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Ship: Robert D. Conrad
Cruise: RC15 (RC1509)
Sample: 168
Device: core, piston
Latitude: 0.605
Longitude: -41.142
Water Depth(m): 4123
Date: 19720616
IGSN: DSR000NT4
Core length (cm): 1059
Diameter (cm): 6
Storage: room temperature, moisture sealed
1 :    0 to 42 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: siliceous, sponge spicules
Secondary texture: mud or ooze
Components: terrigenous
Geologic Age: unknown
2 :    42 to 81 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: manganese
Components: calcareous, foraminifera
Geologic Age: unknown
Comments: NODULES
3 :    81 to 100 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Geologic Age: unknown
4 :    100 to 617 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Secondary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Geologic Age: unknown
5 :    617 to 618 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Secondary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Secondary texture: mud or ooze
Components: pyrite or marcasite
siliceous, sponge spicules
Geologic Age: unknown
6 :    618 to 778 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Secondary texture: mud or ooze
Components: pyrite or marcasite
Geologic Age: unknown
7 :    778 to 798 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Geologic Age: unknown
8 :    798 to 1059 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Secondary texture: mud or ooze
Components: pyrite or marcasite
siliceous, sponge spicules
Geologic Age: unknown
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When you refer to individual samples/data in the IMLGS, please cite each source repository whose data you use.

More Information and how to cite the IMLGS: doi:10.7289/V5H41PB8.


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