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Modified from Christiansen and Lipman (1966). 1-2). In some cases, columnar joints in ignimbrite are rectangular rather than hexagonal in cross-section. Contraction that accompanies cooling of hot volcanic deposits and high-level intrusions produces a variety of more or less regular joints: columnar joints, radial columnar joints, concentric joints, tortoise shell joints, "tiny normal joints" and quench fractures. Joints and fractures related to cooling are very conspicuous features of lavas, especially those emplaced under water, and they strongly influence the shapes of clasts in associated autoclastic deposits.

Radial columnar joints within pillows and lava lobes produce a polygonal pattern where they intersect curved outer surfaces. Fig. 18 Field sketches of cooling joints in a high-level, andesitic dyke, Oshinkoshin Dyke, Pliocene, Shiretoko, Japan. (A) Pseudo-pillows with marginal "tiny normal joints" and internal tortoise shell joints. (B) Tortoise shell joints between through-going master joints. 3-4). These develop approximately parallel to flow layering and to the curved margin of the lava body, and at right angles to radial columnar joints.

In subaqueous settings, the principal non-volcanic lithic-clast-forming process is masswasting; for example, gravitational collapse of unstable parts of lava domes and flows, and rockfall adjacent to active fault scarps. Most accretionary lapilli form in subaerial environments. They are common in a wide variety of primary pyroclastic deposits, especially those from phreatomagmatic eruptions; for example, surge deposits of tuff rings; pyroclastic flow and fall deposits from large silicic, phreatomagmatic eruptions (phreatoplinian eruptions); fall deposits from ash clouds that accompany pyroclastic flows and surges (co-ignimbrite and cosurge ash).

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