SUBJECT INDEX

A

accumulation
carbonate content, B11:34
marine organic matter, B11:4-6
acme events, dinoflagellates, B6:16, 18
acritarchs, paleoclimatology, B6:6-7
advection, alteration, B14:9
age controls, biostratigraphic datums, A4:195; A5:113
age vs. depth
Site 1150, A1:32; A4:124; B5:12
Site 1151, A1:32; A5:69; B5:12
alkali metals, tephra, B9:8-9
alkalinity
fluid flow, B14:9
pore water, A1:10; A5:25-26; B1:4
sediments, A1:13-14; A4:38
vs. depth, A4:128; A5:73; B14:18, 19
alkenones
hemipelagic sediments, B13:1-12
vs. depth, B13:6
alteration
biogenic silica, B14:9
fluids, B14:10
glass shards, B9:5-7
volcanic ash, B14:9
aluminum oxide
standard deviation, B9:20
tephra, B9:8-9, 16-17
vs. depth, B15:16, 17, 18, 19-20
vs. gamma rays, B15:21
vs. silica, B15:21
vs. silica/aluminum oxide ratio, B15:21
See also potassium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio; silica/aluminum oxide ratio; titanium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
aluminum oxide/silica ratio, glass shards, B9:7
ammonium
pore water, A5:25-27
sediments, A4:38
vs. depth, A4:128; A5:73
anisotropy, compressional wave velocity, vs. depth, A4:135; A5:80
anisotropy, horizontal compressional wave velocity
vs. depth, A5:80
vs. magnetic declination, A4:136
anisotropy, magnetic susceptibility, faults and bedding structures, B16:5-6
anisotropy, sediments, A4:200; A5:117
authigenic minerals, carbonates, B12:1-6

B

backarcs, uplifts, B1:5
bedding planes
anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, B16:5-6
dip, A1:14; A5:96
magnetic foliation, B16:17-18
orientation, A4:175; A5:40, 96, 125
sediments, A4:65
biogenic component
histograms, A4:77
lithologic units, A4:19-21; A5:13
vs. depth, A4:78; A5:52; B16:10
biogeography, foraminifers, B7:5-6
biohorizons
dinoflagellates, B6:4-5, 16, 18
foraminifers, B7:5-6, 21
biostratigraphic datums
age control points, A4:195; A5:113
diatoms, A5:111; B2:12-14
nannofossils, A5:52; B4:22
sedimentation rates, B5:4-5
temperature, B3:7
biostratigraphy
diatoms, B2:1-38
foraminifers, B7:1-23
nannofossils, B4:1-31; B5:1-15
palynomorphs, B6:1-19
sedimentation rates, A4:35-37; A5:23-24
Site 1150, A4:23-26
Site 1151, A5:17-21
biotite, lithologic units, A5:12-13
bioturbation
lithologic units, A1:10; A4:17-18, 21-22; A5:14-15
photograph, A5:88
BOB, downhole links, A3:16, 39, 50, 53
borehole geophysical observatory, boreholes, A1:9-15
borehole instruments
deployment, A5:121
jet-in test, A4:11-13
photograph, A4:159-164
Site 1150, A4:57-59, 71-74, 205-206
Site 1151, A5:36-37
borehole offsets, vs. depth, B8:17
boreholes
drilling, A1:26-28
geometry, A4:53-54
installations, A5:45
instruments, A3:1-53
boron
alteration, B14:10-13
pore water, B14:5-6
vs. depth, B14:18-19
boron isotopes, water flux, B1:8-9
boron-11
pore water, B14:7, 11
vs. depth, B14:21
Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
magnetostratigraphy, A5:23
sediments, A1:11, 14
bulk density logs, vs. depth, A4:94, 158; A5:35, 84, 87
burrows, tephra, B9:4

C

cables, NEREID, A3:20-21, 47-49
calcareous layers
lithologic units, A5:15
photograph, A5:62
X-ray diffraction data, A5:104
calcite
authigenic minerals, B12:1-6
lithologic units, A4:19-22; A5:14
photograph, A5:62
vs. depth, A5:54
calcite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:89
calcium
pore water, A1:10, 14; A5:26; B14:5-6
sediments, A4:38-39
vs. depth, A4:128; A5:73; B14:18-19
vs. magnesium, B14:10, 23
calcium oxide
tephra, B9:9, 16-17
See also iron oxide/calcium oxide ratio; silica/calcium oxide ratio
caliper logs, vs. depth, A4:94; A5:84
carbon, organic
hemipelagic sediments, B13:3-4
mass accumulation rates, B11:4-6
sediments, A1:10, 13; A4:38; A5:25, 27
vs. depth, A4:127; A5:72; B11:12-13; B13:6
carbon, organic/nitrogen ratio
hemipelagic sediments, B13:3-4
mass accumulation rates, B11:5-7
vs. depth, A4:127; A5:72; B11:12-13; B13:6
carbon, total organic
sediments, B15:37-38
vs. silica/aluminum oxide ratio, B15:21
carbon dioxide, organic matter, B11:4-6
carbon isotopes
carbonates, B12:3, 5
organic matter, B11:5-6
vs. depth, B11:12
carbon/nitrogen ratio, sediments, A1:13
carbonaceous component, histograms, A4:77
carbonate compensation depth, accumulation, B11:3-4
carbonate content
accumulation, B11:3-4
sediments, A1:13; A4:37; A5:25
vs. depth, A4:127; A5:72; B11:12-13
vs. porosity, A4:144
carbonates
authigenic minerals, B12:1-6
mass accumulation rates, B11:3-4
casing strings, jet-in test, A4:6-9, 73
cell pressure, vs. time, B17:12
chlorine-37
pore water, B14:6-7
vs. depth, B14:20
chlorinity
fluid flow, B14:9
pore water, A1:10; A5:25; B1:4, 10; B14:4-6
sediments, A1:13,15; A4:38
vs. depth, A1:31; A4:128; A5:73; B1:20; B14:18-19
chlorite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:90
Chondrites
lithologic units, A1:10; A4:18-19
photograph, A4:80
Chron C2An/C2Ar boundary, sedimentation rates, A4:36; A5:24
Chron C2Ar. See Chron C2An/C2Ar boundary
clay
lithologic units, A4:16-17
vs. depth, A4:83
clay, diatom-bearing silty, lithologic units, A1:12-13; A5:9-10
clay, diatom-bearing sponge spicule-bearing silty, lithologic units, A5:8-11
clay, diatomaceous
correlation, B8:12
lithologic units, A4:15-17
photograph, B8:12
clay, diatomaceous silty, lithologic units, A1:9-10, 12; A5:5-10
clay, diatomaceous spicule-bearing silty, lithologic units, A1:12-13
clay, glass-bearing diatom-bearing silty, lithologic units, A5:8-9
clay, glass-bearing silty, lithologic units, A1:12-13
clay, hemipelagic diatom-bearing silty, lithologic units, A5:8-11
clay, hemipelagic diatom-bearing sponge spicule-bearing silty, lithologic units, A5:10-11
clay, hemipelagic diatomaceous, lithologic units, A4:15-16
clay, hemipelagic diatomaceous silty, lithologic units, A4:16-17
clay, hemipelagic sponge spicule-bearing diatomaceous silty, lithologic units, A5:9-10
clay, silty, lithologic units, A4:15-17
clay minerals
dehydration, B14:9
lithologic units, A4:19-22, 49-50; A5:12-13
vs. depth, A4:91; A5:54-55
clay minerals, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:89-90
claystone, isotopes, B14:6-7
claystone, diatom-bearing, lithologic units, A1:13
claystone, diatomaceous silty, lithologic units, A1:9-10; A4:18-19
claystone, hemipelagic diatom-bearing sponge spicule-bearing silty, lithologic units, A:11-12
claystone, hemipelagic diatomaceous silty, lithologic units, A4:17-18
claystone, hemipelagic glassy silty, lithologic units, A5:12
claystone, spicule-bearing, lithologic units, A1:13
climate cycles
core-log integration, B15:9-10
volcanic ash, B9:7-8
clinopyroxene, vs. depth, A5:53
Coccolithus pelagicus, abundance, B4:1-31
coercivity
rock magnetics, A4:32-35
sediments, A5:22
color
lithologic units, A5:16
vs. depth, A4:91-92
combiner/repeater modules, seafloor instruments, A3:13-14
composite depth, scales, B8:1-23
compression
backarcs, B1:5-6
deformation, B1:8
tectonics, A1:15-16
compressional wave velocity
lithologic units, A1:14
Mohorivicic discontinuity, B1:3
sediments, A1:11; A4:42-44, 200; A5:29-30, 117
vs. depth, A4:94, 131, 141-142; A5:79
compressional wave velocity, horizontal, vs. depth, A4:134; A5:76
compressional wave velocity, vertical, vs. depth, A4:134
concretions, calcareous, photograph, A5:63
consolidation
logs, A4:55
shear strength, B17:13
continental slope, tectonic erosion, A1:9
convection, thermal structure, B1:7
convergent margin, underthrusting, A1:4-5
core-in situ correlation, physical properties, A4:46-49
core-log correlation, seismic integration, A4:153-154
core-log integration, gamma rays, B15:1-42
cores, remanent magnetization, A4:28-30
coring biscuits, photograph, A4:79
correlation
biohorizons, B6:5-6
composite depth scales, B8:4-7
tephra, B9:8-9
upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
volcanic ash, B8:12, 22
coupling, geometry and length, B1:8-9
Cretaceous, unconformities, A1:4; B1:3
Cretaceous, Lower, convergent margin, A1:4-5
crust, forearc basins, B1:3
currents
diatoms, B3:1-21
paleoceanography, B4:7-9, 15
cyclic processes
core-log integration, B15:9-10
lithologic units, A4:20

D

deformation
magnetic fabric, B16:5-6
rock magnetics, B16:1-21
stratigraphy, B1:5
structure number, A4:207; A5:122
subduction, A1:15-16
deformation, brittle, lithologic units, A1:13
degradation, organic matter, B11:4-6
dehydration
clay minerals, B14:9
sediments, A1:15
demagnetization
discrete samples, A5:23
remanent magnetization, A4:27-35
sediments, A5:22-23
vectors, A4:108-114
demagnetization, thermal, vectors, A4:115
density
lithologic units, A1:14
vs. depth, A4:153-154
density, bulk
sediments, A1:11, 14; A4:45-46, 50-51
vs. depth, A4:92, 130, 138-139, 141-142; A5:75, 81-82
See also bulk density logs
density, dry, vs. depth, A4:138-139; A5:81-82
density, grain
sediments, A1:14
vs. depth, A4:138, 140; A5:81-82
vs. gamma rays, B15:22
density, pore water, vs. depth, A4:138
density logs. See bulk density logs
deposition, tephra, B9:4-5
depth offsets, sediments, B15:39
dewatering, logs, A4:55
diagenesis
lithologic units, A4:20-21
silica, B9:7; B14:11
diatom datums
magnetostratigraphy, A4:35
Neogene, A1:13; B2:1-38
stratigraphic occurrence and chronology, A5:111
diatom valves
sediments, B15:37-38
vs. silica/aluminum oxide ratio, B15:21
diatoms
age diagnostic forms, B2:25-30
age and stratigraphic position, B2:31
alteration, B14:10
biostratigraphic datums, A5:111
biostratigraphy, A4:24-26; A5:19-21; B2:1-38
distribution and abundances of species, A4:186-189; A5:106-110; B3:15-16
lithologic units, A1:9-10  A5:13
paleoceanography, B3:1-21
principal component analysis, B3:5-6, 12, 14, 17-21
stratigraphic occurrences and chronology, A4:190
stratigraphic ranges, B2:23
vs. depth, A4:82; A5:52; B3:11-14; B15:16-18, 20
zonation, A1:10; B2:1-38
diatoms, cold-water, paleoceanography, B3:4, 6
diatoms, extinct
paleoceanography, B3:5-6
vs. depth, B3:11,13
diatoms, freshwater
paleoceanography, B3:5-6
vs. depth, B3:11, 13
diatoms, sublittoral
paleoceanography, B3:5-6
vs. depth, B3:11, 13
diatoms, warm-water, paleoceanography, B3:4, 6
dilatometers, strainmeters, A3:5-7, 27
dinoflagellates
biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
occurrence, B6:15, 17
photomicrograph, B6:19
dip
bedding planes, A1:14; B16:17
structures, A4:63
thermal structure, B1:7-8
triaxial shear strength, B17:6
dip azimuth
fracture planes, A4:172; A5:93
healed fractures, A5:92
discrete samples
demagnetization, A5:23
remanent magnetization, A4:30-35
dolomite
authigenic minerals, B12:1-6
layers, A4:184
lithologic units, A1:14; A4:16-17, 22; A5:14
photograph, A4:100
vs. depth, A4:91; A5:54
X-ray diffractograms, A4:87
dolomite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:89
dolomite layers, lithologic units, A5:15
downhole links, seafloor instruments, A3:15-16
downhole measurements
Site 1150, A4:49-57
Site 1151, A5:33-35

E

Early Pliocene problem subzone, diatom biostratigraphy, B2:12-14
earthquakes
epicenters, A1:24
sources, A1:7-8, 24
subduction zones, A1:5-6; B1:5-6
eccentricity
core-log integration, B15:9-10
gamma-ray time shift variation, B15:24-25
elastic deformation, triaxial shear strength, B17:6
enrichment, elements, B14:12-13
epicenters, earthquakes, A1:24
erosion rates, deformation, B1:7-9
ethane
sediments, A1:10, 13; A4:37; A5:25; B14:7-8
vs. depth, A4:126; A5:71
See also methane/ethane ratio

F

failure, triaxial shear strength, B17:5
fault dip angle, vs. depth, B16:19
fault dip azimuth, vs. depth, B16:19
fault planes, magnetic foliation, B16:16
faults
anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, B16:5-6
frequency (number vs. depth), A1:36
lithologic units, A4:18-19, 60-61
number, A5:122
number vs. depth, A5:91
orientation, A1:35
photograph, A5:90
vs. depth, A4:168; B16:15, 19
faults, normal
deformation, A1:15-16
frequency, A5:38-39
photograph, A4:165-166; A5:88
faults, strike-slip, frequency, A5:38-39
feldspar
lithologic units, A4:19-22; A5:12-13
vs. depth, A4:83; A5:53
feldspar, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:88
ferrimagnetic minerals, magnetic susceptibility, B16:4
fluid flow, geochemistry, B14:8-13
fluids, alteration, B14:10
foraminifers
biostratigraphy, B7:1-23
vs. depth, A4:82; A5:52
foraminifers, planktonic, distribution, B7:15-20
forearc basins
cross section, B1:14
paleoclimatology, B6:6-7
subduction plate coupling, B1:1-27
forearcs, map, B1:17
Formation Microscanner imagery
carbonate zone, A4:146
fractures, A4:148
silts, A4:147
vs. depth, A4:94; A5:84
fracture planes
dip vs. depth, A4:172
sediments, A1:14
fractures
Formation Microscanner imagery, A4:148
frequency, A5:39
number, A5:122
photograph, A4:80; B17:10
physical properties, A4:48
sediments, A4:61
stereoplots, A4:170
triaxial shear strength, B17:5
vs. depth, A4:168
fractures, healed
contour diagrams, A4:173; A5:94
frequency, A5:92
histograms, A4:171
orientation, A4:208; A5:39-40, 123
sediments, A4:63-65
fractures, open
contour diagrams, A4:174; A5:95
number vs. depth, A5:91
orientation, A4:209; A5:40, 124
sediments, A4:65
freshwater, sediments, A1:15
Fukushima, volcanic front, B1:6

G

gamma rays
core-log integration, B15:1-42
depth shift and depth adjustment, B15:23
grain density, B15:22
lithologic units, A1:14; A5:34
sediments, A4:42, 52-53
time shift variation, B15:24-25
vs. aluminum oxide, B15:21
vs. depth, A4:91-92, 132, 141-142; A5:77; B15:16-20
vs. porosity, B15:22
vs. potassium oxide, B15:21
vs. silica/aluminum oxide ratio, B15:22
wireline logs vs. natural, B15:15
gamma rays, spectral, vs. shallow resistivity, A4:152
gamma-ray logs, spectral, vs. depth, B15:14
gas hydrates, sediments, A4:40
gases, headspace, sediments, A4:37
gases, sediments, B14:8
Gauss Chron, sedimentation rates, A4:36; A5:24
geochemistry
fluid flow, B14:8-13
forearcs, B1:4
glass shards, B9:5-7
Site 1150, A4:37-41
Site 1151, A5:25-27
tephra correlation, B9:8-9
geochemistry, organic
alkenones, B13:1-12
sediments, B11:16, 17
geothermal gradient, alteration, B9:7
glass shards
lithologic units, A5:13-14; B10:19
major elements, B10:19-20
tephra, B9:5-7, 11
glauconite
lithologic units, A4:16-17; A5:14
vs. depth, A4:84
glauconite, detrital, lithologic units, A1:10
glauconite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:90
grabens, geometry, B1:8
granules
lithologic units, A4:15-16, 22
number, A4:182-183
vs. depth, A4:78
gravity residual anomalies, deformation, B1:8
greigite, rock magnetics, A4:32-35

H

H stages, core-log integration, B15:9-10
H1 Stage, core-log integration, B15:9-10
H2 Stage, core-log integration, B15:9-10
H3 Stage, core-log integration, B15:9-10
H4 Stage, core-log integration, B15:9-10
halite, vs. depth, A4:93
heat flow
deformation, B1:8
sediments, A1:11
heat flux, alteration, B9:7
hematite
lithologic units, A5:14
rock magnetics, A4:32-35
vs. depth, A4:84
hiatuses
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:7
sedimentation rates, A5:24
See also unconformities
histograms, sediments, A4:77
Hokkaido, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
Holocene
calcareous nannofossils, B4:4-7
lithologic units, A4:15-16; A5:8-9
hornblende
lithologic units, A4:19-22; A5:12-13
upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
vs. depth, A4:83; A5:53
hornblende, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:88
hydration
glass shards, B9:5-7, 11
major oxides, B9:21
hydrocarbons
sediments, B14:8
See also alkenones; ethane; methane; methane/ethane ratio
hydrocarbons, light, gas pocket analyses, A4:197
hydrocarbons, volatile, sediments, A5:25, 114
headspace concentration, A4:196; A5:114

I

ichnofossils, photograph, A4:80-81
ignimbrite, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
illite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:90
index properties, sediments, A1:11; A4:44-46, 202; A5:30-31, 118
induration, lithologic units, A4:21
instruments, boreholes, A3:1-53
interplate events, unconformities, A1:5-6
iron oxide
tephra, B9:9, 16-17
vs. magnesium oxide, B9:25
iron oxide/calcium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:9
iron oxide/magnesium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:10
iron oxide/titanium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:9
Ishikari-Hidaka Basin, biostratigraphy, A4:26
isotope excursions, alteration, B14:10-11
isotopes, pore water, B14:6-7
Isthmus of Panama, paleoceanography, B4:7-9, 19-20

J

Japan, extensional tectonics, B1:5
Japan Forearc
fluid geochemistry, B14:1-23
tephrochronology, B9:1-29
Japan N
alkenones, B13:1-12
biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
Japan NE, paleoceanography, B3:1-21
Japan Trench
alkenones, B13:1-12
deep oceans, A1:1-37
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:1-23
maps, A4:69
Neogene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, B4:1-31
organic matter, B11:1-17
Quaternary nannofossils, B5:1-15
rock magnetics, B16:1-21
tephrostratigraphy, B10:1-22
jet-in test, A4:3-14
joints
frequency, A5:38-39
number, A5:122
number vs. depth, A5:91
photograph, A4:167; A5:90
sediments, A4:61
vs. depth, A4:168; B16:15, 19

K

kaolinite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:90
Kitakami, volcanic front, B1:6
Kitakami Basin, biostratigraphy, A4:26
Kitakami Range, deformation, B1:8
Kuroshio Front, paleoceanography, B3:1-21
Kyushu, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4

L

layers, tephra, B9:4-5, 11
lithification
lithologic units, A4:20-21; A5:16-17
logs, A4:55
lithium
alteration, B14:10-11
pore water, A1:14; A5:26; B14:5-6
sediments, A4:39
vs. depth, A4:129; A5:74; B14:18-19
lithologic units
Site 1150, A4:14-22
Site 1151, A1:12-13; A5:7-17, 46-47
Unit I, A1:12; A4:15-16; A5:8-9
Unit II, A1:12-13; A4:16-17; A5:9-10
Unit III, A1:13; A4:17-18; A5:10-11
Unit IV, A1:13; A4:18-19; A5:11-12
Unit V, A5:12
vs. depth, A4:75-76
lithostratigraphy
Site 1150, A4:14-22
Site 1151, A5:7-17
summary, A1:29; A1:30
log-seismic correlation, synthetic seismograms, A4:55-57

M

maghemite, rock magnetics, A4:32-35
magnesium
alteration, B14:9
pore water, A1:10; A5:26; B1:4; B14:6
sediments, A1:13; A4:38-39
vs. calcium, B14:10, 23
vs. depth, A4:129; A5:74; B14:18-19
magnesium oxide
tephra, B9:9, 16-17
vs. iron oxide, B9:25
See also iron oxide/magnesium oxide ratio; titanium oxide/magnesium oxide ratio
magnesium oxide vs. iron oxide, Japan Trench vs. Japan tephra, B9:25
magnetic declination
histograms, A4:105
magnetic foliation, B16:5-6
vs. anisotropy of horizontal compressional wave velocity, A4:136
vs. depth, A4:101, 104, 106, 169; B16:17, 19
magnetic fabric, deformation, B16:5-6
magnetic foliation
anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility, B16:5-6
bedding planes, B16:17-18
fault planes, B16:16
Flinn-type diagrams, B16:20
vs. depth, B16:14-15, 17
magnetic inclination
histograms, A4:107
magnetic foliation, B16:5-6
remanent magnetization, A4:29-30
sediments, A1:14
vs. depth, A4:101, 104, 106, 123, 169; A5:64-65; B16:14-15, 17
magnetic intensity
changes with chemical treatment, A4:122, 194
isothermal remanent magnetization, A4:120
remanent magnetization, A4:30-35
vs. depth, A4:101, 104, 106; A5:64, 66
magnetic intensity, normalized change
thermal demagnetization, A4:118-119
vs. temperature, A4:118-119
magnetic intensity logs, correlation, B8:14, 18
magnetic intensity ratio, vs. depth, A4:116-117
magnetic lineation, vs. depth, B16:14-15
magnetic polarity, sediments, A1:11, 14
magnetic properties, changes with chemical treatment, A4:122
magnetic reversals, sediments, A1:14
magnetic reversals, primary, depths, A4:191
magnetic susceptibility
sources, B16:4
vectors, B16:13
vs. depth, A4:78, 91-92, 101, 116-117; A5:51, 64, 67-68; B16:10-11
magnetic susceptibility logs, vs. depth, B8:11-13, 16, 19
magnetite, rock magnetics, A4:32-35
magnetization, vs. depth, A4:103
magnetization ratio, vs. depth, A4:102
magnetostratigraphy
Brunhes/Matuyama boundary, A5:23
diatom datums, A4:35
models, A4:123
major elements
glass shards, B10:19-20
hemipelagic sediments, B13:1-12
sediments, B15:26-30
tephra, B9:5
major oxides
glass shards, B9:5-7
hydration, B9:21
vs. depth, B9:21
manganese oxide, tephra, B9:16-17
mantle, water flux, B1:8-10
mantle wedges, stiffening, B1:24
maps
Japan Trench, A4:69
seismicity, A1:25; A4:157
marine isotope stages, tephra geochemistry, B9:9-11
mass accumulation rates
carbonates, B11:3-4
marine organic matter, B11:4-6
mass accumulation rates, carbonates, vs. age, B11:14-15
mass accumulation rates, organic carbon, vs. age, B11:14-15
Matuyama Chron. See Brunhes/Matuyama boundary
mechanical coupling, deformation, B1:7-8
median destructive field
remanent magnetization, A4:31-35
vs. depth, A4:116-117; A5:68
methane
sediments, A1:10, 13; A4:37; A5:25, 27; B14:7-8, 12
vs. depth, A4:126; A5:71; B14:22
methane/ethane ratio
sediments, A1:10, 13; A4:37; A5:25; B14:7-8, 12
vs. depth, A4:126; A5:71; B14:22
mica
lithologic units, A5:12-13
vs. depth, A4:83
mica, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:90
microearthquakes
forearc basins, B1:2-3
plate motions, A1:6
Miocene
biostratigraphy, A5:17-21
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:6-10
volcanic ash, A1:8-9
Miocene, middle
dinoflagellate biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
lithologic units, A5:11-12
Miocene, middle-upper, calcareous nannofossils, B4:4-7
Miocene, upper
biostratigraphy, A4:23-26
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:6-8
dinoflagellate biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:4
lithologic units, A4:16-19; A5:9-12
Miocene/Pliocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A1:10
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:7, 12
Miocene-Pliocene interval, paleoclimatology, B6:6-7
mobilization, mineral water, B14:12-13
modular intelligent digitizers, seafloor instruments, A3:11-13
Mohorivicic discontinuity, forearc basins, B1:3
Mohr-Coulomb envelope, triaxial shear strength, B17:6
multiple-access expandable gateways, seafloor instruments, A3:11, 35-37

N

nannofossils
abundance, B5:11
biostratigraphic datums, A5:105; B4:22
distribution, B5:13-15
lithologic units, A5:9-10
Quaternary, B5:1-15
range chart, B4:23-31
relative abundance, B4:18; B5:10
vs. depth, A4:82; A5:52
nannofossils, calcareous
biostratigraphy, A4:23-24; A5:17-18
datum levels, A4:185
Neogene, B4:1-31
paleoceanography, B4:7-9
Narugo Caldera, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
Narugo Yanagisawa, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
Neogene
calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, B4:1-31
convergent margin, A1:4-5
diatom age and stratigraphic position, B2:31
diatom datums, A1:13
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:1-23
plate tectonics, B1:1-27
Neogene, upper, diatom biostratigraphy, B2:1-38
NEREID System
boreholes, A3:2-3, 23-25
operation, A3:19-20
NEREID-1, borehole geophysical observatory, A1:9-15
NEREID-2, borehole geophysical observatory, A1:12-15
nitrogen
sediments, A1:10; A4:38; A5:25, 27
See also carbon/nitrogen ratio
nodules, lithologic units, A4:18-19

O

obliquity
core-log integration, B15:9-10
gamma-ray time shift variation, B15:24-25
ocean-borehole seismometers. See seismometers, ocean-borehole
ocean-bottom installation, strainmeters, A3:7-8
Olduvai Subchron, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:4
ooze, diatomaceous
correlation, B8:12
photograph, B8:12
ooze, hemipelagic diatomaceous, lithologic units, A4:15-16
ooze, interbedded diatomaceous, lithologic units, A1:9
opal-A
lithologic units, A4:15-22; A5:9-10, 13
vs. depth, A4:91, 93; A5:53
vs. porosity, A4:144
See also opal-CT/opal-A ratio
opal-A, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:88
opal-CT
diatoms, A4:24
vs. depth, A4:92
opal-CT/opal-A ratio, vs. depth, A4:93
organic matter
degradation, B11:4-6
sediments, A1:13; A5:27
organic matter, marine, accumulation, B11:1-17
overlying plate, coupling with subducting slabs, B1:5-6
overprinting, remanent magnetization, A4:27-32
oxygen isotope stratigraphy, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4, 7
oxygen isotopes, carbonates, B12:3, 5
Oyashio Current
organic matter, B11:6-7
sediments, A5:27
Oyashio Front, paleoceanography, B3:1-21

P

Pacific Ocean NW
biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
Quaternary nannofossils, B5:1-15
Pacific Ocean W, deep oceans, A1:1-37
paleoceanography
calcareous nannofossils, B4:7-9, 19-20; B5:1-15
diatoms, B3:1-21
Miocene-Pliocene, B6:6-7
organic matter, B11:6-7
paleoclimatology
core-log integration, B15:9-10
Miocene-Pliocene, B6:6-7
paleoenvironment, Miocene-Pliocene, B6:6-7
paleointensity, vs. depth, A4:121
paleomagnetism
Site 1150, A4:27-35
Site 1151, A5:22-23
paleotemperature
alkenones, B13:3
paleoceanography, B3:1-21
vs. depth, B13:6
palynomorphs, biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
Panama. See Isthmus of Panama
paramagnetic minerals, magnetic susceptibility, B16:4
pebbles
lithologic units, A4:15-16, 22
number, A4:182-183
vs. depth, A4:78
Peedee formation belemnite, carbon isotopes, B12:3
peridiniacean cysts. See protoperidiniacean cysts
petrography, tephra, B10:22
pH, pore water, B14:5
physical properties
bulk samples, B15:31-36
sediments, A1:10-11
Site 1150, A4:41-49
Site 1151, A5:27-33
vs. depth, A4:47-49; A5:32-33
plane-strain analysis, deformation, B1:7-8
Planolites
lithologic units, A1:10; A4:18-19
photograph, A4:80
tephra, B9:4
plastic broadening, triaxial shear strength, B17:5
plate boundary
forearc basins, B1:2-3
high-resolution geometry, A1:8
plate coupling
length, B1:25
subduction, B1:1-27
plate geometry, changes with time, B1:23
plate motions, subduction zones, A1:5-6
Pleistocene
calcareous nannofossils, B4:4-7
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:6-10
lithologic units, A4:15-16; A5:8-9
tephrochronology, B9:1-29
See also Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
Pliocene
biostratigraphy, A4:23-26; A5:17-21
calcareous nannofossils, B4:4-7
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:6-10
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:4
tephrochronology, B9:1-29
Thalassiosira stratigraphic occurrence, B2:32-33
See also Early Pliocene Problem Subzone; Miocene-Pliocene interval; Miocene/Pliocene boundary
Pliocene, lower
dinoflagellate biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
lithologic units, A4:16-17; A5:9-10
Pliocene, upper, lithologic units, A4:15-16; A5:8-9
Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A1:10
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:4-6
pods, tephra, B9:4-5, 11
pore pressure
vs. time, B17:12
water flux, B1:9
pore water
forearcs, B1:4
geochemistry, A1:10; A4:38-41, 198; A5:115; B14:1-23
sediments, A1:15
porosity
lithologic units, A1:14
sediments, A1:11; A4:45-46, 62-63
vs. carbonate content, A4:144
vs. depth, A4:138, 140-142; A5:81-82; B15:16-20
vs. gamma rays, B15:22
vs. opal-A, A4:144
potassium
alteration, B14:9
pore water, A1:10; A5:26; B1:4; B14:6
sediments, A1:13; A4:39
vs. depth, A4:129; A5:74; B14:18-19
potassium logs, vs. depth, A4:94; A5:84
potassium oxide
glass shards, B9:6
standard deviation, B9:20
tephra, B9:10, 16-17
vs. gamma rays, B15:21
vs. titanium oxide, B9:23-24
See also titanium oxide/potassium oxide ratio
potassium oxide vs. titanium oxide, Japan Trench vs.
Japan tephra, B9:25
potassium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
hemipelagic sediments, B13:4
vs. depth, B13:6
power consumption, systems, A3:17, 40
power distribution modules, seafloor instruments, A3:14
power supply, systems, A3:17-18
precession index
core-log integration, B15:9-10
gamma-ray time shift variation, B15:24-25
precipitation rims, faults, A5:39
principal component analysis, diatoms, B3:5-6, 12, 14, 17-21
productivity, organic matter, B11:6-7
protoperidiniacean cysts, Miocene-Pliocene, B6:6-7
pumice
lithologic units, A5:8-9
photograph, A4:95
tephra, B9:4-5
pumice grains
lithologic units, A4:17, 21-22; A5:14-15
photograph, A5:61
vs. depth, A5:49-50
pumice layers, number, A5:102-103
pyrite
lithologic units, A4:18-19; A5:14
vs. depth, A4:84
pyroxene, lithologic units, A5:12-13
pyrrhotite, rock magnetics, A4:32-35

Q

quartz
lithologic units, A4:19-22; A5:12-13
vs. depth, A4:83, 91; A5:53
quartz, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:88
Quaternary
biostratigraphy, A4:23-26; A5:17-21
diatom age and stratigraphic position, B2:31
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:1-38
Quaternary, upper
alkenones, B13:1-12
nannofossils, B5:1-15
tephrostratigraphy, B10:1-22

R

radiolarians
lithologic units, A1:9; A5:13
vs. depth, A4:82; A5:52
re-entry cones, jet-in test, A4:5-9
reflectance
lithologic units, A5:16
vs. depth, A4:76, 91; A5:48; B8:15
reflection coefficient, correlation, A4:56-57
refractive index, tephra, B9:8-9
relaxation, photograph, B17:11
remagnetization, remanent magnetization, A4:29-30
remanent magnetization
chemical treatment, A4:34-35
sediments, A1:14
remanent magnetization, anhysteretic
demagnetization data, A4:192
magnetic susceptibility, B16:4
paleointensity vs. depth, A4:121
sediments, A4:31-35; A5:112
vs. depth, A4:116-117; A5:68; B16:10-13
remanent magnetization, characteristic, sediments, A4:31-35; A5:22
remanent magnetization, depositional, sediments, A4:31-32
remanent magnetization, isothermal
magnetic intensity vs. acquisition, A4:120
paleointensity vs. depth, A4:121
sediments, A4:33-35
thermal demagnetization, A4:119
remanent magnetization, natural
demagnetization data, A4:192-193
paleointensity vs. depth, A4:121
sediments, A4:27-32; A5:112
vs. depth, A4:116-117; A5:68
remanent magnetization, natural/anhysteretic intensity ratio
sediments, A4:33-35
vs. depth, A5:68
remanent magnetization, natural/isothermal intensity ratio, sediments, A4:33-35
remanent magnetization, postdeposition, sediments, A4:31-32
remanent magnetization, viscous, sediments, A4:33-35
resistivity
sediments, A4:52
structures, B1:16
vs. depth, A4:91, 93
resistivity logs, vs. depth, A4:94; A5:34, 84
resistivity, shallow, vs. spectral gamma rays, A4:152
rheology, deformation, B1:7-8
rifting, stratigraphy, B1:5
rock magnetics, sediments, A4:32-35; B16:1-21

S

salinity
fluid flow, B14:9
pore water, A4:38; A5:25; B14:4, 6
sediments, A1:13, 15
vs. depth, A4:93, 128; A5:73; B14:18-19
salinity, in situ, vs. depth, A4:138
SAM, downhole links, A3:15-16, 35, 38, 45, 51
sand
lithologic units, A4:17-18, 22; A5:8-9
vs. depth, A4:78
sand, authigenic glauconitic, lithologic units, A1:10
sand, glauconitic, photograph, A5:57-58
sand layers
lithologic units, A5:15
number, A5:101
vs. depth, A5:51
sand patches, vs. depth, A5:51
sand/silt grains, number, A4:182-183
Sanriku
alkenones, B13:1-12
biostratigraphy, B6:1-19
core-log integration, B15:1-42
paleoceanography, B3:1-21
seafloor instruments, gateways, A3:11-17
seawater battery, power supply, A3:17-19, 41-43
sediment flux, tectonics, A1:15-16
sedimentary record, core-log integration, B15:1-42
sedimentary rocks, triaxial shear strength, B17:1-19
sedimentation, core-log integration, B15:9-10
sedimentation rates
biostratigraphy, A4:35-37; A5:23-24
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:7-10
forearcs, B1:4
gamma-ray time series, B15:41
gamma-ray time shift variation, B15:24-25
nannofossil datums, B5:4-5
Neogene, A1:10, 13
sediments, A1:15
Site 1150, A4:35-37
Site 1151, A5:23-24, 27
vs. age, A1:33; A4:125; A5:70; B1:19, 26
sediments
histograms, A4:77
organic geochemistry, B11:16, 17
rock magnetics, B16:1-21
triaxial shear strength, B17:1-19
X-ray diffractograms, A4:85-87
sediments, hemipelagic, alkenones, B13:1-12
seismic profiles
Japan Trench, A1:22
Site 1150, A4:70
Site 1151, A5:43-44
seismic sections, synthetic seismograms, A4:155-156
seismicity
forearc basins, B1:2-3
maps, A1:25; A4:157
subduction zones, A1:5-6
thrust zones, B1:15
seismograms, synthetic, vs. depth, A4:153-154
seismometers, ocean-borehole, boreholes, A3:8-9, 30-32
seismometers, PMD, boreholes, A3:9-10
seismometers, sediments, A1:15-16
seismotectonics, forearc basins, B1:2-3
sensors, tiltmeters, A3:11, 33, 50
Shatsky Rise, volcanic ash, A1:8-9
shear planes, triaxial shear strength, B17:5
shear strength, triaxial
sedimentary rocks, B17:1-19
sediments, B17:1-19
shear strength, undrained
sediments, A4:44, 201
vs. depth, A4:137
shearing, dextral, photograph, A5:89
Shikotsu Daiichi tephra, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
signal conditioning, strainmeters, A3:8
silica
diagenesis, B9:7
standard deviation, B9:20
tephra, B9:8-9, 16-17
vs. aluminum oxide, B15:21
vs. sodium oxide, B9:26
See also aluminum oxide/silica ratio
silica, biogenic, alteration, B14:9
silica/aluminum oxide ratio
vs. aluminum oxide, B15:21
vs. depth, B9:22; B15:16-20
vs. diatom valves, B15:21
vs. gamma rays, B15:22
vs. total organic carbon, B15:21
silica/calcium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:10
siliciclastics
histograms, A4:77
lithologic units, A1:9, 13; A4:19-21; A5:12-13
vs. depth, A4:78; A5:52; B16:10
silicoflagellates
lithologic units, A5:13
vs. depth, A4:82
silt
lithologic units, A1:9; A4:22; A5:8-9
vs. depth, A4:78
X-ray diffractograms, A4:86
See also sand/silt grains
silt, clayey, lithologic units, A5:8-9
silt, sandy, lithologic units, A4:15-16
silt layers
lithologic units, A5:15
number, A5:101
vs. depth, A5:51
silt patches, vs. depth, A5:51
siltstone, clayey, lithologic units, A4:17-19
siltstone, lithologic units, A4:17-18
Site 438
age vs. depth, A1:32
chlorinity vs. depth, A1:31
correlation with B7:13-14
sedimentation rates vs. age, A1:33
volcanic ash layers vs. age, A1:34
Site 439, Cretaceous unconformities, A1:4
Site 440, volcanic ash layers vs. age, A1:34
Site 584
age vs. depth, A1:32
Cretaceous unconformities, A1:4
sedimentation rates vs. age, A1:33
Site 799, chlorinity vs. depth, A1:31
Site 1150, A4:1-209
authigenic carbonates, B12:1-6
background and objectives, A4:1-2
biostratigraphy, A4:23-26
borehole instruments, A4:57-59
composite depth scales, B8:1-23
core-log integration, B15:1-42
coring summary, A4:176-178
correlation with Site 438, B7:13-14
deep-sea terraces, A1:9-12
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:6-8
diatoms, B3:4-5
downhole measurements, A4:49-57
fluid geochemistry, B14:1-23
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:3, 11, 15-17
geochemistry, A4:37-41
jet-in test, A4:3-14
lithostratigraphy, A4:14-22; B14:17
marine organic matter, B11:1-17
Neogene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, B4:1-31
operational summary, A1:37
operations, A4:2-3
paleoceanography, B3:1-21
paleomagnetism, A4:27-35
physical properties, A4:41-49
Quaternary nannofossils, B5:1-15
rock magnetics, B16:1-21
sedimentation rates, A4:35-37
site description, A4:1-209
structural geology, A4:60-65
summary, A1:9-12
tephra geochemistry, B9:10-11
triaxial shear strength, B17:1-19
upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:1-22
Site 1151, A5:1-125
alkenones, B13:1-12
authigenic carbonates, B12:1-6
background and objectives, A5:1-2
biostratigraphy, A5:17-21; B2:8-10; B3:5-7; B4:1-31; B6:1-19
borehole instruments, A5:36-37
composite depth scales, B8:1-23
core-log integration, B15:1-42
coring summary, A5:97-99
correlation with Site 438, B7:13-14
deep-sea terraces, A1:12-15
diatom biostratigraphy, B2:8-10
diatoms, B3:5-7
downhole measurements, A5:33-35
fluid geochemistry, B14:1-23
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, B7:3-4, 12, 18-20
geochemistry, A5:25-27
lithostratigraphy, A5:7-17; B14:17
marine organic matter, B11:1-17
Neogene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, B4:1-31
operational summary, A1:37
operations, A5:2-7
paleoceanography, B3:1-21
paleomagnetism, A5:22-23
physical properties, A5:27-33
Quaternary nannofossils, B5:1-15
rock magnetics, B16:1-21
sedimentation rates, A5:23-24
site description, A5:1-125
structural geology, A5:37-40
summary, A1:12-15
tephra geochemistry, B9:9
triaxial shear strength, B17:1-19
upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:1-22
smectite, X-ray diffraction data, vs. depth, A4:88
sodium
alteration, B14:9
pore water, A5:26; B14:5-6
sediments, A1:13; A4:39
vs. depth, A4:129; A5:74; B14:18, 19
sodium oxide
glass shards, B9:6
standard deviation, B9:20
tephra, B9:16-17
vs. silica, B9:26
Spfa-1 tephra, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:4
splice tie points, correlation, B8:23
sponge spicules
lithologic units, A1:9; A4:18-19; A5:13
photograph, A5:56
vs. depth, A4:82; A5:52
stiffness modulus
triaxial shear strength, B17:6
vs. depth, B17:14
strain, vs. stress, B17:16-19
strainmeter interface, seafloor instruments, A3:14-15
strainmeters
boreholes, A3:5-8, 26-29
sediments, A1:15-16
stratigraphy, gamma-ray time series, B15:40
stress
sediments, A4:61-63
vs. strain, B17:16-19
stress, differential, photograph, B17:16-19
stress, total effective vertical, vs. depth, A4:143; A5:83
stress, vertical, sediments, A4:47; A5:31-32
stress fields
arcs, B1:21
deformation, A1:15-16
stress transfer zone, backarcs, B1:6
striations
faults, A5:40
triaxial shear strength, B17:6
strontium
alteration, B14:10-11
pore water, A1:14; A5:26; B14:5
sediments, A4:38-39
vs. depth, A4:129; A5:74; B14:18, 19
structural geology
Site 1150, A4:60-65
Site 1151, A5:37-40
structures
deformation, A5:122
orientation, A4:63
subducting slabs
coupling with overlying plate, B1:5-6, 8-10
thermal structure, B1:7
subduction
deformation, A1:15-16
plate coupling, B1:1-27
subduction angle, volcanic front, B1:6, 10
subduction zones
coupling with overlying plate, B1:5-6
geometry, B1:8
trenches, A1:1-37
subsidence
history, A1:9, 23
trenches, A1:1-37
sulfate
pore water, A1:14; A5:25-27
sediments, A4:38
vs. depth, A4:128; A5:73
sulfate reduction, sediments, A4:39-40
sulfur
hemipelagic sediments, B13:3-4
sediments, A1:10; A4:38; A5:25
vs. depth, A4:127; A5:72

T

tectonic erosion, history, A1:9
tectonics, extensional
convergence, A1:4-5
stratigraphy, B1:5
temperature
vs. depth, A4:150-151; A5:35, 86; B3:11, 13
vs. time, A4:149; A5:85
temperature, in-situ, sediments, A4:204; A5:120
tension gashes, photograph, A5:89
tephra
correlation, B9:8-9
deposition, B9:4-5
lithologic units, A4:15-17; A5:14-15; B10:8-14
petrography, B10:22
Pliocene-Pleistocene distribution, B9:27-28
vs. depth, A4:78
tephra, bioturbated, photograph, A5:60
tephra, primary
lithologic units, A5:8-9
photograph, A5:59
tephra, reworked, lithologic units, A4:15-16
tephrochronology, Pliocene-Pleistocene, B9:1-29
tephrostratigraphy
Pliocene-Pleistocene, B9:1-29
upper Quaternary, B10:1-22
Thalassiosira trifulta group, diatom biostratigraphy, B2:11
thermal conductivity
sediments, A4:43, 199; A5:29, 116
vs. depth, A4:133; A5:78
thermal structure, subducting slab, B1:7
thermal subsidence, stratigraphy, B1:5
thorium logs, vs. depth, A4:94; A5:84
three-component instrument, strainmeters, A3:7, 29
tie points, sediments, B15:39
tiltmeters, boreholes, A3:10-11, 33-34
titanium oxide
tephra, B9:16-17
vs. potassium oxide, B9:23-24
See also iron oxide/titanium oxide ratio
titanium oxide/aluminum oxide ratio
hemipelagic sediments, B13:4
vs. depth, B13:6
titanium oxide/magnesium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:10
titanium oxide/potassium oxide ratio, tephra, B9:9-10
To-H tephra, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
Tohoku, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
Towada Caldera, upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
trench axis, forearc basins, B1:3
trenches, drilling, A1:1-37
Tsugaru Strait, paleoceanography, B3:1-21
Tsugaru Warm Current, paleoceanography, B3:1-21

U

unconformities
Cretaceous, A1:4; B1:3
See also hiatuses
underthrusting, convergent margin, A1:4-5
uplifts, backarcs, B1:5
uranium logs, vs. depth, A4:94; A5:84

V

velocity
lithologic units, A1:14
plate motions, A1:6
structures, B1:16
unconformities, A1:5
vs. depth, A4:153-154
velocity, sonic, lithologic units, A4:51-52
velocity logs, vs. depth, A4:94, 158; A5:34-35, 84, 87
viscosity, thermal structure, B1:7
void ratio, vs. depth, A4:138, 140; A5:81-82
volcanic ash
alteration, B14:9
backarcs, B1:5
correlation, B8:12, 22
lithologic units, A1:9; A4:18-19, 21-22; A5:8-9, 14-15
number of layers, A4:180-181
patch frequency, B1:18
photograph, A4:96-99; B8:12
temporal distribution, B9:7-8
vs. depth, A5:49-50
volcanic ash, bioturbated
photograph, A4:98
vs. depth, A5:49-50
volcanic ash, reworked
photograph, A4:97, 99
vs. depth, A5:49-50
volcanic ash, rhyolitic-dacitic, derivation, A1:8-9
volcanic ash layers
number, A5:102-103
vs. age, A1:34
volcanic ash patches, photograph, A5:60
volcanic front
migration, B1:22
subduction angle, B1:6
volcanic glass
lithologic units, A1:9; A4:17-18; A5:9-11
vs. depth, A4:84
volcaniclastics
frequency in tephra pods and layers, B9:19, 29
histograms, A4:77
lithologic units, A4:21-22; A5:13-14; B10:15-18
tephrochronology, B9:1-29
vs. depth, A4:78
volcanigenic component, vs. depth, A5:52
volcanism
eruptions, A1:4
forearcs, B1:4, 10
tectonics, A1:15-16
upper Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, B10:3-4
vs. age, B1:26
volume change, vs. time, B17:13

W

water content, vs. depth, A5:81-82
water content, solid mass, vs. depth, A4:138-139; A5:81-82
water content, total mass, vs. depth, A4:138-139; A5:81-82
water flux, coupling, B1:8-9
well-logging
sediments, A1:12, 14-15
summary, A4:145, 203; A5:119

X

X-ray diffraction data
sediments, A4:85-87, 179; A5:100
vs. depth, A5:53-55

Z

zonation
calcareous nannofossils, B4:4-7, 21
diatoms, A1:10; B2:3-5, 22, 24
Zoophycos
lithologic units, A1:10; A4:18-19
photograph, A4:81
tephra, B9:4

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