Clay mineralogy and multi-element chemistry of surface sediments on the Aiberian-Arctic Shelf, supplement to: Viscosi-Shirley, C; Mammone, K; Pisias, Nicklas G; Dymond, Jack R (2003): Clay mineralogy and multi-element chemistry of surface sediments on the Siberian Arctic shelf: implications for sediment provenance and grain size sorting. Continental Shelf Research, 23(11-13), 1175-1200

C Viscosi-Shirley, K Mammone, Nicklas G Pisias & Jack R Dymond
Clay mineral and bulk chemical (Si, Al, K, Mg, Sr, La, Ce, Nd) analyses of terrigenous surface sediments on the Siberian-Arctic shelf indicate that there are five regions with distinct, or endmember, sedimentary compositions. The formation of these geochemical endmembers is controlled by sediment provenance and grain size sorting. (1) The shale endmember (Al, K and REE rich sediment) is eroded from fine-grained marine sedimentary rocks of the Verkhoyansk Mountains and Kolyma-Omolon superterrain, and discharged...
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