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Fluid Chemistry of Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Vents: A Comparison between Numerical Modeling and Vent Geochemical Data

Figure 1

Temperature stability constraints for minerals occurring in hydrothermally altered mid-ocean ridge basalts. Full black lines: upper and/or lower stability constraints of the phase added in the code according to alteration mineralogy data after 1Arnold et al. [39], 2Lonsdale et al. [40], 3Henley and Ellis [41], 4Jenkins et al. [42], 5Reyes [43], 6Hannington et al. [44], 7White and Hedenquist [45], 8Jové and Hacker [46], 9Chipera and Apps [47], 10Bird and Spieler [48], 11Monecke et al. [49], 12Hodgkinson et al. [50], and 13Thien et al. [51]. Dashed grey lines: nonconstrained mineral phase. Ideal solid solution endmembers: aCa-beidellite, Ca-nontronite, Mg-beidellite, Mg-nontronite, K-beidellite, K-nontronite, Na-beidellite, and Na-nontronite; bCa-saponite, Fe-saponite, Mg-saponite, K-saponite, and Na-saponite; cCa-montmorillonite, Mg-montmorillonite, K-montmorillonite, and Na-montmorillonite; and dCa-chabazite and Na-chabazite.

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