This dataset contains 1) inorganic geochemical data obtained using an Itrax XRF core scanner, 2) inorganic geochemical concentrations measured by ICP-AES on a series of 102 subsamples, and 3) grain-size data for 92 size classes measured by laser diffraction particle size analysis. Sediment core PC29A was obtained from Quitralco Fjord during cruise CIMAR (Cruceros de Investigacion Marina) Fiordos 7 in February 2001.
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Liu, D., Bertrand, S., Gert Jan, Weltje. (submitted). An empirical method to predict sediment grain size from inorganic geochemical measurements. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems.
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Geographic Location: Chilean Patagonia, Quitralco Fjord
User Contributed Keyword(s):
geochemistry, XRF, grain size, PC29A, CIMAR Fiordos 7 expedition