A reduced crustal magnetization zone near the first observed active hydrothermal vent field on the Southwest Indian Ridge

@inproceedings{Zhu2010ARC,
  title={A reduced crustal magnetization zone near the first observed active hydrothermal vent field on the Southwest Indian Ridge},
  author={J Zhu and Jian Lin and Yongshun John Chen and Chunhui Tao and Christopher R. German and Dana R. Yoerger and Maurice A. Tivey},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Inversion of near‐bottom magnetic data reveals a well‐ defined low crustal magnetization zone (LMZ) near a local topographic high (37°47′S, 49°39′E) on the ultraslow‐ spreading Southwest Indian Ridge (SWIR). The magnetic data were collected by the autonomous underwater vehicle ABE on board R/V DaYangYiHao in February‐March 2007. The first active hydrothermal vent field observed on the SWIR is located in Area A within and adjacent to the LMZ at the local topographic high, implying that this… CONTINUE READING

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