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Record #167301:

An ultra slow-spreading class of ocean ridge / Henry J.B. Dick, Jian Lin, Hans Schouten.

Title: An ultra slow-spreading class of ocean ridge / Henry J.B. Dick, Jian Lin, Hans Schouten.
Author(s): Dick, Henry J. B.
Lin, Jian.
Schouten, Hans.
Date: 2003.
In: Nature. (2003.), Vol. 426(6965) (2003)
Abstract: South-west Indian and Arctic ridges show class of ridge with intermittent volcanism and lack of transform faults. Mantle is emplaced continuously to sea floor over large regions. Rates are from 12 mm/yr with characteristics at 20 mm/yr. They consist of linked magmatic and amagmatic accretionary segments. Latter are newly recognised class of plate boundary structure in arbitrary orientation. They sometimes coexist with magmatic ridge segments for millions of years to form stable plate boundaries.
Notes:

Nature. Vol. 426(6965) :405-412 (2003).

Keywords: 551.1/.4(26) -- Marine geology.
551.21 -- Volcanoes.
552.3 -- Igneous rocks.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
SPRI record no.: 167301

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