Temporal resolution: 2 seconds
Empty cells = no data.
Height of tropopause 9814 m, precipitable water content 1.0978 cm
Height of tropopause 8216 m, precipitable water content 0.3775 cm
Height of tropopause 8103 m, precipitable water content 0.2277 cm
Height of tropopause 7055 m, precipitable water content 0.1088 cm
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. <1 = trace. Carbonate, alkaline feldspar, clinoptilolite, analcime, illite chlorite, Fe-Mg chlorite, attapulgite and serpentine also looked for but not found.. A = abundant, P = present, T = trace, - = not found.
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. <1 = trace. Carbonate, alkaline feldspar, clinoptilolite, phillipsite, analcime, opal CT, Fe-Mg chlorite, attapulgite and serpentine also looked for but not found.
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] is the composite depth of the section, AGE [ka BP] is the resampled and interpolated age. Integration interpolation: mean values between mid-points.
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. <1 = trace; #1 = 1-2; #2 = 2-3; #3 = 3-4; ?0 = presence uncertain.
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. <0.5 = trace; #1 = 1-2; #2 = 2-3; #3 = 3-4; #5 = 5-6.
Minerals of bulk and fine-grained (2 µm) samples from DSDP Leg 60, supplement to: Latouche, Claude; Maillet, Noelle; Blanchet, R (1982): X-ray mineralogy studies, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 60. In: Hussong, DM; Uyeda, S; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 60, 437-453Claude Latouche, Noelle Maillet & R Blanchet
A bulk-sediment and clay-fraction X-ray diffraction study of samples from Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 60 shows an abundance of the following minerals: plagioclase feldspar, zeolite, smectite, Fe-Mg chlorite, attapulgite, and serpentine. Amorphous compounds are also abundant.The variations in abundance of the different components correspond to episodes of volcanic activity through time. Deposits from periods of great activity are composed of sediments very rich in amorphous matter and in "primary" minerals (e.g., plagioclase feldspars). During...
Geochemistry at DSDP Leg 60, supplement to: Desprairies, Alain (1982): Authigenic minerals in volcanogenic sediments cored during Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 60. In: Hussong, DM; Uyeda, S; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 60, 455-466Alain Desprairies
Eocene to Pleistocene volcanogenic sediments from the Mariana Trough and the Mariana arc-trench system have been studied by X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence, and atomic absorption, and with a scanning electron microscope with an X-ray-energy-dispersive attachment. The mineralogical composition of the volcaniclastic sediments (tuffs) is the same as that of the other associated sediments (mudstones). Diagenetic alterations are significant and seem to result from two processes. The first (low-temperature alteration) develops with age and depth; it...
Analyses of a Holocene soil/loess sequence in Southern Siberia, supplement to: Kravchinsky, Vadim; Langereis, Cornelis G; Walker, Shawn D; Dlusskiy, Konstantin G; White, Dustin (2013): Discovery of Holocene millennial climate cycles in the Asian continental interior: Has the sun been governing the continental climate? Global and Planetary Change, 110(C), 386-396Vadim Kravchinsky, Cornelis G Langereis, Shawn D Walker, Konstantin G Dlusskiy & Dustin White
We conducted a high-resolution study of a unique Holocene sequence of wind-blown sediments and buried soils in Southern Siberia, far from marine environment influences. This was accomplished in order to assess the difference between North Atlantic marine and in-land climate variations. Relative wind strength was determined by grain size analyses of different stratigraphic units. Petromagnetic measurements were performed to provide a proxy for the relative extent of pedogenesis. An age model for the sections was...
(Table 3) Contribution of different C species and eCA to phytoplanktonic DIC uptake in water samples obtained during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXIV/3Ika A Neven, Jacqueline Stefels, Steven van Heuven, Hein J W de Baar & J Theo M Elzenga
The SE's for the contribution of eCA were calculated from the SE's for HCO3- contributions determined from control and eCA inhibited experiments using SE propagation.
<1 = traces. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.
Mineralogy at DSDP Sites 68-502 and 68-503, supplement to: Schumann, Dieter; Nagel, Ulrich (1982): Leg 68: Shore-based x-ray mineralogy. In: Prell, WL; Gardner, JV; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 68, 397-402Dieter Schumann & Ulrich Nagel
Eighty-four sediment samples from four holes at Site 502 and 54 samples from three holes at Site 503 were analyzed for mineral content by semiquantitative X-ray diffraction methods. Site 502 is located in the Western Caribbean, whereas Site 503 lies in the Eastern Pacific (probably on the north flank of the Galapagos Spreading Center). Both sites were chosen to yield continuous core sections for investigations of late Neogene and Quaternary biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy and to...
(Table 2) Sediment accumulation rates for DSDP Site 61-462, subdivided into approximate 2-m.y. intervalsDavid K Rea & Jörn Thiede
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Empty cells = no data.