Volatiles TEI Abstracts Names in Bold indicate poster presenters # Last Name First Name Abstract Title Co-Authors 1 Ballentine Chris Noble Gases: Subduction recycling and its critical role in defining the mantle system. Chlorine Stable Isotope Gas and Ash Geochemistry from the Central American 2 Barnes Jaime Subduction System Zachary D. Sharp, Tobias P. Fischer 3 Bebout Gray Metamorphic Perspectives of Subduction-Zone Volatiles Cycling 4 Behn Mark Implications of Sediment Diapirs on the H2O Flux into the Mantle at Arcs Greg Hirth, Peter Kelemen, Brad Hacker, 5 Bisrat Shishay Improved teleseismic locations of shallow subduction zone earthquakes Heather R DeShon, Susan Bilek Apatite Phenocrysts Record Magmatic Volatile His tories: Case Studies from Costa 6 Boyce Jeremy Rica Hervig, R.L.; Alvarado-Induni, G.E; Moore, G.; Manning, C.E. 7 Brasse Heinrich Magnetotelluric images of the Central American subduction zone Lutz Muetschard, Tamara Worzewski 8 Chernak Linda Localized Deformation of Antigorite Serpentinite at High Pressure and Temperature Greg Hirth 9 Cooper Lauren Variation s in Mantle H2O Content and Melting Along the Tonga Volcanic Arc Terry Plank The oxidation state of global basalts and its relationship to volatiles and tectonic 10 Cottrell Elizabeth regime Elizabeth Cottrell, Katherine A. Kelley 11 Derry Louis Heat and carbon fluxes along the Himalayan arc Louis A. Derry Revised Vp, Vs and Vp/Vs images of the forearc mantle wedge, Nicoya Peninsula, 12 DeShon Heather Costa Rica Melissa Moore-Driskell, Shishay Bisrat Insights into Subducti on Zone Processes Through Investigation of Volatiles in Oceanic 13 Dixon Jacqueline Basalts Richard Kingsley, Kyla Simons 14 Dreyer Brian B-Be-10Be-εNd systematics of the Kurile convergent margin, Russia J.D. MORRIS Increased pore-fluid pressures within the Northern Marianas shallow thrust zone as 15 Emry Erica suggested by records of regional seismicity. Douglas A. Wiens, Hajime Shiobara,Hiroko Sugioka 16 Filiberto Justin Comparing the effect of volatiles (H2O, F, and Cl) on liquidus depression of a basalt. Justin Filiberto and Allan Treiman Volatile source and mass balance in the Izu Bonin Marianas and Central American David Hilton, Euan Mitchell, Erik Hauri, Alison Shaw, 17 Fischer Tobias Volcanic Arcs Guillermo Alvarado, Kohei Kazahaya Towards Quantifying Volatile Fluxes and Origins from the Costa Rican Fore-Arc Using 18 Füri Evelyn Novel Submarine Instrumentation D.R. Hilton, M. Tryon, K.M. Brown Water eq uilibration between olivine-hosted melt inclusions and host magmas 1: 19 Gaetani Glenn Theoretical considerations Glenn A. Gaetani, Julie O’Leary 20 Gill Jim Current topics affecting volatiles in arc magma genesis. Darren Tollstrup, and Erin Todd Mantle wedge temper ature and H2O supply as primary controls on the location of arc Timothy L. Grove, Christy B. Till, Einat Lev, Neel Chatterjee 21 Grove Timothy volcanoes and Etienne Medard 22 Gurnis Michael A Global View on Mantle Hydration with 4-D Geodynamic Models Sonja Spasojevic, Lijun Liu, Michael Gurnis 23 Hacker Bradley Slab devolatilization. Ellen Syracuse, Geoff Abers, Peter van Keken: George E. Harlow, Virgina B. Sisson, Charles Mandeville, 24 Harlow GeorgeJadeitites and the Subduction Factory Birgit Plessen Volatile content of primitive basaltic magma from the Andean Central Southern 25 Hickey-VargasRosemary Volcanic Zone Susan G. Wacaster T.P. FISCHER, C. RAMÍREZ, E. FÜRI, P.H BARRY, G. 26 Hilton David HE-CO2 CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDS OF THE COSTA RICA FOREARC ALVARADO, W. MONTERO AND P. DENYER 27 Hirschmann Marc Deep subduction of carbon and HO and deep earth volatile cycles. 28 Hirth Greg Links between deformation and the water content of the upper mantle. Charles Langmuir, Harvard University, 29 Huybers Peter Feedback between deglaciation, volcanism, and atmospheric CO2 firstname.lastname@example.org Long-term reords of hydrogeochemistry in the forearc prism and oceanic basement at 30 Kastner Miriam the Costa Rica subduction zone Solomon, E., Wheat G., Jannasch, H., Davis, E., and Morris J. 31 Kelley Katherine Mantle melting as a function of water content at subduction zones. 32 Kent Adam The Role of Water in Mantle Melting in the Izu Backarc Region Darren Tollstrup, Jun-Ichi Kimura Arc Basalt Simulator (ABS) a simulation for slab dehydration/ melting and fluid/ melt- 33 Kimura Jun-Ichi fluxed mantle melting for arc magmas B.R. Hacker, P.E. van Keken , H. Kawabata, R.J. Stern 34 King Scott How Isolated Is the Mantle Wedge? 35 Kiser Eric Source Characteristics of Intermediate-Depth Earthquakes Miaki Ishii Seismological constraints on the evolution of the Izu-Bonin arc – from fore-arc 36 Kodaira Shuichi oceanic crust to mature arc crust. Volatile elements in Mount Hood lavas as indicators of source and predictors of 37 Koleszar Alison behavior Kent, A J; Wallace, P J; Scott, W.E. 38 Krawczynski Mike The water-rich lower crust: Magma processing beneath Mt. Shasta, CA T L Grove MIT 39 Langmuir Charles Constraints on volatiles and mantle meltiing from the Lau back-arc basin Antoine Bezos, Stephane Escrig, Peter Michael, Paul Asimow Cascadia Volcanic Arc - constraints on the thermal structure and composition of the 40 Leeman William mantle wedge Helium Isotope Variations in Seafloor Basalts from the Northwest Lau Backarc Basin: J. E. Lupton, R. J. Arculus, R. R. Greene, L. J. Evans, C. I. 41 Lupton John Mapping the Influence of the Samoan Hotspot Goddard, and N. Dyriw The Influence of Volatiles on Crystallization, Mantle Melting, and Trace Element 42 Lytle Marion Systematics of Back-arc Basin Magmas Katherine A. Kelley, Erik H. Hauri 43 Manning Craig Volatiles in subductions zones: reducing the deficit by crustal-scale sequestration Volatile (C, N, noble gases) content of the mantle and fluxes between mantle and 44 Marty Bernard surface. Nobukazu Seama, Rob L. Evans, Antony White, Goran Boren, Asami Yoneda, Hisashi Utada, Graham Heinson, Kiyoshi 45 Matsuno Tetsuo Electrical resistivity structure in the mantle across the Mariana subduction system Suyehiro A geophysical investigation of the Cascadia subduction zone structure using 46 McGary R Shane magnetotellurics and seismic migration methods Robert Evans, Stephane Rondenay Charles H. Langmuir, Stephane Escrig, Antoine Bézos, Andrew 47 Michael Peter H2O and Cl in the Lau Tonga system: Budgets and pathways K Matzen Weakening of Gouges of Ultramafic Rock Sheared Against Quartz-Bearing Rocks Under 48 Moore Diane Hydrothermal Conditions David A. Lockner Improved Compressional Velocity Model of the Nicaragua/Costa Rica Seismogenic Melissa 49 Moore-Driskell Zone Heather R. DeShon, Shishay Bisrat 50 Morgan Julia H2O/Ce variations along the Reykjanes Ridge and their implications for the mantle 51 Nichols Alex water cycle. C.G. Macpherson, R.J. Wysoczanski, M.R. Carroll Water equilibration between olivine-hosted melt inclusions and host magmas 2: 52 O'Leary Julie Experimental constraints on hydrogen transport through olivine. Glenn Gaetani Models of mantle melting at convergent plate boundaries; implications for trace elements distributions in arc lavas and the along-strike distribution of volcanism. 53 Parmentier E.M. (Marc) A.-M. Cagnioncle Sarah 54 Penniston-Dorland Lithium and its isotopes as a tracer of fluids in a subduction zone Sorena S. Sorense, Richard D. Ash, Philip M. Piccoli Lauren Cooper, LDEO, email@example.com Craig Manning, UCLA, 55 Plank Terry New Geothermometers for Estimating Slab Surface Temperatures firstname.lastname@example.org 56 Quinquis Matthieu Implementing (de)hydration processes in a numerical model of subduction Susanne Buiter Osamu Ishizuka,Robert J. Stern, Sherman H. Bloomer, Patricia Fryer, Rosemary Hickey-Vargas, Teruaki Ishii, Katherine A. Kelley, Jun-Ichi Kimura, Yasuhiko Ohara, Melinda 57 Reagan Mark Geology, geochemistry, and origin of subduction-related lavas in the IBM fore-arc Woods 58 Resing Joseph Submarine Eruptions in the NE Lau Basin Forearc rifting in the southernmost Marianas Arc-Back Arc Basin system: Geochemical Osamu Ishizuka: Robert J. Stern : Yas Ohara: Mark Reagan: 59 Ribeiro Julia and petrographic features of young pillow lavas (Shinkai 6500, dive 1096) Sherman Bloomer 2O and CO2 solubility of arc magmas: Experiments at lower-pressure and greater 60 Roggensack Kurt compositional range needed to constrain natural melt inclusions Gordon Moore 61 Rondenay Stephane A seismological perspective on fluid transport in subduction zones. Volatile Outputs from Subduction-Related Magmatism in the Oregon Cascades 62 Ruscitto Dan Determined From Melt Inclusions and Magmatic Flux Estimates Paul Wallace 63 Ryan Jeffrey The Proxy Record for Subducted H2O from Fluid-Mobile Elements Ivan P. Savov 64 Saal Alberto GEOCHEMISTRY OF INTRA-BACK ARC BASALTS FROM THE ARGENTINE ANDES Frederick A. Frey, Erik Hauri New perspectives on slab dehydration and volatile fluxes from melt inclusion studies 65 Shaw Alison at the IBM and Central American subduction systems. Jacqueline E. Dixon, University of Miami, email@example.com Richard Kingsley, University of 66 Simons Kyla Li and H Stable Isotopes as Tracers of Subduction Dehydration Rhode Island, firstname.lastname@example.org 67 Song Slab Teh-Ru Alex Brightness and Arc Volcanism in Central America 68 Spiegelman Marc ArcFlow: Advanced models of flui d flow in subduction zones Peter van Keken, Brad Hacker 69 Stern Robert Co-author on abstract by Kimura B.R. Hacker, P.E. van Keken, H. Kawabata, R.J. Stern Mantle origin of arc basaltic-andesites at Volca n Chichinautzin, Central Mexican Arturo Gomez-Tuena, Georg F. Zellmer, Yue ‘Merry’ Cai, 70 Straub Susanne MVolcanic Belt Ramon Espinasa-Perena The Global Range of Subduction Zone Thermal Models and Implications for Water 71 Syracuse Ellen Recycling Geoffrey A. Abers, Peter E. van Keken, Bradley R. Hacker 72 Till Christy Experimental constraints on hydrous mantle melting at subduction zones Timothy L. Grove, T. Elkins-Tanton Hf isotopic evidence for small-scale heterogeneity in the mode of mantle wedge J. Gill; R. Wysoczanski; I. Wright; J. Gamble; J. Hergt; M. 73 Todd Emily enrichment: Southern Havre Trough back-arc Handler Baseline for marine seismic estimates of mantle serpentinization in the subducting 74 Van AvendonkHarm Cocos plate offshore Costa Rica and Nicaragua Steven Holbrook, Percy Denyer Slab-mantle decoupling and its implications for subduction zone thermal structure, 75 Wada Ikuko fluid supply and geophysical processes. Olivine-hosted melt inclusions confirm exist ence of two distinct primitive magma 76 Walker Jim types in Central America Kurt Roggensack Subduction-related volatile recycling and magma generation beneath central Mexico: Johnson, Emily R.; Delgado Granados, Hugo; Manea, Vlad C.; 77 Wallace Paul Insights from melt inclusions, oxygen isotopes and geodynamic models Kent, Adam J.R.; Bindeman, Ilya N. 78 Warren Jessica The Distribution of Water in Mantle Wedge Peridotites Eric Hauri 79 Watt Sebastian Explosive eruptions of primitive magmas in southern Chile David M. Pyle, Tamsin A. Mather An Experimental Investigation of Hydrous, Primitive Magmas from the Trans-Mexican 80 Weaver StephanieVolcanic Belt A. Dana Johnston, Paul Wallace 81 Weber Rachel Formation of High-Mg Andesites in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt Paul J. Wallace, A. Dana Johnston 82 Wiens Doug Passive seismic imaging of magmatic and fluid processes in the mantle wedge.
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