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GERM Database Search Results        
Reservoir Z Element Value Median SD Low High N Unit Info Reference Source(s)
Ocean Island Basalts   Ba/Rb   12.45 0.3     17   Hofmann & White 1983
Ocean Island Basalts 6 C       2000 6500   ppm Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). These values are taken from Hawaiian Ocean Island Basalt. Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 6 C 3.15             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Carbon in this particular case is given as CO2. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 6 C 48.9             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Carbon in this particular case is given as CO2. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 17 Cl 90           ppm Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). These volatile abundances are taken from Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 27 Co 0.0592             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Carbon in this particular case is given as CO. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 27 Co 1.51             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Carbon in this particular case is given as CO. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 9 F 35           ppm Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). These volatile abundances are taken from Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.9025             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular value is given as H2 (Pure Hydrogen Gas Emissions). Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 37.09             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular value is given as H2O. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 79.8             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.08             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular case is given as HCl. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.04             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular case is given as H2S gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.622             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular case is given as H2S gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H       0.4 0.9   wt% Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). These values are taken from Hawaiian Ocean Island Basalt. Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H       0.2 1   wt% Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.19             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular case is given as HF. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.1             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular case is given as HCl. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 1 H 0.49             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Hydrogen in this particular value is given as H2 (Pure Hydrogen Gas Emissions). Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S       200 1900   ppm Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). These values are taken from Hawaiian Ocean Island Basalt. Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S         3000   ppm Averages of typical pre-eruptive volatile abundances in magmas of OIB setting. The values reported are typically that of the melt phase (dissolved). Oppenheimer 2004 Johnson et al. 1993
Wallace & Anderson 2000
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S 0.309             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Sulfur in this particular case is given as S2 gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S 11.84             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Sulfur in this particular case is given as SO2 gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S 14.9             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1983. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type II Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Sulfur in this particular case is given as SO2 gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts 16 S 0.02             Compositional analyses of Ocean Island Basalt obtained by direct sampling of hot gas vents at Kiluaea Volcano 1918. Based on the geology of this region the volatile (Type I Gas) levels are consistent with those of any subducted continental margin.  Sulfur in this particular case is given as S2 gas. Oppenheimer 2004 Symonds et al. 1994
Ocean Island Basalts   Zn/Cd   94000 2800     18   Hofmann & White 1983
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