7 comments on “1999 – 2001 Eruption Sequence in the Gakkel Ridge

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    • No. It wasn’t enough to even spread measurable heat to the surface. If I understand the data correctly, the thermal plume only got 1,500 m from the eruption site, which left it a mere 2,500 m below the ice, which is not enough heat for the ice to notice. Bottom line: That’s a LOT of cold water to heat up. Cheers –


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