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Repository: National Lacustrine Core Repository
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Ship: KRK1
Cruise: Yellowstone
Hole: Yellowstone-YL92-1B
Device: core, piston
Lake: Yellowstone Lake
Latitude: 44.44209
Longitude: -110.39466
Water Depth(m): 82
Date: 19920918
PI: Kerry Kelts, Charlie Tiller, Sheri Fritz, Edward Theriot
Core length (cm): 910
Diameter (cm): 5
Storage: refrigerated
Province: lake, inland fresh water

Country: USA; State/Province: Wyoming; County/Region: Teton; Elevation (m): 2358; LacCoreID: Yellowstone-YL92-1B; FieldID: Y92-FD-2M; Date: 1992-09-18; Water Depth: 81.5m; Sediment Depth: 0-0.52m; Position: approximate (location/coordinates identified on a map); Sample Type: core
1 :    0 to 300 cm in core Unit: IX
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg site location: Teton County Wyoming, USA; approximate position (location/coordinates identified on a map)
Description: banded variably mottled diatomaceous mud
2 :    300 to 480 cm in core Unit: VIII
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg
Description: banded variably mottled intermittently weakly diatom-laminated diatomaceous mud.
3 :    480 to 550 cm in core Unit: VII
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg
Description: banded weakly diatom-laminated diatomaceous mud
4 :    550 to 670 cm in core Unit: VI
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg
Description: mottled intermittently banded diatomaceous mud
5 :    670 to 895 cm in core Unit: Va
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg
Description: interbedded well diatom-laminated and mottled diatomaceous mud with a volcanic ash layer and a fining upward sequence.
6 :    895 to 910 cm in core Unit: IIc
Geologic Age: Holocene
Comments: Kullenberg
Description: uniform diatom-laminated slightly clayey diatomaceous mud with occasional sulfides.
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More Information and how to cite the IMLGS: doi:10.7289/V5H41PB8.


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