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Characteristic magmatic diversity results simply from the fluctuating interplay of volatile flux and melt generation (irreversibility is not an issue). 4 Synchroneity. Both felsic and mafic magmas can be available for eruption at all times. 5 Megacrysts. These are typically erupted in explosive diatremic activity and show significant differences from megacrysts associated with ultramafic magmatism. They are commonly amphibole and feldspar in the alkali basalt association and are explicable in terms of near-solidus formation.
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