Figures F1-F28
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F1. Examples of numbered core sections.

F2. Example barrel sheet.

F3. Lithology/lithologic component symbols.

F4. Sedimentary structure and disturbance symbols.

F5. Classes of granular sediment.

F6. Grain-size scale for siliciclastic sediment.

F7. Diagram for naming siliciclastic sediment.

F8. Grain shape comparitor.

F9. Visual percentage estimation.

F10. Geochronologic units, nannofossil zonations, and magnetic polarity timescale.

F11. Nongeneric classification of volcanic deposits.

F12. Generic classification of volcanic deposits.

F13. Drawing illustrating eruption processes.

F14. Structure of pahoehoe sheet lobes.

F15. Structure of a'a flow.

F16. Structure of rubbly pahoehoe flow.

F17. Growth stages of a pahoehoe sheet lobe.

F18. Igneous texture/structure definitions.

F19. Example of the alteration log.

F20. Example of the vein log.

F21. Magnetic direction convention.

F22. Expected VGP scatter with latitude.

F23. Geomagnetic timescale.

F24. Triple combo and FMS/sonic tool strings.

F25. Schematic diagram of the FMS.

F26. The GBM and the sensor of the magnetic susceptibility tool.

F27. Specifications of the fiber-optic rate sensor.

F28. Dependence of the rotation rate of the Earth.

Table T1-T13

T1. Ages of calcareous nannofossil datums.

T2. Characteristics of basalt lava types.

T3. General terminology for lavas.

T4. Lobe structures.

T5. Igneous texture/structure.

T6. ICP-AES parameters.

T7. USGS standards.

T8. Abbreviations used in alteration and vein logs.

T9. Ages for normal polarity magnetic chrons.

T10. Application of logging tools.

T11. Acronyms and units of logging tools.

T12. Goettingen Borehole Magnetometer specifications.

T13. Susceptibility tool specifications.

Figures F1-F28
Table T1-T13