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VentDB: Juan de Fuca Ridge, S Cleft, Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Chemistry Data Collection. Von Damm (1987), Campbell (1989), Chen (1987), Evans (1988), Hinkley (1987), Metz (2000), Mortlock (1993), Palmer, (1989a,b), Palmer (1991), Palmer (1992), Shanks (1987), Trefry (1994)
Mottl, Michael J.
doi:10.1594/IEDA/100217
09/22/2012
Collection of hydrothermal vent fluid chemistry data from Juan de Fuca Ridge, S Cleft - Raw and end-member data for major, minor, and trace species, transition metals, U, dissolved gases, and isotopes of O, H, B, C, S, Sr, Nd, Th, 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.
Mottl, Michael J. (2012): VentDB: Juan de Fuca Ridge, S Cleft, Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Chemistry Data Collection. Von Damm (1987), Campbell (1989), Chen (1987), Evans (1988), Hinkley (1987), Metz (2000), Mortlock (1993), Palmer, (1989a,b), Palmer (1991), Palmer (1992), Shanks (1987), Trefry (1994). Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). http://dx.doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100217. Accessed 18 August 2018.
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Von Damm, K.L., and J.L. Bischoff (1987), Chemistry of hydrothermal solutions from the Southern Juan de Fuca Ridge, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11334-11346

Campbell, A.C., and J.M. Edmond (1989), Halide systematics of submarine hydrothermal vents, Nature, 342, 168-170

Chen J.H. (1987), U, Th, and Pb isotopes in hot springs on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11411-11415

Evans, W.C., L.D. White, and J.B. Rapp (1988), Geochemistry of some gases in hydrothermal fluids from the Southern Juan de Fuca Ridge, Journal of Geophyical Research, 93, 15305-15313

Hinkley, T.K., and M. Tatsumoto (1987), Metals and isotopes in Juan de Fuca Ridge hydrothermal fluids and their associated solid materials, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11400-11410

Metz, S., and J.H. Trefry (2000), Chemical and mineralogical influences on concentrations of trace metals in hydrothermal fluids, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 2267-2279

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

Palmer, M.R. (1991), Boron isotope systematics of hydrothermal fluids and tourmalines: a synthesis, Chemical Geology (Isotope Geoscience Section), 94, 111-121

Palmer, M.R. (1992), Controls over the chloride concentration of submarine hydrothermal vent fluids: evidence from Sr/Ca and 87Sr/86Sr ratios, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 109, 37-46

Palmer, M.R., and J.M. Edmond (1989a), The strontium isotope budget of the modern ocean, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 92, 11-26

Palmer, M.R., and J.M. Edmond (1989b), Cesium and rubidium in submarine hydrothermal fluids: evidence for recycling of alkali elements, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 95, 8-14

Shanks, W.C. III, and W.E. Seyfried, Jr. (1987), Stable isotope studies of vent fluids and chimney minerals, southern Juan de Fuca Ridge: sodium metasomatism and seawater sulfate reduction, Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11387-11399

Trefry, J.H., D.B. Butterfield, S. Metz, G.J. Massoth, R.P. Trocine, and R.A. Feely (1994), Trace metals in hydrothermal solutions from Cleft segment on the southern Juan de Fuca Ridge, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 4925-4935
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Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Juan de Fuca Ridge, S Cleft, Pacific Ocean
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