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Leg 199 explanatory notes

By J. Backman, W.H. Busch, H.K. Coxall, K. Faul, P.A. Gaillot, S.A. Hovan, T.R. Janecek, P. Knoop, S. Kruse, L. Lanci, C.H. Lear, M. Lyle, T.C. Moore, C.A. Nigrini, H. Nishi, R. Nomura, R.D. Norris, H. Pälike, J.M. Parés, L. Quintin, I. Raffi, B.R. Rea, D.K. Rea, T.H. Steiger, A.K. Tripati, M.D. Vanden Berg, B.S. Wade and P.A. Wilson


Information assembled in this chapter will help the reader understand the basis for our preliminary conclusions and also enable the interested investigator to select samples for further analysis. This information concerns only shipboard operations and analyses described in the site reports in the Leg 199 Initial Reports volume of the Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Methods used by various investigators for shore-based analyses of Leg 199 data will be described in the individual contributions published in the Scientific Results volume and in publications in various professional journals

Topics: QE
Publisher: Texas A & M University Ocean Drilling Program (CDROM)
Year: 2002
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