The Mixing Zephyr Pages

Are up flow zones boundaries between adjacent hydrothermal systems? Geological and geochemical tests
Mixing Zephyr Program
Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge
Summer 1995

Spatial variability in vent fluid chemistry has been interpreted by ourselves and others as a result of a complex series of processes related to phase separation and segregation within the oceanic crust. This program examines an alternative hypothesis, that the spatial patterns seen are related to the mixing of fluids associated with two adjacent, independent hydrothermal convection cells.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, NSF Grant OCE-9406965
John Delaney (Chief Scientist), Russ McDuff and Marv Lilley, University of Washington
Dave Butterfield and John Lupton, NOAA PMEL
These pages still have gaps...
The Electronic Cruise Report
A summary of at-sea activity and primary data.
Dive 3000
During the second leg of the Mixing Zephyr program, ALVIN Dive 3000 took place. Some of the festivities.
Mapping Interface
Form-based front end to GMT routines for preparing track line maps.
Ideas to Ponder
Some memorable thoughts.

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