Knoop, Peter A. (2006): Inorganic geochemistry of hydrothermal sediments, Hole 1215A. Texas A&M University, Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, United States, In: Wilson, Paul A., Lyle, Mitchell W., Janecek, Thomas R., Backman, Jan, Busch, William H., Coxall, Helen K., Faul, Kristina, Gaillot, Philippe, Hovan, Steven A., Knoop, Peter, Kruse, Silke, Lanci, Luca, Lear, Caroline, Moore, Theodore C., Nigrini, Catherine A., Nishi, Hiroshi, Nomura, Ritsuo, Norris, Richard D., Palike, Heiko, Pares, Josep M., Quintin, Lacie, Raffi, Isabella, Rea, Brice R., Steiger, Torsten H., Tripati, Aradhna, Vanden Berg, Michael D., Wade, Bridget, Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program; scientific results; Paleogene equatorial transect; covering Leg 199 of the cruises of the drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution; Honolulu, Hawaii, to Honolulu, Hawaii; Sites 1215-1222; 23 October-16 December 2001, 199, georefid:2007-028671

Elemental concentrations were determined on 21 samples from Hole 1215A to evaluate the influence of hydrothermal sources on bulk sediment composition. Rare earth element (REE) concentrations were also determined on 10 of these samples. Concentration profiles and REE patterns are consistent with a strong hydrothermal influence on sediment composition at the base of Hole 1215A.
West: -147.5600 East: -147.5600 North: 26.0200 South: 26.0200
Expedition: 199
Site: 199-1215
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