Physical properties of ODP Holes 124-768C and 124-770C (Table 1), supplement to: Jarrard, Richard D; Broglia, Christina (1991): Geophysical properties of oceanic crust at Sites 768 and 770. In: Silver, EA; Rangin, C; von Breymann, MT; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 124, 75-90

Richard D Jarrard & Christina Broglia
Velocity, density, resistivity, and neutron-porosity logs were recorded in virtually the entire 222-m-thick section of basaltic back-arc crust drilled at Site 768 and through the 106-m section of MORB crust at Site 770. Our analysis of these logs and comparison with measurements on discrete cores permit determination of interlog relationships and evaluation of the reliability of each log.Crustal porosity (Phi) at the two sites is most accurately determinable from transit time (Delta t) and the...
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