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  List of Accepted Contributions - GMPV17 Physics and chemistry of magmatic degassing

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Small, J. A.; Hawkesworth, C. J.
Magmatic and volatile evolution prior to the Avellino (~3.55kaBP) and Pollena (AD 472) explosive eruptions of Somma-Vesuvius: insights from EPMA and SIMS analysis of phonolitic melt inclusions.

Famin, V.; Okumura, S.; Peltier, A.; Nakashima, S.; Bachèlery, P.; Delcher, E.
Two degassing paths in magmas from Reunion hotspot : Constraints from melt and fluid inclusions

Salerno, G.; Burton, M.; Caltabiano, T.; Bruno, N.; Condarelli, D.; Longo, V.; Murè, F.
High-term resolution SO2 flux measurements using an automated UV scanner array: first 16-month results on Mt. Etna (Italy)

Halmer, M.M.
Coupled degassing and crystallization in the open-system magma chamber from Villarrica volcano, Chile

Morizet, Y.; Nichols, A.R.L; Kohn, S.C.; Brooker, R.A.; Dingwell, D.B.
The influence of CO2 and H2O on the glass transition in synthetic phonolite and jadeite.

Obenholzner, J.H.; Glindemann, D.; Parks, J.; Edwards, M.
Filtering volcanic gases: Non-random, heterogeneous nucleation on single fibers, chemical composition of adsorber fluids and a link to the hydrogen economy

Wasik, A.; Dingwell, D.B.; Courtial, P.; Hess, K.U.
Viscosity and chemical diffusion of halogens in silicate melts: implications for volcanic degassing

Alletti, M.; Baker, D.R.; Freda, C.
Halogen diffusion in basaltic melt

Bobrowski, N.; Aiuppa, A.; von Glasow, R.; Platt, U.
Volcanic halogen emission and their interaction with the atmosphere

Burgisser, A.; Bouvet de Maisonneuve, C.; Bachmann, O.
Comparing in-situ and numerical measurements of permeability in silicic pumices

Boichu, M.; Villemant, B.; Boudon, G.
Pulsatory degassing model of a static intrusion of silicic magma: application to geochemical monitoring of andesite volcanoes

Balcone, H.; Villemant, B.; Boudon, G.
Halogens behaviour during the 79 AD plinian eruption at Vesuvius. Implications for phonolitic and rhyolitic melts degassing

Todesco, M.; Chiodini, G.; Berrino, G.
Modeling of gas composition and gravity signals generated by hydrothermal circulation through heterogeneous porous media

Avino, R.; Caliro, S.; Cardellini, C.; Chiodini, G.; Frondini, F.; Granieri, D.; Minopoli, C.; Russo, M.
Origin and fluxes of the gases emitted at Vesuvio (Italy)

Lemke, K.H.; Seward, T.M.
Ab initio Quantum chemical Calculations of high Temperature Gas Phase Equilibrium Constants

Cigolini, C.; Bertolino, S.; Laiolo, M.; Coppola, D.
Dynamic response of Stromboli volcano to regional seismicity: inference from radon degassing

Alletti, M.; Aiuppa, A.; Baker, D.R.; Freda, C.
Fluid/melt partitioning coefficients of chlorine in basaltic melt

Iacono Marziano, G.; Gaillard, F.
Limestone assimilation: an important non magmatic source of volcanic CO2

Menand, T; Phillips, J.C.
Gas Segregation in Dykes and Sills (withdrawn)

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