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Clay-mineral distribution in surface sediments of the Eurasian Arctic Ocean and continental margin as indicator for source areas and transport pathways - a synthesis / Monika Wahsner, and 6 others.

Title: Clay-mineral distribution in surface sediments of the Eurasian Arctic Ocean and continental margin as indicator for source areas and transport pathways - a synthesis / Monika Wahsner, and 6 others.
Author(s): Wahsner, Monika.
Date: 1999.
In: Boreas. (1999.), Vol. 28(1) (1999)
Abstract: Distributions are discussed to identify sources and transport paths of terrigenous material. Main clay minerals are illite and chlorite. Kara Sea and western Laptev Sea are enriched in smectite, with values up to 70%. Highest concentrations of illite are in East Siberian Sea and around Svalbard. Chlorite is mineral with lowest changes in concentration in Eastern Arctic, between 10 and 25%. Data shows that insignificant clay fraction is carried on sea ice.
Notes:

Boreas. Vol. 28(1) :215-233 (1999).

Keywords: 551.3.051 -- Sedimentation and stratification.
551.465 -- Oceanography, dynamics.
552.523 -- Clay.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*684) -- Laptev Sea.
(*685) -- Kara Sea.
SPRI record no.: 150973

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