F1. Lithologic classification scheme with sediments of >70% terrigenous components.

F2. Compositional classification for biogenic and siliciclastic marine sediments.

F3. Representation of internal structure of facies within turbidites.

F4. Typical downslope and across-slope relationship between turbidite Facies L1, L2, and L3.

F5. Schematic representation of Facies C.

F6. Schematic representation of diamict and other facies and physical structures.

F7. Key symbols used in core description forms and barrel sheets.

F8. Geomagnetic polarity time scale of Berggren et al.

F9. Combined geomagnetic polarity time scales of Berggren et al. with Leg 178 biostratigraphic zones.

F10. Diatom zones and datums used during Leg 178.

F11. Radiolarian zonation used for Leg 178.

F12. Geomagnetic polarity time scale of Berggren et al.; correlation of biostratigraphic zonations.

F13. Paleomagnetic coordinate system for archive halves, discrete samples, and push-in samples.

F14. Example of the magnetic susceptibility records from Site 1096.

F15. Example of a synthetic seismogram.

F16. Example of the data "cleaning" process to remove extreme values and artifacts from raw data sets.


T1. Neogene geomagnetic polarity time scale and magnetostratigraphic nomenclature, Leg 178.

T2. Correlation among published Neogene geomagnetic polarity time scales and magnetostratigraphic nomenclature.

T3. Age assignments of epoch/stage boundaries.

T4. Combined published ages referenced for Leg 178.

T5. XRF operating conditions for sediment trace elements.

T6. Precision and accuracy of replicate trace-element analyses, MAG-1.

T7. Specifications of downhole tools deployed during Leg 178.

T8. Schlumberger tool and measurement acronyms.

T9. MCS surveys associated with the continental shelf and rise sites.

T10. Single-channel and deep-tow boomer surveys across the continental shelf.