His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Hydrothermal circulation, Seawater, Methane and Mid-Atlantic Ridge. As part of his studies on Geochemistry, Jean-Luc Charlou often connects relevant areas like Back-arc basin. His biological study deals with issues like Abiogenic petroleum origin, which deal with fields such as Cold seep, Sulfide and Environmental chemistry.
His work in Methane addresses subjects such as Water column, which are connected to disciplines such as Clathrate hydrate. His Mid-Atlantic Ridge research includes elements of Basalt, Mantle and Ultramafic rock. He combines subjects such as Trace element and Mid-ocean ridge with his study of Ultramafic rock.
His primary areas of study are Hydrothermal circulation, Geochemistry, Oceanography, Mineralogy and Methane. His studies in Hydrothermal circulation integrate themes in fields like Seawater, Ridge and Ultramafic rock. He has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Geomorphology, Seafloor spreading and Back-arc basin.
His research integrates issues of Paleontology and Isotopes of oxygen in his study of Oceanography. His Methane research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Hydrate, Clathrate hydrate and Mud volcano. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Ridge are connected with Hydrography and other disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrothermal circulation, Mineralogy, Geochemistry, Abiogenic petroleum origin and Methane. His Hydrothermal circulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental chemistry, Mantle and Ultramafic rock. His research investigates the connection between Ultramafic rock and topics such as Abiotic component that intersect with problems in Geomorphology.
His Mineralogy research incorporates themes from Mass flux, Helium, Isotopes of helium, Plume and Seawater. His study in Geochemistry concentrates on Caldera and Volcano. His Methane study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrate, Clathrate hydrate and Repeatability.
Jean-Luc Charlou mainly focuses on Mineralogy, Hydrothermal circulation, Methane, Hydrothermal vent and Seawater. The Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Raman spectroscopy, Clathrate hydrate, Seabed, Plume and Advection. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry, Ecology and Geochemistry in addition to Hydrothermal circulation.
His Methane study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Natural gas, Sulfide, Molecular vibration and Mud volcano. The concepts of his Hydrothermal vent study are interwoven with issues in Seafloor spreading, Ridge, Petrology and Oceanic basin. The Abiogenic petroleum origin study combines topics in areas such as Isotopes of carbon, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Ultramafic rock and Ridge.
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Geochemistry of high H2 and CH4 vent fluids issuing from ultramafic rocks at the Rainbow hydrothermal field (36°14'N, MAR)
J.L Charlou;J.P Donval;Y Fouquet;P Jean-Baptiste.
Chemical Geology (2002)
The rainbow vent fluids (36°14′N, MAR): the influence of ultramafic rocks and phase separation on trace metal content in Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal fluids
E Douville;J.L Charlou;E.H Oelkers;P Bienvenu.
Chemical Geology (2002)
Compared geochemical signatures and the evolution of Menez Gwen (37°50′N) and Lucky Strike (37°17′N) hydrothermal fluids, south of the Azores Triple Junction on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
J.L Charlou;J.P Donval;E Douville;P Jean-Baptiste.
Chemical Geology (2000)
Methane discharge from a deep-sea submarine mud volcano into the upper water column by gas hydrate-coated methane bubbles
Eberhard J. Sauter;Sergey I. Muyakshin;Jean-Luc Charlou;Michael Schlüter.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
Hydrothermal methane venting between 12°N and 26°N along the Mid‐Atlantic Ridge
Jean-Luc Charlou;Jean-Pierre Donval.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
Hydrothermal vents near a mantle hot spot: the Lucky Strike vent field at 37°N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
C. Langmuir;S. Humphris;D. Fornari;C. Van Dover.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1997)
Hydrocarbons and oxidized organic compounds in hydrothermal fluids from Rainbow and Lost City ultramafic-hosted vents
Cécile Konn;Jean-Luc Charlou;Jean-Pierre Donval;Nils Holm.
Chemical Geology (2009)
Hydrothermal activity and metallogenesis in the Lau back-arc basin
Y. Fouquet;U. Von Stackelberg;J. L. Charlou;J. P. Donval.
Acidic and sulfate-rich hydrothermal fluids from the Manus back-arc basin, Papua New Guinea
Toshitaka Gamo;Kei Okamura;Jean-Luc Charlou;Tetsuro Urabe.
Evidence of methane venting and geochemistry of brines on mud volcanoes of the eastern Mediterranean Sea
J.L Charlou;J.P Donval;T Zitter;N Roy.
Deep Sea Research (2003)
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