Petrography and Geochemistry of Basement Rocks Drilled from Snail, Yamanaka, Archaean, and Pika Hydrothermal Vent Sites at the Southern Mariana ... View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Kentaro Nakamura , Hiroshi Sato , Patricia Fryer , Tetsuro Urabe

ABSTRACT

Petrographic and geochemical characteristics of drill core and surface rock samples from the four hydrothermal vent sites of the Yamanaka, Snail, Archaean, and Pika sites at the Southern Mariana Trough (SMT) are described in order to clarify the geological background of hydrothermal activities. The core samples were drilled by the Benthic Multi-coring System (BMS), penetrating up to ~8 m below seafloor. The recovered samples included both basement rocks and sulfide ores. The basement rocks are further subdivided into basaltic andesite and andesite, most of which are recovered from on-axis and off-axis regions of the SMT, respectively. All of the rocks are characterized by relative enrichment of large-ion lithophile elements with noticeable depletion of Nb and Ta, suggestive of significant influence of subducted slab-derived components into the basement rocks both at the on- and off-axis hydrothermal vent sites. Major and trace element variations of the samples suggest that the Yamanaka, Snail, and Archaean rocks can be explained by a sequence of fractionation of an on-axis magma, whereas only the Pika rocks may be influenced by a different magma component, i.e., off-axis magmatism. More... »

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507-533

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    Subseafloor Biosphere Linked to Hydrothermal Systems

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    978-4-431-54864-5
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