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(Table 3) Composition of carbonate phases (stage 4) of altered rocks with increasing distance across the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, ODP Leg 168 data

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.706205
Keywords
  • 168-1025C
  • 168-1027C
  • 168-1032A
  • Calcium Carbonate
  • Comment
  • Distance
  • Drilling
  • Iron Carbonate
  • Siderite
  • Joides Resolution
  • Juan De Fuca Ridge
  • North Pacific Ocean
  • Leg168
  • Magnesium Carbonate
  • Magnesite
  • Manganese Carbonate
  • Rhodochrosite
  • Minerals
  • North Pacific Ocean
  • Ocean Drilling Program
  • Odp
  • Odp Sample Designation
  • Rock Type
  • Sample Code/Label
  • Sample Comment
  • Sample Position
  • Stage
  • Sum
  • Texture
Disciplines
  • Design

Abstract

ODP identifies cores, sections and samples by a sequence of numerals: Core: leg number + site number + hole letter + core number + core-type letter. Example: Core 101-626A-2R Section: leg number + site number + hole letter + core number + core-type letter + section number. Example: Section 101-626A-2R-1 Core catcher: leg number + site number + hole letter + core number + core-type letter + core-catcher abbreviation. Example: Sample 101-626A-2R-CC Sample: leg number + site number + hole letter + core number + core-type letter + section number + interval from top of section in cm. Example: Sample 101-626A-2R-1, 50-52 cm In tables sample designation occur without identifier and unit. Example: 113-693A-4R-3,23-25 This standard ODP sample designation should accompany each record or data file ! Core-type letters used: R = rotary core barrel (RCB); X = extended core barrel (XCB); H = hydraulic piston corer (HPC), also advanced piston corer (APC); B = drill-bit recovery; C = center-bit recovery; I = in-situ water sample; S = sidewall sample; W = wash-core recovery; V = vibrapercussive corer (VPC) M = miscellaneous material Core, section, and sample designation of the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Reference: ODP (1992) Instructions for contributors

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