Mineralogy of serpentine muds of ODP Leg 125 holes (Table 1), supplement to: Fryer, Patricia B; Mottl, Michael J (1992): Lithology, mineralogy, and origin of serpentine muds recovered from Conical and Torishima Forearc Seamounts: Results of Leg 125 drilling. In: Fryer, P; Pearce, JA; Stokking, LB; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 125, 343-362Patricia B Fryer & Michael J Mottl
Large serpentinite seamounts are common in the forearc regions between the trench axis and the active volcanic fronts of the Mariana and Izu-Bonin intraoceanic arcs. The seamounts apparently form both as mud volcanoes, composed of unconsolidated serpentine mud flows that have entrained metamorphosed ultramafic and mafic rocks, and as horst blocks, possibly diapirically emplaced, of serpentinized ultramafics partially draped with unconsolidated serpentine slump deposits and mud flows. The clayand silt-sized serpentine recovered from three sites...
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