Spatial characteristics of recycled and primordial reservoirs in the deep mantle
The dataset includes three data tables. The first table (Table S1) is a compilation of previously published geochemical data for global hotspots and relevant geophysical data extracted from published models. The second table (see "Newly Reported Data" tab) presents a new 3He/4He measurement for the San Felix Island. The third table (Table S3) is a compilation of published hotspot buoyancy fluxes for the hotspots examined in this study. In short, only the "Newly Reported Data" tab provides new data, while Tables S1 and S3 provide only previously published data (or data extracted from published global seismic models and buoyancy flux models). For Tables S1 and S3, which provide compilations of previously published data, the complete references for the data sources are provided.
How to cite this dataset:
Jackson, M. G., Becker, T. W., Steinberger, B., 2020. Spatial characteristics of recycled and primordial reservoirs in the deep mantle, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111810.
DOI Creation Date:
M.G. Jackson1, T.W. Becker, B. Steinberger (2021), Spatial characteristics of recycled and primordial reservoirs in the deep mantle. G-cubed, in review.
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National Science Foundation: 1900652
National Science Foundation: 1928970
National Science Foundation: 1912931
National Science Foundation: 1853856
National Science Foundation: 1722680
Research Council of Norway, Centres of Excellence, project #223272
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
User Contributed Keyword(s):
3He/4He, radiogenic isotopes, ocean island basalts, OIB
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