Temperature, chloride and sulfate measurements of samples from RV METEOR cruise M112, supplement to: Loher, Markus; Pape, Thomas; Marcon, Yann; Römer, Miriam; Wintersteller, Paul; Praeg, Daniel; Torres, Marta E; Sahling, Heiko; Bohrmann, Gerhard (2018): Mud extrusion and ring-fault gas seepage – upward branching fluid discharge at a deep-sea mud volcano. Scientific Reports, 8, 6275

Markus Loher, Thomas Pape, Yann Marcon, Miriam Römer, Paul Wintersteller, Daniel Praeg, Marta E Torres, Heiko Sahling & Gerhard Bohrmann
Submarine mud volcanoes release sediments and gas-rich fluids at the seafloor via deeply-rooted plumbing systems that remain poorly understood. Here the functioning of Venere mud volcano, on the Calabrian accretionary prism in ~1,600 m water depth is investigated, based on multi-parameter hydroacoustic and visual seafloor data obtained using ship-borne methods, ROVs, and AUVs. Two seepage domains are recognized: mud breccia extrusion from a summit, and hydrocarbon venting from peripheral sites, hosting chemosynthetic ecosystems and authigenic...
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