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Andreeva, Irina A (2004): Light mineral contents in 50-100 µm grain size fraction of the surface sediment layer from the Eastern Arctic seas. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.143725

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Keyword(s):
Gulf of Riga; Himmerfjarden
Related to:
Andreeva, Irina A (2001): Light mineral (<2.6 g/cm3; <1.543) contents in 50-100 mym grain size fraction of bottom sediments from the Eastern Arctic seas. unpublished data, Laboratory of Lithology and Mineralogy, Dept. of Lithology and Geochemistry, VNIIOkeangeologia, Sankt-Petersburg
Project(s):
Coverage:
Median Latitude: 74.576829 * Median Longitude: 37.466180 * South-bound Latitude: 57.103900 * West-bound Longitude: 7.353670 * North-bound Latitude: 81.670000 * East-bound Longitude: 77.105000
Date/Time Start: 1994-08-16T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1994-08-23T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.010 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.250 m
Event(s):
GF1992-001 * Latitude: 69.247850 * Longitude: 33.522583 * Elevation: -302.0 m * Location: Barents Sea * Campaign: GF1992 * Basis: Geolog Fersman * Method/Device: Grab (GRAB)
GF1992-002 * Latitude: 69.308400 * Longitude: 33.532817 * Elevation: -280.0 m * Location: Barents Sea * Campaign: GF1992 * Basis: Geolog Fersman * Method/Device: Grab (GRAB)
GF1992-003 * Latitude: 69.507650 * Longitude: 33.099733 * Elevation: -220.0 m * Location: Barents Sea * Campaign: GF1992 * Basis: Geolog Fersman * Method/Device: Grab (GRAB)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Event labelEvent
2LATITUDELatitudeGeocode
3LONGITUDELongitudeGeocode
4Elevation of eventElevationm
5DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
6Depth, top/minDepth topmAndreeva, Irina A
7Depth, bottom/maxDepth botmAndreeva, Irina A
8Light mineralsLM%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
9Light mineral grainsLM grains#Andreeva, Irina ACounting
10QuartzQz%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
11KalifeldsparKfs%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
12Plagioclase, acidPl acid%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
13Plagioclase, basic/middlePl bas/mid%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
14MuscoviteMs%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
15BiotiteBt%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
16Chlorite, lightChl L%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
17Clayey-micaceous aggregatesClay-mica aggr%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
18LeptochloriteLeptochl%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
19Volcanic glassVolc glass%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
20GlauconiteGlt%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
21Quartz-silica aggregatesQz-Sil aggr%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
22MicroquartzMicroQz%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
23CalciteCal%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
24Carbonate, biogenicCarb biog%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
25DolomiteDol%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
26Nonidentified, altered, lightNonident alt light%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
27ZeoliteZeo%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
28Opal, biogenic silicabSiO2%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
29Iron hydroxidesFe hydrx%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
30Phosphate, biogenicPO4 biog%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
31Micaceous-clayey aggregatesMica-clay aggr%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
32Fragments, coalCoal fragm%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
33Clasts of effusive rocksEffus clst%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
34Fragments, chalcedonyChalcedony fragm%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
35LeucoxeneLeucox%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
36Organic remainsOrg rem%Andreeva, Irina ACounting, Stereo Microscope
37SumSum%Andreeva, Irina ACalculated
Size:
5536 data points

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