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Ongoing hydrothermal activities within Enceladus
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Analysis of silicon-rich, nanometre-sized dust particles (so-called stream particles) that stand out from the water-ice-dominated objects characteristic of Saturn indicate ongoing high-temperature (>90 °C) hydrothermal reactions associated with global-scale geothermal activity that quickly transports hydroThermal products from the ocean floor at a depth of at least 40 kilometres up to the plume of Enceladus. Expand
IODP Expedition 331: Strong and Expansive Subseafloor Hydrothermal Activities in the Okinawa Trough
Abstract. Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 331 drilled into the Iheya North hydrothermal system in the middle Okinawa Trough in order to investigate active subseafloor microbialExpand
High-temperature water–rock interactions and hydrothermal environments in the chondrite-like core of Enceladus
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It is suggested that high reaction temperatures (>50 °C) are required to form silica nanoparticles whether Enceladus' ocean is chemically open or closed to the icy crust, which implies either that Ence Gladus formed shortly after the formation of the solar system or that the current activity was triggered by a recent heating event. Expand
Seismic slip propagation to the updip end of plate boundary subduction interface faults: Vitrinite reflectance geothermometry on Integrated Ocean Drilling Program NanTro SEIZE cores
Seismic faulting along subduction-type plate boundaries plays a fundamental role in tsunami genesis. During the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone ExperimentExpand
Hydrothermal fluid flow system around the Iheya North Knoll in the mid-Okinawa trough based on seismic reflection data
Seismic reflection data around the Iheya North Knoll hydrothermal field provide insights into geological structures that control subseafloor hydrothermal fluid flow in the sediment-coveredExpand
Reactions between basalt and CO2-rich seawater at 250 and 350°C, 500bars: Implications for the CO2 sequestration into the modern oceanic crust and the composition of hydrothermal vent fluid in the
Abstract This study aims to understand how basaltic rocks absorb CO 2 in high-temperature alteration zones in the subseafloor, and to reconstruct hydrothermal alteration processes such asExpand
Acoustic characterization of pelagic sediments using sub-bottom profiler data: Implications for the distribution of REY-rich mud in the Minamitorishima EEZ, western Pacific
Copyright © 2016 by The Geochemical Society of Japan. large resource potential by virtue of its wide distribution, (2) high REY concentrations with significant enrichment in heavy rare earthExpand
Depth profiles of resistivity and spectral IP for active modern submarine hydrothermal deposits: a case study from the Iheya North Knoll and the Iheya Minor Ridge in Okinawa Trough, Japan
Submarine hydrothermal deposits are one of the promising seafloor mineral resources, because they can store a large amount of metallic minerals as sulfides. The present study focuses on theExpand
Constraints on the fluid supply rate into and through gas hydrate reservoir systems as inferred from pore-water chloride and in situ temperature profiles, Krishna-Godavari Basin, India
Abstract We estimate the rate of upward pore fluid flow and chlorinity (Cl−) concentrations at depth through a joint analysis of Cl− concentration and temperature versus depth profiles obtained fromExpand
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