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The source of Yellowstone's heat U.S. Geological Survey

The source of Yellowstone's heat U.S. Geological Survey

Apr 16, 2018 New research suggests that Yellowstone's heat engine originates deep within the Earth. Yellowstone is a hotspot—an area of anomalously high temperatures and some melting within Earth's upper mantle (the layer between the crust and the core that makes up the bulk of Earth's volume). The intense heat generated by the hotspot causes melting of ...

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Response of mantle heat flux to plate evolution - Stein - Wiley

Response of mantle heat flux to plate evolution - Stein - Wiley

Dec 21, 2010 The heat flux from Model FS is greater and much steadier than either of the models that feature plates. By stabilizing the upper thermal boundary layer the plates act to diminish surface heat flow relative to the case with a free-slip boundary [Monnereau and Qur, 2001]. The surface and basal heat flux in Model EB is the most time-dependent.

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Melting the Earth's Upper Mantle - ScienceDirect

Melting the Earth's Upper Mantle - ScienceDirect

Jan 01, 2015 The part of the upper mantle beneath the lithosphere that deforms by plastic flow as a result of high temperatures at a depth in the earth. batch melting. A single stage melting process where the melt is in equilibrium with the solid residue and is removed in a single event. decompression melting.

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Thermal properties of the crust and the lithosphere

Thermal properties of the crust and the lithosphere

Jan 05, 2019 Heat flow and mantle heat flow calculations from our thermal models show that the main regional scale (~ 100 km scale) variability in heat flow from 45 to 55 mW/m 2 for the craton to 65–75 mW/m 2 for the Paleozoic Platform in Poland comes largely from some 20 mW/m 2 difference in the mantle heat flow between both areas. Upper crustal ...

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The crust and mantle of Mars Nature

The crust and mantle of Mars Nature

Jul 12, 2001 Abstract. Clues to the history of Mars are recorded in the chemistry and structure of the planet's crust and mantle. The mantle is the rocky, interior region of …

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Upper mantle structure of Mars from InSight seismic data

Upper mantle structure of Mars from InSight seismic data

Jul 23, 2021 The Interior Exploration Using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) mission touched down on Mars in Elysium Planitia at the end of 2018 and has been acquiring high-quality seismic data with the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure (SEIS) instrument since early 2019 (4, 5).SEIS’s main instrument is a three-component very …

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MANTLE HEAT FLOW - University of Michigan

MANTLE HEAT FLOW - University of Michigan

MANTLE HEAT FLOW HENRY N. POLLACK and DAVID S. CHAPMAN 1 Department of Geology and Mineralogy, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (USA) Received July 19, 1976 ... upper crustal heat production of 2.5/aW m -3 one would obtain a variation in q-o of only 7.5 mW m -2. As differences between provinces range up to several ...

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Mantle heat flow -

Mantle heat flow -

Mar 01, 1977 Mantle heat flow. A map of the heat flux out of the earth's mantle has been prepared by subtracting the heat flow arising in the earth's crust from the surface heat flow. In continental areas the crustal contribution of the enriched zone is determined from the parameters of the linear heat flow-heat production relationship q0 = q* + bA0 in ...

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Heat flow in the Bushveld Complex South Africa: implications for upper ...

Heat flow in the Bushveld Complex South Africa: implications for upper ...

Sep 01, 2017 Both lines of evidence lead to an estimated heat flux of ~17 mW m-2 for the mantle below the Kaapvaal Craton. The estimated thermal thickness of the Kaapvaal lithosphere (235 km) is similar to that defined on the basis of seismic tomography and magnetotelluric studies. ... This favours a chemical origin rather than a thermal origin for the ...

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Mantle heat flow - ScienceDirect

Mantle heat flow - ScienceDirect

The oceanic crustal heat flow contribution includes both heat liberated by cooling, which is a function of the age of the ocean floor, and a small radiogenic component. A spherical harmonic analysis to degree 18 of the computed 5 5 mantle heat flow values yields a mean of 48 mW m −2; the degree variance spectrum has prominent strength ...

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Upper-mantle thermochemical structure below North

Upper-mantle thermochemical structure below North

The rebound predictions employed here (Mitrovica Tamisiea, personal communication) are calculated using a simple two-layer approximation of the viscosity profile in the mantle, where the viscosity of the upper mantle is 0.3 10 21 Pa s and the viscosity of the lower mantle is 20 10 21 Pa s. An elastic lithosphere of thickness 96 km is ...

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Heat Transfer Mantle Plumes and heat flow Thermo-Chemical Mantle ...

Heat Transfer Mantle Plumes and heat flow Thermo-Chemical Mantle ...

The term convection is often used to describe heat transfer that occurs between an object and a fluid flowing across it. Convection is, in essence, a type of conduction. In convection heat is transported mostly by the movement of material, rather than by conduction. Convection in the Earth's mantle is the transport of heat by motion of the mantle.

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How Does The Mantle Affect The Crust - WhatisAnything

How Does The Mantle Affect The Crust - WhatisAnything

The transfer of heat and material in the mantle helps determine the landscape of Earth. Activity in the mantle drives plate tectonics, contributing to volcanoes, seafloor spreading, earthquakes, and orogeny (mountain-building). ... The special feature of the upper mantle is the asthenosphere. It is located just below the lithosphere and is made ...

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How Deep Is The Earths Upper Mantle - WhatisAnything

How Deep Is The Earths Upper Mantle - WhatisAnything

The upper mantle extends from the crust to a depth of about 410 kilometers (255 miles). The upper mantle is mostly solid, but its more malleable regions contribute to tectonic activity. Two parts of the upper mantle are often recognized as distinct regions in Earth’s interior: the lithosphere and the asthenosphere.

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