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Carbon dioxide and helium discharge from Mammoth Mountain, Long Valley caldera, California

An explanation of toxic carbon dioxide emissions at Mammoth Mountain in Long Valley caldera, and a description of magmatic helium discharge at the Mammoth Mountain fumarole with photos, maps, and links to other studies.

by California Volcano Observatory (Sponsor) and Volcano Hazards Program (Sponsor)
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Geochemical processes, Geochemistry, Hazards, Reports, Volcanic activity, Volcanology, Craters, Volcanoes
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