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Repository: US Extended Continental Shelf Project
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Ship: Marcus G. Langseth
Cruise: MGL1111 (L-11-11-BS)
Sample: MGL1111-CTD1
Device: core, gravity
Latitude: 57.5107
Longitude: -175.9278
Water Depth(m): 3776
Date: 20110821
PI: Ginger Barth
Storage: refrigerated
Province: abyssal plain
1 :    0 to 20 cm in core
Comments: 8 inch mini gravity corer/CTD bottom detector, < 1 cubic cm, loose sample only. Remaining sediment is less than a thimble full, caught in core catcher rim and behind collar weights. Sed is brown, no odor detected, appears to be fine particulate rather than clay-like. Core recovered sediment but most was lost at sea upon CTD recovery. Aleutian Basin-Bering Sea. MGL1111-OBS06.
Description: brown mud, fine grained, no odor

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More Information and how to cite the IMLGS: doi:10.7289/V5H41PB8.

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