Data associated with GLOSS-II, The Chemical Composition of Subducting Sediments
Geochemical composition of subducting sediments as bulk input flux to trenches. Data is integrated and averaged over large sections of the seafloor from subduction areas, linking sediment input with arc volcanic output.
How to cite this dataset:
Plank, T. 2014. Data associated with GLOSS-II, The Chemical Composition of Subducting Sediments, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100416.
DOI Creation Date:
Plank, T. (2014) The chemical composition of subducting sediments. Chapter 4.17 Treatise on Geochemistry, second edition. Editors-in-Chief: Heinrich Holland and Karl Turekian. Editor for Volume 4, The Crust: Roberta Rudnick.
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- National Science Foundation: 0137110
- Coverage Scope: Global
- Geographic Location: Hikurangi, Kermadec, Tonga, Vanuatu, E.Sunda, Java, Sumatra, Andaman, Makran, Philippine, Ryukyu, Nankai, Marianas, Marianas, Izu-Bonin, Honshu, Kuriles, Kamchatka, Aleutians, Alaska, Cascadia, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru, N.Chile, C. Chile, S. Chile, Sandwich, N. Antilles,S. Antilles
User Contributed Keyword(s):
GLOSS, GLOSS-II, sediment geochemistry, subduction, mass flux, volcanic arcs, subduction zones, geochemical mass balance, trenches
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