SUBJECT INDEX

A

accretion
crust, B1:5–6
sediments, A1:5
acetate
manganese reduction, B3:7
vs. depth, B1:31; B3:11
age, argon isotopes, A3:67
age controls, deep-sea sediments, B7:1–21
age spectra, argon isotopes, B13:3–6, 10, 12
age vs. depth, argon isotopes, B13:14–16
Albian, radiolarians, B6:4
alkalinity, vs. depth, A4:113
Alps Southern, Cretaceous, B5:13
alteration
basalt, A3:25–31
basement, A1:11–12, 24; A3:18–31; A4:25–26, 29–30
chemical composition, A3:124
deep-sea sediments, B7:1–21
geochemistry, A3:27–28
Jurassic basement, A1:18
photograph, A1:47
photomicrograph, A1:57–58; A4:83–84
sediment/basement boundary, A1:25–26
volcanic ash, A4:28–29
See also authigenesis; hydrothermal alteration; microbial alteration; silicification
alteration, gray-green
basalt, A3:26
photograph, A1:47
vs. depth, A3:120–121
alteration, green, vs. depth, A3:120–121
alteration intensity, photograph, A4:110
alteration, pale green
basalt, A3:26
vs. depth, A3:120–121
alteration types, vs. depth, A3:120
aluminum
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
See also barium/aluminum ratio; iron/aluminum ratio; manganese/aluminum ratio; niobium/aluminum ratio; silica/aluminum oxide ratio; strontium/aluminum ratio
aluminum/titanium ratio, vs. depth, A4:124
aluminum logs
lithologic units, A4:46
vs. depth, A4:140–141
aluminum oxide
basalt alteration, A3:17
vs. magnesium oxide, A3:108
See also magnesium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio; phosphorus oxide/aluminum oxide ratio; potassium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio; sodium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
ammonium
organic matter, B3:5
redox, A4:27
vs. depth, A4:113; B1:31; B3:11
vs. magnesium, A4:118
anisotropy
microfabrics, B9:6–7, 29
vs. depth, B9:17
anisotropy, compressional wave velocity, vs. depth, A4:137
anoxic events
Jurassic basement, A1:18
Valanginian, B1:10
Aptian, radiolarians, B6:4
arc basalts, barium/sodium ratio, A1:39
argon isotopes
age, A3:67
volcanic ash, B13:1–20
Asseni–Verbeeki Zones, radiolarians, B6:4
augite phenocrysts, basalt alteration, A3:25–26
authigenesis, volcanic ash, A4:28–29

B

backarcs, sediments, A1:7, 26–27
bacteria
deep water, B3:1–11
photograph, A1:56
sediments, A1:5–6, 56
vs. depth, B1:31
Bajocian, lithologic units, A3:8
barite, photograph, A4:86
barium, sediment flux, A1:39
barium/aluminum ratio
sediments, A1:24
vs. depth, A1:55; A4:122
barium/sodium ratio, arc basalts, A1:39
Barremian
radiolarians, B6:3–4
sedimentation rates, A1:53
basalt
alteration, A3:25–31; A4:25–26
geochemistry, A3:15–18; A4:24
ion concentration, B11:11
magnetic inclination, A3:32–35
permeability, B11:6
petrology, A3:14–15
vs. depth, A1:48
wet and dry resistivity, B12:15–16
basalt, altered, photograph, A3:79–85
basalt, brecciated, photograph, A4:98–100
basalt/sediment contacts, alteration, A3:24–25
basalt alteration intensity, photograph, A4:110
basalt clasts, photograph, A3:87; A4:100
basalt flows, aphyric
lithologic units, A3:11–12; A4:22–23
photograph, A3:82–89
basement
age, A3:67
age and nature, B1:4–5
alteration, A1:11–12, 24; A3:18–31; A4:25–26, 29–30
Jurassic, A1:15–19
lithologic units, A3:10–12; A4:22–23
stratigraphy, A1:48; A3:10–14, 67, 71–76; A4:21–23, 93–95
See also sediment/basement boundary
Bathonian, lithologic units, A3:7
bathymetry, maps, A1:37; A3:65; A4:53, 58
bedding planes
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:80
Berriasian, nannofossils, A4:21
beryllium isotopes, lithologic units, B1:13
biochronology, radiolarians, B6:1–17
bioevents
nannofossils, B5:5
silicoflagellates, B4:15
biosphere
sediments, A1:5–6, 26–27, 29–30
volcanism, B1:17
biostratigraphy
diatoms, B2:1–31
nannofossils, B5:1–21
sedimentation rates, A1:53
silicoflagellates, A3:7–9; B4:1–18
Site 1149, A4:19–21
bioturbation
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:67, 69–70
boron, oceanic crust age, B1:15
breccia
alteration, A3:19–23, 29–31
basalt alteration, A4:25–26
composition vs. depth, A3:111
distribution, A3:77
lithologic units, A3:13
photograph, A3:114
vs. depth, A1:54; A3:110; A4:23, 111
breccia, hyaloclastite, photograph, A3:86
breccia, interpillow, photograph, A3:79, 82–83, 86–87
breccia alteration intensity, photograph, A4:110
breccia density, vs. depth, A3:22–23
Brunhes Chron, deep-sea sediments, B7:7
Brunhes/Matuyama boundary, deep-sea sediments, B7:7–9
bulk density logs, vs. depth, A4:139
burrows
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:80–82

C

calcispheres, photomicrograph, A3:118
calcite
basalt alteration, A3:25–26; A4:25–26
interpillow material, A3:24–25
Jurassic basement, A1:18
photograph, A3:113
photomicrograph, A1:47; A3:117–118; A4:83–84
vesicles, A4:24
X-ray diffraction data, A4:85, 92
calcite cement, photograph, A4:98–100
calcite veins, alteration, A3:20, 29–31
calcium
basement alteration, A4:29–30
vs. depth, A4:117
vs. magnesium, A4:118
See also potassium/calcium ratio
calcium logs
lithologic units, A4:46
vs. depth, A4:140–141
calcium oxide
deep-sea sediments, B7:6
lithologic units, B1:11
vs. age, B7:20
vs. depth, B1:26
vs. isothermal remanent magnetization, B7:14
vs. volcanic ash, B7:14
caliper logs, vs. depth, A1:48, 54; A4:138–141; B8:12
Callovian, lithologic units, A3:7
Campanian, lithologic units, A3:6
Capriolo, Cretaceous, B5:13
carbon dioxide
alteration, A3:27–28
basalt alteration, A3:16–18
Jurassic basement, A1:18
vs. depth, A3:123
carbon isotopes
lithologic units, B1:12
stratigraphy, B6:1–17
carbonate cement, photograph, A3:87
carbonate compensation depth
limestone, A3:9
sediment alteration, A4:32
carbonate content, sediments, A4:159
carbonate groundmass, photomicrograph, A4:83
carbonate matrix, photograph, A3:86
carbonate veins, vs. depth, A4:112
carbonates
diagenesis, A4:27–28
interpillow material, A3:116
vs. depth, A3:111–112
carbonates, core, vs. depth, A4:112
celadonite
basalt alteration, A4:25–26
interpillow material, A3:116
photograph, A3:87, 113, 114
photomicrograph, A3:117
vesicles, A4:24
vs. depth, A3:111
celadonite veins, alteration, A3:20–21, 29–31
Cenozoic
lithologic units, A3:6
sedimentation rates, A1:53
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
Cenozoic, upper, silicoflagellates, B4:15
Central American Seaway, closure, B4:1, 9
cerium, lithologic units, B1:13
chalcedony
crystallinity index, B10:2
interpillow material, A3:24–25
photomicrograph, A1:47; A3:117–118; B10:6, 8–9
chalcedony veins, alteration, A3:21
chalk
ion concentration, B11:10
permeability, B11:6
Upper Cretaceous, A4:17–19
chalk, nannofossil, carbon isotopes, B6:4–5
chalk, radiolarian
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:88–91
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
chert
ion concentration, B11:11
lithologic units, A3:7
permeability, B11:6
photograph, A3:78, 82; A4:87
photomicrograph, A3:117
recrystallization, B10:1–11
seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
Upper Cretaceous, A4:17–19
X-ray diffraction data, A4:85
chert, pink, photograph, A4:78
chert, radiolarian
deposition, A3:9
lithologic units, A3:7; A4:14–16
photograph, A4:80
chilled contacts
lithologic units, A3:12; A4:96
photograph, A3:114; A4:96–97
photomicrograph, A3:94, 99–100
chloride
basement alteration, A4:29–30
vs. depth, A4:119
vs. magnesium, A4:118
chloride logs
lithologic units, A4:46–47
vs. depth, A4:140–141
chlorite, X-ray diffraction data, A4:66; B9:20
chromium
basalt alteration, A3:17
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
vs. age, B7:20
vs. depth, A3:107
Chron C1r.2r, diatoms, B2:4
Chron C1r.2r.1r, silicoflagellates, B4:8
Chron C1r.2r.2r, silicoflagellates, B4:8
Chron C2An.1n, silicoflagellates, B4:8–9
Chron C2An.1r, diatoms, B2:3
Chron C2An.2n, diatoms, B2:3
Chron C2r.2r, diatoms, B2:4
Chron C3Ar, tectonics, A4:36
Chron M4, radiolarians, B6:3
Chron M11, carbon isotopes, B6:4–5
Chron M12, carbon isotopes, B6:4–5
chronostratigraphy, volcanic ash, B13:6–7, 20
chrons, magnetostratigraphy, A1:52; A4:130
clasts
lithologic units, A3:13
photograph, A3:83, 87
clay
ion concentration, B11:10
microfabrics, B9:7–9
photograph, A4:64, 72–74
sediments, A1:25
Upper Cretaceous–Paleogene, A4:18
X-ray computed tomography images, B12:12
X-ray diffraction data, A4:66, 71, 79, 85
clay, ash-bearing, lithologic units, A4:12–14
clay, ash-bearing siliceous, lithologic units, A4:11–14
clay, ashy, lithologic units, A4:11–14
clay, authigenic, volcanic ash, A4:28–29, 32
clay, biogenic silica-bearing, lithologic units, A4:11–14
clay, diatomaceous, lithologic units, A4:11–14
clay, green, alteration, A3:21
clay, pelagic
lithologic units, A3:6; A4:12–14
permeability, B11:6
clay, pelagic brown, deposition, A3:9
clay, silt-bearing, lithologic units, A4:11–14
clay, silty
permeability, B11:6
petrography, B7:4–5
clay, terrigenous + volcanic ash, vs. depth, A4:124
clay, zeolitic
lithologic units, A4:14–15
photograph, A4:74–75
clay minerals
basalt alteration, A4:25–26
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
lithologic units, A4:12–17
photomicrograph, A4:83
ratios, B9:21
clay platelets
electron microscopy, B9:16, 22–26
microfabrics, B9:8–9
origin, B9:9–12
clinoptilolite, microfabrics, B9:7, 9
cobbles, photomicrograph, A4:65
coercivity
deep-sea sediments, B7:6
vs. depth, B7:13
color change
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:68–70, 88
compaction
microfabrics, B9:11–12
photograph, A4:81
compressional wave velocity
basalt, A3:35–38
lithologic units, A4:40
vs. depth, A4:135, 137, 181–185
concentration-dependent parameters, deep-sea sediments, B7:6–7
connectors
electron microscopy, B9:23
microfabrics, B9:9–12
consolidation, vs. time, B11:8
cooling units
basement, A3:10–12
vs. depth, A1:48; A3:69–70
core–log correlation
seismic data, B8:1–14
well-logging, A3:39–41
correlation
biochronology, B6:15
nannofossils, B5:14–15
"cow model," sediments, A1:7, 38
Cretaceous
microfabrics, B9:7
nannofossils, B5:1–21
paleolatitude, A1:12
radiolarians, B6:1–17
seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
Cretaceous, Lower
nannofossils, B5:4–5
paleolatitude, A4:37
seafloor subduction, A1:20–28
sedimentary rocks, B10:1–11
Cretaceous, mid-, stratigraphy, A1:11–12
Cretaceous, Upper, lithologic units, A4:17–19
crust
Jurassic, A1:28–29, 60; B1:1–35
magnetic properties, B1:6–8
Mesozoic, A1:30
recycling, A1:28–29
structure and accretion, B1:5–6
subduction zones, A1:1–63
volcanism, B1:25
crust, oceanic
petrology, B1:8
seismic stratigraphy, B8:6–8
crust, oldest, ocean basins, B1:35
crystallinity index
silica, B10:2
vs. porosity, B10:10
crystallization, silica, B10:1–11
Curie temperature, deep-sea sediments, B7:6
cyclic sedimentation, deep-sea sediments, B7:8

D

deepwater, bacteria, B3:1–11
deformation, photograph, A4:72–73
demagnetization, alternating-field, lithology, A4:127–128
density
basalt, A3:35–36
core-log correlation, B8:3–8
vs. depth, B8:11–12; B11:14
density, GRAPE
basalt, A3:36
lithologic units, A4:39
density, wet bulk
vs. average velocity, A4:134
vs. depth, A4:132–133, 135–136, 181
vs. porosity, A4:134
vs. X-ray computed tomography, B12:14
density logs
basalt, A3:43; B1:24
lithologic units, A4:45
See also bulk density logs
deposition, lithologic units, A3:9; A4:17–19
diabase, photograph, A3:115
diagenesis
biogenic silica, A4:27–28
carbonates, A4:27–28
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
diatom Event C, Pliocene–Pleistocene, B2:3, 5
diatom Event D, Pliocene–Pleistocene, B2:3, 5
diatom frustules, lithologic units, A4:11–12
diatoms
abundance, B2:3, 18–22
biostratigraphy, B2:1–31
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photomicrograph, A4:83
stratigraphic ranges, B2:15
vs. age, B2:14
vs. depth, B2:14
diffusivity
mass transfer, B11:2–4, 14
vs. porosity, B11:12
dipmeter analysis, vs. depth, A4:142–144
dissolution seams
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:89
dolomite, photograph, A4:86
downhole measurements
Site 801, A3:38–47
Site 1149, A4:41–47

E

East Mariana Basin, stratigraphy, A1:9–10
eccentricity
deep-sea sediments, B7:8
volcanic ash, B7:19
Eocene, paleolatitude, A4:36
Eocene, upper, magnetic polarity, A4:36
eolian dust
deep-sea sediments, B7:6–8
geochemistry, B1:16
Pleistocene, B1:10
vs. terrigenous material, B7:14

F

faults, normal, photograph, A4:72–73
fecal pellets, microfabrics, B9:8
feldspar
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
lithologic units, A4:12
X-ray diffraction data, A4:66, 71; B9:20
feldspar laths, photomicrograph, A1:57–58; A3:90
ferrimagnetic minerals, microfabrics, B9:6–7
filaments, interpillow material, A3:25
fish remains, photograph, A4:86
flocculation, microfabrics, B9:9
fluid flux, basalt alteration, A3:30–31
fluid inclusions, photomicrograph, A3:106
foliation, vs. depth, B9:17
foraminifers, planktonic, photomicrograph, A4:65
Formation MicroScanner imaging
basalt, A3:45–46; B1:24
lithologic units, A4:43, 47
vs. depth, A4:142–144
fractures
alteration, A3:20–21
lithologic units, A3:13
photomicrograph, A1:57–58

G

gamma-ray logs
basalt, A3:42; B1:24
lithologic units, A4:44
vs. depth, A1:45, 48, 54; A3:70; A4:138
gamma rays
basalt, A3:36–37
lithologic units, A4:39–40
potassium budget, A3:55–60
vs. depth, A4:135–136
gases, headspace
geochemistry, A3:47; A4:26–30
methane, A4:174
geochemical flux, sedimentation, B1:8–13
geochemical logs
lithologic units, A4:46–47; B1:11–13
vs. depth, A4:140–141
geochemical sinks, subduction zones, B1:13–17
geochemical stratigraphy, lithologic units, B1:11–13
geochemistry
basement, A4:23–24
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
Jurassic basement, A1:16–19
pore water, A3:47
sediments, A1:24
Site 801, A3:15–18
subduction zones, A1:1–63
geochronology, argon isotopes, B13:1–20
glaciation
deep-sea sediments, B7:8
Pliocene–Pleistocene, B2:3
glass shards, photograph, A3:84
glomerocrysts
olivine, A4:23–24
photomicrograph, A3:96
Gondwana, magnetic Anomaly M11, A1:30
grain size
lithologic units, A3:12
microfabrics, B9:7, 19
groundmass
phases, A3:101
photomicrograph, A3:90–91

H

halite, X-ray diffraction data, A4:66, 71, 79, 92
halos
alteration, A1:25–26, 29–31; A4:25–26
chemical composition, A3:126–127
photograph, A3:113, 115; A4:110
photomicrograph, A4:84
vein alteration, A3:26–27
vs. depth, A1:48, 54; A3:122; A4:111
Hauterivian
nannofossils, A4:21; B5:4–5
radiolarians, B6:3–6
sedimentation rates, A1:53
unconformities, B5:5
Hauterivian, upper, lithologic units, A4:15–16
hyaloclastite
alteration, A3:21–23
basalt alteration, A3:26; A4:25–26
lithologic units, A3:13
photograph, A3:114; A4:101–102
photomicrograph, A1:57–58
hyaloclastite, altered
chemical composition, A3:125
photograph, A3:84, 86
hyaloclastite breccia, photograph, A3:80, 86
hydrothermal alteration
Jurassic basement, A1:18; A3:30–31
photograph, A3:81
photomicrograph, A3:117
hydrothermal units, lithologic units, A3:13, 30–31

I

ichthyoliths
biostratigraphy, A3:7
sedimentation rates, A4:37
ichthyoliths, assemblages
circular with line across, Site 801, A3:7
five peaks flared base, Site 801, A3:7
five peaks irregular base, Site 801, A3:7
flexed-triangle shallow inbase, Site 801, A3:7
narrow triangle ragged base, Site 801, A3:7
plain ellipse, Site 801, A3:7
polygonal cavity, Site 801, A3:7
polygonal cavity long rays, Site 801, A3:7
rectangular saw-toothed, Site 801, A3:7
skewed four or five peaks, Site 801, A3:7
three narrow peaks, Site 801, A3:7
triangle with base angle, Site 801, A3:7
triangle with high inline apex, Site 801, A3:7
triangle with triangular projection, Site 801, A3:7
igneous petrology, basement, A3:14–15; A4:23–24
igneous rocks
microbiology, A4:48
petrology, A3:14–15; A4:23–24, 160–166
X-ray computed tomography, B12:1–18
illite
microfabrics, B9:7
X-ray diffraction data, A4:71; B9:20
inclusions, photomicrograph, A3:105
index properties
basalt, A3:36
lithologic units, A4:38–39; B12:18
vs. depth, A4:132–133
indurated layer
lithologic units, A4:15–16
photograph, A4:68, 81–82, 87, 89–91
intergrowths, photomicrograph, A3:97
interpillow material
alteration, A3:24–25
composition vs. depth, A3:111
distribution, A3:77
lithologic units, A3:7, 11–13
mass accumulation rates, A3:9
mineral composition, A3:116
photograph, A1:47; A3:78–79, 81–84, 119; A4:96, 103
photomicrograph, A3:94, 117
vs. depth, A3:110
intersertal matrix, photomicrograph, A3:93
ion concentration, vs. time, B11:10–11
iron
hydrothermal units, A3:13
Jurassic basement, A1:18
redox, A4:27
vs. depth, A4:114
iron/aluminum ratio
sediment alteration, A4:31
vs. depth, A1:55; A4:16, 120
iron isotopes
lithologic units, B1:12–13
oceanic crust age, B1:14–15
vs. depth, B1:27
iron logs
lithologic units, A4:46
vs. depth, A4:140–141
iron oxide
alteration, A1:25–26
basalt, A4:24
vs. magnesium oxide, A4:109
iron oxyhydroxide
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
interpillow material, A3:24–25, 116
photograph, A3:113
photomicrograph, A3:117–118
vesicles, A4:24
vs. depth, A3:111–112
iron oxyhydroxide veins
alteration, A3:21
vs. depth, A4:112
Izu arc, stratigraphy, A1:28–29
Izu-Bonin-Mariana margin, geochemistry, B1:15–17
Izu-Bonin Trench
resistivity, B12:1–18
stratigraphy, A1:11–12, 28
Izu-Mariana subduction system, summary, A1:1–63

J

Jurassic
basement, A1:15–19
crust, B1:1–35
seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
Jurassic, Middle, lithologic units, A3:7
Jurassic Quiet Zone
geochemistry, A1:1–63
magnetic anomalies, A1:19–20
magnetic inclination, A3:34–35
magnetic properties, B1:6–8

K

kaolinite
microfabrics, B9:7
X-ray diffraction data, A4:66; B9:20
Kuroshio Current, silicoflagellates, B4:8–9

L

laminations, photograph, A4:74–75
laminations, calcareous, photomicrograph, B10:9
laminations, wavy discontinuous, photograph, A4:81, 86
lanthanum. See samarium/lanthanum ratio; thorium/lanthanum ratio
lava flows
Jurassic Quiet Zone, A1:19–20
See also sediment/lava interface
lead/uranium ratio, vs. thorium/uranium ratio, B1:28
lead isotopes
arc basalts, A1:39
sediment recycling, B1:29
vs. depth, B1:27
lepispheres, photomicrograph, B10:5, 7
limestone, radiolarian
deposition, A3:9
lithologic units, A3:7
lithium
oceanic crust age, B1:15
volcanic ash, A4:28–29
vs. depth, A4:116
lithologic units
basement, A3:10–12; A4:11–17, 22–23, 93–95, 158
microfabrics, B9:7–9
summary, A1:22–23; A3:6–7, 69–70
Unit I, A1:22–23; A3:6; A4:11–12
Unit II, A1:23; A4:12–14
Unit III, A1:23; A4:14–15
Unit IV, A1:23; A4:15–16
Unit V, A4:16–17
Unit VI, A3:7
vs. depth, B8:11–12
wet and dry resistivity, B12:17
lithostratigraphy
seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
Site 801, A3:5–7
Site 1149, A4:11–17, 61

M

Maastrichtian, lithologic units, A3:6
Magellan Seamounts, stratigraphy, A1:9–10
magnesium
basement alteration, A4:29–30
Jurassic basement, A1:18
vs. ammonium, A4:118
vs. calcium, A4:118
vs. chloride, A4:118
vs. depth, A4:117
vs. potassium, A4:118
vs. sodium, A4:118
vs. strontium, A4:118
magnesium oxide
basalt, A4:24
basalt alteration, A3:16–18
vs. aluminum oxide, A3:108
vs. depth, A1:46; A3:107
vs. iron oxide, A4:109
magnesium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio, vs. depth, A4:123
magnetic anomalies
Jurassic Quiet Zone, A1:19–20, 30
tectonics, A4:2–3, 58
magnetic Anomaly M11
Gondwana, A1:30
nannofossils, A4:21
paleolatitude, A4:37
tectonics, A4:3, 58
magnetic Anomaly M12, tectonics, A4:3, 54
magnetic Anomaly M13, tectonics, A4:3, 54
magnetic declination, vs. depth, A4:129; B7:17
magnetic fabric, microfabrics, B9:6–7
magnetic field logs, basalt, A3:44–45
magnetic inclination
basalt, A3:32–35
deep-sea sediments, B7:5–8
lithologic units, A4:34–37
microfabrics, B9:6–7
vs. depth, A1:5, 45; A4:126, 129–130; B7:17–18; B9:17
magnetic lineations, tectonics, A4:2–3, 57
magnetic logs, vs. depth, A1:45
magnetic polarity
deep-sea sediments, B7:7
tectonics, A4:35–37
vs. depth, B7:13
magnetic properties, crust, B1:6–8
magnetic reversals, stratigraphy, A1:52
magnetic signal, deep-sea sediments, B7:5–6
magnetic susceptibility
basalt, A3:31–32, 37
lithologic units, A4:39
microfabrics, B9:6–7, 29
vs. depth, A3:128; A4:135–136; B9:17
magnetic susceptibility, low, vs. depth, B9:18
magnetic susceptibility, volume
temperature, B7:16
vs. anhysteretic remanent magnetization, B7:14
vs. depth, B7:13
magnetic susceptibility anisotropy. See anisotropy
magnetite
basalt, A3:14–15
deep-sea sediments, B7:5–6
photomicrograph, A4:104
magnetite, skeletal, photomicrograph, A3:91
magnetostratigraphy
chrons, A1:52
diatoms, B2:4
lithologic units, A4:35–37
lithology, A4:129–130
major elements
Jurassic basement, A1:18–19
sediments, A4:176–177
manganese
reduction, B3:1–11
vs. depth, A4:114; B1:31; B3:11
manganese/aluminum ratio, vs. depth, B7:13, 18
manganese/phosphorus ratio, lithologic units, B1:13
manganese micronodules, lithologic units, A3:6
manganese oxide, redox, A4:27
manganese oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
sediment alteration, A4:31
vs. depth, A4:120
manganese oxyhydroxide, deep-sea sediments, B7:5
marcasite, basalt alteration, A3:25–26
Mariana arc, stratigraphy, A1:28–29
Mariana Trench
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
sediments, A1:9–10
marine isotope excursions, radiolarians, B6:6
marine sediments, bacteria, B3:1–11
marl
ion concentration, B11:10
permeability, B11:6
marl, calcareous, photograph, A4:89–91
marl, nannofossil, carbon isotopes, B6:4–5
marl, radiolarian, photograph, A4:81–82
marlstone, radiolarian, lithologic units, A4:15–16
marlstone, radiolarian-bearing calcareous
photograph, A4:86
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
marlstone, recrystallized calcareous, lithologic units, A4:16–17
mass accumulation rates
carbonate compensation depth, A3:9
See also sedimentation rates
mass transfer, subduction, B11:1–14
Matuyama Chron
deep-sea sediments, B7:7
See also Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
Mesozoic
oceanic crust, B1:8
paleolatitude, A1:41
sediments, A1:6–7
metals, sediment alteration, A4:31
methane
headspace gases, A4:174
vs. depth, B1:31; B3:11
methanogenesis, bacteria, B3:5
microbial alteration, volcanic glass, A3:50–51
microbiology, A3:47–55; A4:47–49, 188
microbreccia, photograph, A4:100
microclinoptilolite, electron microscopy, B9:26
microcrystals, microfabrics, B9:9
microfabrics
changes, B9:1–29
electron microscopy, B9:16, 22–26
photomicrograph, B9:16, 18, 22–26
microlites
basalt alteration, A3:26
photomicrograph, A3:99
micronodules. See manganese micronodules
micropores, microfabrics, B9:8–9
microspheres, fluorescence, vs. depth, A4:190
microstructures, microfabrics, B9:8–9
mineralogy, petrography, A4:168
Miocene
lithologic units, A3:6
paleoceanography, B1:10
paleolatitude, A4:36
sedimentation rates, A1:53; A4:37
silicoflagellates, B4:5
Miocene, upper, lithologic units, A4:11–12
Miocene–Pleistocene interval, volcanic ash, B1:10
molding, electron microscopy, B9:24
mottling, basalt alteration, A4:25–26

N

Nadezhda Basin
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
silicoflagellate biostratigraphy, B4:1–18
site description, A4:1–190
stratigraphy, A1:9–10, 21–28
nannofossils
photomicrograph, A4:83
sedimentation rates, A1:53; A4:131
vs. depth, B5:13
zone correlation, B5:14
nannofossils, calcareous
biostratigraphy, A4:20–21; B5:1–21
distribution, B5:16–20
Neogene, terrigenous component, A4:18–19
niobium, basalt, A4:24
niobium/aluminum ratio
sediments, A1:24
vs. depth, A4:124
nitrogen isotopes
lithologic units, B1:12
vs. depth, B1:27
nontronite, basalt alteration, A3:26

O

obliquity, volcanic ash, B7:19
oceanic anoxic events, Valanginian, B1:10
Oligocene, lithologic units, A3:6
Oligocene, lower, magnetic polarity, A4:36
olivine
basalt, A3:14–15
photomicrograph, A3:92, 98
olivine, altered euhedral, photomicrograph, A3:105
olivine, euhedral, photomicrograph, A3:94
olivine, groundmass, vs. depth, A3:101
olivine glomerocrysts, basalt, A4:23–24
olivine phenocrysts
basalt, A4:24
basalt alteration, A3:25–26
photomicrograph, A3:106; A4:106, 108
vs. depth, A3:102
ooze, clay-and ash-bearing siliceous, lithologic units, A4:11–14
ooze, radiolarian, interpillow material, A3:25
opal-A, diagenesis, A4:28
opal-CT
diagenesis, A4:28
lithologic units, A4:14–15
photomicrograph, A4:83; B10:5, 7
recrystallization, B10:1–11
sediments, A1:24
vs. depth, A4:115
X-ray diffraction data, A4:79, 85; B9:20
organic matter
degradation, A4:27
reduction, B3:4–6
overgrowths, dendritic, photomicrograph, A3:99
oxides, groundmass, vs. depth, A3:101
oxygen isotopes, vs. age, B7:20

P

Pacific Ocean NW, microfabrics, B9:1–29
Pacific Ocean W
chronostratigraphy, B13:6–7, 20
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
Pacific plate
basement, B1:4–5
sediments, A1:7–8
palagonitization, basalt alteration, A3:26
paleoceanography
Mesozoic, B1:9–11
Miocene, B1:10
paleoclimatology
Mesozoic, B1:9–11
silicoflagellates, B4:1–11
paleoecology, silicoflagellates, B4:9
paleoenvironment, seismic stratigraphy, B1:9–11
paleoequator, Cretaceous, A1:12
paleolatitude
Cretaceous, A1:12
magnetic polarity, A4:36–37
Mesozoic, A1:41
paleomagnetism
deep-sea sediments, B7:7
Site 801, A3:31–35
Site 1149, A4:34–37
paleoredox
deep-sea sediments, B7:7
See also redox
palygorskite, X-ray diffraction data, A4:14, 71, 79
palynomorphs
electron microscopy, B9:25
microfabrics, B9:8–9
paramagnetic minerals, microfabrics, B9:6–7
peds
electron microscopy, B9:23
microfabrics, B9:8–9
origin, B9:9–12
pellets, microfabrics, B9:9–12
perfluorocarbon tracers, sediments, A4:145, 189
permeability
mass transfer, B11:2–4, 14
vs. depth, B11:4, 13
vs. porosity, B11:12
petrography
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
mineralogy, A4:168
petrology, Mesozoic crust, A1:30
phenocrysts
photomicrograph, A3:94, 106
size vs. depth, A4:105
phillipsite
basalt alteration, A3:26
lithologic units, A3:6
phosphate
redox, A4:27
vs. depth, A4:113
phosphorus. See manganese/phosphorus ratio
phosphorus oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
sediment alteration, A4:31
vs. depth, A4:120
phyllosilicates, alteration, A3:19–23
physical properties
core-log correlation, B8:2–3
microfabrics, B9:6
Site 801, A3:35–38
Site 1149, A4:38–41, 178–180; B9:28
Pigafetta Basin
geochemistry, A1:1–63
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
site description, A3:1–128
pillow margins
basalt, A3:14–15
photograph, A3:79–84
photomicrograph, A1:57–58; A3:118
pillow rim/sediment contacts, alteration, A3:24–25
pillow rims
basalt alteration, A3:26; A4:25–26
lithologic units, A3:11–12
photograph, A3:80, 85; A4:96–97, 103
photomicrograph, A3:94, 96; A4:106
pillow zones, Jurassic basement, A1:17
plagioclase
basalt, A3:14–15
photomicrograph, A3:97
plagioclase, euhedral, photomicrograph, A4:106
plagioclase, groundmass, vs. depth, A3:101
plagioclase, twinned euhedral, photomicrograph, A3:103
plagioclase fibers, photomicrograph, A3:100
plagioclase glomerocrysts, photomicrograph, A3:96
plagioclase laths, photomicrograph, A3:90, 93, 98
plagioclase laths, skeletal, photomicrograph, A4:104
plagioclase microlites, photomicrograph, A3:99
plagioclase phenocrysts
basalt, A4:24
basalt alteration, A3:25–26
distribution in basalt, A3:104
photomicrograph, A3:94; A4:106–107
vs. depth, A3:102
platelets, electron microscopy, B9:23
Pleistocene
deep-sea sediments, B7:1–21
diatoms, B2:1–31
eolian dust, B1:10
sedimentation rates, A1:53; A4:37
See also Miocene–Pleistocene interval
Pleistocene, lower, silicoflagellates, B4:9
Pleistocene, upper, lithologic units, A4:11–12
Pliocene
diatoms, B2:1–31
lithologic units, A3:6; A4:11–12
sedimentation rates, A1:53; A4:37
Pliocene, lower, silicoflagellates, B4:1–18
Pliocene, middle, silicoflagellates, B4:9
Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary, silicoflagellates, B4:9
Pliocene–Quaternary interval, silicoflagellates, B1:10
porcellanite
ion concentration, B11:11
permeability, B11:6
recrystallization, B10:1–11
seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
porcellanite, porous, photograph, A4:78
porcellanite, radiolarian
lithologic units, A4:14–16
photograph, A4:74–77
pore water
geochemistry, A3:47; A4:26–30, 172–173
microbial alteration, A3:53–54
porosity
basalt, A3:35–36
vs. average velocity, A4:134
vs. depth, A4:132–133, 181; B10:10
vs. diffusivity, B11:12
vs. permeability, B11:12
vs. silica crystallinity index, B10:10
vs. wet bulk density, A4:134
potassium
basement alteration, A4:29–30
Jurassic basement, A1:18
volcanic ash, A4:28–29
vs. depth, A4:116
vs. magnesium, A4:118
potassium/calcium ratio, volcanic ash, B13:4–6, 11, 13
potassium budget, natural gamma rays, A3:55–60
potassium logs
basalt, A3:42
vs. depth, A4:138
potassium oxide
alteration, A3:27–28, 31
basalt alteration, A3:16–18
Jurassic basement, A1:18–19
sediments, A1:24
vs. depth, A1:49; A3:123
potassium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio, vs. depth, A4:14, 123
precession, volcanic ash, B7:19
preferred orientation
electron microscopy, B9:24
microfabrics, B9:7–9
pressure solution, microfabrics, B9:9
provenance, deep-sea sediments, B7:1–21
pseudomorphs, photomicrograph, A3:117
pumice
lithologic units, A4:11–12
photograph, A4:64
pumice cobbles, photomicrograph, A4:65
pyrite
basalt alteration, A3:25–26
Jurassic basement, A1:18
vs. depth, A3:111–112
pyrite veins, alteration, A3:21
pyroxene, anhedral, photomicrograph, A4:104
pyroxene, groundmass, vs. depth, A3:101
pyroxene, photomicrograph, A3:97
pyroxene, subhedral, photomicrograph, A3:90, 98
pyroxene phenocrysts
basalt, A4:24
vs. depth, A3:102

Q

quartz
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
interpillow material, A3:24–25
lithologic units, A4:12
photograph, A3:114
photomicrograph, A4:83; B10:5–6, 8–9
recrystallization, B10:1–11
vs. depth, A3:111–112
X-ray diffraction data, A4:66, 71, 79, 85, 92; B9:20
quartz, crystalline, photomicrograph, A3:118
quartz veins, alteration, A3:21
Quaternary
lithologic units, A3:6
silicoflagellates, B4:1–18
See also Pliocene–Quaternary interval
quenched texture, photomicrograph, A3:100

R

radiolarian tests
electron microscopy, B9:22, 24
microfabrics, B9:9
photomicrograph, B10:5, 7–8
radiolarians
biochronology, B6:1–17
lithologic units, A4:15–16
occurrence, B6:16–17
photomicrograph, A3:68, 117; A4:83
radiolarite, seismic stratigraphy, A4:4–6
rare earth elements, lithologic units, B1:11
recrystallization
photograph, A3:78–83
photomicrograph, A4:84
silica, B10:1–11
recycling, crust, A1:28–29
redox
organic matter, A4:27
See also paleoredox
reduction, manganese, B3:1–11
reference site, Jurassic basement, A1:15–19
reflection, core-log correlation, B8:4–8
reflection coefficient, vs. depth, B8:11
remanent magnetization, anhysteretic
deep-sea sediments, B7:5–6
vs. age, B7:20
vs. depth, B7:13, 18
vs. volume magnetic susceptibility, B7:14
remanent magnetization, isothermal
acquisition, B7:15
deep-sea sediments, B7:5–6
vs. calcium oxide, B7:14
remanent magnetization, natural
basalt, A3:32–35
deep-sea sediments, B7:5–6
lithologic units, A4:34–37
vs. depth, B7:13, 17
resistivity, dry
basalt, B12:15–16
lithologic units, B12:17
resistivity, lithologic units, B12:1–18
resistivity, wet
basalt, B12:15–16
lithologic units, B12:17
vs. depth, B12:9
resistivity logs
basalt, A3:42–43; B1:24
lithologic units, A4:45
vs. depth, A1:45, 48, 54; A3:70; A4:139; B8:12
reworking, diatoms, B2:4
rhodochrosite, deep-sea sediments, B7:5, 8–9
Romanus–Missilis Zone, radiolarians, B6:4
rubidium
alteration, A3:27–29, 31
vs. depth, A3:123

S

salinity, vs. depth, A4:119
samarium/lanthanum ratio, vs. thorium/lanthanum ratio, B1:29
saponite
basalt alteration, A4:25–26
interpillow material, A3:24–25, 29–31, 116
Jurassic basement, A1:18
photograph, A3:115
photomicrograph, A1:47; A3:92
vesicles, A4:24
vs. depth, A3:111–112
saponite, core, vs. depth, A4:112
saponite cement, photograph, A3:84, 114
saponite matrix, photograph, A3:86
saponite veins
alteration, A3:20, 29–31
vs. depth, A4:112
seafloor spreading, Mesozoic crust, A1:30
secondary minerals
alteration, A3:29–31
Jurassic basement, A1:18
photomicrograph, A1:47
sediment/basement boundary, alteration, A1:25–26; A4:22–23, 30–34
sediment/lava interface, photograph, A3:119
sediment recycling, geochemistry, B1:15–17, 29
sedimentary rocks, siliceous/calcareous pelagic, silica crystallization, B10:1–11
sedimentary rocks, X-ray computed tomography, B12:1–18
sedimentation
geochemical flux, B1:8–13
See also cyclic sedimentation
sedimentation, biogenic, sediment alteration, A4:31–32
sedimentation, pelagic, Upper Cretaceous, A4:17–19
sedimentation, siliceous, subsidence, A4:18
sedimentation rates
age vs. depth, B7:21
bacteria, B3:1–11
magnetostratigraphy, A1:53; A4:35, 37–38, 131
Site 1149, A4:37–38
See also mass accumulation rates
sedimentology, A3:5–9; A4:10–19
sediments
geochemistry, A1:1–63; A4:30–34, 176–177
interpillow material, A3:24–25
photograph, A3:78, 82–83
X-ray diffraction data, A4:66
X-ray fluorescence data, A4:175
See also basalt/sediment contacts; pillow rim/sediment contacts
sediments, deep-sea, Pleistocene, B7:1–21
sediments, hemipelagic, microfabrics, B9:1–29
sediments, pelagic, microfabrics, B9:1–29
sediments, recrystallized, photograph, A3:78–83
sediments, soft calcareous, photograph, A4:80
seismic data, core-log correlation, B8:1–14
seismic facies, seismic stratigraphy, B8:7–8
seismic profiles
core-log correlation, B8:2
Site 801, A1:42; A3:66
Site 1149, A1:42, 50; A4:55–56, 60; B8:13
seismic stratigraphy
core-log correlation, B8:6–8
crust, B1:9
lithostratigraphy, A4:4–6
seismograms, synthetic, core-log correlation, B8:4–8
selenium isotopes
lithologic units, B1:12
vs. depth, B1:27
shear strength
lithologic units, A4:41
vs. depth, A4:132, 187
shrinkage. See volume shrinkage
silica
crystallization, B10:1–11
deep-sea sediments, B7:5
hydrothermal units, A3:13, 29–31
interpillow material, A3:116
lithologic units, B1:11
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
vs. depth, A4:115, 121; B1:26
silica, biogenic, diagenesis, A4:27–28
silica/aluminum oxide ratio
sediment alteration, A4:31
volcanic ash, A4:32–34
vs. depth, A1:55; A4:121
siliceous cement, photograph, A3:81–82
siliceous microfossils
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
lithologic units, A4:11–12
mass accumulation rates, A3:9
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
silicification
photograph, A3:81
photomicrograph, A4:83–84
silicoflagellates
biostratigraphy, B4:1–18
distribution, B4:16
Pliocene–Quaternary interval, B1:10
silicon logs
lithologic units, A4:46
vs. depth, A4:140–141
sills, stratigraphy, A1:9–10
silt, clayey, petrography, B7:4–5
silt, clayey zeolitic, lithologic units, A4:14–15
Site 194, lithology, A1:40; A4:54
Site 195, lithology, A1:40; A4:54
Site 196, lithology, A1:40; A4:54
Site 197, lithology, A1:40; A4:54
Site 801, A3:1–128
background and objectives, A3:1–3
basement alteration, A3:18–31
basement stratigraphy, A3:10–14
bathymetry, A3:65
biostratigraphy, A3:7–9
downhole measurements, A3:38–47
electrical resistivity, B12:1–18
geochemical reference site, B1:13–15
headspace gas, A3:47
igneous petrology and geochemistry, A3:14–18
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
lithology, A1:40
lithostratigraphy, A1:44, 59; A3:5–7
microbiology, A3:47–55
operations, A3:3–5
paleomagnetism, A3:31–35
physical properties, A3:35–38
pore water chemistry, A3:47
potassium budget by natural gamma rays, A3:55–60
principal results, A1:15–20
sedimentology, A3:5–9
site description, A3:1–128
stratigraphy, A1:10–11
well-logging, A1:45
Site 1149, A4:1–190
background and objectives, A4:1–2
bacteria, B3:1–11
basement alteration, A4:25–26
basement stratigraphy, A4:21–23
biostratigraphy, A4:19–21
core-log correlation, B8:1–14
coring summary, A4:146–157
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:1–31
downhole measurements, A4:41–47
Early Cretaceous seafloor subduction, A1:20–28
electrical resistivity, B12:1–18
geochemical reference site, B1:15–17
geochronology, B13:1–20
igneous petrology and geochemistry, A4:23–24
Jurassic crust, B1:1–35
lithologic units, A4:158
lithology, A1:40; A4:54
lithostratigraphy, A1:51, 59, 61; A4:11–17
mass transfer properties, B11:1–14
microbiology, A4:47–49
microfabric changes, B9:1–29
nannofossil biostratigraphy, B5:1–21
operations, A4:6–10
paleomagnetism, A4:34–37
physical properties, A4:38–41
Pleistocene deep-sea sediments, B7:1–21
pore water and headspace gas chemistry, A4:26–30
radiolarian biochronology, B6:1–17
sedimentary geochemistry, A4:30–34
sedimentation rates, A4:37–38
sedimentology, A4:10–19
silica crystallization, B10:1–11
silicoflagellate biostratigraphy, B4:1–18
site description, A4:1–190
site geophysics, A4:2–6
stratigraphy, A1:11–12
Site 1179, geochronology, B13:1–20
smectite
basalt alteration, A3:25–26, 29–31
microfabrics, B9:7
photomicrograph, A1:47; A3:117; A4:107
X-ray diffraction data, A4:92
sodium
basement alteration, A4:29–30
volcanic ash, A4:29
vs. depth, A4:116
vs. magnesium, A4:118
See also barium/sodium ratio
sodium oxide. See thorium/sodium oxide ratio
sodium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio, vs. depth, A4:123
spheres, photomicrograph, A4:83
spherules, interpillow material, A3:25
stratigraphy
basement, A3:10–14, 71–76; A4:21–23, 93–95
carbon isotopes, B6:1–17
Jurassic basement, A1:16–19
sediments, A1:9–10
strontium
diagenesis, A4:28
sediments, A1:24
volcanic ash, A4:28–29
vs. depth, A4:115
vs. magnesium, A4:118
strontium/aluminum ratio, vs. depth, A4:122
strontium isotopes, oceanic crust age, B1:14–15
"subduction factory," models, A1:35; B1:33
subduction zones
geochemical sinks, B1:13–17
Izu-Mariana subduction system, A1:1–63
Lower Cretaceous, A1:20–28
mass transfer, B11:1–14
volcanism, B1:17–18
subsidence, sedimentation, A4:18
sulfate, vs. depth, A4:114; B1:31; B3:11
sulfide globules, basalt alteration, A3:25–26
sulfides, photomicrograph, A1:47

T

tectonics, magnetic anomalies, A4:2–3
tektites, lithologic units, A3:6
temperature
basalt, A3:45
microbial alteration, A3:52–53
terrigenous component
Neogene, A4:18–19
petrography, B7:4–5
vs. depth, B7:13
vs. eolian dust, B7:14
textures
photomicrograph, A1:57–58
silica crystallization, B10:1–11
thermal conductivity
basalt, A3:38
lithologic units, A4:40–41
vs. depth, A4:132–133, 186
tholeiite
basement, B1:4–5
Jurassic basement, A1:17–19
thorium
sediment flux, B1:30
vs. depth, B1:26
vs. thorium/sodium oxide ratio, B1:30
thorium/lanthanum ratio
lithologic units, B1:11
sediment recycling, B1:16
vs. depth, B1:27
vs. samarium/lanthanum ratio, B1:29
thorium/sodium oxide ratio, vs. thorium sediment flux, B1:30
thorium/uranium ratio, vs. lead/uranium ratio, B1:28
thorium logs
basalt, A3:42
vs. depth, A4:138
tin isotopes
lithologic units, B1:12
vs. depth, B1:27
titanite
basalt alteration, A3:26
photomicrograph, A1:47
titanium. See aluminum/titanium ratio
titanomaghemite, basalt alteration, A3:25–26
titanomagnetite, basalt alteration, A3:25–26
trace elements
Jurassic basement, A1:18–19
sediments, A4:176–177
traveltime, seismic stratigraphy, B8:7–8
traveltime, two-way, vs. depth, B8:11
Turonian, nannofossils, B5:5

U

unconformities, Hauterivian, B5:5
Unitary Association Zones, radiolarians, B6:15
uranium
vs. depth, B1:28
See also lead/uranium ratio; thorium/uranium ratio
uranium isotopes, oceanic crust age, B1:14–15
uranium logs
basalt, A3:42
vs. depth, A4:138

V

Valanginian
anoxic events, B1:10
nannofossils, A4:21; B5:5–6
oceanic anoxic events, B1:10
radiolarians, B6:1–17
sedimentation rates, A1:53
Valanginian, upper, lithologic units, A4:15–17
variolitic texture, photomicrograph, A1:57–58
vein density, vs. depth, A3:22–23
vein width, vs. depth, A1:48, 54; A3:110; A4:111
veins
alteration, A3:19–23, 20–31
basalt alteration, A4:25–26
chemical composition, A3:126
composition vs. depth, A3:111–112
crosscutting relationships, A3:23
electron microscopy, B9:26
lithologic units, A3:12; A4:15–16
photograph, A3:79, 113, 115
photomicrograph, A4:84
types, A4:170–171
vs. depth, A1:48, 54; A3:110; A4:111
veins, chalcedony-filled, photograph, A4:78
veins/meter ratio, vs. depth, A3:110; A4:111
velocity
core-log correlation, B8:4
See also compressional wave velocity
velocity, average
vs. porosity, A4:134
vs. wet bulk density, A4:134
velocity logs
basalt, A3:43–44; B1:24
lithologic units, A4:45–46
vs. depth, A4:139; B8:11–12
vesicles
basalt, A4:24
basalt alteration, A3:25–26
lithologic units, A3:12
photograph, A3:88–89, 113
volcanic arcs, "subduction factory," A1:35
volcanic ash
alteration, A4:28–29
argon isotopes, B13:1–20
deep-sea sediments, B7:4–5
lithologic units, A4:11–12
Miocene–Pleistocene interval, B1:10
photograph, A4:62–63, 69–70
sediment alteration, A4:32–34
sediments, A1:25
vs. calcium oxide, B7:14
vs. depth, B7:13
volcanic ash, dispersed
cycles, B7:19
vs. depth, A4:32–34, 125
volcanic ash, radiolarian-bearing clayey, lithologic units, A4:11–14
volcanic glass
basalt alteration, A3:26
Jurassic Quiet Zone, A1:19–20
lithologic units, A3:12; A4:11–12
location, A4:167
microbial alteration, A3:50–51
photograph, A4:72
photomicrograph, A1:57–58
volcanic glass, altered, photograph, A3:80, 114
volcanic glass, devitrified
amount in chilled basalt, A3:95
photomicrograph, A3:93
volcanic glass, groundmass, vs. depth, A3:101
volcaniclastics
Jurassic basement, A1:16–19
Neogene, A4:18–19
sediments, A1:7–8
volcanism
crust, B1:25
sediment recycling, B1:16–17
stratigraphy, A1:9–10
subduction, B1:17–18
volume shrinkage, electron microscopy, B9:16, 22–26

W

water, microbiology, A4:48–49
water content
alteration, A3:27–28
basalt, A3:35–36
Jurassic basement, A1:18
vs. depth, A3:123; A4:132–133, 181; B11:14
water escape structures, photograph, A4:82
Weissert oceanic anoxic event, Valanginian, B1:10
well-logging
core-log correlation, B8:3
Site 801, A1:45
Site 1149, A1:54

X

X-ray computed tomography
lithologic units, B12:1–18
vs. wet bulk density, B12:14
X-ray diffraction data, sediments, A4:66
X-ray fluorescence data
igneous rocks, A4:169
microfabrics, B9:7
sediments, A4:175

Y

yttrium
vs. zirconium, A1:46; A3:109; A4:109
See also zirconium/yttrium ratio

Z

zeolite veins, electron microscopy, B9:26
zeolites
sediments, A1:24
X-ray diffraction data, A4:71, 79; B9:20
zirconium
basalt alteration, A3:16–18
vs. depth, A1:46; A3:67, 107; B1:24
vs. yttrium, A1:46; A3:109; A4:109
zirconium/yttrium ratio
basalt, A4:24
basalt alteration, A3:18
vs. depth, A3:107

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