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IODP Proposal 927-pre: the TyrrhenIan Magmatism & Mantle Exhumation (TIME)

AuthorsZitellini, Nevio; Loreto, Maria Filomena; Ranero, César R. ; Prada, Manel ; Sallarès, Valentí ; Grevemeyer, Ingo
KeywordsMantle exhumation
Drilling
Vavilov plain
Issue Date12-Sep-2018
PublisherSocietà Geologica Italiana
CitationCongresso congiunto Società Geologica Italiana - Società Italiana di Mineralogia e Petrologia : Abstract book: 79 (2018)
AbstractThe main object of the Proposal 927-pre: “ TyrrhenIan Magmatism & Mantle Exhumation” (TIME) is the understanding of the relationship between the exhumed mantle rocks and the overlying basalts sampled in the Tyrrhenian Basin during the previous ODP Leg 107 (Kastens et al 1988).The scientific objectives of the proposal include studying the kinematics of the opening, the nature and timing of associated magmatism and the geochemistry and deformation of the exhumed mantle section.The proposal resulted from the outcome of the MagellanPlus Workshop “TyrrhenIan Magmatism & Mantle Exhumation” (TIME) sponsored by IODP and ECORD. The workshop was held in the Institute of Marine Science (ISMAR) of the National Council of the Italian Research (CNR) in Bologna on June 5-7, 2017. The proposal 927-pre was submitted on October. 2017 and received the recommendation for the development into a full proposal by the IODP STEP Panel on February 2018.The database used to conceive the drilling project is possibly one of the best available from a rifted basin. The basement of the Tyrrhenian basin has been dredged at highs and drilled in several campaigns, and the stratigraphy is reasonably well known from three previous drilling expeditions, DSDP leg 13, DSPD leg 42 and the ODP leg 107 It is available a full-coverage, high-resolution, multibeam bathymetry of the basin as well as a large data set of vintage and modern 2D MCS reflection profiles and seven regional wide-angle seismic profiles crossing the main geological domains (Moeller et al 2014; Prada et al 2016, 2018)
DescriptionCongresso congiunto Società Geologica Italiana (SGI) - Società Italiana di Mineralogia e Petrologia (SIMP), Geosciences for the environment, natural hazards and cultural heritage, 12-14 September 2018, Catania.-- 1 page
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3301/ABSGI.2018.02
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/192902
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