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VANC02MV Mineralogy:Sediment
MARGINS:Funded
Sediment Mineralogy and Composition Data from the Central America Subduction Zone acquired during Melville expedition VANC02MV (2002)
This data set was derived from sediment core samples collected during Melville expedition VANC02MV conducted in 2002 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Andrew Fisher; Investigators: Dr. Glenn Spinelli and Dr. Michael Underwood). The data file is in Microsoft Excel format and includes sediment mineralogy and composition data that was acquired as part of the project called TicoFlux II: The Thermal State of 20-25 Ma Lithosphere Subducting at the Costa Rica Margin; Implications for Hydrogeology, Fluxes, and the Seismogenic Zone. Funding was provided by NSF grants: OCE00-01892, OCE00-01941, OCE00-01944, and OCE00-02031. This data was cited by Spinelli and Underwood, 2004, Underwood, 2007, and Crockett et al., 2005.
Spinelli, Glenn
Investigator
University of Michigan
Underwood, Michael
Investigator
University of Missouri
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NotProvided
Platform
Melville
SIO
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1
A level of processing has been undertaken, ensuring quality control (e.g. ping edited sonar data, edited navigation data).

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