Behaviour of water and fluid-mobile elements in subduction zones

 

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Arc volcanoes discharge large quantities of H2O, CO2 and  SO2. Some volcanoes discharge huge SO2, some are not. Some arcs are very fertile in base metals, producing many metallic deposits. I am interested in understanding the reasons why some arcs are very fertile, how metallic elements are transferred from subducting slabs to arc magmas via sub-arc mantle (i.e., element recycling), how volatile elements are subducted and moved to the interior of mantle wedges where arc magmas are generated..

 

To understand the processes and paths, I examine forearc mantle peridotites (serpentinites, xenoliths) and primitive arc magmas.

 

The research involves the following areas of study.

 

Study 1. Study of forearc mantle peridotites (Himalayas, Alps, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Japan, Newfoundland, Turkey, eastern China).
Serpentin is stable down to a depth of ~ 130 km and contain high contents of water (up to 17  wt%). Therefore, serpentin is a reservoir of water and fluid-mobile elements in the mantle. A layer of serpentinites forms at the base of mantle wedges as subducting slabs release water and fluid-mobile elements,, such as arsenic, antimony, strontium and lead. The serpentinites are dragged down to deep levels by mantle corner flow and eventually dehydrated back to anhydrous phases. The dehydration of forearc mantle serpentinites discharges water to the interior of mantle wedges, which results in partial melting of arc magmas.

 

Forarc mantle peridotites are brought up to the surface as xenoliths and also as massifs in ophiolitic terranes. They provide information about the geochemical processes in subduction zones
Jian Wang studied the compositions of subarc mantle as his PhD thesis project. His work  has been published in Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Lithos and Mineralogy and Petrology.  He is currently Professor at Jilin University.

 


Study 2. Composition of primitive arc magmas and subarc mantle- jump to the list

The composition of subarc mantle is studied using primitive arc magmas and xenoliths that were brought up to the surface by explosive arc igneous rocks.

 

Cees Jan de Hoog carried out a study, primitive mafic magmas at Mount Pinatubo. His research is mainly based on the compositions of melt inclusions.

 

 

Study of mantle wedges, active continent margins, element transfer during subduction

Page, L.,  Hattori, K., 2019. Halogens in abyssal serpentinites from oceanic ridges to subduction zones. Minerals. Vol 9, no. 61.doi: 10.3390/min9010061. Pdf file

Page, L., Hattori, K., Guillot, S., 2018. Mantle wedge serpentinites: a transient reservoir of halogens, boron and nitrogen for the deeper mantle. Geology, vol. 46, p. 883-886. doi.org/10.1130/G45204.1

Liu, J., Wang, J., Hattori, K., Wang, Z., Zhang, H. 2018. Earth Paleozoic sub-arc chromitite-bearing peridotite in the Kudi ophiolite on the westernmost Tibetan Plateau. International Geology Review. on-line published on July 12, 2018,  Doi: 10.1080/00206814.2018.1493623

Kouketsu, Y., Hattori, K., Guillot, S., 2017. Protolith of the Stak eclogite in northwestern Himalaya. Italian Journal of Geoscience. Vol 136, p. 64-72.  pdf of abstract, pdf of the article (11 mb)

Liu, J., Hattori, K., Wang, J., 2017. Mineral inclusions in chromite from the chromite deposit in the Kudi ophiolite, Tibet, Proto-Tethys. Acta Geologica Sinica. Vol. 91 (2) p. 469-485.

Page, L., and Hattori, K., 2017.  Tracing shallow and deep cycling of halogens (F, Cl, Br, and I) and B in subduction zones: Insights from abyssal subducted and forearc serpentinites of the Dominican Republic. Scientific Reports from Nature Publication. Vol. 7: 17776d, diuL 10.1038/s41598-017-18139-7. Pdf file.

Merkulova, M., Munoz, M., Brunet, F., Vidal, O., Hattori, K., Vantelon, D., Trcera, N, Huthwelker, T. 2017.  Experimental insight into redox transfer by iron- and sulfur-bearing serpentinite dehydration in subduction zones. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 479, p. 133-143.

Page, L., Hattori, K., DeHoog, J.C.M., Okay, A., 2016. Halogen transfer from a slab to the mantle evidenced from lawsonite blueschist in western Turkey. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 442 p. 133-142.  Pdf

Kalacheva, E., Taran, Y., Kotenko, T., Hattori, K., Kotenko, L., Solis-Pichardo, G., 2016. Volcano-hydrothermal system of Ebeko volcano, Paramushir, Kuril Islands: geochemistry and solute fluxes of magmatic chlorine and sulfur. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, vol. 310, p. 118-131. Pdf of abstract

Kouketsu, Y., Hattori, K., Guillot, S., Rayner, N., 2016. Eocene to Oligocene retrogression and recrystallization of the Stak eclogite in northwest Himalaya.  Revision, Lithos, vol. 240, p. 155-166. Pdf of abstract

Xie, Zhipeng, Wang, J., Hattori, K., 2016. Cumulates of arc magmas incorporated into the Sulu UHP metamorphic belt, Eastern China. International Geology Review. Vol. 58 (6) p.703-718. doi: 10.1080/00206814.2015.1101623. Pdf of abstract

Kagoshima, T., Sano, Y., Takahata, N., Maruoko, T., Fischer, T.P. and Hattori, K., 2015.  Sulphur geodynamic cycle.  Nature Scientific Report 5:8330. doi: 10.1038/srep08330, pdf file

Page, Lilianne, Hattori, K., de Hoog, J.C.M., Okay, A., 2015. Halogens, B and Li in lawsonite blueschists. Goldschmidt Meeting, Prague. Abstract pdf.

DeHoog, C.J., Hattori, K., Jung, H., 2014. Titanium- and water-rich metamorphic olivine in high-pressure serpentinites from the Voltri Massif (Ligurian Alps, Italy): evidence for deep subduction of high-field strength and fluid-mobile elements. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology. vol. 167, no. 3,  pp. 1-15  DOI 10.1007/s00410-014-0990-x. pdf

Sano, Y., Hara, T., Takahata, N., Kawagucci, S., Honda, M., Nishio, Y., Tanigawa, W., Hasegawa, A., Hattori, K., 2014.  Helium-3 anomaly suggest a fluid pathway from mantle to trench during the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake.  Nature Communication 5: # 3084 , DOI: 10.1038/ncomms4084 Pdf file. Supplemental material

Hattori, K., 2014. Serpentinites, a Transient reservoir of fluid-mobile elements in the mantle: Clue to the creation of metal-fertile belts.  Goldschmidt 2014 meeting. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4554.6247. p.929, 

Hattori, K., DeHoog, J.C.M., 2014. Metamorphic olivine: a vehicle to transfer volatiles to the deep mantle (invited presentation, 22g). Goldschmidt 2014 meeting. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3506.0481, p.930

Kagoshima, T., Sano, Y., Takahata, N., Maruoka, T., Fischer, T.P., Hattori, K., 2014. Mantle sulfur flux at mid-oceanic ridges and arc volcanoes. 11th Annual Asia Oceania Geoscience Society, Sapporo.  

Kouketsu, Y., Hattori, K., Guillot, S., Rayner, N., 2014. Recrystallization and retrogression of the Stak eclogite base on residual pressure of quartz enclosed by garnet.  29th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Conference, Lucca, Italy. Italian Journal of Geoscience,

Guillot, S., Schulmann, K., Hattori, K., Lexa, O., Janoušek, V., Maierová, P., Replumaz, A., Stipska, P., 2014. Significance of HP to UHP metamorphism along the Himalaya- what we learn from the Bohemian massif. 29th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Conference, Lucca, Italy. Italian Journal of Geoscience.

Page, L., Hattori, K., 2013.  Fluorine, Cl, Br and I in serpentinites. 2013 Goldschmidt Conference. Pdf file

Guillot, S.,  Hattori, K., 2013.  Serpentinites: Essential roles in geodynamics, arc volcanism, sustainable development, and the origin of life. Elements, vol. 9, no. 2, p. 95-98. Doi: 10.2113/gselements.9.2.25. pdf

Kagoshima, T., Sano, Y., Takahata, N., Hattori, K., Marty, B., 2013. Sulfur, halogens and helium in vesicules and glass of MORB: global fluxes of volatiles from ridges. American Geophysical Union meeting. V21B-2700. pdf

DeHoog, J.C.M., Hattori, K., 2013., Heavy boron isotopes in secondary olivine from the HP Voltri Massif: Implications for the boron cycle in subduction zones. 2013 Goldschmidt Conference.doi: 10.1180/minmag.2013.077.5.4, p.963.  Abstract pdf

Aradi, LE, Szabo, C, Gonzalez-Jimenez, Griffin, W., O’Reilly, SY, Hattori, K., 2013.  Ancient fragments in the subcontinental lithospheric mantle beneath the Carpathian-Pannonian region.  2013 Goldschmidt  meetin

Sano, Y., Hara, T., Kawagucci, S., Honda, M., Hattori, K., 2013.  Episodic release of mantle-derived fluids along the pate interface: helium isotope evidence after the Tohoku-oki earthquake. Geological Society of America Annual meeting. Abstract pdf

Saumur, B.M., Hattori, K.H., 2013. Zoned Cr-spinel in forearc serpentinites along the northern Caribbean Margin, Dominican Republic.  Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 77, p.117-136. DOI: 10.1180/minmag.2013.077.1.11 pdf (1Mb)

Deschamps, F., Godard, M., Guillot, S., Hattori, K.,  2013. Geochemistry of subduction zone serpentinites: A review. Lithos,  vol 178, p. 96-127. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lithos.2013.05.019. Pdf file (7.2 Mb)

Lanari, P., Riel, N., Guillot, S., Vidal, O., Schwartz, S., Pecher, A., Hattori, K., 2013. Deciphering high-pressure metamorphism in collisional context using microprobe-mapping methods: application to the Stak eclogitic massif (NW Himalaya).  Geology. vol. 41, p. 111-114, doi:10.1130/G33523.1. pdf file

Xie, Zhipeng, Hattori, K., Wang, J. 2013. Origin of serpentinites in the Sulu ultra high-pressure belt, eastern China. Lithos vol. 178, p.158-170.  doi.org/10.1016/j.lithos.2012.12.003.  pdf file ( 2Mb)

Wang, J., Hattori, K. and Xie, Z., 2013. Oxidation State of Lithospheric Mantle on  the Northeastern  Margin of the North China Craton—Implications for Geodynamic Processes.  International Geology Review, vol. 55, pp 1418-1444. DOI: 10.1080/00206814.2013.780722. pdf

Page, L., Hattori, K., 2013.  Fluorine, Cl, Br and I in serpentinites. 2013 Goldschmidt Conference. Doi: 10.1180/minmag2013.077.5.16. p.1911.  pdf file

 

Fabien Deschamps, Godard, M., Guillot, S., Chauvel, C., Andreani, M., Hattori, K., Wunder, B., France, L., 2012. Behaviour of fluid-mobie elements inserpentines from abyssal to subduction environments: Examples from Cuba and Dominican Republic. Chemical Geology, v. 312-313, p.93-117, pdf (11 Mb).

Szabó, C.Hattori, K., Griffin, W, O’Reilly, S.,  Előd, L., 2012. PGE abundance of upper mantle xenoliths from the Carpathian Pannonian Region. Abstract, 2012 Goldschmidt conference. pdf for abstract, pdf of poster (2 Mb)

 

Zhipeng Xie, Keiko Hattori, K. Jian Wang,  2012. Enrichment of fluid-mobile elements in forearc mantle peridotites in the Sulu UHP belt, China.  Abstract 2012 Goldschmidt Conference. poster

 

Wang, J., Hattori, K., Xu, W., Yang, Y., Xie, Z., Liu, J., Song, Y., 2012, Origin of ultramafic xenoliths in the Laiwu high-Mg diorites from western Shandong Province: evidence based on the abundance of platinum-group elements and oxidation state. International Geology Review. vol. 54 (10), p. 1203-1218. pdf
We documented that the dunite is a cumulate of boninitic magma below the eastern margin of North China Craton overlying the subducted Yangtze craton.

 

Wang, J., Liu, J., Hattori, K., Xu, W., Xie, Z., Song, Y., 2012, Behaviorof siderophile and chalcophile elements in the subcontinental lithospheric mantle beneath the Changbaishan Volcano, NE China, Acta Geologica Sinica, vol. 86 (2) p. 409-421. Pdf (16 Mb)

 

Fabio Stern, Keiko Hattori, Jean Bedard. 2011. Mantle evolution recorded in Cr-spinel from the Bay of Island Ophiolitic Complex, Northern Appalachians. Abst. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Vol. 43, no. 5. p..493. pdf file

 

Benoit M Saumur, Keiko Hattori, Fabio Stern, and Simon Jackson,.2011. Major and trace element compositions of Cr-spinel from serpentinized forearc mantle peridotites: insights on their behavior during melt extraction and metamorphism. Abst. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Vol. 43, no. 5. p..588. pdf file

 

Deschamps, F., Guillot, S., Godard, M., Andreani, M., Hattori, K., 2011. Serpentinites acting as a sponge for fluid-mobile elements in abyssal peridotites, Terra Nova. V. 23, p. 171-178. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3121.2011.00995.x, pdf file

 

De Hoog, JCM, Janák,M., Vrabec,M., Hattori, KH., 2011, Ultramafic cumulates of oceanic affinity in an intracontinental subduction zone: ultrahigh-pressure garnet peridotites from Pohorje (Eastern Alps, Slovenia). In “Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism: 25 years after first discovery of coesite and diamond” Eds. L. Dobrzhinetskaya, S. Cuthbert and W. Faryad, Elsevier Publ., DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-385144-4.00012-6.   pdf file (3 Mb)

 

Yang, Q-F., Wang, J., Hattori, K., Pan, X-D., Liu, J.L., Xie, ZP and Yue, So., 2011. Redox state of the lithospheric mantle beneath Huinan-Jingyu area, southern Jilin Province, China. Acta Petrologica Sinica , 2011, issue 6, p.1797-180

 

Hattori, K., Guillot, S., Saumur, BM, Tubrett, M.N., Vidal, O., Morfin, S., 2010. Corundum-bearing garnet peridotites from northern Dominican Republic:a metamorphic product of an arc cumulate in the Caribbean subduction zone, Lithos. vol. 114, p. 437-450. pdf

 

 

Hattori, K., Wallis, S., Enami, T. and Mizukami, T., 2010, Subduction of mantle wedge peridotites: Evidence from the Higashi-akaishi ultramafic body in the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt. Island Arc. Vol. 19, p.192-207. Pdf file ---- This paper received 2013 Island Arc Award

 

Higashi-akaishi body is mostly dunite (not hydrated) and minor intercalating garnet clinopyroxenite (again not hydrated).

 

chromitite seams in dunite

 

 

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Deschamps, F., Guillot, S., Godard, M., Chauvel, C. Andreani, M., Hattori, K., 2010. In situ characterization of serpentinites from hydrated forearc mantle wedge: Timing of serpentinization and fluid mobile elements behaviour in subduction zones. Chemical Geology. vol. 269, p. 262-277  abstract, full pdf

Saumur, B-M, Hattori, K., Guillot, S., 2010, Constrasting origins of serpentinites in a subduction complex, northern Dominican Republic. Geological Society of America Bulletin. vol. 122, p. 292-304. with Data Repository 2009134.

 

Guillot, S., Hattori, K., Schwartz, S. and Vidal, O., 2009, Exhumation processes in oceanic and continental contexts: High pressure and ultrahigh pressure rocks” In (edited by S. Lallemand & F. Funiciello) Subduction Zone Geodynamics (doi; 10.1007/978-3-540-87974-9), p.175-205.
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Wang, J.,Hattori, K.H., Stern, C., 2008, Metasomatic origin of garnet orthopyroxenites in the subcontinental lithospheric mantle underlying Pali Aike volcanic field, southern South America. Mineralogy and Petrology vol. 94, p. 243-258. pdf file

 

Wang, J., Hattori, K.H., Li, J-P, Stern,C.R., 2008, Oxidation state of Paleozoic subcontinental lithospheric mantle below the Pali Aike volcanic field in southernmost Patagonia. in press, Lithos,  v. 105, p. 98-110. pdf file

Guillot, S., Mahéo, G., de Sigoyer, J., Hattori, K., Pêcher, A., 2008,  Tethyan and Indian subduction viewed from the Himalayan high- to ultrahigh- pressure metamorphic rocks. Tectonophysics, 10.1016/j.tecto.2007.11.059  pdf file (2.3 Mb)

Morishita, T., Hattori, K., Terada, K., Matsumoto, T., Yamamoto, K., Arai, S., 2008. Geochemical investigations on apatite-rich layers in the Finero phlogopite-peridotite massif (Italian Western Alps) and ion microprobe dating of apatite. Chemical Geology vol. 251, p. 99-111 pdf file

Hattori, K., Wallis, S., Enami, M., Mizukami, T, 2007, Subduction of subarc mantle peridotites: Evidence from the Higashi-akaishi garnet peridotites in the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt, Japan. American Geophysical Union Meeting. T11C-0734.

Wang, J., Hattori, K.H., Kilian, R., Stern,C.R., 2007, Metasomatism of sub-arc mantle peridotites below southern South America: reduction of fO2 by slab-melt. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, vol. 153, pp.607-624. pdf file

Hattori, K., 2007,  Sulphur and copper in magmatic arc: sources and linkages. Invited presentation at the special session. American Geophysical Union Meeting. V33F-01., pdf

Guillot, Replumaz, A., Hattori, K.H., and Strzerzynski, P 2007, Initial geometry of western Himalaya and ultra-high pressure metamorphic evolution. Journal of Asian Earth Science vol. 30, p. 557-564. pdf file

 

Gorczyk, W., Guillot S., Gerya, T.V., Hattori, K.H., 2007, Asthenospheric upwelling, oceanic slab retreat and exhumation of UHP mantle rocks: insights from Greater Antilles: Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 34, L 21309, doi:10.1029/2007GL031059. pdf file

 

Hattori, K. H., and Guillot, S., 2007, Geochemical character of serpentinites associated with high- to ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocks in the Alps, Cuba, and the Himalayas: Recycling of elements in subduction zones, Geochemistry Geophyscs and Geosystems, vol. 8, Q09010, doi:10.1029/2007GC001594, 27 p. paper

Guillot, S., Gerya, T.V., Gorczyk, W., Hattori, K., Schwartz, S., Saumur, B., Vidal, O., 2007. Exhumation of HP and UHP Rocks in  Oceanic and Continental Subduction Zones. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. V44A-03

Saumur, B-M, Hattori, K.H. and Guillot, S., 2007, Geochemistry of serpentinites from the northern subduction complex of Dominican Republic: exhumation of UHP rocks along major strike-slip fault zones. Subduction Zone Geodynamics Meeting, Montpellier, June 2007. pdf file of abstract

Deschamps, Fabien., Guillot, S., Godard, M., Hattori, K.H., Saumur, B.M., 2007, Subduction-related serpentinites: New insights from Microprobe and Laser ICP-MS analyses on serpentine minerals,  Subduction Zone Geodynamics Meeting, Montpellier, June 2007.

Guillot, S., Vidal, O., Agard, P., Hattori, K., and Schwartz,S., 2007, Exhumation of HP to UHP rocks: constraints from petrological studies and numerical modelling, Subduction Zone Geodynamics Meeting, Montpellier, June 2007

Pettigrew, N.T. and Hattori, K.H., 2006, The Quetico intrusions of the western Superior Province: Neo-Archean examples of Alaskan/Ural-type mafic-ultramafic intrusions. Precambrian Research. vol. 149, p. 21-42. pdf file

Wang, J., Hattori, K. and Li, J.P., 2006, Oxidation state of the upper subcontinental lithospheric mantle underlying the southernmost South America. 2006 American Geophysical Union, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting. Abstract

Wang, J., Hattori, K.H., Kilian, R., Stern,C.R., 2005, Reduced fO2 recorded in the metasomatized peridotite xenoliths from the Sub-arc mantle in the Southern most South America.   EOS, 86 (52) American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting. V31B-0616

Saumur, B.-M., Hattori, K.H., Guillot, S., 2006, Origin of hydrated peridotites associated with ultra high-pressure eclogites in Hispaniola, northern edge of Caribbean Plate. Geological Association of Canada /Mineralogical Association of Canada. pdf of abstract

 

Hattori, K., Takahashi, Y., Guillot, S. and Johanson, B. 2005, Occurrence of arsenic (V) in fore-arc mantle serpentinites based on  X-ray absorption spectroscopy study,  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 69, p. 5585-5596. pdf file.

Guillot, S., Schwartz, S., Hattori, K., Auzende, A. and Lardeaux, J. 2004. The Monviso ophiolitic Massif (Western Alps), a section through a serpentinite subduction channel. In: (eds.) Beltrando, M., Lister, G., Ganne, J. and Boullier, A., Evolution of the western Alps: insights from metamorphism, structural geology, tectonics and geochronology, Journal of the Virtual Explorer, ISSN 1441-8142, Volume 16, Paper 3.

Wang J, Hattori H K, Stern, C., 2004, Platinum-group elements and oxidation of Paleozoic sub-continental lithospheric mantle in southernmost South America: Xenolith study in the Pali-Aike region, Chile. EOS Transaction, American Geophysical Union 85 (47) Fall Mtg Abst V43A-1419

Hattori, K., Takahashi, Y., Guillot, S. and Johanson, B., 2004, Oxidized As (V) in fore-arc mantle serpentinites: Transfer of fluid-soluble elements from slabs to arc magmas. Amer. Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting, V13A-1439

Hattori, K. and Guillot, S., 2003, Volcanic fronts as a consequence of serpentinite dehydration in the mantle wedge. Geology, vol. 31, p. 525-528 click for download.

Hoog, C.J., Hattori, K.H., 2003, Transfer of sulphur from the mantle by oxidized mafic magma; evidence from Mt. Pinatubo. Goldschmidt Conference in Kurashiki, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, p.78, click for viewing

Guillot, S., Hattori, K., de Sigoyer, J., Nägler, T., Auzende, A.L., 2001,  Evidence of hydration of the mantle wedge and its role in the exhumation of eclogites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 193, p. 115-127.  pdf file

Guillot, S., Hattori, K.H. and de Sigoyer, J. 2000, Mantle wedge serpentinization and exhumation of eclogites: Insights from eastern Ladakh, NW Himalaya. Geology, vol 28, p. 199-202. pdf file

 

Hattori, K., Arai, S., Francis, D.M. & Clarke, D.B., 1992, Variations of siderophile and chalcophle trace elements among mantle-derived sulphides detected by in-situ micro-PIXE analysis; EOS Transaction,  American Geophysical Union, vol 73, p.344.

 

 

Primitive arc magmas and other subduction -related publications

 

Hattori, K., Hanyu, T., Stern, C.R., Tatsumi, Y. and Nakai, S., 2005, Hafnium isotope evidence for the contribution of crustal rocks at the source in the Andean Austral volcanic zone.  European Union of Geoscience Meeting. EGU05-A-05955, abstract

De Hoog, J.C.M., Hattori, K.H. and Hoblitt, R.P. 2004, Oxidized, sulfur-rich mafic magma at Mount Pinatubo, Philippines, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology,  vol. 146,p. 750-761. click for download

Shamanian, G.H., Hedenquist, J.W., Hattori, K.H., Hassanzadeh, J., 2004, Comparison of epithermal prospects in Gandy and Abolhassani districts, Semnan Province, northeast Iran. Economic Geology. vol 99, pp. 791-712. pdf

Hattori, K.H.,Cabri, L.J., Johanson, B.,  and Zientek, M.L., 2004, Origin of placer laurite from Borneo: Se and As contents, and S isotopic compositions. Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 68 (2), p.353-368. pdf file, supplemental information

Hattori, K., DeHoog, C.J., Keith, J., 2004, Source of sulphur and metals for giant porphyry copper deposits: contribution from oxidized mafic magmas. Invited, Annual Mtg. Resource Geologists, Tokyo.

Hoog, C.J.and Hattori, K.H., 2003, Melt inclusion study of trace metal behaviour during degassing of basaltic magma at Miyake-jima volcano (Izu-Bonin arc, Japan). EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting, click

 

Hattori, K.H., Guillot, S., and Ishii, T., 2003, Fore-arc mantle serpentinites as a reservoir of fluid-soluble elements released from subducting slabs. Goldschmidt Conference in Kurashiki, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, p.140

Hattori, K.,  de Hoog, J.C.M., Keith, J.D., Skewes, M.A., Stern, C.R., 2003, Oxidized, S-rich mafic magmas for giant Cu mineralization: Evidence from Pinaubo, Bingham Canyon and El Teniente. Geological Association of Canada- Society of Economic Geologist Meeting, Vancouver, vol. 28, Abst-no. 453. click for viewing

Hattori, K.H., Guillot, S., and Ishii, T., 2003, Fore-arc mantle serpentinites as a reservoir of fluid-soluble elements released from subducting slabs. Goldschmidt Conference in Kurashiki, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, p.140

Hattori, K.H. and Guillot, S., 2003, Volcanic fronts as a consequence of serpentinite dehydration in the mantle wedge., Joint Assembly of European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union of Geology, Geophysical Research Abstracts, v. 5, EAE03-A-03536

De Hoog, JCM, Hattori, K.H., Hoblitt, R., 2003. Sulfur-rich, oxidized magma at Mount Pinatubo. Joint Assembly of European Geophysical Society, American Geophysical Union and European Union of Geology. Geophysical Research Abstracts, vol. 5, EAE03-A- 01660

Hoog, C.J., Hattori, K.H., 2003, Transfer of sulphur from the mantle by oxidized mafic magma; evidence from Mt. Pinatubo. Goldschmidt Conference in Kurashiki, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, p.78, click for viewing

 

Hattori, K.H., Arai, S., and Clarke, D.B., 2002, Selenium, tellurium, arsenic and antimony contents in primary mantle sulfides. Canadian Mineralogist, vol. 40, no. 2, 637-650.  click for pdf.

Maughan D.T., Keith, J.D., Christiansen E.H.,  Pulsipher, T., Hattori K., and Evans, N.J., 2002,  Contributions from mafic alkaline magmas to the Bingham porphyry Cu-Au-Mo deposit, Utah, USA., Mineralium Deposita, vol. 37, p.14-37, pdf file

Hattori, K., De Hoog, JCM, Keith, J., 2002, Role of oxidized, S-rich magma for porphyry copper mineralization, invited talk, Annual Geological Society of America Mtg. click

Hattori, K.H. and Keith, J.D., 2001, Contribution of mafic melt for porphyry deposits; evidence from Pinatubo and Bingham. Mineralium Deposits,  vol. 36, no. 8, p. 799-806. Click for download of pdf file.

Hattori, K. 1997, Occurrence of sulphide and sulphate in the 1991 Pinatubo eruption products and their origin.IN  FIRE AND MUD: ERUPTIONS AND LAHARS OF MOUNT PINATUBO, PHILIPPINES (edited by C. Newhall and R. Punongbayan), page 807-824    University of Washington Press, Seattle. download html file, pdf file

Bernard, A., Knittel, U., Weber, B., Weis, D., Albrecht, A., Hattori, K. , Klein, J. and Oles, D., 1997, Petrology and geochemistry of the 1991 eruption products of Mt. Pinatubo .IN  FIRE AND MUD: ERUPTIONS AND LAHARS OF MOUNT PINATUBO, PHILIPPINES (edited by C. Newhall and R. Punongbayan), page 767-797    University of Washington Press, Seattle, download html file

Keith, J.D., Whitney, J.A., Hattori, K., Ballantyne, G.H., Christianse, E.H., Barr, D.L., Cannan, T.M. and Hook, C.J., 1997, The role of magmatic sulphides and mafic alkaline magmas in the Bingham and Tintic mining districts, Utah. Journal of Petrology, vol. 38, p. 1679-1690. pdf file

Waite, K.A., Keith, J.D., Christiansen, E.H., Whitney, J.A., Hattori, K., Tingey, D.G., Hook, C.J., 1997, Petrogenesis of the volcanic and intrusive rocks associated with the Bingham porphyry Cu-Au-Mo deposit, Utah. In:  Geology and Ore Deposits of the Oquirrh and Wasatch Mountains, Utah (.D.H,.John and G.H.Ballantyne, Eds). Society of Economic Geolgists Guidebook Series 29, p.81-112.

Hattori, K. and Sato, H., 1996, Magma Evolution Recorded in Plagioclase Zoning in 1991 Pinatubo Eruption Products. American Mineralogist, vol. 81, pp. 982-994. pdf file

Keith, J.D., Wait, K., Christianse, E.H., Tingey, D.G., Nelson, S.T., Moore, D.K. and Hattori, K. 1997, What porphyry deposits may inherit from mafic alkaline magmas, Bingham and Tintic districts, Utah: Volcnic activity and the environment, IAVCEI. Abst., p. 81.

Collins, C. and Hattori, K., 1996, Role of magma mixing in the 1200 ybp eruption of Galeras Volcano, Colombia: Evidence from melt inclusion, groundmass glass and mineral chemistry. International Geological Congress in Beijing

Collins, C., Hattori, K. and Stix, J., 1995, Incursion of hot mafic magma into an evolved magma chamber beneath Galeras Volcano(Colombia):Eruption mechanism implied from mineral and melt inclusions geochemistry, EOS, Transaction. American Geophysical Union, vol. 176, no. 17, p. S269

Keith, J.D., Whitney, J.A., Cannan, T.M., Hook, C.J., Hattori, K., 1995, The role of magmatic sulphides and mafic alkaline magmatism in the formation of giant porphyry and vein systems; examples from the Bingham and Tintic Mining districts, Utah. Qmin Ex. Symposium, Controls on the scale of hydrothermal activity associated with orogenic magmatism. .April, Queen's Univ. 23pp.  

Keith, J.D., Waite, K.A. and Hattori, K., 1994, The origin and fate of magmatic sulfides in rocks associated with porphyry copper and mesothermal vein deposits, Bingham and East Tintic Mountains Mining Camps. 5th International IAGOD Meeting, Beijing, August

Hattori, K., 1993, Sulfides in the 1991 Pinatubo eruption products and the origin of highly oxidized, sulfur-rich magma, EOS Trans. Amer. Geophysical Union, vol. 74, no. 43, p.668.

Hattori, K.  1993, High-sulfur magma, a product of fluid discharge from underlying mafic magma: Evidence from Mount Pinatubo, Philippines. Geology, vol. 21, p.1,083-1,086. Click for download

 

Sato, H., Hattori, K. and Nakada, S., 1993, Contrasting styles of magma interaction at Unzen and Pinatubo: evidence from zonings of plagioclase, EOS, Transaction  American Geophysical Union. vol. 74, no. 43, p.671.

Hattori, K., Knittel, U. and Hoefs, J., 1992, Isotope study of S-rich, hydrated magmas from Mount Pinatubo, Philippines, International Geological Congress, vol.2, p.507

Knittel, U., Hattori, K., Hoefs, J., Oles, D., 1992, Isotopic compositions of anhydrite phenocryst-bearing pumices from the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo, Philippines, EOS Transaction  American Geophysical Union, vol. 73,  p.342