Big Ideas in Volcanology: Volcanic Heat

Big Idea 1.
Volcanic heat comes from natural radioactivity...






Below are some articles and books that provide a basic introduction to some of the big ideas discussed here...

1. "Partial radiogenic heat model for Earth revealed by geoneutrino measurements." - The KamLAND Collaboration. Nature Geoscience 4, 647-651 (2011).

2. "Encyclopedia of Volcanoes - Origin and Transport of Magma." ed. H. Sigurdsson. pp. 41-237. Academic Press (2001).

3. "Heat Generation and Transport in the Earth." C. Jaupert. Cambridge University Press (2010).

4. "Temperatures, Heat and Energy in the Mantle of the Earth." C. Jaupert, S. Labrosse, JC Mareschal. Treatise on Geophysics 7, 253-303 (2007).

5. "Heat production and geotherms for the continental lithosphere." D Hasterok, DS Chapman. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 307, 59-70 (2011).

6. "The K/U ratio of the silicate Earth: Insights into mantle composition, structure and thermal evolution." R Arevalo, WF McDonough, M Luong. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 278, 361-369 (2009).

7. "Dynamic Earth: Plates, Plumes, and Mantle Convection." Davies GF. American Journal of Physics 69, pp. 620 (2001).

8. "Relative dating of Hawaiian lava flows using multispectral thermal infrared images: a new tool for geologic mapping of young volcanic terannes." AB Kahle et al. Journal of Geophysical Research 93, 15239-15251 (1988).

9. "Lava effusion rate definition and measurement: a review." AJL Harris, J Dehn, S Calvari. Bulletin of Volcanology 70, 1-22 (2007).

10. "MODVOLC: near-real-time thermal monitoring of global volcanism." R Wright et al. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 135, 29-49 (2004).

11. "Volcanology and Geothermal Energy." G Heiken. University of California Press (1992).

12. "Direct utilization of geothermal energy 2010 worldwide review." Lunda JW, Freeston DH, Boyd TL. Geothermics 40, 159-180 (2011).