Janine Kavanagh
Janine Kavanagh
Chair of Volcanology, University of Liverpool
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An experimental investigation of sill formation and propagation in layered elastic media
JL Kavanagh, T Menand, RSJ Sparks
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 245 (3-4), 799-813, 2006
The nature of erupting kimberlite melts
RSJ Sparks, RA Brooker, M Field, J Kavanagh, JC Schumacher, ...
Lithos 112, 429-438, 2009
Gelatine as a crustal analogue: Determining elastic properties for modelling magmatic intrusions
JL Kavanagh, T Menand, KA Daniels
Tectonophysics 582, 101-111, 2013
Temperature changes in ascending kimberlite magma
JL Kavanagh, RSJ Sparks
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 286 (3-4), 404-413, 2009
The volatile content of hypabyssal kimberlite magmas: some constraints from experiments on natural rock compositions
RA Brooker, RSJ Sparks, JL Kavanagh, M Field
Bulletin of volcanology 73, 959-981, 2011
Insights of dyke emplacement mechanics from detailed 3D dyke thickness datasets
JL Kavanagh, RSJ Sparks
Journal of the Geological Society 168 (4), 965-978, 2011
The mechanics of sill inception, propagation and growth: Experimental evidence for rapid reduction in magmatic overpressure
JL Kavanagh, D Boutelier, AR Cruden
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 421, 117-128, 2015
A review of laboratory and numerical modelling in volcanology
JL Kavanagh, SL Engwell, SA Martin
Solid Earth 9 (2), 531-571, 2018
The shapes of dikes: Evidence for the influence of cooling and inelastic deformation
KA Daniels, JL Kavanagh, T Menand, RSJ Sparks
Geological Society of America Bulletin 124 (7-8), 1102-1112, 2012
The shapes of dykes: evidence for the influence of cooling and inelastic deformation
RSJS Katherine A. Daniels, Janine L. Kavanagh, Thierry
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2010
Challenging dyke ascent models using novel laboratory experiments: Implications for reinterpreting evidence of magma ascent and volcanism
JL Kavanagh, AJ Burns, SH Hazim, EP Wood, SA Martin, S Hignett, ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 354, 87-101, 2018
Controls on sill and dyke-sill hybrid geometry and propagation in the crust: The role of fracture toughness
JL Kavanagh, BD Rogers, D Boutelier, AR Cruden
Tectonophysics 698, 109-120, 2017
Mechanically disrupted and chemically weakened zones in segmented dike systems cause vent localization: evidence from kimberlite volcanic systems
RJ Brown, J Kavanagh, RSJ Sparks, M Tait, M Field
Geology 35 (9), 815-818, 2007
Mechanisms of magma transport in the upper crust—dyking
JL Kavanagh
Volcanic and igneous plumbing systems, 55-88, 2018
Rock interface strength influences fluid-filled fracture propagation pathways in the crust
JL Kavanagh, MJ Pavier
Journal of Structural Geology 63, 68-75, 2014
Kimberlite volcanology: transport, ascent, and eruption
JK Russell, RSJ Sparks, JL Kavanagh
Elements: An International Magazine of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and …, 2019
Understanding the Phase and Morphological Behavior of Dispersions of Synergistic Dual-Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Nanogels
A Town, E Niezabitowska, J Kavanagh, M Barrow, VR Kearns, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 123 (29), 6303-6313, 2019
The impact of unloading stresses on post-caldera magma intrusions
A Gaete, JL Kavanagh, E Rivalta, SH Hazim, TR Walter, DJC Dennis
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 508, 109-121, 2019
The origin and evolution of magnetic fabrics in mafic sills
SA Martin, JL Kavanagh, AJ Biggin, JEP Utley
Frontiers in Earth Science 7, 64, 2019
Volcanologists—who are we and where are we going?
JL Kavanagh, CJ Annen, S Burchardt, C Chalk, E Gallant, J Morin, ...
Bulletin of Volcanology 84 (5), 53, 2022
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