Journal of Geological Research / 2011 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Thessaloniki Mud Volcano, the Shallowest Gas Hydrate-Bearing Mud Volcano in the Anaximander Mountains, Eastern Mediterranean

Table 2

(a) Trace element analysis of the mud flow in cores AX48GC1 and AX49GC1. (b) Main element analysis (%) of the rock clasts from core AX48-GC1.
(a)

CoreSample depth (cm)Ctot* %Corg* %S %Na2O %Mg %Sr %Rb %Zn ppmCu ppm

AX48GC19 cm2,570,370,271,480,1420,0220,088756
′′30 cm2,050,350,441,750,1460,0190,109478
′′65 cm2,200,320,481,620,1340,0270,0810074
′′110 cm1,700,320,401,750,1370,0230,0810478
AX49GC112 cm2,850,440,581,750,1510,0240,098973
′′50 cm2,250,480,621,750,1500,0230,0910272
′′70 cm1,450,390,481,750,1580,0160,088669
′′105 cm1,750,430,581,620,1460,0230,089476

(b)

Mineral%

Calcite57
Quartz12
Montmorillonite5
Kaolinite8
Glaucophane4
Albite6
SiO25
Dolomite3

*Ctot is total carbon, Corg is organic carbon.

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