I am happy to invite you to participate in the AGU22 session T014.Seamounts from birth to death (cross-listed in VGP)! Please submit your abstracts via www.agu.org/Fall-Meetinghttps://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting__;!!PvXuogZ4sRB2p-tU!DuC_fw56PqgKRy8PNluHBshjJ-XT34nz_zV52s1c01iumCdM5mr1_7H-xElvQUbIe9kf73jlRhMIO3IPMwtCv9I$ by August 3. The AGU Fall Meeting 2022 will be held in a hybrid format from 12 to 16 December 2022; the in-person meeting will be in Chicago. The registration rates are available at www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting/Pages/Attend/Register#rateshttps://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting/Pages/Attend/Register*rates__;Iw!!PvXuogZ4sRB2p-tU!DuC_fw56PqgKRy8PNluHBshjJ-XT34nz_zV52s1c01iumCdM5mr1_7H-xElvQUbIe9kf73jlRhMIO3IPaEqCTKc$
Session description:Volcanic seamounts are common features on the ocean floor that play an important role in a variety of geological processes within and beneath the oceanic lithosphere. Those processes include the seamounts formation (including magmatic sources and timing), temporal evolution (hydrothermal activity, cooling, subsequent subsidence and sedimentation), and ultimate recycling (subduction or accretion). The geological formation, evolution, and destruction of a seamount incorporate complex interrelationships between geochemical, geothermal, and geophysical processes. We solicit abstract submissions focused on all aspects of seamount life and utilizing a wide range of geoscience approaches (remote sensing, field observations, laboratory studies, computational modeling, and experimental methods), along multiple length- and timescales, to better characterize seamounts and their relationship with the oceanic lithosphere and underlying mantle.
We are looking forward to your contributions!
Lynne Elkins on behalf of the T014 conveners
Lynne J Elkinshttp://lynnejelkins.weebly.com/
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
BESY 304, UNL, 68588-0340