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CoreHP Name CoreHP Leg/Cruise Location Detail
/Location
Longitude
Latitude
Length(cm) Section Depth (mbsf)*1 Depth(m) Detail CoreHP Remarks CoreHP Status CoreHP Data Reference CoreHP Last Modified
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H01A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H01W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H02A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H02W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H03A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H03W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H05A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H05W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H06A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H06W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H08A MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 archive available DMG 2015/7/2
MR13-02B_Leg1 MC01-H08W MR13-02B_Leg1 Sagami Bay
/NW Pacific Ocean
139-20.5646'E
35-4.5368'N
34 1433 working available DMG 2015/7/2
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*1For piston/gravity cores, a section-top depth represents a sum of section lengths from the top of each core. For drilled cores, it represents a composite depth (meter below sea floor) which was recalculated to compensate for the after-drilling expantion of sediments.