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Large volume submarine ignimbrites in the Shikoku Basin: An example for explosive volcanism in the Western Pacific during the Late Miocene ArchiMer
Kutterolf, Steffen; Schindlbeck, Julie C.; Scudder, Rachel P.; Murray, Richard W.; Pickering, Kevin T.; Freundt, Armin; Labanieh, Shasa; Heydolph, Ken; Saito, Sanny; Naruse, Hajime; Underwood, Michael B.; Wu, Huaichun.
During IODP Expedition 322, an interval of Late Miocene (7.6 to ∼9.1 Ma) tuffaceous and volcaniclastic sandstones was discovered in the Shikoku Basin (Site C0011B), Nankai region. This interval consists of bioturbated silty claystone including four 1–7 m thick interbeds of tuffaceous sandstones (TST) containing 57–82% (by volume) pyroclasts. We use major and trace element glass compositions, as well as radiogenic isotope compositions, to show that the tuffaceous sandstones beds derived from single eruptive events, and that the majority (TST 1, 2, 3a) came from different eruptions from a similar source region, which we have identified to be the Japanese mainland, 350 km away. In particular, diagnostic trace element ratios (e.g., Th/La, Sm/La, Rb/Hf, Th/Nb,...
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Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00191/30239/28664.pdf
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Martinique: a Clear Case for Sediment Melting and Slab Dehydration as a Function of Distance to the Trench ArchiMer
Labanieh, Shasa; Chauvel, Catherine; Germa, Aurelie; Quidelleur, Xavier.
In subduction zones, melting and dehydration of the subducted slab introduce material into the mantle wedge and modify its chemical and isotopic composition. As a consequence, island arc lavas differ significantly from mid-ocean ridge basalts and ocean island basalts. In some arcs, the composition of lavas is strongly influenced by the sedimentary material introduced with the slab; in others, magma composition is mainly affected by aqueous fluids released by the slab. The Lesser Antilles arc is known for its extreme continental-crust-like signature but for some Lesser Antilles lavas subducted sediments are barely involved and enrichment in fluid-mobile elements (Ba, U, Sr, Pb, etc.) is the dominant feature. Here we evaluate whether La/Sm is a quantitative...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Lesser Antilles; Slab dehydration; Sediment melting; Island arcs; Subduction zones.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00113/22392/20234.pdf
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Ni-Cu-Co-rich hydrothermal manganese mineralization in the Wallis and Futuna back-arc environment (SW Pacific) ArchiMer
Pelleter, Ewan; Fouquet, Yves; Etoubleau, Joel; Cheron, Sandrine; Labanieh, Shasa; Josso, Pierre; Bollinger, Claire; Langlade, Jessica.
The Wallis and Futuna back-arc system is a complex area composed of at least two active oceanic spreading centers (Futuna and Alofi spreading centers) and young volcanic zones characterized by diffuse magmatism locally affected by the Samoan hotspot. This geological setting is favorable to the establishment of hydrothermal systems either high-temperature (HT) hydrothermal venting or low-temperature (LT) diffuse flow. During the 2010 Futuna cruise aboard R/V L'Atalante, three remarkable inactive LT Fe-Si-Mn deposits have been discovered (i.e. Utu Uli, Anakele and Utu Sega). Some of the Mn-rich precipitates exhibit the highest base metals concentrations so far recorded in ferromanganese rocks including the well-documented hydrogenetic crusts and polymetallic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Hydrothermal; Diffuse flow; Manganese oxyhydroxides; Metal-rich; Seafloor; Wallis and Futuna Island; South-West Pacific.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00350/46164/45862.pdf
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Volcanic and hydrothermal processes in submarine calderas: the Kulo Lasi example (SW Pacific) ArchiMer
Fouquet, Yves; Pelleter, Ewan; Konn, Cecile; Chazot, Gilles; Dupre, Stephanie; Alix, Anne-sophie; Cheron, Sandrine; Donval, Jean-pierre; Guyader, Vivien; Etoubleau, Joel; Charlou, Jean-luc; Labanieh, Shasa; Scalabrin, Carla.
The study area is located at the transition between the northern end of the Tonga Trench and the North Fiji fracture zone, where tectonic movements are reputed to be the fastest in the world. To the southeast of Futuna Island, a broad area of volcanism occurs within a region characterized by a change in the tectonic fabric between a NE-SW oriented volcanic graben and the N-S oriented Alofi ridge. In 2010, the active volcano Kulo Lasi, which represents the most recent volcanic episode in the Futuna area, was discovered in the center of this extensive volcanic zone. Kulo Lasi is a 20 km diameter shield volcano that rises 400 m above the seafloor. It is composed of basaltic to trachy-andesitic lava with no obvious geochemical affinity with the Tonga...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Subaqueous volcanism; Hydrothermal activity; Kulo Lasi caldera; Sulfides; SW Pacific.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00445/55633/57279.pdf
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