Hole C0001H, J-CORES, Expedition 315

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Hole C0001H, Expedition 315
Latitude33°14′19.3981″N
Longitude136°42′41.0″E
Water depth2197 m

This data set was output from J-CORES database by using its complete Bulk Export function Version 1.9.9 from 2016-11-16T19:19:13Z till 2016-11-16T19:19:52Z. The specification of the outputs is available to be referred. J-CORES Bulk Exports a file bulk.csv with various attachment files (e.g. image files). Files bulk-something.csv are generated by picking some kinds of data from bulk.csv. Files something.zip consist of bulk-something.csv and related attachment files. Files bulk-something.csv are in character encoding UTF-8 with line ending characters CRLF. J-CORES has a flexibility to store numerical/text values and attached files for user-defined parameters, which are output into User-Defined Parameter column group in bulk.csv. To know J-CORES software program, visit J-CORES' web site.

File Contents Length (bytes)
bulk-hole.csv Expedition, site and hole records 1059
bulk-core.csv Core drilling and curatorial records 8291
bulk-section.csv Core section records 26036
sample.zip Records of ship and personal samples taken from core sections and miscellaneous materials 39054
vcd.zip Visual core descriptions (VCD) 458063
fossil-occurrence.zip (Micro-) paleontological records of fossil occurrences 5148
xray-ct-scanner.zip X-ray CT scanned coronal images of core sections 5643622
mscl.zip Physical properties by Multi Sensor Core Logger(s) (MSCL) 1413784
split-section-image.zip Images of split halves of core sections 24617301
moisture-density.zip Moisture and density (MAD) for discrete samples 27704
thermal-conductivity.zip Thermal conductivity for core sections 1124
bulk-electrical-conductivity.csv Electrical conductivity for discrete samples 12095
bulk-pwave-swave-velocity.csv Anisotropy of P-wave and/or S-wave velocity for discrete samples 13104
bulk-magnetometer.csv Magnetometry for split halves of core sections and discrete samples 801501
xrd.zip XRD for bulk discrete samples 1699568
headspace-gas.zip Headspace gas analyses 1275
pore-water-chemistry.zip Chemistry for pore water 4098
bulk-cns-analysis.zip Bulk CNS analyses for discrete samples 5096

The user-defined parameters are listed with their definitions as the followings.

X-ray CT scanning
X-ray CT scanned images for core sections. The right-handed coordinate system is applied to each core section as the followings. Y axis is from the working half toward the archive half. Z axis is from the core bottom toward the top. (x, y, z) = (0, 0, 0) at the center of the top of the core section.
X-ray CT scanning::coronal image
The cross section at the boundary of the working and archive halves of the core section, looking the archive half side. In other words, the x-z plane (y = 0), looking to the negative y. The image is created by compiling the series of axial images, at each of which z is a constant. The file is formatted in DICOM.
X-ray CT scanning::top margin [pixels]
Height of the margin at the top of the image. Not always integer. number of pixels in raster graphics
X-ray CT scanning::bottom margin [pixels]
Height of the margin at the bottom of the image. Not always integer. number of pixels in raster graphics
X-ray CT scanning::each side margin [pixels]
Width of the margin at each of the right and the left of the image. Not always integer. number of pixels in raster graphics
split section image
Images for split core sections. At the top and the right there are no margins.
split section image::line scanned image
A surface image acquired by a line scan camera.
split section image::bottom margin [pixels]
Height of the margin at the bottom of the image. Not always integer. number of pixels in raster graphics
VCD microscopic lithology description
Description of lithology by microscopic observation for visual core description (VCD).
VCD microscopic lithology description::lithology
Lithology and optionally followed by a pair of square brackets, which contains the lithology defined by [http://sio7.jamstec.go.jp/j-cores.data/vcd.selectee] and the fragment identifier as a part of the URL for the definition.
VCD microscopic lithology description::lithology description
Text description of the lithology.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)
Occurrence of calcareous nannofossils in bulk samples. Abundance: A, C, C-A, C-F, F, F-C, R, R-F. Occurrence: A, C, D, F, R. Preservation: E-P, G, G-M, M, M-G, M-P, P, P-M.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::total abundance
Total abundance.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::fossil presevation
Fossil presevation.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Amaurolithus delicatus
Gartner and Bukry 1975 [Gartner, S. and Bukry, D. (1975)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Amaurolithus primus
(Bukry and Percival 1971) Gartner and Bukry 1975 [Bukry, D. and Percival, S.F. (1971)] [Gartner, S. and Bukry, D. (1975)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Calcidiscus tropicus
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Calcidiscus leptoporus
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Calcidiscus macintyrei
(Bukry and Bramlette 1969) Loeblich and Tappan 1978 [Bukry, D. and Bramlette, M.N (1969)] [Loeblich, A.R. and Tappan, H. (1978)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Ceratolithus acutus
Gartner and Bukry 1974 [Gartner, S. and Bukry, D. (1974)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Ceratolithus larrymayeri
Raffi, Backman and Rio 1998 [Raffi, I. et al. (1998)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Ceratolithus rugosus
Bukry and Bramlette 1968 [Bukry, D. and Bramlette, M.N. (1968)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Coccolithus pelagicus (without bar)
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster asymmetricus
Gartner 1969 [Gartner, S. (1969)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster bellus
Bukry and Percival 1971 [Bukry, D. and Percival, S.F. (1971)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster bergenii
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster berggrenii
Bukry 1971b [Bukry, D. (1971)]
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster bollii
Martini and Bramlette 1963
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster brouweri
(Roth and Hay in Hay et al., 1967) Bukry 1971
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster exilis
Martini and Bramlette 1963
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster loeblichii
Bukry 1971
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster pentaradiatus
(Tan 1927) Bramlette and Riedel 1954
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster quinqueramus
Gartner 1969
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster sp. (short arms, prom. knob)
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster surculus
Martini and Bramlette 1963
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster variabilis
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Discoaster spp.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Florisphaera profunda
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Helicosphaera carteri
(Wallich, 1877) Kamptner 1954
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Pontosphaera japonica
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Pontosphaera multipora
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra haquii
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra minuta
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra minutula
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicus (5-7 microns)
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicus (>7 microns)
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra rotaria
Theodoridis 1984
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra sp.
Hay, Mohler and Wade 1966
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra sp. with grill
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Reticulofenestra spp.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Rhabdosphaera clavigera
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Sphenolithus abies
Delfandre in Deflandre and Fert 1954
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Sphenolithus grandis
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Sphenolithus spp.
Deflandre in Grassé 1952
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Syracosphaera spp.
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Umbilicosphaera annulus
occurrence of calcareous nannofossils (Exp. 315)::Umbilicosphaera rotula
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)
Occurrence of planktonic foraminifers in bulk samples. Abundance: A, B, C, R. Occurrence: +, A, C, R, cf. Preservation: B, G, M, P.
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::total abundance
Total abundance.
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::fossil presevation
Fossil presevation.
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Candeina nitida
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Dentoglobigerina altispira
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerina bulloides
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerina falconensis
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerina pseudociperoensis
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinella obesa
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinella siphonifera
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinita glutinata
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinoides bolii
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinoides conglobatus
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinoides ruber
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globigerinoides sacculifer
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoconella conoidea
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoconella conomiozea
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoconella sphericomiozea
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoquadrina baroemoenensis
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globorotalia plesiotumida
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globorotalia scitula
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globorotalia tumida
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globorotaloides falconarae
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoturborotalita decoraperta
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoturborotalita extremus
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoturborotalita nepenthes
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoturborotalita obliquus
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Globoturborotalita woodi
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Hirsutella margaritae
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Menardella menardii
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Menardella pseudomiocenica
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina acostaensis dextral form
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina acostaensis sinistral form
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina asanoi
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina conglomerata
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina humerosa
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina pachyderma dextral form
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina pachyderma sinistral form
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Neogloboquadrina praehumerosa
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Orbulina universa
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Pulleniatina spp. sinistral
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Sphaeroidinellopsis seminulina
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Sphaeroidinellopsis subdehiscens
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::Turborotalita quinqueloba
occurrence of planktonic foraminifers (Exp. 315)::comment on measurement
Comment on the measurement, the object (i.e. samples, for which the measurement is conducted) and/or errors that cannot be corrected.
MSCL; section
Measurements for core sections by using a Multi Sensor Core Logger (MSCL).
MSCL; section::section half
Whether whole-round core sections or split halves of core sections and which side of split halves, for which the measurement is conducted. The values for this parameter have to be chosen from `whole-round', `archive', `working' and `either half'.
MSCL; section::GRA density: horizontal sensor direction [g/cm3]
Density calculated with Gamma Ray Attenuation (GRA) method. The sensor, a set of an RI source (137Cs) and a scintilation detector, is attached in the horizontal direction on the track of the Multi Sensor Core Logger (i.e., gamma ray beam passes through at the split point between working and archive halves). gram per cubic centi-meter
MSCL; section::magnetic susceptibility: loop sensor, 80 mm (x0.00001 SI)
Volume magnetic susceptibility in SI units by using a MS2C core logging sensor, Bartington Instruments Ltd. Loop internal diameter of the sensor is 80 mm. The values are derived by multiplying the actual values by 100000. dimensionless quantity
MSCL; section::P-wave velocity: ARC transducer, 230 kHz [m/s]
Measured P-wave velocity. The P-wave transducer is an oil filled acoustinc rolling contract (ARC) transducer. A set of the transmitter and a receiver, is attached in the horizontal direction on the track of the Multi Sensor Core Logger (i.e., P-wave passes through at the split point between working and archive halves). P-wave pulse which is an ultrasonic compressional pulse generated by a piezoelectric crystal is 230 kHz. meter per second
MSCL; section::P-wave signal amplitude: ARC transducer, 230 kHz
Measured P-wave signal amplitude. The P-wave transducer is an oil filled acoustinc rolling contract (ARC) transducer. A set of the transmitter and a receiver, is attached in the horizontal direction on the track of the Multi Sensor Core Logger (i.e., P-wave passes through at the split point between working and archive halves). P-wave pulse which is an ultrasonic compressional pulse generated by a piezoelectric crystal is 230 kHz. dimensionless quantity
MSCL; section::electrical resistivity [ohm m]
Measured electrical resistivity. ohm by meter
MSCL; section::natural gamma radiation: detector set #1, 80 mm [CPS]
Counts per seconds of detected gamma ray photons. This count is a total of four scintillation detectors. Each of the four detectors is combined with a multichannel analyser. They are attached in a cross shape on a central lead cube which is on the track of the Multi Sensor Core Logger. Serial number of the each detector is; the upper side (a detector at the direction of 12 o'clock from the view in the core movement direction) is 04L033, the right side (at 3 o'clock) is 04L028, the lower side (at 6 o'clock) is 04L034, and the left side (at 9 o'clock) is 04L041. The aperture of the central lead cube is 80 mm. counts per second
thermal conductivity; section
Thermal conductivity measurements for core sections. Thermal conductivity is the average value of those by iterative measurements.
thermal conductivity; section::thermal conductivity: KEM QTM-500 [W/(m K)]
Thermal conductivity by using KEM QTM-500. watts per kelvin per meter
moisture and density
Moisture and density (MAD) measurements for bulk samples.
moisture and density::wet sample beaker ID
ID of the beaker used for the wet sample.
moisture and density::wet sample beaker type
Type of the beaker used for the wet sample.
moisture and density::wet sample beaker mass [g]
Mass of the beaker used for the wet sample. gram
moisture and density::wet sample beaker volume [cm3]
Volume of the beaker used for the wet sample. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::wet sample beaker+sample mass [g]
Mass of the wet sample with the beaker. gram
moisture and density::wet sample beaker+sample volume: solids + pore water + beaker [cm3]
Volume of the wet sample with the beaker, derived as the sum of volumes of solids, pore water and beaker. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::wet bulk mass [g]
Mass of the wet bulk sample, derived by subtracting the beaker mass from the measurement of the sample with the beaker. gram
moisture and density::dry sample beaker ID
ID of the beaker used for the dry sample.
moisture and density::dry sample beaker type
Type of the beaker used for the dry sample.
moisture and density::dry sample beaker mass [g]
Mass of the beaker used for the dry sample. gram
moisture and density::dry sample beaker volume [cm3]
Volume of the beaker used for the dry sample. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::dry sample beaker+sample mass [g]
Mass of the dry sample with the beaker. gram
moisture and density::dry sample beaker+sample volume [cm3]
Volume of the dry sample with the beaker. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::dry bulk mass [g]
Mass of the dry bulk sample, derived by subtracting the beaker mass from the measurement of the sample with the beaker. gram
moisture and density::pore water mass [g]
Derived by (Mt - Md) / (1 - s), where Mt, wet bulk mass; Md, dry bulk mass; s, salinity, assumed to 0.035 M. gram
moisture and density::pore water volume [cm3]
Derived by Mpw / Dpw, where Mpw, pore water mass; Dpw, density, assumed to 1.024 g/cm3. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::solids volume: dry bulk - salt [cm3]
Derived by subtraction of the salt volume from the dry bulk volume. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::wet bulk volume: solids + pore water [cm3]
Derived as the sum of volumes of solids and pore water. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::dry bulk volume [cm3]
Volume of the dry bulk sample, derived by subtracting the beaker volume from the measurement of the sample with the beaker. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::salt mass [g]
Derived by (Mt - Md) s, where Mt, wet bulk mass; Md, dry bulk mass; s, salinity, assumed to 0.035. gram
moisture and density::salt volume [cm3]
Derived by Msalt / Dsalt, where Msalt, salt mass; Dsalt, salt density, assumed to 2.22 g/cm3. cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::solids mass [g]
Derived by subtraction of the salt mass from the dry bulk mass. gram
moisture and density::water content wet
Derived by Mpw / Mt, where Mpw, pore water mass; Mt, wet bulk mass. dimensionless quantity
moisture and density::water content dry
Derived by Mpw / Ms, where Mpw, pore water mass; Ms, solids mass. dimensionless quantity
moisture and density::bulk density [g/cm3]
Moisture and density analysis derives this by quotient of wet bulk mass by wet bulk volume. Well logging tool adnVISION may give this by another way. gram per cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::dry density [g/cm3]
Derived by Ms / Vt, where Ms, solids mass; Vt, wet bulk volume. gram per cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::grain density [g/cm3]
Derived by Ms / Vs, where Ms, solids mass; Vs, solids volume. gram per cubic centi-meter
moisture and density::porosity
Derived by Vpw / Vt, where Vpw, pore water volume; Vt, wet bulk volume. dimensionless quantity
moisture and density::void ratio
Derived by Vpw / Vs, where Vpw, pore water volume; Vs, solids volume. dimensionless quantity
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample
Electrical conductivity anisotropy measurements by using third party tool(s) for bulk samples.
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::horizontal anisotropy
Index horizontal anisotropy. dimensionless quantity
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::transverse anisotropy
Index transverse anisotropy. dimensionless quantity
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::electrical conductivity X [S/m]
Electrical conductivity along X-axis. Siemens per meter
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::electrical conductivity Y [S/m]
Electrical conductivity along Y-axis. Siemens per meter
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::electrical conductivity Z [S/m]
Electrical conductivity along Z-axis. Siemens per meter
electrical conductivity anisotropy, 3rd party; sample::room temperature [degree C]
Room temperature measured by using a thermometer for the measurement. degree Celsius
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample
P-wave velocity anisotropy measurements by using third party tool(s) for bulk samples.
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample::horizontal anisotropy
Index horizontal anisotropy. dimensionless quantity
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample::transverse anisotropy
Index transverse anisotropy. dimensionless quantity
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample::P-wave velocity X [m/s]
P-wave velocity along X-axis. meter per second
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample::P-wave velocity Y [m/s]
P-wave velocity along Y-axis. meter per second
discrete P-wave analysis, 3rd party; sample::P-wave velocity Z [m/s]
P-wave velocity along Z-axis. meter per second
superconducting rock magnetometer; section
Measurements by using a superconducting rock magnetometer for continuous halves of core sections.
superconducting rock magnetometer; section::alternating-field demagnetization level [mT]
Level of applied alternating-field demagnetization. milli-tesla
superconducting rock magnetometer; section::magnetic intensity [A/m]
Intensity of magnetization per unit volume. This parameter is obtained by normalizing the magnetic moments by the sample volume for a discrete sample or by the effective sample volume for a continuous section half. ampere per meter
superconducting rock magnetometer; section::magnetic inclination [degree]
Angle of the magnetic dip from the horizontal plane. This value can be between -90=<, =<90 degree. -90 and 90 degrees indicate the direction toward -Z and +Z respectively in the ODP orientation system (Handbook for shipboard paleomagnetists; ODP Tech. Note, 34, 2007). degree
superconducting rock magnetometer; section::magnetic declination [degree]
Angle of the magnetic azimuth on the horizontal plane. This value can be between 0=<, <360 degree. 0, 90, and 180 degrees indicate the direction toward +X, +Y, and -X respectively in the ODP orientation system (Handbook for shipboard paleomagnetists; ODP Tech. Note, 34, 2007). degree
superconducting rock magnetometer; section::section half
Whether whole-round core sections or split halves of core sections and which side of split halves, for which the measurement is conducted. The values for this parameter have to be chosen from `whole-round', `archive', `working' and `either half'.
superconducting rock magnetometer comment
Comments for superconducting rock magnetometer measurement for continuous halves of core sections.
superconducting rock magnetometer comment::comment on measurement
Comment on the measurement, the object (i.e. samples, for which the measurement is conducted) and/or errors that cannot be corrected.
XRD
Measurements by using a X-ray diffractometer for a bulk powder sample mounted on a glass plate.
XRD::diffraction profile, UDF
Measurement results of X-ray diffraction measurement. The file format is the Philips UDF (ASCII). The file is converted from the RD by using X'Pert High Score, PANalytical.
XRD::diffraction profile, RD
Measurement results of X-ray diffraction measurement. The file format is the Philips RD (binary).
headspace gas analysis; sample
Measurements for bulk samples by headspace gas analysis.
headspace gas analysis; sample::methane area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for methane in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::ethane area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for ethane in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::propane area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for propane in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::n-butane area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for n-butane in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::i-butane area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for i-butane in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::ethylene area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for ethylene in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
headspace gas analysis; sample::propylene area: GC-FID [pA s]
Area for propylene in a chromatogram by using a gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector. pico-ampere by second
pore water chemistry; sample
Measurements for squeezed pore water samples.
pore water chemistry; sample::refractive index nD: refractometer
Refractive index nD using a refractometer. dimensionless quantity
pore water chemistry; sample::chlorinity: titrator, potentiometric titration [mM]
Chlorinity using a titrator (potentiometric titration). milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Li concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Lithium (Li) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::B concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Boron (B) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::NH4 concentration: UV-Visible spectrophotometer [µM]
Ammonium (NH4) concentration using an ultraviolet-visible spectrophotometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Na concentration: ICP-AES [mM]
Sodium (Na) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Mg concentration: ICP-AES [mM]
Magnesium (Mg) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Si concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Silicon (Si) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::PO4 concentration: UV-Visible spectrophotometer [µM]
Phosphate (PO4) concentration using an ultraviolet-visible spectrophotometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::SO4 concentration: IC [mM]
Sulfate (SO4) concentration using an ion-exchange chromatograph. milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::K concentration: ICP-AES [mM]
Potassium (K) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Ca concentration: ICP-AES [mM]
Calcium (Ca) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. milli-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::V concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Vanadium (V) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Mn concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Manganese (Mn) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Fe concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Iron (Fe) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Cu concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Copper (Cu) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Zn concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Zinc (Zn) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Br concentration: IC [µM]
Bromine (Br) concentration using an ion-exchange chromatograph. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Rb concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Rubidium (Rb) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Sr concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Strontium (Sr) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Mo concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Molybdenum (Mo) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Cs concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Cesium (Cs) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Ba concentration: ICP-AES [µM]
Barium (Ba) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer. micro-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::Pb concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Lead (Pb) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry; sample::U concentration: ICP-MS [nM]
Uranium (U) concentration using an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. nano-molar
pore water chemistry
Measurements for squeezed pore water samples.
pore water chemistry::pmH: pH electrode, attached to titrator
pmH on free hydrogen ion concentration scale using a pH electrode attached to titrator. dimensionless quantity
pore water chemistry::alkalinity: titrator [mM]
Alkalinity using a titrator. milli-molar
bulk CNS analysis; sample, section
Measurements of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur content for bulk samples taken from core sections.
bulk CNS analysis; sample, section::inorganic carbon content: carbonate analyzer [wt%]
Inorganic carbon content measured by using a carbonate analyzer. weight percentage
bulk CNS analysis; sample, section::CaCO3 content: from inorganic carbon content [wt%]
Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) content derived from inorganic carbon content. weight percentage
bulk CNS analysis
Measurements of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur content for bulk samples.
bulk CNS analysis::nitrogen content: EA, bulk [wt%]
Nitrogen content by measuring bulk samples using a CHNS/O elemental analyzer. weight percentage
bulk CNS analysis::total carbon content: EA, bulk [wt%]
Total carbon content by measuring bulk samples using a CHNS/O elemental analyzer. weight percentage
bulk CNS analysis::sulfur content: EA, bulk [wt%]
Sulfur content by measuring bulk samples using a CHNS/O elemental analyzer. weight percentage
bulk CNS analysis::measurement date-time: EA, bulk
Date and time when measuring bulk samples using a CHNS/O elemental analyzer.

The following(s) should be cited to refer this data set, with the exception of the post-expedition sampling records.

Kinoshita, MasatakaTobin, HaroldAshi, JuichiroKimura, GakuLallemant, SiegfriedScreaton, Elizabeth J.Curewitz, DanielMasago, HidekiMoe Kyaw Thuthe Expedition 314/315/316 Scientists2009NanTroSEIZE Stage 1: investigations of seismogenesis, Nankai Trough, JapanProceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program314/315/316Washington, DC (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.)http://dx.doi.org/10.2204/iodp.proc.314315316.2009

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