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Index to Marine and Lacustrine Geological Samples (IMLGS)

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Ship: Vema
Cruise: VM34 (V3408)
Sample: 115
Device: core, piston
Latitude: 14.525
Longitude: 67.872
Water Depth(m): 3927
Date: 19771010
IGSN: DSR000DA4
Core length (cm): 635
Diameter (cm): 6
Storage: room temperature, dry
1 :    0 to 31 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, biogenic
Primary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Components: terrigenous
2 :    31 to 45 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, nannofossils
Primary texture: mud or ooze
Components: terrigenous
3 :    45 to 52 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, biogenic
Primary texture: sandy mud or ooze
Components: terrigenous
4 :    52 to 131 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, nannofossils
Primary texture: mud or ooze
5 :    131 to 154 cm in core
Primary composition: calcareous, biogenic
Primary texture: mud or ooze
6 :    154 to 165 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sand
7 :    165 to 196 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
9 :    268 to 325 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
10 :    325 to 377 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sand
11 :    377 to 382 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
12 :    382 to 427 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: muddy sand
13 :    427 to 468 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
14 :    468 to 535 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sand
15 :    535 to 556 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: mud or ooze
16 :    556 to 635 cm in core
Primary composition: terrigenous
Primary texture: sand
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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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