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Weaver, F M; Hollister, Charles D; Craddock, Campbell (2005): Radiolaria abundance of Hole 35-324. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.251482

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Related to:
DSDP (1989): Data from the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Sediment, hard rock and reference files. National Geophysical Data Center, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1, CD-ROM
Hollister, Charles D; Craddock, Campbell; Bogdanov, Yury A; Edgar, N Terry; Gieskes, Joris M; Haq, Bilal U; Lawrence, James R; Rögl, F; Schrader, Hans-Jürgen; Tucholke, Brian E; Weaver, Fred M; Zhivago, V N (1976): Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. U. S. Government Printing Office, XXXV, 999 pp, https://doi.org/10.2973/dsdp.proc.35.1976
Project(s):
Coverage:
Latitude: -69.053500 * Longitude: -98.786700
Date/Time Start: 1974-03-13T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1974-03-13T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 10.44 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 191.10 m
Event(s):
35-324 * Latitude: -69.053500 * Longitude: -98.786700 * Date/Time: 1974-03-13T00:00:00 * Elevation: -4433.0 m * Penetration: 218 m * Recovery: 47.9 m * Location: Antarctic Ocean/CONT RISE * Campaign: Leg35 * Basis: Glomar Challenger * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 9 cores; 85.5 m cored; 9.5 m drilled; 56 % recovery
Comment:
Relative abundance: D = dominant, A = abundant, C = common, F = few, R = rare, T = trace, P = present (numerical values are abundance in percent)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2Sample code/labelSample labelWeaver, F MDSDP/ODP/IODP sample designation
3Radiolarians abundanceRad abundWeaver, F M
4PreservationPreservWeaver, F MG=good, M=moderate, P=poor
5StratigraphyStratigraphyWeaver, F M
6Acanthosphaera sp.Acanthosphaera sp.Weaver, F MAbundance estimate
7Actinomma yosiiA. yosiiWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
8Antarctissa denticulataA. denticulataWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
9Antarctissa strelkoviA. strelkoviWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
10Cornutella profundaC. profundaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
11Cycladophora davisianaC. davisianaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
12Cyrtopera lagunculaC. lagunculaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
13Dictyophimus gracilipesD. gracilipesWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
14Dictyophimus mawsoniD. mawsoniWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
15Echinomma leptodermumE. leptodermumWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
16Echinomma popofskiiE. popofskiiWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
17Eucyrtidium calvertenseE. calvertenseWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
18Lithelius nautiloidesL. nautiloidesWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
19Peripyramis circumtextaP. circumtextaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
20Prunopyle antarcticaP. antarcticaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
21Pterocorys hirundoP. hirundoWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
22Saccospyris antarcticaS. antarcticaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
23Saccospyris conithoraxS. conithoraxWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
24Saturnalis circularisS. circularisWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
25Sethoconus galeaS. galeaWeaver, F MAbundance estimateSpecies questionable
26Siphocampe aquilonarisS. aquilonarisWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
27Spongodiscus osculosusS. osculosusWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
28Spongoplegma antarcticumS. antarcticumWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
29Spongotrochus glacialisS. glacialisWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
30Spongopyle insolitaS. insolitaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
31Stylatractus neptunusS. neptunusWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
32Stylatractus universusS. universusWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
33Stylodictya validispinaS. validispinaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
34Theocalyptra bicornisT. bicornisWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
35Triceraspyris antarcticaT. antarcticaWeaver, F MAbundance estimate
Size:
268 data points

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