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1. Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphy of the Nankai Trough
G. Olafsson

2. Provenance and Dispersal Patterns of Sediments in the Turbidite Wedge of Nankai Trough
M.B. Underwood, R. Orr, K. Pickering, and A. Taira

3. Open-Ocean to Trench Turbidity-Current Flow in the Nankai Trough: Flow Collapse and Flow Reflection
K.T. Pickering, M.B. Underwood, and A. Taira

4. Textures and Microfabrics in Fine-Grained Muds and Mudstones from Site 808, Nankai Accretionary Prism
J.H. Behrmann and A. Kopf

5. Palynofacies and Thermal Maturation Analysis of Sediments from the Nankai Trough
J.V. Firth


6. Character of the Décollement in the Leg 131 Area, Nankai Trough
G.F. Moore and T.H. Shipley

7. Deformation Structures and Fluid Flow in the Toe Region of the Nankai Accretionary Prism
T. Byrne, A. Maltman, E. Stephenson, W. Soh, and R. Knipe

8. Stress Tensors at the Toe of the Nankai Accretionary Prism: An Application of Inverse Methods to Slickenlined Faults
S.J. Lallemant, T. Byrne, A. Maltman, D. Karig, and P. Henry

9. Deformation Structures at Site 808, Nankai Accretionary Prism, Japan
A.J. Maltman, T. Byrne, D.E. Karig, S. Lallemant, R. Knipe, and D. Prior

10. Computed Tomography (CT) Scan Image Analysis of Site 808 Cores: Structural and Physical Property Implications
W. Soh, T. Byrne, A. Taira, and A. Kono

11. Ductile Strains in Clay-Rich Sediments from Hole 808C: Preliminary Results Using X-Ray Pole Figure Goniometry
J.K. Morgan and D.E. Karig


12. Carbon Isotope Ratio of Total Inorganic Carbon in Pore Waters Associated with Diagenesis of Organic Material at Site 808, Nankai Trough
T. Gamo, M. Kastner, U. Berner, and J. Gieskes

13. Iodide, Bromide, Manganese, Boron, and Dissolved Organic Carbon in Interstitial Waters of Organic Carbon-Rich Marine Sediments: Observations in the Nankai Accretionary Prism
C.-F. You, J.M. Gieskes, R.F. Chen, A. Spivack, and T. Gamo

14. Major-Element Chemistry and Alteration Mineralogy of Volcanic Ash, Site 808 in the Nankai Trough
H. Masuda, H. Tanaka, T. Gamo, W. Soh, and A. Taira

15. Light Hydrocarbons in Sediments of the Nankai Accretionary Prism (Leg 131, Site 808)
U. Berner and E. Faber

16. Petrology of the Basaltic Rocks of the Nankai Trough Basement
F. Siena, M. Coltorti, E. Saccani, and C. Vaccaro


17. Velocity, Porosity, and Pore-Fluid Loss from the Nankai Subduction Zone Accretionary Prism
R.D. Hyndman, G.F. Moore, and K. Moran

18. Acoustic Anisotropy and Microfabric Development in Accreted Sediment from the Nankai Trough
W. Brückmann, K. Moran, and E. Taylor

19. Sediment Permeability at the Nankai Accretionary Prism, Site 808
E. Taylor and A. Fisher

20. Reconsolidation Tests and Sonic Velocity Measurements of Clay-Rich Sediments from the Nankai Trough
D.E. Karig

21. Stress-Regime-Controlled Yield and Strength Behavior of Sediment from the Frontal Part of the Nankai Accretionary Prism
V. Feeser, K. Moran, and W. Brückmann

22. Failure Modes of Tuff Samples from Leg 131 in the Nankai Accretionary Wedge
J. Zhang, D.M. Davis, and T.-F. Wong

23. In-Situ Stress Conditions at the Nankai Trough, Site 808
K. Moran, W. Brückmann, V. Feeser, and R.G. Campanella

24. Rock Magnetic Study of Sediments from Site 808, Leg 131
R. Lu, S.K. Banerjee, M. Jackson, and J. Marvin

25. Magnetic Fabric Studies of Samples from Hole 808C, Nankai Trough
W.H. Owens


26. Stratigraphic Synthesis of the DSDP-ODP Sites in the Shikoku Basin, Nankai Trough, and Accretionary Prism
K.T. Pickering, M.B. Underwood, and A. Taira

27. Sedimentary Facies Evolution of the Nankai Forearc and Its Implications for the Growth of the Shimanto Accretionary Prism
A. Taira and J. Ashi

28. Sediment Geochemistry, Clay Mineralogy, and Diagenesis: A Synthesis of Data from Leg 131, Nankai Trough
M.B. Underwood, K. Pickering, J.M. Gieskes, M. Kastner, and R. Orr

29. Structural Synthesis: Correlation of Structural Fabrics, Velocity Anisotropy, and Magnetic Susceptibility Data
T. Byrne, W. Brückmann, W. Owens, S. Lallemant, and A. Maltman

30. Organic Matter in Sediments of Site 808, Nankai Accretionary Prism, Japan
U. Berner and J. Koch

31. Major and Minor Element Geochemistry of Interstitial Waters of Site 808, Nankai Trough: An Overview
J.M. Gieskes, T. Gamo, and M. Kastner

32. Geochemical and Isotopic Evidence for Fluid Flow in the Western Nankai Subduction Zone, Japan
M. Kastner, H. Elderfield, W.J. Jenkins, J.M. Gieskes, and T. Gamo


33. Data Report: Vertical Seismic Profile Data, Hole 808E, Nankai Trough
G.F. Moore

34. Data Report: Compositions of Fluids and Authigenic Phases in Sediments of the Nankai Trough Accretionary Complex
M. Kastner and H. Elderfield

35. Data Report: Inorganic Major, Trace, and Rare Earth Element Analyses of the Muds and Mudstones from Site 808
K.T. Pickering, N.G. Marsh, and B. Dickie

36. Data Report: Corrected Thermal Conductivity Data, Leg 131
A.T. Fisher, J.P. Foucher, M. Yamano, and R. Hyndman

37. Data Report: Pressure Dependence of Site 808 Sediment Thermal Conductivity
M. Yamano and H. Kinoshita


Deep Sea Bottom Simulating Reflectors: Calibration of the Base of the Hydrate Stability Field as Used for Heat Flow Estimates
R.D. Hyndman, J.P. Foucher, M. Yamano, A. Fisher, and Scientific Team of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 131
Reprinted from Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 109:289–301 (1992)

Heat Flow and Fluid Flow Regime in the Western Nankai Accretionary Prism
M. Yamano, J.-P. Foucher, M. Kinoshita, A. Fisher, R.D. Hyndman, and ODP Leg 131 Shipboard Scientific Party
Reprinted from Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 109:451–462 (1992)

Structural Geological Evidence from ODP Leg 131 Regarding Fluid Flow in the Nankai Prism, Japan
A. Maltman, T. Byrne, D. Karig, S. Lallemant, and Leg 131 Shipboard Party
Reprinted from Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 109:463–468 (1992)

Sediment Deformation and Hydrogeology of the Nankai Trough Accretionary Prism: Synthesis of Shipboard Results of ODP Leg 131
A. Taira, I. Hill, J. Firth, U. Berner, W. Brückmann, T. Byrne, T. Chabernaud, A. Fisher, J.-P. Foucher, T. Gamo, J. Gieskes, R. Hyndman, D. Karig, M. Kastner, Y. Kato, S. Lallemant, R. Lu, A. Maltman, G. Moore, K. Moran, G. Olafsson, W. Owens, K. Pickering, F. Siena, E. Taylor, M. Underwood, C. Wilkinson, M. Yamano, and J. Zhang
Reprinted from Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 109:431–450 (1992)

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