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Clickable map of core locations with data used by dcprev (sorted by species etc)

Point to centre of symbol at core location; when core name appears below, click to obtain data via FTP. Please note that not all web browsers support clickable maps, and that the map needs to be fully transferred before "clicking" will work.

 

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INSTRUCTIONS

Please note that not all browsers support clickable maps

Vema cores are marked with crosses; click on centre of cross. RC (Conrad) cores are marked by inverted Y's; again, click on centre of Y, not on the core label.

Please notify any discrepancies over core locations, problems obtaining data etc. to:



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