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Kordikov, Alexander A (2003): Mineral composition of 0.05-0.025 mm grain size fraction of Laptev Sea bottom sediments from the core Kord-220. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.133617

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Kordikov, Alexander A (1952): Laptev Sea sediments. Transactions of NIIGA (Scientific Institute of Arctic Geology), 40, 152 pp
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Coverage:
Latitude: 76.133300 * Longitude: 123.983300
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.01 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.90 m
Event(s):
Kord-220 * Latitude: 76.133300 * Longitude: 123.983300 * Elevation: -60.0 m * Location: Laptev Sea * Method/Device: Gravity corer (GC)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2Depth, top/minDepth topmKordikov, Alexander A
3Depth, bottom/maxDepth botmKordikov, Alexander A
4Light mineralsLM%Kordikov, Alexander ASeparation with use of heavy (2.9) liquid
5QuartzQz%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
6KalifeldsparKfs%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
7Kalifeldspar alteredKfs alt%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
8PlagioclasePl%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
9Carbonates lightCarb L%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
10Light minerals, sumLM sum%Kordikov, Alexander ACalculated
11Heavy mineralsHM%Kordikov, Alexander ASeparation with use of heavy (2.9) liquid
12HornblendeHbl%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
13Pyroxene, monoclinicPyrox mon%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
14MagnetiteFe3O4%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
15GarnetGrt%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
16IlmeniteIlm%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
17Hematite, Fe2O3Hem%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
18EpidoteEp%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
19ZirconZrn%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
20ApatiteAp%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
21TitaniteTtn%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
22Hornblende, brownHbl brown%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
23DistheneDisthene%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
24RutileRt%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
25ZoisiteZo%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
26ClinozoisiteCzo%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
27Pyroxene, rhombicPyrox rhomb%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
28TourmalineTur%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
29StauroliteSt%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
30Chlorite in heavy mineral fractionChl HM%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
31MonaziteMnz%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
32Opaque nonmetalliferous mineralsOpaque nonmet%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
33AndalusiteAnd%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
34LimoniteLm%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
35Opaque mineralsOpaque%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
36Hornblende, greenHbl green%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
37Aegirine-augiteAeg-Aug%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
38ActinoliteAct%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
39AegirineAeg%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
40CorundumCrn%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
41SpinelSpl%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
42TopazTpz%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
43ArfvedsoniteArf%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
44Hornblende, basalticHbl bas%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
45AnataseAnt%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
46SillimaniteSil%Kordikov, Alexander ACounting, Stereo Microscope
47Heavy minerals, sumHM sum%Kordikov, Alexander ACalculated
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