acoustic properties
density/velocity models, A9:22-23
vs. two-way traveltime, A7:70-71
acoustic stratigraphy
seismic units, A4:37-38
See also Antarctic Offshore Acoustic Stratigraphy
argon isotopes, B22:6-10
barnacle fragments, B27:1-8
glaciation, A1:4
histograms, B22:22
lower Pliocene, A6:28
ocean floors, A2:35
sediments, B7:4-5
vs. strontium isotopes, B27:5
See also chronology; geochronology; radioactive dating
age models, physical properties, B32:6
age release
calcium/potassium ratio, B22:19-20
chlorine/potassium ratio, B22:18
age vs. depth
Site 1095, A1:35; A4:63, 100; B(synthesis):36; B36:25
Site 1096, A1:38; A5:30, 92; B36:26
Site 1101, A1:40; A8:59; B36:27
albite, potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
Alexander Island
chlorite-illite province, B8:9
clay mineralogy, B8:14
geology, B8:5
pore water, A4:21; A5:18; A6:14; A7:16; A8:13; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
alkalis, vs. silica, B22:17
aluminum/titanium ratio
climate optimum, B34:6
neoglacial, B34:7
pore water, A4:21; A5:18; A6:14; A7:16; A8:13; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
amorphous material, vs. depth, B13:12
amphibole, drift deposits, B8:7
Andean Orogeny, geology, B8:4-5
angiosperms, continental rise, B2:1-10
anisotropy, magnetic minerals, B14:3
anorthite, potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
anoxia, sea ice, B25:9
anoxic environment, Holocene, B7:10-14
Antarctic Circumpolar Current
currents, A2:7; B10:8
neoglacial, B34:7-8
Antarctic Ice Sheet
geology, A1:1-60
glaciation, A2:1-44
Antarctic Ocean, biostratigraphy, B13:1-22
Antarctic Offshore Acoustic Stratigraphy, drilling, A1:2
Antarctic Peninsula
dinoflagellates, B2:1-10
geochemistry, B4:1-12
geology, A1:4-5; A2:7-9
glacial history, B(synthesis):1-40
ice-rafted debris, B11:1-23
seismic velocity, B16:1-25
upper Pliocene impact, B9:1-6
Antarctic Peninsula Batholith, geology, B8:5
Antarctic Peninsula Margin, stable isotopes, B20:1-10
Antarctic Peninsula Pacific Margin, diatoms, B29:1-25
Antarctic Peninsula W
magnetobiochronology, B36:1-40
magnetostratigraphy, B31:1-23; B37:1-61
spectral reflectance data, B21:1-22
Antarctic Surface Water, currents, B7:2
Antarctic Zone, physiography, B8:4
Antarctissa, photograph, B13:16
ANTOSTRAT, drilling, A1:2; A2:3
Anvers Island
clay mineralogy, B8:13
seismic profiles, A2:41
authigenesis, A8:13
sediments, A5:19
argon isotopes
milligram-sized fractions, B22:24
multi-grain fractions, B22:25-26
sediments, B(synthesis):9
volcanic clasts, B22:1-26
See also age release; calcium/potassium ratio; chlorine/potassium ratio
asteroids, impacts, A2:17-18
apatite, A8:13
carbonates, A5:19-20
autocyclic processes, deposition, B25:10-11


barium, sediments, A4:23-24; A5:21; A6:15; B4:1-12
barium, biogenic
vs. core depth, B23:27
See also biogenic barium accumulation rates
barnacle fragments
geochronology, B27:1-8
photograph, B27:7
scanning electron microscopy, B27:8
basalt pebbles
deposition, A8:8; B25-6
photograph, A8:40
basement, pre-Jurassic rocks, B8:5
basement, oceanic, vertical seismic profiles, B17:23
onlapping fill, A7:24-26; B34:3
paleoenvironment, A7:9-10; B34:3
bathyal environment, lithologic units, A4:6
maps, A1:29; A2:33; A4:43; A5:38; A6:24; A7:28-29; A8:25; A9:28; B(synthesis):33
Palmer Deep, B34:13
seismic surveys, A1:46
lithologic units, A7:5-6
See also convolute bedding
Bellingshausen abyssal plain, channels, B8:3-4, 15
Bellingshausen Basin, biostratigraphy, B13:1-22
Bellingshausen Sea, paleoproductivity, B23:12-16
lower Pliocene, A6:28
sedimentation, A9:9
Sequence S3, A1:12
summary, A1:43; A6:41
See also diatomaceous facies; ichnofacies
Biofacies A, foraminifers, A6:10-11
Biofacies B, foraminifers, A6:10-11
Biofacies C, foraminifers, A6:10-11
biogenic barium accumulation rates, vs. age, B23:28
biogenic component
coarse fraction, B15:10
flux, B3:4-7
lithologic units, A7:35, 39; A8:3-9
vs. depth, A4:49; A5:76-77; A8:30, 54
biogenic mixing, physical properties, B30:4-7
biosiliceous content, biogenic opal, B23:8-9
biostratigraphic datums, diatoms, B29:3-24
biostratigraphic events, diatoms, B29:13-14, 16-17, 22
calcareous nannofossils, B26:1-21; B28:1-22
Cenozoic, A1:14-15
diatoms, B29:1-25; B35:1-57
dinoflagellates, B2:1-10
Miocene-Pleistocene, A4:62
Neogene, B13:10
palynomorphs, B26:1-21; B28:1-22
Pliocene-Pleistocene, A5:58; A6:42
sediments, B(synthesis):11-12
Site 1095, A4:13-16; B35:1-57
Site 1096, A5:12-15; B35:1-57
Site 1097, A6:8-11; B35:1-57
Site 1098, A7:10-11; B35:1-57
Site 1099, A7:10-11; B35:1-57
Site 1100, A9:11-12; B35:1-57
Site 1101, A8:9-11; B35:1-57
Site 1103, A9:11-12; B35:1-57
summary, A1:41, 52
biotite, vs. age, B15:11
Bioturbated Facies, lithologic units, B25:7-12
color, B3:4-5
deposition, A4:12-13
lithologic units, A4:4-13; A5:5-12; A7:7; A8:3-9; B25:4-6, 8
mud, A2:15; A4:4-13
photograph; A5:50, 55; A6:38
porosity, B30:4-7
postglacial sediments, B18:5
sediments, B7:10-14
vs. depth, B32:20, 33
wavenumber, B32:27
X-ray radiography, B10:21
Bismarck Strait
deglaciation, B34:4
neoglacial, B34:7
blocks, seabed observations, A9:9-10
blooms, Coccolithus pelagicus, B26:5-6
Bolboforma, biostratigraphy, A5:14-15
bottom currents
clay minerals, B8:10
deposition, B25:9
opal accumulation rates, B23:10-11
Brabant Island, clay mineralogy, B8:13
Bransfield Strait
chlorite-illite province, B8:9
glaciation, A2:6, 19
breccia. See clast breccia
Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
magnetostratigraphy, A1:11; A4:18; A5:16; A8:11; B36:9; B37:13
oxygen isotope Stage 19, A8:12
Brunhes Chron, magnetostratigraphy, B36:7; B37:15
Bulimina aculeata, carbon and oxygen isotopes, B7:22
bulk density logs
comparison with velocity logs, B19:29
vs. depth, A4:88; A5:82; A9:66
bulk sediments, parameters, B15:1-19
buried channels, deposition, A5:11-12
Burrowed Facies, photograph, A4:59
lithologic units, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:5; A7:4-7; A8:3, 5
photograph, A4:52; A5:46, 55; A7:40; A8:37


calcareous nannofossils, lithologic units, A5:5
chemical and nuclear parameters, A5:137
diamict, A6:17-18
potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
X-ray diffraction data, A8:15, 65
pore water, A4:22; A5:19; A6:14; A8:14; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
calcium/potassium ratio
spectra and age release, B22:5-6, 18
vs. chlorine/potassium ratio, B22:21
calcium carbonate
sediments, A4:20-21; A5:128-130; A7:106-107; A8:12
vs. depth, A4:78; A6:48
caliper logs, vs. depth, A4:88; A9:66; B17:15; B32:19
calving, pebbles, B11:4
carbon, sediments, A7:106-107
carbon, inorganic
sediments, A4:20-21; A5:17, 128-130; A6:13-14; A7:13, 106-107; A8:12, 76-77
vs. depth, A5:68; A7:50-51
carbon, organic
neoglacial, B34:6-8
sediments, A4:20-21
carbon, total, sediments, A4:158-160; A5:128-130
carbon, total organic
color, B3:6-7
porosity, B30:5
Rock-Eval pyrolysis, A5:17-18
sediments, A5:17-18; A6:14; A7:13, 106-107; A8:13, 76-77; B15:1-19
vs. age, A4:7-8; B15:9
vs. core depth, B23:27
vs. depth, A5:69; A7:50-51; A8:46
See also total organic carbon accumulation rates
carbon-14, climate optimum, B34:5-6
carbon dioxide
productivity, B23:13
sediments, B4:3
carbon isotopes
Buliminia aculeata, B7:22
neoglacial, B34:7
Neogloboquadrina pachyderma sinistral, B20:1-10
sediments, B7:5-11
vs. depth, B20:6
vs. oxygen isotopes, B20:8
carbonate compensation depth
foraminifers, B7:9-14
sedimentation, B28:5
carbonate content
pore water, A4:22-23; A5:19
sediments, A8:76-77; B(synthesis):14; B15:1-19
vs. age, A4:7; A4:8; B15:9
vs. core depth, B23:27
vs. depth, A8:33, 45
X-ray diffraction data, A8:65
carbonate content accumulation rates, vs. age, B23:28
diagenesis, A7:16
dissolution, A6:13-14; A8:14
oxygen isotope Stage 19, A8:12
Cariaco Basin
neoglacial, B34:7
Quaternary, A2:16-17
calcareous nannofossils and palynomorphs, B28:1-22
ice sheets, A2:1-44
stratigraphy, A1:1-2
cerium, sediments, A4:23; B4:1-12
Chaetoceros spp. spores
abundance, A7:42
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B18:13-14
percentage in cores, B7:25-26
photograph, A7:36, 40
channels. See buried channels
Chaotically Stratified Facies
diamictite, A9:7
See also diamict, chaotically bedded; diamict, stratified
charcoal, vs. depth, B28:13
pore water, A4:21; A7:13, 16; A8:13
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
chlorine, neutron capture cross section, A5:28
chlorine/potassium ratio
spectra and age release, B22:5-6, 8-9, 18
vs. age, B22:21
vs. calcium/potassium ratio, B22:21
chemical and nuclear parameters, A5:137
continental shelf, B8:9
Core PS1565, B8:15
drift deposits, B8:7-16
potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
sediments, A1:50; A8:49
vs. age, B8:27
vs. depth, B(synthesis):38; B8:23-24, 26
X-ray diffraction data, A4:79-80; A5:20, 71; A6:15, 50; A8:15, 65, 79
See also illite-smectite-chlorite
chlorite/illite ratio, X-ray diffraction data, A4:23; A5:71; A6:50; A8:48
chlorite/mixed-layer clays ratio, X-ray diffraction data, A4:23; A5:71; A6:50; A8:48
chlorite-illite province
continental shelf, B8:9
deposition, B8:10-12
Chondrites, lithologic units, A4:6; A5:6-7, 11-12
lithologic units, A5:45; A7:35, 39; B6:3
sediments, B(synthesis):13
vs. composite depth, A7:62, 64-65, 68-69
vs. depth, A4:49-51, 98-99; A5:88-89; A8:33
See also color; lightness; reflectance
chromium, sediments, A4:23; A5:21; A6:15; B4:1-12
Chron C1r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:14
Chron C1r.1n
Neogene, B28:4
sediments, B36:8; B37:8, 10
Chron C1r.1r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:13
Chron C1r.2r-1n, sediments, B36:11, 16
Chron C2A, magnetostratigraphy, A1:11
Chron C2An, magnetostratigraphy, A4:18; B37:10
Chron C2An.1n, magnetostratigraphy, A1:11; A5:16; A8:11-12; B36:9-10; B37:13, 15-16
Chron C2An.1r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:15
Chron C2An.1r-C2An.2n reversal boundary, magnetostratigraphy, A8:12
Chron C2An.2n, sediments, B36:10; B37:8, 10, 13, 15
Chron C2An.2r, sediments, B37:8
Chron C2An.3n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:15
Chron C2Ar, magnetostratigraphy, B37:10
Chron C2Ar.2r, sediments, B37:12
Chron C2n, sediments, B36:8-9; B37:10, 13-14, 16
Chron C2r, sediments, B37:14
Chron C2r.1n
impacts, A2:18
sediments, B9:2; B36:8-9; B37:10-11, 13, 16
Chron C3An.1n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
Chron C3An.2n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C3Bn, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C3Br, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C3n.1n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11, 15
Chron C3n.1r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
Chron C3n.2n, magnetostratigraphy, A1:9; A5:16; B36:9
Chron C3n.3n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:15
Chron C3n.4n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
Chron C3r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
Chron C4An, magnetostratigraphy, A4:70
Chron C4Ar.1n, magnetostratigraphy, A4:18; B36:8; B37:12
Chron C4Ar.1r, sediments, B37:12
Chron C4Ar.2n, magnetostratigraphy, A4:19; B36:7-8
Chron C4n.2n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C4r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C4r.1n, magnetostratigraphy, B37:12
Chron C4r.2r, magnetostratigraphy, A4:19, 70; B36:8
Chron C5n.2n, magnetostratigraphy, B36:8; B37:12
Holocene, A7:12
See also age; geochronology
chronostratigraphy, Neogene, B36:21
Chronozone C3n.1r, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
Circumpolar Deep Water
currents, A2:7
paleoenvironment, A1:17; B7:2-4, 9-10
productivity, B23:13-17
See also Upper Circumpolar Deep Water
clast breccia, lithology, A9:7
diamictite, A9:6-7
dip, A9:47
ice-rafted debris, B25:9
lithologic units, A8:7
lithology, A6:4-5
photograph, A8:39
See also intraclasts; silt clasts; volcanic clasts
clasts, elongate
dip, A6:35
downhole lithology, A6:36
clasts, floating, mudstone, A9:8
clasts, ice-rafted, photograph, A6:40
clasts, mud, lithology, A9:7
clasts, mudstone, lithology, A9:7
clasts, rip-up
diamictite, A9:7
photograph, A6:37; A7:41
clasts, rounded, photograph, A6:37
clasts, silt, photograph, A9:45
clasts, volcanic
argon isotopes, B22:1-26
pebbles, B11:3
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B18:11-12
core photograph, B18:10
diagenesis, A8:14
lithologic units, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:5; A7:35, 39; B25:4
photograph, A4:53
photomicrograph, A9:64
vs. depth, A4:49; A5:56; A8:30; B(synthesis):38; B8:23-24, 26; B25:19-25
X-ray diffraction data, A4:79
See also silt/clay ratio
clay, bioturbated silty, lithologic units, A5:7-8, 11-12
clay, diatom-bearing silty
lithologic units, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:5; A9:5-6; B25:4
photograph, A5:46
clay, laminated silty, lithologic units, A4:7; A5:7, 11-12
clay, sandy silty, lithologic units, A4:7
clay, silty
lithologic units, A4:4-13; A5:6-7, 11-12; A7:5-6; A8:3-9; B25:4-6
lithology, A6:4-5
magnetic polarity, B31:8-9
photograph, A4:52; A5:52, 55; A6:39-40; A8:31
vs. depth, A4:51
clay/silt ratio, models, B24:4-8
clay laminae, postglacial sediments, B18:5
clay mineralogy
drift sediments, B8:1-29
long-term variations, B8:13-14
sediments, B(synthesis):13
short-term variations, B8:12-13
clay minerals
chemical and nuclear parameters, A5:137
glacial/interglacial cycles, B8:10-12
provenance, B8:8-10
X-ray diffraction data, A4:23, 163; A5:134; A6:50
See also chlorite; chlorite-illite province; chlorite/illite ratio; chlorite/mixed-layer clays ratio; illite; illite-smectite-chlorite; kaolinite; montmorillonite; smectite; smectite province
Holocene, B7:1-45
sedimentation, B(synthesis):3-5
tectonics, A1:4
climate cycles, deposition, A5:11-12
climate forcing, deposition, B25:10-11
climate optimum. See Holocene Climate Optimum
climate reversals
diatomaceous sandy mud, B34:4
mass accumulation rates, B34:4-5
climate signals, foraminifers, A8:8
clinopyroxene, backscattered electron photomicrograph, B22:16
coal chips, vs. depth, B28:13
coarse fraction
biogenic component, B15:10
data, B13:17-19
particle counts ages and sedimentation rates, B15:19
terrigenous component, B15:11
vs. age, A4:7-8; B15:9, 11
See also fine fraction; grain size
coastal environment, radiolarians, B33:1-14
Cobb Mountain Event, magnetostratigraphy, A4:18; A8:12; B36:8, 11; B37:10, 16
Coccolithus pelagicus, blooms, B26:5-6
magnetic minerals, B14:3, 8
overprinting, A4:16-17
collisions, tectonics, A2:7-9, 19
collisions, ridge crest-trench, ocean floors, A2:35
bioturbation, B3:4-5
diatoms, B3:6-7
organic carbon, B3:6-7
sediments, B3:1-20
spectral analysis, B25:19-20
vs. depth, B3:12; B25:19-25
See also chromaticity; reflectance
color bands, lithologic units, A5:5
composite depth scales, Antarctic Peninsula, B5:5-10
composite depths
depth offsets, A4:96
Site 1095, A4:31-32; B6:1-15
Site 1096, A5:29-30; B6:1-15
Site 1098, A7:20-21
Site 1099, A7:20-21
compression, composite depths, B6:3-5
compressional wave velocity
sediments, A4:25; A5:22; A7:18; A9:16; A8:17
vs. depth, A4:81, 86, 98; A5:72, 95; A7:54, 59; A8:50-52, 55-56; A9:58, 63
compressional wave velocity, discrete
sediments, A5:24; A6:17; A7:19
split cores, A4:26-27; A8:18; A9:17-18
anomalies, B17:9
porosity, B30:4-7
continental margin
glacial history, B(synthesis):1-40
tectonics, A1:4; A2:7-9, 39
continental rise
calcareous nannofossils and palynomorphs, B28:1-22
clay minerals, B8:10
diatoms, B29:1-25
dinoflagellates, B2:1-10
drift deposits, A1:5-11; A2:20-21; B(synthesis):9-14
glacial signal, B10:1-22
grain size, B12:1-34
ice sheets, B(synthesis):16-17
insolation, B(synthesis):16-17
magnetostratigraphy, B37:1-61
marine-glacial environment, A2:9-13
Neogene glaciation, B25:1-25
opal, B23:1-33
pebbles, B11:1-23
salinity and temperature vs. water depth, A2:34
sedimentation, B(synthesis):16-17
seismic stratigraphy, B17:1-36
spectral reflectance data, B21:1-22
continental shelf
calcareous nannofossils and palynomorphs, B28:1-22
clay minerals, B8:8-9
core recovery, B(synthesis):15-16
deposition, A1:3, 11-15; A2:5; A9:9
glaciation, A9:9
marine-glacial environment, A2:9-13, 20-22
paleonvironment, B(synthesis):5-9
Seismic Sequence Group S1, A9:25
velocity, B16:1-25
See also inner shelf; mid-shelf high; middle shelf; outer shelf; saline shelf water; shelf topsets; shelf transects; shelf water
continental slope
deposition, A4:11; A9:9
paleonvironment, B(synthesis):5-9; B8:3-4
sediments, A2:12-13; B8:3-4
See also slope foresets
contour currents
ice-rafted debris, B10:6
sedimentation, A1:6
contour plots
fine fraction vs. age, B24:17
fine fraction vs. depth, B24:16
lithologic units, A5:5-6
photograph, A8:32
Contourite Facies, structure, A5:51
convolute bedding, lithology, A9:7
core offsets, vs. depth, B6:4-5, 10, 12-13
core recovery, continental shelf, B(synthesis):15-16
core-log correlation, magnetic polarity, B31:6-8
Corethron criophilum
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B18:15-16
photograph, A7:36
coring, summary, A1:54-58
biostratigraphy, A1:41; B(synthesis):35, 37
composite depth scales, B5:1-35
composite depths, A4:31-32; B6:3-5
physical properties, B6:3-5
postglacial sediments, B18:17
seismic models, A7:22-23
seismic units, A4:36-38
synthetic seismograms, A5:32
time-depth, B16:24
correlation analysis logs, vs. depth, B31:18-19
couplets, deglaciation, B34:4
cross laminations
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; B25:5-6
photograph, A8:36
Cryptochron C1r.2r-1n, sediments, B36:8, 10
Cryptochron C2r.2r-1n, magnetic polarity, B36:8
Cryptochron C4r.2r-1, magnetic polarity, A4:19-20, 71-74; B37:12
Cryptochron C4r.2r-1n, sediments, A4:70-71, 73-75
current winnowing, lithologic units, A4:5; B25:4
currents, oceanography, A2:6-7
cyclic processes
clay/silt ratio, B24:4-8
deposition, A4:11-13; A5:8-9, 11-12; B25:10-12
lithologic units, A1:6-7; B32:1-43
sedimentation, B(synthesis):16-17
See also glacial cycles; glacial half-cycles; glacial/interglacial cycles
cyclic processes, first-order, vs. depth, A4:49; B25:16
cyclic processes, short-term, sediments, B25:7-8


data reduction, velocity logs, B19:25
datums. See diatom datums; radiolarian datums
debris, impacts, A2:18
debris flows
deposition, A9:8-9
impacts, A2:18
See also gravity flows; turbidity currents
deposition, A5:8-9, 11-12; A9:9
lithofacies, A6:6-7
Deception Island, smectite, B8:8-9
deep-sea environment, lithologic units, B25:4-6
deepwater signal, climate optimum, B34:5-6
deformation, style, A7:37
deformation till, deposition, A6:8; A9:9
deglaciation, diamicton, B34:4
degradation, organic matter, A4:21; A5:18-19; A7:15-16; A8:13; A9:15
discrete samples, A4:17-18, 146-150; A5:119-122; A7:103
split cores, A4:16-17, 125-145; A5:106-118; A7:11-12, 83-102; A8:67-71
vectors, A5:60-61
demagnetization, alternating-field
discrete samples, A5:15-16; A8:72; A9:13-14
overprinting, A4:65-66
remanence vectors, A4:71-74
split cores, A5:15
U-channel samples, B37:21-25
vectors, A6:45-47; A7:47; A9:52-53, 55
demagnetization, low-temperature, discrete samples, A9:13-14
demagnetization, single-step, split cores, B37:26
demagnetization, thermal
Cryptochron 4r.2r-1, A4:19-20
saturation isothermal remanence, B14:6
core and downhole logs, B17:29-35
summary, B17:5-7
vs. depth, A4:103; A5:94, 97; A9:72; B17:15, 17, 20
vs. two-way traveltime, A7:70-71
density, bulk
composite depth scales, B5:7-8, 33
porosity, B30:4-7
sediments, A4:24-25; A5:22; A6:16; A7:18; A9:16
split cores, A9:17
vs. depth, A4:84; A5:72-74; A6:52, 54; A7:54-58; A8:50-53; A9:58-59, 61-62; B3:12; B5:20-23
vs. gamma-ray attenuation density, B30:14
vs. porosity, B30:14
See also bulk density logs
density, gamma-ray attenuation
porosity, B30:4-7
vs. bulk density, B30:14
vs. depth, B30:11-12
vs. magnetic susceptibility, B30:15
density, grain
split cores, A8:17-18
vs. depth, A4:85; A5:75; A6:52; A7:57-58; A8:53; A9:61-62
density, GRAPE
sediments, A4:24-25; A5:22; A6:16; A7:18; A8:16; A9:16
vs. composite depth, A7:62-65, 68
vs. depth, A4:81-84, 97-98; A5:72-74, 88, 91; A6:51; A7:54-56; A8:50-53; A9:58-59
density/velocity models, seismic models, A4:33-34; A7:22; A9:22-23
density logs. See bulk density logs; lithodensity logs; variable-density stack sections
bottom currents, B25:9
cycles, A4:11-13; A5:11-12
environment, A6:7-8; A7:9-10; B24:6-8; B25:11
glacial cycles, A1:32; A2:4-5
opal, B23:1-33
paleoenvironment, A4:10-13; B(synthesis):5-9
sediment traps, A7:8-10
turbidite facies, A4:61
turbidity currents, A9:8-9
See also glacial sedimentation
deposition energy, reflectance, B21:1-22
depth. See traveltime/depth function
depth offsets, composite depths, A4:96, 166-167; A5:90, 138-139; A7:66-67, 109
depth scales, magnetobiochronology, B36:5
depth sections, vs. time sections, B19:30
depth-shifted resistivity logs, vs. depth, B19:27
depth shifts, absolute, velocity logs, B19:33
biogenic opal, B23:9
carbonates, A7:16
climate optimum, B34:5-6
geochemistry, A8:14
pore water, A8:13
sediments, A4:22-23
sulfate reduction, A5:19-20
See also authigenesis; hydrothermal alteration
gamma rays vs. magnetic susceptibility, A9:16
Koenigsberger ratio, B31:8
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; A7:8; B25:4-6
micromorphology, A6:17-18; A9:18-19
photomicrograph, A9:64
porosity, B30:5-7
sediments, B(synthesis):14-15
Sequence S2, A1:12
smear slides, A9:16-17
See also Massive Diamict Facies; Stratified Diamict Facies
diamict, chaotically bedded
photograph, A9:46
See also Chaotically Stratified Facies
diamict, graded
lithofacies, A6:5
photograph, A6:37-38
diamict, laminated, photomicrograph, A6:55
diamict, massive
lithology, A6:4-5; A9:5-6
photograph, A6:31-34; A9:45
See also Massive Diamict Facies
diamict, stratified
lithofacies, A6:5
photograph, A6:39; A9:46
See also Chaotically Stratified Facies; Stratified Diamict Facies
Diamict Facies
lithologic units, A8:7
photograph, A8:39
argon isotopes, B22:1-26
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B22:16
clasts, A9:47
lithofacies, A1:14-15
lithology, A9:6-7
deglaciation, B34:4
X-ray radiography, B10:21
diamicton, glacial, upper Pleistocene, B34:3-4
diatom-ooze laminae, postglacial sediments, B18:4-5
diatom datums
biostratigraphy, A4:123-124; A8:66
depths, A5:142
sedimentation rates, A4:172
diatom Gen. et sp. indet., Site 1095, B35:14, 29, 32
diatom Gen. et sp. indet. B, Site 1095, B35:14, 30
Diatomaceous Facies, vs. depth, A4:50
abundance, A7:42; B7:25-26; B25:6-7
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B18:15-16
biostratigraphy, A4:13-15; A5:12-13; A6:8-9, 43; A7:10; A8:9, 41; A9:11, 51; B35:1-57
climate optimum, B34:5-6
color, B3:6-7
cyclic processes, B25:7
data, B7:35
first and last occurrences, A5:104-105
lithologic units, A5:5; A7:4-10
magnetobiochronology, B36:3-4
Neogene, B29:1-25
paleoclimatology, B7:3-4, 6; B25:9
paleoenvironment, A7:9, 82
percentage, B12:16, 23, 29
photomicrographs, B35:25-57
preservation, A7:5, 7; B30:4
productivity, A7:10
Quaternary, A2:14
sedimentation, A1:15-17
sediments, B15:4-5
taxonomy, B35:1-57
vs. age, B2:7; B12:7, 12; B:15:10; B25:17
vs. depth, A4:62; A5:58; A6:42; B13:12; B25:19-25
zonation, B29:5-9
digital coherency mapping, velocity profiles, B19:23
dikes, downward-penetrating, mudstone, A9:8
continental rise, B2:1-10
vs. age, B2:7-8
clasts, A9:47
elongate clasts, A6:35
discontinuities, cyclic processes, B32:14-15
biogenic opal, B23:8-9
calcareous nannofossils, B26:6-7
carbonates, A5:19-20; A6:13-14; A8:14
foraminifers, B7:8-14
manganese oxide, A9:15
opal, A9:15
silica, A7:16
water column, B23:9
distal environment, lithologic units, A4:11-13
potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
sediments, A4:22
downhole measurements
Site 1095, A4:27-30, 87
Site 1096, A5:26-29
Site 1103, A9:19-22
Drift D1, sediments, A2:13-15
Drift D2, sediments, A2:13-15
Drift D3, sediments, A2:13-15
Drift D4, sediments, A2:13-15
Drift D5, sediments, A2:13-15
Drift D6, sediments, A2:13-15; A4:43; A5:38
Drift D7
clay mineralogy, B8:14
cyclic processes, B25:7
illite, B8:16
sediments, A2:13-15; A4:43; A5:38
seismic profiles, A2:42; B24:12
Drift D8, sediments, A2:13-15
drift deposits
biogenic opal, B23:8-17
biostratigraphy, B13:1-22
clay mineralogy, B8:1-29
continental rise, A1:5-11, 24-27; A2:13-15; B(synthesis):9-14, 16-17, 24
glacial signal, B10:1-22
magnetostratigraphy, B37:1-61
pebbles, B11:1-23
physiography, B8:3-4
rock magnetics, B14:1-12
sedimentation, B(synthesis):16-17
See also hemipelagic drifts
pebbles, B11:4-5
photograph, A8:40
X-ray radiography, B10:21


eccentricity, physical properties, B32:8-15
eccentricity forcing, deposition, B25:10-11
El Nino Southern Oscillation, neoglacial, B34:7-8
Eltanin impact, sediments, B(synthesis):14; B9:3-4
Eltanin piston cores, impacts, A2:17-18
calcareous nannofossils, B28:1-22
deposition, A1:3; A6:7-8; B24:6-8; B25:11
reflectance, B21:6-7
See also anoxic environment; bathyal environment; coastal environment; deep-sea environment; distal environment; glaciomarine environment; hemipelagic environment; low-energy environment; marine-glacial environment; paleoenvironment; subglacial environment
Eocene, paleoclimatology, A1:5
erosion. See glacial erosion
sediments, A4:20; A5:16-17; A6:13; A8:12; A9:15
See also methane/ethane ratio
Eucampia, ratio of symmetric to asymmetric forms, B7:36


diamict, A9:18-19
See also grain fabric; microfabric
fabric, laminated, postglacial sediments, B18:4
Facies C
lithologic units, A5:7, 9, 11-12; A8:6
photograph, A5:50; A8:34, 37
structure, A5:51
Facies Dmm, photograph, A9:45
Facies Dms
deposition, A9:8-9
diamictite, A9:7
photograph, A9:46
Facies F1, photograph, A9:50
Facies Fm, photograph, A9:49
Facies Fmd, diamictite, A9:7
Facies L
lithologic units, A5:5
photograph, A5:47
Facies L1
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; B25:4-6
photograph, A4:54-56, 58; A8:32, 36, 38
structure, A4:57
Facies L2
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; A5:8, 11-12; A8:6; B25:4-6
photograph, A4:54, 58-59; A8:32, 35
structure, A4:57; A5:48
Facies L3
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; A5:7, 9, 11-12; B25:4-6
photograph, A4:56, 60; A5:54
structure, A4:57; A5:48, 51
Facies M
lithologic units, A4:5-8, 11-13; A5:7-9, 11-12; B25:4-6
photograph, A4:55-56; A5:52, 55
structure, A5:51
Facies Mb, lithologic units, A5:5; A8:5
Facies Md
lithologic units, A5:5
photograph, A5:46
Facies Mf
lithologic units, A8:5
photograph, A8:33
Facies Sd, photograph, A9:48
fan lobes, deposition, A4:11
photograph, A4:54
See also microfaults; normal faults
fecal pellets, micrograph, B18:13-14
chemical and nuclear parameters, A5:137
diagenesis, A8:14
diamict, A6:4-5, 14-15
impacts, B9:4
lithologic units, A4:9, 23
vs. age, B15:11
X-ray diffraction data, A8:15
field anomaly logs, vs. depth, B31:15
field cooled curves, granulometry, B14:7
filters. See low-pass filters
fine fraction
grain size, B24:1-27
sediments, B25:7
vs. age, B24:18
See also coarse fraction; grain size; granulometry
fissility, photograph, A6:34
pore water, A4:21; A5:19; A6:14; A8:13; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
biostratigraphy, A4:16; A5:14-15; A6:10-11; A7:11; A8:11, 41; A9:10, 12
climate signals, A8:8
core data, B7:45
dissolution, B7:8-9
lithologic units, A5:5
magnetobiochronology, B36:4
neoglacial, B34:6-8
paleoclimatology, B7:3-5, 7-10
photograph, A4:52
productivity, B23:13
size and number, B7:43
stable isotopes, B20:1-10
vs. depth, A7:43; B7:30-31
foraminifers, agglutinated
dissolution, B7:9-10
sediments, B15:4-5
vs. age, B15:10
foraminifers, benthic
data, B7:32-34
data in intervals, B7:44
Interval A, B7:37
Interval B, B7:38
Interval C, B7:39
Interval D, B7:40
oxygen isotopes, B(synthesis):40
percentage in cores, B7:27-28
reference list and taxonomy, B7:19-21
vs. age, B15:10
foraminifers, calcareous, dissolution, B7:42
foraminifers, planktonic
biostratigraphy, A9:51
vs. age, B15:10
vs. depth, A4:62; A5:58; A6:42
Formation Microscanner imaging logs
lithology, A9:21
vs. depth, A9:69
Formation Microscanner imaging sonic tool string, Antarctic Peninsula, B19:19
backscattered electron photomicrograph, B18:15-16
percentage in cores, B7:25-26
frequency vs. attenuation, low-pass filters, B19:26


gamma-ray logs
vs. depth, A4:89; A5:82-83, 88; A9:66-67; B32:19
vs. lithology, A4:91
wavenumber, B32:30
gamma rays
sediments, A4:25-26; A5:22; A6:16; A7:18; A8:17; A9:16
vs. composite depth, A7:64-65
vs. depth, A4:81-83 ; A5:72-74; A6:51; A7:54-55; A8:50-52; A9:58-59; B32:20, 33
vs. magnetic susceptibility, A6:53; A9:60
wavenumber, B32:34
gas hydrates, reflectors, A2:19-20
gases. See headspace gases; hydrocarbons
geochemistry, sediments, B4:1-12
geochemistry, inorganic
Site 1095, A4:21-24
Site 1096, A5:18-21
Site 1097, A6:14-15
Site 1098, A7:13-15
Site 1099, A7:15-16
Site 1100, A9:15
Site 1101, A8:13-15
geochemistry, organic
climate optimum, B34:5-6
Site 1095, A4:20-21
Site 1096, A5:16-18
Site 1097, A6:13-14
Site 1098, A7:12-13
Site 1099, A7:12-13
Site 1101, A8:12-13
Site 1103, A9:15
barnacle fragments, B27:1-8
sediments, B(synthesis):9; B7:4-5
See also age; chronology; radioactive dating
geological high-resolution magnetic tool, magnetic polarity, B31:1-23
geology, sediments, B(synthesis):3-5
geomagnetic reversals
depths, A4:156; A5:125; A8:74
See also magnetic reversals
Gerlache Strait
deglaciation, B34:4
neoglacial, B34:7
Glacial-Interglacial Facies, climate signals, A8:8
glacial/interglacial cycles
clay minerals, B8:10-12
ice-rafted debris, B10:6-8
lithologic units, A1:6-7; A5:11-12
pebbles, B11:6
stable isotopes, B20:3-4
glacial cycles, deposition, A1:32; A2:30
glacial erosion
argon isotopes, B22:9
sediments, A2:11-13
glacial half-cycles, deposition, A1:33; A2:31
glacial history, continental margin, B(synthesis):1-40
glacial meltwater, lithologic units, A5:9, 11-12
glacial sedimentation, drift deposits, B(synthesis):9-14
glacial Sequence S1, sediments, A2:11-13, 21, 40; B(synthesis):5-9, 21
glacial Sequence S2
diamicts, A1:12, 18-19; A2:40
sediments, A2:11-13, 21; B(synthesis):5-9, 21
glacial Sequence S2/S1 boundary, sediments, A2:11; B(synthesis):5-9
glacial Sequence S3
biofacies, A1:12, 19
sediments, A2:11-13, 21, 40; B(synthesis):5-9, 21
glacial Sequence S3/S1 unconformity, sediments, B(synthesis):5-9
glacial Sequence S3/S2 boundary, sediments, A2:11, 21; B(synthesis):5-9
glacial Sequence S4, sediments, A2:40
glacial signal, drift deposits, B10:1-22
Glacial Stage 6, cyclic processes, B25:7
Glacial Stages 2-4, cyclic processes, B25:7
glacials, sea ice, B25:9
age, A1:4
clay mineralogy, B8:14-15
continental shelf, A9:9
deposition, A4:10-11; A6:7-8
history, A2:1-44; B(synthesis):18-24
Neogene, B25:1-25
neoglacial, B34:7
pebbles, B11:3-6
sedimentation, A2:4-5, 39
See also tidewater glaciers
glaciation, continental, ice-rafted debris, B25:9-12
glaciomarine environment
biostratigraphy, B13:1-22
deposition, A6:7-8; A9:9
seismic units, A9:25
glauconite, potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
Graded Diamict Facies, lithofacies, A6:6
Graham Land N, geology, B8:5
grain diameter
histograms, B12:15
sediments, B12:21-22, 27-28, 33-34
vs. age, B12:10, 14
grain fabric, diamict, A9:18-19
grain mode
histograms, B12:15
sediments, B12:21-22, 27-28, 33-34
vs. age, B12:10, 14
grain size
bivariant discrimination, B24:23
classes, B24:27
clay mineralogy, B8:12-14
climate optimum, B34:5-6
continental rise, B12:1-34
fine fraction, B12:17-20, 24-26, 30-32; B24:1-27
histograms, B12:15
mean vs. skewness, B24:23
mean vs. standard deviation skewness, B24:23
method of moments for all fine fraction, B24:19-20
method of moments for sortable silt fraction, B24:21-22
populations, B24:6-8, 24; B25:8
sediments, B15:1-19
standard deviation vs. skewness, B24:23
statistical filters, B24:18-22
vs. age, B12:9, 13; B25:18
vs. depth, B25:19-25
See also coarse fraction; fine fraction; mode; roundness; sorting; sphericity; standard deviation; zero field cooled curves
granite pebbles, deposition, B25:6
lithologic units, A4:9-10, 122; A5:5, 10; B25:4-6
photograph, A5:46; A8:34
vs. depth, A4:49
gravel, abundance vs. calibrated age, B34:14
gravel clasts, ice-rafted debris, B25:9-10
gravity core PD92-30, dissolution, B7:8-9
gravity core PS1565
biogenic opal, B23:9
clay mineralogy, B8:12, 25
gravity flows
deposition, A9:8-9; B25:4-6
lithofacies, A6:6-7
lithologic units, A4:8
See also debris flows; turbidity currents
gravity surveys, maps, A2:36
anisotropy, B14:4
oxidation, B14:3
grounded glacial ice, climate reversals, B34:5


headspace gases, hydrocarbons, A4:157
heat flow, geothermal
sediments, A5:25-26; A7:20
split cores, A8:18-19
heat flow, reflectors, A2:19-20
hemipelagic drifts
deposition, A1:3; A2:4-5
magnetic minerals, B14:1-12
hemipelagic environment, lithologic units, A5:5-6; A8:3-4, 6
Hemipelagic Facies
deposition, A5:11-12
sediments, A1:8-9
calcareous nannofossils, B26:6-7
lithologic units, B25:4-6
grain size, B24:4
magnetostratigraphy, A4:18; B37:8, 10
seismic models, A4:34-35
See also unconformities
biostratigraphy, A4:13-16
chronology, A7:12
climate optimum, B34:4
lithologic units, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:4-6, 11-12; A7:4-10; A8:3-4
mass accumulation rates, B3:1-20
paleoclimatology, B7:1-45
Holocene Climate Optimum, sedimentation, B34:4-6
hydrates. See gas hydrates
headspace gases, A4:157; A5:126-127; A8:75; A9:81
See also headspaces gases; isobutane; isopentane
hydrocarbons, C3+, vs. depth, A5:67
hydrocarbons, volatile, sediments, A4:20; A5:16-17; A6:13; A7:12; A8:12; A9:15
hydrothermal alteration, clay mineralogy, B8:8-9
hysteresis, saturation remanence, B14:8, 10-11


ice, sediment transport, A1:2-3
ice-rafted debris
climate optimum, B34:6
continental glaciation, B25:9-10
glacial signal, B10:1-22
lithologic units, A1:6-8; A4:6, 9-10, 122; A5:10-11; A8:6-8; B25:6
magnetostratigraphy, B37:7-17
pebbles, B11:1-23
photograph, A4:60; A5:52; A6:40; A8:34
structure, A4:57
ice catchment, paleoclimatology, A1:5
ice rafting, sedimentation, B15:4-5
ice sheets
continental rise, B(synthesis):16-17, 32
deposition, B25:10-11
history, A2:1-44
maps, A1:31; A2:29
Seismic Sequence Group S1, A9:25
ice streaming, tectonics, A1:4
ice streams
deposition, B8:10-12
drift deposits, B8:3-4
ice volume, orbital obliquity, B8:12
iceberg plowing, deposition, A9:6
location, A6:27
pebbles, B11:3-6
ichnofacies, lithologic units, A4:6
igneous pebbles, deposition, A8:8
continental shelf, B8:9
drift deposits, B8:7-16
potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
sediments, A1:50; A8:49
vs. age, B8:27
vs. depth, B(synthesis):38; B8:23-24, 26
X-ray diffraction data, A4:79-80; A5:20, 71; A6:15, 50; A8:15, 79
See also chlorite/illite ratio; chlorite-illite province; mixed-layer clays/illite ratio
illite-smectite-chlorite, ternary diagram, B8:28
impacts, upper Pliocene, B9:1-6
reflectors, A2:19-20
vs. depth, A5:97
vs. two-way traveltime, A7:70-71
index properties
split cores, A4:26; A5:22-23; A6:16-17; A7:19; A8:17-18; A9:17
vs. depth, A5:94
induced anomaly logs
vs. depth, B31:15-16
vs. remanent anomaly logs, B31:17
inner shelf, topography, A2:10
continental rise, B(synthesis):16-17
frequency vs. age, B32:31-32
neoglacial, B34:7
sediments, B(synthesis):13
insolation, truncated, wavenumber, B32:28, 36
insolation signal
physical properties, B32:5, 9-15
vs. age, B32:21
wavenumber, B32:25-26, 28, 36
integrated resistivity logs, vs. depth, B19:27
Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone, neoglacial, B34:7
interglacials, sea ice, B25:9
Interval A
benthic foraminifers, B7:37
climate, B7:11-12
Interval B
benthic foraminifers, B7:38
climate, B7:11-12
Interval C
benthic foraminifers, B7:39
climate, B7:12-13
Interval D
benthic foraminifers, B7:40
climate, B7:13
intraclasts, diamict, A9:18-19
iridium, impacts, B9:3-4, 6
pore water, A5:19; A6:14; A7:15
vs. depth, A7:52-53
iron-titanium oxide, backscattered electron photomicrograph, B22:16
iron oxide, sediments, B4:3
isobutane, sediments, A5:17
isopentane, sediments, A5:17


Jaramillo Subchron, magnetostratigraphy, A4:18; A5:16; A8:11; B36:7-8; B37:8, 10, 13-14


drift deposits, B8:7
potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
Koenigsberger ratio
magnetic polarity, B31:8, 21, 23
vs. depth, B31:20


lag deposits, continental shelf, A9:10
Lallemand Fjord, photograph, A2:32
core photograph, B18:10
lateral continuity, B3:4-5
micrograph, B18:11-16
vs. depth, B3:12
See also clay laminae; diatom-ooze laminae; silt laminae
laminae, diatom-bearing terrigenous, postglacial sediments, B18:5
Laminated Facies
lithologic units, A5:5, 10-12; A8:3-7; B25:4-6, 8
photograph, A8:32, 35
reflectance, B21:3-22
deglaciation, B34:4
deposition, A7:8-10
ice-rafted debris, B10:5-8
lithologic units, A4:4-13; A5:6-7, 11-12; A7:4-6; A8:3-9; B7:11-14; B25:4-6
neoglacial, B34:6-8
photograph, A5:47, 50, 54; A6:37
postglacial sediments, B18:4-6
sedimentation, A1:15-17
sediments, B3:1-20
vs. depth, A4:51; B32:33
X-ray radiography, B10:20
See also clay laminae; cross laminations; laminae; silt laminae
laser diffraction analysis, grain size, B24:3, 14
Last Glacial Maximum, currents, A2:7
lightness, vs. depth, B3:11-13; B32:20
lithic fragments
lithologic units, A4:9
vs. depth, B13:12
lithodensity logs, vs. depth, A5:84
deposition, A9:6
ice-rafted debris, B10:5-8, 19
lithologic units, A4:4-13; A5:4-12; A8:3-9
lower Pliocene, A6:28
photograph, A4:54-56, 58-60; A5:46-47, 49-50, 52-55; A6:31-34, 37-40; A9:45-46, 49-50
reflectance, B21:1-22
sedimentary record, A1:14-15
sediments, A9:6-9
seismic Unit S3, B22:15
structure, A4:57; A5:48
summary, A1:43; A6:41
See also biofacies; Bioturbated Facies; Burrowed Facies; Chaotically Stratified Facies; Contourite Facies; Diatomaceous Facies; Facies C; Facies Dmm; Facies Dms; Facies F1; Facies Fm; Facies Fmd; Facies L; Facies L1; Facies L2; Facies L3; Facies M; Facies Mb; Facies Md; Facies Mf; Facies Sd; Glacial-Interglacial Facies; Graded Diamict Facies; Hemipelagic Facies; ichnofacies; Laminated Facies; Massive Diamict Facies; Stratified Diamict Facies; Terrigenous Facies; Turbidite Facies
lithologic units
Site 1095, A4:4-13
Site 1096, A5:4-12
Site 1098, A7:3-6
Site 1099, A7:6-10
Site 1100, A8:3-9
summary, A4:121; A5:103
Unit I, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:4-6, 11-12; A7:4-10; A8:3-4; B25:4
Unit II, A4:5-8, 11-13; A5:6-9, 11-12; A8:4-6; B25:4-6
Unit III, A4:8-9, 11; A5:9-12; A8:6-7
See also logging units; petrophysical units; seismic units
composite depth scales, B5:6, 31
logs, A6:29-30
vs. color, A5:45
vs. gamma-ray logs, A4:91
vs. magnetic susceptibility, A5:45
vs. magnetic susceptibility logs, A4:91
well-logging, A5:27-28
See also log-lithology correlation
seismic profiles, A5:100
Site 1095, A4:4-13, 47-48; B25:16
Site 1096, A5:4-12, 43-45
Site 1097, A6:3-8
Site 1098, A7:3-6, 8-10, 34
Site 1099, A7:6-10, 38
Site 1100, A9:5-6, 33
Site 1101, A8:2-9, 29
Site 1102, A9:9-10
Site 1103, A9:6-9, 34-44
summary, A1:36, 45, 49; A7:80
log-lithology correlation, logging units, A4:29
logging units
lithology, A4:28-29; A9:20-21
Unit 1, A4:28; A9:20
Unit 2, A4:29; A9:20
Unit 3, A9:20
Unit 4, A9:20
Unit 5, A9:21
Unit 6, A9:21
See also lithologic units; petrophysical units; seismic units
loss on ignition, sediments, B4:1-12
low-energy environment, lithologic units, A4:5; A8:6; B25:4
low-pass filters, frequency vs. attenuation, B19:26


magmatic activity, geology, B8:5
pore water, A4:22; A5:19-20; A6:14; A7:16; A8:14; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52-53; A8:47
magnesium/potassium ratio, pore water, A7:16
magnesium chlorite, potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
magnetic declination, overprinting, A4:64
magnetic domains
climate optimum, B34:6
magnetic minerals, B14:2-4
See also pseudo-single domains; stable single domain behavior; synthetic pseudo-single domains
magnetic excursions, magnetostratigraphy, B37:11
magnetic field
magnetic polarity, A4:29
profiles, A5:41
magnetic inclination
composite depth scales, B5:8-9
demagnetization, A4:17-18
histogram, A5:59; A8:42
magnetostratigraphy, A4:18-20
overprinting, A4:64
split cores, A8:11
vs. depth, A4:67-68, 70, 75; A5:62-63, 65; A6:44; A7:44, 46; A8:43; A9:54, 56-57; B37:27
See also paleomagnetic inclination logs
magnetic inclination, split core, vs. depth, B37:34
magnetic inclination, U-channel and split core, vs. depth, B37:32-33
magnetic inclination, U-channel and spilt core and discrete, vs. depth, B37:38
magnetic intensity
composite depth scales, B5:8, 34
demagnetization, A4:17-18
vs. depth, A4:67, 69, 75; A5:62, 64-65; A6:44; A7:45-46, 48; A8:43; A9:54, 57; B5:24-25; B37:27
See also paleointensity
magnetic logs. See paleomagnetic inclination logs; total magnetic field logs
magnetic minerals, hemipelagic drifts, B14:1-12
magnetic polarity
correlation analysis, B31:5-6
magnetic field, A4:29
magnetostratigraphy, A4:18-20, 92; A5:28, 86; B31:1-23
sedimentation rates, A5:143
transition depths, A5:142
vs. depth, B37:28-31, 37, 40
magnetic polarity, normal, Cryptochron 4r.2r-1, A4:73-74
magnetic polarity, reversed, Cryptochron 4r.2r-1, A4:71-72
magnetic reversals
magnetostratigraphy, B37:7-15
sedimentation rates, B37:12, 15
See also geomagnetic reversals
magnetic susceptibility
composite depth scales, B5:6-7, 32
cycle length, B25:19-25
neoglacial, B34:7
paleoclimatology, B7:3-4
porosity, B30:4-7
sediments, A4:24; A5:21-22; A6:15-16; A7:17-18; A8:16; A9:16; B(synthesis):12-13; B6:3-5; B7:10-14
vs. calibrated age, B34:14
vs. carbon-14 age of marine sediments, A2:44
vs. composite depth, A7:63-65, 69
vs. depth, A4:50, 75, 81-83, 88, 90-92, 97-99; A5:65, 72-74, 82-83, 88-89, 91; A6:51; A7:45-49, 54-56; A8:33, 50-52; A9:58-59, 66-67; B5:16-19; B6:8-9, 11; B7:24; B14:9; B25:19-25; B30:11-12, 33; B31:20; B32:20; B37:27, 30-31
vs. gamma-ray attenuation density, B30:15
vs. gamma rays, A6:53; A9:60
vs. lithology, A5:45
wavenumber, B32:25-26
magnetic susceptibility logs
comparison with velocity logs, B19:29
magnetic polarity, B31:7
vs. depth, A4:88, 90-92, 97-99; A5:82, 84, 88-89, 91; A9:66-67; B31:13, 15-16; B32:19
vs. lithology, A4:91
climate optimum, B34:6
granulometry, B14:7
Verwey transition, B14:2-4
magnetization, vs. depth, B31:20
magnetobiochronology, B36:1-40
biostratigraphy, B37:9
Cenozoic, A1:9, 53
diamicts, A6:12-13
drift deposits, B37:1-61
magnetic inclination, A4:18-20
magnetic polarity, A4:18-20, 92; A5:86; B31:1-23
magnetobiochronology, B36:4-5
overprinting, A9:14
sedimentation rates, B37:16
sediments, A5:16; A9:14-15; B(synthesis):11-12; B37:42-48
vs. depth, A4:67-70; A5:62-65, 86; A6:44; A7:48; B37:28-31, 37, 40
well-logging, B31:1-23; B37:9-12, 15, 35
major elements, sediments, B4:1-12
pore water, A4:21; A5:18; A6:14; A8:13; A9:15; B8:9
vs. depth, A4:77; A5:70; A6:49; A7:52; A8:47; B14:9
manganese oxide
dissolution, A5:18; A9:15
pore water, A8:13
Marguerite Bay, chlorite-illite province, B8:9
Marguerite Trough
chlorite-illite province, B8:9
paleo-pathways, B8:3-4
marine-glacial environment, sedimentation, A2:9-15
mass accumulation rates
biogenic opal, B23:7-8
climate optimum, B34:6
climate reversals, B34:4-5
foraminifers, B7:10-14
ice-rafted debris, B10:4-5, 12-16, 18
neoglacial, B34:6-8
sediments, B3:1-20
vs. age, B10:18
vs. calibrated age, B34:14
See also opal accumulation rate; sedimentation rates; total organic carbon accumulation rates
mass flows, lithologic units, A7:5-6
Massive Diamict Facies, lithofacies, A6:5-6
Massive Facies, lithologic units, A5:5, 10-12; A8:3-6; B25:4-5
Matuyama Chron
magnetostratigraphy, B37:13
See also Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
maximum angular deviation, vs. depth, A4:67; A5:62; A6:44; A7:48
megatsunamis, impacts, A2:18
deposition, A8:7
See also glacial meltwater
metamorphic rocks, composition, B15:4-5
headspace gases, A7:105
precipitation, A5:20
sediments, A4:20; A5:16-17; A6:13; A7:12; A8:12; A9:15
vs. depth, A4:76; A5:66; A8:44
methane/ethane ratio, sediments, A5:17
micrograph, B18:11-14
postglacial sediments, B18:1-17
See also fabric
photograph, A4:53
See also faults
micromorphology, diamict, A6:17-18; A9:18-19
micronodules, photograph, A8:31
mid-basin reflector, synthetic seismograms, A7:76
mid-Pleistocene Climate Transition, pebbles, B11:6
mid-shelf high
sedimentation, A2:10-11
tectonics, A2:8, 10
middle shelf, topography, A2:10
Milankovitch cycles, physical properties, B32:8-15
biostratigraphy, A4:62
cyclic processes, B32:14-15
diatoms, B25:6-7
dinoflagellate cysts, B2:2-4
glaciation, B(synthesis):20-21
lithologic units, A4:5-13
sediments, B(synthesis):9
stratigraphy, B36:11-12
Miocene, upper
biostratigraphy, B13:1-22
clay mineralogy, B8:1-29
cyclic processes, B25:8, 25
productivity, B23:13-14
mixed-layer clays
sediments, A1:50; A8:49
X-ray diffraction data, A4:23, 79-80; A5:20, 71; A6:15, 50; A8:15, 79
See also chlorite/mixed-layer clays ratio
mixed-layer clays/illite ratio, X-ray diffraction data, A4:23; A5:71; A6:50; A8:48
mode, vs. age, B25:18
Model A
filters, A4:111
input and output frequency spectra, A4:110
synthetic seismograms, A4:108
synthetic traces and digital data, A4:112-113
Model B
synthetic seismograms, A4:109
synthetic traces and digital data, A4:114-115
montmorillonite, potassium logs vs. photoelectric effect logs, A5:85
Morelet wavelet, waveform analysis, B32:23
lithologic units, A4:4-5, 10-11; A5:5
photograph, A4:52; A5:46, 55
mounds, sediments, A2:13-15
bioturbation, A2:15
diamictite, A9:6-7
ice-rafted debris, B10:5-8
impacts, B9:2
lithofacies, A6:5-7
lithologic units, A1:6-7; A2:16-17; A5:6-9, 11-12; B25:4-6
structure, A4:57
X-ray radiography, B10:21
See also ooze/mud couplets
mud, bioturbated diatom sandy, neoglacial, B34:4
mud, bioturbated marine, photograph, A6:38
mud, diatomaceous, Holocene climate optimum, B34:4
mud, diatomaceous sandy
climate reversals, B34:4
deglaciation, B34:3-4
mud, diatomaceous turbidite, climate reversals, B34:4
mud, foraminifer-bearing, X-ray radiography, B10:21
mud, hemipelagic, photograph, A5:49
mud, laminated, X-ray radiography, B10:20
mud, laminated marine, photograph, A6:37
mud, parallel silt-laminated, lithologic units, A5:7-8, 11-12; B25:4-6
mud, silty
lithologic units, B25:4-6
lithology, A6:4-5
photograph, A7:41
lithologic units, A4:9, 11
lithology, A9:7-8
reworking, A9:7
mudstone, laminated, photograph, A9:49-50
mudstone, massive, photograph, A9:49
muscovite, vs. age, B15:11


nannofossils, calcareous
biostratigraphy, A1:14-15; A5:14; A8:10, 14, 41; B28:1-22
magnetobiochronology, B36:4
Pliocene-Pleistocene, B26:1-21
taxonomy, B28:6
vs. depth, A5:58
zonation, B28:15
biostratigraphy, B13:10
chronostratigraphy, B36:21
diatoms, B29:1-25; B35:1-57
glaciation, B25:1-25
opal, B23:1-33
radiolarians, B33:1-14
Antarctic Circumpolar Current, B34:7
bioturbated diatom sandy mud, B34:4
paleoenvironment, B34:6-8
Neogloboquadrina pachyderma sinistral
occurrence, B7:41
stable isotopes, B20:1-10
Nereites, lithologic units, A4:6, 9; A5:6-7
neutron capture cross section, chlorine, A5:28
neutron porosity logs, comparison with velocity logs, B19:29
nickel, sediments, A4:23
niobium, sediments, A4:23
nitrogen, total, sediments, A7:106-107
nodules. See micronodules
normal faults
mudstone, A9:8
X-ray radiography, B10:20
Northern Component Water
evolution of properties, B23:31
sea ice, B23:13-17