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ID W-1-03-HW
Abstract United States Geological Survey. Chief Scientist: Eric Grossman. Geological data (pushcore) of field activity W-1-03-HW in Pearl Harbor Shelf, Oahu, Hawaii from 04/30/2003 to 05/02/2003
Organization United States Geological Survey
Project/Theme Coral Reefs
Chief Scientist Eric Grossman
Activity Type Geological
Area of Operation Pearl Harbor Shelf, Oahu, Hawaii, Hawaii
Bounding Coordinates
22.25000
-160.25000    -154.25000
18.75000
Dates 04/30/2003 (JD 120) to 05/02/2003 (JD 122)
Analog Materials list
Information Specialist
Bruce Richmond
Crew
Eric Grossman Chief Scientist, USGS, Western Region
Bruce Richmond Information Specialist, USGS, Western Region
Mike Torresan Technical Assistant, USGS, Western Region
Equipment Used
pushcore
Purpose
Sub-sample cores of opportunity provided by the US Navy
Information to be Derived
Fossil coral species composition, fossil coral ages, and coral/sediment
accretion histories. Sediment grain size.
Summary
Five 80-ft (20-inch diameter) pilings filled with 4 to 20 m of
fossil coral reef and sediment from the Pearl Harbor shelf were subsampled for 
their contents. Pilings
were driven into shelf in water depths of 60 ft to 150 ft as part of a US Navy’s 
characterization of
substrate integrity for outfall project. Twenty meters of 2-in diameter, lined 
core samples and 25 bag
samples of branching and massive corals were collected from pilings. Sample 
lithology, coral species
composition, and radiometric ages will be used to determine reef and sediment 
accumulation history and
depositional environments during the Holocene sea-level transgression.
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