|Volcano Expedition: From the Field in Costa Rica|
This resource offers, among other things, a collection of journal entries from scientists reporting on their personal experiences of the volcanoes of Costa Rica. Reference sections include an introduction to volcanoes and Central America, the anatomy of subduction zones, the source of volatiles, sampling volatiles, recycling elements, and isotope geochemistry (geochemical tracers). There is a short description of several Costa Rican volcanoes, including: Turrialba, Arenal, Irazu, Poas, Rincon de la Vieja, Miravalles, and Laguna Poco Sol. Also included are a question and answer section on volcanoes, details about the expedition, and safety and danger issues.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-002-504
This resource is referenced by 'Earth Science Sites of the Week Archive'
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Publisher: Scripps Institution of Oceanography