Data report: Grain-size data, Sites 1095, 1096, and 1101, Antarctic Peninsula continental rise
Sites 1095, 1096, and 1101 were drilled on the continental rise west of the Antarctic Peninsula (Fig. F1) to recover a continuous high-resolution record of Antarctic glaciation. Site 1095 is the subject of a short paper in this volume (Pudsey, Chap. 25, this volume), whereas mass accumulation rates at the three sites are described by Wolf-Welling
(Chap. 15, this volume) and ice-rafted debris at Site 1101 is discussed by Cowan (Chap. 10, this volume) This report documents grain-size data (sand and fine fraction) and the proportion of biogenic silica for the upper 300 m at Site 1095, the upper 250 m at Site 1096, and the whole 220 m at Site 1101.
Authors: Pudsey, Carol J.
Editors: Barker, Peter F., Camerlenghi, Angelo, Acton, Gary D., Ramsay, Anthony T.S.
1 January, 2002
In: Barker, Peter F., Camerlenghi, Angelo, Acton, Gary D., Ramsay, Anthony T.S. (eds.). Antarctic glacial history and sea-level change, College Station, Texas, Ocean Drilling Program, 34 pp.