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ID W-6-91-WP
Also Known As Tunes_6
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California,Scripps Institution of Oceanography,Korea Institute of Geology, Mining, and Materials, Taejon, Korea,Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre, Kilbride, UK. Chief Scientists: Jim Hein, Hubert Staudigel. Geological data (dredge, bathymetry) of field activity W-6-91-WP in Northwest Pacific from 10/31/1991 to 12/02/1991
Organization United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Korea Institute of Geology, Mining, and Materials, Taejon, Korea
Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre, Kilbride, UK
Chief Scientist Jim Hein
Hubert Staudigel
Activity Type Geological
Platform Thomas Washington
Area of Operation Northwest Pacific, Western Pacific Ocean
Bounding Coordinates
47.75000
115.25000     180.00000
10.25000
Dates 10/31/1991 (JD 304) to 12/02/1991 (JD 336)
Analog Materials list
Information Specialist
Jim Hein
Crew
Jim Hein Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Susan Zielinski USGS Western Region
Hubert Staudigel Chief Scientist, SCRIPPS
Se-Won Chang Korea Institute of Geology, Mining, and Materials
Michelle Greene USGS Western Region
Malcolm Pringle Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre
Equipment Used
dredge
bathymetry
Purpose
To study seamount ages and basalt chemistry in order to better
understand the long term history of the South Pacific thermal anomaly.
Information to be Derived
Sample descriptions, detailed chemical and mineralogical analyses of
bulk Fe-Mn crusts and individual crust layers, and major oxide compositions and
mineralogy for substrate rocks.
Summary
13 NW Pacific seamounts and guyots were dredged during the Tunes 6
cruise. A total of 35 dredges were attempted and 23 recovered Fe-Mn crust
samples and substrate rock. One or two dredge hauls recovedred samples from most
guyots, however, Vlinder and Batiza Guyots yielded five and four dredge haul
recoveries, respectively. Minor additional bathymetric surveys were conducted
during Tunes 6.
Publications
Hein, James R., Zielinski, Susan E., Staudigel, Hubert, Chang, Se-Won,
Greene, Michelle, and Pringle, Malcolm S., 1997, Composition of Co-rich
ferromanganese crust and substrate rocks from the NW Marshall Islands and
International Waters to the North, Tunes 6 Cruise: U.S. Geological Survey
Open-File Report 97-482, 65 p.
Got Help? For W-6-91-WP, we would appreciate any information on -- contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, notes, owner, ports, project, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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