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St. Helens from 1980 to 1988 (McGee, 1992), where a decline in CO2 flux and increase in H2O flux were also observed following the 1980 eruption. This decrease in the CO2 and SO2 emissions suggested that the magma reservoir was not being replenished, consistent with the decreased eruption rates (see also Stevenson, 1993; Stevenson and Blake, 1998). The increase in water vapor emission was interpreted as the result of groundwater permeating the conduit system (Gerlach and Casadevall, 1986). Because of its deep exsolution, and comparative chemical inertness in the crust and hydrothermal systems, and atmosphere, CO2 flux measurements are seen as a particularly valuable indicator of magmatic degassing and unrest.
Arthur (2000) provides a review of current estimates of global subaerial volcanic CO2 flux, which range from 15 Tg yrÀ1 to 130 Tg yrÀ1. 5). , 1998). Estimates of the CO2 outgassing to the oceans by mid-ocean ridge basalt (MORB) volcanism are mostly in the range 90–350 Tg yrÀ1. , 2000)), meaningful estimates of the global volcanic flux of water to the atmosphere are unavailable as of early 2000s. , 1995). 3 Halogens In contrast to carbon, volcanic emissions of halogens are thought to be substantial compared with other sources.
3 Halogens In contrast to carbon, volcanic emissions of halogens are thought to be substantial compared with other sources. However, the fluxes remain very poorly constrained. 2). Realistic estimates of the anthropogenic and natural emissions of halogen species are essential in order to model and assess such processes accurately. Very little work exists to improve upon the emission inventory for volcanic sources elaborated by Cadle (1975, 1980). The more recent work indicates greater than one to two orders of magnitude of uncertainty in halogen fluxes (Table 10).