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DSDP Volume XCV Table of Contents

doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.1987
Publication date: April 2007

Preliminary Pages

Part I: Introduction

1. Explanatory Notes, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95, New Jersey Transect

A.A. Palmer
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.101.1987

2. Background and Objectives of the New Jersey Transect; Continental Slope and Upper Rise

C.W. Poag and A.B. Watts
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.102.1987

Part II: Site Reports

3. Site 612

Shipboard Scientific Party
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.103.1987

4. Site 613

Shipboard Scientific Party
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.104.1987

Part III: Paleontological Studies

5. Cretaceous Foraminifers from Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 612, Northwest Atlantic Ocean

M.B. Hart
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.105.1987

6. Cenozoic Planktonic Foraminifers and Hiatuses on the New Jersey Slope and Rise: Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95, Northwest Atlantic

K.G. Miller and M.B. Hart
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.106.1987

7. Eocene Benthic Foraminiferal Biofacies of the New Jersey Transect

K.G. Miller and M.E. Katz
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.107.1987

8. Neogene Benthic Foraminiferal Biofacies of the New Jersey Transect

M.E. Katz and K.G. Miller
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.108.1987

9. Quaternary Benthic Foraminifers from Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613, Leg 95, New Jersey Transect

D.B. Scott
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.109.1987

10. Cenozoic Radiolarians from Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613 (Leg 95, New Jersey Transect) and Atlantic Slope Project Site ASP 15

A.A. Palmer
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.110.1987

11. Lower Eocene Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphy Beneath the Atlantic Slope and Upper Rise off New Jersey—New Zonation Based on Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613

P.C. Valentine
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.111.1987

12. Eocene Siliceous and Calcareous Phytoplankton, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95

D. Bukry
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.112.1987

13. Diatom Occurrences, Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613

W.H. Abbott
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.113.1987

14. Campanian to Maestrichtian Dinoflagellate Cysts from the United States Atlantic Margin, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 612

B.A. Tocher
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.114.1987

15. Bolboforma (Chrysophyta?) from the Western North Atlantic

C.W. Poag and A.L. Karowe
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.115.1987

16. Cenozoic Ostracoda from Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95 off New Jersey (Sites 612 and 613)

T.M. Cronin and E.E. Compton-Gooding
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.116.1987

17. Unconformable Sequence Boundaries at Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 612, New Jersey Transect: Their Characteristics and Stratigraphic Significance

C.W. Poag and D. Low
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.117.1987

Part IV: Sedimentological Studies

18. Silica Diagenesis in Continental Slope and Rise Sediments off Eastern North America (Sites 603 and 605, Leg 93; Sites 612 and 613, Leg 95)

J. Thein and U. von Rad
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.118.1987

19. The Effects of Diagenesis on the Microstructure of Eocene Sediments Bordering the Baltimore Canyon Trough

R.H. Wilkens, B.C. Schreiber, L. Caruso, and G. Simmons
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.119.1987

20. Lithologic and Geochemical Changes across Unconformities at Site 612, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95, New Jersey Transect

M. Cousin and J. Thein
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.120.1987

21. A Tektite Layer in Upper Eocene Sediments of the New Jersey Continental Slope (Site 612, Leg 95)

J. Thein
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.121.1987

22. Sources of Miocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene Siliciclastic Sediments in Unit I, Sites 612 and 613

J. Mazzullo
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.122.1987

Part V: Geophysical Studies

23. Seismic Modeling of Diagenetic Effects in Cenozoic Marine Sediments at Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613

D. Goldberg, R.H. Wilkens, and D. Moos
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.123.1987

24. Underway Geophysics during Leg 95

G.S. Mountain
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.124.1987

Part VI: Geochemical Studies

25. Evidence of Microbiological Activity in Leg 95 (New Jersey Transect) Sediments

M.E. Tarafa, J.K. Whelan, R.S. Oremland, and R.L. Smith
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.125.1987

26. A Mössbauer Study of Oceanic Sediments from Site 612, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95

Y. Minai, Y. Nakamura, and T. Tominaga
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.126.1987

27. Carbon and Hydrogen Isotopes in Gas Samples from Leg 95, Holes 603D and 613

M.J. Whiticar and E. Faber
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.127.1987

28. Quantity, Provenance, and Thermal Maturity of Organic Matter from the New Jersey Continental Margin, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 95

R. Stein, J. Rullkötter, W. Kalkreuth, and D.H. Welte
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.128.1987

29. Sediment Slumps in the Middle and Lower Eocene of Deep Sea Drilling Project Holes 605 and 613: Chemical Detection by Pyrolysis Techniques

M.E. Tarafa, J.K. Whelan, and G.S. Mountain
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.129.1987

Part VII: Regional Geological Studies

30. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Evolution of the New Jersey Continental Slope and Upper Rise: An Integration of Borehole Data with Seismic Reflection Profiles

C.W. Poag and G.S. Mountain
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.130.1987

31. Surficial Geology of the Continental Margin offshore New Jersey in the Vicinity of Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 612 and 613

J.A. Farre and W.B.F. Ryan
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.131.1987

Part VIII: Cruise Synthesis

32. The New Jersey Transect: Stratigraphic Framework and Depositional History of a Sediment-Rich Passive Margin

C.W. Poag
doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.95.132.1987

Back Pocket Foldouts

Superlog for Site 612.

Superlog for Site 613.

Chapter 30:

Figure 19. Uninterpreted segments of eight multichannel seismic dip lines.
Figure 20. Interpretations of eight multichannel seismic dip lines.
Figure 21. Interpreted segments of multichannel seismic lines 25, 34, 35, and 79-201

Chapter 32:

Figure 20. A. Uninterpreted seismic section, USGS multichannel Profile 25. B. Stratigraphic interpretation of USGS multichannel seismic Profile 25. Shaded sequences are for visual enhancement only. Sequences 7 and 6 can be traced along the Conrad 21 profile to Site 603, where microfossils show that they are of middle Miocene age. Profile Conrad 21 intersects Profile 25 at approximately shot point 6300.
Figure 24. A. Uninterpreted segment of USGS multichannel seismic profile 35, a strike section, which intersects profile 25 along the upper continental rise. B. Stratigraphic interpretation of USGS multichannel seismic profile 35 showing the series of buried, stacked, erosional channels (modified from Poag, 1985a).
Figure 25. A. Uninterpreted segment of profile Conrad 21 (MCS-77) crossing Site 603. B. Interpretation of stratigraphic relationships along the Conrad 21 profile.
Figure 27. Segments of six multichannel seismic profiles (dip sections) across the Baltimore Canyon Trough showing the stratigraphy and depositional sequences near the hinter-shelf edge during the middle Eocene to early Miocene.

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Citations

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