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ID V-1-67-BS
Abstract United States Bureau of Mines. Chief Scientists: Alvin Lense, Oleg Terichow, Richard Jenkins. Data (Shipekgrab, scuba, drillcore, drillcore, RayDist, precisionrangingsystem, sextant) of field activity V-1-67-BS in Bering Sea, Alaska from 01/01/1967 to 01/01/1967
Organization United States Bureau of Mines
Chief Scientist Alvin Lense
Oleg Terichow
Richard Jenkins
Platform Virginia City
Area of Operation Bering Sea, Alaska, Bering Sea
Bounding Coordinates
160.25000    -155.25000
Dates 01/01/1967 (JD 001) to 01/01/1967 (JD 001)
Analog Materials list
Alvin Lense Project Chief, USBM
Oleg Terichow Assistant Project Chief, USBM
Poston Geophysicist, USBM
Aldrich Drill Foreman, USBM
Miller Driller, USBM
Short Becker Drill Engineer, USBM
Melhorn Becker Drill Engineer, USBM
Gary Smyres Extractive Metallurgist, USBM
Rickel Analytical Chemist, USBM
Kimrey Mineralogist, USBM
Dave Hopkins Project Chief, USGS Western Region
Dick Tagg Deputy Project Chief, USGS Western Region
Hans Nelson Geologist, USGS Western Region
Frank Wang Geologist, USGS Western Region
Leo Electronic Technician, USBM
Richard Jenkins Mechanical Engineer, USBM
Tuchek Safety Engineer, USBM
Stephenson Geophysicist, USBM
Cruickshank Mining Engineer, USBM
Bert Barnes Geophysicist, USBM
Equipment Used
Sampling and drilling of the bottom sediments for the distribution of gold.
Information to be Derived
Pebble lithology and roundess, texture, stratigraphic and lithologic
correlation of drill holes, clay, heavy minerals, pollen, foraminifera,
ostracoda, mollusca, and radiocarbon dating studies.
Nelson, C.H., Pierce, D.E., Leong, K.W., and Wang, F.F.H., 1972, Mercury
distribution in Ancient and Modern Sediment of Northeastern Bering Sea,
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 0268; URL:
Got Help? For V-1-67-BS, we would appreciate any information on -- activity type, contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, information specialist, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, notes, owner, ports, project, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, summary, tabulated info.
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