Chemistry of sulfide deposites of ODP Site 106-649, supplement to: Honnorez, Jose J; Mével, Catherine; Honnorez-Guerstein, B-M; Tomschi, H P (1990): Mineralogy and chemistry of sulfide deposites drilled from hydrothermal mound of the Snake Pit Activity Field, MAR. In: Detrick, R; Honnorez, J; Bryan, WB; Juteau, T; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 106/109, 145-162

Jose J Honnorez, Catherine Mével, B-M Honnorez-Guerstein & H P Tomschi
The Snake Pit active hydrothermal field was discovered at 23°22'N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge during ODP Leg 106. Among the ten holes drilled in the mound at the foot of an active chimney, only three (649B, 649F, and 649G) had substantial recovery, and produced cores of unconsolidated hydrothermal deposit made up of porous sulfide fragments with minor talc pellets and biological debris, and a few pieces of brassy massive sulfides.Eight representative samples from the 6.5-m-long...
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