Collection of hydrothermal vent fluid chemistry data from EPR9-10N - Raw and end-member data for major, minor, and trace species, transition metals, nutrients, dissolved gases, and isotopes of O and H. 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. *note this file is a re-working of a previous EarthChem Library submission (see reference).
How to cite this dataset:
Mottl, M. J., 2012. VentDB: EPR9-10N, Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Chemistry Data Collection. Von Damm (2011), Oosting and Von Damm (1995), Von Damm (1995), Von Damm (1997), Von Damm (2000), Von Damm (2004), Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100224.
Von Damm, K.L., M.F. Prado, and J.G. Bryce (Oct. 20, 2011), EPR Dissolved Vent Fluid Chemistry and NEPR Post-Eruptive Transition Metals Abundances, EarthChem Library.
Oosting, S.E., and K.L. Von Damm (1996), Bromide/chloride fractionation in seafloor hydrothermal fluids from 9-10°N East Pacific Rise, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 144, 133-145
Von Damm, K.L., S.E. Oosting, R. Kozlowski, L.G. Buttermore, D.C. Colodner, H.N. Edmonds, J.M. Edmond, and J.M. Grebmeier (1995), Evolution of East Pcific Rise hydrothermal vent fluids following a volcanic eruption, Nature, 375, 47-50
Von Damm, K.L., L.G. Buttermore, S.E. Oosting, A.M. Bray, D.J. Fornari, M.D. Lilley, and W.C. Shanks III (1997), Direct observation of the evolution of a seafloor 'black smoker' from vapor to brine, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 149, 101-111
Von Damm, K.L. (2000), Chemistry of hydrothermal vent fluids from 9°-10°N, East Pacific Rise: "Time zero," the immediate posteruptive period, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 11203-11222
Von Damm, K.L. (2004), Evolution of the hydrothermal system at East Pacific Rise 9°50'N: geochemical evidence for changes in the upper oceanic crust, Mid-Ocean Ridges: Hydrothermal Interactions between the Lithosphere and Oceans. Gephysical, Geophysical Monograph Series 148, 285-304
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Hydrothermal Vent, VentDB, Chemistry, Major Elements, Trace Elements, Isotopes, R2K (Ridge 2000) funded