Rare Earth Element Concentrations in Submarine Hydrothermal Fluids

Abstract
Rare earth element concentrations in submarine hydrothermal fluids from Alarcon Rise, East Pacific Rise, REE concentrations in submarine hydrothermal fluids from Pescadero Basin, Gulf of California, and the Cleft vent field, southern Juan de Fuca Ridge. Data are not corrected to zero Mg.
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DOE Project Name: Maximizing Rare Earth Element Recovery in Geothermal Systems
DOE Project Number: EE0006748
DOE Project Lead: Holly Thomas
DOI: 10.15121/1419773
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Oct
2017
Data from October, 2017
Submitted Oct 27, 2017

University of California Davis

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Authors

Andrew Fowler
University of California Davis
Robert Zierenberg
University of California Davis

Keywords

hydrothermal, rare earth elements, submarine, offshore, REE, geothermal, data, AASG, Aqueous Chemistry, vent, content model, NGDS, USGIN, fluid chemistry, geochemistry, aqueous, mineral recovery, pescadero basin, gulf of california, cleft vent, juan de fuca ridge, alarcon rise, east pacific rise

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