Deep sea drilling project CD-ROM data set
Creator: National Geophysical Data Center.
Creator: Joint Oceanographic Institutions' Deep Earth Sampling Program.
Creator: U.S. Science Support Program.
Creator: National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geophysical Data Center,
LCC: GC377 D435 1989 compu/d
Description: The Deep Sea Drilling Project was an international study of the global oceans from 1968-1987 from 96 cruises of the D/V Glomar Challenger. Data resulting from intensive study of 624 sites drilled and cored during those cruises are largely contained in the Initial report of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Data taken directly from laboratory analyses and shipboard observations covering many disciplines were extracted from the Initial reports and comprise the Deep Sea Drilling Project CD-ROM data set. Data can be searched by geographic area, leg, hole/core, or type of data.
Description: v. 1. Sediment/Hardrock & reference -- v. 2 Downhole logging & underway geophysics.
Description: System requirements: IBM PC/XT/AT or compatible computer; 640K RAM memory; DOS version 2.0 or higher; hard disk (10K+); floppy disk drive; graphics: Herc., CGA, EGA, or VGA; reader/driver ISO 9660 compatible.
Subject: Deep Sea Drilling Project Databases.
Subject: Submarine geology Databases.
Subject: Marine sediments Databases.
Original relation: Also available in printed form: Initial reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project.