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Volume susceptibility of sediment core SO202/1_45-1

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posted on 23.11.2019 by Lucia Korff, Tilo von Dobeneck, Thomas Frederichs, Sabine Kasten, Gerhard Kuhn, Rainer Gersonde, Bernhard Diekmann
Magnetic volume susceptibility k is the ratio of sample magnetization change per applied external magnetic field change. It is unitless in the SI unit system, which we signalize by the letters 'SI' after the ratio value. Magnetic volume susceptibility k was measured on all full cores at increments of 2 cm using a shipboard GEOTEK Multi Sensor Core Logger (MSCL) equipped with a Bartington M.S.2 susceptibility meter and a 140 mm loop sensor. Sharp lithology changes (e.g. ash layers, dropstones) are smoothed in these susceptibility data due to the coil-size related averaging over a core interval of about 8 cm (halfwidth of sensor characteristic).

History

Year

2016

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1070 data points

Coverage

* Latitude: 40.2917 * Longitude: 149.4848 * Date/Time Start: 2009-08-23T05:23:00 * Date/Time End: 2009-08-23T05:23:00 * Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.0m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.0m

Event(s)

SO202/1_45-1 * Latitude: 40.2917 * Longitude: 149.4848 * Date/Time: 2009-08-23T05:23:00 * Elevation: -5476.0 * Recovery21.6 m * Location: North Pacific Ocean * Campaign: SO202/1 (INOPEX) * Basis: Sonne * Device: Piston corer (BGR type) (KL)

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Innovatives Nordpazifik Experiment - Paläoozeanographie und Magnetik (INOPEX) Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM)

Related to

Korff, Lucia; von Dobeneck, Tilo; Frederichs, Thomas; Kasten, Sabine; Kuhn, Gerhard; Gersonde, Rainer; Diekmann, Bernhard (2016): Cyclic magnetite dissolution in Pleistocene sediments of the abyssal northwest Pacific Ocean: Evidence for glacial oxygen depletion and carbon trapping. Paleoceanography, 31(5), 600-624, https://doi.org/10.1002/2015PA002882

Comment

Magnetic volume susceptibility k is the ratio of sample magnetization change per applied external magnetic field change. It is unitless in the SI unit system, which we signalize by the letters 'SI' after the ratio value. Magnetic volume susceptibility k was measured on all full cores at increments of 2 cm using a shipboard GEOTEK Multi Sensor Core Logger (MSCL) equipped with a Bartington M.S.2 susceptibility meter and a 140 mm loop sensor. Sharp lithology changes (e.g. ash layers, dropstones) are smoothed in these susceptibility data due to the coil-size related averaging over a core interval of about 8 cm (halfwidth of sensor characteristic).

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