Geochemistry Of Reduced Gas Related To Serpentinization Of The Zambales Ophiolite, Philippines

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Journal Article: Geochemistry Of Reduced Gas Related To Serpentinization Of The Zambales Ophiolite, Philippines

Abstract
Methane-hydrogen gas seeps with mantle-like C and noble gas isotopic characteristics issue from partially serpentinized ultramafic rocks in the Zambales ophiolite, Philippines. New measurements of noble gas and 14C isotope abundances, rock/mixed-volatile equilibrium calculations, and previous chemical and isotopic data suggest that these reduced gases are products of periodotite hydration. The gas seeps are produced in rock-dominated zones of serpentinization, and similar gases may be ubiquitous in ultramafic terranes undergoing serpentinization.

Authors 
T. A. Abrajano, N. C. Sturchio, B. M. Kennedy, G. L. Lyon, K. Muehlenbachs and J. K. Bohlke








Published Journal 
Applied Geochemistry, Date Not Provided





DOI 
10.1016/0883-2927(90)90060-I


 

Citation

T. A. Abrajano,N. C. Sturchio,B. M. Kennedy,G. L. Lyon,K. Muehlenbachs,J. K. Bohlke. . Geochemistry Of Reduced Gas Related To Serpentinization Of The Zambales Ophiolite, Philippines. Applied Geochemistry. (!) .