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Table T2. Location of description and measurements made during Expedition 313. (See table notes.)

  L/B Kayd, offshore New Jersey
 Onshore Science Party, Bremen
Core description:
 Core catcher description
Core photography:
 Core catcher photography  

Whole-core multisensor logging:
 Magnetic susceptibility
 Electrical resistivity  

 pH by ion-specific electrode
 Alkalinity by single-point titration to pH
 Ammonium by conductivity
 Chlorinity by automated electrochemical titration*

Downhole logging:
 Spectral natural gamma ray
 Induction resistivity
 Full waveform sonic
 Optical imaging
 Acoustic imaging
 Acoustic caliper
 Electrical conductivity
 Vertical seismic profiling
Core description:
 Split-core visual core description

Core photography:
 Full core and close-up photography
Discrete sample index physical properties:
 Compressional P-wave velocity
 Bulk, dry, and grain density
 Water content
 Porosity and void ratio  

 IW analysis by ICP-AES and IC
 Sediment TOC, TC, and TS by LECO (carbon-sulfur analyzer)
 Sediment mineralogy by XRD
 Calcareous nannofossils
 Benthic foraminifers
 Planktonic foraminifers
 Marine palynology (dinocysts)
 Terrestrial palynology (pollen and spores)

 Natural gamma ray (on cores)
 Thermal conductivity
 Color reflectance of split-core surface at discrete points
 Continuous digital line scanning of split-core surface
 CT scanning (selected cores only)
 Discrete paleomagnetic measurements

Notes: * = conducted prior to the Onshore Science Party at the University of Hawaii. IW = interstitial water. ICP-AES = inductively coupled plasma–atomic emission spectroscopy, IC = ion chromatography, TOC = total organic carbon, TC = total carbon, TS = total sulfur, XRD = X-ray diffraction, CT = computed tomography.

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