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form) and architecture (the arrangement of the parts) of monogenetic volcanoes are well constrained from the interpretation of modern and ancient outcropping systems [ 11 , 13 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 ]. However, complete architectural characterisation based on outcrop observations of both endogenous and exogenous parts of monogenetic fields are only possible in rare exhumed volcanic fields [ 26 , 27 ]. This is especially true for the deep diatreme zones that lay beneath small volume maar volcanoes [ 28 , 29 ]. Therefore, significant research is necessary to

Monogenetic Trematodes (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda: Monogenea) * Contents Monogenetic trematodes (Class Trematodes, Order Monogenea) 71 Methods 71 Maintaining Gyrodactylus in the laboratory 73 Key to suborders 74 Suborder MONOPISTHO- COTYLEA 74 Key to the families of MONOPISTHOCOTYLEA. 74 Family GYRODAC- TYLIDAE 75 Genus Gyrodactylus 75 Family CALCEOSTO- MATIDAE 76 Genus Acolpetiteron . . . . 77 Genus Anonchohaptor . . . 77 Family DACTYLO- GYRIDAE 77 Key to the subfamilies of DACTYLOGYRIDAE . . . . 77 Subfamily Dactylogyrinae. . 79 Key to

T, Hasenaka T, Ban M and Sasaki M, 1992. Characteristic Geology and Petrology of non-arc type volcanism at Oninomi monogenetic volcano, Yufu-Tsurumi graben. Bulletin of the Volcanological Society of Japan 37: 119–131. (in Japanese, with English abstract) [19] Pilleyre Th, Montret M, Fain J, Miallier D and Sanzelle S, 1992. At-tempts at dating ancient volcanoes using the red TL of quartz. Quaternary Science Reviews 11(1–2): 13–17, DOI 10.1016/0277-3791(92)90036-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0277-3791(92)90036-8 [20] Prescott JR and Hutton JT, 1994. Cosmic ray

Pannonian Basin, Geol. Hung. Ser. Geol., 26, Budapest, 2004, 1–198 [29] Aubry M.P., Berggren W.A., Van Couvering J., McGowran B., Hilgen F., Steininger F., Lourens L., The Neogene and Quaternary: chronostratigraphic com-promise or non-overlapping magisteria?, Stratigraphy, 2009, 6, 1-16 [29] [30] Gibbard P., Cohen K.M., Global chronostratigraphical correlation table for the last 2.7 million years, Episodes, 2008, 31, 243–247 [30] [31] Németh K., Martin U., Csillag G., Calculation of erosion rates based on remnants of monogenetic alkaline basaltic volcanoes in the Bakony

, Italy, B. Volcanol., 2007, 69, 445–460 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00445-006-0086-1 [20] Sable J.E., Houghton B.F., Del Carlo P., Coltelli M., Changing conditions of magma ascent and fragmentation during the Etna 122 BC basaltic Plinian eruption: Karoly Németh Evidence from clast microtextures, J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 2006, 158, 333–354 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2006.07.006 [21] Németh K., Monogenetic volcanic fields;their origin, sedimentary record, relationship with polygenetic volcanism, and how monogenetic they are. In: Canon-Tapia E., Szakacs A

aquifer controlled hydrovolcanic centers in the South Lake Balaton region, Hungary;the Boglár Volcano, Acta Geologica Hungarica, 1999, 42, 251–266 [13] Németh K., Martin U., Csillag G., Erosion rate calculation based on eroded monogenetic alkaline basaltic volcanoes of the Mio/Pliocene Bakony-Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary, Geolines, 2003, 15, 93–97 [14] Németh K., Martin U., Large hydrovolcanic field in the Pannonian Basin: general characteristics of the Bakony — Balaton Highland Volcanic Field, Hungary, Acta Vulcanologica, 1999, 11, 271–282 [15

in surge deposits as a tool for modelling the dynamics of dilute pyroclastic density currents at La Fossa di Vulcano aeolian Islands, Italy). J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 2000, 96, 57–78 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0377-0273(99)00140-7 [15] Németh K., Martin U., Harangi Sz., Miocene phreatomagmatic volcanism at Tihany (Pannonian Basin, Hungary). J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 2001, 111, 111–135 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0377-0273(01)00223-2 [16] Németh K., White J.D.L., Reconstructing eruption processes of a Miocene monogenetic volcanic field from vent remnants

Lithosphere Beneath The Northwestern Part Of The Arabian Plate (Jordan) — Evidence From Xenoliths And Geophysics. Tectonophysics, 1992, 201, 357–370 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0040-1951(92)90242-X [9] Moufti M.R., Moghazi A.M., Ali K.A., Geochemistry and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic composition of the Harrat Al-Madinah Volcanic Field, Saudi Arabia. Gondwana Research, 2012, 21, 670–689 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2011.06.003 [10] Kereszturi G., Jordan G., Németh K., Doniz-Paez J.F., Syn-eruptive morphometric variability of monogenetic scoria cones. Bulletin of Volcanology, 2012, 74

other or were separated by many kilometers. Keywords: Lunar Crater Volcanic Field, monogenetic volcanism, whole-rock chemistry, mineral chemistry, geothermobarometry IntroduCtIon Most of Earth’s volcanism occurs at plate boundaries, in association with rifting or subduction, or in high magma-flux intraplate hotspots. However, substantial volcanism also occurs within continents and ocean basins, forming intraplate volcanic fields with relatively low-magma fluxes and commonly consist- ing of small-volume mafic volcanoes with alkaline affinities. Continental