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Extreme Sulfur Isotope Fractionation in the Seafloor Hydrothermal Deposit of the Okinawa Trough Revealed by SIMS in situ Analysis

Nozaki T, Nagase T, Ushikubo T & Shimizu K

Nozaki T, Nagase T, Ushikubo T & Shimizu K (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 1954

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Submitted by Daniel Gregory on
Thank you for the presentation, where do you think the framboids are forming? Are they forming close to the site or are they forming in the water column and raining down where they are then over grown? Also, what proportion of the sulfide material is pyrite framboids? Is it a major component or comparatively rare?


Submitted by Melissa Anderson on
This is an interesting study area. What evidence do you have that the presence of bacterially-mediated framboidal pyrite acts to "accelerate subseafloor mineralization?"


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