Paleogene newfoundland sediment drifts

Richard D. Norris, Paul A. Wilson, Peter Blum, Annick Fehr, Claudia Agnini, André Bornemann, Slah Boulila, Paul R. Bown, Cecile Cournede, Oliver Friedrich, Amit Kumar Ghosh, Christopher J. Hollis, Pincelli M. Hull, Kyoungnam Jo, Christopher K. Junium, Masanori Kaneko, Diederik Liebrand, Peter C. Lippert, Zhonghui Liu, Hiroki MatsuiKazuyoshi Moriya, Hiroshi Nishi, Bradley N. Opdyke, Donald Penman, Brian Romans, Howie D. Scher, Philip Sexton, Haruka Takagi, Sandra Kirtland Turner, Jessica H. Whiteside, Tatsuhiko Yamaguchi, Yuhji Yamamoto, Caitlin Scully, Daniel F. Brinkhuis, Peter B. Flemings, Gerardo J. Iturrino, Eric Meissner, Thomas L. Pettigrew, Peter J. Polito, Robert Aduddell, Heather Barnes, John Beck, Michael Bertoli, Tiffany Bloxom, Michael Cannon, Etienne Claassen, Trevor Cobine, Roy Davis, Tim Fulton, Ted Gustafson

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Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 342 was designed to recover Paleogene sedimentary sequences with unusually high deposition rates across a wide range of water depths (Sites U1403-U1411). The drilling area is positioned to capture sedimentary and geochemical records of ocean chemistry and overturning circulation beneath the flow of the Deep Western Boundary Current in the northwest Atlantic Ocean. In addition, two operational days were dedicated to a sea trial of the Motion Decoupled Hydraulic Delivery System developmental tool (Site U1402).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-263
Number of pages263
JournalIntegrated Ocean Drilling Program: Preliminary Reports
Issue number342
StatePublished - Oct 2012

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