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Ship: Kana Keoki
Cruise: KK810626-05 (KK81)
Sample: KK810626-5 STA96 RD70
Device: dredge, rock
Latitude: 18.20333
Longitude: 171.1433
Water Depth(m): 1900 to 1700
Date: 19811104
Storage: room temperature, dry
Province: seamount or seamount province

Mid Pacific Seamounts. 8 buckets of samples individually labeled 1-4 available.
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Comments: 4 bags + lab samples. Approx. 600 lbs (270 kgs) of rocks. South side of north seamount dredged. Of the samples obtained, four thin sections were made: A1 - Augite, plagioclase, olivine main mineral components. Subophitic texture. Plag. Laths enclosed by subhedral augite in a fine grained intergranular to hyalopilitic groundmass containing glass + opaques. Olivine highly altered. Olivine, plag, augite basalt - Alkali basalt. B1 - This plag. laths, Olivine rimmed w/ iddingsite, corroded or resorbed augite, intergranular opaques, vesicle filling carbonates. Vesicular texture, pilotaxitic to subvariolitic plag.texture. Hawaiite or vesicular Alkaliolivine basalt. C1 - Highly altered olivine, Augite, plagioclase intergrowths w/ Augite. Texture - subophitic to subvariolitic plag. w/ augite with glassy interstital groundmass. Fine grained Iddingsite - plag basalt. D1 - Subhedral augite, altered plag. laths, chert nodules or vesicle fillings (?), iddingsit; texture subvariolitic plag laths, vesicles filled; w/ chert or chert nodules entrained in flow; Highly altered alkali-olivine basalt or Iddingsite-plag basalt. In addition, there were several carbonate cemented breccias which may be tectonic judging from variable fragment types. Rocks included - volcaniclastic breccia (w/ vesicular basalt cobbles) and chert nodules surrounded by phosphatized (?) carbonate.

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