Mutti, Maria (1998): Early to middle Miocene carbonate chemostratigraphy and compositional changes of shelf-derived turbidites from ODP Leg 165, Site 1000, northern Nicaraguan Rise and Site 999, Colombian Basin. American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Tulsa, OK, United States, In: Anonymous, American Association of Petroleum Geologists 1998 annual meeting, 1998, georefid:1999-010429

The recovered succession at Site 1000 consists dominantly of peri-platform sediments and sedimentary rocks, interbedded with intervals of redeposited pelagic and neritic carbonate sediments from the slopes and tops of the adjacent shallow water banks. Site 999 is situated offshore from the Nicaraguan Rise, in the pelagic environment of the Colombia Basin, and the recovered succession there is 1066,4 m thick and consists primarily of pelagic rocks.
West: -79.5200 East: -60.0000 North: 22.0000 South: 9.0000
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Expedition: 165
Site: 165-1000
Site: 165-999
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