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VEMA-19-248

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    core name:           VEMA-19-248
    latitude degrees:    24/34/S
    longitude degrees:   04/50/E
    depth in water (m):      3321
    length of core (m):       4.2
    core description:    inclusive
    data types:          dc13, do18
    date of collection:
    last update:
    notes:               held at LDGO
    <A IMG SRC="../coreplots/depplot.gif">plot against depth</A>
    <A IMG SRC="../coreplots/ageplot.gif">plot against age</A>



    lab code    core              depth m  species  18O      13C      depth cm
    A 85/1422   V19/248              0.020 GRUBER CW    0.03     1.15
    A 85/1424   V19/248              0.100 GRUBER CW   -0.10     0.96
    A 85/1426   V19/248              0.150 GRUBER CW    0.58     1.12
    A 85/1428   V19/248              0.210 GRUBER CW    1.01     0.78
    A 85/1430   V19/248              0.250 GRUBER CW    0.87     0.83
    A 85/1429   V19/248              0.250 GRUBER CP    0.58     0.47
    A 85/1431   V19/248              0.310 GRUBER CP    0.53     0.53
    A 85/1432   V19/248              0.310 GRUBER CW    0.58     0.84
    A 85/1472   V19/248              0.410 GRUBER CP    0.48     0.84
    A 85/1471   V19/248              0.410 GRUBER CW    0.39     0.68
    A 85/1473   V19/248              0.510 GRUBER CW    0.23     0.87

    A 85/1421   V19/248              0.020 GSACC  C    -0.41     2.02
    A 85/1423   V19/248              0.100 GSACC  C    -0.49     2.01
    A 85/1425   V19/248              0.150 GSACC  C     0.34     1.25
    A 85/1427   V19/248              0.210 GSACC  C     0.22     0.82

    A 86/2173   V19/248              0.020 PWUELL       2.44     0.65
    A 86/2175   V19/248              0.020 UVIG         2.93     0.27
    A 86/2174   V19/248              0.020 CIBKULL      2.69     0.76

    DATASET ENDS
    

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