Elemental and isotope compositions of lipids, kerogens and asphaltenes from samples of DSDP Hole 41-368, supplement to: Simoneit, Bernd R T; Brenner, Shmuel; Peters, K E; Kaplan, I R (1981): Thermal alteration of Cretaceous black shale by diabase intrusions in the eastern Atlantic - II. Effects on bitumen and kerogen. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 45(9), 1581-1602

Bernd R T Simoneit, Shmuel Brenner, K E Peters & I R Kaplan
The thermal effects of three (one major and two minor) Miocene diabase intrusions on Cretaceous black shales from DSDP site 41-368 have been analyzed. A concentration gradient was observed, especially for the hydrocarbons, decreasing towards the major intrusion and between the three sills. The thermally-altered samples in the proximity of and between the sills contained elemental sulfur and an excess of thermally-derived pristane over phytane. whereas, the unaltered sediments contained no elemental sulfur, and more...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.