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Magnetic field uplog, 19990705 for HSDP-2-A (592.5 m - 998.5 m)

  • SDDB
  • International Continental Scientific Drilling Program
  • Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project
  • 2008-08-27
  • Magnetic field uplog, 19990705 for HSDP-2-A (592.5 m - 998.5 m)
  • 10.1594/GFZ.SDDB.1112
  • borehole_deviation_X_comp
  • borehole_deviation_Y_comp
  • borehole_deviation_total_calc
  • magnetic_X_component
  • magnetic_Y_component
  • magnetic_Z_component
  • magnetic_horizontal_field_calc
  • magnetic_inclination_calc
  • magnetic_total_field_calc
  • A quasi-continuous magnetic log has been obtained in the Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project 2 (HSDP-2) between 600 m and 1800 m, which corresponds to a time interval of approximately 350 ka to 480 ka. A tri-axial borehole magnetometer was employed to measure the horizontal and vertical magnetic fields. Measurements were taken in downhole and uphole runs, with a good correlation between the two. In a first step the logs were corrected for the transfer function of the employed low-pass filter and then for the logging depths. To calculate rock magnetizations from magnetic components, we used a multidisk cylindrical model for the penetrated rocks. The disk thickness corresponds with 0.1 m to the logging sampling rate. Magnetic borehole logging in the HSDP-2 hole has established the following: Massive lava flows can be distinguished from those with prevailing hyaloclastites and enables us to supplement the lithology, especially in depth intervals with poor core recovery.
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