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PICOs GD2.2/GMPV49/SM4.3


Formation and evolution of oceanic plates (co-organized)PICO Session
Convener: L. Ruepke 
Co-Convener: Catherine A. Rychert 
Session details
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / PICO Spot 2
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Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014
PICO Spot 2
08:30–08:40 PICO2.1
Experimental and modeling constraints on the seismic structure of oceanic lithosphere
Ulrich Faul, Ian Jackson, and Paul Hall
08:40–08:42 PICO2.2
Do Transform Faults Parallel Plate Motion?
Richard Gordon and Jay Mishra
08:42–08:44 PICO2.3
Evolution of asthenospheric layers as a result of changing stress field
Leszek Czechowski and Marek Grad
08:44–08:46 PICO2.4
Hydrothermal cooling of the oceanic lithosphere and the square root age law
Harro Schmeling and Gabriele Marquart
08:46–08:48 PICO2.5
Numerical models on thermal and rheological sensitivity of deformation pattern at the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary
Lukas Fuchs, Harro Schmeling, and Hemin Koyi
08:48–08:50 PICO2.6
Thermal and petrophysical characterization of the lithospheric mantle along the northeastern Iberia geo-transect
Alberto Carballo, Manel Fernandez, Montserrat Torne, Ivone Jiménez-Munt, and Antonio Villaseñor
08:50–08:52 PICO2.7
Insights into the crustal structure and magmatic evolution of the High and Western Plateau of the Manihiki Plateau, Central Pacific
Katharina Hochmuth, Karsten Gohl, and Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben
08:52–08:54 PICO2.8
Radially Anisotropic Viscous Root beneath Ontong - Java Plateau: Evidence from SS Waveform Modelling
Saikiran Tharimena, Catherine Rychert, and Nicholas Harmon
08:54–08:56 PICO2.9
Geophysical and geochemical evidence for deep temperature variations beneath mid-ocean ridges (solicited)
Colleen Dalton, Allison Gale, and Charles Langmuir
08:56–08:58 PICO2.10
Melt Supply, Crustal Structure, Tectonic Rifting, and Hydrothermal Venting at the Rainbow Area, 36°N MAR
Robert Dunn, J. Pablo Canales, Robert Sohn, Ryuta Arai, and Michele Paulatto
08:58–09:00 PICO2.11
Static and fault-related alteration in the lower ocean crust, IODP Expedition 345, Hess Deep
Andrew McCaig, Kathrin Faak, Naomi Marks, Toshio Nozaka, Marie Python, Robert Wintsch, Yumiko Harigane, and Sofya Titarenko and the IODP Expedition 345
09:00–09:02 PICO2.12
Ultra-slow spreading ridges: a response to the interplay between mantle convection and plate tectonics
Laurent Husson, Philippe Yamato, and Antoine Bezos
09:02–09:04 PICO2.13
EGU2014-1750 | presentation | presentation
Mantle properties and the MOR process: a new and versatile model for mid-ocean ridges
Miles Osmaston
09:04–09:06 PICO2.14
Reykjanes Ridge evolution and the elimination of transform faults in the North Atlantic
Fernando Martinez, Richard Hey, and Armann Hoskuldsson
09:06–09:08 PICO2.15
EGU2014-12442 | presentation | presentation
Off rift and on rift volcanism along the southern most extremity of the Reykjanes Ridge.
Armann Hoskuldsson, Fernando Martinez, and Richard Hey
09:08–09:10 PICO2.16
Gakkel Ridge at 85°E/85°N: Seismicity and Structure of an Ultraslow Spreading Centre
Edith Korger and Vera Schlindwein
09:10–09:12 PICO2.17
EGU2014-1351 | presentation | presentation
Analysis of the low-level seismicity along the Southern Indian Ocean spreading ridges recorded by the OHASISBIO array of hydrophones in 2012
Eve Tsang-Hin-Sun, Jean-Yves Royer, Alexey Sukhovich, and Julie Perrot
09:12–09:14 PICO2.18
Oceanic crustal structure from seismic measurements
Ingo Grevemeyer
09:14–09:16 PICO2.19
The Afar region as an analogue of mature oceanic ridges: a model for slow spreading centres?
Sarah Medynski, Raphaël Pik, Peter Burnard, Lyderic France, and Kathryn Whaler
09:16–09:18 PICO2.20
Effects of anhydrite precipitation on hydrothermal convection patterns at fast-spreading ridges
Lars Ruepke and Joerg Hasenclever
Coffee Break
10:30–10:32 PICO2.1
Lithium control on experimental serpentinization processes: implications for natural systems
Romain Lafay, Emilie Janots, and German Montes-Hernandez
10:32–10:34 PICO2.2
Generation of high reactive fluids by rapid clinopyroxene-seawater interaction: An experimental study at 425 °C, 40 and 100 MPa
Oliver Beermann, Dieter Garbe-Schönberg, Steffen Schächinger, Lisa Arzi, and Astrid Holzheid
10:34–10:36 PICO2.3
Hydrothermal circulation in fault slots with topography
Sofya Titarenko and Andrew McCaig
10:36–10:38 PICO2.4
Lithium isotope as a proxy for water/rock interaction between hydrothermal fluids and oceanic crust at Milos, Greece
U-Lat Lou, Chen-Feng You, Shein-Fu Wu, and Chuan-Hsiung Chung
10:38–10:40 PICO2.5
Serpentinization and fluid-rock interaction in Jurassic mafic and ultramafic sea-floor: constraints from Ligurian ophiolite sequences
Monica Vogel, Gretchen L. Früh-Green, Chiara Boschi, and Esther M. Schwarzenbach
10:40–10:42 PICO2.6
Osmium isotope systematics of Os-rich alloys and Ru-Os sulfides from oceanic mantle: evidence from Proterozoic and Paleozoic ophiolite-type complexes
Inna Yu. Badanina, Kreshimir N. Malitch, Elena A. Belousova, Richard A. Lord, Thomas C. Meisel, Valery V. Murzin, and Norman J. Pearson
10:42–10:44 PICO2.7
COOL: Crust of the Oman Ophiolite and its Lithosphere - a passive seismic experiment
Christian Weidle, Philippe Agard, Céline Ducassou, Issa El-Hussain, Cécile Prigent, and Thomas Meier
10:44–10:46 PICO2.8
Variation of magma source in the Oman ophiolite inferred from distribution of magmatic dykes in the mantle
Marie Python, Bénédicte Abily, Georges Ceuleneer, and Shoji Arai