Supplemental material: Origins of large crescent-shaped bedforms within the axial channel of Monterey Canyon, offshore California
journal contributionposted on 22.11.2010, 00:00 by Charles K. Paull, William Ussler III, David W. Caress, Eve Lundsten, Jacob A. Covault, Katherine L. Maier, Jingping Xu, Sean Augenstein
Geosphere, December 2010, v. 6, p. 755-774, doi:10.1130/GES00527.1, Supplemental Figure 3 - PDF file of photographs of the surface of longitudinally split vibra cores that are schematically illustrated in text Figure 8 showing the variation in lithologies within the 18 core transect 1 extending along the canyon axis (text Fig. 3). Cores are arranged from west to east in the same order as in text Figure 8; Part A consists of the westernmost 6 cores (V3045 VC-Q, V3040 VC-L, V3038 VC-J, V3049 VC-K, V3037 VC-I, and V3036 VC-H); Part B consists of the middle 6 cores (V3035 VC-G, V3033 VC-E, V3041 VC-M, V3034 VC-F, V3032 VC-D, and V3031 VC-C); and Part C consists of the eastern 6 cores (V3030 VC-B, V3046 VC-R, V3020 VC-A, V3042 VC-A, V3043 VC-O, and V3044 VC-P). Core liner has a 7.8 cm inside diameter. File size is 0.3 MB.