14,993 Works

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

H K C Perry, Claude Jaupart, Jean-Claude Mareschal, Frédérique Rolandone & Gérard Bienfait

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

J D Phillips, G Thompson, Richard P von Herzen & V T Bowen

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

M B J Purss & J Cull

(Table 15) Major and trace elements at DSDP Hole 82-564 basalts

Barry L Weaver, John Tarney & Andrew D Saunders

Physical oceanography during MADORNINA cruise MD0795

Ricardo Prego Reboredo
Institute of Marine Research, Vigo. Authorship was originally "OMEX Project Members; BODC" and was changed by request of the BODC.

Physical oceanography during PELAGIA cruise PLG95B

Hendrik M van Aken
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research. Authorship was originally "OMEX Project Members; BODC" and was changed by request of the BODC.

Physical oceanography during AURIGA cruise PLUTUR3

Joao Alveirinho Dias

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

John G Sclater, Dan Karig, Lawrence A Lawver & Keith E Louden

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

John G Sclater

(Table 2) Geochemistry at DSDP Hole 82-561

Joyce C Brannon

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

Barbara Simpson

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

Michael Springer & Andrea Förster

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

Chandler A Swanberg, M D Chessman, Gene Simmons, S B Smithson, G Grönlie & K S Heier

(Table 3) Selective destructive demagnetization at DSDP Hole 83-504B

Guy M Smith & Subir K Banerjee
Remanence of breccia pieces from SDD.

Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection

Ken C Macdonald, Bruce P Luyendyk & Richard P von Herzen

(Table 1) Oxygen isotopes in minerals at DSDP Hole 83-504B basalts

Hans Friedrichsen
The D/H, 18O/16O and 87Sr/86Sr ratios of the basaltic basement from the Leg 83 section of DSDP Hole 504B show that in that area the oceanic crust has experienced intensive but not pervasive alteration. Isotope ratios of the basalts are very heterogeneous because of an input of oxygen, hydrogen, and strontium from seawater. The hydrogen isotopic composition of many samples displays the complete thermal history of the water-rock interactions. High-temperature mineral formations (actinolites, epidotes, and...

(Table 3) Foraminiferal 87Sr/86Sr ratios and ages of ODP Hole 162-986D sediments

Carl Fredrik Forsberg, Anders Solheim, Anders Elverhoi, Eystein Jansen, James E T Channell & Espen Sletten Andersen
Site 986 was drilled to 965 meters below seafloor (mbsf) on the western Svalbard margin to record the onset of glaciations and to date and document the glacial evolution in the Svalbard-Barents Sea region during the Pliocene-Pleistocene. In this paper, results of sedimentological analyses are discussed in light of seismic stratigraphy and new age determinations. The latter were difficult to obtain in the glacial deposits, and datums are sparse. Through combined paleomagnetic data, biostratigraphy, and...

Water level at Samoylov Island Lake 1

Anna Abnizova, Jan Siemens, Moritz Langer & Julia Boike

Water level at Samoylov Island Pond 1

Anna Abnizova, Jan Siemens, Moritz Langer & Julia Boike

Distribution of ice rafted debris (>250µm) in sediment core PS1243-1

Henning A Bauch, Evgenia S Kandiano & Jan Peter Helmke

Vedde Ash volcanic tephra (rhyolithic shards) >250 µm in sediment core PS1243-1

Henning A Bauch, Evgenia S Kandiano & Jan Peter Helmke

Sea-bottom video at ROV station PS77/253-1, Larsen-A, full length

Laura Fillinger, Dorte Janussen, Tomas Lundälv & Claudio Richter
Due to difficulties with time synchronization there is a 15s delay between the time shown in the videos and the ship time (PC time). Both times are listed in the table. If any video/picture from this collection is used, please credit them to Tomas Lundälv (mailto:tomas.lundalv@loven.gu.se). Use the VLC media player for playing the videos (http://www.videolan.org/). See further details link for navigation files.

(Table 1) Clay geochemistry from basalt at DSDP Hole 84-567A

Yujiro Ogawa, Kantaro Fujioka, Tadao Nishiyama, Seiichiro Uehara & Masaharu Nakagawa
Empty cells indicate no detection or trace, in analysis number 2 no calculation.

(Table 2) Geochemistry of metallic sediments at DSDP Hole 84-567A

Yujiro Ogawa, Kantaro Fujioka, Tadao Nishiyama, Seiichiro Uehara & Masaharu Nakagawa
Empty cells indicate no detection or trace.

Component NRM directions for sediment core HLY0503-08JPC

Chuang Xuang & James E T Channell

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