Vogt, Christoph (2009): Data report; Semiquantitative determination of detrital input to ACEX sites based on bulk sample X-ray diffraction data. IODP Management International, Washington, DC, United States, In: Backman, Jan, Moran, Kathryn, McInroy, David, Brinkhuis, Henk, Clemens, Steve, Cronin, Thomas, Dickens, Gerald Roy, Eynaud, Frederique, Gattacceca, Jerome, Jakobsson, Martin, Jordan, Richard W., Kaminski, Michael, King, John, Koc, Nalan, Martinez, Nahysa C., Matthiessen, Jens, Moore, Theodore C., Jr., Onodera, Jonaotaro, O'Regan, Matthew, Palike, Heiko, Rea, Brice, Rio, Domenico, Sakamoto, Tatsuhiko, Smith, David C., Stein, Ruediger, St. John, Kristen E. K., Suto, Itsuki, Suzuki, Noritoshi, Takahashi, Kozo, Watanabe, Mahito, Yamamoto, Masanobu, Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program; Arctic Coring Expedition (ACEX); Expedition 302 of the mission-specific drilling platform from and to Tromso, Norway; Sites M0001-M0004, 7 August 2004-13 September 2004, 302, georefid:2009-052714

This data report extends the X-ray diffraction (XRD) work reported in the Expedition Reports section of this volume from approximately 200 samples to 1570 investigated bulk powder samples. The unique central Arctic Ocean samples of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Arctic Coring Expedition (Expedition 302), the first mission-specific platform expedition, were collected and prepared by different German groups and provided to the Central Laboratory for Crystallography and Applied Material Sciences (ZEKAM), Geosciences, University of Bremen. The data set reported here is special because all samples were measured on the same diffractometer using the same measurement settings, and the diffractograms were investigated by the same person. Therefore, the data set gives maximum continuity with the onshore party investigation. The Neogene sediments of the Arctic Ocean are dominated by detrital nonbiogenic material. The composition of fine-fraction silicates (clay minerals), the different SiO (sub 2) mineral phases, which dominate much of the Paleogene sections, and the diagenetic overprinting in the whole cores are best deciphered by XRD. Important paleoceanographic and diagenic information were deduced.
West: 136.1000 East: 139.3300 North: 87.5600 South: 87.5100
Expedition: 302
Site: 302-M0001
Site: 302-M0002
Site: 302-M0003
Site: 302-M0004
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