Continental shelf sediment core data from the Texas Mud Blanket in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, USA
- Carlin, Joseph
- Schreiner, Kathryn
- Dellapenna, Timothy
- Smith, Richard
This dataset contains sedimentological, radioisotope, and organic geochemical data from a sediment core collected from the continental shelf in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. The core was collected from a mid-sehlf mud deposit in a feature called the Texas Mud Blanket. The purpose of this data was to identify a recent event depoist in the sediment associated with floodign on the nearby Brazos River. The core was collected in 17 m water depths in the summer of 2016 following elevated disharge on the Brazos that extended back to Fall 2015. The core was colleced using a box core, and is 34 cm in length. The data include grain size data, bulk density, 7Be and 210Pb activities, bulk orgainc geochemical data, and lignin biomarker data.
How to cite this dataset:
Carlin, J., Schreiner, K., Dellapenna, T., Smith, R. 2021. Continental shelf sediment core data from the Texas Mud Blanket in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, USA, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111719.
DOI Creation Date:
Carlin, J.A., Schreiner, K.M., Dellapenna, T.M., McGuffin, A., Smith, R.W., (in review), "Evidence of recent flood deposits within a distal shelf depocenter and implications for terrestrial carbon preservation in non-deltaic shelf settings." submitted to Marine Geology
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- Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
- Geographic Location: Gulf of Mexico, Texas Mud Blanket, Continental Shelf, Brazos River
User Contributed Keyword(s):
grain size, short-lived radioisotopes, organic geochemical biomarkers, continental shelf, event sedimentation
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