Speaker Readings & Presentations

Lisa Morgan's Suggested Readings

Abstract

Do "Super" eruption environments make for "super" hydrothermal explosions: Extreme hydrothermal explosions above the Yellowstone magma chamber

Lisa A Morgan
US Geological Survey, Denver, CO

Lisa A. Morgan et al.: Hydrothermal processes above the Yellowstone magma chamber:Large hydrothermal systems and large hydrothermal explosions, The Geological Society of America Special Paper 459, 2009

Required reading

Lisa A. Morgan and W.C. Pat Shanks III: Influences of Rhyolitic Lava Flows on Hydrothermal Processes in Yellowstone Lake and on the Yellowstone Plateau GEOTHERMAL BIOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK 2006

Required reading

Jake Lowenstern's Suggested Readings

Jacob B. Lowenstern et al.: Prodigious degassing of a billion years of accumulated radiogenic helium at Yellowstone, NATURE, Vol 506 , 20 February 2014

Required reading

Jacob B. Lowenstern and Shaul Hurwitz: Monitoring a Supervolcano in Repose: Heat and Volatile Flux at the Yellowstone Caldera, E L E M E N TS , VO L. 4, pp. 35 - 40, February 2008

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Jan Amend's Suggested Readings

Jan P. Amend et al.: Catabolic and anabolic energy for chemolithoautotrophs in deep-sea hydrothermal systems hosted in different rock typesGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (2011) 5736 - 5748

Required reading

Jan P. Amend et al.: The energetics of organic synthesis inside and outside the cell, Phil Trans R Soc B 368: 20120255 (2013)

Required reading

Mark Reed's Suggested Readings

Talk Abstract

Ascent and cooling of a magmatic-hydrothermal fluid and the traces of its passage recorded in the rock in Butte, Montana

Mark Reed
University of Oregon

Mark Reed et al.: The Butte Magmatic-Hydrothermal System: One Fluid Yields All Alteration and VeinsEconomic Geology,v. 108, pp. 1379 - 1396 (2013)

Required reading for students

Celestine N. Mercer and Mark H. Reed: Porphyry Cu-Mo Stockwork Formation by Dynamic, Transient Hydrothermal Pulses: Mineralogic Insights from the Deposit at Butte, Montana, Economic Geology, v. 108, pp. 1347 - 1377(2012)

Required reading for students

Mark Reed and Jim Palandri: The Iceland Deep Drilling Project (IDDP): (IV) Interpretations of black smoker fluid compositions, AGU poster

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Jerry Fairley"s Suggested Readings

Jerry P. Fairley and Jennifer J. Hinds: Rapid transport pathways for geothermal fluids in an active Great Basin fault zone, Geology; September 2004; v. 32; no. 9; p. 825 - 828

Required reading for students

Jerry P. Fairley and Jennifer J. Hinds: Field observation of fluid circulation patterns in a normal fault system, GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 31, 2004

Required reading for students

Todd R. Anderson and Jerry P. Fairley: Relating permeability to the structural setting of a fault-controlled hydrothermal system in southeast Oregon, USA, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 113, B05402, 2008

Additional reading for reference

Demian Saffer's Suggested Readings

Talk Abstract

In situ stress and pore pressure magnitude along subduction zone megathrusts: Integration of laboratory, drilling, geophysical and numerical modeling approaches

Demian Saffer
Penn State

Demian M. Saffer and Barbara A. Bekins: An evaluation of factors influencing pore pressure in accretionary complexes: Implications for taper angle and wedge mechanics JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 111, 2006

Required reading for students

Hiroko Kitajima and Demian M. Saffer: Elevated pore pressure and anomalously low stress in regions of low frequency earthquakes along the Nankai Trough subduction megathrust GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 39, 2012

Required reading for students

Demian M. Saffer and Harold J. Tobin: Hydrogeology and Mechanics of Subduction Zone Forearcs: Fluid Flow and Pore Pressure Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 2011. 39:157 - 86

Additional reading for reference

Lauren Mullineaux's Suggested Readings

Lauren S. Mullineaux: Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities, Textbook: Review of Vent Ecology, Chapter 17, 2013 Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Required reading for students

Diane K. Adams et al.: Surface-Generated Mesoscale Eddies Transport Deep-Sea Products from Hydrothermal Vents, SCIENCE, 29 APRIL 2011 VOL 332

Required reading for students

Max Rudolph's Suggested Readings

Maxwell L. Rudolph and Michael Manga: Frequency dependence of mud volcano response to earthquakes GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 39, 2012

Required reading for students

Adriano Mazzini et al.: A new hydrothermal scenario for the 2006 Lusi eruption, Indonesia. Insights from gas geochemistry,Earth and Planetary Science Letters 317 - 318 (2012)

Required reading for students

Robert Harris' Suggested Readings

Powerpoint Presentaion

Subduction Zones:  Heat Flow, Fluid Flow, and Earthquakes

Robert Harris
Oregon State University

T. Fisher and R. N. Harris: Using seafloor heat flow as a tracer to map subseafloor fluid flow in the ocean crust, Geofluids (2010) 10, 142 - 160

Required reading for students

R. D. Hyndman :The Seismogenic Zone of Subduction Thrust Faults: What We Know and Don't Know Columbia Univ. Press, New York, edited by T. Dixon and C. Moore, pp. 15 - 40 (2007)

Required reading for students

Glenn A. Spinelli and Kelin Wang: Effects of fluid circulation in subducting crust on Nankai margin seismogenic zone temperatures, GEOLOGY, vol. 36; no. 11; p. 887 - 890; November 2008

Additional reading for reference

Tim Crone's Suggested Readings & Presentation

Talk Abstract

I  ♥ Poroelasticity: A Review of Poroelastic Theory and its Application to Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems

PowerPoint Presentation

Video of Presentation (links below)

I  ♥ Poroelasticity: A Review of Poroelastic Theory and its Application to Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems

Herbert F. Wang: Theory of Linear Poroelasticity with Applications to Geomechanics and Hydrogeology, Princeton University Press copyrighted 2000

Required reading for students

Timothy J. Crone et al.: Permeability structure of young ocean crust from poroelastically triggered earthquakes,GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 38, 2011

Required reading for students

Anna-Louise Reysenbach's Sugested Readings & Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation (pdf)

Juggling with tectonics, rocks, hot fluids and your neighbors: The secret lives of some terrestrial and deep-sea hot spring microbes
Anna-Louise Reysenbach
Portmand State University

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G. E. Flores et al.:Inter-field variability in the microbial communities of hydrothermal vent deposits from a back-arc basin,Geobiology (2012)

Required reading

Mircea Podar et al.: Insights into archaeal evolution and symbiosis from the genomes of a nanoarchaeon and its inferred crenarchaeal host from Obsidian Pool, Yellowstone National Park, Biology Direct 2013, 8:9

Require reading

Jeff Seewald's Suggested Readings & Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Geochemistry of Hot-Spring Fluids in Arc and Back-Arc Environments

Jeff Seewald
MC&G, WHOI

Video of Presentation (links below)

Quicktime
http://mex1.whoi.edu:8080/http/WHOI_CMS/Events/Geodynamics/2015/03SeewaldR.mov
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http://mex1.whoi.edu:8080/http/WHOI_CMS/Events/Geodynamics/2015/03Seewald.webm

Margaret K. Tivey et al.: Links from Mantle to Microbe at the Lau Integrated Study Site Insights from a Back-Arc Spreading Center Oceanography Vol. 25, No. 1 | March 2012

Required reading for students

David A. Butterfield et al.: High SO2 flux, sulfur accumulation, and gas fractionation at an erupting submarine volcano, Geology, September 2011; v. 39; no. 9; p. 803 - 806; also contains GSA Data Repository 2011237

Required reading for students

Jeffrey W. Hedenquist & Jacob B. Lowenstern:The role of magmas in the formation of hydrothermal ore deposits, NATURE Vol 370 . 18 August 1994

Required reading for students

Margaret K. Tivey: Generation of Seafloor Hydrothermal Vent Fluids and Associated Mineral Deposit Oceanography Vol. 20, No. 1 March 2007

Additional resource reading

Evelyn Roeloffs' Suggested Readings & Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Interactions between earthquakes and fluids: An overview of non-seismological observations

Evelyn Roeloffs
USGS, Vancouver, WA

Abstract

Interactions between earthquakes and fluids: An overview of non-seismological observations

Evelyn Roeloffs
Research geophysicist, USGS Earthquake Science Center

Evelyn A. Roeloffs et al.: Widespread groundwater-level offsets caused by the Mw 5.8 Mineral, Virginia, earthquake of 23 August 201, The Geological Society of America Special Paper 509, 2015

Required reading for students

Evelyn Roeloffs et al.: Water-level changes induced by local and distant earthquakes at Long Valley caldera, California, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 127 (2003) 269 - 3 303

Required reading for students

David R. Shelly et al.: A fluid-driven earthquake swarm on the margin of the Yellowstone caldera,JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH: SOLID EARTH, VOL. 118, 4872 - 4886, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50362, 2013

Additional reading

Rob Sohn's Suggested Readings & Presentation

Leif Karlstrom, et al.: Eruptions at Lone Star Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, USA: 1. Energetics and eruption dynamicsJOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH: SOLID EARTH, VOL. 118, 4048 - 4062, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50251, 2013

Required reading for students

Video of Presentation (links below)

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http://mex1.whoi.edu:8080/http/WHOI_CMS/Events/Geodynamics/2015/01SohnR.mov
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http://mex1.whoi.edu:8080/http/WHOI_CMS/Events/Geodynamics/2015/01Sohn.webm

Jean Vandemeulebrouck, et al. (2014), Eruptions at Lone Star geyser, Yellowstone National Park, USA: 2. Constraints on subsurface dynamics, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 119, doi:10.1002/2014JB011526.

Required reading for students

Shaul Hurwitz, et al.: Triggering and modulation of geyser eruptions in Yellowstone National Park by earthquakes, earth tides, and weatherJournal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth119, 1718 - 1737, doi:10.1002/2013JB010803.

Additional reading