Abrakurrie Limestone, equivalents, A2:8; B1:6; B4:11
Abrakurrie Limestone, upper, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
abyssal environment, biostratigraphy, A8:19
acoustic impedance logs
vs. depth, A4:79; A6:82
well-logging, A4:39
Adeonellopsis spp.
calcite, B13:6–10
carbonate mineralogy vs. stable isotopes, B13:21
scanning electron photomicrograph, B13:18
carbon-14, B8:4–6
Oi1 Interval, B14:17
vs. oxygen isotopes, A8:50
vs. seismic sequences, A4:84
age vs. depth
Site 1126, A4:54; B3:40
Site 1127, A5:36; B5:9; B6:3, 6, 11
Site 1128, A6:55; B3:40
Site 1129, A7:41; B5:12
Site 1130, A8:42; B3:40; B5:11
Site 1131, A9:33; B5:13
Site 1132, A10:48; B3:40; B5:10
Site 1133, A11:24
Site 1134, A12:36; B3:40
summary, A1:50
Miocene–Pliocene, A1:4; B1:6–7
upper Miocene, A1:4
Aldinga Transgression, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
contour plot vs. depth, A7:55
pore water, A1:18, 24, 32; A4:31; A5:20; A6:29; A7:21–22; A8:25; A9:19; A10:24; A11:14; A12:20
sediments, A1:15
vs. depth, A4:65; A5:46; A6:70; A7:50; A8:54; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:46
vs. sulfate/chloride ratio, A5:48
alkalinity/chloride ratio, pore water, A4:31
allostratigraphic packages, deposition, B4:9–11
pore water, A5:19; A6:29; A8:24–25; A9:19; A10:24; A12:20
vs. depth, A5:46; A7:50; A8:53; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:46
anhydrite, dissolution, A4:32
Antarctic–Australian spreading center, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
Antarctic Circumpolar Currrent, glacioeustacy, B4:10
pore water, A1:21
sediments, A1:41; A4:32; A5:21; A7:21; A8:25; A9:19–20; A12:21; B7:3–4; B10:1–14; B13:7
trace elements, B16:5–6
vs. depth, A4:68; A5:49; A7:51; A8:55; A9:45; A10:57; B7:7–12; B8:11–12; B9:15; B10:6; B11:8
assemblages, benthic foraminifers, comparison at Sites 1126 and 1134, A12:16
Cenozoic, A1:1–58
stratigraphy, A2:4–6
Australia NE platforms, comparison with, A2:22–23


bacteria, magnetotactic, greigite, A1:20
Bairnsdalian, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
Balcombe Transgression, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
Balcombian, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
Bart1 sequence, depocenters, B4:11
Bartonian, planktonic foraminifers, B4:8
basement, Precambrian, A1:5
Batesford Transgression, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
Batesfordian, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
bathyal environment
biostratigraphy, A1:26, 34, 37, 40; A8:17–18; A10:18–20; A12:15–16
sedimentation, A1:17
bedding, inclined deformed, photograph, A4:51
benthic environment, sedimentation, A1:17
lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 28, 39; A4:5–6, 8–9; A5:4–8; A6:6–7; A7:5–6; A8:4–7; A9:5–8; A10:4–10; A11:3–6; A12:4–7; B9:4–7
photograph, A10:44–45
photomicrograph, B12:8
See also microbioclasts
biofacies, nannofossils, A5:12
biogenic mounds
Pliocene–Quaternary, A1:4–5; B1:5, 13–15
See also carbonate platforms; mound complexes; reef mounds
biostratigraphic datums
correlation, A6:96; A8:82; B3:4–8; B5:3–6
depths and ages, B5:14–15
levels, A6:90; B3:43–47
sedimentation rates, A4:88; A5:14, 71; A6:90; A7:16, 68; A8:19, 42, 74; A9:13–14, 33, 59; A10:48, 72; A11:10, 24, 37; A12:16–17, 36, 61; B3:40
biostratigraphic hiatuses, vs. seismic sequences, A4:84
nannofossils, A1:17
Neogene, A1:10–12; B3:1–67
Quaternary, B5:1–16
Site 1126, A4:12–23
Site 1127, A5:9–14; B6:1–11
Site 1128, A6:11–22
Site 1129, A7:12–16
Site 1130, A8:10–19
Site 1131, A9:9–14
Site 1132, A10:13–21
Site 1133, A11:7–10
Site 1134, A12:8–17
splice correlation, A4:93
summary, A1:17, 20, 22–23, 26, 28–29, 31, 34, 37, 40; A7:39–40; B2:1–24
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22, 28, 39; A4:6–11; A5:4–8; A6:4–5; A7:6–11; A8:4–9; A10:4–6; A11:3–5; A12:4–7; B9:4–8
See also microborings
biozones, biostratigraphy, A1:11–12
bivalves, lithostratigraphic units, A8:7–9
Blanche Point Formation, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
boundstone, photomicrograph, B9:11
boundstone, bryozoan, reef mounds, B13:1–29
brachiopods, lithostratigraphic units, A10:10
brecciation, lithostratigraphic units, A10:10
diagenesis, B1:10–12
origin, A9:20–21
Brunhes Chron
Globorotalia hirsuta, B5:4–5
Globorotalia truncatulinoides, B5:5
magnetic polarity, A1:20
magnetostratigraphy, A1:23, 31, 37–38; A5:17; A6:24; A9:15–16; A10:22; A11:11; A12:18
sedimentation rates, A10:20–21
sediments, A1:13–34
Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
biostratigraphy, A9:13
grain size, B15:4
magnetic inclination, A10:51
magnetostratigraphy, A1:40; A7:18; A8:20; A10:22; A12:18
sediments, A1:13, 26, 29, 34
vs. depth, A8:46; B15:9
age, B8:4–6
growth forms, A7:35; B1:27
lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20, 25, 31, 33, 39; A5:7; A6:5; A7:5–12; A8:5–9; A9:4–8; A10:4–12; A12:6–7; B9:4–7
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
mound complexes, A1:33; A7:11–12; A9:8
photograph, A6:48; A8:39
reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10, 13–15
relative proportions in different lithologies, B1:26
scanning electron photomicrograph, B13:18–19
slope environment, A6:10
See also Adeonellopsis spp.; Celleporaria; Idmidronea spp.; Nevianipora sp.
bryozoans, cool-water, stable isotopes, B13:1–29
burrow fills, lithostratigraphic units, A10:11
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26, 33; A5:4–7; A6:4–9; A8:5–9; A10:4–10; A11:3–5; A12:4–7
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
photograph, A6:51, 53; A7:36–37; A10:41–42
See also microborings
butane, sediments, A1:15


calcification, bryozoans, B13:9
calcite, bryozoans, B13:6
calcite, high-magnesium
diagenesis, B1:10–12
grain size, B15:4
sediments, A5:21; A8:25; A9:19–20; A10:25; A11:13; A12:21; B7:3–4; B10:1–14
trace elements, B16:5–6
vs. depth, A4:68; A5:49; A7:21, 23, 51; A8:55; A9:45; A10:57; B7:8, 11–12; B8:11–12; B9:15; B10:8; B11:8; B15:9
calcite, intermediate-magnesium, bryozoans, B13:6
calcite, low-magnesium
bryozoans, B13:6
diagenesis, B1:10–12
grain size, B15:4
sediments, A5:21; A8:25; A9:19; A10:25; A11:13; A12:21; B7:3–4; B10:1–14; B12:4–5; B14:4
trace elements, B16:5–6
vs. depth, A4:68; A5:49; A7:21, 51; A8:55; A9:45; A10:57; B7:7–10; B8:11–12; B9:15; B11:8; B15:9
X-ray diffraction data, A6:102–103
calcite, low-magnesium/quartz ratio, vs. depth, A6:71
calcite cement, photomicrograph, B12:8
calcite content, vs. stable isotopes in Adeonellopsis, B13:21
calcite crystals, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10; B12:4–5
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A6:4–5, 8
photograph, A6:47
pore water, A1:18, 24, 32; A4:30–31; A5:19–21; A6:28–29; A7:21; A8:24; A9:19; A10:23–24; A11:14; A12:20
vs. depth, A4:64–65; A5:45; A6:68; A7:49; A8:52; A9:43; A10:53; A11:30; A12:45
See also magnesium/calcium ratio; strontium/calcium ratio
calcium, excess, vs. depth, A5:47; A8:54; A10:55
calcium/chloride ratio, pore water, A4:32
caliper logs,vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:54–55; A6:79; A7:61, 63–64; A8:61–62, 65; A9:51, 53; A10:63–64; A12:51, 53
carbon, dissolved inorganic, calcification, B13:9
carbon, inorganic, sediments, A5:18, 74–76; A6:27; A7:20; A8:23; A9:18; A10:23, 74–75; A11:13; A12:19
carbon, organic
sediments, A1:18, 21, 23, 27, 32, 35, 38; A4:29, 96–97; A5:18; A6:27, 100; A7:20, 71–72; A8:23; A9:18, 68–69; A10:23, 74–75; A11:13, 41; A12:19; B8:13–15
vs. depth, A4:62; A5:43; A6:65; A7:46; A9:41; A10:52; A11:29; B8:13–16
carbon, total, sediments, A5:74–76
carbon, total organic, pyrolysis, A7:73
carbon isotopes
carbonates, B15:1–13
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
cool-water carbonates, B1:12; B11:1–14
lower Oligocene, B14:4
sediments, B12:5
vs. calcite content in Adeonellopsis, B13:21
vs. depth, B1:24; B11:7; B12:9; B13:15–17; B14:8; B15:8
vs. oxygen isotopes in calcite, B12:10
vs. oxygen isotopes in dolomite, B12:10
carbon-14, age, B8:4–6, 17
carbonate compensation depth
biostratigraphy, A1:12, 23; A6:12–14
Cenozoic, A1:22
lithostratigraphy, A1:9
carbonate content
sediments, A1:18, 21, 23, 29, 35, 38, 40; A4:29, 96–97; A5:74–76; A6:27, 100; A7:20, 71–72; A8:85; A9:68–69; A10:23, 74–75; A11:13, 41; A12:5, 19, 68; B7:3–4; B14:4
vs. depth, A4:62; A5:43; A6:65; A7:46; A8:51; A9:41; A10:52; A11:29; A12:43; B7:7–12; B8:11–16; B14:7–8
carbonate index, vs. age, B1:30
carbonate ion, carbonates, A5:20–21
carbonate platforms
evolution, A2:14–20
middle Miocene, A1:4
carbonate platforms, cool-water
sedimentology, B9:1–15
seismic stratigraphy, A2:1–25
carbonate ramps
Eocene–Oligocene, A1:4; B1:5, 13–15
upper Miocene, A1:4
diagenesis, A1:15, 38; A7:22–23; A9:20
dissolution, A1:35
geochemistry, B12:1–11
grain size, B15:1–13
isotope stratigraphy, B15:1–13
lithofacies, B4:10
lithostratigraphic units, A5:8
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
lower Oligocene–Neogene, A6:10
Milankovitch cycles, B14:9
mineral composition, B10:1–14; B11:1–14
recrystallization, A1:23–24; A5:21; A7:22–23; A9:20; A10:15–16
sequence stratigraphy, correlation, B3:41
stable isotopes, B15:1–13
See also aragonite; calcification; calcite, high-magnesium; calcite, intermediate-magnesium; calcite, low-magnesium; calcite, low-magnesium/quartz ratio; calcite cement; calcite content; calcite crystals; calciturbidite; carbonate content; carbonate ion; carbonate platforms; carbonate ramps; carbonates, cool-water; chalk; dolomite; dolomite crystals; dolomite rhombs; dolomitization; microsparite; ooze
carbonates, cool-water
bryozoans, B13:1–29
Cenozoic, A1:1–58; B1:13–15
deposition, B1:1–30
mineralogy, B11:1–14
seismic stratigraphy, A2:1–25
trace elements, B16:1–24
Castle Cove Limestone, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
celestite, pore water, A1:29–30
Celleporaria, lithostratigraphic units, A9:5
carbonates, B13:8
recrystallization, A10:15–16; B12:4–5
biostratigraphy, A1:17
drilling, A1:16
lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12
cool-water carbonates, A1:1–58; B1:1–30; B16:1–24
drilling, A1:16–19
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
paleoceanography, A1:37–38
sediments, B14:1–17
seismic stratigraphy, A2:1–25
stratigraphy, A1:3–5
chalk, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 28, 33, 37, 39; A4:6, 10; A10:7–8; A11:6; A12:7
chalk, calcareous nannofossil, lithostratigraphic units, A12:6–7
chalk, clayey, lithostratigraphic units, A6:7–8
chalk, foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A10:8; A12:5
chalk, nannofossil
composition, B14:4
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–9; A5:7; A7:9
chalk, nannofossil foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A8:7; B12:3–5
chalk, silicified nannofossil foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8
charge anomaly, ions, A9:21
charge imbalance, vs. excess magnesium, A9:46
Chattian, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
cheilostomes, reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10
lithofacies, B4:10
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22, 28, 34, 37, 39; A4:9, 11; A6:7–8; A7:9–10; A10:9; A11:6; A12:6–7
chert, nodular, lithostratigraphic units, B12:3–5
contour concentration, A1:53
contour concentration overlying seismic line, B1:28
contour plot vs. depth, A7:52
pore water, A1:18, 24, 27, 32, 35; A4:30; A5:19; A6:28–29; A7:20, 22; A8:23, 25; A9:19–21; A10:23, 25; A11:13; A12:20
sediments, A1:14
vs. depth, A4:63; A5:44; A6:66; A7:48; A8:52; A9:42; A10:53; A11:30; A12:44
vs. salinity, A6:67
See also alkalinity/chloride ratio; calcium/chloride ratio; lithium/chloride ratio; potassium/chloride ratio; silica/chloride ratio; sodium/chloride ratio; strontium/chloride ratio; sulfate/chloride ratio
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:6–9; A5:7; A6:4–5, 8; A7:8–10; A10:7
photograph, A7:37
Chron 13n, age model, B14:4
Chron C1n, sediments, A6:24
Chron C1n/C1r1r, magnetic inclination, A10:51
Chron C1r
magnetostratigraphy, A7:18
sediments, A1:26
Chron C1r1n
magnetic inclination, A10:51
magnetostratigraphy, A5:17; A7:18
sediments, A1:13, 26
Chron C1r1r, magnetostratigraphy, A5:17; A12:5
Chron C2n
magnetostratigraphy, A7:18
sediments, A1:13, 26
Chron C5Br, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
Chron C5Cn, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
Chron C5Cr, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
Chron C7n, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
Chron C9r, sediments, A6:24
Chron C10n, sediments, A6:24
Chron C12r, sediments, A6:24
Chron C13r, sediments, A6:24
Circum-Atlantic Current, development, A1:22
clasts, lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20; A6:5–6; A8:7
clasts, reworked, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39
clasts, rip-up, lithostratigraphic units, A5:7
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
lower Oligocene–Neogene, A6:10
vs. depth, B7:7, 8–12; B8:11–12, 14–16; B9:12
clay, black, lithostratigraphic units, A6:5–6
clay, calcareous, lithostratigraphic units, A6:7
clay, green bioturbated, photograph, A6:51
clay, silty, lithostratigraphic units, A6:8
clay mineralogy
Milankovitch cycles, B14:9
sediments, B14:3
vs. depth, B14:8
See also illite+kaolinite; mixed-layer minerals; smectite
clay minerals
diagenesis, A6:29
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8
sediments, A4:32; A6:30
vs. depth, B14:7
claystone, lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:10; A6:8
claystone, silty, lithostratigraphic units, A6:8
Clifton Formation, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
Clifton Transgression, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
clinoform ramps, Pliocene–Quaternary, A1:5
clinoforms, Neogene, A1:19–22, 25–28, 30–33; A7:11
coarse fraction, vs. depth, B9:12
coercivity, sediments, A1:13
color, vs. depth, B7:9–12
composite depths
correlation, A9:38
Site 1128, A6:25–26, 91–95
Site 1130, A8:21–22, 75–81
Site 1131, A9:16–17, 60–64
Site 1133, A11:12–13, 38
Site 1134, A12:18–19, 62–65
summary, A4:26–29, 89–92
upper Miocene–Quaternary, A1:23
composite section
correlation, A1:29, 38, 40; A4:26–29; A6:26, 61–63, 86; A8:21–22; A9:16–17; A11:12–13; A12:18–19
sediments, A1:31
compressional wave velocity
discrete measurements, A7:83; A8:94; A9:79; A10:78; A11:48; A12:76
multisensor track, A6:104; A8:89; A9:73; A10:86; A11:44; A12:71
physical properties units, A1:18–19
sediments, A4:33–35, 101; A5:22–23, 81; A6:30–32, 109; A7:24–25, 77; A8:26; A9:22; A10:27; A11:15; A12:21–22
vs. depth, A4:70–72, 74; A5:50; A6:72–74; A7:56–57; A8:56–57, 63; A9:47; A10:58; A11:32; A12:47–48
compressional wave velocity, discrete, sediments, A4:106; A5:86
Compton Conglomerate, lithofacies, B4:10
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A6:5–6
photograph, A6:49
conglomerate, granule, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
conglomerate, pebble and cobble, lithostratigraphic units, A6:10–11
continental drift, Cretaceous, A1:3
continental margin, Cenozoic, A1:3; B1:3–4
continental shelf, deposition, B1:6
corals, azooxanthellate
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6; A8:6
photograph, A4:50
cordierite, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
biostratigraphic datums, A6:96; A8:82; B3:17
biostratigraphy, A4:93
composite section, A4:26–29
cores, A1:18
Eocene–Oligocene, B4:8–11, 23
magnetostratigraphic datums, A6:97
Neogene, B3:39
Oligocene, B2:16
seismic sequences, A5:66–68; A8:70; A10:69; A12:58
debrite, A6:38
lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
seismic sequences, A4:42
See also Cenomanian
Cretaceous, Upper, drilling, A1:16
Cretaceous normal superchron, magnetostratigraphy, A4:26
cross bedding, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
cross laminations
lithostratigraphic units, A4:10; A6:8
photograph, A6:52
cyclic processes
lithostratigraphic units, A10:12
mass accumulation rates, B1:7–9
physical properties, A1:30
Quaternary, A1:16
sediments, A1:17, 21
See also glacial/interglacial cycles; Milankovitch cycles
cyclostomes, reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10


biostratigraphy, A1:22–23
Cretaceous, A6:38
seismic sequences, A6:38
deep resistivity logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62; A9:53; A10:63; A12:51
deep-water environment, sediments, A1:22–25
deformed strata
lithostratigraphic units, A6:5–6; A8:6–7
photograph, A6:49–50
degassing, sediments, A1:21
degradation, organic matter, A1:32
discrete samples, A4:24–26
intensity decay, A7:43
magnetic intensity decay, A9:35
sediments, A8:44
vs. B-field, A8:45
vs. depth, A11:25
vs. magnetic intensity, A5:38
demagnetization, alternating-field
discrete samples, A6:56
vectors, A12:38
vs. B-field, A7:44; A9:37
vs. magnetic intensity, A4:56
density, bulk, vs. depth, A4:69–72; A5:51; A6:72–74, 76; A7:56–57; A8:56–57; A9:47, 49; A10:60; A11:32, 34; A12:47–48, 50
density, gamma-ray attenuation
multisensor track, A6:30–32, 105; A7:24–25, 78; A8:26, 90; A9:22, 74; A10:27, 79; A11:15, 45; A12:72
sediments, A4:33–35, 102; A5:22–23, 82; A12:21–22
vs. depth, A4:58–59; A6:61–63; A7:59; A8:63; A11:27–28; A12:40–42
density, vs. depth, A5:50; A10:58
density logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62–63; A9:53; A10:63; A12:51
depocenters, carbonates, B4:11
cool-water carbonates, B1:1–30
environment, B4:9–11
bryozoan isotopes, B13:7–8
carbonates, A1:15, 38; A6:29; A7:22–23; A9:20; B1:10–12
clay minerals, A6:29
dolomitization, B12:4–5
magnetization, A1:35
sediments, A4:31
See also calcification; cementation; dissolution; dolomitization; recrystallization; silicification
diagenesis, postdepositional, sediments, A1:15–16
biostratigraphy, B2:1–24
lithostratigraphic units, A6:9
taxa, B2:18
disappearance, Globorotalia crassaformis, B5:5
biostratigraphy, A1:10, 29, 37; A5:14; A6:12–14; A11:10
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:14
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:18; A7:14–15
sedimentation, A1:17
carbonates, A1:35; B13:8
gypsum, A4:32
halite, A1:27, 32
concentration, A1:55
diagenesis, B1:10–12
pore water, A1:21
sediments, A1:15, 41; A4:31–32; A7:21, 23; A8:6–7, 25; A9:19; A12:21; B7:3–4; B10:1–14; B12:4–5
vs. depth, A4:68; A5:49; A7:51; A8:55; A9:45; A10:57; B7:7, 8, 9–12; B9:15; B10:7; B11:8; B12:9
dolomite crystals
lithostratigraphic units, B12:4–5
photomicrograph, B12:8
dolomite rhombs, lithostratigraphic units, A10:10; A11:6; B12:4–5
diagenesis, B12:4–5
lithofacies, B4:10
domain structures, sediments, A1:13
downhole measurements
correlation with physical properties, A8:27
sediments, A1:15–16
Site 1126, A4:35–39
Site 1127, A5:23–25
Site 1128, A6:33–36
Site 1129, A7:26–28
Site 1130, A8:28–30
Site 1131, A9:23–26
Site 1132, A10:29–31
Site 1134, A12:23–26
downwelling, accumulation rates, A5:9
drape deposits, uppermost Quaternary, A1:5


ebridians, biostratigraphy, B2:1–24
eccentricity, kaolinite/smectite index, B1:30
echinoid spines, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:5–6, 9; A5:6; A8:6; A9:4–7; A10:5–12; A12:4–6; B9:3–7
Ehrick Formation, planktonic foraminifers, B4:11
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:22–23; A10:20
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 40
carbonate stratigraphy, B4:24
clastic sediments, A6:9–10
correlation, Pacific Ocean S, B2:16
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
magnetostratigraphy vs. depth, A6:60
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:16; A6:15–16; A12:11
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B4:1–28
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:20; A6:18; A8:16–17; A10:18; A12:13
Eocene, lower
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:21–22
biostratigraphy, A1:22–23
Eocene, lower–middle
lithostratigraphic units, A6:8–9; A12:7
quartz, B14:3
Eocene, middle
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:21–22
biostratigraphy, A1:17
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:9–10
See also Paleocene–middle Eocene sequence
Eocene, middle upper–lower middle Miocene sequence, carbonate platforms, A2:16–19
Eocene, middle–upper
lithostratigraphic units, A10:10–11
sediments, B14:4
Eocene, middle/upper boundary, planktonic foramini-feral biostratigraphy, B4:5, 8
Eocene, upper
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:20–21
biostratigraphy, B2:6–7; B4:8
lithostratigraphic units, A6:7–8; A8:8–9; A12:6
Eocene–Oligocene succession, planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:18–19
Eocene/Oligocene boundary
biostratigraphy, B2:6; B4:5
clay mineralogy, B14:3
magnetic polarity, A6:24
planktonic foraminifers, B4:8–9
Tuit Transgression, B4:10
headspace gases, A1:54
sediments, A1:15, 18; A4:29, 95; A5:18; A7:19; A9:18; A10:23
See also methane/ethane ratio
Eucla Basin
biostratigraphic datums, B3:17; B4:10
Cenozoic, A1:3–5
seismic stratigraphy, B1:4–7
Eucla Group, lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
Eucla Platform, Cenozoic, A2:1–25
extension, Cenozoic, A1:3
Eyre Terrace
cross section, A1:46
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
principal results summary, A1:16–19
summary, A1:38–42


feldspar, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10; A8:8–9
lithostratigraphic units, A1:34, 37; A4:8, 11; A5:7; A8:6–7; A10:7–8, 11; A11:3–6
photograph, A10:41, 44–45
firmgrounds, burrowed, photograph, A10:44
first appearance datum level
Globorotalia hirsuta, B5:4–5
Globorotalia truncatulinoides, B5:5–6
floatstone, lithostratigraphic units, A1:31, 39; A8:5–6; A9:4–8; A12:4–5
floatstone, bryozoan
lithostratigraphic units, A1:25–26, 33; A7:5–8, 11–12; A9:4–7; A10:4–6
reef mounds, B13:1–29
biostratigraphy, A1:11–12
lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 37, 39; A4:5–9, 11; A5:4–8; A6:4–5; A7:6–10; A8:4-9; A9:4–8; A10:4–10; A11:3–5; A12:4–7; B9:4–7
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
photomicrograph, B12:8
foraminifers, benthic
Assemblage 1, A4:21; A6:19; A7:15–16; A8:17–18; A9:12–13; A11:9; A12:14
Assemblage 1A, A5:13; A10:19
Assemblage 1B, A5:14; A10:19
Assemblage 2, A5:14; A6:20; A7:16; A8:18; A10:20
Assemblage 2A, A4:21; A11:10; A12:15
Assemblage 2B, A4:21; A11:10; A12:15
Assemblage 2C, A4:22; A12:15–16
Assemblage 3, A4:22; A6:20–21; A8:18–19; A10:20; A12:16
Assemblage 4, A6:21; A10:20
Assemblage 4A, A4:22
Assemblage 4B, A4:23
Assemblage 5, A6:21–22
biostratigraphy, A4:20–23; A5:13–14; A6:19–22; A7:15–16; A8:17–19; A9:12–13, 31–32; A10:18–20; A11:9–10; A12:14–16
bryozoan assemblage, A7:15; A9:13; A10:18–19
vs. depth, B9:13
foraminifers, planktonic
abundance variations, B3:35, 38
biostratigraphy, A1:17, 20, 22–23, 26, 28–29, 31, 34, 37, 40; A4:16–20, 52–53; A5:11–13; A6:16–19, 54; A7:13–15, 39–40; A8:14–17, 41; A9:10–12, 31–32; A10:46–47; A11:8–9, 23; A12:11–13, 35; B1:13; B3:1–67; B4:1–28; B5:1–16
photograph, A6:47
preservation, A6:16
vs. depth, B9:13
zones, A5:35
Formation MicroScanner imagery
resistivity, A5:56–57
vs. depth, A7:64; A8:65; A9:54–55


Gambier Limestone, lithofacies, B4:10
Gambier Limestone, upper, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
gamma rays
attenuation densiometry, A5:82
physical properties units, A1:18–19
sediments, A1:21
vs. depth, A4:58–59, 71–72
gamma rays, natural
multisensor track, A4:33–34, 104; A5:22–23, 84; A6:30–32, 107; A7:24–25, 80; A8:92; A9:22, 76; A10:81; A11:45, 47; A12:74
sediments, A8:26–27; A10:27; A11:15; A12:21–22
vs. depth, A5:50; A6:61–63, 72–73; A7:56–57; A8:47–49, 56–57; A9:47; A10:58; A11:32; A12:47–48; B14:7–8; B15:9
gamma-ray logs, vs. depth, A4:75–78; A5:53–55; A6:79–81; A7:61–64; A8:61–64; A9:51–55; A10:63–65; A12:51–53
garnet, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
gas pockets, sediments, A1:20–21, 32; A5:18
gases, headspace
composition, A6:99; A7:70; A8:84; A9:67; A10:73; A11:40; A12:67
sediments, A5:73
gases, vacutainer composition, A7:69; A9:66
gastropods, lithostratigraphic units, A5:6; A7:5–6
Gauss Chron, magnetostratigraphy, A1:23, 37–38; A6:24; A11:11
carbonates, B12:1–11
sediments, A1:14–15; B14:1–17
geochemistry, inorganic
Site 1126, A4:30–33
Site 1127, A5:19–21
Site 1128, A6:27–30
Site 1129, A7:20–23
Site 1130, A8:23–25
Site 1131, A9:18–21
Site 1132, A10:23–25
Site 1133, A11:13–14
Site 1134, A12:20–21
geochemistry, organic
Site 1126, A4:29–30
Site 1127, A5:17–18
Site 1128, A6:27
Site 1129, A7:19–20
Site 1130, A8:23
Site 1131, A9:17–18
Site 1132, A10:22–23
Site 1133, A11:13
Site 1134, A12:19
geochronostratigraphy, Neogene, B3:30
Gippsland Basin, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17–18
glacial/interglacial cycles, carbonates, B13:8–9
glaciation, reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10
Antarctic Circumpolar Currrent, B4:10
See also sea-level changes
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22, 28, 31, 34, 39; A4:5–6, 9–11; A5:8–9; A6:5, 9; A8:7–9; A9:6–7; A10:6, 9–11; A11:6; A12:4–7
photograph, A6:47
Globigerinoides ruber, pink, Quaternary, B5:4
Globorotalia crassaformis, Quaternary disappearance, B5:5
Globorotalia crassaformis Interval, biostratigraphy, A7:14
Globorotalia hirsuta, Quaternary, B5:4–5
Globorotalia tosaensis, Quaternary, B5:5
Globorotalia truncatulinoides, Quaternary, B5:5–6
goethite, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8–9
grain counts, vs. depth, B9:13
grain size
carbonates, B15:1–13
sediments, B7:3–4, 7–11; B8:6, 19, 21–24; B9:4–7; B14:10–16
vs. depth, A5:34; B7:7, 9–10; B8:11–16; B9:12
See also coarse fraction
grain size, mean, vs. depth, B7:7, 9–10; B8:11–16
lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20, 28, 33; A5:5–7; A6:4–5; A8:7; A9:4–7; A10:7–10; A11:6
photomicrograph, B9:11
reef mounds, B13:1–29
grainstone, bioclastic
lithostratigraphic units, A1:25–26; A7:5, 7–8, 10–11; A8:7; A10:9–10; B12:3–5
photograph, A10:42
photomicrograph, B12:8
grainstone, bivalve, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8–9
grainstone, bryozoan
lithostratigraphic units, A8:8–9
photograph, A7:38
grainstone, dolomitized bioclastic, photomicrograph, B12:8
grainstone, foraminiferal, photomicrograph, B12:8
grainstone, planktonic foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A8:7
gravel, vs. depth, B7:7–12; B8:11–16
gravity-flow deposits
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A6:5–7
photograph, A6:48
upper Miocene, A6:10–11
Great Australian Bight
biostratigraphy, B3:1–67; B4:1–28; B5:1–16
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14; B11:1–14
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
sedimentation, B8:1–24
summary, A1:1–58; B1:1–30
trace elements, B16:1–24
Great Bahama Bank, comparison with A2:21
greigite, magnetotactic bacteria, A1:20
greigite, ferromagnetic, saturation remanence, A1:20
greigite, superparamagnetic, sediments, A1:31
gypsum, dissolution, A4:32


halite, dissolution, A1:27, 32
Hallet Cove Sandstone, transgressions, B3:18
lithostratigraphic units, A1:34; A10:10
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
photograph, A10:43, 45
hemipelagic environment, lithostratigraphic units, A11:6
Hiatus 1, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 2, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 3, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 4, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 5, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 6, planktonic foraminifers, B3:15
Hiatus 7, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 8, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 9, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 10, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 11, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 12, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 13, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16
Hiatus 14, planktonic foraminifers, B3:16–17
Hiatus 15, planktonic foraminifers, B3:17
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12; A6:11–12; A8:16, 18; A10:15; A11:8; A12:12–13, 16–17; B3:10, 12, 14–19; B4:8
correlation, A6:86
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26; A5:5–9; A7:10–11; A9:7
Marshall Paraconformity, B4:10
photograph, A7:38
seismic stratigraphy, A1:25
See also biostratigraphic hiatuses; Miocene, middle/upper hiatus; Pliocene, lower/upper hiatus
hiatuses, biostratigraphic, vs. seismic sequences, A8:70
highstands, Miocene–Pliocene, A1:4
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:21
carbon isotopes, B15:3
sedimentation, B8:1–24
Horizon 1C–1, seismic sequences, A6:37–38
Horizon 1C–2, seismic sequences, A6:38
Horizon 1C–3, seismic sequences, A6:38
Horizon 1C–3a, seismic sequences, A6:38–39
hornblende, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
Hornera, lithostratigraphic units, A6:5
hydrocarbons. See also butane; ethane; methane; methane/ethane ratio; propane
hydrocarbons, volatile, sediments, A4:29; A5:17–18; A6:27; A7:19–20; A8:23; A9:17–18; A10:23; A11:13; A12:19
hydrogen index
pyrolysis, A7:73
vs. maximum temperature, A7:47
hydrogen sulfide
sediments, A1:14–15, 20–21, 27, 32, 35; A5:17–18, 20; A7:20; A8:23; A9:18, 20; A10:23; B1:10–12
vs. depth, A5:41–42; A7:45; A9:40; B1:29
hypidiotopic texture
photomicrograph, B12:8
recrystallization, B12:4


ichnofossils, photograph, A10:41
idiotopic texture
photomicrograph, B12:8
recrystallization, B12:4
Idmidronea spp.
calcite, B13:6–10
scanning electron photomicrograph, B13:18
illite, mixed minerals, B14:3
spectral analysis, B14:9
vs. depth, B14:8
ilmenite, lithostratigraphic units, A12:7
impedance. See acoustic impedance logs
index properties, sediments, A4:33–35, 107; A5:22–23, 87; A6:30–32, 110; A7:24, 84; A8:26–27, 95; A9:22, 80; A10:26–27, 84; A11:15, 49; A12:21–22, 77
interglacials. See glacial/interglacial cycles
intraclasts, lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20; A6:9; A10:6
ions, charge anomaly, A9:21
carbonates, B16:6
pore water, A1:41; A7:21; A8:24; A9:19; A10:24; A11:14; A12:20–21
vs. depth, A7:50; A8:53; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:46
vs. depth in carbonates, B16:15–16
isotope stratigraphy, upper Pleistocene, B15:1–13


Jan Juc Transgression, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10–11
Janjukian, upper, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
Jaramillo Subchron
biostratigraphy, A9:13
Globorotalia truncatulinoides, B5:6
magnetic inclination, A10:51
magnetic polarity, A1:20
magnetostratigraphy, A5:17; A7:18; A8:20; A9:15–16; A10:22
sedimentation rates, A7:16; A10:20
sediments, A1:13, 26, 34
Jemmys Point Formation, transgressions, B3:18
Jerboa-1 well
biostratigraphic datums, B4:23
fault blocks, A1:5


sediments, B14:3
See also illite+kaolinite; mixed-layer minerals
kaolinite/smectite index, vs. age, B1:30


Lakes Entrance, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
laminations, lithostratigraphic units, A5:4
laminations, color, lithostratigraphic units, A4:8
last appearance datum level
Globigerinoides ruber, B5:4
Globorotalia tosaensis, B5:5
last glacial maximum, carbon isotopes, B15:3
Leeuwin Current
biostratigraphy, A1:20; A5:12; A8:12; B3:18–19
reef mounds, A2:4; B1:10
limestone, bioclastic, biostratigraphy, A1:11
limestone, pelagic, lithostratigraphic units, A4:9
limestone, sandy, biostratigraphy, A1:29
limestone, silicified, lithostratigraphic units, A11:6
limestone, silicified pelagic, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
limonite, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A8:8–9; A10:11
limonite, spheroidal, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
biostratigraphy, A1:31
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39
pore water, A5:19; A7:21; A8:24; A9:19; A10:24; A12:20
sediments, A4:30–31
vs. depth, A4:64; A5:45; A6:28; A7:49; A8:53; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:45
lithium/chloride ratio
sediments, A4:31
vs. depth, A8:54
lithoclasts, lithostratigraphic units, A6:9
lithostratigraphic units, A10:12; B9:4–7
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
photomicrograph, B9:11
lithostratigraphic units
correlation, A6:86
summary, A1:17, 19–20, 22, 25–26, 28, 31, 33–34, 37, 39; A4:5–12; A5:4–9; A6:44–46; A7:5–12, 32–34; A8:4–10, 37–38; A9:4–8; A10:4–12, 38–40; A11:3–7; A12:4–8
Unit I, A4:5–6; A5:4; A6:4–7; A7:5–8, 11–12; A8:4–7; A9:4–5; A10:4–6; A11:3–5; A12:4
Unit II, A4:6–8; A5:5–7; A6:7–8; A7:8–11; A8:7; A9:5–7; A10:6–7; A11:5; A12:4–5
Unit III, A4:8–9; A5:7–8; A6:8; A7:9–10; A8:7–8; A9:7; A10:7–8; A11:5–6; A12:5
Unit IV, A4:9; A6:8–9; A8:8–9; A10:9; A12:5–6; B12:3–4
Unit V, A4:10; A10:9–10; A12:6; B12:4
Unit VI, A10:10–11; A12:7
vs. seismic sequences, A4:84; A8:70
Cenozoic, A1:9–10, 47–48
Site 1126, A4:4–12
Site 1127, A5:3–9
Site 1128, A6:3–11
Site 1129, A7:4–12
Site 1130, A8:3–10
Site 1131, A9:3–8
Site 1132, A10:3–12
Site 1133, A11:3–7
Site 1134, A12:3–8
summary, A1:17, 19–20, 22, 25–26, 28, 31, 33–34, 37, 39; A4:48–49; A5:33; A9:30; A11:20; A12:33–34
"Little Barrier Reef,"
lower middle Miocene, A1:4
Seismic Sequence 6B, A2:6–8
Longford Transgression, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
carbonate platforms, A2:14, 16; B1:27
diagenesis, B1:10–12
lysocline, biostratigraphy, A1:23


carbonates, B16:5
marine diagenesis, B13:10
pore water, A1:18, 24, 32; A4:30–31; A5:19–21; A6:28–29; A7:21; A8:24; A9:19, 21; A10:24–25; A11:14; A12:20
vs. depth, A4:64–65; A5:45; A6:68; A7:49; A8:52; A9:43; A10:53; A11:30; A12:45
vs. depth in carbonates, B16:11–12
magnesium, excess
vs. charge imbalance, A9:46
vs. depth, A5:47; A8:54; A10:55
magnesium/calcium ratio, vs. depth, A5:47
magnetic declination
nonmagnetic shoe, A(appendix):6–7
reduction, A(appendix):10
vs. depth, A9:36; A(appendix):12–15
magnetic inclination
discrete samples, A9:14–15
long-core data, A4:24
sediments, A1:13–14, 17–18
vs. depth, A4:55; A5:37; A6:59–60; A7:42; A8:46; A9:34, 36; A10:51; A11:25; A12:39
magnetic intensity
decay, A9:35
long-core measurements, A7:17–18
sediments, A1:13
vs. demagnetization, A4:56; A5:38
vs. depth, A5:39; A8:43; A9:36; A10:49–50; A12:37
magnetic polarity
sediments, A1:26
vs. depth, A7:42
magnetic reversals, sediments, A6:24
magnetic surveys, advanced hydraulic piston coring, A(appendix):11
magnetic susceptibility
discrete samples, A4:24–26; A8:20
multisensor track, A4:103; A5:83; A6:23–24, 106; A7:79; A8:20, 91; A9:75; A10:22, 80; A11:46; A12:73
vs. depth, A4:70–71; A5:50; A6:58, 61–64, 72–73; A8:43, 56; A9:47; A10:50, 58; A12:47
magnetic susceptibility, corrected, vs. depth, A7:56–57
magnetic susceptibility logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55
magnetite, biogenic, remanent magnetization, A1:26–27
magnetostratigraphic datums, correlation, A6:97
Quaternary, A1:57
reversals, A4:26
sediments, A1:13–14
summary, A1:23, 31, 37–38, 40, 51–52; A5:17; A6:24; A7:18–19; A8:20–21; A9:15–16; A10:22; A11:11; A12:18
vs. depth, A6:59–60; A7:42; A8:46; A9:34
carbonates, B16:5–6
vs. depth in carbonates, B16:13–14
Mannum Formation, lower, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17; B4:11
marine environment, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10–11; A10:12; A12:7
marine isotope Stage 2, geochronology, B8:4
marine isotope Stage 5, Globorotalia hirsuta, B5:4–5
marine isotope Stage 16, Globorotalia hirsuta, B5:5
marine isotope Stages 3–11, stable isotopes, B15:4
marine isotope stages, depth, B15:13
Marshall Paraconformity, hiatuses, B4:10
mass accumulation rates
geochronology, B8:4–6, 18
Pliocene–Pleistocene, B1:7–9
See also sedimentation rates
Matuyama Chron
magnetostratigraphy, A1:23, 31, 37–38; A5:17; A6:24; A7:18; A9:15–16; A10:22; A11:11
sediments, A1:26
medium resistivity logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62; A9:53; A10:63; A12:51
Mesozoic, stratigraphy, A1:3–5
metabasalt, Precambrian, A1:5
headspace gases, A1:54
sediments, A1:15, 18, 20–21, 23, 27, 29, 32, 35, 38, 40; A4:29, 95; A5:17–18; A6:27, 99; A7:19; A8:23, 84; A9:17–18; A10:23; A11:13; A12:19; B1:11–12
vs. depth, A5:41–42; A7:45; A9:40; B1:29
methane/ethane ratio
sediments, A1:21, 32; A4:95; A5:18; A7:19; A9:18
vs. depth, A5:41–42; A7:45; A9:40
mica, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:6–9; A12:7
microbioclasts, lithostratigraphic units, A10:9
microborings, lithostratigraphic units, A10:11
microconglomerate, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
microsparite, lithostratigraphic units, A10:10
Milankovitch cycles
carbonates, B14:9
physical properties, A1:30
sediments, A1:16; B1:13
mineralization, photograph, A10:43, 45
mineralogy, sediments, B14:1–17
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:21–22; A5:14; A7:16
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 29, 40; B2:6–8
clay mineralogy, B14:3
lithostratigraphic units, A5:7–8; A6:4–6
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:13–15; A5:10–11; A6:13–14; A8:13; A9:9–10; A10:14–15; A11:8; A12:9–10
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B3:38
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A5:12-13; A6:17-18; A7:14–15; A9:12; A10:17; B3:10
seismic stratigraphy, A1:25
See also Oligocene/Miocene boundary; Paleogene/Miocene boundary
Miocene, lower
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:20
lithostratigraphic units, A4:9; A10:9–10; A12:5–6
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:19; A12:12–13; B3:8, 12
planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:4–5
Miocene, lower–middle
biostratigraphy, A1:26, 31, 37
carbonates, B12:1–11
lithostratigraphic units, A7:9–10; A9:7–8; A11:5–6
photograph, A7:38
Miocene, lower/middle boundary, biostratigraphy, A1:17; A12:13
Miocene, middle
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:20; A11:10
biostratigraphy, A1:11, 34
lithostratigraphic units, A4:8–9; A5:8; A10:9
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:19; A11:9; A12:12; B3:8, 11–12
planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5–6
transgressions, B3:18
Miocene, middle–upper
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A10:20
lithostratigraphic units, A12:5
Miocene, middle/upper boundary, biostratigraphy, B3:13
Miocene, middle/upper hiatus, biostratigraphy, A1:10–12
Miocene, upper
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:19; A8:18; A11:10
biostratigraphy, A1:11, 22–23
coarse-sediment gravity-flow deposits, A6:10–11
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8; A8:7; A10:8; A11:5
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B3:35
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:18; A8:15–16; A11:8–9; A12:12; B3:9–10, 12
planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6–7
transgressions, B3:18
Miocene, upper middle, lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
Miocene, upper–lower Pliocene sequence, carbonate platforms, A2:19–20
Miocene/Pliocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 17; A8:16; B3:10–11
nannofossils, A5:12
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:18; A6:17; B3:10
quartz, B14:3
Mitchellian, biostratigraphic datums, B3:18
mixed-layer minerals
sediments, B14:3
See also illite+kaolinite
mollusk debris, lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8
Mono Lake excursion, magnetostratigraphy, A5:17
lithostratigraphic units, A6:7
photograph, A10:41
mound complexes
age, B8:4–6
bryozoans, A1:33; A7:11–12; A9:8; A10:4–6
seismic stratigraphy, A2:4
See also biogenic mounds; reef mounds
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26; A4:9–10; A11:5–6
photomicrograph, B9:11
reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10
mudstone, pebbly, lithostratigraphic units, A6:5–6
mudstone, spiculitic, lithostratigraphic units, A6:4–5
Murray Basin, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17; B4:11
muscovite, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10


nannofossils, calcareous
biostratigraphy, A1:11–12, 17, 20, 22–23, 26, 28–29, 31, 34, 37, 40; A4:13–16, 52–53; A5:10–11; A6:12–16, 54; A7:12–13, 39–40; A8:11–14, 41; A9:9–10, 31–32; A10:13–15, 46–47; A11:7–8, 23; A12:8–11, 35; B6:1–11
distribution, B6:7–10
lithostratigraphic units, A1:37; A4:5–9; A5:4–8; A6:6–7; A11:3–5; A12:5; B9:3–7
zones, A5:35
Narrawaturk Marl, planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12; B3:1–67
clays and carbonates, A6:10
clinoforms, A1:19–22, 25–28, 30–33
correlation, B3:39
geochronostratigraphy, B3:30
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B3:1–67
sequence stratigraphy, correlation, B3:41
stratigraphy, A1:28
See also Paleogene/Neogene boundary
neptunian dikes
lithostratigraphic units, A10:10
photograph, A10:43
neritic environment
biostratigraphy, A8:17–18
deposition, B4:10
Nevianipora sp.
calcite, B13:6–10
lithostratigraphic units, A6:5
scanning electron photomicrograph, B13:18–19
nitrogen, sediments, A4:30, 96–97; A5:18, 74–76; A6:27, 100; A7:20, 71–72; A8:23; A9:18, 68–69; A10:23, 74–75; A11:13, 41; A12:19
nodular hardening, photograph, A10:42
nodules, lithostratigraphic units, A10:9; B12:3–5
nonmagnetic assemblies, experiments, A(appendix):3
Nullarbor Limestone, equivalents, A2:8–10
Nullarbor Plain, lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10


ocean circulation, biostratigraphy, A1:11–12
oceanography, seismic stratigraphy, A2:3–4
offshore sequences, Cenozoic, A1:4–5
Oi-1 glacial event
paleoceanography, A1:13
stable isotopes, B14:17
vs. age, B1:30
Olduvai Subchron
Globorotalia truncatulinoides, B5:5–6
magnetostratigraphy, A7:18
sediments, A1:13, 24, 26
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:22; A10:20
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 29, 40; B2:1–24
carbonate stratigraphy, B4:24
carbonates, B12:1–11
clay mineralogy, B14:3
correlation, Pacific Ocean S, B2:16
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
magnetostratigraphy, A1:23
magnetostratigraphy vs. depth, A6:60
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:15–16; A6:14–15; A8:13–14; A10:15; A12:10–11
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B3:38; B4:1–28
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:19–20; A8:16; A10:17–18; A12:13
seismic stratigraphy, A1:25
Oligocene, lower
age model, B14:4
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:20–21
biostratigraphy, A1:22–23, 34; B4:7
clastic sediments, A6:9–10
clays and carbonates, A6:10
lithostratigraphic units, A6:6–8; A10:9–10
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B4:6
stable isotopes, B14:4, 8
Oligocene, upper
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:18–19
lithostratigraphic units, A8:7–8
Oligocene/Miocene boundary
biostratigraphy, B2:6
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:15
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:19
omission surfaces, lithostratigraphic units, A9:6
calcareous nannofossil foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A12:5
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26
ooze, calcareous
grain size, B15:3–4
lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 37; A4:5–9; A5:4; A11:3–5
ooze, calcareous nannofossil, lithostratigraphic units, A12:4–5
ooze, carbonate, lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
ooze, foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20, 33, 37; A5:4–7; A10:7–8
ooze, grain-supported, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
ooze, matrix-supported, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
ooze, nannofossil
lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20, 22, 31, 37, 39; A4:6, 9; A5:4–7; A6:4–6; A8:5–8; A9:2–7; A11:5
photograph, A6:47–48, 51, 53
ooze, nannofossil foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A1:28, 39; A8:7
ooze, nannofossil-rich, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
ooze, silicified nannofossil, lithostratigraphic units, A9:7
ooze, silicified nannofossil foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8
ooze, spiculitic nannofossil, lithostratigraphic units, A4:9
ooze, white nannofossil
photograph, B9:14
photomicrograph, B9:11
opal-A, sediments, A4:31
operations, summary, A1:58
organic matter
degradation, A1:32; A5:20–21; A7:20
oxidation, A1:41
sediments, A1:14
lithostratigraphic units, A4:5–6, 9; A9:4; A10:5–6
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
Otway Basin, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17–18; B4:10
organic matter, A1:41
sediments, A1:14
oxygen index, pyrolysis, A7:73
oxygen isotopes
carbonates, B15:1–13
comparison to SPECMAP, B15:4
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
cool-water carbonates, B1:12; B11:1–14
lower Oligocene, B14:4
Nevianipora and Adeonellopsis, B13:20
sediments, B12:5
vs. age, B1:24, 30; B13:22; B15:10
vs. calcite content in Adeonellopsis, B13:21
vs. carbon isotopes in calcite, B12:10
vs. carbon isotopes in dolomite, B12:10
vs. depth, B11:6; B12:9; B13:15–17; B14:8; B15:7, 9–10
vs. reflectance, A8:50


grain size, B15:3–4
lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20; A4:5–8; A5:4–9; A6:4–5; A8:4–7; A9:4–8; A12:4–6
photomicrograph, B9:11
reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10
packstone, bioclastic
geochronology, B8:4–6
lithostratigraphic units, A1:25–26, 28, 31, 33, 37; A4:9; A5:5–8; A7:5–8, 11–12; A8:4–9; A9:4–7; A10:6–7; A11:6; B12:3–5
photograph, A7:37; A10:41, 44–45
photomicrograph, B12:8
reef mounds, B13:1–29
packstone, bryozoan, lithostratigraphic units, A1:33; A10:4–6
packstone, coarse-grained skeletal foraminiferal
photograph, B9:14
photomicrograph, B9:11
packstone, dolomitized, photograph, A7:38
packstone, fine-grained skeletal foraminiferal
lithostratigraphic units, B9:4–5
photograph, B9:14
photomicrograph, B9:11
packstone, foraminiferal
lithostratigraphic units, A6:10–11; A10:9–10
photograph, A7:36
packstone, medium-grained skeletal foraminiferal
lithostratigraphic units, B9:5
photograph, B9:14
photomicrograph, B9:11
packstone, spiculitic skeletal, lithostratigraphic units, B9:2–7
Palaeophycus heberti
lithostratigraphic units, A6:9; A7:8–9
photograph, A7:36
paleobathymetry, biostratigraphy, A1:11–12
biostratigraphy, A1:11–12, 20
lower Cenozoic, A1:12–13
planktonic foraminifers, B3:14
proxies, B13:9–10
Southern Ocean, A2:20–21
stable isotopes, B15:4
summary, A1:28, 37–38
Paleocene–middle Eocene sequence, carbonate platforms, A2:14, 16
biostratigraphy, A1:20
lower Cenozoic, A1:12–13
planktonic foraminifers, B3:14
paleodepth, biostratigraphy, A1:23, 26, 34, 37, 40; A8:17–18; A10:18–20; A12:15–16
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
deposition, B4:9–11
biostratigraphy, A1:22–23
geochronostratigraphy, B4:1–28
Paleogene/Miocene boundary, sedimentation rates, A10:21
Paleogene/Neogene boundary, biostratigraphy, A6:12–14; A8:19
experiments, A(appendix):1–15
sediments, A1:12–14
Site 1126, A4:24–26
Site 1127, A5:14–17
Site 1128, A6:22–24
Site 1129, A7:16–19
Site 1130, A8:19–21
Site 1131, A9:14–16
Site 1132, A10:21–22
Site 1133, A11:10–11
Site 1134, A12:17–18
summary, A1:17–18, 20, 51–52
paleoproductivity, planktonic foraminifers, B3:14
pebbles, lithostratigraphic units, A7:9–10
pelagic environment, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:11–12; A8:9–10; A12:7
pelagic sediments, Eocene–lower Oligocene, A6:9–10
pellets, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39
petrography, carbonates, B12:1–11
pore water, A1:27; A4:31; A5:20; A6:29; A7:21; A8:25; A9:19; A10:24; A12:20
vs. depth, A5:46; A6:70; A7:50; A8:53; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:46
pore water, A5:19
vs. depth, A5:46
photoelectric effect logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62; A9:53; A12:51
physical properties
correlation with downhole measurements, A8:27
sediments, A1:15–16
Site 1126, A4:33–35
Site 1127, A5:21–23
Site 1128, A6:30–33
Site 1129, A7:23–26
Site 1130, A8:25–27
Site 1131, A9:21–23
Site 1132, A10:25–28
Site 1133, A11:14–16
Site 1134, A12:21–23
summary, A1:18–19, 24, 27, 30, 32, 35, 38, 41
Physical properties Unit 1, sediments, A1:18, 21, 27, 35, 38, 41; A9:22; A10:26; A12:22
Physical properties Unit 2, sediments, A1:18, 21, 27, 30, 32, 35, 38, 41; A9:22; A10:27; A12:22
Physical properties Unit 2A, sediments, A10:27
Physical properties Unit 2B, sediments, A10:27
Physical properties Unit 3, sediments, A1:18, 21, 27, 30, 35, 41; A10:27; A12:22
Physical properties Unit 4, sediments, A1:19; A10:27; A12:22
Physical properties Unit 5, sediments, A1:19
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:8; A5:7; A6:4–5, 8–9; A7:8–9
photograph, A10:42
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:21; A5:13–14; A6:19; A7:15–16; A8:17–18; A10:18–19; A11:9
lithostratigraphic units, A4:5–6; A5:4–7; A6:4–5; A7:5–9, 11–12; A8:4–7; A9:4–8; A10:4–8; A11:3–5; A12:4–5
magnetostratigraphy vs. depth, A6:59
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:13; A5:10; A6:12–13; A7:12–13; A8:11–12; A9:9–10; A10:14; A11:7; A12:9; B6:1–11
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A5:11–12; A7:14; A8:14; A10:16; A11:8; A12:11–12
reef mounds, B13:1–29
sedimentation rates, A7:18; B1:7–9
sedimentology, B9:1–15
See also Pliocene–Pleistocene sequence; Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
Pleistocene, lower
magnetostratigraphy, A7:18
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B3:35, 38
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A9:11–12
Pleistocene, upper
isotope stratigraphy, B15:1–13
magnetostratigraphy, A7:18
sedimentation, B8:1–24
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:21; A5:14; A11:10
biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 31, 40
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8; A5:7; A6:4–5; A7:8–9, 11; A9:8; A12:4–5
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
magnetostratigraphy vs. depth, A6:59
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:13; A6:13; A8:12; A11:8
planktonic foraminiferal abundance variations, B3:35, 38
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A7:14
planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7–8
sea-level changes, A1:31
transgressions, B3:18
See also Miocene/Pliocene boundary
Pliocene, lower
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:18
biostratigraphy, A1:29
lithostratigraphic units, A8:7; A11:5
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:17; A8:15–16; A9:11–12; A11:8–9; A12:12; B3:10–13
See also Miocene, upper–lower Pliocene sequence
Pliocene, lower/upper boundary, biostratigraphy, A1:22–23
Pliocene, lower/upper hiatus, biostratigraphy, A1:10–12
Pliocene, upper
benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A10:19
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6; A8:4–7; A9:5–7; A10:8
magnetostratigraphy, A1:37–38
photograph, A7:38
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A5:11–12; A6:17; A8:14; A12:11–12; B3:9, 11
sedimentation rates, B1:7–9
Pliocene, upper?, planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A10:16–17
Pliocene, uppermost, biostratigraphy, A1:17, 20, 26, 34
Pliocene–Pleistocene sequence, carbonate platforms, A2:20
Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A8:15; A10:15–16
lithostratigraphy, A8:10
physical properties, A1:18
poikilotopic texture, photomicrograph, B12:8
porcellanite, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 37, 39; A4:9; A11:6; A12:6–7
pore water, geochemistry, A4:98; A5:19, 77; A6:27–30, 101; A7:20–23, 74; A8:23–25, 86; A9:18–21, 70; A10:23, 76; A11:13–14, 42; A12:20–21, 69
porosity, vs. depth, A4:70–71; A5:50; A6:72; A7:56–57; A8:56; A9:47; A10:58; A11:32; A12:47
porosity logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62; A10:63; A12:51
Port Willunga Formation, upper, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
pore water, A1:24; A4:30–31; A5:19; A6:28–29; A7:20, 22; A8:24; A9:19; A10:23; A11:14; A12:20
vs. depth, A4:64; A5:45; A6:68; A7:48; A8:52; A9:42; A10:53; A11:30; A12:44
potassium, excess, vs. depth, A10:55
potassium/chloride ratio, sediments, A4:31
potassium logs, vs. depth, A4:77–78; A5:53–54; A6:80–81; A7:62–63; A8:61, 64; A9:51–52; A10:64–65; A12:52–53
Pr1 sequence, depocenters, B4:11
Pr4/Ru1 sequence, depocenters, B4:11
Precambrian, metabasalt basement, A1:5
precession, kaolinite/smectite index, B1:30
preservation, planktonic foraminifers, A6:16; A9:11
middle Miocene, A1:4
Pliocene–Pleistocene, A7:11
sedimentation, A5:9
sediments, A1:33–37
summary, A1:28
progradational wedges
lithostratigraphic units, A5:8; A9:8
summary, A1:30
headspace gases, A1:54; A5:18
sediments, A1:15
pteropods, lithostratigraphic units, A4:5–6; A5:4
Puebla Clay, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
pyrite, lithostratigraphic units, A1:28; A9:6
pyrite, paramagnetic, saturation remanence, A1:20
pyroxene, lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8


lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:6–10; A6:5, 9; A8:5–9; A10:9; A12:6–7; B9:4–7
sediments, A4:32; A6:30; A8:25; A9:19; A12:21; B14:3
vs. depth, A4:68; A7:51; A8:55; A9:45; A10:57; B14:7
X-ray diffraction data, A6:102–103
See also calcite, low-magnesium/quartz ratio
Quaternary, biostratigraphy, A1:10–12, 17, 20, 22,–23, 26, 31, 37, 40; B5:1–16; B6:1–11
cool-water carbonates, B11:1–14
cyclic processes, A1:16
geochronostratigraphy, B3:30
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A9:8
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
magnetostratigraphy, A1:37–38, 57
planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:17; A6:16–17; A7:14; A9:11; B3:31–34, 36–37; B5:1–16
sea-level changes, A1:31
sediments, B7:1–21
Quaternary, lower, biostratigraphy, A1:34
Quaternary, upper, sedimentation, B8:1–24


biostratigraphy, B2:1–24
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A12:4
taxa, B2:17
reappearance, Globorotalia hirsuta, B5:4–5
carbonates, A1:23–24; A5:21; A6:29; A7:22–23; A9:20; A10:15–16; B1:10
sediments, A1:15
reduction, carbonates, A1:15
reef mounds
seismic stratigraphy, A2:4; B1:9–10, 13–15
stable isotopes, B13:1–29
See also biogenic mounds; carbonate platforms; mound complexes
composite section, A4:26–29
spliced record, A4:60–61
vs. age, A4:61; A8:50
vs. depth, A4:58–60; A6:61–64; A8:47–49; A9:39; A11:27–28; A12:40–42; B14:8
vs. oxygen isotopes, A8:50
remanent magnetization
discrete samples, A4:24–26; A5:15–16; A6:23; A8:20; A12:17
long-core measurements, A7:17–18; A8:20; A9:14–15; A10:21–22; A11:11; A12:17
remanent magnetization, anhysteretic
demagnetization, A11:11
sediments, A1:13; A5:16–17; A6:23; A9:15
vs. B-field, A4:57; A8:45
remanent magnetization, anhysteretic/isothermal ratio
discrete samples, A4:24–26
magnetic phases, A1:20
rock magnetism, A7:18
sediments, A1:26–27, 29; A8:20
vs. B-field, A5:40; A6:57; A7:44; A11:26
remanent magnetization, isothermal
acquisition vs. B-field, A4:57
demagnetization, A11:11
rock magnetism, A7:18
sediments, A1:13; A5:16–17; A6:23; A9:15
vs. B-field, A4:57; A8:45; A9:37
See also remanent magnetization, anhysteretic/isothermal ratio; remanent magnetization, natural/isothermal ratio
remanent magnetization, natural
discrete samples, A9:14–15
experiments, A(appendix):1–15
paramagnetic pyrite, A1:20
reversals, A1:17–18; A4:24–26
rock magnetism, A7:18
vs. B-field, A4:57; A6:57; A8:45
vs. depth, A5:39; A7:42; A9:34; A11:25
remanent magnetization, natural/isothermal ratio, discrete samples, A4:24–26
Formation Microscanner imagery, A5:56–57
See also deep resistivity logs; medium resistivity logs; shallow resistivity logs
resistivity logs. See deep resistivity logs; medium resistivity logs; shallow resistivity logs
rifting, Cenozoic, A1:3
rock magnetism, sediments, A1:13, 26, 31; A5:16–17; A7:18; A9:15; A11:11
Ru4/Ch1 sequence, depocenters, B4:11
lithostratigraphic units, A1:25, 31, 39; A7:5–12; A9:4–8; A12:4–5
photograph, A7:38
reef mounds, B13:1–29
rudstone, bryozoan, lithostratigraphic units, A1:33; A9:4–7; A10:4–6


St. Vincent Basin, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17; B4:10
pore water, A1:18, 21, 23, 27, 29, 32, 35, 38, 40; A4:30, 32; A5:19; A6:28–29; A7:20, 22; A8:23, 25; A9:19–21; A10:23, 25; A11:13; A12:20
sediments, A1:14–15; B1:10–12
vs. absolute depth, A10:56
vs. chloride, A6:67
vs. depth, A4:63; A5:44; A6:66; A7:48; A8:52; A9:42; A10:53; A11:30; A12:44
textures, B8:6
vs. depth, B7:7,8, 9–12; B8:11–16
sand, glauconitic, photograph, A6:52
sandstone, calcareous, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8–9
sandstone, glauconitic, lithostratigraphic units, A6:8
sandstone, limonitic, lithostratigraphic units, A12:7
sandstone, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10–11
sandstone, silty, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17
sandstone fragments, lithostratigraphic units, A6:5
scaphopods, lithostratigraphic units, A4:5–6
sclerites, lithostratigraphy, A1:10
scour surfaces, photograph, A11:21
sea-floor spreading, Cenozoic, A1:3
sea-level changes
biostratigraphy, A1:11–12
diagenesis, B1:10–12
grain size, B15:3–4
lithostratigraphic units, A10:12
Quaternary, A1:31
reef mounds, A2:4; B1:9–10
summary, A1:28
See also glacioeustacy
sedimentary aprons, Eocene–Miocene, A1:4
sedimentary wedges
grain size, B15:3–4
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
middle Miocene, A1:4
sedimentation rates, B1:7–9
sedimentation, Quaternary, B8:1–24
sedimentation rates
biostratigraphic datums, A4:88; A5:14, 71; A6:22, 90; A7:16, 41, 68; A8:19, 42, 74; A9:13–14, 33, 59; A10:20–21, 48, 72; A11:10, 24, 37; A12:16–17, 36, 61; B6:3, 6, 11
biostratigraphy, A1:23, 29, 34; A4:23, 54; A10:48
geochronology, B8:4–6, 18
hiatuses, A8:18
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39
magnetostratigraphy, A8:20–21
Pleistocene, A7:18
Quaternary, B5:6
sedimentary wedges, B1:7–9
sediments, A1:13
See also mass accumulation rates
sedimentology, middle slope, B9:1–15
Cenozoic, A1:1–58
geochemistry, B14:1–17
grain size, B14:10–16
mineralogy, B14:1–17
Quaternary, B7:1–21
X-ray diffraction data, A5:78–80; A6:30, 102–103; A7:21, 75–76; A8:25, 87–88; A9:19–20, 71–72; A10:25, 77; A11:14, 43; A12:21, 70; B7:1–16
sediments, clastic, lithostratigraphic units, A6:9–10
seismic horizons, corrected depths, A4:110
seismic profiles
geometry, A4:82; A5:59, 61–62
reflection images, B1:22–23, 25
Site 1126, A4:47, 81
Site 1127, A1:56; A5:32, 60
Site 1128, A6:43, 83–84
Site 1129, A1:56; A7:31
Site 1130, A1:56; A8:36, 66–68; A9:29; A10:37, 67; A11:19; A12:32, 55
Seismic Sequence 1
deep-water drape, A2:14
uppermost Quaternary, A1:5; B1:6
Seismic Sequence 2
Pliocene–Quaternary, A1:5
progradational outer shelf/shelf edge/upper slope sequence, A2:12–14; B1:6
Quaternary, A1:30
sediments, A1:16–19, 28, 33, 36, 38, 42; A4:40; A5:27–28; A6:37–38; A8:31; A10:32; A12:27
Seismic Sequence 3
aggradational shelf, A2:11–12; B1:6
middle Miocene carbonates, A5:8
sediments, A1:16–19, 33, 36, 38, 42; A4:40–41; A5:28; A6:38; A8:31; A10:32; A12:28
upper Miocene–lower Pliocene, A1:30
uppermost Miocene–lower Pliocene, A1:4
Seismic Sequence 4
aggradational deep-water carbonate sequence, A2:10; B1:5
middle Miocene carbonates, A5:8
sediments, A1:16–19, 33, 38, 42; A4:41; A5:28; A10:32–33; A12:28
upper Miocene, A1:4
Seismic Sequence 5
lowstand debris apron, A2:10
upper middle Miocene, A1:4; B1:5
Seismic Sequence 6, sediments, A6:38–39; A10:33
Seismic Sequence 6A
deep-water carbonate lobes, A2:6; B1:5
middle upper Eocene–lower middle Miocene, A1:4
sediments, A1:16–19, 28, 33, 38, 42; A4:41; A8:32; A10:33; A12:28–29
Seismic Sequence 6B
Little Barrier Reef, A2:6–8
middle upper Eocene–Oligocene, A1:4
progradational carbonate shelf, A2:6–8; B1:5
sediments, A10:33
Seismic Sequence 7
Paleocene–middle Eocene, A1:4
progradational siliciclastic wedges, A2:6; B1:5
sediments, A1:30, 32, 36–37, 42; A4:41–42; A6:39; A8:32; A10:33; A12:29
seismic sequences
correlation, A6:37–39, 86; A8:30–32, 70; A10:31–33, 69; A12:27–29, 58
Cretaceous, A4:42
depths, A6:113; A8:98; A10:87; A12:57, 80
schematic diagram, B1:20
summary, A1:19; A4:40–42; A5:27–28
vs. age, A4:84
vs. biostratigraphic hiatuses, A4:84; A8:70
vs. depth, A4:83; A5:63–65; A8:69
vs. lithostratigraphic units, A4:84; A5:66, 67–68; A8:70
seismic stratigraphy
Cenozoic, A2:1–25; B1:4–7, 21
depths, A5:90
Site 1126, A4:39–42
Site 1127, A5:26–28
Site 1128, A6:36–39
Site 1129, A5:26–28; A7:28
Site 1130, A8:30–32
Site 1131, A5:26–28; A9:26
Site 1132, A10:31–33
Site 1134, A12:26–29
summary, A1:25, 28, 33, 36–38, 41–42
seismic surveys, maps, A4:80; A10:66; A12:54, 56
sequence stratigraphy
Cenozoic, A1:4-5
Neogene carbonate correlation, B3:41
serpulids, lithostratigraphic units, A5:7; A6:5; A10:5–6, 11
shallow resistivity logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62; A9:53; A10:63; A12:51
shear strength
sediments, A8:27; A9:23; A10:27–28; A11:15–16; A12:23
vs. depth, A4:73; A6:75; A8:58; A9:48; A10:59; A11:33; A12:49
shear strength, maximum, vs. depth, A7:58
shear strength, mean peak, vs. depth, A5:52
shear strength, undrained sediments, A4:35, 108; A5:88; A6:32, 111; A7:25, 85; A8:96; A9:81; A10:85; A11:50; A12:78
shear strength, undrained/overburden stress ratio, vs. depth, A6:75
shelf environment
biostratigraphy, A1:29; A9:13
lithostratigraphic units, A8:9–10
shelf escarpments, middle Miocene, A1:4
shelf-edge environment, sediments, A1:28–30; A7:11
shell fragments, lithostratigraphic units, A10:11
pore water, A1:24; A5:19; A6:28; A7:21; A8:24; A9:19; A10:24; A11:14; A12:20
sediments, A4:30–31
vs. depth, A5:45; A6:69; A7:49; A8:53; A9:43; A10:54; A11:31; A12:45
silica/chloride ratio
sediments, A4:31
vs. depth, A8:54
siliciclastic wedges
sediments, A1:33–37
summary, A1:28–30
siliciclastic wedges, progradational, stratigraphy, A2:6
lithostratigraphic units, A4:6–8, 10–12; A12:7
Paleocene–Eocene, A1:4
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
silicoflagellates, lithostratigraphic units, A12:5
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22
vs. depth, B7:7–12; B8:11–16; B9:12
silt, quartz, lithostratigraphic units, A10:11
siltstone, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
siltstone, clayey, lithostratigraphic units, A1:17; A6:8–9
siltstone, sandy, lithostratigraphic units, A6:8
Site 1126, A4:1–110
background and objectives, A4:1–2
biostratigraphy, A4:12–23; B3:8–9; B4:5–6
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14
composite depths, A4:26–29
coring summary, A4:85–87
downhole measurements, A4:35–39
geochemistry, B16:17
inorganic geochemistry, A4:30–33
lithostratigraphy, A4:4–12
operations, A4:2–4
organic geochemistry, A4:29–30
paleomagnetism, A4:24–26
physical properties, A4:33–35
planktonic foraminifers, B3:55–58; B4:5–6, 19
principal results summary, A1:16–19
seismic stratigraphy, A4:39–42
site description, A4:1–110
Site 1127, A5:1–90
background and objectives, A5:1–2
biostratigraphy, A5:9–14; B6:1–11
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14; B11:9–10
coring summary, A5:69–70
downhole measurements, A5:23–25
geochemistry, B16:18–19
geochronology, B8:5–6
inorganic geochemistry, A5:19–21
isotope stratigraphy, B15:1–13
lithostratigraphy, A5:3–9
operations, A5:2–3
organic geochemistry, A5:17–18
paleomagnetism, A5:14–17
physical properties, A5:21–23
principal results summary, A1:19–22
salinity, A1:14
sediments, B8:24
seismic stratigraphy, A5:26–28
site description, A5:1–90
stable isotopes, B11:9–10; B15:11–12
Site 1128, A6:1–113
background and objectives, A6:1–2
biostratigraphy, A6:11–22; B2:1–24; B3:9–10
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14
composite depths, A6:25–26
coring summary, A6:87–89
downhole measurements, A6:33–36
geochemistry, B16:20
geochemistry and mineralogy, B14:1–17
inorganic geochemistry, A6:27–30
lithostratigraphy, A6:3–11
nonmagnetic APC assembly, A(appendix):4–6
operations, A6:2–3
organic geochemistry, A6:27
paleomagnetism, A6:22–24
physical properties, A6:30–33
planktonic foraminifers, B3:59–60
principal results summary, A1:22–25
seismic stratigraphy, A6:36–39
site description, A6:1–113
Site 1129, A7:1–86
background and objectives, A7:1–2
biostratigraphy, A7:12–16
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14; B11:11–12
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
coring summary, A7:65–67
downhole measurements, A7:26–28
geochemistry, B16:21
inorganic geochemistry, A7:20–23
lithostratigraphy, A7:4–12
operations, A7:2–4
organic geochemistry, A7:19–20
paleomagnetism, A7:16–19
physical properties, A7:23–26
principal results summary, A1:25–28
salinity, A1:14
sediments, B8:22
seismic stratigraphy, A7:28
site description, A7:1–86
stable isotopes, B11:11–12; B13:1–29
Site 1130, A8:1–98
background and objectives, A8:1–2
biostratigraphy, A8:10–19; B3:10–11; B4:6
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14
composite depths, A8:21–22
cool-water carbonate platforms, B9:1–15
coring summary, A8:71–73
downhole measurements, A8:28–30
geochemistry, B16:22
geochronology, B8:4–5
inorganic geochemistry, A8:23–25
lithostratigraphy, A8:3–10
operations, A8:2–3
organic geochemistry, A8:23
paleomagnetism, A8:19–21
physical properties, A8:25–27
planktonic foraminifers, B3:61–62; B4:6, 20
principal results summary, A1:28–30
sediments, B8:20
seismic stratigraphy, A8:30–32
site description, A8:1–98
Site 1131, A9:1–82
background and objectives, A9:1–2
biostratigraphy, A9:9–14
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14; B11:13–14
composite depths, A9:16–17
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
coring summary, A9:57–58
downhole measurements, A9:23–26
geochemistry, B16:23
geochronology, B8:5
inorganic geochemistry, A9:18–21
lithostratigraphy, A9:3–8
nonmagnetic shoe, A(appendix):6–7
operations, A9:2–3
organic geochemistry, A9:17–18
paleomagnetism, A9:14–16
physical properties, A9:21–23
principal results summary, A1:30–33
salinity, A1:14
sediments, B8:23
seismic stratigraphy, A5:26–28; A9:26
site description, A9:1–82
stable isotopes, B11:13–14; B13:1–29
Site 1132, A10:1–87
background and objectives, A10:1–2
biostratigraphy, A10:13–21; B3:11–12, 36; B4:7
carbonate mineralogy, B10:1–14; B12:1–11
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
coring summary, A10:70–71
downhole measurements, A10:29–31
geochemistry, B16:24
geochronology, B8:4
inorganic geochemistry, A10:23–25
lithostratigraphy, A10:3–12
operations, A10:2–3
organic geochemistry, A10:22–23
paleomagnetism, A10:21–22
physical properties, A10:25–28
planktonic foraminifers, B3:63–65; B4:7, 21
principal results summary, A1:33–37
sediments, B8:19
seismic stratigraphy, A10:31–33
site description, A10:1–87
stable isotopes, B12:1–11; B13:1–29
Site 1133, A11:1–51
background and objectives, A11:1–2
biostratigraphy, A11:7–10
composite depths, A11:12–13
coring summary, A11:35–36
inorganic geochemistry, A11:13–14
lithostratigraphy, A11:3–7
operations, A11:2–3
organic geochemistry, A11:13
paleomagnetism, A11:10–11
physical properties, A11:14–16
principal results summary, A1:37–38
site description, A11:1–51
Site 1134, A12:1–80
background and objectives, A12:1–2
biostratigraphy, A12:8–17; B3:12–13; B4:7–8
composite depths, A12:18–19
coring summary, A12:59–60
downhole measurements, A12:23–26
geochronology, B8:5
inorganic geochemistry, A12:20–21
lithostratigraphy, A12:3–8
operations, A12:2–3
organic geochemistry, A12:19
paleomagnetism, A12:17–18
physical properties, A12:21–23
planktonic foraminifers, B3:66–67; B4:7–8, 22
principal results summary, A1:38–42
sediments, B8:21
seismic stratigraphy, A12:26–29
site description, A12:1–80
skeletal fragments, vs. depth, B9:13
skeletal grains, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A12:7
slope environment
bryozoans, A6:10
lithostratigraphic units, A10:12
slope environment, middle, sedimentology, B9:1–15
slope environment, middle upper, summary, A1:37–38
slope environment, upper
mass accumulation rates, B1:7–9
sediments, A1:16–19; A9:8; B7:1–21
summary, B8:1–24
slump deposits
lithostratigraphic units, A1:17, 19–20; A4:11–12; A5:7–8; A8:6–7; A11:4; A12:4–5
photograph, A4:51; A8:40; A11:22
smectite, mixed minerals, B14:3
pore water, A1:18, 24, 27, 32, 35; A7:20, 22; A9:19–21; A12:20
vs. depth, A4:64; A6:68; A7:48; A9:42; A12:44
sodium/chloride ratio, vs. depth, A4:32, 66; A6:66; A7:20–22, 48, 53; A9:20–21, 42; A10:55; A12:44
soft sediment deformation
lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A8:6–7; A12:4–5
photograph, A4:51; A11:22
soft sediment deformation, synsedimentary, photograph, A8:40
solution seams, photograph, A10:42
sonic velocity logs, vs. depth, A4:75–76; A5:55; A6:79; A7:61; A8:62–63; A9:53; A10:63; A12:51
Southern Ocean, paleoceanography, A2:20–21
SPECMAP, oxygen isotopes vs. age, B15:10
splice tie points
Site 1126, A4:94
Site 1128, A6:98
Site 1130, A8:83
Site 1131, A9:65
Site 1133, A11:39
Site 1134, A12:66
sponge spicules
lithostratigraphic units, A4:5–6, 8–9, 11; A5:4–7; A6:6–7; A8:4–9; A9:5–8; A10:5–6; A11:3–6; A12:4–7; B9:4–7
lithostratigraphy, A1:10
stable isotopes
carbonates, B12:1–11; B15:1–13
cool-water bryozoans, B13:1–29
cool-water carbonates, B11:1–14
lower Oligocene, B14:4
Oil Interval, B14:17
Cenozoic, A1:3–5
See also allostratigraphic packages; isotope stratigraphy; seismic stratigraphy; sequence stratigraphy
stress, overburden. See shear strength, undrained/overburden stress ratio
carbonates, B16:5
pore water, A1:41; A4:30–31; A5:19, 21; A6:28–29; A7:21, 23; A8:24; A9:19; A10:24; A11:14; A12:20
vs. depth, A4:64; A5:45; A6:68; A7:49; A8:52; A9:43; A10:53; A11:30; A12:45
vs. depth in carbonates, B16:9–10
strontium, excess, vs. depth, A5:47
strontium/calcium ratio
sediments, A4:31
vs. depth, A4:67
strontium/chloride ratio
sediments, A4:31
vs. depth, A10:55
subsidence, Cenozoic, A1:3
Subtropical Convergence Zone, reef mounds, A2:4; B1:10
subtropical environment, planktonic foraminifers, B3:14
pore water, A1:18, 21, 23–24, 27, 29–30, 32, 35, 38; A4:31–32; A5:19–20; A6:28–29; A7:21–22; A8:24–25; A9:19–21; A10:24–25; A11:14; A12:20
sediments, A1:14–15
vs. depth, A4:63, 65; A5:46; A6:70; A7:50; A8:53; A10:54; A11:31; B1:29
sulfate, excess, vs. depth, A7:54; A9:43; A10:55; A12:46
sulfate/chloride ratio
pore water, A4:31–32
vs. depth, A5:47
sulfate reduction, pore water, A1:21; A5:20; B1:10–12
sulfur, sediments, A4:30, 96–97; A5:18, 74–76; A6:27, 100; A7:20, 71–72; A8:23; A9:18, 68–69; A10:23, 74–75; A11:13, 41; A12:19


Cenozoic, A1:3
seismic stratigraphy, A2:3
sediments, A5:25
vs. depth, A5:58; A6:77; A7:60; A9:50, 56; A10:61
temperature, in-situ
sediments, A4:35; A6:33, 112; A7:25–26, 82; A8:27; A9:23, 78; A10:28, 83; A12:23
vs. depth, A8:60
temperature, maximum, vs. hydrogen index, A7:47
tempestite, lithostratigraphic units, A4:11–12
Terebellina, lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:8; A6:8
Termination I, stable isotopes, B15:3
terrigenous sediments, Eocene–lower Oligocene, A6:9–10
sediments, B7:1–21
vs. depth, A5:34
See also hypidiotopic texture; idiotopic texture; poikilotopic texture
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:6, 8; A5:4; A6:8; A8:5; A9:5; A10:10; A11:4–5
photograph, A10:42
thermal conductivity
sediments, A4:35, 105; A5:85; A6:33, 108; A7:25, 81; A8:27, 93; A9:23, 77; A10:28, 82; A11:16, 51; A12:23, 75
vs. depth, A4:74; A6:76; A7:59; A8:59; A9:49; A10:60; A11:34; A12:50
thorium logs, vs. depth, A4:77–78; A5:53–54; A6:80–81; A7:62–63; A8:61, 64; A9:51–52; A10:64–65; A12:52–53
time–depth conversion, seismic stratigraphy, A4:39–40; A5:26–27; A6:37; A8:30; A10:31; A12:27
Torquay Basin, biostratigraphic datums, B3:17
Tortachilla Transgression, planktonic foraminifers, B4:9
tourmaline, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10
trace elements, cool-water carbonates, B16:1–24
trace fossils, lithostratigraphic units, A1:22
biostratigraphy, B3:17–19
carbonate platforms, A2:14, 16
Paleocene–Eocene, A1:4
planktonic foraminifers, B4:9–11
traveltime, two-way, vs. depth, A6:85; A8:69; A10:68; A12:57
Tuit Transgression
Eocene/Oligocene boundary, B4:10
planktonic foraminifers, B4:10
Tuketja Transgression, planktonic foraminifers, B4:9–10
tunicate spicules, lithostratigraphic units, A1:39; A4:5–6; A5:4–7; A6:6–7; A7:5–6; A8:4–7; A9:6–7; A10:5–6; A11:3–6; A12:4; B9:3–7
deposition, B1:14
lithostratigraphic units, A1:26, 39; A4:11–12; A6:4–5, 8; A8:6
photograph, A6:52; A8:39
turbidity currents, lithostratigraphic units, A6:10–11


biostratigraphy, A1:22–23; A10:15–16; B3:10, 13; B4:5–8
Cenozoic, A1:4–5
lithostratigraphic units, A5:7; A9:7
lithostratigraphy, A1:9–10
planktonic foraminifers, B4:9–11
seismic sequences, A4:40–42
See also biostratigraphic hiatuses; disconformities; Marshall Paraconformity; omission surfaces
uranium logs, vs. depth, A4:77–78; A5:34, 53–54; A6:80–81; A7:62–63; A8:61, 64; A9:51–52; A10:64–65; A12:52–53


vs. depth, A10:68
See also compressional wave velocity; sonic velocity logs
velocity logs
vs. depth, A6:85
See also sonic velocity logs
virtual axial dipole moment, vs. depth, A5:39
vugs, lithostratigraphic units, A4:10


Cenozoic, B1:9–10
grain size, B15:3–4
lithostratigraphic units, A1:19–20, 26, 28, 31, 39; A4:5–9; A5:4–9; A7:8–9; A8:4–9; A9:4–7; A10:7–8; A11:5–6; A12:4–6
photomicrograph, B9:11
wackestone, bioclastic
geochronology, B8:4–6
lithostratigraphic units, A1:33, 37; A5:5; A7:9; A10:4–6, 8, 11; A11:5–6
photograph, A10:41, 44
wackestone, bioclastic glauconitic, lithostratigraphic units, A8:8–9
wackestone, fine-grained spiculitic foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, B9:5
wackestone, foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, A6:10–11
wackestone, silicified, lithostratigraphic units, A1:37
wackestone, skeletal foraminiferal
photograph, B9:14
photomicrograph, B9:11
wackestone, spiculitic, lithostratigraphic units, A6:4–5
wackestone, spiculitic foraminiferal, lithostratigraphic units, B9:2–7
wackestone, white nannofossil, lithostratigraphic units, B9:5
wave sweeping, accumulation rates, A5:9
well-logging, summary, A1:19, 21–22, 24–25, 27–28, 30, 33, 36–37, 41; A4:109; A5:89; A6:78–82; A7:26–28, 86; A8:97; A9:82; A10:62; A12:79
Well-logging Unit 1, sediments, A1:36, 41; A4:37; A5:24–25; A7:27; A8:29; A9:24–25; A10:29–30; A12:24
Well-logging Unit 1B, sediments, A5:25
Well-logging Unit 2, sediments, A1:36, 41; A4:37–38; A7:27–28; A8:29–30; A9:25; A10:30; A12:24–25
Well-logging Unit 3, sediments, A1:25, 36, 41; A4:38; A7:28; A8:30; A9:25; A10:30; A12:25
Well-logging Unit 4, sediments, A1:25, 36; A4:38; A10:30–31; A12:25
Well-logging Unit 5, sediments, A1:25; A4:38; A12:26
Well-logging Unit 6, sediments, A1:41; A4:39; A12:26
Well-logging Unit 8, sediments, A1:41
well-logging units, summary, A1:25
West Florida Shelf, comparison with A2:21–22
Wilson Bluff Limestone
depocenters, B4:10–11
equivalents, A2:8
Wilson Bluff Transgression, planktonic foraminifers, B4:9


X-ray diffraction data, sediments, A4:99–100; A5:21, 78–80; A6:30, 102–103; A7:21, 75–76; A8:25, 87–88; A9:19–20, 71–72; A10:25, 77; A11:14, 43; A12:21, 70; B7:1–16


Zone SAN1, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:4, 15
Zone SAN2, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:4–5, 15
Zone SAN2/SAN3 boundary, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:4–5
Zone SAN3, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5, 15
Zone SAN4, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5, 15
Zone SAN5, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5
Zone SAN6, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5, 15
Zone SAN7, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:5–6, 15
Zone SAN8, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6, 15
Zone SAN9, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6, 15
Zone SAN10, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6
Zone SAN11, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6, 16
Zone SAN12, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6, 16
Zone SAN13, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6, 16
Zone SAN14, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:6–7
Zone SAN15, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN16, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN17, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN18, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN19, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN20, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7, 16
Zone SAN21, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:7–8, 16
Zone SAN22, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:8, 16
Zone SAN23, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:8, 16
Zone SAN24, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:8, 16
Zone SAN25, planktonic foraminiferal zoning, B3:8
biostratigraphic datums, B3:4–8
radiolarians, B2:16
lithostratigraphic units, A1:22; A4:8–9; A6:4–5, 8; A7:8–9; A12:6
photograph, A6:53