How do serpentinized peridotites contribute to marine magnetic anomalies?

Author(s): Horen, H.; Oufi, O.; Cannat, Mathilde
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
URA, Laboratoire de Petrologie, Paris, France
Volume Title: 23rd general assembly of the European Geophysical Society; Part 1, Society symposia, solid Earth geophysics and geodesy
Source: Annales Geophysicae (1988), Vol.16(Suppl. 1), p.301; 23rd general assembly of the European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 20-24, 1998. Publisher: European Geophysical Society, Kathlenburg-Lindau, Federal Republic of Germany. ISSN: 0992-7689
Note: In English
Year of Publication: 1998
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 17 Geophysics, General; Atlantic Ocean; Crust; Geophysical methods; Igneous rocks; Induced magnetization; Leg 109; Leg 153; Magnetic anomalies; Magnetic properties; Magnetic susceptibility; Magnetization; Metasomatism; Mid-Atlantic Ridge; ODP Site 670; ODP Site 920; Ocean Drilling Program; Oceanic crust; Paleomagnetism; Peridotites; Plutonic rocks; Remanent magnetization; Sea-floor spreading; Serpentinization; Ultramafics
Coordinates: N230959 N231000 W0450155 W0450156
N232018 N232019 W0450102 W0450103
Record ID: 2000019371
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