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Active tectonics, fault patterns, and stress field of Deception Island: A response to oblique convergence between the Pacific and Antarctic plates
Abstract Palaeostress results derived from brittle mesoscopic structures on Deception Island (Bransfield Trough, Western Antarctica) show a recent stress field characterized by an extensional regime,Expand
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Tectonic, volcanic, and hydrothermal event sequence on Deception Island (Antarctica)
On the basis of the correlation between seismic tectonostratigraphic units, volcanism, and geochemical distribution patterns of sea-floor sediments on Deception Island (Antarctica), a regionalExpand
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Transient liquid water and water activity at Gale crater on Mars
Liquid water on equatorial Mars is inconsistent with large-scale climatic conditions. Humidity and temperature measurements by the Curiosity rover support the formation of subsurface liquid brines byExpand
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REMS: The Environmental Sensor Suite for the Mars Science Laboratory Rover
The Rover Environmental Monitoring Station (REMS) will investigate environmental factors directly tied to current habitability at the Martian surface during the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission.Expand
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Vast fields of hydrocarbon-derived carbonate chimneys related to the accretionary wedge/olistostrome of the Gulf of Cádiz
We report the first discovery and sampling of vast fields of hydrocarbon-derived carbonate chimneys along the Gulf of Cadiz continental slope, at depths between 500 and 1200 m. A large variety ofExpand
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Evidence for hydrothermal venting and sediment volcanism discharged after recent short-lived volcanic eruptions at Deception Island, Bransfield Strait, Antarctica
Abstract The results of a combined geophysical and geochemical research programme on Deception Island, an active volcano at 62°43′S, 60°57′W in Bransfield Strait (Antarctica), are presented.Expand
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Observations and preliminary science results from the first 100 sols of MSL Rover Environmental Monitoring Station ground temperature sensor measurements at Gale Crater
We describe preliminary results from the first 100 sols of ground temperature measurements along the Mars Science Laboratory's traverse from Bradbury Landing to Rocknest in Gale. The groundExpand
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Modelling of modern mercury vapor transport in an ancient hydrothermal system: environmental and geochemical implications
Mercury has been used in some mineralizing hydrothermal systems as a significant pathfinder of Au and other elements. In addition, its geochemical behaviour reflects some characteristics related toExpand
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Raman spectroscopy goes to Mars
Introduction Raman spectroscopy is well recognised as a powerful tool for the chemical and structural identification of materials in the solid, liquid or gas state. Its analytical capabilities, bothExpand
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Ferromanganese nodules and micro-hardgrounds associated with the Cadiz Contourite Channel (NE Atlantic): Palaeoenvironmental records of fluid venting and bottom currents
Abstract Ferromanganese nodule fields and hardgrounds have recently been discovered in the Cadiz Contourite Channel in the Gulf of Cadiz (850–1000 m). This channel is part of a large contouriteExpand
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