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WDC MGG Seafloor Series Vol I

Core Data from the Deep Sea Drilling Project


Leg 84, hole 566

Physiographic feature:canyn
Total penetration (m):59
# sediment cores:9
Oldest sediment core:5
Oldest sediment age:Upper Pleistocene
Oldest sediment description: dark olive gray mudstone
Type of crust:oceanic
Depth to basement (m): 22
# Rock cores:4
Rock description:peridotite/serpeninite
Other holes at this site:566A  566B  566C
Adjacent sites : 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 567 568 569

Data types available:
afd paleomagnetics original delimited browse
age profile original delimited  
benthic foraminifera original delimited browse
carbon/carbonate original delimited  
core depth recovery original delimited  
density-porosity original delimited  
diatoms original delimited browse
discrete sediment
paleomagnetics
original delimited browse
gamma ray attenuation
porosity evaluator
original delimited  
igneous/metamorphic rock
major-element chemistry
original delimited browse
igneous/metamorphic rock
minor-element chemisty
original delimited browse
igneous/metamorphic rock
thin section descriptions
original  browse
nannofossils original delimited browse
planktonic foraminifera original delimited browse
SCREEN descriptions original delimited browse
site summary information original delimited  
smearslide descriptions original delimited browse
sonic velocity original delimited  
visual descriptions original delimited browse
water chemistry
(interstitial)
original delimited  

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