Carbon, boron and oxygen isotope ratios of sediments from the Moresby Seamount, supplement to: Kopf, Achim J; Behrmann, Jan Hinrich; Deyhle, Annette; Roller, Sybille; Erlenkeuser, Helmut (2003): Isotopic evidence (B, C, O) of deep fluid processes in fault rock from the active Woodlark Basin detachment zone. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 208(1-2), 51-68

Achim J Kopf, Jan Hinrich Behrmann, Annette Deyhle, Sybille Roller & Helmut Erlenkeuser
We report results from boron, carbon and oxygen stable isotope analyses of faulted and veined rocks recovered by scientific ocean drilling during ODP Leg 180 in the western Woodlark Basin, off Papua New Guinea. In this area of active continental extension, crustal break-up and incipient seafloor spreading, a shallow-dipping, seismically active detachment fault accommodates strain, defining a zone of mylonites and cataclasites, vein formation and fluid infiltration. Syntectonic microstructures and vein-fill mineralogy suggest frictional heating...
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