Alkenone and n-alkane concentrations from short timescale hydrous pyrolysis experiments
Rabinowitz, Hannah S
Polissar, Pratigya J
Savage, Heather M
Alkenone and n-alkane concentrations and parameters measured on samples from hydrous pyrolysis experiments at short time scales. These experiments were conducted to constrain the kinetics of biomarker reaction in order to apply biomarker thermal maturity as a temperature proxy for short time-scale heating episodes in the rock record. Experiments used sample from core RC14-99 in the Western Pacific which contains a suite of biomarkers that are found in subduction zones in order to ensure applicability to fault heating in shallow faults through marine sediments.
How to cite this dataset:
Rabinowitz, H. S., Polissar, P. J., Savage, H. M., 2017. Alkenone and n-alkane concentrations from short timescale hydrous pyrolysis experiments , Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100684.
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Rabinowitz, H.S., Polissar, P.J., Savage, H.M., "Reaction kinetics of alkenone and n-alkane thermal alteration at seismic timescales." Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 18(1): 204-2019
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National Science Foundation: 1260555
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User Contributed Keyword(s):
fault heating, biomarker thermal maturity
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