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Erik H. Hauri
Carnegie Institution for Science
GeologyBasaltGeochemistryMantle (geology)Geophysics
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#1M. E. Newcombe (UMD: University of Maryland, College Park)H-Index: 6
#2Terry Plank (LDEO: Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory)H-Index: 44
Last. Erik H. Hauri (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 64
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The syneruptive decompression rate of basaltic magma in volcanic conduits is thought to be a critical control on eruptive vigor. Recent efforts have constrained decompression rates using models of diffusive water loss from melt embayments, olivine-hosted melt inclusions and clinopyroxene phenocrysts; however, these techniques are difficult to apply because of the rarity of pyroxene crystals or melt embayments suitable for analysis and the complexities associated with modeling water loss from mel...
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#1Rebecca A. Fischer (Smithsonian Institution)H-Index: 14
#2Elizabeth Cottrell (Smithsonian Institution)H-Index: 23
Last. Marion Le Voyer (National Museum of Natural History)H-Index: 7
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Earth's core is likely the largest reservoir of carbon (C) in the planet, but its C abundance has been poorly constrained because measurements of carbon's preference for core versus mantle materials at the pressures and temperatures of core formation are lacking. Using metal-silicate partitioning experiments in a laser-heated diamond anvil cell, we show that carbon becomes significantly less siderophile as pressures and temperatures increase to those expected in a deep magma ocean during formati...
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#1Kathryn M. Kumamoto (University of Oxford)H-Index: 4
#2Jessica M. Warren (UD: University of Delaware)H-Index: 19
Last. Erik H. Hauri (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 64
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#1Erik H. HauriH-Index: 64
#2Elizabeth CottrellH-Index: 23
Last. Alberto E. SaalH-Index: 21
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#1Steven B. ShireyH-Index: 55
#2Karen V. SmitH-Index: 7
Last. Y. WeissH-Index: 9
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The authors thank the following institutions and individuals: our home institutions; SBS and EHH for support from the US National Science Foundation (EAR-104992); FN and PN for support from the European Research Council Starting Grant (#307322); Wuyi Wang and Tom Moses of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) for the support of the research projects undertaken by KVS and EMS; and SCK for the support of De Beers Technologies.
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#1Anna Barth (LDEO: Lamont–Doherty Earth Observatory)H-Index: 2
#2M. E. Newcombe (UMD: University of Maryland, College Park)H-Index: 6
Last. Erik H. Hauri (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 64
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Abstract Despite the strong theoretical basis for the importance of magma decompression rate in modulating the dynamics of explosive basaltic eruptions, few measurements exist. Here, we quantify magma decompression rate using the incomplete diffusive re-equilibration of water through olivine for two contrasting eruptions at Cerro Negro volcano in Nicaragua: the 1992 VEI 3 and 1995 VEI 2 eruptions. Both eruptions have the same basaltic composition (SiO2 ∼ 50 wt%) and maximum volatile concentratio...
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#1K. Shimizu (Brown University)H-Index: 3
#2Alberto E. Saal (Brown University)H-Index: 21
Last. Roger HékinianH-Index: 1
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Abstract Carbon content in the Earth's depleted upper mantle has been estimated in previous studies using CO 2 /Ba ratios of CO 2 undersaturated depleted mid-ocean ridge basalt (D-MORB) glasses and melt inclusions. However, CO 2 /Ba ratios in CO 2 undersaturated MORB may not necessarily record those of the mantle source, as they may be affected by (1) assimilation of Ba-rich plagioclase-bearing rocks in the oceanic crust and (2) CO 2 degassing through partial degassing and mixing. In this study,...
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#1Valentina Batanova (IFSTTAR)H-Index: 2
#2Jay Thompson (UTAS: University of Tasmania)H-Index: 11
Last. Alexander Sobolev (IFSTTAR)H-Index: 2
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A new olivine reference material – MongOL Sh11‐2 – for in situ analysis has been prepared from the central portion of a large (20 × 20 × 10 cm) mantle peridotite xenolith from a ~ 0.5 My old basaltic breccia at Shavaryn‐Tsaram, Tariat region, central Mongolia. The xenolith is a fertile mantle lherzolite with minimal signs of alteration. Approximately 10 g of 0.5–2 mm gem quality olivine fragments were separated under binocular microscope and analysed by EPMA, LA‐ICP‐MS, SIMS and bulk analytical ...
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#1M. Telus (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 1
#2C. M. O'd. Alexander (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 28
Last. Jianhua Wang (CIS: Carnegie Institution for Science)H-Index: 48
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Abstract To constrain the conditions of aqueous alteration in early planetesimals, we carried out in situ C and O isotope analyses of calcite and dolomite and O isotope analyses of magnetite from the highly altered CM chondrites ALH 83100, ALH 84034, and MET 01070. Petrographic and isotopic analyses of these samples support previous findings of multiple generations of carbonate growth. We observe wide ranges in the C and O isotope compositions of carbonates of up to 80‰ and 30‰, respectively, th...
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#1Suyu Fu (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 5
#2Jing Yang (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 11
Last. Jung-Fu Lin (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 38
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