Susceptibility, density, iron and calcium concentrations of ODP holes 165-999B and 165-1001A, supplement to: Röhl, Ursula; Abrams, Lewis J (2000): High-resolution, downhole, and nondestructive core measurements from Sites 999 and 1001 in the Caribbean Sea: application to the Late Paleocene Thermal Maximum. In: Leckie, RM; Sigurdsson, H; Acton, GD; Draper, G (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 165, 191-203

Ursula Röhl & Lewis J Abrams
Pelagic sediments recording an extreme and short-lived global warming event, the Late Paleocene Thermal Maximum (LPTM), were recovered from Hole 999B (Colombian Basin) and Holes 1001A and 1001B (lower Nicaraguan Rise) in the Caribbean Sea during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 165. The LPTM consists of a 0.3-0.97 m calcareous claystone to claystone horizon. High-resolution downhole logging (Formation MicroScanner [FMS]), standard downhole logs (resistivity, velocity, density, natural gamma ray, and geochemical log), and non-destructive chemical and...
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