Sites 1095, 1096, and 1101 were drilled on the continental rise west of the Antarctic Peninsula (Fig. F1) to recover a continuous high-resolution record of Antarctic glaciation. Site 1095 is the subject of a short paper in this volume (Pudsey, Chap. 25, this volume), whereas mass accumulation rates at the three sites are described by Wolf-Welling\ud (Chap. 15, this volume) and ice-rafted debris at Site 1101 is discussed by Cowan (Chap. 10, this volume) This report documents grain-size data (sand and fine fraction) and the proportion of biogenic silica for the upper 300 m at Site 1095, the upper 250 m at Site 1096, and the whole 220 m at Site 1101
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