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Water Cooling for the Earth's Crust

News   Nov 23, 2017 | Original Story from Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel.

 
Water Cooling for the Earth's Crust

The hydrothermal circulation changes the ocean crust and increases the Chlorine (CL) concentration of the rocks by incorporation of sea water. The magma takes up parts of this crust leading to an increase of chlorine of the magma. If the magma erupts at the sea floor, basalt lava is formed that we sampled and investigated in detail. Credit: GEOMAR.

 
 
 

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