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Hall, I.R.; Hemming, S.R.; LeVay, L.J.; Barker, S.; Berke, M.A.; Brentegani, L.; Caley, T.; Cartagena-Sierra, A.; Charles, C.D.; Coenen, J.J.; Crespin, J.G.; Franzese, A.M.; Gruetzner, J.; Han, X.; Hines, S.K.V.; Jimenez-Espejo, F.J.; Just, J.; Koutsodendris, A.; Kubota, K.; Lathika, N.; Norris, R.D.; Pereira dos Santos, T.; Robinson, R.; Rolinson, J.M.; Simon, M.H.; Tangunan, D.; van der Lubbe, J.J.L.; Yamane, M.; Zhang, H.
This composite report includes data from numerous interstitial water (IW) analyses (e.g., ICP-LIQUIDS and IONCHROM) in a variable set of columns. Each row combines the data from several tests (groups of measurements made on the same sample at the same time) for a particular IW sample. If data do not exist for a particular expedition, the column does not appear. To identify individual samples and tests, see each separate analysis (ALKALINITY, ICP-LIQUIDS, IONCHROM, SALINITY, SPECTRO, TITRATOR, and potentially others). Major and minor elements were determined by inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrocsopy (ICP-LIQUIDS). Cations and anions were measured by ion chromatography (IONCHROM). Complex ions were measured by colorimetric measurements using a UV-VIS spectrometer (SPECTRO). Alkalinity and chloride was measured by titration (ALKALINITY and TITRATOR). Dissolved carbon (DC), dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) were measured by combustion in a total organic carbon (TOC) analyzer. Salinity was measured by refractometer (SALINITY). pH was measured by ion-selective electrode as part of the alkalinity procedure and is reported in the ALKALINITY analysis.