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Grain size composition of bottom sediments from East Asian marginal seas, core Ast-80306

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.137239
  • Ast-80306
  • Calculated
  • Depth
  • Bottom/Max
  • Depth
  • Top/Min
  • Grain Size
  • Sieving
  • Grain Size
  • Sieving/Settling Tube
  • Gravity Corer
  • Size Fraction < 0
  • 001 Mm
  • Clay
  • Size Fraction > 1 Mm
  • Gravel
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 005-0
  • 001 Mm
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 010-0
  • 005 Mm
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 050-0
  • 010 Mm
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 100-0
  • 050 Mm
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 250-0
  • 100 Mm
  • Size Fraction 0
  • 500-0
  • 250 Mm
  • Size Fraction 1
  • 000-0
  • 500 Mm
  • 0
  • 0-1
  • 0 Phi
  • Coarse Sand
  • Sum
  • Design


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