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    core name:           CONRAD-12-267
    latitude degrees:    38/41/S
    longitude degrees:   25/47/W
    depth in water (m):      4144
    length of core (m):      4.74
    core description:    inclusive
    data types:          dc13, do18
    date of collection:
    last update:
    notes:               held at LDGO
    


    lab code    sample            depth m  species  18O      13C      depth cm
                RC12/267TW           0.000 UVIG         3.29               0.0
    A 82/2041   RC12/267             0.020 UVIG         3.67    -0.22      2.0
    A 82/2042   RC12/267             0.020 UVIG         3.37    -0.27      2.0
                RC12/267             0.020 UVIG         3.31    -0.13      2.0
                RC12/267             0.100 UVIG         3.29    -1.01     10.0
                RC12/267             0.200 UVIG         3.38              20.0
                RC12/267             0.300 UVIG         4.48    -0.36     30.0
                RC12/267             0.400 UVIG         3.56              40.0
                RC12/267             0.500 UVIG         3.49    -0.39     50.0
                RC12/267             0.600 UVIG         4.94              60.0
                RC12/267             0.700 UVIG         4.84              70.0
                RC12/267             0.700 UVIG         4.81    -0.88     70.0
                RC12/267             0.800 UVIG         4.54              80.0
                RC12/267             0.900 UVIG         4.37    -0.59     90.0
                RC12/267             1.000 UVIG         4.51             100.0
                RC12/267             1.020 UVIG         3.65    -0.45    102.0
                RC12/267             1.200 UVIG         4.12             120.0

    DATASET ENDS
    

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