Prof. Dr. Mark D. Hannington

 

Research Division 4: Dynamics of the Ocean Floor
Research Unit: Magmatic and Hydrothermal Systems
Head of the Group Marine Mineral Resources (MMR)

Mark D. Hannington

Office:

Room: 8A-114
Phone: +49 431 600-1420
E-Mail: mhannington[at]geomar.de

Address:

GEOMAR | Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Building 8, East Shore
Wischhofstr. 1-3
24148 Kiel
Germany

Education & Career

Education

  • 1989: Ph.D. in Geological Sciences, University of Toronto
  • 1986: M.Sc. in Geological Sciences, University of Toronto
  • 1983: B.Sc. Hon. in Geological Sciences, Queen's University, Kingston

Academic, research and other positions

  • Since 2014: Helmholtz Professor, Geomar Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 
  • Since 2006: Research Chair, Goldcorp Chair in Economic Geology, University of Ottawa
  • Since 2005: Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa
  • Since 2003: Adjunct Professor, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
  • 1991-2005: Research Scientist, Geological Survey of Canada, Mineral Resources 
  • 1994-2005:  Adjunct Professor, Carleton University, Ontario, Canada
  • 1999-2004:  Adjunct Professor, INRS, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
  • 1989-1991:  Postdoctoral Fellow, Geological Survey of Canada, Mineral Resources 

Major Research Projects

  • Marine Mineral Resources (NSERC Discovery), Principal Investigator, 2005-present
  • CMIC Integrated Footprints Project (NSERC-CRD Network), Co-Director, 2013-present
  • Geochemistry of Shales (CAMIRO Project, Discover Abitibi), Principal Investigator, 2010-2013
  • Deep Mine Project, Kidd Creek Deposit (Xstrata Copper Canada), Principal Investigator, 2009-2011
  • Noranda Volcanic Complex (Xstrata Copper Canada Ltd.), Principal Investigator, 2007-2010
  • Endeavour Ridge Marine Protected Area (U.S.-Canada), Co-Investigator, 2005-2008
  • S.W. Pacific Island Arcs (Germany-Canada), Co-Principal Investigator, 2003-2008
  • Bousquet-LaRonde Gold-rich VMS Project (NRCan-GSC), Co-Investigator, 2000-2003
  • Germany-Canada International Seafloor Minerals Project (NRCan), Principal Investigator, 1998-2003
  • Regional-Scale Hydrothermal Alteration (CAMIRO Project), Co-Investigator, 1994-1999
  • ODP Drilling, TAG Hydrothermal Field, Atlantic (International), Co-Investigator, 1994-1995
  • S.W. Pacific Submarine Epithermal Deposits (Germany-Canada), Co-Investigator, 1994-1998
  • Kidd Creek Massive Sulfide Project (NRCan-GSC Project), Principal Investigator, 1992-1996
  • Massive Sulfide Deposits, Central Newfoundland (GSC Project), Principal Investigator, 1991-1994
  • Juan de Fuca Ridge Studies (U.S.-Canada), Co-Investigator, 1989-1996

Research Expeditions

  • Schmidt Ocean Science, Niua Tonga (Falkor/ROPOS), Mar-Apr 2016
  • GEOMAR (El Hierro), El Hierro (PO-494/Jago), February 2016
  • Schmidt Ocean Science*, Mariana Backarc (Falkor), December 2015
  • GEOMAR (Palinuro), Tyrrhenian Sea (PO-483), Mar-Apr 2015

  • GEOMAR (Central Atlantic)*, Vema Fracture Zone (SO-237), Dec-Jan 2014
  • GEOMAR (South Atlantic)*, ODEMAR (Pourquoi Pas)Nov 2013
  • Erlangen-BGR (Coriolis), Vanuatu, W. Pacific (SO-229), Jun-July 2013
  • GEOMAR (South Atlantic)*, Southern MAR (Merian MSM25), Jan-Mar 2013
  • GEOMAR (Palinuro), Tyrrhenian Sea (PO-442), November 2012
  • GEOMAR (North Iceland)*, Jan Mayen (PO-435), July 2012
  • MBARI Endeavour*, Endeavour Ridge (Tiburon), July-Aug 2011
  • IFM-GEOMAR (Red Sea)*, Atlantis II, Red Sea (PO-408), January 2011
  • IFM-GEOMAR (Woodlark), Woodlark Basin, PNG (SO-203), Oct-Nov 2009
  • University of Washington*, Endeavour Ridge (Atlantis/Alvin), June-July 2009

  • University of Washington*, Endeavour Ridge (Atlantis/Alvin), August 2008
  • IFM-GEOMAR (Palindrill)*, Tyrrhenian Sea (Meteor73/Rockdrill), August 2007
  • University of Washington*, Endeavour Ridge (Thompson/ROPOS), August 2007
  • University of Kiel-BGR (MANGO), Tonga-Kermadec Arc (SO-192/ROPOS), April-May 2007
  • IFM-GEOMAR (FLAMINGO), Tyrrhenian Sea (PO-340/Cherokee), June-July 2006
  • University of Washington*, Endeavour Ridge (Thompson/Jason II), September 2005
  • University of Kiel (SITKAP)Tonga-Kermadec Arc (KoK/Pisces), June 2005
  • University of Washington*, Endeavour Ridge (Thompson/Jason II), June 2003
  • German-Canadian Project EDISON, Manus Drilling, Feni Arc PNG (SO-166),  2002
  • German-Icelandic Project, Kolbeinsey Ridge, Iceland (PO-290/Cherokee), June-July 2002
  • German-French Foundation Project, Foundation Seamount, EPR (SO-157),    June-July 2001
  • German-Canadian HYDROARCBransfield Strait, Antarctica (SO-155), Feb-Mar 2001
  • German-Icelandic Project, Kolbeinsey Ridge, Iceland (PO-259/Jago), July 1999
  • German-New Zealand Project, Havre Trough, N.Z. (SO-135/Jago), Sept-Oct 1998
  • German-Canadian Project EDISON, Tabar-Feni Arc, PNG (SO-133), July-Aug 1998
  • German-Icelandic Project, Kolbeinsey Ridge, Iceland (PO-229/Jago), May 1997
  • German-Canadian-U.S. Hydrotrace, Axial Volcano, Juan de Fuca (SO-109), June 1996
  • Leg 158 Ocean Drilling Project, TAG Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Oct-Dec 1994
  • German-Canadian Project EDISON, Tabar-Feni Arc, PNG (SO-94), March 1994
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., TAG Hydrothermal Field (Atlantis II/Alvin), May 1993
  • University of S. Carolina, Endeavour Ridge (Atlantis II/Alvin), October 1991
  • University of Washington, Endeavour Ridge (Atlantis II/Alvin)September 1991
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.,TAG Hydrothermal Field (Atlantis II/Alvin), January 1990
  • University of Toronto (CUROSS), Explorer Ridge (CFAV Endeavour), June-July 1987
  • University of Toronto (CASM V), Explorer Ridge (CFAV Endeavour)May-June 1985
  • University of Toronto (CASM IV), Explorer Ridge (MV Pandora/Pisces), August 1984
  • University of Toronto (CASM III), Explorer Ridge (MV Parizeau), May 1984

indicates student/post-doc participation (*indicates student/post-doc only)

Supervision & Teaching

Supervision

  • 9 Postdoctoral Fellows, 6 completed, 3 in progress, University of Ottawa and GEOMAR, Kiel
  • 17 PhD Projects, 9 completed, 8 in progress, University of Ottawa, Carleton University, INRS Quebec and GEOMAR-University of Kiel
  • 20 MSc Projects, 19 completed, 1 in progress, Laurentian University, University of Ottawa
  • 18 BSc Projects, 17 completed, 1 in progress, Carleton University, University of Ottawa

Past students have gone on to positions as award-winning researchers, including the first Canada Research Chair in Marine Minerals at Memorial University (J. Jamieson) and as leaders in industry. Eighteen PhD and MSc students have received SEG Student Grant Awards.

Teaching 

  • University of Ottawa, Field Studies II Geological Mapping (GEO3920 senior undergraduates), since 2012
  • University of Ottawa and Kiel University, Abitibi Field School (GEO4302/5193), since 2009
  • University of Ottawa, Hydrothermal Ore Deposits (GEO5302 graduate course), since 2007
  • University of Ottawa, Advanced Mineral Deposits (GEO4371 undergraduate), 2006-20014

Geoscience Leadership

  • Konsortium für Deutsche Meeresforschung, Strategy Group (Co-leader), 2015-present
  • Royal Society of Canada, Earth and Ocean Science Nominating Committee, 2015-present
  • Co-Director, NSERC-CMIC Canadian Mining Collaborative R&D Project, 2013-present
  • Canadian Scientific Submersible Facility, CSSF, ROPOS Users Committee, 2010-present
  • InterRidge Working Group on Seafloor Mineralization, 2009-present
  • Graduate Teaching Network, Mineral Exploration Research Centre (MERC), Sudbury, 2005-present
  • Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Panel Co-Leader, 2014-16
  • Scientific Advisory Board, Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), 2012-14
  • Honorary Research Professor, Centre for Ore Deposits Research CODES-ARC, Tasmania, 2010-14
  • Board of Advisors, University of Minnesota, Precambrian Research Center, 2010-13
  • Director, Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre (University Ottawa, Carleton University), 2009-12
  • UNESCO-IUGG Project IGCP-502, Global VMS Project (Co-Investigator), 2002-05
  • NUNA Committee for a National Strategy of Canadian Mineral Deposits Research, 2000-02
  • Canadian Mineral Industry Organization (CAMIRO), Geology Expert Committee, 1998-12

 Society of Economic Geologists:

  • Editor-in-Chief, Bulletin of the Society, Economic Geology, 2001-2009
  • Publications Board, Society of Economic Geologists, 2001-2008
  • Councilor, Society of Economic Geologists, 2000-2003
  • Editorial Board (Associate), Bulletin of the Society, Economic Geology, 1998-2001
  • Student Grants Committee, Research Committee, 1997-2000

Scientific & Academic Awards

  • Ralph W. Marsden Distinguished Service Award (Society of Economic Geologists), 2014
  • Fellowship in the Royal Society of Canada, FRSC Academy of Science, 2012
  • Petersen Foundation Excellence Award, Visiting Professorship, IFM-Geomar, German, 2011
  • Silver Medal Mid-Career Achievement (Society of Economic Geologists), 2009
  • Duncan Derry Medal Mid-Career Achievement (Geological Association of Canada, MDD, 2008
  • Golden Jubilee Medal (Canadian Service Award for Government Employees), 2002
  • Leopold von Buch Medal (German Geological Society, International Scientist Award), 2002
  • Earth Sciences Sector Merit Award (Natural Resources Canada, NUNA Initiative), 2001
  • Earth Sciences Sector Merit Award (Natural Resources Canada, Kidd Creek Project), 1998
  • Waldemar Lindgren Award, Early Career Achievement (Society of Economic Geologists), 1996
  • William Harvey Gross Medal, Early Career Achievement (Geological Association of Canada, MDD), 1996

 Distinguished Lectureships and Other Awards:

  • SEG Honorary Lecturer, 2009-present
  • SEG International Exchange Lecturer (Society of Economic Geologists), 2011
  • H.S. Robinson Lectureship (Geological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits Division), 1993
  • Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy CIM Distinguished Lecturer, 1992
  • 3 Best Paper Awards in Economic Geology (co-author), 2005, 2007, and 2014

Peer-Reviewed Publications

(student, post-doc co-authors underlined)

Hannington was a principal investigator on publications marked with (*).

115. Diekrup, D., Ginley, S., Hannington, M., and Strauss, H., 2015, Sulfur geochemistry in black shales and iron-formations, Temagami, Ontario: Geology, submitted.*

114. Schmidt, K., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Hannington, M., Anderson, M., Bühring, B., Haase, K., Haruel, C., Lupton, J., Koschinsky, A., 2015, Boiling vapour-type fluids from the Nifonea vent field, New Hebrides Island Arc, Vanuatu, SW Pacific: Geochemistry of an early-stage hydrothermal system:  in prep.*

113. Anderson, M.O., Hannington, M.D., Haase, K., Schwarz-Schampera, U., Augustin, N., McConachy, T.F., Allen, K., 2016, Tectonic focusing of voluminous basaltic eruptions in magma-deficient backarc rifts: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 440, p. 43–55.*

113. Petersen, S., Krätschell, A., Augustin, N., Jamieson, J., Hein, J.R., Hannington, M.D., 2016, News from the Seabed – Geological characteristics and resource potential of deep-sea mineral resources: Marine Policy, in press.

112. Spagnoli, G., Hannington, M., Bairlein, K., Hoerdt, A., Jegen, M., Petersen, S., Laurila, T., 2016, Electrical properties of seafloor massive sulfides: Geo-Marine Letters, Published Online 10 February, 2016. DOI 10.1007/s00367-016-0439-5.*

111. Hannington, M., Hardardottir, V., Garbe-Schonberg, D., and Brown, K., 2016, Gold enrichment in active geothermal systems by accumulating colloidal suspensions: Nature Geoscience, Published Online, 15 February, 2016. DOI: 10.1038/NGEO2661.*

110. Lin, T.J., Ver Eecke, H.C., Breves, E.A., Dyar, M.D., Jamieson, J.W., Hannington, M.D., Dahle, H., Baross, J.A., Kelley, D.S., Butterfield, D.A., Bishop, J.L., Lane, M.D., and Holden, J.F., 2016, Mineralogical and microbial description of the interior habitable zones of three active hydrothermal chimneys from the Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge: G-Cubed, 17, 24 p., doi:10.1002/ 2015GC006091.

109. Jamieson, J., Hannington, M.D., Tivey, M.K., Hansteen, T., Williamson, N., Stewart, M., Fietzke, J., Butterfield, D.A., Frische, M., Allen, L., and Cousens, B., 2016, Precipitation and growth of barite within hydrothermal vents from the Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge: Geochimica et Cosmochimia Acta, v. 173, p. 64–85.*

108. German, C.R., Petersen, S., Hannington, M.D.,  2016, Hydrothermal exploration of mid-ocean ridges: Where might the largest sulfide deposits occur?:  Chemical Geology, v. 420, no. 1, p. 114-126.*

107. Steeves, N.J., Hannington, M.D., Gemmell, J.B., Green, D., and McVeigh, G., 2016, Mineralization and alteration of the Late Triassic Glacier Creek Cu-Zn VMS deposits, Palmer Project, Alexander Terrane, S.E. Alaska: Economic Geology, v. 111, p. 151-178, doi:10.2113/econgeo.111.1.151

106. Laurila, T.E., Hannington, M.D., Leybourne, M., Petersen, S., Devey, C.W., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Jost, S., 2015, New Insights into the Mineralogy of the Atlantis II Deep Metalliferous Sediments, Red Sea: G-cubed, v. 16, p. 1-30, doi:10.1002/2015GC00610.*

105. Laurila, T., Hannington, M., Petersen, S., Garbe-Schoenberg, D., 2014, Metal distribution in the Atlantis II Deep (Red Sea) sediments: Chemical Geology, v. 386, p. 80-100.*

104. de Ronde, C.E.J., Walker, S.L., Ditchburn, R.G., Caratori, F., Hannington, M.D., Merle, S.G., Timm, C., Handler, M.R., Wysoczanski, R.J., Dekov, V.M., Kamenov, G.D., Baker, E.T., Embley, R.W., and Lupton, J.E., 2014, The anatomy of a buried submarine hydrothermal system, Clark volcano, Kermadec arc, New Zealand: Special Issue of Economic Geology on the Metallogeny of Submarine Volcanic Arcs, v. 109, 2261-2292 (best paper award).*

103. Monecke, T., Petersen, S., and Hannington, M.D., 2014, Constraints on water depth of massive sulfide formation: Evidence from modern seafloor hydrothermal systems in suprasubduction settings: Special Issue of Economic Geology on the Metallogeny of Submarine Volcanic Arcs, v. 109, 2079-2101.

102. Petersen, S., Monecke, T., Westhues, A., Hannington, M., Gemmell, J.B., Sharpe, R., Peters, M., Strauss, H., Lackschewitz, K., Augustin, N., Gibson, H., and Kleeberg, R., 2014, Drilling shallow-water massive sulfides at the Palinuro volcanic complex, Aeolian Island arc, Italy: Special Issue of Economic Geology on the Metallogeny of Submarine Volcanic Arcs, v. 109, 2129-2158.

101. Jamieson, J.W., Clague, D.A., and Hannington, M., 2014, Hydrothermal sulfide accumulation along the Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 395, p. 136–148.*

100. Laurila, T.E., Hannington, M.D., Petersen, S., and Garbe-Schoenberg, D., 2014, Early depositional history of metalliferous sediments in the Atlantis II Deep of the Red Sea: Evidence from rare earth element geochemistry: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 126, p. 146-168.*

99. Mercier-Langevin, P., Gibson, H.L., Hannington, M., Goutier, Monecke, T.J. Dubé, B., Houlé, M.G., 2014, Preface for A Special Issue on Archean Magmatism, Volcanism, and Ore Deposits – Part 2. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: Economic Geology, v. 109. no. 1, p. 1-9.

98.  Dubé, B., Mercier-Langevin, P., Kjarsgaard, I., Hannington, M., Bécu, V., Côté, J., Moorhead., Legault, M., and Bedard, N., 2014, The Bousquet 2-Dumagami world-class Archean Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi, Quebec: Special Issue on the Metallogeny of Archean Greenstone Belts: Economic Geology, v. 109, no. 1, p. 121-166.

97. Hannington, M.D., 2013, The role of black smokers in the Cu mass balance of the oceanic crust: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 374, p. 215-226.*

96. Jamieson, J.W., Hannington, M., Clague, D.A., Kelley, D.S., Delaney, J.R., Holden, J.F., Tivey, M.K., and Kimpe, L.E., 2013, Sulfide geochronology along the Endeavour segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge: G-Cubed , v. 14, doi: 10.1002/ggge.20133, 16 p.*

95. Jamieson, J.W., Wing, B.A., Farquhar, J., and Hannington, M.D., 2013, Neoarchean seawater sulphate concentrations from sulphur isotopes in massive sulphide ore: Nature Geoscience, v. 6, p. 61-64 (online 2 December, 2012; featured in ScienceDaily, December 10).

94. Kurzweil, F., Claire, M., Thomazo, C., Peters, M., Hannington, M., and Strauss, H., 2013, Atmospheric sulfur rearrangement 2.7 billion years ago: Evidence for oxygenic photosynthesis: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 366, p. 17-26 (featured in Nature Geoscience "Research Highlights", April 2013, v. 6, no. 6).

93. Mercier-Langevin, P., Houlé, M.G., Dubé, B., Monecke, T., Hannington, M., Gibson, H.L., and Goutier, J., 2013, Preface for A Special Issue on Archean Magmatism, Volcanism, and Ore Deposits – Part 1. Komatiite-associated Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide and greenstone-hosted gold deposits: Economic Geology , v. 107, p. 745-753.

92. Leybourne, M.I., Schwarz-Schampera, U., de Ronde, C.E.J., Baker, E.T., Faure, K., Walker, S.L., Hannington, M.D., Resing, J., Butterfield, D.A., Massoth, G.J., Timm, C., Graham, I.J., and Wright, I.C., 2014, Submarine magmatic-hydrothermal systems at the Monowai Volcanic Centre, Kermadec Arc: Special Issue of Economic Geology on the Metallogeny of Submarine Volcanic Arcs, v. 107, 1669-1694.

91. Laurila, T., Petersen, S., Devey, C.W., Baker, E.T., Augustin, N., and Hannington, M.D., 2012, Tectonic and magmatic controls on hydrothermal activity in the Woodlark Basin: G-Cubed, v. 13, no. 9, September 2012, 13 p.

90. Monecke, T., Petersen, S., Hannington, M.D., Anzidei, M., Esposito, A., Giordano, G., Garbe-Schönberg, D., Augustin, N., Melchert, B., and Hocking, M., 2012, Eruption craters associated with shallow submarine gas venting off Panarea island, Italy: Bulletin of Volcanology , v. 74, no. 9, pp 1937-1944.*

89. Hannington, M.D., Jamieson, J., Monecke, T., Petersen, S., and Beaulieu, S., 2011, The abundance of seafloor massive sulfide deposits: Geology, v. 39, no. 12, 1155-1158, plus cover.*

88. Hannington, M.D., 2011, Comments on what processes at mid-ocean ridges tell us about volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: Mineralium Deposita, v. 45, no. 5-6, p. 659-663.*

87. de Ronde, C.E.J., Massoth, G.J., Butterfield, D.A., Christenson, B.W., Ishibashi, J., Ditchburn, R.G., Hannington, M.D., Braithwaite, R.L., Lupton, J.E., Dziak, R.P., Kamenetsky, V.S., Graham, I.J., and Zellmer, G.F., 2011, Submarine hydrothermal activity and gold-rich mineralization at Brothers volcano, Kermadec arc, New Zealand: Mineralium Deposita, v. 45, no. 5-6, p. 541-584 (best paper award).

86. Kristall, B., Nielsen, D., Hannington, M.D., Kelley, D.S., and Delaney, J.R., 2011, Chemical microenvironments within sulfide structures from the Mothra Hydrothermal Field: Chemical Geology, v. 290, p. 12-30.*

85. Mercier-Langevin, P., Hannington, M.D., Dubé, B., and Bécu, V., 2011, The gold content of VMS deposits: Mineralium Deposita, v. 45, no. 5-6, p. 509-539.

84. Hannington, M.D., Jamieson, J., Monecke, T., and Petersen, S., 2010, Modern seafloor massive sulfides and base metal resources – Towards a global estimate of seafloor massive sulfide potential: Society of Economic Geologists Special Publication 15, p. 317-338.*

83. Hardardóttir, V., Hannington, M., Hedenquist, J., Kjarsgaard, I., and Hoal, K., 2010, Cu-rich Scales in the Reykjanes Geothermal System, Iceland: A Quenched Seafloor Black Smoker Analog: Economic Geology, v. 105, p. 1143-1155.*

82. Hocking, M.W., Hannington, M.D., Percival, J.B., Stoffers, P., Schwarz-Schampera, U., and de Ronde, C.E.J., 2010, Clay Alteration of Volcaniclastic Material in a Submarine Geothermal System, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 191, no. 3-4, p. 180-192.*

81. Giorgetti, G., Monecke, T., Kleeberg, R., and Hannington, M.D., 2009, Low-temperature hydrothermal alteration of trachybasalt at Conical Seamount, Papua New Guinea: Formation of smectite and metastable precursor phases: Clays and Clay Minerals, v. 57, no. 6, p. 725-741.

80. Hardardóttir, V., Brown, K., Fridriksson, Th., Hedenquist, J., Hannington, M., and Thorhallsson, S., 2009, Metal concentrations in deep liquid of the Reykjanes geothermal system, southwest Iceland: Implications for the composition of seafloor black smoker fluids: Geology, v. 37, no. 12, p. 1103-1106.

79. Hannington, M.D., and Monecke, T., 2009, Global exploration models for polymetallic sulphides in the Area: Assessment of the Draft Regulations on Prospecting and Exploration for Polymetallic Sulphides: Marine Georesources and Geotechnology, v. 27, p. 132-159.*

78. Monecke, T., Petersen. S., Lackschewitz, K., Hügler, M., Hannington, M., and Gemmell, J.B., 2009, Shallow submarine hydrothermal systems in the Aeolian volcanic arc, Italy: EOS Article, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, v. 90, no. 13, p. 110-111.

77. Glasby, G. P., Iizasa, K., Hannington, M., Kubota, H., Notsu, K., 2008, Mineralogy and composition of Kuroko deposits from northeastern Honshu and their possible modern analogues from the Izu-Ogasawara Arc, Japan: Ore Geology Reviews, v. 34, p. 547-560.

76. Langley, S., Igric, P., Takahashi, Y., Sakai, Y., Fortin, D., Hannington, M., and Schwarz-Schampera, U., 2008, Preliminary characterization and biological reduction of putative biogenic iron oxides from the Tonga-Kermadec Arc, southwest Pacific Ocean: Geobiology, v. 7, p. 35-49.*

75. Dubé, B., Mercier-Langevin, P., Hannington, M., Lafrance, B., Gosselin, P., and Gosselin, G., 2007, The LaRonde giant Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi, Quebec: mineralization, alteration, genesis and implications for exploration: Economic Geology, v. 102, no. 4, 633-666 (best paper award).*

74. Hein, J.R., Zierenberg, Z.A., Maynard, J.B., and Hannington, M.D., 2007, Barite-forming environments along a rifted continental margin, Southern California Borderland: Deep Sea Research II, v. 54, p. 1327-1349.

73. Mercier-Langevin, P., Dubé, B., Lafrance, B., Hannington, M., Galley, A., Marquis, R., and Davis, W.D., 2007, Preface: A group of papers devoted to the LaRonde Penna Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, eastern Blake River Group, Abitibi, Quebec: Economic Geology, v. 102, no. 4, p. 577-584.*

72. Mercier-Langevin, P., Dubé, B., Hannington, M., Davis, D., Lafrance, B., and Gosselin, G., 2007, The LaRonde-Penna Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi greenstone belt, Quebec: Part I. Geology and geochronology: Economic Geology, v. 102, no. 4, p. 585-610.*

71. Mercier-Langevin, P., Dubé, B., Hannington, M. Richer-Laflèche, and Gosselin, G., 2007, The LaRonde-Penna Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi greenstone belt: Part II. Lithogeochemistry and paleotectonic setting: Economic Geology, v. 102, no. 4, p. 611-632.*

70. Monecke, T., Giorgetti, G., Scholtysek, O., Kleeburg, R., Goetze, J., Hannington, M., Petersen, S., and Herzig, P., 2007, Textural and mineralogical changes associated with the incipient hydrothermal alteration of glassy dacite at the submarine Pacmanus hydrothermal system, Eastern Manus Basin: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 160, p. 23-41.*

69. Giorgetti, G., Monecke, T., Kleeburg, R., and Hannington, M., 2006, Low-temperature hydrothermal alteration of silicic glass at the Pacmanus hydrothermal vent field, Manus Basin: An XRD, SEM, and EAM-TEM study: Clays and Clay Minerals, v. 54, No. 2, p. 242-253.

68. Jamieson, J.W., Wing, B.A., Hannington, M.D., and Farquhar, J., 2006, Isotopic disequilibrium in sulfide mineral pairs from sulfur multiple isotopes – Implications for ore genesis at the Kidd Creek VMS deposit, Ontario, Canada: Economic Geology, v. 101 no. 5, p. 1055-1062.*

67. Kristall, B., Kelley, D.S., Hannington, M.D., and Delaney, J.R., 2006, The growth history of an intermediate temperature, diffusely venting sulfide structure from the Juan de Fuca Ridge: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, v. 7, no. 7, July 4, 30 p.*

66. Stoffers, P., Worthington, T., Schwarz, U., Hannington, M., Massoth, G., and Shipboard Scientific Party, 2006, Submarine volcanoes and high-temperature hydrothermal venting on the Tonga Island arc, S.W. Pacific: Geology, v. 34, no. 6, p. 453-456.*

65. de Ronde, C.E.J., Hannington, M.D., Stoffers, P., Wright, I.C., Ditchburn, R., Reyes, A., Baker, E., Massoth, G.J., Lupton, J., Walker, S.L., Greene, R., Soong, C.W.R., Ishibashi, J., Lebon, G.T., and Bray, C.J., 2005, Evolution of a submarine magmatic-hydrothermal system: Brothers Volcano, Southern Kermadec Arc, N.Z.: Economic Geology, v. 100, no. 6, p. 1097-1134 (best paper award).*

64. Petersen, S., Herzig, P.M., Kuhn, T., Franz, L., Hannington, M., Monecke. T., and Gemmell, J.B., 2005, Shallow drilling of seafloor hydrothermal systems using the BGS Rockdrill: Conical Seamount (New Ireland Fore-Arc) and Pacmanus (Eastern Manus Basin), Papua New Guinea: Marine Georesources and Geotechnology, 23, no. 3, p. 175-193.*

63. Petersen, S., Schwarz-Schampera, U., Herzig, P., Hannington, M., Jonasson, I., 2004, Hydrothermal precipitates associated with bimodal volcanism in the Central Bransfield Strait, Antarctica: Mineralium Deposita, v. 39, p. 358-379.*

62. Hannington, M., Kjarsgaard, I., Galley, A., Taylor, B., 2003, Mineral-chemical studies of metamorphosed alteration in the Kristineberg volcanogenic massive sulfide district, Sweden: Mineralium Deposita, v. 38, p. 423-442.*

61. Hannington, M., Santaguida, F., Kjarsgaard, I., Cathles, L., 2003, Regional greenschist facies hydrothermal alteration in the central Blake River Group, western Abitibi subprovince, Canada: Mineralium Deposita, v. 38, p. 393-422.*

60. Kuhn, T., Herzig, P., Hannington, M., Garbe-Schonberg, D., Stoffers, P., 2003, Origin of fluids and anhydrite precipitation in the Grimsey hydrothermal field north of Iceland: Chemical Geology, v. 202, p. 5-21.*

59. Müller, D., Franz, L., Petersen, S., Herzig, P., Hannington, M., 2003, Comparison between magmatic activity and gold mineralization at Conical Seamount and Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea: Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 79, p. 259-283.*

58. Stix, J., Kennedy, B., Hannington, M., Fiske, R., Gibson, H., Mueller, W., Franklin, J., 2003, Caldera-forming processes and the origin of submarine volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: Geology, v. 31, no. 4, p. 375-378.

57. Petersen, S., Herzig, P.M., Hannington, M.D., Jonasson, I.R., and Arribas, A. Jr., 2002, Submarine epithermal-style gold mineralization near Lihir Island, New Ireland fore-arc, Papua New Guinea: Economic Geology, v. 97, p. 1795-1813.*

56. Stoffers, P., Worthington, T., Hekinian, R., Petersen, S., Hannington, M., and Shipboard Scientific, 2002, Silicic volcanism and hydrothermal activity on the Pacific-Antarctic Ridge: EOS Articles, Transactions Am. Geophys. Union, v. 83, no. 28, p. 301, 304.

55. Wright, I.C., Stoffers, P., Hannington, M., de Ronde, C.E.J., Herzig, P., Smith, I.E.M., and Browne, P., 2002, Towed-camera investigations of shallow-intermediate water depth submarine basaltic stratavolcanoes of the southern Kermadec arc: Marine Geology, v. 185, p. 207-218.

54. Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P., Stoffers, P., Scholten, J., Garbe-Schonberg, D., Jonasson, I.R., Roest, W., and Shipboard Scientific Party, 2001, First high-temperature submarine hydrothermal vents and massive anhydrite deposits off the north coast of Iceland: Marine Geology, v. 177, no. 3-4, p. 199-220.*

53. Marteinsson, V.T., Kristjansson, J.K., Kristmannsdottir, H., Dahlkvist, M., Saemundsson, K., Hannington, M., Geptner, A., and Stoffers, P., 2001, Discovery and description of giant submarine smectite cones on the seafloor in Eyjafjordur, North Iceland, and a novel thermal microbial habitat: Applied and Environmental Microbiology, v. 67, no. 2, 827-833.

52. McInnes, B.I.A., Gregoire, M., Binns, R.A., Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 2001, Hydrous metasomatism of oceanic sub-arc mantle, Lihir, Papua New Guinea.  Part 1: Petrology and geochemistry of fluid-metasomatized mantle wedge xenoliths: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 188, p. 169-183.*

51. Petersen, S., Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 2000, Third dimension of a presently forming VMS deposit: TAG Hydrothermal Mound, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 26°N: Mineralium Deposita, v. 35, p. 233-259.

50. Hannington, M.D., Barrie, C.T., and Bleeker, W., 1999, The giant Kidd Creek volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, western Abitibi Subprovince, Canada: Preface and Introduction: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 1-30.*

49. Hannington, M.D., Barrie, C.T., and Bleeker, W., 1999, The giant Kidd Creek volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, western Abitibi Subprovince, Canada: Summary and Synthesis: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p.661-672.*

48. Hannington, M.D., Kjarsgaard, I., and Bleeker, W., 1999, Sulfide mineralogy, geochemistry and ore genesis of the Kidd Creek deposit. Part I.  The North, Central, and South Orebodies: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 163-224.*

47. Hannington, M.D., Kjarsgaard, I., and Bleeker, W., 1999, Sulfide Mineralogy, geochemistry, and ore genesis of the Kidd Creek Deposit. Part II. The bornite zone: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 225-266.*

46. Hannington, M.D., Poulsen, K.H., Thompson, J.F.H., and Sillitoe, R.H., 1999, Volcanogenic gold in the massive sulfide environment, in Barrie, C.T., and Hannington, M.D., Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits: Processes and Examples in Modern and Ancient Settings: Reviews in Economic Geology, Vol. 8, p. 319-350.*

45. Barrie, C.T., and Hannington, M.D., 1999, Classification of VMS deposits based on host rock compositions, in Barrie, C.T., and Hannington, M.D., eds., Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits: Processes and Examples in Modern and Ancient Settings: Reviews in Economic Geology, Vol. 8, p. 1-13.

44. Barrie, C.T., Hannington, M.D., and Bleeker, W., 1999, The giant Kidd Creek deposit, an example of a mafic/ultramafic-dominant system, in Barrie, C.T., and Hannington, M.D., eds., Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits: Processes and Examples in Modern and Ancient Settings: Reviews in Economic Geology, Vol. 8, p. 247-260.*

43. Barrie, C.T., Cousens, B.L., Hannington, M.D., Bleeker, W., and Gibson, H.L., 1999, Lead and neodymium isotope systematics of the Kidd Creek mine sequence and ore: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 497-510.

42. Koopman, E.R., Hannington, M.D., Santaguida, F., and Cameron, B.I., 1999, Petrology and geochemistry of proximal hydrothermal alteration at Kidd Creek: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 267-296. *

41. Percival, J.B., Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., Jonasson, I.R., 1999, Clay mineral associations in sulphide-bearing volcanic rocks and sediments from the Lihir Area, Papua New Guinea, in Kodama, H., Mermut, A.R., Torrence, J.K., eds., Clays For Our Future, Proceedings of the 11th International Clay Conference, p. 689-696.*

40. Prior, G., Gibson, H.L., Watkinson, D.H., Cook, R., and Hannington, M.D., 1999, Rare earth and high field strength element geochemistry of the Kidd Creek rhyolites: Evidence for Archean felsic volcanism and VMS formation in an Iceland-style rift environment: Economic Geology, Monograph 10, p. 457-484.

39. Stoffers, P., Hannington, M.D., Wright, I., Herzig, P., de Ronde, C., 1999, Elemental mercury at submarine hydrothermal vents in the Bay of Plenty, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand: Geology, v 27, no. 10, p. 931-934.*

38. Stoffers, P., Wright, I., de Ronde, C., Hannington, M., Villinger, H., Herzig, P., and Shipboard Scientific Party, 1999, Little-studied arc-backarc system in the spotlight: EOS Articles (Transactions Am. Geophys. Union), v. 80, no. 32, p. 353-359.

37. Tivey, M.K., Stakes, D.S., Cook, T.L., Hannington, M.D., and Petersen, S., 1999,  A model for the growth of steep-sided vent structures on the Endeavour Segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge: Results of a Petrologic and Geochemical Study: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 104, B10, p. 22,859-22,883.

36. Hannington, M.D., Galley, A.G., Herzig, P.M., and Petersen, S., 1998, A comparison of the TAG Mound and stockwork complex with Cyprus-type massive sulfide deposits: Proceedings Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results Volume Leg 158, p. 389-415.*

35. Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., Petersen, S., Gregoire, D.C., and Belanger, P., 1998, Major and trace element geochemistry of shipboard samples from Site 957, TAG Hydrothermal Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Proceedings Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results Volume Leg 158, p. 27-39.*

34. Herzig, P.M., Hannington, M.D., and Arribas, A. Jr., 1998, Sulfur isotopic composition of hydrothermal precipitates from the Lau Backarc: Implications for magmatic contributions to seafloor hydrothermal systems: Mineralium Deposita, v. 33, p. 226-237.

33. Herzig, P.M., Petersen, S., and Hannington, M.D., 1998, Geochemistry and sulfur isotopic composition of the TAG hydrothermal mound, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 26°N: Proceedings Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results Volume Leg 158, p. 47-68.

32. Petersen, S., Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1998, Fluid inclusion studies as a guide to the temperature regime within the TAG hydrothermal mound, 26°N, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Proceedings Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results Volume Leg 158, p. 163-178.

31. Leg 158 Shipboard Scientific Party, 1996, Drilling An Active Hydrothermal System on a Sediment-Free Slow-Spreading Ridge: Leg 158 Initial Reports Volume, Site 957 Trans-Atlantic Geotraverse Hydrothermal Mound, Ocean Drilling Program, 384 p.

30. Rona, R.A., Petersen, S., Becker, K., Von Herzen, P., Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., Naka, J., Lalou, C., and Thompson, G., 1996, Heat flow and mineralogy of TAG relict high-temperature hydrothermal zones: Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 26°N, 45°W: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 23, no. 23, p. 3511-3514.

29. Santaguida, F., and Hannington, M., 1996, Characteristics of gold mineralization in massive sulphide deposits of the Notre Dame Bay area, Central Newfoundland: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 33, p. 316-334.*

28. Sillitoe, R.H., Hannington, M.D., and Thompson, J.F., 1996, High sulfidation deposits in the volcanogenic massive sulfide environment: Economic Geology, v. 91, p. 204-212.

27. Hannington, M.D., Jonasson, I.R., Herzig, P.M., and Petersen, S., 1995, Physical and chemical processes of seafloor mineralization, in Humphris, S., Fornari, D., and Zierenberg, R., eds., Physical, Chemical, Biological and Geological Interactions within Hydrothermal Systems: AGU Monograph 91, p. 115-157. *

26. Hannington, M.D., Tivey, M.K., Larocque, A.C., Petersen, S., and Rona, P.A., 1995, The occurrence of gold in sulfide deposits of the TAG Hydrothermal Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Canadian Mineralogist, v. 33, pt. 4, p. 1285-1310.*

25. Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1995, Polymetallic massive sulfides at the modern seafloor: Ore Geology Reviews, v. 10, p. 95-115.

24. Leg 158 Scientific Party, 1995, Exploring an active seafloor hydrothermal system: Geotimes, August 1995, p. 21-23.

23. Leg 158 Shipboard Scientific Party, 1995, Drilling an active hydrothermal system at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge:  EOS Articles (Trans. Am. Geophys. Union) v. 76, p. 361.

22. Leg 158 Shipboard Scientific Party, 1995, The internal structure of an active sea-floor massive sulphide deposit: Nature, v. 377, no. 6551, p. 713-716.

21. Tivey, M.K., Humphris, S.E., Thompson, G., Hannington, M.D., and Rona, P.A., 1995, Deducing patterns of fluid flow and mixing within the active TAG mound using mineralogical and geochemical data: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 100, p. 2527-2556.

20. Herzig. P.M., Hannington, M.D., McInnes, B., Stoffers, P., Villinger, H., Seifert, R., Binns, R., Liebe, T., and Scientific Party, 1994, Submarine volcanism and hydrothermal venting studies in Papua New Guinea: EOS Articles (Trans. Am. Geophys. Union), v. 75, no. 44, p. 513-516.*

19. Hannington, M.D., 1993, The formation of atacamite during weathering of sulfides on the modern seafloor: Canadian Mineralogist, v. 31, pt. 4, p. 945-956.*

18. Ames, D.E., Franklin, J.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1993, Mineralogy and geochemistry of active and inactive chimneys and massive sulfides, Middle Valley, Northern Juan de Fuca Ridge - an evolving hydrothermal system: Canadian Mineralogist, v. 31, pt. 4, p. 997-1024.

17. Herzig, P.M., Hannington, M.D., Fouquet, Y., von Stackelberg, U., Petersen, S., 1993, Gold-rich polymetallic sulfides from the Lau back-arc and implications for the geochemistry of gold in seafloor hydrothermal systems of the S.W. Pacific: Economic Geology, v. 88, no. 8, p. 2182-2209.

16. Rona, P.A., Hannington, M.D., Raman, C.V., Thompson, G., Tivey, M.K., Humphris, S.E., Lalou, C., and Petersen, S., 1993, Active and relict seafloor hydrothermal mineralization in the TAG Hydrothermal Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Economic Geology, v. 88, no. 8, p 1989-2017.

15. Rona, P.A., Bogdanov, Y.A., Gurvich, E.G., Rimski-Korsakov, N.A., Sagalevitch, A.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1993, Relict hydrothermal mounds at the TAG Hydrothermal Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge 26°N, 45°W:  Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 98, no. B6, p. 9715-9730.

14. Hannington, M.D., and Jonasson, I.R., 1992, Fe and Mn oxides at seafloor hydrothermal vents, In Skinner, H.C.W. and Fitzpatrick, R.W., eds., Biomineralization Processes of Iron and Manganese: Catena v. 21, p. 351-370.*

13. Stakes, D., Moore, W.S., Tengdin, T., Holloway, L., Tivey, M., Hannington, M., Edmond, J., and Todd, J.F., 1992, Cores drilled into active smokers on Juan de Fuca Ridge: EOS Articles (Trans. Am. Geophys. Union), v. 73, no. 26, p. 273-283.

12. Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., Scott, S.D., Thompson, G., and Rona, P.A., 1991, Comparative mineralogy and geochemistry of gold-bearing sulfide deposits on the mid-ocean ridges: Marine Geology, v. 101, p. 217-248.*

11. Hannington, M.D. and Gorton, M.P., 1991, Analysis of sulfides for gold and associated trace metals by direct neutron activation with a low-flux reactor: Geostandards Newsletter, v. 15, no. 1, p. 145-154. *

10. Herzig, P.M., Hannington, M.D., Scott, S.D., Maliotis, G., Rona, P.A., and Thompson, G., 1991, Gold-rich seafloor gossans in the Troodos ophiolite and on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Economic Geology, v. 86, p. 1747-1755.

9. Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., and Alt, J.C., 1990, The distribution of gold in sub-seafloor stockwork mineralization from DSDP Hole 504B and the Agrokipia B deposit, Cyprus: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 27 p. 1409-1417.*

8. Scott, S.D., Chase, R.L., Hannington, M.D., Michael, P.J. and McConachy, T.F., 1990, Sulfide deposits, tectonics, and petrogenesis of Explorer Ridge, Northeast Pacific Ocean, In Malpas, J., Moores, E.M., Panayiotou, A., and Xenophontos, C., eds., Troodos '87, Ophiolites and Oceanic LithosphereGeological Survey Department, Nicosia, Cyprus, p. 719-733.

7. Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1990, Gold Found in Lau Back-Arc Sulfides: EOS Articles, v. 71, no. 38, p. 1090.

6. Hannington, M.D. and Scott, S.D., 1989, Sulfidation equilibria as guides to gold mineralization in volcanogenic massive sulfides: Evidence from sulfide mineralogy and the composition of sphalerite: Economic Geology, v. 84, no. 7, p. 1978-1995.*

5. Hannington, M.D. and Scott, S.D., 1989, Gold mineralization in volcanogenic massive sulfides: Implications of data from active hydrothermal vents on the modern seafloor: Economic Geology Monograph 6, p. 491-507.*

4. Hannington, M.D. and Scott, S.D., 1988, Mineralogy and geochemistry of a hydrothermal silica-sulfide-sulfate spire in the caldera of Axial Seamount, Juan de Fuca Ridge: Canadian Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 23, p. 603-625.*

3. Hannington, M.D. and Scott, S.D., 1988, Gold and silver potential of polymetallic sulfide deposits on the seafloor: Marine Mining, v. 7, no. 3, p. 271-285.*

2. Hannington, M.D., Thompson, G., Rona, P.A., and Scott, S.D., 1988, Gold and native copper in supergene sulfides from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Nature, v. 333, no. 6168, p. 64-66. *

1. Hannington, M.D., Peter, J.M. and Scott, S.D., 1986, Gold in sea-floor polymetallic sulfide deposits: Economic Geology, v. 81, no. 8, p. 1867-1883.*

 

Chapters in Books

 

16. Jamieson, J.W., Hannington, M.D. and Petersen, S., Seafloor Massive Sulfides, Encyclopedia of Mining and Offshore Engineering, Halkyard, J., Sang, C.Y. (Eds.), in press.

15. Monecke, T., Petersen, S., Hannington, M., Grant, H., and Samson, I., Rare Elements in Seafloor Massive Sulfide Deposits: Reviews in Economic Geology, v. 18, p. 245-306.

14. Jamieson, J.W., Petersen, S., Hannington, M.D. and Tivey, M.K., 2015, Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits, Encyclopedia of Marine Geosciences, Harff, J., Meschede, M., Petersen, S., Thiede, J. (Eds.), Springer Publishing, Dordrecht, p. 921-927, doi 10.1007/978-94-007-6644-0_119-1.

13. Hannington, M.D., 2014, Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits, in Scott, S.D., ed., Chapter 18, The Geochemistry of Ore Deposits, Vol. 13. Treatise on Geochemistry (ed. H.D. Holland and K.K. Turekian), Elsevier-Pergamon, Oxford, p. 463-488.

12. Hannington, M.D., 2009, Modern submarine hydrothermal systems – a global perspective on distribution, size and tectonic settings, in Cousens, B.L. and Piercey, S.J., eds., Submarine Volcanism and Mineralization: Modern Through Ancient: Geological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits Division, Short Course Volume 19, p 91-146.

11. Dubé, B., Gosselin, P., Mercier-Langevin, P., Hannington, M.D., and Galley, A., 2007, Gold-rich volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits, in Goodfellow, W.D., ed., Mineral Deposits of Canada: Geological Association of Canada, MDD Special Publication No. 5, p. 75-94.

10. Galley, A.G., Hannington, M.D., and Jonasson, I.R., 2007, Volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits, in Goodfellow, W.D., ed., Mineral Deposits of Canada: Geological Association of Canada, MDD Special Publication No. 5, p. 141-162.

9. Mercier-Langevin, P., Dubé, B., Lafrance, B., Hannington, M., Galley, A., Moorehead, J., and Gosselin, P., 2007, Metallogeny of the Doyon-Bousquet-LaRonde mining camp, Abitibi Greenstone belt, Quebec, in Goodfellow, W.D., ed., Mineral Deposits of Canada: Geological Association of Canada, MDD Special Publication No. 5, p. 673-702.

8. Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 2006, Chapter 13. Input from the deep: Hot vents and cold seeps, in Schulz, H.D., and Zabel, M., eds., Marine Geochemistry, 2nd Edition: Springer-Verlag, Berlin, p. 457-480.

7. Hannington, M.D., de Ronde, C.E.J., and Petersen, S., 2005, Modern sea-floor tectonics and submarine hydrothermal systems: 100th Anniversary Volume of Economic Geology, p. 111-142.

6. Allen, R.L., Weihed, P., and Global VMS Research Project Team (14 others, including M. Hannington), 2002, Global comparisons of volcanic-associated massive sulphide districts, in Blundell, D.J., Neubauer, F., and Von Quadt, A., eds., The Timing and Location of Major Ore Deposits in an Evolving Orogen: Geological Society of London Special Publication 204, p. 13-37.

5. Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 2000, Chapter 13. Input from the deep: Hot vents and cold seeps, in Schulz, H.D., and Zabel, M., eds., Marine Geochemistry: Springer-Verlag, Berlin, p. 398-416.

4. Herzig, P.M., and Hannington, M.D., 1999, Recent advances in the study of polymetallic massive sulfides and gold mineralization at the modern seafloor, in Cronan, D.S., ed., CRC Handbook of Marine Mineral Deposits: CRC Press Inc., p. 347-368.

3. Poulsen, H., and Hannington, M., 1996, Auriferous Volcanogenic Sulfide Deposits, in Geology of Canadian Mineral Deposit Types, O.R. Eckstrand, W.D. Sinclair, and R.I. Thorpe, Geology of Canada, No. 8, Decade of North American Geology (DNAG), Geological Society of America, P-1. p. 183-196.

2. Hannington, M.D., Herzig, P.M., and Scott, S.D., 1991, 8. Auriferous hydrothermal precipitates on the modern seafloor, In Foster, R.P., ed., Gold Metallogeny and Exploration: Blackie and Son Ltd., London, p. 249-282.

1. Koski, R.A., Scott, S.D., Hannington, M.D., Delaney, J.R., and Tivey, M.K., 1987, Hydrothermal processes and massive sulfide deposits on the Juan de Fuca Ridge and other Northeast Pacific spreading axes, In Scholl, D.W., Grantz, A., and Vedder, J., eds., Geology and Resource Potential of Western North America and Adjacent Ocean Basins - Beaufort Sea to Baja California, Circum-Pacific Council for Energy and Mineral Resources, Earth Science Series, v. 6, p. 621-638.