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Proceedings of the
International Ocean Discovery Program

Volume 366
Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount

Expedition 366 of the riserless drilling platform
Guam to Hong Kong
Sites 1200 and U1491–U1498
8 December 2016–7 February 2017

Volume authorship
Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists

Published by
International Ocean Discovery Program


Publisher’s notes

This publication was prepared by the JOIDES Resolution Science Operator (JRSO) at Texas A&M University (TAMU) as an account of work performed under the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). Funding for IODP is provided by the following international partners:

  • National Science Foundation (NSF), United States
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan
  • European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD)
  • Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), People’s Republic of China
  • Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM)
  • Australia-New Zealand IODP Consortium (ANZIC)
  • Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), India
  • Coordination for Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES), Brazil

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the participating agencies, TAMU, or Texas A&M Research Foundation.

The bulk of the shipboard-collected core data from this expedition is accessible at http://iodp.tamu.edu/database/index.html. If you cannot access this site or need additional data, please contact Data Librarian, International Ocean Discovery Program JOIDES Resolution Science Operator, Texas A&M University, 1000 Discovery Drive, College Station TX 77845-9547, USA. Tel: (979) 845-8495; Fax: (979) 458-1617; Email: database@iodp.tamu.edu.

A complete set of the logging data collected during the expedition is available at http://mlp.ldeo.columbia.edu/logdb/scientific_ocean_drilling. If you have problems downloading the data, wish to receive additional logging data, or have questions regarding the data, please contact Database Administrator, Borehole Research Group, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, PO Box 1000, 61 Route 9W, Palisades NY 10964, USA. Tel: (845) 365-8343; Fax: (845) 365-3182; Email: logdb@ldeo.columbia.edu.

Supplemental data were provided by the authors and may not conform to IODP publication formats.

JRSO expedition photos are the property of IODP and are public access.

Some core photographs have been tonally enhanced to better illustrate particular features of interest. High-resolution images are available upon request.

Cover photograph shows serpentinite muds that have experienced a range of oxidation-reduction conditions and striking color variations (Sections 366-U1492A-1H-1 through 1H-4). This core was recovered from the summit of Yinazao Seamount. Photo credit: Geoff Wheat and IODP JRSO.

Copyright

Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/deed.en_US). Unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction are permitted, provided the original author and source are credited.

Examples of how to cite this volume or part of this volume are available at http://publications.iodp.org/proceedings/366/366title.html#bib.

ISSN

World Wide Web: 2377-3189

Volume DOI

https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.2018

Publication date

7 February 2018


Contents

Expedition reports

Chapters

Expedition 366 summary
P. Fryer et al.
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Expedition 366 methods
P. Fryer et al.
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Site 1200
P. Fryer et al.
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Site U1491
P. Fryer et al.
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Site U1492
P. Fryer et al.
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Sites U1493, U1494, and U1495
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Site U1496
P. Fryer et al.
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Site U1497
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Site U1498
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pXRF and ICP-AES characterization of shipboard rocks and sediments: protocols and strategies
R.M. Johnston et al.
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Core descriptions

Visual core descriptions (VCDs) are presented in PDF files for each site. Smear slides and/or thin sections are presented in PDF and/or CSV files for each site and/or hole (CSV files are available in the CORES directory). The entire set of core images in PDF is available in the IMAGES directory.

Site U1491
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1492
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1493
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1494
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1495
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1496
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1497
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Site U1498
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides · Thin sections

Supplementary material

Supplementary material for the Volume 366 expedition reports includes a list of intervals removed from whole-round sections and DESClogik workbooks in Microsoft Excel format. A full list of directories can be found in SUPP_MAT in the volume zip folder or on the Supplementary material for Volume 366 expedition reports web page.

Expedition research results

Data reports

Data report: IODP Expedition 366 pore water trace element (V, Mo, Rb, Cs, U, Ba, and Li) compositions   
C. Geoffrey Wheat, Trevor Fournier, Claudia Paul, Catriona Menzies, Roy E. Price, Jeffrey Ryan, and Olivier Sissman
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Syntheses

Pending.

Drilling location maps

A site map showing the drilling locations for this expedition and maps showing the drilling locations of all International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) expeditions, produced using QGIS (http://www.qgis.org), and all Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, Ocean Drilling Program (ODP), and Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) expeditions, produced using Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) of Paul Wessel and Walter H.F. Smith (http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu), are available in PDF.


Dedication

The scientific ocean drilling community lost a generous, thoughtful friend on 5 May 2017 when Mike Storms lost a battle from complications arising from myelodysplastic syndrome.

Mike sailed on 48 scientific drilling expeditions (9 Deep Sea Drilling Project legs, 26 Ocean Drilling Program legs, 9 Integrated Ocean Drilling Program expeditions, and 4 International Ocean Discovery Program expeditions), spanning 47 years of service. He began his career working for the scientific community as a marine technician (an engineering aide) at the Deep Sea Drilling Project in 1970 and rose to the position of Supervisor of Operations Support at the International Ocean Discovery Program.

Mike’s last expedition, serving as Operations Superintendent, was Expedition 366, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount, which ended in Hong Kong on 7 February 2017. For 2 months we had the pleasure to live and work with Mike. We enjoyed listening to stories of Mike’s new life in Washington at his favorite table in the galley or watching and cheering one of the many college and professional football teams during the bowl season, joking about the daily revision in the operational plan, and relaxing on the sofa while engaging in discussion of the latest political mess.

Expedition 366 was a challenging expedition for all, with many complications that required multiple late-night/early-morning wake up calls. Mike would lament about the hours he spent in bed watching RigWatch, wondering what was going to happen (crater?) next. Through it all he helped guide us, providing clear plans and options without which we would have been truly lost. His patient, professional advice and guidance allowed us to succeed, despite the challenges of the drilling operations, leaving three new legacy boreholes that will be used by the international community for decades to come.

Mike was like family, more than a shipmate. He helped us ring in a new year and a new chapter in the discovery of the world’s deepest subduction zone. He will be missed.


Acknowledgments

This research used samples and data provided by the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). We thank all of the personnel aboard the R/V JOIDES Resolution during Expedition 366 for their skill and dedication. Particular thanks go to the Technical Support staff for the quality and timeliness of their work. We greatly appreciate the qualified advice from the entire drilling crew and their efforts to core the very challenging serpentinite mudflows and to emplace casing in three sites for seafloor observatory use. The success of the expedition was also enabled by the help of the Environmental Protection and Safety Panel, which allowed us to readjust our drilling strategies even during the expedition. We thank Drs. Adrian Oakley, Brian Taylor, Gregory Moore, and Andrew Goodliffe for the acquisition and interpretation of multichannel seismic data provided for preparation for this expedition. The editorial staff at the IODP JOIDES Resolution Science Operator at Texas A&M University is thanked for support with publication of this document. We thank Emilia Salgueiro, Marine Geology and Georesources, Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, and José-Abel Flores, University of Salamanca, Spain, for description of fossils in Section 366-U1491C-2H-CC, 1–7 cm.


Foreword

The International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) represents the latest incarnation of almost five decades of scientific ocean drilling excellence and is generally accepted as the most successful international collaboration in the history of the Earth sciences. IODP builds seamlessly on the accomplishments of previous phases: the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Ocean Drilling Program, and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. The 2013–2023 IODP Science Plan (Illuminating Earth’s Past, Present, and Future) defines four themes and thirteen challenges for this decade of scientific ocean drilling that are both of fundamental importance in understanding how the Earth works and of significant relevance to society as the Earth changes, at least in part in response to anthropogenic forcing. This phase of IODP represents a renewed level of international collaboration in bringing diverse drilling platforms and strategies to increasing our understanding of climate and ocean change, the deep biosphere and evolution of ecosystems, connections between Earth’s deep processes and surface manifestations, and geologically induced hazards on human timeframes.

The Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program presents the scientific and engineering results of IODP drilling projects, expedition by expedition. As in the preceding Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, expeditions in the new IODP are conducted by three implementing organizations, each providing a different drilling capability. These are the US Implementing Organization (USIO; through September 2014) and the JOIDES Resolution Science Operator (JRSO; as of October 2014), providing the leased commercial vessel JOIDES Resolution for riserless drilling operations; JAMSTEC’s Center for Deep Earth Exploration (CDEX), providing the drillship Chikyu for riser and occasional riserless operations; and the European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD) Science Operator (ESO), providing “mission-specific” platforms (MSPs) for expeditions that extend the IODP operational range where neither drillship is suitable, for example, in polar environments and in shallow waters. Scheduling decisions for each capability are made by three independent Facility Boards, each of which includes scientists, operators, and platform funding partners: the JOIDES Resolution Facility Board (JRFB), Chikyu IODP Board (CIB), and ECORD Facility Board (EFB). At the beginning of the new IODP, the three Facility Boards agreed to utilize Publication Services at the USIO and now the JRSO for production of all expedition Proceedings volumes and reports.

The new IODP differs from prior scientific ocean drilling programs in that it has neither a central management organization nor commingled funding for program-wide activities. Yet this phase of IODP retains a fundamental integrative structural element: a “bottom-up” evaluation of all proposals for drilling expeditions by a single advisory structure composed of scientists representing all international program partners. International scientists may submit drilling proposals to the Science Support Office; all submitted proposals are then evaluated by a Science Evaluation Panel in the context of the Science Plan.

The new IODP also has a second internationally integrative level for high-level discussion and consensus-building: the IODP Forum. The Forum is charged with assessing program-wide progress toward achieving the Science Plan. At present, IODP involves 26 international financial partners, including the United States, Japan, an Australia/New Zealand consortium (ANZIC), Brazil, China, India, South Korea, and the eighteen members of ECORD (Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom). This enhanced membership in the new IODP represents a remarkable level of international collaboration that remains one of the greatest ongoing strengths of scientific ocean drilling.

James A. Austin Jr.
Chair, IODP Forum


Reviewers for this volume

Marguerite Godard
Rebecca Robinson
Marta E. Torres


International Ocean Discovery Program

JOIDES Resolution Science Operator

Website: http://iodp.tamu.edu

IODP JRSO

International Ocean Discovery Program

Texas A&M University

1000 Discovery Drive

College Station TX 77845-9547

USA

Tel: (979) 845-2673; Fax: (979) 845-4857

Email: information@iodp.tamu.edu

IODP JRSO Curation and Laboratories

IODP Gulf Coast Repository (GCR)

Texas A&M University

1000 Discovery Drive

College Station TX 77845-9547

USA

Tel: (979) 845-8490; Fax: (979) 845-1303

Email: rumford@iodp.tamu.edu

European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling, Science Operator (ESO)

Website: http://www.ecord.org

IODP ESO Coordinator: Science, Logistics, and Operations

British Geological Survey

The Lyell Centre

Research Avenue South

Edinburgh EH14 4AP

United Kingdom

Tel: (44) 131-667-1000; Fax: (44) 131-668-4140

Email: eso@bgs.ac.uk

IODP ESO Petrophysics

European Petrophysics Consortium

Department of Geology

University of Leicester

Leicester LE1 7RH

United Kingdom

Tel: (44) 116-252-3611; Fax: (44) 116-252-3918

Email: sjd27@leicester.ac.uk

IODP ESO Curation and Laboratories

IODP Bremen Core Repository (BCR)

Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM)

University of Bremen

Leobener Strasse

28359 Bremen

Germany

Tel: (49) 421-218-65560; Fax: (49) 421-218-98-65560

Email: bcr@marum.de

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

Website: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/chikyu/e

IODP Japan Science Operator

Center for Deep Earth Exploration (CDEX)

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Yokohama Institute for Earth Sciences

3175-25 Showa-machi

Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama

Kanagawa 236-0001

Japan

Tel: (81) 45-778-5643; Fax: (81) 45-778-5704

Email: cdex@jamstec.go.jp

IODP Japan Curation and Laboratories

IODP Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research (KCC)

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

200 Monobe Otsu

3175-25 Showa-machi

Nankoku City, Kochi 783-8502

Japan

Tel: (81) 88-864-6705; Fax: (81) 88-878-2192

Email: kcc.contact@jamstec.go.jp


Expedition 366 participants*

Expedition 366 scientists

Patricia Fryer

Co-Chief Scientist

Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology/SOEST

University of Hawaii at Manoa

USA

pfryer@soest.hawaii.edu

C. Geoffrey Wheat

Co-Chief Scientist

College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences

University of Alaska Fairbanks

USA

wheat@mbari.org

Trevor Williams

Expedition Project Manager/Staff Scientist

International Ocean Discovery Program

Texas A&M University

USA

williams@iodp.tamu.edu

Elmar Albers

Core Description

Department of Geosciences

University of Bremen

Germany

e.albers@uni-bremen.de

Barbara Bekins

Petrophysics Specialist/ Downhole Tools Specialist

Water Resources

United States Geological Survey

USA

babekins@usgs.gov

Baptiste P.R. Debret

Core Description

Department of Earth Sciences

University of Cambridge

United Kingdom

ba.debret@gmail.com

Jianghong Deng

Core Description

School of Earth and Space Sciences

University of Science and Technology of China

China

jhdeng0507@163.com

Yanhui Dong

Core Description

Key Laboratory of Submarine Geoscience

Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration

China

luster15991@163.com

Philip Eickenbusch

Microbiologist

Department of Environmental Systems Science

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

Switzerland

philip.eickenbusch@usys.ethz.ch

Emanuelle A. Frery

Core Description

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Australia

emanuelle.frery@csiro.au

Yuji Ichiyama

Core Description

Department of Earth Sciences

Chiba University

Japan

ichiyamay@earth.s.chiba-u.ac.jp

Kevin Johnson

Core Description

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Hawaii at Mānoa

USA

kjohnso2@hawaii.edu

Raymond M. Johnston

Core Description

School of Geosciences

University of South Florida, Tampa

USA

johnsto3@mail.usf.edu

Richard T. Kevorkian

Microbiologist

Department of Microbiology

University of Tennessee

USA

rtkevork@gmail.com

Walter Kurz

Igneous Petrologist/Metamorphic Petrologist

Institute of Earth Sciences

University of Graz

Austria

walter.kurz@uni-graz.at

Vitor Magalhaes

Petrophysics Specialist

Marine Geology and Georesources

Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera

Portugal

vitor.magalhaes@ipma.pt

Simone S. Mantovanelli

Paleomagnetist

Oceanographic Institute of São Paulo University

Brazil

sonvesso@gmail.com

Walter Menapace

Petrophysics Specialist

Marine Engineering Geology/Marine Geotechnics

University of Bremen

Germany

wmenapace@marum.de

Catriona D. Menzies

Inorganic Geochemist

Ocean and Earth Science

National Oceanography Centre

University of Southampton

United Kingdom

c.menzies@soton.ac.uk

Katsuyoshi Michibayashi

Core Description

Institute of Geosciences

Shizuoka University

Japan

michibayashi@shizuoka.ac.jp

Craig L. Moyer

Microbiologist

Biology Department

Western Washington University

USA

cmoyer@hydro.biol.wwu.edu

Kelli K. Mullane

Microbiologist

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

University of California, San Diego

USA

kmullane@ucsd.edu

Jung-Woo Park

Core Description

School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Seoul National University

Republic of Korea

jung-woo.park@snu.ac.kr

Roy E. Price

Inorganic Geochemist

School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

State University of New York, Stony Brook

USA

roy.price@stonybrook.edu

Jeffrey G. Ryan

Inorganic Geochemist

School of Geosciences

University of South Florida, Tampa

USA

ryan@mail.usf.edu

John W. Shervais

Igneous Petrologist

Department of Geology

Utah State University

USA

john.shervais@usu.edu

Shino Suzuki

Microbiologist

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Japan

sisuzuki@jamstec.go.jp

Olivier J. Sissmann

Organic Geochemist

IFP Energies Nouvelles

France

olivier.sissmann@ifpen.fr

Ken Takai

Microbiologist

Subground Animalcule Retrieval Project

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Japan

kent@jamstec.go.jp

Bastien Walter

Petrophysics Specialist

Ecole Nationale Superieure de Geologie

Universite de Lorraine

France

bastien.walter@univ-lorraine.fr

Rui Zhang

Microbiologist

State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Sciences

Xiamen University

China

ruizhang@xmu.edu.cn

Education and outreach

Martin Böttcher

Rabanus-Maurus-Schule

Fulda

Germany

mboceanethics@gmail.com

Kristen Weiss

Center for Ocean Solutions

Stanford University

USA

kristencheriweiss@gmail.com

*Affiliations at time of expedition, except where updated by participants.

Operational and technical staff

Siem Offshore AS officials

Steve Bradley

Master of the Drilling Vessel

Wayne Malone

Offshore Installation Manager

JRSO shipboard personnel and technical representatives

Timothy Blaisdell

Applications Developer

Lisa Brandt

Chemistry Laboratory

Lisa Crowder

Assistant Laboratory Officer

Aaron de Loach

Core Laboratory

Keith Dupuis

Underway Geophysics Laboratory

Timothy Fulton

Senior Imaging Specialist

Clayton Furman

Schlumberger Logging Engineer

Randy Gjesvold

Marine Instrumentation Specialist

Sandra Herrmann

Assistant Laboratory Officer

Michael Hodge

Marine Computer Specialist

Jon Howell

Applications Developer

Minh Nhut Huynh

Marine Computer Specialist

Rhonda Kappler

Publications Specialist

Nicolette Lawler

X-Ray Laboratory

Brittany Martinez

Curatorial Specialist

Aaron Mechler

Chemistry Laboratory

Mike Meiring

Engineer

William Mills

Laboratory Officer

Beth Novak

Paleomagnetism Laboratory

Bill Rhinehart

Engineer

Patrick Riley

Core Laboratory (temporary)

Michael Storms

Operations Superintendent

Johanna Suhonen

Thin Section Laboratory (temporary)

Garrick Van Rensburg

Marine Instrumentation Specialist

IODP Publication Services staff*

Douglas Cummings

Graphics Specialist II

Gudelia (“Gigi”) Delgado

Publications Coordinator

Ekanta Desai

Graphics Specialist II

Patrick H. Edwards

Production Editor IV

Jaime A. Gracia

Supervisor of Production and Graphics

Jenni Hesse

Editor III

Rhonda Kappler

Graphics Specialist III

Shana C. Lewis

Editor III

Ginny Lowe

Reports Coordinator

Amy McWilliams

Supervisor of Editing

Julie Myers

Production Editor II

Lorri Peters

Manager of Publication Services

Kenneth Sherar

Production Editor III

Alyssa Stephens

Graphics Specialist III

Crystal Wolfe

Production Editor III

Jean Wulfson

Graphics Specialist III

Ann Yeager

Distribution Specialist

*At time of publication.

Expedition-related bibliography*

IODP publications

Scientific Prospectus

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., and Williams, T., 2016. Expedition 366 Scientific Prospectus: Mariana Serpentine Mud Volcanism. International Ocean Discovery Program. http://dx.doi.org/10.14379/iodp.sp.366.2016

Preliminary Report

Fryer, P., Wheat, G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2017. Expedition 366 Preliminary Report: Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. International Ocean Discovery Program. http://dx.doi.org/10.14379/iodp.pr.366.2017

Scientific Drilling journal

Pending.

Proceedings volume

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.2018

Expedition reports

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Expedition 366 summary. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.101.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Expedition 366 methods. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.102.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site 1200. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.103.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site U1491. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.104.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site U1492. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.105.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Sites U1493, U1494, and U1495. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.106.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site U1496. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.107.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site U1497. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.108.2018

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., Albers, E., Bekins, B., Debret, B.P.R., Deng, J., Dong, Y., Eickenbusch, P., Frery, E.A., Ichiyama, Y., Johnson, K., Johnston, R.M., Kevorkian, R.T., Kurz, W., Magalhaes, V., Mantovanelli, S.S., Menapace, W., Menzies, C.D., Michibayashi, K., Moyer, C.L., Mullane, K.K., Park, J.-W., Price, R.E., Ryan, J.G., Shervais, J.W., Sissmann, O.J., Suzuki, S., Takai, K., Walter, B., and Zhang, R., 2018. Site U1498. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.109.2018

Johnston, R.M., Ryan, J.G., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. pXRF and ICP-AES characterization of shipboard rocks and sediments: protocols and strategies. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.110.2018

Supplementary material

Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. Supplementary material, https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366supp.2018. Supplement to Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.366.2018

Expedition research results

Johnston, R.M., Ryan, J.G., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. pXRF and ICP-AES characterization of shipboard rocks and sediments: protocols and strategies. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.366.110.2018

Wheat, C.G., Fournier, T., Paul, C., Menzies, C., Price, R.E., Ryan, J., and Sissman, O., 2018. Data report: IODP Expedition 366 pore water trace element (V, Mo, Rb, Cs, U, Ba, and Li) compositions. In Fryer, P., Wheat, C.G., Williams, T., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, Mariana Convergent Margin and South Chamorro Seamount. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 366: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.366.201.2018

Syntheses

Pending.

Journals/Books

Walter, S.R.S., Jaekel, U., Osterholz, H., Fisher, A.T., Huber, J.A., Pearson, A., Dittmar, T., and Girguis, P.R., 2018. Microbial decomposition of marine dissolved organic matter in cool oceanic crust. Nature Geoscience, 11:334–339. https://doi.org/​10.1038/​s41561-018-0109-5

Conferences

American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2017

Fryer, P.B., Wheat, C.G., and Williams, T., 2017. IODP Expedition 366 reveals widespread seamount subduction effects in the Mariana forearc [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS52A-03) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS52A-03.html

Johnston, R., and Ryan, J.G., 2017. Variability of As and other fluid-mobile trace elements (FME) in Mariana forearc serpentinites and entrained crustal rocks [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS53D-1235) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS53D-1235.html

Kurz, W., Micheuz, P., Grunert, P., Auer, G., and Reuter, M., 2017. Seamount subduction and serpentinite mud volcanisms in the Mariana convergent margin system: time constraints from micropaleontological studies (IODP Expedition 366) [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS53D-1238) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS53D-1238.html

Magalhaes, V.H., Freitas, M., Azevedo, M.R., Pinheiro, L.M., Salgueiro, E., and Abrantes, F.F.G., 2017. Comparison of authigenic carbonates formation at mud volcanoes and pockmarks in the Portuguese margin vs. at the Yinazao serpentinite mud volcano in the Marianas forearc [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS53D-1237) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS53D-1237.html

Ryan, J.G., Menzies, C.D., Teagle, D.A.H., Price, R.E., Sissmann, O., Wheat, C.G., and Boyce, A., 2017. Chemistry and isotopic composition of slab-derived fluids from serpentine mud volcanoes in the Mariana forearc [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS53D-1239) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS53D-1239.html

Savov, I.P., 2017. Forearc serpentinites as probes into the chemical, petrological and biological diversity of subduction zones [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS52A-02) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS52A-02.html

Wheat, C.G., Ryan, J., Menzies, C.D., Price, R.E., and Sissmann, O., 2017. Systematics of alkali metals in pore fluids from serpentinite mud volcanoes: IODP Expedition 366 [presented at the 2017 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 11–15 December 2017]. (Abstract OS53D-1236) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2017/​FM/​OS53D-1236.html

European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2018

Albers, E., Klein, F., Bach, W., and the Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. Carbonate–silicate–sulfate veins in metavolcanic clasts recovered from serpentinite mud volcanoes in the Mariana forearc (IODP Exp. 366). Geophysical Research Abstracts, 20:EGU2018-13879-1. https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/​EGU2018/​EGU2018-13879-1.pdf

Kurz, W., Grunert, P., Auer, G., Reuter, M., and IODP Expedition 366 Scientists, 2018. Seamount subduction and exhumation by serpentinite mud volcanism in the Mariana convergent margin system. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 20:EGU2018-6156-1. https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/​EGU2018/​EGU2018-6156-1.pdf

*The Expedition-related bibliography is continually updated online. Please send updates to PubCrd@iodp.tamu.edu.