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Ship: Eltanin
Cruise: ELT19
Sample: 007-PC
Device: core, piston
Latitude: -67.163
Longitude: -109.088
Water Depth(m): 5146
Date: 19650000
IGSN: ARF0007M9
Core length (cm): 1750
Diameter (cm): 6
Storage: refrigerated
1 :    0 to 32 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
2 :    32 to 48 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: siliceous, diatoms
3 :    48 to 285 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
4 :    285 to 416 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
5 :    416 to 420 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
6 :    420 to 439 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: terrigenous
7 :    439 to 690 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
8 :    690 to 774 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
9 :    774 to 802 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: terrigenous
10 :    802 to 980 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
11 :    980 to 1017 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
12 :    1017 to 1120 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: terrigenous
13 :    1120 to 1318 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
14 :    1318 to 1380 cm in core
Primary composition: siliceous, diatoms
Primary texture: mud or ooze
15 :    1380 to 1470 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
16 :    1470 to 1591 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: terrigenous
17 :    1591 to 1620 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
18 :    1620 to 1750 cm in core
Primary composition: clay minerals
Components: terrigenous
Geologic Age: Pliocene
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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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