Volcanoclastic sediments in the Tyrrhenian Basin, supplement to: McCoy, Floyd W; Cornell, Winton (1990): Volcaniclastic sediments in the Tyrrhenian Basin. In: Kastens, KA; Mascle, J; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 107, 291-305

Floyd W McCoy & Winton Cornell
The results of lithologic, petrographic, grain-size, and chemical studies of volcaniclastic sediments recovered during Leg 107 of the Ocean Drilling Program show that a variety of volcaniclastic sediments occur in the Tyrrhenian Basin. The abundance of volcanic glass and presence (or lack) of sediment structure is used to classify the sediments into four sediment-deposit types: (1) tephra fall, (2) volcaniclastic turbidite, (3) debris flow, and (4) volcanic sand. The abundance and distribution of these sediment...
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