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Data DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/100206

Citation:
Mottl, M. 2012. VentDB: Galapagos Spreading Center 86W, Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Chemistry Data Collection. Edmond (1979a,b,c), Corliss (1979), Dymond (1983), Jenkins (1978), Johnson (1986), Krishnaswami and Turekian (1982), Lilley (1982), Lilley (1983), McDuff and Edmond (1982), Mortlock (1993), Von Damm (1990), Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100206. Accessed 2020-04-10.
Title:
VentDB: Galapagos Spreading Center 86W, Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Chemistry Data Collection. Edmond (1979a,b,c), Corliss (1979), Dymond (1983), Jenkins (1978), Johnson (1986), Krishnaswami and Turekian (1982), Lilley (1982), Lilley (1983), McDuff and Edmond (1982), Mortlock (1993), Von Damm (1990)
Creator(s):
Mottl, M.
Abstract:
Collection of hydrothermal vent fluid chemistry data from Galapagos Spreading Center 86W – Raw and end-member data for major, minor, and trace species, transition metals, U, dissolved gases, nutrients, and isotopes of He, Rn, Ra, U, and Pb. This file is just one part of a much larger effort (VentDB) to make available to the scientific community as much hydrothermal ridge vent chemistry data as possible (for a list of all the VentDB related data collections available, search the EarthChem Library for the term “VentDB”). For more information about this compilation, please see "Explanatory Notes and Master Chemical Item Spreadsheet for the VentDB Data Collections housed in the EarthChem Library" (M. Mottl), available at www.earthchem.org/library.
Keyword(s):
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Geographic Location: Galapagos Spreading Center 86W, Pacific Ocean
Related
Publication(s):
Edmond, J.M., C. Measures, R.E. McDuff, L.H. Chan, R. Collier, B. Grant, L.I Gordon, and J.B. Corliss (1979a), Ridge crest hydrothermal activity and the balances of the major and minor elements in the ocean: the Galapagos data, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 46, 1-18

Corliss, J.B., J. Dymond, L.I. Gordon, J.M. Edmond, R.P Von Herzen, R.D. Ballard, K. Green, D. Williams, A. Bainbridge, K. Crane, and Tj.H. van Andel (1979), Submarine thermal springs on the Galapagos Rift, Science, 203, 1073-1083

Dymond, J., R. Cobler, L. Gordon, P. Biscaye, and G. Mathieu (1983), 226Ra and 222Rn contents of Galapagos Rift hydrothermal waters--the importance of low-temperature interactions with crustal rocks, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 64, 417-429

Edmond, J.M., C. Measures, B. Mangum, B. Grant, F.R. Sclater, R. Collier, A. Hudson, L.I gordon, and J.B. Corliss (1979b), On the formation of metal-rich deposits at ridge crests, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 46, 19-30

Edmond, J.M, J. B. Corliss, and L. I. Gordon (1979c), “Ridge-crest hydrothermal metamorphism at the Galapagos spreading center and reverse weathering”, Deep Drilling Results in the Atlantic Ocean: Ocean Crust, Maurice Ewing Series, 2, 383-390

Jenkins, W.J., J.M. Edmond, and J.B. Corliss (1978), Excess 3He and 4He in Galapagos submarine hydrothermal waters, Nature, 272, 156-158

Johnson, K.S., C.L Beehler, C.M. Sakamoto-arnold, and J.J. Childress (1986), In situ measurements of chemical distributions in a deep-sea hydrothermal vent field, Science, 231, 1139-1141

Krishnaswami, S. and K.K. Turekian (1982), 238U, 226Ra, and 210Pb in some vent waters of the Galapagos spreading center, Geophysical Research Letters, 9, 827-830

Lilley, M.D., M.A. de Angelis, and L.I. Gordon (1982), Methane, hydrogen, carbon monoxide and nitrous oxide in submarine hydrothermal vent waters, Nature, 300, 48-50

Lilley, M.D., J.A. Baross, and L.I. Gordon (1983), Reduced gases and bacteria in hydrothermal fluids: the Galapagos spreading center and 21°N East Pacific Rise, Hydrothermal Processes at Seafloor Spreading Centers (eds. P.A. Rona, K. Bostrom, L. Laubier, and K.L. Smith, Jr.), NATO Conference Series IV: Marine Sciences, Vol. 12, 411-449

McDuff, R.E. and J.M. Edmond (1982), On the fate of sulfate during hydrothermal circulation at mid-ocean ridges, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 57, 117-132

Mortlock, R.A., P.N. Froelich, R.A. Feely, G.J. Massoth, D.A. Butterfield, and J.E. Lupton (1993), Silica and germanium in Pacific Ocean hydrothermal vents and plumes, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 119, 365-378

Von Damm, K.L. (1990), Seafloor hydrothermal activity: black smoker chemistry and chimneys, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science, 18, 173-204
User Contributed Keyword(s):
Hydrothermal Vent, VentDB, Chemistry, Major Elements, Trace Elements, Isotopes, Ridge related

Date Available:
2012-09-21
Date Created:
2012-11-28
Resource Type:
Collection
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application/vnd.ms-excel
Funding source(s):
National Science Foundation: 0819399
National Science Foundation: 0819368
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