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Newcombe et al. Magma Pressure-Temperature-Time Paths conduit models to magmas containing relatively high initial water concentrations (e.g., arc magmas containing ∼4 wt% water). We note that several processes that have been inferred to occur in volcanic conduits such as magma stalling, magma mingling, open-and closed-system degassing, vapor fluxing, and vapor accumulation (in foam layers or as slugs of gas) are associated with different implied vapor volume fractions during syneruptive ascent.doi:10.3389/feart.2020.531911 fatcat:lu2wprioxne3tdmplnkvl4ck2i