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Volcanic evolution of central Basse-Terre Island revisited on the basis of new geochronology and geomorphology data

Twenty-six new and seven previous K–Ar ages obtained on groundmass separates for samples from the Axial Chain massif (Guadeloupe, F.W.I.), associated with geomorphological investigations, allow us to propose a new model of the volcanic evolution of the central part of Basse-Terre Island. The Axial C... Full description

Journal Title: Bulletin of volcanology 2015, Vol.77 (10), p.1
Main Author: Ricci, J.
Other Authors: Quidelleur, X. , Lahitte, P.
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