By David M. Christie, Charles R. Fisher, Sang-Mook Lee, Sharon Givens
Published through the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.
New ocean crust is always created the place tectonic plates diverge. a particular form of oceanic crust is shaped via back-arc spreading structures that parallel oceanic island arcs at the part clear of the subducting plate. Volatile-rich and spatially variable, back-arc spreading structures are a normal laboratory for multi-disciplinary reports of seafloor construction, the circulation of magma from the deep earth, and the hydrothermal ecosystems that this movement sustains.
Derived from the distinguished Ridge 2000 InterRidge Theoretical Institute held in 2004, Back-Arc Spreading platforms: Geological, organic, Chemical, and actual Interactions studies the nation of the technological know-how, with choose case studies.
Experienced researchers in, and scholars of, marine geology, organic oceanography, marine geochemistry, volcanology, petrology, and geo- and paleomagnetism will locate this quantity an important source now and for the close to future.
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Back-Arc Spreading Systems: Geological, Biological, Chemical, and Physical Interactions by David M. Christie, Charles R. Fisher, Sang-Mook Lee, Sharon Givens