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Mauna Loa's submarine western flank: Evidence for deep volcanic spreading and hydrothermal alteration
Observations of submersible dives across Mauna Loa's submarine western flank suggest the flank has been influenced by a number of interacting processes, including large-scale sector collapses, deep volcanic spreading, and ...
Deformation history of the Maya and Chortis blocks: Insight to the evolution of the Motagua fault zone, Guatemala
Structural analysis of units astride the Motagua fault zone, the boundary between the North American and Caribbean plates in Guatemala, is critical to understanding the tectonic evolution of the northwestern Caribbean ...
Barium cycling in shallow sediment above active mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico
Two mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico were examined to understand barium cycling in shallow seafloor sediment at regions of intense methane expulsion. Due to anaerobic oxidation of methane and sulfate reduction, barium ...
Late Oligocene and Miocene evolution of the carbonate system in the Gulf of Martaban (northern Andaman Sea): Effects of eustacy, tectonics, and siliciclastic input; Comparison with the Maldives carbonate system
Eustacy was the dominant factor influencing the Gulf of Martaban Field isolated platform, subdivided in Lower and Upper Martaban Limestones (LML) and (UML). LML was established on top of a faulted accretionary basement ...