Stable isotope composition of secondary carbonates from basalric lavas of ODP Hole 104-642E, supplement to: Love, David A; Frape, Shaun K; Gibson, Ian L; Jones, M G (1989): The d18O and d13C isotopic composition of secondary carbonates from basaltic lavas cored in Hole 642E, Ocean Drilling Program Leg 104. In: Eldholm, O; Thiede, J; Taylor, E; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 104, 449-455

David A Love, Shaun K Frape, Ian L Gibson & M G Jones
Hole 642E is located near the outer margin of the Voring Plateau in the Norwegian Sea. The thick pile of basaltic lavas penetrated during drilling are variably altered with extensive development of calcite, which fills vesicles and fractures along with saponite and celadonite. delta13C results, determined by mass spectrometry, show that most carbonates above about 1040 m have values between -2.5 and -5.5 per mil (PDB), but a few samples at approximately 1090 m have...
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