SUBJECT INDEX

A

acceleration logs. See horizontal acceleration logs; normalized vertical tool acceleration logs
age vs. depth
control points, A1:107–111; A3:90–91; A4:86; A5:71–72; A6:105–106; A7:77–78; A8:74–76
sedimentation rates, A3:47; A4:50; A5:40; A6:58; A7:47; A8:47
Site 1262, A3:60
age vs. depth models
mass accumulation rates, A5:73
Site 1262, A3:23, 92
Site 1263, A4:25, 87
Site 1264, A5:19
Site 1265, A6:31, 107
Site 1266, A7:24–25
Site 1267, A8:25, 77
Walvis Ridge, A1:93
age-depth tie points, magnetostratigraphy, A3:84; A4:80; A5:65; A6:98; A7:73; A8:71; B4:17–22
algae. See calcareous algae
algae, photosynthetic, chromatograms, A5:16
alkalinity
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14, 48; A6:22; A7:21; A8:22
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
alkanes. See anteiso-alkanes; n-alkanes
alkenone isotope approach, carbon dioxide partial pressure, A1:57
alkenones, chromatograms, A6:25
anaerobic activity, pore water, A4:19–20
Angola Basin, geology, A1:4–5
Antarctic Bottom Water
Cenozoic, B1:5
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:18
Neogene, A1:10–11
anteiso-alkanes
chromatograms, A3:22–23; A5:16
sediments, A4:21
astronomical timescale
cyclostratigraphy, B1:6–7
Neogene, A1:10–11
See also eccentricity; orbital cycles; orbital rhythms; precession
Atlantic Ocean S, geology, A1:1–112

B

bacteria. See cyanobacteria
barium
pore water, A3:21; A4:19; A5:15; A6:23; A7:22; A8:23
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
bathymetry
Walvis Ridge, A1:52–54
See also paleobathymetry
bedding contacts, photograph, A6:47
Benguelan system, upwelling, A1:11
benthic extinction event
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:19; A7:17–18; A8:19
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:11, 16; A6:13
bioevents, Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:11–12
biohorizons
stable isotopes, B1:46
See also N1 biohorizon; N2 biohorizon; N3 biohorizon; N5 biohorizon
biomarkers, terrestrial, carbon isotopes, B5:9
biostratigraphy
lower Cenozoic, A1:26–30
Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:11
Site 1262, A3:9–17
Site 1263, A4:8–15
Site 1264, A5:6–12
Site 1265, A6:10–19
Site 1266, A7:9–18
Site 1267, A8:9–20
bioturbation, lithologic units, A3:6–9
blebs
lithologic units, A3:8; A6:6–10
photograph, A4:46
Bolivina Acme Event
lower Miocene, A1:40–41; B1:17–21
magnetic susceptibility, A1:105
Miocene seismic data, B6:9
seismic data, B6:9
boron
dissolution, A5:51
pore water, A3:21; A4:19; A5:15; A6:23; A7:22; A8:23
sediments, A5:17–18
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48, 51; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
boron isotope approach, carbon dioxide partial pressure, A1:57
Brunhes Chron, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18

C

calcareous algae, Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:14–15
calcite
lithologic units, A6:9
X-ray diffraction data, A6:46
calcium
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22–23; A7:21; A8:22
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
See also lithium/calcium ratio
caliper logs
summary, A6:72
vs. depth, A6:73
Campanian–Holocene sequence, ooze and chalk, A1:1–112
Cape Basin, geology, A1:4–5
capture cross section logs, vs. depth, A4:62; A6:76
carbon, global warming, B1:20
carbon, inorganic, sediments, A3:87–88; A6:101
carbon, organic, sediments, A3:22, 87–88; A4:20–21, 83–84; A5:16, 66–68; A7:23, 75–76
carbon, total, sediments, A3:87–88; A4:83–84; A5:66–68; A7:75–76
carbon dioxide
partial pressure vs. age, A1:57
seawater, B1:20
carbon isotope excursion
Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:12–16
shoaling, B1:20
carbon isotope stratigraphy, compound-specific, Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:13–14
carbon isotopes
box model simulation, A1:59
bulk sediments, B1:44
Cenozoic, A1:56
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:41
early Oligocene Glacial Maximum, A1:61
magnetic susceptibility, B1:47
n-alkanes, B1:13–14, 45; B5:1–11
terrestrial biomarkers, B5:9
Upper Cretaceous–lower Paleogene sequence, A1:62
urea adduction, B5:6–7
vs. age, A1:58
vs. depth, A1:60
carbon number
carbon preference index, B5:3–4
chromatograms, A7:24
gas chromatograms, B5:8
carbon preference index, Paleocene/Eocene boundary, B5:3–4
carbonate compensation depth
carbonate content, B1:9–21
Cretaceous, B1:9–10
Eocene/Oligocene boundary, A1:8
mid-Paleocene biotic event, B1:10
Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:12–13
shoaling, A1:2; B1:20
See also lysocline
carbonate content
biohorizons, B1:14–15
carbonate compensation depth, B1:9–21
coarse fraction, B1:51
composite digital images, A3:42
contours, A1:96
Eocene Thermal Maximum-3, B1:16
lithologic units, A3:5–9; A5:4–6
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A6:69; B1:43
Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:11–12
Paleocene–Eocene transition, A1:99–100
pelagic sediments, A1:4–5
sediments, A3:22, 87–88; A4:20, 83–84; A5:16, 66–68; A6:24–25, 101; A7:23, 75–76; A8:73
vs. composite depth, A3:58; A4:59
vs. depth, A3:31, 33, 38; A4:34, 36, 48; A5:30, 49; A6:42, 56, 69; A7:34, 44–45, 58; A8:33, 35, 42, 57
vs. reflectance, A3:38
Cenozoic
cyclostratigraphy, A1:11
paleoceanography, A1:32–33
paleoclimatology, B1:1–55
seawater chemical evolution, B1:19–20
See also Campanian–Holocene sequence
Cenozoic, lower, stratigraphy, A1:1–112
chalk
Campanian–Holocene, A1:1–112
lithologic units, A4:8
chalk, clay-bearing foraminifer nannofossil, lithologic units, A8:7–9
chalk, clay-bearing nannofossil, lithologic units, A8:7–9
chalk, nannofossil, lithologic units, A7:7–9; A8:7–9
chert, resistivity logs, A6:82
chloride
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:22
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
chromaticity
composite digital images, A3:41–42; A4:43
lithologic units, A6:6–10
vs. depth, A3:33; A4:36, 41, 48; A5:30, 35, 38; A6:42, 50, 53, 55–56; A7:32, 34, 39, 41, 45; A8:35, 39, 42, 44
vs. reflectance, A3:38
See also lightness; reflectance
chromaticity, blue-yellow, vs. depth, A5:28
chromaticity, red-green, composite digital images, A3:42
Chron C1n, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18
Chron C1r.1n, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18
Chron C2An, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18; A7:20
Chron C2n
magnetostratigraphy, B1:6–7
sediments, A3:18; A8:20
stratigraphy, A1:31
Chron C3n, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21; A7:20
Chron C5En, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C5n, magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
Chron C6AAn, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C6AAr, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C6AAr.1n, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C6Cn
magnetostratigraphy, A6:21; A7:20; B1:6
stratigraphy, A1:31
Chron C6n, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C7n, magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
Chron C8n, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C9n, magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
Chron C12aB, magnetostratigraphy, A3:19
Chron C12n, magnetostratigraphy, A4:17; A7:20
Chron C12r, magnetostratigraphy, A3:19
Chron C13n
carbonate content, B1:17
sediments, A3:19; A4:17; A6:21; A7:20; A8:21
Chron C20n, magnetostratigraphy, sediments, A8:21
Chron C22n, magnetostratigraphy, sediments, A8:21
Chron C22r, lower Eocene, A1:42
Chron C24n
carbon isotope excursion, B1:20
composite digital images, A6:55; A7:45
Eocene Thermal Maximum-2, B1:15–16
lower Eocene, A1:42
sediments, A3:19; A7:20; A8:21
seismic data, B6:6
Chron C24n clay layer event, critical events, A1:37–38
Chron C24r
carbon isotope excursion, B1:20
magnetostratigraphy, A6:22; A7:20; B1:6–7
stratigraphy, A1:31
Chron C24r/C24n boundary, magnetostratigraphy, B4:4
Chron C25n, magnetostratigraphy, A3:19; A6:22
Chron C26n, magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
Chron C29n, magnetostratigraphy, A3:19
Chron C29r
magnetostratigraphy, A3:19
stratigraphy, A1:31
Chron C31n, magnetostratigraphy, sediments, A8:21
chronostratigraphy
Cenozoic, B1:6–19
lower Cenozoic, A1:26–30
clay
composite digital images, A7:45
lithologic units, A3:6–7; A4:6–8; A5:5; A6:9–10; A7:6–9; A8:5–6
vs. depth, A3:30; A4:37; A5:31; A6:43; A7:35; A8:36
clay, ash-bearing, lithologic units, A3:6–7; A8:7
clay, ash-bearing nannofossil, lithologic units, A8:7
clay, ashy, lithologic units, A8:7–9
clay, clay-bearing nannofossil, lithologic units, A8:5–6
clay, hematite-bearing, lithologic units, A8:5–6
clay, nannofossil, lithologic units, A3:6–7; A8:5–9
clay horizon, composite digital images, A3:41
clay minerals
lithologic units, A6:6–10
X-ray diffraction data, A6:51
coarse fraction, carbonate content, B1:51
Cobb Mountain Subchron, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18
coercivity
demagnetization, A4:17
sediments, B4:4–6
color, Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A3:43
color, red-green-blue, composite digital images, A3:40
color banding, lithologic units, A3:5–9; A4:6–8; A5:5–6; A6:6–10; A7:5–9; A8:5–9
composite depth
Site 1262, A3:4–5
Site 1263, A4:4–5
Site 1264, A5:3
Site 1265, A6:4–5
Site 1266, A7:4
Site 1267, A8:4
vs. carbonate content, A3:58
vs. gamma ray logs, A6:77
vs. offsets, A3:29; A4:33; A5:27; A6:39; A7:31; A8:32
composite depth, meters, equivalent logging depth, A6:103
composite depth scale
Site 1262, A3:62
Site 1263, A4:71
Site 1264, A5:56
Site 1265, A6:89
Site 1266, A7:64
Site 1267, A8:62
composite digital images
chromaticity, A4:43
Chron C24n, A6:55
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, A8:45
cyclic sedimentation, A7:42; A8:40
early Eocene Chron 24n clay layer Y, A1:101
Eocene/Oligocene boundary, A8:41
Eocene–Oligocene transition, A1:102–103; A6:50
lower Eocene Chron C24n red clay layer, A7:45
mid-Paleocene biotic event, A1:98
oscillatory patterns, A6:48
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A6:56; A7:44; A8:42, 44
Paleocene–Eocene transition, A1:99–100
slump folding, A7:43
compressional wave velocity
correlation with seismic data, B6:4–5
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A8:43
vs. bulk density, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
vs. core density, A6:83
vs. depth, A3:32, 35; A4:35, 38; A5:28–29; A6:44; A7:33, 36, 38; A8:37, 43
vs. downhole density, A6:83
whole-core multisensor track logger and split-core transducer comparison, A3:37; A4:40; A5:34
compressional wave velocity logs, vs. depth, A4:64; A6:76, 78
concretions, oxides, A5:5–6
contacts, angular, photograph, A4:42
core-log integration, vs. depth, A4:64; A6:78
cores, recovery, A1:66, 70, 73, 76, 79, 83
correlation, synthetic seismograms, B6:18
Cretaceous, Upper
biostratigraphy, A1:30
magnetostratigraphy, B1:36; B4:12
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
biostratigraphy, A1:30
carbon isotopes, A1:62
composite depth, A3:5
composite digital images, A8:45
critical events, A1:33–35; B1:8–10
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:15
lithologic units, A8:8–9
magnetic susceptibility and reflectance, B1:39
magnetostratigraphy, A1:85; B4:12–13
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:12; A8:12–13
photograph, A3:45
seismic data, B6:10–11
stable isotopes, B1:41
stratigraphy, A1:1–112
Cretaceous/Tertiary mass extinction, oceanic recovery, A1:9
cyanobacteria, chromatograms, A5:16
cyclic processes, sedimentation, A1:5
cyclostratigraphy
Cenozoic, A1:11
chronostratigraphy, B1:6–7
lower Cenozoic, A1:31–32
Neogene, A1:10–11
sediments, A8:20–21
vs. depth, A4:66

D

Danian, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:16–17
deepwater circulation, Paleogene, A1:9–10
demagnetization
coercivity, A4:17
vector plots, A4:51
demagnetization, alternating-field
discrete samples, A3:56
vectors, B4:10
demagnetization, thermal, vectors, B4:11
density, bulk
vs. compressional wave velocity, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
vs. depth, A3:35; A4:38, 44–45, 47; A5:32; A6:44–45; A7:36–37; A8:37–38
vs. grain density, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
vs. porosity, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
density, core
vs. compressional wave velocity, A6:83
vs. downhole density, A4:67; A6:83
vs. sonic velocity, A4:67
density, downhole
vs. compressional wave velocity, A6:83
vs. core density, A4:67; A6:83
vs. sonic velocity, A4:67
density, gamma ray attenuation bulk
correlation with seismic data, B6:4
Eocene–Oligocene sequence, A1:102–103
vs. depth, A3:32; A4:35; A5:29; A6:41; A7:33; A8:34
vs. moisture and density method bulk density, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
density, grain
vs. bulk density, A3:36; A4:39, 41; A5:33, 35; A6:45, 53; A7:37; A8:38
vs. depth, A3:35; A4:38; A5:32; A6:44; A7:36, 39; A8:37, 39
density, moisture and density method bulk, vs. gamma ray attenuation bulk density, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
density logs
vs. depth, A4:63; A6:78
See also formation density logs
deposition, history, A1:32–33
diagenesis
lithologic units, A7:6
magnetic intensity, A5:13
pore water, A4:19–20
silica, A6:54
dinoflagellates, lithologic units, A6:8
dissolution
biostratigraphy, A8:9–20
boron, A5:51
inductively coupled plasma–atomic emission spectroscopy data, A5:69–70
lithologic units, A3:5–9; A6:9; A7:7–9; A8:6
methane, B1:20
nannofossils, B3:3
strontium, A5:52
downhole measurements
Site 1263, A4:21–25
Site 1265, A6:25–31

E

early Eocene Chron 24n clay layer Y, composite digital images, A1:101
early Eocene Climatic Optimum, stratigraphy, A1:1–6
early Oligocene Braarudosphaera blooms, critical events, A1:39–40
early Oligocene Glacial Maximum
critical events, A1:38–39; B1:16–17
stable isotopes, A1:61; B1:50
stratigraphy, A1:1–6, 8
eccentricity
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:40
cyclostratigraphy, B1:6–7, 37–38
Elmo event
foraminiferal stable isotopes, B1:48–49
seismic data, B6:10
See also Eocene Thermal Maximum-2
Eocene
biostratigraphy, A1:28–29
chromatograms, A8:24–25
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:12–13; A6:16; A7:14–15; A8:15
lithologic units, A3:7–9; A4:6–8; A6:6–10; A8:5–9
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:11; A4:10; A6:12; A7:11–12; A8:11–12
unconformities, A1:5; A7:11
See also early Eocene Chron 24n clay layer Y; early Eocene Climatic Optimum; Elmo event; Eocene Thermal Maximum-2; Eocene Thermal Maximum-3; Paleocene/Eocene boundary; Paleo-cene–Eocene dissolution interval; Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum; Paleocene–Eocene transition
Eocene, lower
composite digital images, A7:45
cycles, B1:37
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:13–14
magnetostratigraphy, A1:85; B4:12–13
Eocene, lower/middle boundary, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:16
Eocene, middle
glaciation, A1:8
ion chromatograms, A5:50
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A7:11
Eocene, middle/upper boundary, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:16
Eocene, upper
magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A7:11
Eocene/Oligocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A1:28
carbonate content, B1:51
composite digital images, A3:40; A8:41
critical events, A1:38–39; B1:16–17
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:13; A4:12; A6:15
lithologic units, A8:6
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:10–11; A4:10; A6:12; A7:11
seismic data, B6:9–10
stratigraphy, A1:8, 43
Eocene–Oligocene transition
biostratigraphic datums, Leg 208, A1:112
composite digital images, A1:102–103; A6:50
lithologic units, A6:6–10
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A7:11
Eocene dissolution event, lithologic units, A8:8
Eocene Thermal Maximum-2
carbonate content, B1:15–16
Chron C24n, B1:15–16
See also Elmo event
Eocene Thermal Maximum-3, carbonate content, B1:16
eolian transport, grain-size distribution, B2:1–13

F

foraminifers, benthic
biostratigraphy, A3:15–17; A4:14–15; A5:10–12; A6:17–19; A7:15–18; A8:17–20
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, A1:62
lithium/calcium ratio, B1:54
lithologic units, A4:6–8; A5:4–6; A6:6–10; A8:5–9
occurrence, A3:80–83; A4:79; A5:63–64; A6:97; A7:72; A8:70
paleobathymetry, A7:46; A8:46
preservation, B1:40
stable isotopes, A1:56, 58; B1:48–49
vs. depth, A3:30; A4:34, 37; A5:31; A6:40, 43; A7:32, 35; A8:36
zonation, A4:49; A5:39; A6:57
foraminifers, bolivinid biserial, lower Miocene, B1:18
foraminifers, planktonic
biostratigraphy, A3:12–15; A4:11–13; A5:9–10; A6:13–17; A7:12–15; A8:13–17
datums, A3:67; A4:77; A5:60; A6:95; A7:70; A8:68
Eocene–Oligocene transition datums, Leg 208, A1:112
light microscope images, A6:68
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A1:60
stratigraphic ranges and relative abundances, A3:74–79; A4:78; A5:62; A6:96; A7:71; A8:69
zonation, A3:46; A4:49; A5:39; A6:57; A7:46; A8:46
formation density logs, vs. depth, A4:62; A6:76
Formation MicroScanner imagery, operations, A4:61
Formation MicroScanner imagery logs
summary, A6:72
vs. depth, A4:66; A6:74–75, 80–82

G

gamma ray logs
vs. composite depth, A6:77
vs. depth, A4:62–64; A6:74–78, 80–81
gamma rays
composite digital images, A3:40
vs. depth, A3:31–32; A4:34–35, 44–45, 47; A5:29, 38; A6:41; A7:32–33; A8:33–34, 41
gas hydrates, dissolution, B1:20
gases, headspace
composition, A3:85; A4:81
sediments, A6:99
GeoB01-048, seismic profiles, B1:34
geochemistry
Site 1262, A3:19–23
Site 1263, A4:17–21
Site 1264, A5:14–19
Site 1265, A6:22–25
Site 1266, A7:21–24
Site 1267, A8:21–25
geothermal gradient, Paleogene, A1:9–10
glacial–interglacial cycles, lithologic units, A3:5–6
glaciation
Cenozoic stable isotopes, A1:56
middle Eocene–lower Oligocene sequence, A1:8
glass shards, lithologic units, A3:6–7
global warming, Paleocene/Eocene boundary, B1:20
Globigerinatheka sand
Site 1263, A4:12
Site 1266, A7:14–15
grain size
distribution, B1:47; B2:1–13
rock magnetism, A3:19
gravity-flow deposits
lithologic units, A6:6–10
photograph, A6:47
gravity flows
lithologic units, A7:6–9
photograph, A3:39
Greenland-Scotland Ridge, lower Miocene, B1:18
greigite, magnetic intensity, A5:13

H

hematite
lithologic units, A8:5–7
remanent magnetization, B4:16
hemipelagic environment, grain-size distribution, B2:5–6
hexane eluates
chromatograms, A6:25
mass chromatograms, A6:70
mass spectra, A6:71
hiatuses, photograph, A4:42
Holocene. See Campanian–Holocene sequence
horizontal acceleration logs, vs. depth, A6:73
hydrocarbons
chromatograms, A3:89
Groups A and B, A6:25
hydrocarbons, aliphatic
chromatograms, A6:25; A7:23–24
mass chromatograms, A7:59–60; A8:58
hydrocarbons, extractable
chromatograms, A3:22–23; A5:16; A6:25; A7:23–24; A8:24–25
sediments, A4:21
hydrocarbons, volatile, sediments, A3:19–20; A4:17; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:21
hyperthermals, magnetochrons, B1:21
hysteresis, discrete samples, B4:15

I

illite, X-ray diffraction data, A6:51
induration, lithologic units, A4:6–8
iron
pore water, A3:21; A4:19–20; A5:15; A6:24; A7:22; A8:23
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:41, 58; A5:35, 48; A6:53, 67; A7:39, 57; A8:39, 56
iron-manganese oxides, magnetic intensity, A5:13
iron oxides
lithologic units, A3:8; A8:8–9
magnetic intensity, A5:13
iron sulfides, magnetic intensity, A5:13
isoprenoids, chromatograms, A3:22–23; A5:16; A6:25; A7:23–24; A8:24–25

J

jacobsite, magnetic intensity, A5:13
Jaramillo Subchron, magnetostratigraphy, A3:18

K

kaolinite, X-ray diffraction data, A6:51

L

Leg 208, operations summary, A1:106
lightness
composite depth, A3:4–5; A4:4–5; A6:4–5; A8:4
composite digital images, A3:40
cycles, A3:34
lithologic units, A4:8
vs. depth, A4:34, 36, 43–45, 47; A5:30, 36; A6:40, 42, 48–50, 52; A7:32, 34, 42; A8:33, 35, 40–41
vs. magnetic susceptibility, A6:49
See also chromaticity; reflectance
limestone, lithologic units, A4:8
lithiophorite
lithologic units, A6:9
X-ray diffraction data, A5:37; A6:46
lithium
pore water, A3:21; A4:19; A5:15; A6:23; A7:22; A8:22
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
lithium/calcium ratio
foraminifers, B1:54
seawater, B1:19–20
lithium isotopes, seawater, B1:19–20
lithologic units
Site 1262, A3:5–9
Site 1263, A4:6–8
Site 1264, A5:4–6
Site 1265, A6:6–10
Site 1266, A7:5–9
Site 1267, A8:5–9
Unit I, A3:5–6; A4:6–8; A5:4; A6:6; A7:5–6; A8:5
Unit II, A3:6–7; A5:4–6; A6:6–10; A7:6–7; A8:5–7
Unit III, A3:8–9; A7:7–9; A8:7–9
lithostratigraphy
mass accumulation rates, A1:95
Site 1262, A3:5–9
Site 1263, A4:5–8, 73
Site 1264, A5:3–6
Site 1265, A6:5–10
Site 1266, A7:4–9
Site 1267, A8:4–9
summary, A1:65, 69, 72, 75, 78, 82; A3:30–33, 64; A4:34–38, 41, 65; A5:28–32, 35, 58; A6:40–42, 44, 53, 91; A7:32–36, 39, 66; A8:33–37, 39, 64
lysocline
carbonate content, B1:9–21
lithologic units, A8:5–9
stratigraphy, A1:38–39
vs. time, A1:59
See also carbonate compensation depth

M

Maastrichtian
chromatograms, A8:24–25
critical events, B1:9
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:16–17
lithologic units, A3:9; A8:7–9
magnetostratigraphy, A1:85
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A8:13
magnesium
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:23; A7:21; A8:22
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
magnetic declination, discrete samples, B4:14
magnetic domains, discrete samples, B4:15
magnetic inclination
magnetostratigraphy, B4:3–4
vs. depth, A3:48, 51–55; A4:52, 54–57; A5:44–47; A6:59, 64–66; A7:48, 52–56; A8:51–55
magnetic intensity
remanent magnetization, A3:18; A4:16; A6:21; A7:19–20; A8:20, 48
sediments, A5:13
vs. depth, A3:48–49; A4:53; A5:41; A6:59–60; A7:48–49
magnetic susceptibility
bolivinids event, A1:105
carbon isotopes, B1:47
composite depth, A3:4–5; A4:4–5, 30–31; A5:25–26; A6:4–5, 37; A7:30; A8:4, 30
composite digital images, A3:40–42
core differential stretching, A4:32
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:39
cycles, A3:34
depth scale representation, A1:90–92
early Eocene Chron 24n clay layer Y, A1:101
Eocene/Oligocene boundary, A4:43
Eocene–Oligocene sequence, A1:102–103
mid-Paleocene biotic event, A1:98
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A3:43–44; A4:31
Paleocene–Eocene transition, A1:99–100
vs. depth, A4:32, 34–35, 44–45, 47–48, 65; A5:28–29, 36, 38, 42; A6:40–41, 49–50, 52, 56, 61; A7:32–33, 42, 44–45; A8:33–34, 40–41, 44–45, 49
vs. lightness, A6:49
magnetite
magnetic intensity, A5:13
remanent magnetization, B4:16
rock magnetism, A3:19
magnetochrons, hyperthermals, B1:21
magnetostratigraphy
age-depth tie points, A3:84; A4:80; A5:65; A6:98; A7:73; A8:71; B4:17–22
Cenozoic, A7:20
chronostratigraphy, B1:6
chrons, A3:18–19
lower Cenozoic, A1:30–31
magnetic inclination, A6:64–66; B4:3–4
Miocene/Pliocene boundary, A6:21
Paleocene and Upper Cretaceous, B1:36
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A6:66
sediments, A4:16–17; A5:13, 44–47; A6:21–22; A7:52–56; A8:20–21; B4:1–24
vs. depth, A1:85; A3:51–55; A4:54–57; A8:51–55
manganese
pore water, A3:21; A4:19–20; A5:15; A6:23–24; A7:22; A8:23
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:41, 58; A5:35, 48; A6:53, 67; A7:39, 57; A8:39, 56
manganese oxides
digital image, A7:40
light microscope images, A6:68
lithologic units, A7:5–6
See also iron-manganese oxides
mass accumulation rates
age vs. depth models, A3:23, 92; A4:87; A5:19, 73
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:8, 42
lithostratigraphy, A1:95
Paleocene/Eocene boundary, A6:31–32
Site 1262, A3:23
Site 1263, A4:25
Site 1264, A5:19
Site 1265, A6:31–32, 107
Site 1266, A7:24–25, 79
Site 1267, A8:25–26
unconformities, A1:5; A7:24–25
vs. age, A1:66, 70, 73, 76, 79, 83, 94, 96; A3:60; A4:25, 68; A5:53; A6:86; A7:61; A8:59, 77
mass chromatograms, hexane eluates, A6:70
mass spectra, hexane eluates, A6:71
Maxwell marker, stratigraphy, A1:39
median destructive field, remanent magnetization, A3:19
methane
dissolution, B1:20
sediments, A3:19–20; A4:17; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:21
Mi-1 glaciation, Cenozoic stable isotopes, A1:56
micronodules, manganese oxide, digital image, A7:40
microresistivity logs, vs. depth, A4:66; A6:80–82
mid-Paleocene biotic event
composite digital images, A1:98
critical events, A1:35; B1:10
Milankovitch cycles, Neogene, A1:10–11
mineralogy, magnetostratigraphy, B4:1–24
Miocene
biostratigraphy, A1:27–28
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:11–12; A5:10; A6:14; A7:13–14
lithologic units, A3:5–7; A4:6–8; A5:5–6; A6:6–10; A7:5–7; A8:5–7
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:9; A5:8; A6:11; A7:10–11
See also Miocene/Pliocene boundary; Oligocene/Miocene boundary; Oligocene–Pleistocene sequence
Miocene, lower
biostratigraphy, A5:10
bolivinid abundance, A1:39–40; B1:17–19
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:14
ion chromatograms, A5:50
magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A6:11
Miocene, lower/middle boundary, biostratigraphy, A5:10
Miocene, middle, nannofossil biostratigraphy, A6:11
Miocene, upper
ion chromatograms, A5:50
lithologic units, A6:6
magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
Miocene–Oligocene sequence
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:14
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A8:11
Miocene/Pliocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A5:8
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A7:13
magnetostratigraphy, A6:21
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A7:10; A8:10
mottling, lithologic units, A6:9

N

n-alkanes
carbon isotopes, B1:13–14, 45; B5:1–11
chromatograms, A3:22–23; A5:16; A6:25; A7:23–24; A8:24–25
gas chromatograms, A3:59
mass chromatograms, A7:59–60; A8:58
n-alkanes, long-chain, distribution, B5:3–4
N1 biohorizon, calcareous algae, B1:14–15
N2 biohorizon, calcareous algae, B1:14–15
N3 biohorizon
calcareous algae, B1:14–15
Paleocene/Eocene boundary biostratigraphy, B3:3
N5 biohorizon, calcareous algae, B1:15
nannofossils, calcareous
biostratigraphy, A3:10–12; A4:9–11; A5:7–9; A6:10–13; A7:9–12; A8:10–13
datums, A3:65–66; A4:74–75; A5:59; A6:92–93; A7:67–68; A8:65–66
dissolution, B3:3
Eocene–Oligocene transition datums, Leg 208, A1:112
lithologic units, A3:6–7; A4:6–8; A5:4–6; A6:6–10; A8:5–9
Paleocene/Eocene boundary biostratigraphy, B3:1–9
photomicrograph, A1:104
stratigraphic ranges and relative abundances, A3:68–73; A4:76; A5:61; A6:94; A7:69; A8:67
vs. depth, A3:30; A4:37; A5:28, 31; A6:43; A7:35; A8:36
zonation, A3:46; A4:49; A5:39; A6:57; A7:46; A8:46
neodymium isotopes, vs. age, B1:52
Neogene, paleoceanography, A1:10–11
Neogene, upper, photograph, A4:42
nodules
lithologic units, A7:5–6
See also micronodules
nodules, chert, lithologic units, A4:8
nodules, manganese oxide
geochemistry, A6:24
light microscope images, A6:68
nodules, "proto-chert," X-ray diffraction data, A6:54
normalized vertical tool acceleration logs, vs. depth, A6:73
North Atlantic Deep Water
Cenozoic, B1:5
Neogene, A1:10–11
See also proto-North Atlantic Deep Water
Northern Component Water, lower Miocene, B1:18

O

Oi-1 glaciation, Cenozoic stable isotopes, A1:56
Oligocene
biostratigraphy, A1:28
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:12; A5:10; A6:15; A7:14
lithologic units, A3:6–7; A4:6–8; A5:5–6; A6:6–10; A7:6–9; A8:5–7
magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:9–10; A5:8–9; A6:11–12
unconformities, A1:5
See also early Oligocene Braarudosphaera blooms; early Oligocene Glacial Maximum; Eocene/Oligocene boundary; Eocene–Oligocene transition; Miocene–Oligocene sequence
Oligocene, lower
glaciation, A1:8
nannofossils, A1:104
Oligocene, lower/upper boundary, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:15
Oligocene, upper
biostratigraphy, A5:10
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:14
Oligocene, upper/lower boundary, biostratigraphy, A5:10
Oligocene/Miocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A5:10
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:145; A7:14
magnetostratigraphy, A6:21; A7:20; B1:6
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A6:11; A7:11
Oligocene–Pleistocene sequence
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:12–13
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:10
ooze, calcareous, Campanian–Holocene sequence, A1:1–112
ooze, chalky nannofossil, lithologic units, A4:6–8
ooze, clay-bearing nannofossil, lithologic units, A4:6–8; A7:6–9
ooze, clayey nannofossil, lithologic units, A3:6–9; A8:6–7
ooze, foraminifer, digital image, A7:40
ooze, foraminifer-bearing nannofossil, lithologic units, A3:5–6; A4:6–8; A5:4–6; A6:6–10; A7:5–6; A8:5–7
ooze, foraminifer nannofossil, lithologic units, A5:4
ooze, nannofossil
lithologic units, A3:5–9; A4:6–8; A5:4–6; A6:6–10; A7:5–9; A8:5–9
photograph, A4:46
ooze, nannofossil-bearing foraminifer, photograph, A6:47
ooze, nannofossil foraminifer, lithologic units, A5:4
opal-CT, X-ray diffraction data, A6:54
opaque minerals, X-ray diffraction data, A6:46
orbital cycles, Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:42
orbital rhythms
cyclostratigraphy, B1:6–7
lower Cenozoic, A1:31–32
organic matter, geochemistry, A6:25
oxidation, lithologic units, A7:6
oxygen isotope excursion, Eocene Thermal Maximum-2, B1:16
oxygen isotopes
Cenozoic, A1:56
Cretaceous, B1:9–10
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:41
early Oligocene Glacial Maximum, A1:61
Neogene, A1:11
vs. age, A1:58
vs. depth, A1:60

P

paleobathymetry, zonation, A3:46; A4:49; A7:46; A8:46
paleoceanography
Cenozoic, A1:32–33
Cretaceous/Paleogene mass extinction, A1:9
Neogene, A1:10–11
Paleocene
biostratigraphy, A1:30
chromatograms, A8:24–25
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:13; A6:17; A7:15; A8:16
lithologic units, A3:7–9; A4:6–8; A8:7–9
magnetostratigraphy, A1:85; B1:36; B4:12–13
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:12; A4:11; A6:13; A7:12; A8:12
See also mid-Paleocene biotic event
Paleocene, lower, biostratigraphy, A1:30
Paleocene, lower/upper boundary, nannofossil biostratigraphy, A8:12
Paleocene, upper
chert and slump deposits, A1:5
cycles, B1:37
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:14–15
ion chromatograms, A5:50
lithologic units, A6:6–10; A7:7–9
Paleocene/Eocene boundary
benthic foraminiferal stable isotopes, A1:58
biostratigraphy, A1:29
carbon preference index, B5:3–4
carbonate content, A6:69; B1:43
composite depth, A3:5
composite digital images, A3:42; A4:48; A6:56; A7:44; A8:42, 44
compressional wave velocity, A8:43
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A3:14; A4:13; A6:16–19; A7:15; A8:15–16
global warming, B1:20
lithologic units, A3:8–9; A4:8; A7:8–9; A8:7–8
magnetic susceptibility, A4:31
magnetostratigraphy, A1:85; A6:22, 66; A7:20; B1:6
mass accumulation rates, A6:31–32
n-alkane carbon isotopes, B5:1–11
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A3:11–12; A4:11; A6:12–13; A8:12; B3:1–9
photograph, A3:43
planktonic foraminifers, A1:60
sediments, A8:24
Paleocene–Eocene dissolution interval, lithologic units, A7:8–9
Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum
benthic foraminiferal stable isotopes, A1:58
biostratigraphy, B1:11
calcareous algae, B1:14–15
critical events, A1:35–37; B1:10–15
magnetostratigraphy, B4:12–13
seismic data, B6:10
stratigraphy, A1:1–8
Paleocene–Eocene transition, magnetic susceptibility, A1:99–100
paleoclimatology
Cenozoic, B1:1–55
lower Cenozoic, A1:2–4
paleodepth
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:17
lower Cenozoic, A1:42
paleoenvironment, benthic foraminifers, A6:18–19
Paleogene, deepwater circulation, A1:9–10
Paleogene, lower, terrigenous grain-size distribution, B2:10
paleomagnetism
Site 1262, A3:17–19
Site 1263, A4:15–17
Site 1264, A5:12–13
Site 1265, A6:20–22
Site 1266, A7:18–20
Site 1267, A8:20–21
pH, pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:21
photoelectric factor logs, vs. depth, A4:62; A6:76
phytane
chromatograms, A5:16; A7:23–24; A8:24–25
mass chromatograms, A7:59; A8:58
Pleistocene
biostratigraphy, A1:26–27
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:11–12; A5:9; A7:13; A8:13–14
ion chromatograms, A5:50
lithologic units, A3:5–6; A4:6–8; A5:4; A6:6; A7:5–6; A8:5
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:9; A5:7; A7:10; A8:10
See also Oligocene–Pleistocene sequence; Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary; Pliocene–Pleistocene sequence
Pliocene
biostratigraphy, A1:27
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:11–12; A5:9–10; A7:13; A8:14
lithologic units, A3:5–6; A4:6–8; A5:4–6; A6:6; A7:5–6; A8:5
magnetostratigraphy, A7:20
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A4:9; A5:7–8; A7:10; A8:10
See also Miocene/Pliocene boundary; Oligocene–Pleistocene sequence
Pliocene, lower, nannofossil biostratigraphy, A8:10
Pliocene, middle–upper, nannofossil biostratigraphy, A8:10
Pliocene, middle/upper boundary, biostratigraphy, A5:9
Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
biostratigraphy, A5:9; A6:11
foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A4:11; A6:13–14; A7:13; A8:13–14
nannofossil biostratigraphy, A7:10; A8:10
Pliocene–Pleistocene sequence, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A6:13–14
pore water
Cenozoic, B1:19–20
geochemistry, A3:20–22, 86; A4:18–20, 82; A5:14–16, 66; A6:22–24, 100; A7:21–23, 74; A8:21–24, 72
porosity
vs. bulk density, A3:36; A4:39; A5:33; A6:45; A7:37; A8:38
vs. depth, A3:35; A4:38; A5:32; A6:44; A7:36; A8:37
porosity logs, vs. depth, A4:62–64; A6:76, 78
potassium
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:22
sediments, A5:17
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
potassium logs, vs. depth, A4:62
precession, Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:40
preservation, foraminifers, B1:40
pristane
chromatograms, A5:16; A7:23–24; A8:24–25
mass chromatograms, A7:59; A8:58
productivity, foraminiferal biostratigraphy, A8:18
proto-North Atlantic Deep Water, middle Eocene–early Oligocene sequence, A1:8
pyrite, magnetic intensity, A5:13
pyrrhotite, magnetic intensity, A5:13

Q

quartz, X-ray diffraction data, A6:54

R

reduction, pore water, A4:19–20
reflectance
composite depth, A6:38; A8:31
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:39
cycles, A3:34
Eocene–Oligocene sequence, A1:102–103
lithologic units, A7:5–9
mid-Paleocene biotic event, A1:98
vs. carbonate content, A3:38
vs. chromaticity, A3:38
vs. depth, A3:31, 33; A4:65
See also chromaticity; lightness
remanent magnetization, anhysteretic, rock magnetism, A3:19
remanent magnetization, characteristic, rock magnetism, A3:19
remanent magnetization, depositional
diagenesis, A7:19–20
discrete samples, A3:56
rock magnetism, A3:19
sediments, A3:18; A5:43
vs. depth, A3:50; A6:62; A7:51; A8:50
remanent magnetization, discrete samples, A4:16
remanent magnetization, isothermal
rock magnetism, A3:19
sediments, B4:16
remanent magnetization, natural
archive-half measurements, A3:17–18; A4:16; A5:12; A6:20, 59; A7:18–19; A8:20
demagnetization, B4:3–4
remanent magnetization, normalized by magnetic susceptibility depositional, vs. depth, A3:50
remanent magnetization, normalized differential depositional, vs. depth, A3:50
resistivity logs
vs. depth, A4:62–63; A6:76, 80–82
See also microresistivity logs
rifting, seawater, B1:19–20
rock magnetism
remanent magnetization, A3:19
sediments, B4:4–6
Romanche Fracture Zone, Neogene, A1:10–11

S

salinity, pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:21
sedimentary structures, lithologic units, A7:5–9
sedimentation rates
age vs. depth, A3:47; A4:50; A5:40; A6:58; A7:47; A8:47
Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, B1:42
sedimentation rates, linear
age vs. depth models, A3:23, 92; A4:25, 87; A5:19, 73; A6:31, 107; A7:24–25, 79; A8:25–26, 77
vs. age, A1:94
sediments
age distribution, A1:84
geochemistry, A3:22–23; A4:20–21; A5:16–19; A6:24–25; A8:24–25
grain-size distribution, B2:1–13
inductively coupled plasma–atomic emission spectroscopy data, A5:69–70
magnetostratigraphy, B4:1–24
sediments, pelagic, ooze, A1:4–5
sediments, terrigenous, flux, B1:15
seismic lines, synthetic seismograms, B6:19–26
seismic profiles
GeoB01–048, B1:34
Site 1262, A1:64; A3:26–27; B1:34
Site 1263, A1:68, 71; A4:28–29
Site 1264, A1:68, 71; A5:23–24
Site 1265, A1:74; A6:35–36
Site 1266, A1:77; A7:28–29
Site 1267, A1:81; A8:29
Walvis Ridge, A1:55
seismic profiles, high-resolution, correlation, B6:1–27
seismic stratigraphy
Cenozoic, B1:5
high-resolution methods, B6:1–27
seismic Zone 1, seismic data, B6:11
seismic Zone 2, seismic data, B6:11
seismic Zone 3, seismic data, B6:11
seismograms, synthetic
calculation, B6:3–4
correlation, B6:18
correlation with seismic record, B6:5
vs. depth, B6:14–17
shoaling, carbonate compensation depth, A1:4–5; B1:20
silica
diagenesis, A6:54
pore water, A3:21; A4:20; A5:15; A6:24; A7:22; A8:23–24
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
Site 527
seismic profiles, A1:81
stable isotopes, A1:60
Site 528, seismic profiles, A1:77
Site 1262, A3:1–92
age models and mass accumulation rates, A3:23
biostratigraphy, A3:9–17
composite depth, A3:4–5
composite depth scale, A3:62
coring summary, A3:61
geochemistry, A3:19–23
introduction, A3:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A3:5–9, 64
location, A1:63; A3:25
operations, A3:2–4
paleomagnetism, A3:17–19
seismic data, B6:6–7
seismic profiles, A1:64; A3:26–27; B1:34
site description, A3:1–92
site summary, A1:13–15
splice tie points, A3:63
Site 1263, A4:1–87
age models and mass accumulation rates, A4:25
biostratigraphy, A4:8–15
carbon isotopes of n-alkanes, B5:1–11
composite depth, A4:4–5
composite depth scale, A4:71
core recovery, A4:69–70
core recovery plot, A4:68
downhole measurements, A4:21–25
geochemistry, A4:17–21
introduction, A4:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A1:69; A4:5–8, 73
location, A1:67; A4:27
operations, A4:2–4
paleomagnetism, A4:15–17
seismic data, B6:8–9
seismic profiles, A1:68, 71; A4:28–29
site description, A4:1–87
site summary, A1:15–18
splice tie points, A4:72
terrigenous grain-size distribution, B2:1–13
Site 1264, A5:1–73
age models and mass accumulation rates, A5:19
biostratigraphy, A5:6–12
composite depth, A5:3
composite depth scale, A5:56
core recovery plot, A5:53
coring summary, A5:54–55
geochemistry, A5:14–19
introduction, A5:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A1:72; A5:3–6, 58
location, A1:67; A5:22
operations, A5:2–3
seismic data, B6:8–9
seismic profiles, A1:68, 71; A5:23–24
site description, A5:1–73
site summary, A1:18–19
splice tie points, A5:57
Site 1265, A6:1–107
age models and mass accumulation rates, A6:31–32
biostratigraphy, A6:10–19
checkshot survey, A6:104
composite depth, A6:4–5
composite depth scale, A6:89
core recovery plot, A6:86
coring summary, A6:87–88
downhole measurements, A6:25–31
geochemistry, A6:22–25
introduction, A6:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A1:75; A6:5–10
location, A6:34
operations, A6:2–4
paleomagnetism, A6:20–22
seismic data, B6:8
seismic profiles, A1:74; A6:35–36
site description, A6:1–107
site summary, A1:19–21
splice tie points, A6:90
Site 1266, A7:1–79
age models and mass accumulation rates, A7:24–25
biostratigraphy, A7:9–18
composite depth, A7:4
composite depth scale, A7:64
core recovery plot, A7:61
coring summary, A7:62–63
geochemistry, A7:21–24
introduction, A7:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A1:78; A7:4–9
location, A7:27
operations, A7:2–4
Paleocene/Eocene boundary biostratigraphy, B3:1–9
paleomagnetism, A7:18–20
seismic data, B6:7–8
seismic profiles, A1:77; A7:28–29
site description, A7:1–79
site summary, A1:21–23
splice tie points, A7:65
Site 1267, A8:1–77
age models and mass accumulation rates, A8:25–26
biostratigraphy, A8:9–20
composite depth, A8:4
composite depth scale, A8:62
core recovery plot, A8:59
coring summary, A8:60–61
geochemistry, A8:21–25
introduction, A8:1–2
lithostratigraphy, A1:82; A8:4–9
location, A1:80; A8:28
operations, A8:2–3
paleomagnetism, A8:20–21
seismic data, B6:7
seismic profiles, A1:81; A8:29
site description, A8:1–77
site summary, A1:23–25
splice tie points, A8:63
terrigenous grain-size distribution, B2:1–13
slump deposits, carbonates, A1:5
slump folding, composite digital images, A7:43
smectite, X-ray diffraction data, A6:51
sodium
pore water, A3:20; A4:18; A5:14; A6:22; A7:21; A8:22
sediments, A5:16
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
splice tie points
Site 1262, A3:63
Site 1263, A4:72
Site 1264, A5:57
Site 1265, A6:90
Site 1266, A7:65
Site 1267, A8:63
stable isotope excursions, Cenozoic, B1:1–55
stable isotope stratigraphy, high-resolution, Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, B1:12–13
stable isotopes
benthic foraminifers, A1:56, 58
biohorizons, B1:46
early Oligocene Glacial Maximum, A1:61; B1:50
foraminifers, B1:48–49
vs. depth, A1:60
stratigraphy
well-log units, A4:23–25
See also chronostratigraphy; cyclostratigraphy; seismic stratigraphy
strontium
dissolution, A5:52
pore water, A3:20–21; A4:18–19; A5:14; A6:23; A7:21–22; A8:22
sediments, A5:18–19
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
strontium isotopes
seawater, B1:19–20
vs. depth, B1:53
sulfate
pore water, A3:21; A4:19; A5:15; A6:23; A7:22; A8:23
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48, 52; A6:67; A7:57; A8:56
synsedimentary structures, composite digital images, A7:43

T

temperature logs. See transient temperature logs
terrigenous component, grain-size distribution, B2:1–13
thermocline, lower Miocene, A1:39–40; B1:18
thorium logs, vs. depth, A4:62
titanomagnetite
remanent magnetization, B4:16
rock magnetism, B4:4–6
transient temperature logs, vs. depth, A4:62
triple combination tool string logs
vs. depth, A6:72–76
well-logging, A4:61
turbidite
digital image, A7:40
lithologic units, A6:6–10
photograph, A3:39; A6:47
turbidity flows, lithologic units, A7:6–9
Type 1 sediments, rock magnetism, B4:4–6
Type 2 sediments, rock magnetism, B4:4–6
Type 3 sediments, rock magnetism, B4:4–6

U

unconformities
biostratigraphy, A8:9–20
Eocene, A6:12, 16; A7:11
mass accumulation rates, A1:5; A7:24–25
Miocene, A7:10, 14
Pleistocene–Pliocene interval, A6:11
upwelling, Benguelan system, A1:11
uranium logs, vs. depth, A4:62; A6:76
urea adduction, carbon isotopes, B5:6–7

V

velocity. See also compressional wave velocity
velocity, sonic
stacked waveforms, A6:85
vs. core density, A4:67; A6:83
vs. depth, A6:84
vs. downhole density, A4:67; A6:83
volcanic ash
lithologic units, A3:6–7; A4:6–8; A5:5; A7:7–9; A8:5–9
magnetic susceptibility and lightness, A6:52
volcanic glass
lithologic units, A7:7
vs. depth, A3:30
See also glass shards

W

Walvis Ridge
bathymetry, A1:52–54; B1:31, 33
seismic profiles, A1:55
Walvis Ridge NE
geology, A1:1–112
high-resolution seismic stratigraphy, B6:1–27
sediment age distribution, A1:84
synthesis, B1:1–55
waveforms, stacked, sonic velocity, A6:85
wavelet transform logs, vs. depth, A4:63; A6:73
well-log Unit 1a, stratigraphy, A4:23; A6:28
well-log Unit 1b, stratigraphy, A4:23–24; A6:28
well-log Unit 1c, stratigraphy, A6:29
well-log Unit 1d, stratigraphy, A6:29
well-log units
stratigraphy, A4:23–25; A6:28–31
vs. depth, A6:79
well-logging
operations, A4:60, 85; A6:25–28
summary, A6:72, 102
triple combination measurements, A4:61
wind transport, grain-size distribution, B2:1–13

X

X event
Eocene Thermal Maximum-3, B1:16
lower Eocene, A1:42
X-ray diffraction data
clay minerals, A6:51
lithiophorite, A5:37; A6:46
"proto-chert" nodules, A6:54

Y

Y event, lower Eocene, A1:42

Z

zeolites, lithologic units, A7:8–9
zinc
pore water, A3:21; A4:20; A5:15; A6:24
vs. depth, A3:57; A4:58; A5:48; A6:67
zonation, paleobathymetry, A3:46; A4:49; A7:46; A8:46

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