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Ship: Vema
Cruise: VM34 (V3404)
Sample: 038
Device: core, piston
Latitude: 3.25
Longitude: 121.308
Water Depth(m): 4975
Date: 19770617
IGSN: DSR000CI3
Core length (cm): 750
Diameter (cm): 6
Storage: room temperature, dry
1 :    0 to 20 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
2 :    20 to 109 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
3 :    109 to 110 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
calcareous, foraminifera
4 :    110 to 237 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
5 :    237 to 253 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Secondary composition: terrigenous
Secondary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
siliceous
Comments: GRADES
6 :    253 to 265 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous
7 :    265 to 339 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
8 :    339 to 386 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Secondary composition: terrigenous
Secondary texture: sand
Components: calcareous, foraminifera
Comments: GRADES
9 :    386 to 400 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
10 :    400 to 402 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
calcareous, shells
11 :    402 to 461 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, nannofossils
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: terrigenous
siliceous, sponge spicules
12 :    461 to 483 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
13 :    483 to 508 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
14 :    508 to 510 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
15 :    510 to 585 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
16 :    585 to 589 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
17 :    589 to 597 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
18 :    597 to 624 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, foraminifera
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
Comments: LAMINATIONS
19 :    624 to 686 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
20 :    686 to 688 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
Components: siliceous, sponge spicules
21 :    688 to 713 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
22 :    713 to 737 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
23 :    737 to 742 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
24 :    742 to 749 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Components: siliceous
25 :    749 to 750 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: calcareous, nannofossils
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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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