Tracing Fluids from Seafloor to Deep Subduction Environments: An In-situ Geochemical Investigation of Fluid-Mobile Elements in Oceanic Crust

TypeCollection
TitleTracing Fluids from Seafloor to Deep Subduction Environments: An In-situ Geochemical Investigation of Fluid-Mobile Elements in Oceanic Crust
Brief TitleTracing Fluids from Seafloor to Deep Subduction Environments
Collection TypeDataset
Access PrivilegesOpen Research
Website Addresshttp://hdl.handle.net/1885/165238
Metadata LanguageEnglish
Data LanguageEnglish
Full DescriptionThe data files are appendix to the author's PhD thesis, held in ANU Open Research http://hdl.handle.net/1885/165238
Contact Emailmorgan.williams@csiro.au
Contact Address26 Dick Perry Avenue, Kensington WA 6151
Contact Phone Number08 643 68524
SupervisorsKendrick, Mark
Fields of Research0402 - Geochemistry
Type of Research ActivityStrategic basic research
Date Coverage
Date FromDate To
20142017
Time Period2014-2017
Geospatial Location
Location TypeLocation Value
DCMI Box notation conformant with iso 19139Lago di Cignana and the Zermatt Sass Ophiolite (northlimit=45.879; southlimit=45.873; westlimit=7.584; eastlimit=7.618)
DCMI Box notation conformant with iso 19139Atlantis Massif (northlimit=30.3; southlimit=30.0; westlimit=-42.2; eastlimit=-41.9)
Year of data publication2019
Creator(s) for Citation
Given NameSurname
Morgan JohnWilliams
Publisher for CitationThe Australian National University Data Commons
Access Rights TypeOpen
Licence TypeCC-BY-SA - Attribution-SharedAlice (Version 4.0)
Data LocationLago di Cignana and the Zermatt Sass Ophiolite (NW Italian Alps) and Atlantis Massif (30°N Mid Atlantic Ridge)
Retention PeriodIndefinitely
Data Size331 MB
Data Management PlanNo
Status: Published
Published To:
- Australian National University
- Australian National Data Service
Identifier: anudc:6010
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