4 August 2000
ISSN 1096-7451
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.2000

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Preliminary Pages (Volume cited by)

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

1. An introduction to the scientific results of Leg 168 (PDFCited by)
Andrew T. Fisher and Earl E. Davis
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.001.2000

SECTION 2: GEOPHYSICS

2. Data Report: Hydrocell-95 and -96 single-channel seismic data on the eastern Juan de Fuca Ridge flank (PDFCited by)
Andreas Rosenberger, Earl E. Davis, and Heiner Villinger
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.021.2000

3. Core-log-seismic integration in hemipelagic marine sediments on the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Y.F. Sun
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.009.2000

SECTION 3: BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND SEDIMENTOLOGY

4. Calcareous nannofossils from Leg 168: biochronology and diagenesis (PDFCited by)
X. Su, K.-H. Baumann, and J. Thiede
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.015.2000

5. Composition and provenance of turbidite sand and hemipelagic mud in northwestern Cascadia Basin (PDFCited by)
Michael B. Underwood and Kimberly D. Hoke
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.012.2000

6. Relations between textural characteristics and physical properties of sediments in northwestern Cascadia Basin (PDFCited by)
Amanda Cavin, Michael Underwood, Andrew Fisher, and Aaron Johnston-Karas
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.013.2000

SECTION 4: SEDIMENT ANDFLUID CHEMISTRY

7. Data Report: Exchangeable cation composition of terrigeneous hemipelagic sediments in the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Atsuyuki Inoue
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.014.2000

8. Calcium carbonate stability in the sediments of the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Christophe Monnin, Anne-Marie Karpoff, and Martine Buatier
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.017.2000

9. Data Report: Trace elements and isotopes in pore water from Sites 1023 through 1032, eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Michael J. Mottl, C. Geoffrey Wheat, Christophe Monnin, and Harry Elderfield
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.019.2000

SECTION 5: IGNEOUSPETROLOGY AND ALTERATION

10. From oxidizing to reducing alteration: mineralogical variations in pillow basalts from the east flank, Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Pietro Marescotti, David A. Vanko, and Roberto Cabella
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.006.2000

11. Petrography and chemical compositions of secondary calcite and aragonite in Juan de Fuca Ridge basalts altered at low temperature (PDFCited by)
Autumn Yatabe, David A. Vanko, and A. Mohamad Ghazi
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.003.2000

12. Major and trace element compositions of secondary clays in basalts altered at low temperature, eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Sean Porter, DavidA. Vanko, and A. Mohamad Ghazi
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.004.2000

SECTION 6: MICROBIOLOGY

13. Bacterial profiles in sediments of the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, Sites 1026 and 1027 (PDFCited by)
I.D. Mather and R.J. Parkes
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.023.2000

14. Investigation of microorganisms and DNA from subsurface thermal water and rock from the east flank of Juan de Fuca Ridge (PDFCited by)
Martin R. Fisk, Ingunn H. Thorseth, Ena Urbach, and Stephen J. Giovannoni
doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.168.022.2000

SECTION7: INDEX

Volume Index (PDF)

Key term index: The keywords are prepared from lists supplied by the authors.

SR168_02 (Chapter 2): This directory contains three subdirectories: XYZ, SGM, and SGY. See Chapter 2 of the Scientific Results volume and the README.TXT file in each directory for more information.

XYZ (Full-precision DGPS navigation data in ASCII format, containing shot times and positions, as well as two-way travel times to the seafloor and to the top of the seismic basement)

SGM (SEG-Y format seismic data migrated on a smooth generic velocity-depth function)

SGY (SEG-Y format seismic data, processed with a bandpass filter and resampled at typically 2-ms sampling intervals)

The following files are available for downloading as text files. Click on the highlighted directory name listed in the table of contents. Then click on the table file name and use FILE/SAVE AS to download.

SR168_05 (Chapter 5):

05_03.TXT: Table 3. Petrographic point-count data, turbidite sand deposits, Cascadia Basin.

05_04.TXT: Table 4. Detrital models for turbidite sand deposits, Cascadia Basin.

05_05.TXT: Table 5. Results of X-ray diffraction analyses, hemipelagic mud and turbidite matrix, <2-Ám size fraction, Cascadia Basin.

05_06.TXT: Table 6. Relative abundances of clay minerals, <2-Ám size fraction, Cascadia Basin.

SR168_06 (Chapter 6):

06_01.TXT: Table 1. Grain-size statistics.

SR168_07 (Chapter 7):

07_01.TXT: Table 1. Composition of exchangeable cations in sediments. Note: this entire table is also included in the text.

SR168_09 (Chapter 9):

09_01.TXT: Table 1. Composition of pore water from Sites 1023 through 1032.

A site map showing the drilling locations for this leg and maps showing the drilling locations of all Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) and Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) drilling sites are available.

ODPLeg 168 Site Map
ODP Map
(Legs 100–current)
DSDP Map (Legs1–96)
Sites and Repository Locations
Ocean Drilling Program