SC2000 code/definition tables.
Beg_dep Depth (m) for start of dredge.
Bottom Distance (cm) below core surface for end of lith segment.
Depth: Seafloor depth, meters
Depth2 Depth (m) for end of dredge.
Device codes: Sampling device table
Diameter: Coring device diameter, cm.
End_dep Depth (m) for end of dredge.
Kg (total): Total weight of rock collection.
Latitude: Decimal degrees, +N
Length: Core length, cm.
Level: Distance (cm) below core surface at which smear slide analysis was made.
Longitude: Decimal degrees, +E
Physio codes: Physiographic province table
Rock category codes: Category table used to augment the rock descriptions.
Rock type codes: Type table used to augment the rock descriptions.
Rock weight codes: Weight table used to augment the rock descriptions.
Rock mineralogy codes: Mineralogy table used to augment the rock descriptions.
Rock weathering codes: Weathering table used to augment the rock descriptions.
Rock glass codes: Glass table used to augment the rock description.
Sediment codes: Tables for sediment type, relationship and special feature codes.
Ship codes: Ship table
Top: Distance (cm) below core surface for start of lith segment.
Vita codes: Vita table used to augment the device type.
Weight: Total weight of rock collection, Kilograms.
This application uses a subset of the ArcView interface standard button set. Additional buttons/tools have been developed for specific functions. To obtain a more detailed description of the various button/tool functions see the Arc Buttons documention.
The DESC description tool displays images stored in the .pdf format. If your browser does not have the plug-ins to automatically display these files you may download and display or convert them locally.
While you can select sample sites for a particular cruise, it may be easier to see where a particular cruise sampled. Charts have been pre-generated for each cruise and leg. These are stored in .GIF format and can be viewed by navigating to the Cruises directory. The files are identified by SHIP_CRUISE_LEG convention.
(The SHIP abbreviation codes may be found in the Ship table).
Seafloor sediment thickness has been provided courtesy of Dr. David Divens,
NOAA National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), Marine Geology and Geophysics
Division. The thickness are measured in meters and the scale bar is not
in uniform divisions but almost logarithmic. A complete description of the
data collection may be found at the
NGDC web site.