Descriptions of W.H.O.I. rock dredge samples : volume IV
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This report is Volume IV in the series of reports entitled "Descriptions of W.H.O.I. Rock Dredge Samples." This volume is dedicated to rock samples recovered by DSV Alvin between 1971 - 1982 and includes data for all rock samples beginning with Alvin 338 and ending with Alvin 1247. The data contained in this volume is an accumulation and transcription of initial descriptions made at sea, along with post-cruise descriptions performed at the lab by the curtorial staff. Volumes I - III contain data from all W.H.O.I. dredging cruises up to 1986. Volume IV presents a digitized listing of all station data for the entire W.H.O.I. dredge/rock collection though 1986. The data in this listing are sorted by Marsden Square and can thus serve as a regional index for all rock samples included in Volumes I - IV.
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