Submarine eruption near Socorro Island, Mexico: Geochemistry and scanning electron microscopy studies of floating scoria and reticulite

@inproceedings{Siebe1995SubmarineEN,
  title={Submarine eruption near Socorro Island, Mexico: Geochemistry and scanning electron microscopy studies of floating scoria and reticulite},
  author={Claus Siebe and J. C. Komorowski and Carlos Navarro and John F. Mchone and Hugo Delgado and Allan Cort{\'e}s},
  year={1995}
}
  • Claus Siebe, J. C. Komorowski, +3 authors Allan Cortés
  • Published 1995
  • Geology
  • Abstract Products of an underwater eruption near Socorro Island in the NE Pacific were observed directly on January 29, 1993, ten days after precursors were first recorded by SOFAR (Sound Fixing and Ranging) hydrophones located in Hawaii and Tahiti. Eruptive activity was noticed from boats and ships as small steam plumes rising from the sea at an area centered at 18 °48′N, 111 °05′W, 2.4 km NW of Punta Tosca and 4.6 km SSW of Cape Henslow on Socorro Island. The observed steam was produced by 1… CONTINUE READING

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