Stable and radiogenic isotopes as tracers for the origin, mixing and subsurface history of fluids in submarine shallow-water hydrothermal systems

@inproceedings{Pichler2005StableAR,
  title={Stable and radiogenic isotopes as tracers for the origin, mixing and subsurface history of fluids in submarine shallow-water hydrothermal systems},
  author={Thomas Pichler},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The shallow-water hydrothermal system in Tutum Bay on the west side of Ambitle Island, Papua New Guinea provides us with an exceptional opportunity to study isotope systematics in a near shore setting. Compared to seawater, the hydrothermal fluids in Tutum Bay have lower values for δ D, δ 18 O, δ 13 C, and 87 Sr and higher values for 3 H, δ 34 S(SO 4 ) and δ 18 O(SO 4 ). The δ 18 O and δ D records for vents 1 and 4 indicate that fluid compositions remained stable over an extended… CONTINUE READING
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