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Underway physical oceanography and carbon dioxide measurements during L. M. Gould cruise L04BSFC_PRT

Taro Takahashi
Cruise QC flag: D (see further details)

Underway physical oceanography and carbon dioxide measurements during L. M. Gould cruise L05BSFC_PRT

Taro Takahashi
Cruise QC flag: C (see further details)

Underway physical oceanography and carbon dioxide measurements during L. M. Gould cruise L05ESFC_PRT

Taro Takahashi
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(Table 1) Rock-Eval pyrolysis and total organic carbon at DSDP Hole 64-479

K E Peters & Bernd R T Simoneit

Petroleum-generating potential of sediments at DSDP Leg 64 Holes, supplement to: Kendrick, J W (1982): Petroleum-generating potential of sediment in the Gulf of California. In: Curray, JR; Moore, DG; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 64, 871-875

J W Kendrick
Sediments from the Gulf of California contain sufficient amounts of thermally reactive organic matter to be considered fair-to-good potential petroleum source rocks. While sediments deposited within the present oxygen-minimum zone have the greatest amounts of organic matter, those deposited below the oxygen-minimum contain sufficient organic matter to be considered potential source rocks. The organic matter in the sediment is almost exclusively marine, Type II kerogen. Different techniques of determining kerogen composition produce generally compatible answers,...

Radiosonde measurements from station Kwajalein (2010-03)

Joseph Michalsky

(Table 2) Total and free T3 and T4 concentrations in black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) and northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) chicks, Kongsfjorden

Therese Haugdahl Nøst, Lisa Bjørnsdatter Helgason, Mikael Harju, Eldbjørg S Heimstad, Geir W Gabrielsen & Bjørn Munro Jenssen
TTx = total Tx, FTx = free Tx.

Radiosonde measurements from station Bermuda (2012-01)

Joseph Michalsky
Start location: Bermuda; Distance from radiation site: 2 km

Radiosonde measurements from station Bermuda (2012-05)

Joseph Michalsky
Start location: Bermuda; Distance from radiation site: 2 km

Radiosonde measurements from station Bermuda (2012-09)

Joseph Michalsky
Start location: Bermuda; Distance from radiation site: 2 km

Radiosonde measurements from station Bermuda (2012-11)

Joseph Michalsky
Start location: Bermuda; Distance from radiation site: 2 km

Radiosonde measurements from station Bermuda (2012-12)

Joseph Michalsky
Start location: Bermuda; Distance from radiation site: 2 km

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-02)

Joseph Michalsky

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-05)

Joseph Michalsky

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-07)

Joseph Michalsky

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-08)

Joseph Michalsky

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-10)

Joseph Michalsky

Basic measurements of radiation at station Bermuda (2012-12)

Joseph Michalsky

Shear strength measurements on sediment core GIK17795-2 west of the East Pacific Rise, subtropical South Pacific

Kyaw Winn

(Table 13) Carbonate events identified at DSDP Hole 32-310

Edith Vincent

Physical oceanography during HEINCKE cruise HE378

Jens Floeter & Gerd Rohardt

Mass-accumulation rates for the non-authigenic, inorganic, crystalline, eolian component of sediments recovered at DSDP Sites 62-464 to 62-466, supplement to: Rea, David K; Harrsch, Eileen C (1981): Mass-accumulation rates of the non-authigenic inorganic crystalline (eolian) component of deep-sea sediments from Hess Rise, Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 464, 465, and 466. In: Thiede, J; Vallier, TL; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 62, 661-668

David K Rea & Eileen C Harrsch
The mass-accumulation rate (MAR) of the non-authigenic, inorganic, crystalline component of deep-sea sediments from the Pacific aseismic rises apparently reflects influx of eolian sediment. The eolian sediment usually is dominated by volcanic material, except during glacial times. Sediments from Hess Rise provide a discontinuous record of eolian MARs. During Albian to Cenomanian time, the influx of volcanic material was fairly high (0.35-0.6 g/cm**2/10**3 yr), recording the latest stages of the Albian volcanism that formed Hess...

(Table 5) Major-elements from DSDP Holes 61-462, 61-462A and 33-315A

Ralph Moberly & Hugh C Jenkyns
FeO recalculated as Fe2O3 in analyses from DSDP Site 61-462. Note the strong chemical similarity between the two sets of claystones.

(Table 2) Geochemistry at DSDP Holes 62-464 and 62-465A, supplement to: Seifert, Karl E; Vallier, Tracy L; Windom, Kenneth E; Morgan, S R (1981): Geochemistry and petrology of igneous rocks, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 62. In: Thiede, J; Vallier, TL; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 62, 945-953

Karl E Seifert, Tracy L Vallier, Kenneth E Windom & S R Morgan
Igneous rocks were recovered from three sites on Hess Rise during Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 62: altered basalt at Site 464, at the northern end of Hess Rise; and altered trachyte from Site 465, and rounded basalt pebbles in upper Albian to middle Miocene sediments from Site 466, both at the southern end of Hess Rise. Major-, minor-, and trace-element data for basalt from Hole 464 are consistent with these rocks being transitional tholeiites...

(Table 2) Elastic constants and shear-wave velocities at DSDP Hole 62-465A

Nikolas I Christensen, Roy H Wilkens, S M Lundquist & J P Schultz

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