Marvin D. Lilley mostly deals with Hydrothermal circulation, Oceanography, Hydrothermal vent, Mineralogy and Mid-ocean ridge. Marvin D. Lilley has researched Hydrothermal circulation in several fields, including Volcano, Geochemistry, Seawater and Ridge. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecology, Deep sea communities and Vulcanian eruption in addition to Hydrothermal vent.
His study looks at the relationship between Mineralogy and topics such as Seamount, which overlap with Sink, Heterotroph and Dissolved organic carbon. His research integrates issues of Chemosynthesis, Seafloor spreading and Oceanic crust in his study of Mid-ocean ridge. His Lost City Hydrothermal Field study which covers Environmental chemistry that intersects with Ultramafic rock.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrothermal circulation, Geochemistry, Hydrothermal vent, Oceanography and Seawater. His research in Hydrothermal circulation intersects with topics in Volcano, Deep sea, Mid-ocean ridge, Mineralogy and Ridge. His Mid-ocean ridge research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vulcanian eruption, The arctic and Oceanic crust.
His study in Geochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seafloor spreading, Sediment, Geomorphology and Subduction. Marvin D. Lilley combines subjects such as Rift, Ecology, Carbon dioxide and Geophysics with his study of Hydrothermal vent. Marvin D. Lilley interconnects Dissolved organic carbon and Methane in the investigation of issues within Seawater.
Marvin D. Lilley mainly investigates Geochemistry, Hydrothermal circulation, Methane, Seafloor spreading and Fractionation. His Geochemistry research incorporates elements of Subduction and Sediment, Geomorphology. He has included themes like Ridge, Mid-ocean ridge and Submarine volcano in his Hydrothermal circulation study.
His Methane research incorporates themes from Deep sea and Carbon dioxide. As a part of the same scientific family, Marvin D. Lilley mostly works in the field of Deep sea, focusing on Autotrophic Processes and, on occasion, Oceanography. His work carried out in the field of Seafloor spreading brings together such families of science as Submarine eruption, Crust, Basalt, Mafic and Seawater.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Seafloor spreading, Hydrothermal vent, Volcano and Hydrothermal circulation. The Geochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Oceanography and Sediment. His Seafloor spreading study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Basement and Mafic.
His Hydrothermal vent study combines topics in areas such as Sulfide minerals and Mid-ocean ridge. As a member of one scientific family, Marvin D. Lilley mostly works in the field of Volcano, focusing on Lau Basin and, on occasion, Seamount and Hotspot. Marvin D. Lilley integrates several fields in his works, including Hydrothermal circulation and Basaltic rock.
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A Serpentinite-Hosted Ecosystem: The Lost City Hydrothermal Field
Deborah S. Kelley;Jeffrey A. Karson;Gretchen L. Früh-Green;Dana R. Yoerger.
An off-axis hydrothermal vent field near the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 30° N
Deborah S. Kelley;Jeffrey A. Karson;Donna K. Blackman;Gretchen L. Früh-Green.
Abiogenic hydrocarbon production at lost city hydrothermal field.
Giora Proskurowski;Giora Proskurowski;Marvin D. Lilley;Jeffery S. Seewald;Gretchen L. Früh-Green.
Volcanic eruption of the mid-ocean ridge along the East Pacific Rise crest at 9°45-52'N: Direct submersible observations of seafloor phenomena associated with an eruption event in April, 1991
R.M. Haymon;D.J. Fornari;K. L. Von Damm;M.D. Lilley.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1993)
Temporal and spatial patterns of biological community development at nascent deep-sea hydrothermal vents (9°50 N, East Pacific Rise)
Timothy M. Shank;Daniel J. Fornari;Karen L. Von Damm;Marvin D. Lilley.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (1998)
Biogeography and Ecological Setting of Indian Ocean Hydrothermal Vents
C. L. Van Dover;S. E. Humphris;D. Fornari;C. M. Cavanaugh.
Geochemistry of hydrothermal fluids from Axial Seamount hydrothermal emissions study vent field, Juan de Fuca Ridge: Subseafloor boiling and subsequent fluid‐rock interaction
David A. Butterfield;Gary J. Massoth;Russell E. McDuff;John E. Lupton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Anomalous CH 4 and NH 4 + concentrations at an unsedimented mid-ocean-ridge hydrothermal system
M. D. Lilley;D. A. Butterfield;E. J. Olson;J. E. Lupton.
Magmatic events can produce rapid changes in hydrothermal vent chemistry
Marvin D. Lilley;David A. Butterfield;David A. Butterfield;John E. Lupton;Eric J. Olson.
Seafloor eruptions and evolution of hydrothermal fluid chemistry
D. A. Butterfield;I. R. Jonasson;G. J. Massoth;R. A. Feely.
Philosophical transactions - Royal Society. Mathematical, physical and engineering sciences (1997)
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