Solid Earth Sciences (S)
Session Sub-categoryCG
Session IDS-CG58
Title New Developments in fluid-rock Interactions: From Surface to Deep Subduction Zone
Short Title Fluid-rock interaction
Date & Time
PM1, PM2 Sun, 21 MAY
PM3 Sun, 21 MAY
AM2 Sunday, 21 MAY
Main ConvenerName Atsushi Okamoto
Affiliation Graduate School of Environmental Studies
Co-Convener 1Name Jun Muto
Affiliation Department of Earth Sciences, Tohoku University
Co-Convener 2Name Ikuo Katayama
Affiliation Department of Earth and Planetary Systems Science, Hiroshima University
Co-Convener 3Name Junichi Nakajima
Affiliation Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Session Language J
Scope Fluid circulation and fluid-mediated reactions and mass transport in the Earth's interior govern active phenomena within crust and mantle, such as earthquakes, volcanism, metamorphism, and formation of ore deposits. In this session, we will discuss the micro- to field-scale fluid-rock interactions related to chemical reactions, mass transport, deformation from near-surface to deep subduction zone, and their impact on global elemental cycles, surface environments and seismicity. Recent progress of various studies on fluid-rock interactions in geothermal systems, mineralization, serpentinization, carbonation, metamorphism and metasomatism in deep subduction zones are welcome. We would like to comprehensively discuss the impact of these processes on global element cycles, surface environments and seismic activities. We welcome research from various approaches such as field studies, laboratory experiments, geophysical observations, numerical simulations.
Presentation Format Oral and Poster
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