Various ratios of C1-C5 hydrocarbons, gas composition and computed temperature at DSDP Leg 64 Holes

Bernd R T Simoneit
I have evaluated shipboard data and preliminary interpretations related to organic geochemistry in light of additional shore-based analyses. Data on interstitial gas, the C/N ratio, and fluorescence indicate that organic matter was altered by sills and that these were all single intrusions except the upper sill complex at Site 481, which was a multiple emplacement. Site 477 had the highest in situ temperature, estimated from interstitial gas composition to be 225°C.
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