“Equator Crossing” of Shatsky Rise?: New insights on Shatsky Rise tectonic motion from the downhole magnetic architecture of the uppermost lava sequences at Tamu Massif
Figure S1: Diagrams showing how we can uniquely determine the polarity and hemisphere origins of magnetized layer from GPIT signals in a borehole. (1.154Mb)
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KeywordIntegrated Ocean Drilling Program; Downhole logging; Large igneous province; Magnetic architecture
Shatsky Rise is a Large Igneous Province (LIP) currently located in the northwestern Pacific. New downhole magnetic logging data from Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Hole U1347A at Tamu Massif of Shatsky Rise captured the magnetic architecture in the uppermost lava sequence, providing a rare opportunity to investigate a time series of the intra-plate volcanism in conjunction with the Pacific plate construction history centered at the triple junction. Logging data results indicate that Tamu Massif was formed during normal polarity periods south of the paleoequator and crossed the equator at some point in the M19–M17 period. Combining these new observations with previous interpretations of the massif's tectonic history, a time series of the latitudinal tectonic motion of a LIP and the underlying Pacific plate during the plateau formation is postulated.
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Suggested CitationArticle: Tominaga, Masako, Evans, Helen F., Iturrino, Gerardo, "“Equator Crossing” of Shatsky Rise?: New insights on Shatsky Rise tectonic motion from the downhole magnetic architecture of the uppermost lava sequences at Tamu Massif", Geophysical Research Letters 39 (2012): L21301, DOI:10.1029/2012GL052967, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/5595
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