Across-arc geochemical trends in the Izu-Bonin arc: Contributions from the subducting slab: ACROSS-ARC GEOCHEMICAL TRENDS

@inproceedings{Hochstaedter2001AcrossarcGT,
  title={Across-arc geochemical trends in the Izu-Bonin arc: Contributions from the subducting slab: ACROSS-ARC GEOCHEMICAL TRENDS},
  author={Alfred Glenn Hochstaedter and James B. Gill and R. L. Saint Peters and Phil Broughton and Bradford P. Holden and Brian Taylor},
  year={2001}
}
[1] Abstract: We propose that across-arc differences in the geochemistry of Izu-Bonin arc magmas are controlled by the addition of fertile-slab fluids to depleted mantle at the volcanic front, and residual-slab fluids to fertile mantle in the back arc without slab melting or contemporaneous back arc spreading. The arc consists of a volcanic front, an extensional zone, and seamount chains (the Western Seamounts) that trend into the Shikoku Basin. Each province produces a distinct suite of arc… CONTINUE READING

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