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Volatile recycling at the Lesser Antilles Arc: Processes and consequences

Volatile recycling at the Lesser Antilles Arc: Processes and consequences
Volatile recycling at the Lesser Antilles Arc: Processes and consequences
Subduction zones are the prime regions where water is exchanged between the solid Earth, oceans and atmosphere. Yet, water transport through subduction is only partially understood. In this project, we target the Lesser Antilles Arc, one of only two zones that subducts lithosphere formed at the slowly spreading Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Atlantic lithosphere is more hydrated, especially in the mantle part, than lithosphere consumed at Pacific and Indian Ocean trenches, making it a key endmember to advance understanding.
International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks
Kruger, Frank
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Rietbrock, Andreas
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Rychert, Catherine
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Harmon, Nicholas
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Collier, Jenny
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Kruger, Frank
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Rietbrock, Andreas
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Rychert, Catherine
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Harmon, Nicholas
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Collier, Jenny
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Rietbrock, Andreas and Collier, Jenny (2016) Volatile recycling at the Lesser Antilles Arc: Processes and consequences. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks doi:10.7914/sn/xz_2016 [Dataset]

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Abstract

Subduction zones are the prime regions where water is exchanged between the solid Earth, oceans and atmosphere. Yet, water transport through subduction is only partially understood. In this project, we target the Lesser Antilles Arc, one of only two zones that subducts lithosphere formed at the slowly spreading Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Atlantic lithosphere is more hydrated, especially in the mantle part, than lithosphere consumed at Pacific and Indian Ocean trenches, making it a key endmember to advance understanding.

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Published date: 1 January 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 451435
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/451435
PURE UUID: ced1d245-d780-4abf-9962-b004032fc518
ORCID for Nicholas Harmon: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0731-768X

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Date deposited: 27 Sep 2021 16:33
Last modified: 28 Sep 2021 01:42

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Contributor: Frank Kruger
Creator: Andreas Rietbrock
Contributor: Catherine Rychert
Contributor: Nicholas Harmon ORCID iD
Creator: Jenny Collier

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