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LEG 144 - Northwest Pacific Atolls and Guyots
Erba, E., 1995. Quantitative nannofossil biostratigraphy of Quaternary sequences from guyots in the central and western Pacific Ocean. In Haggerty, J.A., Premoli Silva, I., Rack, F., and McNutt, M.K. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 144: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 3-20.
Table of Contents
SECTION 1: BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND PALEOECOLOGICAL STUDIES
Chapter 1: Quantitative nannofossil biostratigraphy of Quaternary sequences from guyots in the central and western Pacific Ocean; p. 3.
Chapter 2: Planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy and the development of pelagic caps on guyots in the Marshall Islands Group; p. 21.
Chapter 3: Siliceous microfossils in upper Neogene sediments from five guyots in the western North Pacific, with special emphasis on diatoms; p. 61.
Chapter 4: Upper Oligocene to Pleistocene Ostracoda from guyots in the western Pacific: Holes 871A, 872C, and 873B; p. 87.
R. Whatley and I. Boomer
Chapter 5: Cretaceous and Paleogene manganese-encrusted hardgrounds from central Pacific guyots; p. 97.
D.K. Watkins, I. Premoli Silva, and E. Erba
Chapter 6: Paleogene larger foraminifer biostratigraphy from Limalok Guyot, Site 871; p. 127.
A. Nicora, I. Premoli Silva, and A. Arnaud Vanneau
Chapter 7: Campanian dwarf calcareous nannofossils from Wodejebato Guyot; p. 141.
E. Erba, D. Watkins, and J. Mutterlose
Chapter 8: Cretaceous calcareous plankton biostratigraphy of Sites 872 through 879; p. 157.
E. Erba, I. Premoli Silva, and D.K. Watkins
Chapter 9: Upper Cretaceous larger foraminifer biostratigraphy from Wodejebato Guyot, Sites 873 through 877; p. 171.
I. Premoli Silva, A. Nicora, and A. Arnaud Vanneau
Chapter 10: Biostratigraphy and systematic description of benthic foraminifers from mid-Cretaceous shallow-water carbonate platform sediments at Sites 878 and 879 (MIT and Takuyo-Daisan Guyots); p. 199.
A. Arnaud Vanneau and I. Premoli Silva
Chapter 11: Early Cretaceous calcareous algae of the northwest Pacific guyots; p. 221.
J.-P. Masse and A. Arnaud Vanneau
SECTION 2: SEDIMENTOLOGY AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Chapter 12: Limalok Guyot: depositional history of the carbonate platform from downhole logs at Site 871 (lagoon); p. 233.
J.G. Ogg, G.F. Camoin, and A. Arnaud Vanneau
Chapter 13: Stratigraphy and diagenesis of the carbonate platform at Site 873, Wodejebato Guyot; p. 255.
J.M. Lincoln, Paul Enos, and J.G. Ogg
Chapter 14: Anatomy and evolution of the inner perimeter ridge (Sites 874 and 877) of a Campanian-Maastrichtian atoll-like structure (Wodejebato Guyot, Marshall Islands); p. 271.
G.F. Camoin, A. Arnaud Vanneau, D.D. Bergersen, M. Colonna, P. Ebren, Paul Enos, and J.G. Ogg
Chapter 15: Sedimentary sequence from Sites 875 and 876, outer perimeter ridge, Wodejebato Guyot;
Paul Enos, G.F. Camoin, and P. Ebren
Chapter 16: Carbonate buildup and sea-level changes at MIT Guyot, western Pacific; p. 311.
L.F. Jansa and A. Arnaud Vanneau
Chapter 17: MIT Guyot: depositional history of the carbonate platform from downhole logs at Site 878 (lagoon); p. 337.
Chapter 18: Takuyo-Daisan Guyot: depositional history of the carbonate platform from downhole logs at Site 879 (outer rim); p. 361.
J.G. Ogg, G.F. Camoin, and L. Jansa
Chapter 19: Pedogenic alteration of basalts recovered during Leg 144; p. 381.
SECTION 3: ORGANIC/INORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY AND ISOTOPE STUDIES
Chapter 20: Neogene multispecies planktonic foraminifer stable isotope record, Site 871, Limalok Guyot;
P.N. Pearson and N.J. Shackleton
Chapter 21: Strontium isotope variations and sediment reworking of the upper Oligocene-Neogene interval from Sites 871 and 872; p. 411.
C. Israelson, P.N. Pearson, and B. Buchardt
Chapter 22: Ferromanganese and phosphatic hardgrounds on the western Pacific guyots drilled during Legs 143 and 144; p. 419.
I. Murdmaa, J. Nemliher, O. Bogdanova, A. Gorshkov, T. Kallaste, and V. Vasilyeva
Chapter 23: Preliminary investigation of the petrography and geochemistry of limestones at Limalok and Wodejebato Guyots (Sites 871 and 874), Republic of the Marshall Islands; p. 429.
J.L. Wyatt, T.M. Quinn, and G.R. Davies
Chapter 24: Geochemistry, diagenesis, and petrology of an Upper Cretaceous rudist reef from Site 877, Wodejebato Guyot; p. 439.
B.N. Opdyke, P.A. Wilson, and Paul Enos
Chapter 25: Strontium-isotope geochemistry of carbonates from Pacific guyots; p. 447.
P.A. Wilson, B.N. Opdyke, and H. Elderfield
Chapter 26: Clay mineralogy of the shallow-water deposits on Allison and Resolution Guyots, Sites 865 and 866; p. 459.
I. Murdmaa, V. Kurnosov, and V. Vasilyeva
Chapter 27: Short-chain organic acids in interstitial waters from western Pacific guyots; p. 469.
J.A. Haggerty and J.B. Fisher
Chapter 28: Alteration of basalts from the West Pacific Guyots, Legs 143 and 144; p. 475.
V. Kurnosov, B. Zolotarev, V. Eroshchev-Shak, A. Artamonov, G. Kashinzev, and I. Murdmaa
SECTION 4: IGNEOUS PETROLOGY AND RADIOMETRIC AGE DATING
Chapter 29: Petrologic studies of basement lavas from northwest Pacific guyots; p. 495.
D.M. Christie, J.J. Dieu, and J.S. Gee
Chapter 30: Mineral compositions in Leg 144 lavas and ultramafic xenoliths: the roles of cumulates and carbonatite metasomatism in magma petrogenesis; p. 513.
Chapter 31: Sr-Nd-Pb isotope geochemistry of Leg 144 West Pacific Guyots: implications for the geochemical evolution of the ''SOPITA'' mantle anomaly; p. 535.
A.A.P. Koppers, H. Staudigel, D.M. Christie, J.J. Dieu, and M.S. Pringle
Chapter 32: Radiometric ages of basement lavas recovered at Loen, Wodejebato, MIT, and Takuyo-Daisan Guyots, northwestern Pacific Ocean; p. 547.
M.S. Pringle and R.A. Duncan
SECTION 5: GEOPHYSICS
Chapter 33: Physiography and architecture of Marshall Islands guyots drilled during Leg 144: geophysical
constraints on platform development; p. 561.
Chapter 34: Paleomagnetic investigations of volcanic rocks: paleolatitudes of the northwestern Pacific guyots; p. 585.
M. Nakanishi and J.S. Gee
Chapter 35: Cretaceous hotspot tracks through the Marshall Islands; p. 605.
Chapter 36: Magnetic petrology and magnetic properties of western Pacific guyots: implications for seamount paleopoles; p. 615.
J. Gee and M. Nakanishi
Chapter 37: Magnetic structures of seamounts in the western Pacific Ocean deduced from Leg 144 downhole magnetometer logs; p. 631.
H. Ito and Y. Nogi
SECTION 6: DOWNHOLE MEASUREMENTS, HOLE 801C
Chapter 38: Magnetic reversal stratigraphy of Jurassic oceanic crust from Hole 801C downhole magnetometer measurements; p. 641.
H. Ito, Y. Nogi, and R.L. Larson
Chapter 39: Geophysical aging of oceanic crust: evidence from Hole 801C; p. 649.
R.D. Jarrard, R.L. Larson, A.T. Fisher, and L.J. Abrams
Chapter 40: Elastic-wave velocities in Jurassic-age oceanic crust from analysis of sonic full waveform logs in Hole 801C; p. 665.
D. Moos, M. Van Schaack, and H. Ito
SECTION 7: SYNTHESES
Chapter 41: Stratigraphy and sediment accumulation patterns of the upper Cenozoic pelagic carbonate caps of guyots in the northwestern Pacific Ocean; p. 675.
D.K. Watkins, P.N. Pearson, E. Erba, F.R. Rack, I. Premoli Silva, H.W. Bohrmann, J. Fenner,
and P.R.N. Hobbs
Chapter 42: Synthesis of terrigenous accumulation rates and biostratigraphic studies at sites in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, with comparisons to adjacent regions of the Pacific gyre; p. 691.
F.R. Rack, T.R. Janecek, E. Erba, J. Fenner, and J.S. Gee
Chapter 43: Carbonate and pore-water geochemistry of pelagic caps at Limalok and Lo-En Guyots, western Pacific; p. 737.
C. Israelson, B. Buchardt, J.A. Haggerty, and P.N. Pearson
Chapter 44: Composition of ferromanganese crusts and nodules at northwestern Pacific guyots and geologic and paleoceanographic considerations; p. 745.
Y.A. Bogdanov, O.Y. Bogdanova, A.V. Dubinin, A. Gorand, A.I. Gorshkov, E.G. Gurvich,
A.B. Isaeva, G.V. Ivanov, L.F. Jansa, and A. Monaco
Chapter 45: Geologic history of Wodejebato Guyot; p. 769.
J.M. Lincoln, Paul Enos, G.F. Camoin, J.G. Ogg, and D.D. Bergersen
Chapter 46: Diagenesis of platform carbonates, Wodejebato Guyot, Marshall Islands; p. 789.
Paul Enos, G.F. Camoin, P.A. Wilson, B.N. Opdyke, J.M. Lincoln, J.L. Wyatt, T.M. Quinn, P. Ebren, M. Colonna, and G.R. Davies
Chapter 47: A model for depositional sequences and systems tracts on small, mid-ocean carbonate
platforms: examples from Wodejebato (Sites 873-877) and Limalok (Site 871) Guyots; p. 819.
A. Arnaud Vanneau, D.D. Bergersen, G.F. Camoin, P. Ebren, J.A. Haggerty, J.G. Ogg, I. Premoli Silva, and P.R. Vail
Chapter 48: Geochemistry of MIT and Takuyo-Daisan carbonate platforms compared with other northwest Pacific guyots drilled during Leg 144: implications for their diagenetic history; p. 841.
J.A. Haggerty and R.J. van Waasbergen
Chapter 49: Synthesis of stratigraphies from shallow-water sequences at Sites 871 through 879 in the western Pacific Ocean; p. 873.
E. Erba, I. Premoli Silva, P.A. Wilson, M.S. Pringle, W.V. Sliter, D.K. Watkins, A. Arnaud Vanneau, T.J. Bralower, A.F. Budd, G.F. Camoin, J.-P. Masse, J. Mutterlose, and W.W. Sager
Chapter 50: Paleobiogeographic evolution of shallow-water organisms from the Aptian to the Eocene in the western Pacific; p. 887.
I. Premoli Silva, A. Nicora, A. Arnaud Vanneau, A.F. Budd, G.F. Camoin, and J.-P. Masse
Chapter 51: Initial transgressive phase of Leg 144 guyots: evidence of extreme sulfate reduction; p. 895.
B. Buchardt and M.A. Holmes
Chapter 52: Stratigraphic, vertical subsidence, and paleolatitude histories of Leg 144 guyots; p. 915.
R.L. Larson, E. Erba, M. Nakanishi, D.D. Bergersen, and J.M. Lincoln
Chapter 53: Comparison of the origin and evolution of northwest Pacific guyots drilled during Leg 144;
J.A. Haggerty and I. Premoli Silva
SECTION 8: DATA REPORTS
Chapter 54: Data Report: Mass accumulation rate calculations and laboratory determinations of calcium
carbonate and eolian material in Neogene sediments from the Marshall Islands, Sites 871, 872, and 873;
F.R. Rack, H.W. Bohrmann, and P.R.N. Hobbs
Chapter 55: Data Report: Bulk sediment composition and magnetic susceptibility variations in Hole 880A, Takuyo-Daisan Guyot; p. 973.
F.R. Rack, M.W. Lawyer, and J.S. Gee
Chapter 56: Data Report: Consolidation testing of pelagic oozes and saprolitic clays from Leg 144; p. 985.
P.R.N. Hobbs, H.W. Bohrmann, and F.R. Rack
Chapter 57: Data Report: Geochemical analysis of multiple planktonic foraminifer species at discrete time intervals; p. 993.
B.N. Opdyke and P.N. Pearson
Chapter 58: Data Report: Isotope geochemistry of pore water from the sedimentary cover at Limalok, Lo-En, and Wodejebato Guyots; p. 997.
B. Buchardt, C. Israelson, P.A. Wilson, and B.N. Opdyke
Chapter 59: Data Report: Electron microprobe analyses of Cretaceous limestones from MIT Guyot; p. 1001.
R.J. van Waasbergen and J.A. Haggerty
SECTION 9: REPRINT
Chapter 60: Highly permeable and layered Jurassic oceanic crust in the Western Pacific; p. 1007.
R.L. Larson, A.T. Fisher, R.D. Jarrard, K. Becker, and the Ocean Drilling Program Leg 144 Shipboard Scientific Party
(Reprinted by permission from Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 191:71-83, 1993)
SECTION 10: INDEX
Index; p. 1023.
Chapter 12: Figure 1. Stratigraphy of Hole 871C from core descriptions and
Chapter 17: Figure 1. Stratigraphy of Hole 878A from core descriptions
and downhole logs.
Chapter 18: Figure 1. Stratigraphy of Hole 879A derived from core
descriptions and downhole logs.
Chapter 30: Table 2. Representative olivine analysis.
Chapter 30: Table 3. Representative clinopyroxene and orthopyroxene
Chapter 30: Table 4. Representative plagioclase analyses.
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