F1. Satellite-derived free-air gravity map of the Kerguelen Plateau.
F2. Location of Site 1136 and site-survey data.
F3. Marion Dufresne cruise 47, line 10 multichannel seismic profile across Site 1136.
F4. Composite stratigraphic section.
F5. Age-depth plot.
F6. Color close-up photograph of interval 183-1136A-10R-1, 80-90 cm.
F7. Color close-up photograph of interval 183-1136A-14R-1, 97-115 cm.
F8. Lava-flow recovery and interpretive cross section.
F9. Close-up photograph of interval 183-1136A-15R-2, 120-135 cm.
F10. Close-up photograph of interval 183-1136A-19R-2, 80-120 cm.
F11. Vesicle distribution at the base of basement Units 1 and 2.
F12. Interpretative summary of the lithology and abundances of phenocryst minerals in the three basaltic flows sampled in Cores 183-1136A-15R through 19R.
F13. Typical texture of a basalt from Hole 1136A.
F14. Compact glomeroporphyritic intergrowth.
F15. Plagioclase grains with abundant glass inclusions.
F16. Plagioclase grains included in larger plagioclase grains in a glomeroporphyritic intergrowth.
F17. Discontinuous plagioclase rim around a compact glomeroporphyritic intergrowth.
F18. Microgabbro xenolith.
F19. Groundmass of a subhorizontal segregation.
F20. Detail of titanomagnetite grains in the matrix of a segregation.
F21. Margin of a segregation showing plagioclase crystals.
F22. Diagram of SiO2 vs. total alkali abundance.
F23. MgO variation diagrams comparing basalts from Hole 1136A with those from other parts of the Kerguelen Plateau.
F24. Trace element contents of basalts from Site 1136.
F25. Variations of major and trace element abundances, plotted against depth in Units 1 and 2.
F26. Trace element compositions of basalts from Hole 1136A, compared with those from other parts of the Kerguelen Plateau.
F27. Zr/Ti, Nb/Zr, and Nb/Ce ratios vs. Zr/Y ratio or Zr content.
F28. Distribution and abundance of secondary minerals plotted against expanded depth.
F29. Color close-up photograph of Sample 183-1136A-15R-2 (Piece 1B, 33-41 cm).
F30. Color close-up photograph of Sample 183-1136A-15R-2 (Piece 1B, 47-62 cm).
F31. Color close-up photograph of Sample 183-1136A-15R-2 (Pieces 9 to 12, 47-62 cm).
F32. Distribution of clay- and calcium carbonate-filled veins with depth.
F33. Frequency distribution of the true dips of veins from basaltic host rocks.
F34. Dips within flows.
F35. AF demagnetization of discrete sediment samples.
F36. Inclination, intensity, and susceptibility of sediments.
F37. Inclination, intensity, and susceptibility of basement rocks.
F38. AF demagnetization of a discrete basement sample.
F39. Thermal demagnetization of discrete basement samples.
F40. Anisotropy data from flow units.
F41. Downhole index properties and velocities.
F42. Downhole profiles of whole-core measurements of magnetic susceptibility, natural gamma ray, and GRAPE bulk density.
F43. Summary of physical properties determinations in basaltic basement of Hole 1136A.
F44. Comparison of densities determined from core samples, GRAPE, MST, and Vp velocities from downhole logs and core samples.
F45. Composite of core recovery, depth, lithostratigraphy, age, density, and velocity.
F46. Seismic reflection data from Marion Dufresne cruise 47, line 10 across Site 1136, and a synthetic seismic trace from Figure F45.
T1. Coring summary.
T2. Expanded coring summary.
T3. Summary of lithologic units.
T4. XRD results and calcium carbonate contents expressed as CaC03.
T5. Summary of volcaniclastic components.
T6. Location of three lava flow units in Hole 1136A.
T7. Major and trace element data.
T8. Alteration minerals hosted by igneous rocks.
T9. Summary of NRM intensity and susceptibility.
T10. Characteristic inclinations and NRM intensities of Hole 1136A basalt.
T11. Index properties data.
T12. Vp discrete determinations.
T13. Thermal conductivity values.
T14. Carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, and hydrogen analyses.
T15. Carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, and hydrogen analyses.