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Petersburgskoe

Name Alias(es): 
St. Petersburg
Петербургское
MGDS_FeatureID lowest in hierarchy: 
Activity: 
Latitude: 
19.8666
Longitude: 
-45.8666
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Maximum or Single Reported Depth (mbsl): 
3100
Minimum Depth (mbsl): 
2800
Tectonic setting: 
Full Spreading Rate (mm/a): 
24.7
Volcano Number (if applicable): 
Host Rock: 
basalt-hosted
Deposit Type: 
NotProvided
Notes on Vent Field Description: 
"The Peterburgskoye hydrothermal field has a depth between 2800 and 3100 m and is situated 16 km west of the rift axis." (Kuznetsov et al. 2015)
Year and How Discovered (if active, visual confirmation is listed first): 
2010 dredging only
Discovery References (text): 
Silantyev, S. (2010) Russia national report. InterRidge News 19: 39.;
discovery: [Shilov V, Bel’tenev V, Ivanov V, Cherkashev G, Rozhdestvenskaya I, Gablina I, Dobretsova I, Narkevskiy E, Gustaitis A and Kuznetsov, V, 2012. New hydrothermal ore fields in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Zenith-Victoria (20°08’ N) and Petersburg (19°52’ N). Doklady Earth Sciences 442(1): 63–69, DOI 10.1134/S1028334X12010308.];
Other References (text): 
Cherkashov, G. (2011) Plate tectonics and seafloor massive sulfides. POGO-12 KORDI Seoul 24-26/01/2011.;
Kuznetsov, V., Tabuns, E., Kuksa, K., Cherkashov, G., Maksimov, F., Bel'Tenev, V., ... Baranova, N. (2015). THE OLDEST SEAFLOOR MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSITS AT THE MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE: Th-230/U CHRONOLOGY AND COMPOSITION. Geochronometria, 42(1), 100-106. https://doi.org/10.1515/geochr-2015-0009;