Terrigeneous Components Dataset from the ANT28-D1-7 Sediment Sample in Bransfield of Antarctic
NIE Senyan1WANG Rujian1XIAO Wenshen1
1State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology Tongji University
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Antarctic Peninsula,clay mineral,tephra layer,Ice Rafted Debris
Bransfield Bay, located at Antarctic Peninsula, is a sensitive region to global climate change. Terrigeneous components including clay minerals and coarse fractions in the sediment provide paleo-climate and paleo-environment information. The ANT28-D1-7 sediment sample was collected in the 28th Chinese National Antarctic Expedition in 2012. By physical and chemical parameters analysis, the data related to the AMS14C, clay mineral composition, coarse fractions, tephra concentration were developed. The were archived in 4 data files in .xls format.
NIE Senyan,WANG Rujian,XIAO Wenshen.2014.Terrigeneous Components Dataset from the ANT28-D1-7 Sediment Sample in Bransfield of Antarctic ( ANT28-D1-7 ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2014.02.12.V1