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1 12888-1   54.6935 10.3489 H 17.94 I 44.44   20   0 299 sandy plow sole traces and mollusc traces Vejsnaes Channel, Kiel Bay.   20.04.1979 2 26.5 Piston corer 4 m (Kolbenlot) 300 F. Werner (2002): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of Kiel Bay (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 54: 41-72. K. Winn, F. Werner & H. Erlenkeuser (1988): Hydrography of the Kiel Bay, Western Baltic, during the Littorina Transgression.- Meyniana, 40:31-46. Dr. Friedrich Werner Films have widths between 7 - 13 cm. Some were cut parallel a few centimeters behind each other. Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.01.2007
2 GIK 10012   54.6018 10.667 J 0.00 I 33.00   15     159 numerous worm tubes, some U-forms. 0-82 cm: olive grey, medium to fine sandy clay; 82-87 cm: as above, strongly bioturbated; 87-97: black peat, decomposed with burrows, passing into 97-111 cm: dark grey, humose gyttja; 111-157 cm: finely bedded marls (Seekreide) with carbonaceous streaks and fossils.   13.05.1969 5/69 24 2 m box corer (Kastenlot) 159 F. Werner (2002): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of Kiel Bay (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 54:41-72. F. Werner, R. Newton, W. Rehder 2 series, slim (7 cm) from 0-111 cm, 11-81 cm not found, 81-159 cm, and broad (13.5 cm) from 0-158 cm.    
6 GIK 12513-1   54.6772 10.7467 I 23.33 H 42.31   4   0 28 Worm tubes and ?bivalve traces. Sediment surface with 12 Ophiura albida. Mixed lag sediment, braun, with IRDs in uppermost 10 cm. Pebbles to 14 cm diameter, including flint. Lightly bioturbated, remnant layering to 20 cm. Sediment layers intact below 20 cm.   14.11.1972 11 27 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 30 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder : Sediment slice B was cut 12 cm behind slice A parallel to it. Slices C and D were cut to their left and right sides respectively. K. Winn  
7 GIK 12512-1   54.6772 10.7483 I 23.41 H 42.19   10   0 33 Verformungswühlgefüge (disruptive structures), Gestaltungswühlgefüge (relief structures). Wurmbauten (Arenicola), Wurmtubes cf. Thalassia Surface with 10 Ophiura albida Forbes. 0-35 cm: brown, fine to medium grained sand. Artica islandica valve taken out at 11 cm in slice B. Peculiar burrow at 16-20 cm in slice E.   14.11.1972 11 30 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 35 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in the marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph slices A, B and C were cut parallel behind each other at ~8 cm intervals, D was cut perpendicularly to A, B, and C to their left. K. Winn  
10 GIK 12514-1   55.3912 10.9545 F 17.11 D 39.04   2   0 21.5 hollow and U-shaped worm tubes. Roots in the upper section. Core surface with sea grass, 7 Ophiura albida, Arenicola sp. and bivalve shells. Coarse grained to gritty sands, pebbly, with decomposed bivalves. Roots in the upper section.   14.11.1972 11 26 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 25 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Slice B was cut parallel to slice A ~13 cm behind it, slice C was prepared from the right flank of AB. Slice B was not found. Photo of this radiograph was shown in Plate IV, Figure 4 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn  
11 GIK 12515-1   55.3955 10.9412 F 15.15 D 39.01   7   0 34.5 no living worms, mollusk shells, worm tubes in clay Core surface with 10 Ophiura albida, 9 bivalves (Arctica islandica, Astarte borealis, Mytilus edulis and Macoma baltica) and 1 Littorina littorea. Surficial (to 5 cm) dark grey, fine to medium grained sand, underlain by light grey, sandy clay/mud.   15.11.1972 11 27.5 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 35 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in the marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Sediment slices A, B und C were cut parallel behind each other at ~8 cm intervals, D was cut perpendicularly to ABC at their right flank. Slice D was not found. . Photo of this radiograph was shown in Plate III, Figure 3 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn  
12 GIK 12515-2 and -3   55.3955 10.9412 F 15.15 D 39.05   4   0 103 lightly bioturbated, mainly worm tubes (polychaetes) soft dark grey muds with frequent light coloured sandier layers, frequent Littorina littorea, Hydrobia sp. (Unit D), Lake marls (Unit C) with disseminated carbonaceous/ferrugenous bands in -2 below 43 cm, in -3 below 58 cm. Some Valvata piscinalis piscinalis, Bithynia tentaculata.   15.11.1972 11 28.5 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 105 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder   K. Winn  
13 GIK 12516-1   55.4017 10.9187 F 12.06 D 39.12   4   0 27 bioturbated, mainly open worm tubes (polychaetes), larger in clay than in sand. Core surface with 5 Ophiura albida, and worm holes. 0-4/5 cm: dark grey to brown, fine grained sand with small dropstones, underlain by dark grey mud/clay, layered with mm-thin sands/silts.   15.11.1972 11 29 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 27 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Sediment slices A, B und C were cut parallel behind each other at ~8 cm intervals, D was cut perpendicularly to ABC at their right flank K. Winn  
14 GIK 12517-1   55.398 10.9105 F 12.06 D 39.77   1   0 11 some open worm tubes. 3 cm thick dark grey, sandy mud at core surface with 5 Ophiura albida, overlying gravelly till.   15.11.1972 11 26.5 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 20 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Glacial till below 11 cm was too compact to cut a sediment slice K. Winn  
15 GIK 12518-1   55.3855 10.9 F 12.13 D 40.80   2   0 14.2 bifurcate feeding traces in top 3 cm Core surface with 6 Ophiura albida . Top 3 cm dark grey mud on gravels, which overlie dark grey glacial tills   15.11.1972 11 24 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 20 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Slices A and B were cut side by side on the same front of box core K. Winn  
16 GIK 12519-1   55.4112 10.9738 F 15.33 D 36.14   6   0 32 bivalve feeding traces, open and filled worm tubes Core surface with 3 Ophiura albida and many worm tubes sticking out. 0-22 cm with dark to blackish grey, fine grained sand with occassional bivalves, Pectinaria sp. and worm tubes, underlain by grey clays and glacial tills.   15.11.1972 11 25 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 40 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph slices A, C to E were cut parallel behind each other at ~4 cm intervals, A’ to E’ were offsets to their right side.Slice B was not found. Photo of this missing broad radiograph was shown in Plate III, Figure. 1 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn  
17 GIK 12519-2   55.4112 10.9738 F 15.43 D 36.15   8   0 286.5 open and filled worm tubes in Unit E : 0-10/12 cm: dark olive grey muddy sand (Unit G), 10/12-157 cm: dark grey muddy sand and sandy mud with thin layers of reddish grey fine sands (Unit E), single and double valves of Cerastoderma edule frequent between 24 to 50 cm. 157-286.5 cm: laminated clay and sand (Unit D), seldom bioturbated. For definitions of Unit D, E & G see Winn (1974).   15.11.1972 11 25 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 300 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Films of radiographs between 137.5 cm and 220 cm were not found. Photo of this missing section was shown in Plate VI, Figure 2 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn  
18 GIK 12520-1   55.4245 10.9328 F 9.30 D 35.95   7   0 32 bivalve feeding traces, open and filled worm tubes, living chambers of Calliostoma sp., movement traces of bivalves in laminated Unit D (Winn, 1974). Core surface with 2 Ophiura albida and bivalve shells. Dark grey, fine grained sand, occasional shells and small dropstones.   15.11.1972 11 30 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 40 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Special remarks: Radiograph slices A to D were cut parallel behind each other at ~5 cm intervals, E was cut perpendicularly to them on their right flank. Radiograph film of sediment slices A and C iwere not found. Photos of these missing radiographs were shown in Plate IV, Figures 1 and 2 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn  
19 GIK 12520-2   55.4245 10.9337 F 9.35 D 35.90   8   0 234 bivalve feeding traces, open and filled worm tubes 0-20 cm: dark grey, soft, fine grained sand (Unit G); 20-156.7 cm:irregular boundary. Laminations of sandy clays and clays (Unit D), current bedding in some sand layers and lenses; 156.7-234 cm:brown to grey sandy muds with carbonaceous streaks (Unit C).   15.11.1972 11 29.5 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 234 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder   K. Winn  
20 GIK 12521-1   55.4017 10.895 F 10.00 D 39.87   6   0 26.5 Astarte sp. and Abra sp. shells in upper cm recent sediment overlying glacial till, Asterias rubens and Arenicola marina at sediment surface. Core surface with 7 Ophiura albida, Asterias rubens, and Arenicola marina, and a few worm tubes. Dark grey sandy mud at top 3 cm, eroded glacial tills with cobbles to about 15 cm underlain by light grey glacial till. At 24 cm is a 5 mm clay layer above a 15 cm reddish brown sandy clay band, in turn underlain by brown glacial till.   15.11.1972 11 24.5 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 30 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Slices A, B and C en echelon (~8 cm) behind to each other at 5 cm intervals. D and F were to the left and right of BC respectively. K. Winn  
21 GIK 12521-2   55.4017 10.895 F 10.00 D 35.87   6   0 50 worm burrows present down to 17/18 cm. dark blackish brown, fine grained sand with twigs and small pebbles to 18 cm, underlain by light grey glacial till with small pebbles including whitish clay fragments.   15.11.1972 11 25.5 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 54 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder   K. Winn  
22 GIK 10511-1   54.663 10.758       7   0 236 very strongly bioturbated with worm tubes including head chambers of Pectinaria koreni,, linear and curved structures due to movement of Bivalves in sediment, living chambers of small crustacea. 0-5 cm: brown fine grained sand with Astarte borealis and small dropstones (Unit G); 5-219 cm: grey, fine grained sand with organic carbon-rich layers and shell fragments at 197 cm, org. rich between 207 to 219 cm, ?Corbula sp.at 191-194 cm (Unit F & E?); 219-236 cm: brownish grey clays and sandy clays, laminated.   15.02.1974 17 26.5 Vibrocorer 236 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178 Kyaw Winn Radiographs between 137.5 to 220 cm were not found. Photo of this core segment was shown in Plate VI, Figure 5 (Winn, 1974). Kyaw Winn 21.03.2006
23 GIK 12546-1   55.4475 10.8762 F 00.25 D 25.14   7   0 33 Intensively bioturbated with worm and echinoid activity. Worm tubes have normal, agglutinated lined, and strengthened walls, and were partially or completely filled with sediment. Multiple burrows were also present. Sediment description: 5 Ophiura sp., 5 Abra alba, 1 Littorina littorea, 1 living Echinocardium cordatum and several worm tubes were observed at the sediment surface Dark brownish grey, fine grained muddy sand to 1.5 cm passing downwards into black peaty muds to 6 cm, followed by light grey sandy mud with reddish tint to 35 cm.   24.01.1973 12 26.4 Kastengreifer 35 K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178 Kyaw Winn Radiograph slices A-A’ to C-C’ were cut in serie parallel behind each other at ~8 cm intervals, D-D’ was cut perpendicularly to ABC on their left flank. Slice C was not found. Photo of this missing radiograph was shown in Plate V, Figure 2 (Winn, 1974). Photo of the surface of this core with echinoid, worm tubes and bioerosional features was shown in Plate VII (op. cit.). K. Winn 27.03.2006
24 GIK 12546-2   55.447 10.875 F 00.00 D 35.10   11   0 290 Bioturbated with worm tubes having normal, lined, and agglutinated walls, which were partially or completely filled with sediment. Multiple burrows present in top 15 cm of core. 0-12/16 cm: dark olive grey fine grained muddy sand (Unit G). Irregular lower contact; 12/16-63 cm: grey sandy mud/clay (Unit E) with occasional mollusc shells, especially small Cerastoderma edule; 63-64.5 cm: dark reddish grey very sandy mud/clay (Unit E); 64.5-275.5 cm: Alternations of light and dark grey clayey and fine sandy bands (laminations). Cerastoderma edule layer between 77 and 86 cm (Unit D); 275.5-300 cm dark grey marls (Unit C).   24.01.1973 12 26.5 Schwerelot 300 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101 Kyaw Winn Radiographs from 0-27, 27-54.5………….to 247-274.5, 274.5-290 cm. Bioturbate features in the section from the surface to 82 cm were denoted and described additionally. K. Winn 27.03.2006
26 GIK 12547-1   55.4525 10.8615 E 22.00 D 34.90   6   0 33 Intensely bioturbated from molluscs and worms. No layering, sediment structures of bivalve dwelling positions and from bivalve movements. 12 Ophiura sp., a few shells including Arctica islandica valve, and some worm tubes at the sediment surface Grey, very fine grained muddy sand to 5 cm, anoxic with H2S smell and black patches to 21 cm. Living echinoid was observed in top 4 cm.   24.01.1973 12 24.5 Boxcorer (Kastengreifer) 35 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. Winn/Rehder Slice A, B und C were cut parallel behind each other at ~9 cm intervals, D was cut perpendicular to ABC at their right flank. K. Winn 27.03.2006
27 GIK 12548-1   55.483 10.925 E 17.90 D 30.80   4   0 25.5 Bioturbated with Pectinaria koreni living at sediment surface. Their burrows with well preserved traces of head chambers (hc) reach down to 19 cm in depth. Surface with worm tubes only. 8 to 10 cm brown fine grained sand with shell fragments (including Cerastoderma edule) irregularly overlying light grey clays and sandy clays.   24.01.1973 12 31 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 21 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph slice B was cut 10 cm behind slice A, C and D were cut perpendicularly to A and B on their left and right sides. Kyaw Winn 02.01.2007
28 GIK 12548-2   55.485 10.925 E 18.00 D 30.86   11   0 288.5 bioturbated 0-5 cm dark brown, fine grained sand, irregularly overlying clayey sand to 210 cm depth. Followed below by grey, fine to medium grained sand with gritty appearance, due to shell fragments from 210-288 cm (Unit E, Winn 1974).   24.01.1973 12 31 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 289 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs 0-27.5 cm, 27.5-55 cm to 175-288.6 cm, 5.5 cm in breadth. 5 additional negatives (not shown) with different exposure times. Kyaw Winn 02.01.2007
29 GIK 12549-2   55.5585 10.96 E 18.00 C 41.20   3   0 27 Bioturbated with hollow worm tubes having lined and unlined walls, which may be partially or fully filled with sediment. Composite burrow were bored and constructed by various organisms. The original tube was enlarged (spreiten burrow). Pectinaria sp., Terebellides stroemi and Echiurus echiurus are the likely candidates for the composite traces. 10 Ophiura sp., 1 living Abra alba plus 10 shells, 1 living Corbula gibba plus 2 shells, fragments of Arctica islandica, and numerous worm tubes were present at the sediment surface. The core was composed of dark greyish-brown to black mud/clay with sandy patches, with shells of Abra alba, Corbula gibba, Arctica islandica, Mya sp., and Echinocardium cordatum. Valves in sediment were convex upwards. Two living echinoids were found just under the core surface and in-depth at 3.5 cm.   24.01.1973 12 27 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 32 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178.s K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies 0-27 cm, Slices A, B, C were taken 8 cm apart, Slice D was perpendicular to ABC. Film of Slice C was not found. Photo of this missing radiograph was illustrated in Plate V, Figure. 4 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn 04.01.2007
30 GIK 12549-1   55.5242 10.9638 E 18.13 C 41.27   3   0 159.8 lightly bioturbated with hollow and partially filled worm tubes 0-4 cm:greyish-black very fine grained muddy sand. 4-32 cm:grey to dark grey, muddy sand with occasional mollusc shells, black at 27.5-29.5 cm (Unit G); 32-159.8 cm (Unit F):grey clayey sands with brown patches at 86.5-95.2 cm, abundant at 110-137.5 cm. Sand content gradually decreases with depth to 139 cm, increased again slightly between 139 to 155 cm.   24.01.1973 12 27.5 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 160 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178.s K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs from 0-27.5 cm, (27.5-55 cm, 55-82.5 cm and 82.5-110 cm were not found), 110-137.5 cm and 137.5-159.8 cm. Photo of this missing sections were shown in Plate VI, Figure 2 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn 04.01.2007
31 GIK 12550-1   55.5042 10.9638 E 22.00 C 43.73   6   0 31.5 Bioturbated, dominantly through mollusc and echinoid activities. 10 large Ophiura sp. with tracks, 13 Abra alba shells, and worm tubes were present at the sediment surface. 3 cm light brown, muddy sand, underlain by dark grey, very muddy sand passing into lighter brown sandy mud between 12-14 cm depth.   24.01.1973 12 26 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 34 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies 0-31.5 cm, Slices A, B, C taken 12 cm apart, Slices D and E are perpendicular to ABC. K. Winn 04.01.2007
32 GIK 12550-2   55.5042 10.9638 E 21.95 C 43.70   6   0 162 Bioturbated through bivalves and few echinoids. 18 cm black, soft, smelly mud with occassional decayed shells, underlain by dark grey fine sandy mud , mor compact with depth. H2S smell especially in the lower section.   24.01.1973 12 26.2 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 165 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies 0-27.5 cm, 27.5-55 cm......138-162 cm. K. Winn 08.01.2007
33 GIK 12552-1   55.4813 10.9747 F 3.04 C 44.28   5   0 27.3 Worm tubes and traces left by molluscs and echinoids. grey, fine grained clayey sand with 2 Pectinaria koreni, 3 Abra alba and worm tubes. Upper 4 cm of core darker than lower part. Wood fragments at 13.5, 17 and 18 cm depths.   24.01.1973 12 21.8 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 34 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies 0-27.3 cm. Schicht A, B und C sind parallel hintereinander mit ca. 8 cm Abstand, D und E sind senkrecht am Rand entnommen worden. K. Winn 08.01.2007
34 GIK 12552-2   55.4813 10.9747 F 3.01 C 44.12       0 145 Intensely bioturbated with worm tubes and traces of mollusc movements. Dark grey (10 cm) and grey (50 cm) fine grained muddy sand to 60 cm depth, underlain by grey sandy mud to 112 cm (Unit E), followed by a laminated sequence to 141 cm (Unit D), with fine grained sand at 141-145 cm. Wood fragment at 55.5 cm, and sporadic sand pockets with coarser grained component in Unit E, and small dropstones between 72 to 105 cm, Cerastoderma edule shells at 142-145 cm.   24.01.1973 12 22 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 145 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in the marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs at 0-27.5, 27.5-55.................137.5-144 cm. K. Winn 08.01.2007
35 GIK 12553-2   55.4663 11.0168 F 9.79 C 44.75   7   0 32 Intensely bioturbated through bivalve activity. Some worm tubes. Core surface was covered (2 cm thick) with light brown muddy sand. 9 large Ophiura sp., 8 Abra alba (shells with both valves), and worm tubes were observed. The sediments were light brown, fine grained, muddy sand with light H2S smell.   24.01.1973 12 19 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 33 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies (0-30/32 cm) of Slices A, A', B, B' & C were taken at 8 cm intervals parallel to each other, D and E were perpendicular to ABC at left and right flanks. K. Winn 08.01.2007
36 GIK 12553-1   55.4663 11.0168 F 9.73 C 44.81       0 33   brown fine grained sand to 23 cm, followed by grey, silty sand to 77 cm overlying dark grey, laminated clays to 122 cm.   24.01.1973 12 19 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 122 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder keine Radiographien gefunden K. Winn 08.01.2007
37 GIK 12554-1   55.4567 10.9252 F 2.95 D 32.48   3   0 30 Bioturbated with worm, echinoid and mollusc activity. Core surface with 5 large Ophiura sp. and small shells of Macoma sp. The sediment column was composed of grey, very soft, sandy clay with darker grey, blackish bands at 2 cm and 6-7 cm depth, abundant shells of Cerastoderma edule and Arctica islandica, among others.   24.01.1973 12 26 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 35 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies (0-30 cm) of Slices A, B, & B' were taken 10 cm apart parallel to each other. K. Winn 08.01.2007
38 GIK 12554-2   55.4617 10.9287 F 3.15 D 32.37   5   0 137.5 bioturbated greyish black, muddy sand to 17 cm (Unit G) overlying grey to light grey clay to 38 cm, followed by alternations of dark and lighter colored layers to 124.5 cm (Unit D). Alternating dark grey sandy mud and muddy sand below to 142 cm with a 2 cm dropstone at 131 cm. Some synsedimentary structures, especially in the lower part.   24.01.1973 12 25.3 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 142 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies (0-27.5, 27.5-55,.....110-137.5 cm) of core K. Winn 08.01.2007
39 GIK 12555-1   55.4408 10.9493 F 7.89 D 33.65   4   0 109 Bioturbational structures from Echinocardium cordatum (Scolicia isp.), molluscs, and by the spoonworm Echiurus echiurus. dark brownish grey soft mud to 16 cm overlying grey mud to 105 cm, sandy in places (e.g. irregular patch at 35-42 cm). Abundant Cerastoderma shells between 100 and 109 cm.   24.01.1973 12 23.8 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 109 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographies (0-27, 27-54.5, 54.5-82, & 82-108 cm) of core. K. Winn 08.01.2007
40 GIK 12555-2   55.4408 10.9485 F 8.20 D 33.90   4   0 27.5 bioturbated 2 small Ophiura sp, 2 living Littorina littorea, over 60 small white worms and abundant tubes at the sediment surface. Dark brownish grey, soft sandy mud to 16 cm with black er banding at 2-4 cm, overlying grey, more sandier mud. Darker carbonaceous patches present. Dropstones below 10 cm, locally frequent in nests.   24.01.1973 12 24 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 109 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph Slices A, B & C were cut parallel in serie at 9 cm intervals, D is perpendicular to ABC to their left side. K. Winn 08.01.2007
41 GIK 12556-1   55.4167 10.8418 F 2.89 D 40.22   3   0 24 bioturbated grey, fine sandy mud with dark patches at 2-3 and 7-8 cm from surface, with Arctica islandica in living position (valves vertically oriented), dead A. isandica shell lying horizontally, plus several Abra alba shells.   24.01.1973 12 21.5 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 109 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph Slices A, B & C were cut parallel in serie at 9 cm intervals, D is perpendicular to ABC to the left.5-82, & 82-108 cm) of core K. Winn 08.01.2007
42 GIK 12557-1   55.385 10.8375 F 7.85 D 43.83   5   0 30 intensely bioturbated Core surface with 7 Ophiura sp., 6 Abra alba, 2 small Cerastoderma sp. & 1 Littorina littorea. Grey sandy mud with shells, from 1-9 cm very dark blackish, with darker patches in the lower core section to 31 cm. Fine to medium grained sand at 31-34 cm.   24.01.1973 12 25.5 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 34 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiograph Slices A, B, B' & C were cut parallel in serie at 8 cm intervals behind each other. Slice D is perpendicular to ABC at the left flank. K. Winn 08.01.2007
43 GIK 12557-2   55.385 10.8375 F 7.94 D 43.95   8   0 201 bioturbated 0-11.3 cm: dark grey soft sandy mud. 11.3-42.5 cm:dark grey, soft, fine to medium frained sand with some sandy mud layers. 42.5-103 cm: grey, compacter, fine grained muddy sand, more clayey downwards. 103-201 cm: grey clays with occassional shells, at 127 cm, Turritella sp., at 197 cm Ostrea sp. Units E and F of Winn, 1974.   24.01.1973 12 25.7 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 200 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs at 0-27.5, 27.5-55,............192.5-201 cm. K. Winn 08.01.2007
44 GIK 12558-1   55.376 10.9022 F 15.03 D 42.77   3   0 75 Large bioturbate structures 0-4 cm: dark grey mud, 4-31 cm: grey mud (Unit D, Winn 1974), faintly layered with lowest 5 cm mit light grey laminations/layering 2-10 mm thick and Cerastoderma edule, overlying 1 cm brown peat at 31-32 cm. 32-47 cm, Unit C: brown, fine sandy mud with numerous shell fragments forming whitish layers 40-47 cm (calcareous gyttja). 47-65.5 cm, Unit B: dark reddish brown peat to 52 cm followed by light olive brown, sandy mud (gyttja) rich in carbonaceous matter. Irregular boundary to light grey till 64/65.5 cm to 75 cm (Unit A).   24.01.1973 12 23.2 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 75 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs at 0-27, 27-54.5 & 54.5-75 cm. K. Winn 08.01.2007
45 GIK 12558-2   55.3757 10.901 F 15.05 D 42.84   4   0 27 Worm tubes and bivalve traces. 4 Ophiura sp. and 1 living Astarte compressa found at sediment surface. 0-4/14 cm: dark grey fine grained sand with dropstones of Unit G (Winn 1974) irregularly overlying light grey, slightly laminated clays of Unit D to 23/24 cm. Dark grey, calcareous, sandier clays rich in carbonaceous matter were present below 23/24 cm (Lake Marls, Unit C).   24.01.1973 12 23.2 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 30 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A (missing), B (9 cm behind A), C and D perpendicular to AB on left and right flanks. K. Winn 08.01.2007
46 GIK 12559-1   55.3437 10.8358 F 14.92 E 31.06   4   0 14 Slightly bioturbated with worm tubes. 1 shell of Macoma sp. and agglutinated sand worm tubes on sediment surface. Light brown, medium grained sand, black at 4-6 cm from surface, irregular boundaries. Basal sands flowed out during core retrieval.   24.01.1973 12 11 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 15 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B (5 cm behind A), C (7 cm behind B) & D on right flank perpendicular to ABC. K. Winn 09.01.2007
47 GIK 12560-1   55.345 10.8828 F 20.93 D 45.97   4   0 21 Large bioturbation structures dominantly from Molluscs 1 Ophiura sp., 1 Cerastoderma sp., and roots were observed on the sediment surface. 0-15 cm: brownish grey fine to medium grained sand, 2 cm thick black band at 2.5-6/4-8 cm from surface, irregular boundaries. Grey, sandy clay below 15 cm with black pebbles.   24.01.1973 12 29 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 25 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B (9 cm behind A), C (9 cm behind B) & D on right flank perpendicular to ABC. K. Winn 09.01.2007
48 GIK 12561-1   55.303 10.884 G 1.83 E 33.65   3   0 14 slightly bioturbated 14 Ophiura, abundant worm tubes on sediment surface. 0-1.5 cm: brownish grey mixed sediment with a few Abra alba shells, irregularily overlying weathered Till, lower part with cobbles up to 2x5x6 cm (quartzite).   24.01.1973 12 30 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 18 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B (9 cm behind A), C on right flank perpendicular to AB. K. Winn 09.01.2007
49 GIK 12567-1   55.4312 10.884 F 12.00 D 34.00   5   0 32 Intense Bioturbation 12 Ophiura, numerous worm tubes (Arenicola sp.) on sediment surface. 0-38 cm: grey sandy mud, less sandy with depth.   13.04.1973 13 19 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 38 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, A', B (8 cm behind A), C (8 cm behind B, missing), D on left flank perpendicular to ABC. Photo of missing radiograph B was shown in Plate IV, Figure 3 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn 30.04.2008
50 GIK 12568-1   55.4435 10.9758 F 10.00 D 32.50   5   0 32 intensely bioturbated 5 Ophiura sp., 1 Astarte sp., 1 large Arctica islandica (5.4 cm), and numerous worm tubes (Arenicola sp.) on sediment surface. 0-38 cm: grey sandy mud, passing downwards to grey clay. One A. islandica shell in vertical position at 8-10.5 cm.   13.04.1973 13 21 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 33 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B, B' (8 cm behind A), C (8 cm behind B), D on left flank perpendicular to ABC. K. Winn 09.01.2007
51 GIK 12569-1   55.416 10.9577 F 13.00 D 36.30   3   0 27.5 Intensely bioturbated with large traces. 5 Ophiura sp., a few living Arenicola sp., 2 Echinocordium cordatum living just under the sediment surface, and tracks of Arenicola sp. and Ophiura sp. 0-35 cm: grey sandy mud. 0-32 cm:grey, very sandy mud, bioturbated, with full primary laminations preserved only below 23 cm depth.   13.04.1973 13 24.5 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 35 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B (8 cm behind A, B missing) and C (8 cm behind B). Photo of the missing radiograph slice B was shown in Plate V, Figure 1 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn 09.01.2007
52 GIK 12570-31-35             4   0 27.5 intensely bioturbated with remnant traces. : 12570-31: mud with H2S smell, Arctica islandica, Abra alba and Pectinaria sp.; -32:sandy mud/clay with H2S smell, dead A. islandica, A. alba and Pectinaria sp.; -33: sandy mud/clay, living A. islandica, A. alba and Pectinaria sp.; -35: mud with H2S smell, A. alba shell layer, Pectinaria sp., wood fragments.   05.04.1973 18 22 Box Corer (Kastengreifer)   M. Sarnthein SFB 95 W. Rehder Vejsnaes Rinne East, Kiel Bay. Radiographs from box cores 12570-31, 12570-32, 12570-33 and 12570-35. K. Winn 30.04.2008
53 GIK 12580-1   55.4263 10.0278 F 18.00 D 33.00   2   0 14 slightly bioturbated 3 Abra alba, 3 Cerastoderma edule and 3 Astarte sp., all living, cobbles with Bryozoens. 0-14 cm:muddy sand with abundant pebbles and cobbles.   13.04.1973 14 17.4 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 15 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A and B, (8 cm behind A). K. Winn 09.01.2007
54 GIK 12581-1   55.3582 10.8683 F 15.00 D 46.00   4   0 27.5 moderately bioturbated. Abundant Ophiura sp., worm tubes, some Arctica islandica (< 6 cm) and 6 Gastropoda (incl. Nassaria sp.). 0-6 cm:brownish grey, fine to medium grained sand with small pebbles; 6-8/11 cm brown, coarse grained sand with irregular lower boundary to 8/11+ cm: brownish grey, fine to medium grained sand.   13.04.1973 14 22.4 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 32 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B, (6 cm behind A), C (6 cm behind B), and D is perpendicular to ABC on the left flank. K. Winn 09.01.2007
55 GIK 12582-1   55.3712 10.8792 F 11.92 D 44.96   4   0 25.5 Intense bioturbation mainly from mollusc activity. 2 Ophiura sp., 7 Macoma sp. single valves, 1 living Macoma baltica, Abra alba, and 1 living Lunatia sp. 0-3 cm: grey, muddy sand; 3-6 cm grey to brownish grey fine grained sand with medium to coarse grained patches, and occasional shells, and twigs.   13.04.1973 14 26.5 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 31 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn (2006): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of the Great Belt (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 58:157-178. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B, (8 cm behind A), C (8 cm behind B), and D is perpendicular to ABC on the left flank. K. Winn 09.01.2007
56 GIK 12583-1   55.385 10.9867 F 20.90 D 39.90   4   0 25.5 Intense bioturbation mainly from mollusc activity 5 Ophiura sp., a few shell fragments, and abundant sea grass at sediment surface. 0-4/10 cm: grey, fine grained sand, muddy at surface, with Arctica islandica shells and worm tubes; irregular contact to 4/10-31 cm grey fine grained sand with pebbles at 20.5 cm.   13.04.1973 14 33.8 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 31 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B, (8 cm behind A), C (8 cm behind B), and D is perpendicular to ABC on the left flank. K. Winn 09.01.2007
57 GIK 12584-1   55.3712 11.0458 G 3.84 D 37.90   4   0 25.5 Intensely bioturbated. Mollusc nests. The core (with sloping surface) is composed of grey, sandy mud with a fragment of Macoma sp., living crabs, large shell pocket with M. sp, Abra alba, Spisula sp. and Buccinum sp., Echinoid spicules between 13-17 cm. H2S smell. Cobble between 2-5 cm.   13.04.1973 14 38 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 31 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Radiographs Slices A, B, (9 cm behind A), C (7 cm behind B), and D is perpendicular to ABC on the right flank. K. Winn 09.01.2007
58 GIK 12589-1             10   50 321   Station Protocoll not found, no records available. Core was raised by Dr. Zeev Lewy, University of Jerusalem, during research sojourn in Kiel in 1973.               W. Rehder Radiographs from 50-77, 77-104,......266-293, 293-321 cm K. Winn 09.01.2007
59 GIK 12589-2             11   27 325 bioturbated Station Protocoll not found, no records available. Core was raised by Dr. Zeev Lewy, University of Jerusalem, during research sojourn in Kiel in 1973.               W. Rehder Radiographs from 27-54, 54-81,......277-304, 304-325 cm K. Winn 09.01.2007
60 GIK 12594-2   55.0858 11.0155 H 23.91 F 32.87   9   14 253 intensely bioturbated (Unit E), scarcely bioturbated (Unit D) 0-20 cm:dark grey, fine to medium grained clayey sand; 20-41 cm:dark grey to grey sand; 41-90.5 cm:fine grained sand with peat and wood pieces abundant 86-90.5 cm ; 90.5-104 cm:grey sandiger clay with shell fragments; 104-110.8 cm:sandy clay with small shells, abundant scattered peat and layers rich in organic matter (0-110.8 is Unit E); 110.8-142.5 cm (transition Unit E to D):more lightly laminated, grey clays with scattered pieces of peat, forming layers around 129 cm; 142.5-253 cm Unit D):thin alternations of light grey to grey, fine to medium grained sands, calcareous as above, with grey clays (mm-thick laminations, varve-like).   29.01.1974 16 39.6 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 255 Ref.: K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn, H. Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & M. Gustafsson (1998): Paleohydrography of the Great Belt, Denmark, during the Littorina Transgression: the isotope signal.- Meyniana, 50:237-251. W. Rehder Radiographs from 14-42, 42-69.5,......200.5-228, 228-253 cm K. Winn 09.01.2007
61 GIK 12597-2   55.2817 11.0193 G 17.93 E 31.00   9   14 245 intensely bioturbated to laminated 0-84.5 cm:dark grey, fine grained clayey sand with worm tubes (Unit E); 84.5-245 cm: grey clays, laminated with fine sand bands, 1.5-2 cm thick, laminations 1-2 mm (Unit D).   29.01.1974 16 22.6 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 245 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn, H. Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & M. Gustafsson (1998): Paleohydrography of the Great Belt, Denmark, during the Littorina Transgression: the isotope signal.- Meyniana, 50:237-251. W. Rehder Radiographs from 14-41, 41-68.5,......206-233.5, 233.5-245 cm K. Winn 09.01.2007
62 GIK 12522-2   55.3763 10.9328 F 18.91 D 41.02   5   0 127 lightly bioturbated, calm environment 0-8 cm: soft dark grey mud (Unit G); 8-66 cm grey sandy mud with Cerastoderma edule layer at 12 cm, occassional isolated shells (Unit D); 66-67 cm: reddish tint, sandier; 67-118:Olive brown clays, reddish brown in bands to 1.1 cm thick, also lighter bands. Shell fragments more abundant in lower part of core (Unit C); 118-132 cm: dark brown muddy peat, increasing organic content with depth (Unit B).   15.11.1972 11 26 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 132 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. Ref.: H. Erlenkeuser, H. Metzner & H. Willkomm (1975): University of Kiel Radiocarbon measurements VIII.- Radiocarbon, 17:276-300. K. Winn, H. Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & M. Gustafsson (1998): Paleohydrography of the Great Belt, Denmark, during the Littorina Transgression: the isotope signal.- Meyniana, 50:237-251. K. Winn/W. Rehder Only radiographs between 0-27 cm and 111-127 cm were found. Radiograph films of the core secction between 27-111 cm were not found. Photo of missing core segment shown in Plate VI, Figure 1 (Winn, 1974). K. Winn 11.01.2007
63 GIK 12524-1   55.3963 11.0337 F 23.60 D 35.99   6   0 149 bioturbated 0-7 cm: black sandy mud with occassional shells; 7-22 cm: grey sandy mud with black patches; 22-148 cm: grey sandy mud with shells , abundant Nucula sp. (Units D & E, boundary at about 105 cm depth))   15.11.1972 11 31 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 160 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder 0-27.5 cm, 27.5-55 cm,........138.5-149 cm K. Winn 11.01.2007
64 GIK 12525-1   55.3753 10.9988 F 23.91 D 39.41   7   0 39 bioturbated, with open tubes. 14 Ophiura sp and thick seagrass on the sediment surface. 0-3 cm: dark grey mud with carbonaceous matter. 3-40 cm: dark grey fine to medium grained sand with small pebbles to 14 mm diameter, and occassional shells.   15.11.1972 11 38.5 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 40 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn/W. Rehder Slices A, B, C, C', D, E & F. Slice B is 5 cm behind A, C is 6 cm behind B and D is 4 cm behind C. Slices E and F are on taken perpendicularly to ABCD on their left and right flanks respectively. K. Winn 11.01.2007
65 GIK 12523-1   55.4038 10.9917 F 18.36 D 36.46   11   0 300 bioturbated 0-19.8 cm: dark olive grey, very soft muddy sand (Unit G); 19.8-30 cm: dark grey compacter muddy sand (Unit D); 30-152 cm: grey, clay with light to dark grey at 66-68 cm, and shell fragments, abundant at 91.3-92.2 cm, 143.6-146.5 cm (Unit D); 152-300.5 cm clay as above, shell layers at 161.5-163.3 cm, 200-210 cm (Cerastoderma sp., more compact below 163 cm.   15.11.1972 11 23.5 Gravity corer (Schwerelot)astengreifer) 300.5 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. K. Winn, H. Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & M. Gustafsson (1998): Paleohydrography of the Great Belt, Denmark, during the Littorina Transgression: the isotope signal.- Meyniana, 50:237-251. K. Winn/W. Rehder 0-27, 27-54.5, 54.5-82, 82-109.5, 109.5-192 (missing), 192-219.5, 219.5-247, 247-274.5 & 274.5-300. K. Winn 11.01.2007
66 GIK 10006-1   54.6018 10.6917 J 1.70 I 31.80   6   0 159 bioturbated 0-79/81.5 cm: dark grey, very sandy mud, homogeneous except for open worm tubes, decomposed Arctica islandica shells, erosional lower boundary; 79/81.5-0-110 cm: yellowish brown, calcareous gyttja, finely layered (~1 mm thick), with some sandier lenses; 110-159 cm: dark olive carbonaceous clay (gyttja), thinly layered.   13.05.1969 5/69 28 2 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 160   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-23, 23-50 (missing), 50-77, 77-104.5, 104.5-132, 132-159 cm. K. Winn 11.01.2007
67 GIK 10007-1   54.6135 10.7102 J 2.10 I 30.10   9   0 99 bioturbated 0-5 cm: slightly sandy mud; 5-90 cm: sandy mud with a few open worm tubes, small dropstones; 90-102 cm: clayey, decomposed peat with large plant remains, bioturbated transition zone at base around 1 m depth.   13.05.1969 5/69 27 2 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 99   F. Werner, W. Rehder 0-9, 9-20.5, 20.5-32.5,.........79-90, 90-99 cm K. Winn 11.01.2007
68 GIK 10010-2   54.5965 10.7187 J 4.20 I 30.70   6   0 163.5 bioturbated 0-130 cm: olive green-grey, very sandy mud, uppermost 10 cm sandier, abundant hollow tubes 4-8 mm in diameter, some U-forms, especially between 105-110 cm, small pebbles at 108-112 cm, irregular boundary to 130-164 cm: brown to dark brown gyttja, increasing carbonaceous content with depth, passing into peat at about 150 cm   13.05.1969 5/69 27 2 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 164   F. Werner, R. Newton, W. Rehder 0-27, 27-54, 54-81.5, 81.5-109 (missing), 109-136, 136-163.5 cm K. Winn 11.01.2007
69 GIK 10011-1   54.6 10.7073 J 3.20 I 31.10   6   0 67 Worm tubes, U-Forms 0-66 cm: grey, finr sandy clay/mud.   13.05.1969 5/69 23 2 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 80   F. Werner, R. Newton, W. Rehder 0-10.5 cm, 10.5-21 cm, 21-33 cm, 33-44.5 cm, 44.5-56 cm, 56-67 cm. K. Winn 15.01.2007
70 GIK 10056-1   54.5707 10.1035 H 14.46 J 47.40   17   0 151 U-Forms 0-90 cm: olive grey sandy clay/mud with Arctica islandica; 90-95 cm: transition zone; 95-153 cm: brownish black peat with wood fragments. A grey oily clay intercalation is present from 120-125/126 cm, having irregular lower boundary.   15.05.1969 5/69 29 4 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 153   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-7 cm, 8-18 cm, 18-28 cm........140-151 cm. Stereopairs at 83-94 cm and 117.5-129 cm. Film strips are 7 cm wide to 82 cm, 12-14.3 cm wide from 83-151 cm. K. Winn 15.01.2007
71 GIK 10055-2   54.5627 10.7135 J 6.65 I 33.02   13   0 150.5 Worm tubes, U-Forms. olive grey, fine sandy mud/clay, homogeneous throughout. Worm tubes observed only from 30 cm downwards.   14.05.1969 5/69 25 2 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 151   F. Werner, R. Newton, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-12,5 cm, 12.5-24 cm................139-150.5 cm K. Winn 15.01.2007
72 GIK 10058-4   54.5183 10.0282 H 15.53 A 35.44   13   0 321   0-10 cm: black mud, irregularly overlying 10-342 cm: dark to olive grey, fine sandy mud/clay, with numerous carbonaceous layers (plant remains) and H2S smell. Sand layers at 30-33 cm, 88-94 cm, 99-102 cm, 125-127 cm, 143-146 cm, 178-181 cm, 195-201 cm, 248-252 cm, 270-278 cm, 300-303 cm. Core catcher with grey marls, shells of Hydrobia sp.   14.05.1969 5/69 27 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 353 F. Werner (2002): Bioturbation structures in marine Holocene sediments of Kiel Bay (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 41-71. F. Werner, R. Newton, W. Rehder Radiographs: 13-20 cm, 20-30 cm, 30-40 cm, 40-50 cm, 77-104 cm, 104-131 cm, .............267-294 cm, 294-321 cm. K. Winn 15.01.2007
73 GIK 10069-2       B 10.29 D 30.52 B 64.56 38   0 389   Profil 16/69   23.05.1969 6/69 250 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 400 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder 2 Series of Radiographs: 0-27.5 cm, 57-81 cm..........336-362 cm, 362-389 (with Duplicates, student practicals). K. Winn 16.01.2007
74 GIK 10071-3       B 2.20 D 41.75 A 67.30 40   0 558   Profil 16/70   23.05.1969 6/69 380 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 600 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder 2 Series of Radiographs: 0-558 cm and 16-551 cm. K. Winn 16.01.2007
75 GIK 10072-2       B 1.60 D 41.75 A 67.97 20   0 389   Profil 16/72   23.05.1969 6/69 370 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 600 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 28-55 cm, 55-82 cm..........469,5-497,5 (not found), 497-525 cm, 524,5-552 cm, 552-579 cm. (underexposed films) K. Winn 16.01.2007
76 GIK 10074-2       B 0.05 D 41.50 A 69.10 19   0 391   Profil 16/74   23.05.1969 6/69 415 4 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 400 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-5 cm, 5-16 cm, 16-44 cm, 44-72 cm, 72-99.5 cm (not found), 99,5-127,5 cm..........363.5-391 cm K. Winn 16.01.2007
77 GIK 10076-3       A 22.00 D 37.50 A 79.12 86 12 70 944 secondary Pyrite, synsedimentary tectonics, laminations. Profil 16/76   24.05.1969 6/69 445 12 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 950 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 70-80 cm, 80-90 cm, .....................924-934 cm, 934-944 cm. 5 core segments (10 cm long) exposed on a film. K. Winn 17.01.2007
78 GIK 10094-1   55.2983 15.017       43 42 5 426 secondary Pyrites     14.05.1970 5/70 71 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 480 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 5-15 cm, 15-25 cm, .....................406-416 cm, 416-426 cm. 3 to 5 core segments (10 cm long) exposed on a film (total 9 film strips) K. Winn 17.01.2007
79 GIK 10095-3   55.3117 15       36 39 9 365       14.05.1970 5/70 70 4 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 380 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 9-19 cm, 19-29 cm, .....................350-360 cm, 360-365 cm. 3 to 5 core segments (10 cm long) exposed on a film (total 8 film strips) K. Winn 17.01.2007
80 GIK 10092-2   54.6944 10.1845 H 7.78 J 35.98   34   30 370       14.05.1970 5/70 25 4 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 370   J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 30-40 cm, 40-50 cm, .....................350-360 cm, 360-370 cm. 4 to 5 core segments (10 cm long) exposed on a film (total 7 film strips). Duplicate Strip from 30-80 cm. K. Winn 17.01.2007
81 GIK 10104-1   55.2972 15.0217       55 56 17 579 Glacial varves with some bioturbation Bornholm Basin, Profile 59 (08:58 hrs).   14.05.1970 5/70 72 6 m Box corer (Kastenlot) 580 Kögler, F.C. and Larsen, B. 1979: The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: Geological structure and Quaternary sediments. Boreas 8 , 1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 17-27 cm, 27-37 cm, .....................559-569 cm, 569-579 cm. 5 core segments (10 cm long) exposed on a film (total 11 film strips) K. Winn 17.01.2007
82 GIK 10123-1   55.9867 3.9833   B 47.81 I 62.20 21   8 239   West of Helgoland   10.09.1972 9/72 54 6 m Vibration corer (6 m Vibrohammer) 244   J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 8-19 cm, 19-30 cm, .....................217-228 cm, 228-239 cm. K. Winn 17.01.2007
83 GIK 10124-2   56.5167 3.9333       8   0 97   West of Helgoland   10.09.1972 9/72 69 6 m Vibration corer 15 cm x 15 cm (6 m Vibrohammer) 99   J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-9 cm, 9-20 cm, .....................75-86 cm, 86-97 cm. K. Winn 17.01.2007
84 GIK 10125-1   54.7 7.1167       22   0 313   West of Helgoland. Fine sand below 313 cm to about 4 m in the box core was washed away as the vibrocorer was raised..   10.09.1972 9/72 32 6 m Vibration corer 15 cm x 15 cm (6 m Vibrohammer) 400   J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-11 cm, 11-22 cm, .....................291-302 cm, 302-313 cm. K. Winn 17.01.2007
85 GIK 10113-7       D 9.92 E 63.16   31   0 574   Position: TAT 31° 1.04 sm. Pour Naghshband: Physical Properties. IRD, Varves.   06.05.1971 5/71 71 6 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 575   J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 9.3-27 cm, 27-54 cm, .....................553-563 cm, 555-574 cm. K. Winn 18.01.2007
86 GIK 10116-2       D 11.30 B 37.00   38   0 820   Position: TAT 50° 3.5 sm. IRD, Dropstones, Varves.   07.05.1971 5/71 76 12 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 820   B. Stay, J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-10 cm, 10-20 cm, 20-30 cm, 30-57 cm .....................763-790 cm, 790-814 cm, 813-820 cm. K. Winn 18.01.2007
87 GIK 10117-2   15.2503 55.2844       38   0 955   Position: TAT 51°, 3.95 sm, Core located at about 3 sm southwest of Christianso Island, Bornholm Basin   10.05.1971 5/71 75 12 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 958 Kögler, F.-C. & Larsen, B. (1979): The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: geological structure and Quaternary sediments.- Boreas, 8:1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 16.5-43.5 cm, 43.5-71.5.....................935-949 cm, 948-955 cm. K. Winn 18.01.2007
88 GIK 10127-3 VA 05-04 13.798 151.667       53   53 511       06.07.1973 VA 05 5518 6m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 511   F.-C. Kögler, J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 53-66 cm, 70-81 cm, ´81-92 cm,.....................476-487 cm, 487-498 cm. Including test films). K. Winn 23.01.2007
89 GIK 10142-1 VA 08-01 9.107 148.735       94   41 950       25.03.1974 VA 08 5195 12 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 983   F.-C. Kögler, J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 41-51cm, 51-62 cm,.....................928-939 cm, 939-950 cm. K. Winn 23.01.2007
90 GIK 10192-1   55.3017 15.0217       16   59 484       24.04.1974 4/74 71 6 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 489   B. Stay, J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 59-87 cm, 87-114 cm,.....................435-461 cm, 461-484 cm. K. Winn 23.01.2007
91 GIK 10414-4   54.4833 10.0012 H 16.95 A 38.38   16   18 173   Eckernfoerder Bay, Western Baltic   25.08.1969   24 4 m Piston Corer (Kolbenlot) 200   F. Werner, B. Newton, W. Rehder Radiographs: 18-28 cm, 28-38 cm,.....................158-168 cm, 168-173 cm. K. Winn 23.01.2007
92 GIK 10415-1   54.6165 10.188 H 15.10 A 40.10   20   10 200   Eckernfoerder Bay, Western Baltic   25.08.1969   25 4 m Piston Corer (Kolbenlot) 200   F. Werner, B. Newton, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-20 cm, 20-30 cm,.....................186-193 cm, 193-200 cm. K. Winn 23.01.2007
93 GIK 10416-1   54.7817 9.8267 G 3.76 A 36.49   2   0 27 Worm tubes, some hollow, others filled from 9-28 cm. Geltinger Bay, Western Baltic. 0-3 cm: Olive green silty mud with numerous Abra alba and 1 Arctica islandica; 3-9 cm: olive green to dark grey silty sand with wood fragment at base; 9-28 cm: olive green mud with a little silt, practically homogeneous.   29.10.1969   15 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 30   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiograph: 0-27 cm. (twice). Photograph of core surface. K. Winn 23.01.2007
94 GIK 10417-2   54.7867 9.8283 G 3.40 A 36.09   1   0 27 Mya arenaria in living position, Astarte elliptica, Pectinaria and red worms. Geltinger Bay, Western Baltic. Gravels (slide? covers only 5 cm of core) over muddy sand (-1); and dark grey mud (-2)-   29.10.1969   17.5 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 30   B. Newton, W. Rehder Radiograph: 0-27 cm. K. Winn 23.01.2007
95 GIK 13203-1 VA 10-01 16.2586 17.8176       5   10 146 bioturbated, sediment-filled worm tubes. Area of submarine slides. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. 0-85 cm: light grey clay; 85-134 cm: dark grey fine grained sand, layered (turbidites); 134-147 cm: dark grey clay; 147-149 cm: dark grey fine grained sand; Corecatcher: clays with sand patches and layers.   19.07.1975 VA 10 2771 12 m Piston Corer (Kolbenlot) 149 A. Wetzel (1983): Biogenic sedimentary structures in a modern upwelling region: Northwest African Continental Margin.- In: J. Thiede & E. Suess (eds.), Coastal upwelling and its sediment record, B, Sedimentary records of ancient coastal upwelling, pp. 123-144, Plenum, New York. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-37 cm, 37-64 cm, 64-91 cm, 92-119 cm, 119-146 cm. K. Winn 24.01.2007
96 GIK 13205-1 VA 10-01 16.1855 17.924       33   29 155 bioturbated, worm tubes. Area of submarine slides. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. 0-78 cm: dark grey clay, open worm tubes; 78-100 cm: light grey clay, filled worm tubes; 100-120 cm: dark grey clay, horizontal tubes (3 mm in diameter); 120-173 cm: dark grey clay. Numerous Pteropods at 122 cm.   20.07.1975 VA 10 2742 6 m Large Box Corer 30 x 30 cm (Kastenlot) 173 A. Wetzel (1983): Biogenic sedimentary structures in a modern upwelling region: Northwest African Continental Margin.- In: J. Thiede & E. Suess (eds.), Coastal upwelling and its sediment record, B, Sedimentary records of ancient coastal upwelling, pp. 123-144, Plenum, New York. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 29-56 cm, 57-84 cm, 84-99 cm, 99-127 cm, 127-155 cm (5 films). Plus 2 Serie (4 films) from 72-155 cm. Plus horizontal Stereopairs (24 films) between 98 & 149 cm. K. Winn 24.01.2007
97 GIK 13207-3 VA 10-01 15.0845 20.6987       17   0 309   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   21.07.1975 VA 10 4050 6 m Piston Corer 12 x 12 cm (Kolbenlot) 310 A. Wetzel (1983): Biogenic sedimentary structures in a modern upwelling region: Northwest African Continental Margin.- In: J. Thiede & E. Suess (eds.), Coastal upwelling and its sediment record, B, Sedimentary records of ancient coastal upwelling, pp. 123-144, Plenum, New York. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-28 cm, 28-56 cm, ...........260-288 cm. Plus 2nd Serie (3 films) from 28-56, 56-71 & 145-171 cm. K. Winn 24.01.2007
98 GIK 13208-3 VA 10-01 12.488 20.0702       3   0 41   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. 5-38 cm: Globogerina mud; 38-43: layered fine grained sand; 43-45: hard sediment layer, sandy, muddy.clays,   22.07.1975 VA 10 4722 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 45   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 14-41 cm (twice). According to the Station records, the top 5 cm of the core was not recovered. 5 cm must therefore be added to the depths given on the radiographs K. Winn 24.01.2007
99 GIK 13209-2 VA 10-01 12.4862 20.0457       38   0 777   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. (same as DSDP Site 397).   23.07.1975 VA 10 4713 12 m Long Box Corer 30 x 30 cm (Kastenlot) 810   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 4-31 cm, 32-60 cm......... 721-749 cm, 749-777 cm. Parallel slices between 192-219 cm (5 films), 204-211 cm (2 films) and 219-248 cm (3 films). K. Winn 24.01.2007
100 GIK 13211-1 VA 10-01 12.9348 18.2483       41   0 374   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   24.07.1975 VA 10 3652 6 m Long Box Corer 30 x 30 cm (Kastenlot) 405   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-37 cm, 37-65 cm......... 319-346 cm, 346-374 cm. Parallel slices between 37-81 cm (4 films), horizontal slices between 41-49 cm (18 films). K. Winn 24.01.2007
101 GIK 13218-1 VA 10-01 12.0327 17.9993       38   0 578   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   25.07.1975 VA 10 3285 6 m Long Box Corer 30 x 30 cm (Kastenlot) 580   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-37 cm, 37-65 cm......... 523-551 cm, 551-578 cm. Parallel slices between 97-153 cm (5 films), diagonal slice 118-123 cm (1 film), horizontal slices between 97-125 cm (11 films). K. Winn 25.01.2007
102 GIK 13239-1 VA 10-01 13.8763 18.3126       32   0 475   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   28.07.1975 VA 10 3156 6 m 30 x 30 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 620 A. Wetzel (1983): Biogenic sedimentary structures in a modern upwelling region: Northwest African Continental Margin.- In: J. Thiede & E. Suess (eds.), Coastal upwelling and its sediment record, B, Sedimentary records of ancient coastal upwelling, pp. 123-144, Plenum, New York. Zahn, R. (1986): Spätquartäre Entwicklung von Küstenauftrieb und Tiefenwasserzirkulation im Nordost-Atlantik. Rekonstruktion anhand stabiler isotope kalkschaliger Foraminiferen. Diss., Math.-Nat. Fakultät, Christian Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, pp 135. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 32-59 cm, 59-87 cm......... 420-428 cm, 448-475 cm (18 films). Parallel slices between 115-196 cm (2 films), horizontal slices between 183-287 cm (13 films). K. Winn 29.01.2007
103 GIK 13246-1 VA 10-01 15.09 17.4547       2   0 44   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   31.07.1975 VA 10 1429 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 46 Ref: A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 2-29 cm, 29-44 cm K. Winn 29.01.2007
104 GIK 13250-1 VA 10-01 15.7037 17.5443       11   0 31   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   01.08.1975 VA 10 1675 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 46   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 3-31 cm, 10-31 cm. Horizontal slices between 21-31 cm (9 films) K. Winn 29.01.2007
105 GIK 13253 VA 10-01 15.769 17.1797       4   1 72   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   01.08.1975 VA 10 980 Box Corer and 6 m 30 x 30 cm long box corer (Kastengreifer & Kastenlot)) 91   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 1-16 cm, 16-44cm (13253-1), 16-44 cm, 44-72 cm (13253-2). K. Winn 29.01.2007
106 GIK 13254-1 VA 10-01 15.8553 17.161       12   46 352   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   01.08.1975 VA 10 1240 6 m 30 x 30 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 381 Ref: A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 46-73 cm, 73-101 cm ........296-324 cm, 324-352 cm. K. Winn 29.01.2007
107 GIK 13255-2 VA 10-01 15.8542 17.1733       9   0 42   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   02.08.1975 VA 10 2082 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 45 Ref: A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 27-42 cm. Horizontal slices between 27-33 cm (6 films) K. Winn 30.01.2007
108 GIK 13256-2 VA 10-01 15.8727 17.7913       52   3 558   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   02.08.1975 VA 10 995 6 m 15 x 15 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 580   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: (13256-1) 3-30 cm, 30-45 cm (2 films). (13256-2) 3-30 cm, 30-58 cm, ..... 503-531 cm, 531-558 cm (21 films), parallel slices between 210-310 cm (10 films), horizontal slices between 226-305 cm (19 films). K. Winn 30.01.2007
109 GIK 13271-1 VA 10-01 17.8578 16.7318       2   0 40   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   04.08.1975 VA 10 708 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 40   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 27-40 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
110 GIK 13272-1 VA 10-01 17.8636 16.7463       1   0 27   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   04.08.1975 VA 10 755 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 37   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiograph: 0-27 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
111 GIK 13273-1 VA 10-01 18.771 16.8865       1   0 27   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   04.08.1975 VA 10 744 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 40   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiograph: 0-27 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
112 GIK 13274-1 VA 10-01 18.747 16.8342       1   4 31   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   04.08.1975 VA 10 556 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 36   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiograph: 4-31 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
113 GIK 13280 VA 10-01 18.7282 16.9632       17   3 31   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   05.08.1975 VA 10 1030 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) and 6 m 15 x 15 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot)r 483 Ref: A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: (13280-1) 6-33 cm. (13280-2) 3-30 cm, 30-58 cm,........391.5-419 cm, 420-447 cm (16 films) K. Winn 30.01.2007
114 GIK 13281-2 VA 10-01 18.805 16.8462       2   10 37   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   05.08.1975 VA 10 580 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 41   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-37 cm (2 films) K. Winn 30.01.2007
115 GIK 13289-1 VA 10-01 18.0732 18.0092       8   7 44   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.08.1975 VA 10 2485 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 46 B. Koopmann (1979): Saharastaub in den Sedimenten des subtropischen Nordatlantik während der letzten 20000 Jahre.- Dissertation, Math.-Naturw. Fak., Uni Kiel, 107 pp., K. Winn, M. Sarnthein & H. Erlenkeuser (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel Sediment Cores.- Ber.-Rep. Geol.-Pal. Inst. Univ. Kiel, 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 7-16cm, 17-44 cm (3 films, incl. slice 2.2 & 2.3), 17-30 cm (5 films, parallel slices) K. Winn 30.01.2007
116 GIK 13289-2 VA 10-01 18.0732 18.0092       16   52 496   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.08.1975 VA 10 2492 6 m 30 x 30 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 529 B. Koopmann (1979): Saharastaub in den Sedimenten des subtropischen Nordatlantik während der letzten 20000 Jahre.- Dissertation, Math.-Naturw. Fak., Uni Kiel, 107 pp., K. Winn, M. Sarnthein & H. Erlenkeuser (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel Sediment Cores.- Ber.-Rep. Geol.-Pal. Inst. Univ. Kiel, 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 52-80 cm, 80-108 cm,.....441-469 cm, 469-496 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
117 GIK 13289-3 VA 10-01 18.0732 18.0092       88 44 52 910   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.08.1975 VA 10 2490 12 m 15 x 15 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 941 A. Wetzel (1983): Biogenic sedimentary structures in a modern upwelling region: Northwest African Continental Margin.- In: J. Thiede & E. Suess (eds.), Coastal upwelling and its sediment record, B, Sedimentary records of ancient coastal upwelling, pp. 123-144, Plenum, New York. Zahn, R. (1986): Spätquartäre Entwicklung von Küstenauftrieb und Tiefenwasserzirkulation im Nordost-Atlantik. Rekonstruktion anhand stabiler isotope kalkschaliger Foraminiferen. Diss., Math.-Nat. Fakultät, Christian Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, pp 135; K. Winn, M. Sarnthein & H. Erlenkeuser (1991): Delta 18-O stratigraphy and chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber. Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst. der CAU Kiel, 45, 99 p. F. Werner, B. Koopmann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 8-35.5 cm, 36-63 cm,.....827-855 cm, 855-910 cm (with 18 duplicates and 13 triplicates), 2nd Series from 79-88 cm, 326-353 cm (4 films) and 658-686 cm (7 films). K. Winn 30.01.2007
118 GIK 13290-1 VA 10-01 18.053 18.0673       2   0 42   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.08.1975 VA 10 2895 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 44   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 27-42 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
119 GIK 13291-1 VA 10-01 18.053 18.0673       20   0 556   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.08.1975 VA 10 2696 6 m 15 x 15 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 592 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 27-55 cm,...........501-529 cm, 529-556 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
120 GIK 13292-3 VA 10-01 17.28 17.5607       11   10 310   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   07.08.1975 VA 10 2448 6 m 30 x 30 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 328 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 10-37 cm, 37-65 cm,...........260-287 cm, 287-310 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
121 GIK 13296-3 VA 10-01 16.5307 16.7908       17   21 493   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   08.08.1975 VA 10 223 6 m 15 x 15 cm long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 543   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 21-48 cm, 48-76 cm,...........437-466 cm, 466-493 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
122 GIK 13306-1 VA 10-01 15.1823 17.2873       3   0 36.5   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   10.08.1975 VA 10 373 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 40   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-27 cm, 27-36.5 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
123 GIK 13312-1 VA 10-01 12.4875 17.7907       4   0 100   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   12.08.1975 VA 10 2175 6 m Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 470   F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: 0-28 cm, 28-56 cm, 56-84 cm, 72-100 cm. K. Winn 30.01.2007
124 GIK 12301-3 M 25 27.0667 15.0583       70   2 201 Planolites Assemblage and submarine slide deposits. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   28.10.1971 M 25 2934 6 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 225 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 2-205 cm (Ser. I), 3-201 cm (Ser. II), 3-201 cm (2nd level), total 54 films including duplicates and triplicates, and horizontal slices between 59-191 cm (16 films including duplicates). K. Winn 05.02.2007
125 GIK 12307-4 M 25 26.405 14.9617       1   0 25   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   30.10.1971 M 25 980 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 25   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiograph: 0-25 cm. K. Winn 05.02.2007
127 GIK 12309-2 M 25 25.8383 15.11       74   0 774 Planolites and Zoophycos assemblages, submarine slide deposits. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. 12309-2 was a long box core, 12309-3 was a sphincter core from 2760 m water depth.   31.10.1971 M 25 2820 4 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot)) 350 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiographs: 12309-2, 0-351 cm (36 films including duplicates). 12309-3, 21-774 cm (38 films). K. Winn 05.02.2007
128 GIK 12308-3 M 25 26.645 15.0533       3   0 33   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa. 12308-2 was a grab sample (2090 m), 12308-3 was a box core.   31.10.1971 M 25 2085 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 40   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiograph: 12308-2, 7-18 cm, 18-33 cm (2 films). 12308-3, 15-29 cm (1 film). K. Winn 05.02.2007
129 GIK 12310-4 M 25 23.4983 18.7167       71 5 0 557 Planolites, Zoophycos and Chrondites assemblages East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   02.11.1971 M 25 3080 6 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 557 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiograph: 0-557 cm (Ser. I, 22 films). Horizontal and oblique special slices (49 films). K. Winn 05.02.2007
130 GIK 12325-6 M 25 22.99 17.3283       14   21 117   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.11.1971 M 25 801 4 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 117   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiographs: 21-117 cm (Side I, 7 films), 21-109 cm (7 films). K. Winn 07.02.2007
131 GIK 12326-4 M 25 23.035 17.41       11   0 284 Scolicia, Planolites, and Chrondites assemblages, vertical burrows. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.11.1971 M 25 1056 4 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 284 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 0-284 cm. K. Winn 07.02.2007
132 GIK 12327-5 M 25 23.1317 17.735       36   0 579 Scolicia, Planolites, Zoophycos and Chrondites assemblages only in upper meter of core. Dominantly deformational structures below. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   06.11.1971 M 25 2046 6 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 284 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: Main Series, 0-579 cm (without 447-472 cm, not found). Parallel series: 13-238 cm (14 films). K. Winn 07.02.2007
133 GIK 12328 M 25 21.145 18.5733       30   0 619 Scolicia and Planolites assemblages with vertical burrows and deformational structures. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   08.11.1971 M 25 2778 12 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 619 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 12328-4, box corer, 2798 m water depth, 0-27 cm (2 films); 12328-5, 6m long box corer, 2778 m water depth, 0-619 cm (22 films); 12328-6, 12 m long box corer, 2750 m water depth, 3-154 cm (6 films). K. Winn 07.02.2007
134 GIK 12329 M 25 19.3667 18.93       139   0 845 Planolites, Zoophycos and Chrondites assemblages. East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   09.11.1971 M 25 3320 12 m long Sphincter Corer (Sphincterlot) 845 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 12329-4, box corer, 3315 m water depth, 0-15 cm (1 film); 12329-5, 6 m long box corer, 3316 m water depth, 8-512 cm (21 films); 12329-6, 12 m long sphincter corer, 3320 m water depth, Serie I: 0-845 cm, (59 films); Serie II: 0-819 cm (58 films). K. Winn 07.02.2007
135 GIK 12331 M 25 16.5483 21.97       27   0 305   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   11.11.1971 M 25 3569 6 m long Sphincter Corer (Sphincterlot) 305 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 12331-1, box corer, 3573 m water depth, 0-15 cm (1 film); 12331-2, 6 m long box corer, 3568 m water depth, 1-163 cm (6 films); 12331-4, 6 m long sphincter corer, 3569 m water depth, 0-305 cm, (20 films) K. Winn 09.02.2007
136 GIK 12332 M 25 16.1933 22.345       3   0 57   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   12.11.1971 M 25 2008 4 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 60   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiographs: 0-57 cm. K. Winn 09.02.2007
137 GIK 12333 M 25 16.1117 22.5583       1   0 16   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   12.11.1971 M 25 930 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 16   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiograph: 0-16 cm. K. Winn 09.02.2007
138 GIK 12335 M 25 16.0867 22.625       3   0 26   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   12.11.1971 M 25 472 Box Corer (Kastengreifer) 30   F. Werner, W .Rehder Radiograph: 0-26 cm. K. Winn 09.02.2007
139 GIK 12337 M 25 15.9533 18.1333       5   4 140   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   14.11.1971 M 25 3082 6 m long Box Corer (Kastenlot) 143 A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. F. Werner, A. Wetzel, W .Rehder Radiographs: 12337-5: 4-140 cm K. Winn 09.02.2007
140 GIK 13519-2 3/79 5.6583 19.85       43   4 1064   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   01.03.1979 3/79 2862 11.5 m Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 1070 Winn, K.; Sarnthein, M.; Erlenkeuser, H. (1991): d18O Stratigraphy and Chronology of Kiel sediment cores from the East Atlantic.- Ber.-Rept., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU Kiel 45, 99 pp. M. Sarnthein, E. Vogelsang, W .Rehder Radiographs: 0-7 cm, 3-30.5 cm, 31-58 cm, 59-86 cm..................1034-1049 cm, 1049-1064 cm. K. Winn 23.03.2007
141 12551-1   55.4862 10.9493 H 23.95 C 46.34   4   0 25 A few worm tubes and bioturbate traces from bivalves 5 Ophiura sp. and 1 Macoma balthica were present at the sediment surface, which was the crest of a sand dune. The sediments were grey to dark grey, clayey to gritty sands (till-like) with dark-black carbonaceous patches, and dropstones.   24.01.1973 12 20.5 Box corer (Kastengreifer) 25 K. Winn (1974): Present and Postglacial sedimentation in the Great Belt Channel (Western Baltic).- Meyniana, 26:63-101. Kyaw Winn Radiographs 0-24.5/25 cm. Slices A, B and C were taken parallel behind each other at ~ 8 cm Intervals, Slice D was cut perpendicular to slices ABC at their right side. Dr. Kyaw Winn 24.04.2008
142 GIK 10117-2   55.2844 15.2503       38   0 955 Bioturbation structures from Polychaeta and Crustacea. Position: TAT 51°, 3.95 sm, Core located at about 3 sm southwest of Christianso Island, Bornholm Basin.   10.05.1971 5/71 75 12 m Box Corer (Kastenlot) 958 Kögler, F.-C. & Larsen, B. (1979): The West Bornholm Basin in the Baltic Sea: geological structure and Quaternary sediments.- Boreas, 8:1-22. J. Germann, W. Rehder Radiographs: 16.5-43.5 cm, 43.5-71.5.....................935-949 cm, 948-955 cm. K. Winn 18.01.2007
143 15301-1   54.7112 10.2905 H 22.26 I 45.97   10   0 274.5   0-10 cm: dark grey, fine grained, muddy sand with Arctica islandica and shell fragments; 6-50 cm: grey, very fine grained sand, with fine grained sand pockets and shell fragments between 40-43 cm, and derived recent foraminifera; 50-71 cm: sand as above, with plant remains and Valvata piscinalis piscinalis and their Opercula, Bithynia tentaculata, Sphaerium corneum and Planorbis sp., together with a few recent foraminifera; 71-73 cm (Boreal PZ VII):dark brown peat; 73-134 cm (Boreal PZ VII): light grey, lake marls and coquina with V. cristata, V. piscinalis piscinalis and their Opercula, and Sphaerium corneum; 134-184 cm: greyish brown to dark grey, fine grained sand with scattered fine pebbles to 5 cm diameter, passing downwards to grey clays, nonlayered to 172 cm, thinly layered below (Younger Dryas PZ IV); 184-210/212 cm (Younger Dryas PZ IV?-Alleröd PZ III)): dark grey, clays rich in carbonaceous matter (Tongyttja), especially plant remains at top 2 cm; 210/21-288 cm: light grey, soft glacial till with sand layers between 257-271 cm, coal pieces at 248-249 and 253-254 cm, flintstone at 214-221 cm.   20.04.1979 PO 40 22 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 288 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder   Dr. Kyaw Winn 22.07.2008
144 15302-1   54.711 10.2982 H 13.18 I 45.92   5   0 184   0-6/10 cm: grey, clayey sand, with very irregular lower boundary; 6/10-90: light grey, soft glacial till with root remnants to 50 cm depth; slightly irregular lower boundary; 90-109 cm: medium to coarse grained, calcareous sand; 109-137 cm: fine grained, fairly well sorted, calcareous sand; 137-184 cm: greyish brown, hard, glacial till with numerous chalk fragments.   20.04.1979 PO 40 23 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 184 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder Radiographs from 0-8 cm (sand), 11-32 cm (sand/till), 72-99 cm (till) and 136-147 cm and 174-184 cm (till). Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
145 15303-1   54.7062 10.3028 H 14.06 I 45.93   9   0 243   0-3 cm: grey, medium to coarse grained, gritty, pebbly sand with clay component (lag sediment); 3-18 cm: brown, fine grained sand; 18-37 cm: medium to coarse grained sand; 37-38.5 cm: brown, coarse grained sand, gritty-pebbly; 38.5-100 cm: brown, medium grained, silty sand with abundant reworked grains, large mudstone fragments at 43-44 cm, 53-54 cm, 72-76 cm (to 4 cm in diameter). Original layering preserved between 82-91 cm, with reworked sediment at 91-100 cm; 100-127 cm: brown, fine grained, layered sand with scattered (isolated) grits and small pebbles; 127-131 cm: grey, fine grained, silty sand, layered, with a few scattered small pebbles; 131-192.5 cm: brown, fine grained, layered sand, coarser layers between 153-157 cm and 167-168 cm, pockets between 176-178 cm, reddish brown with plant remains between 187-189 cm. 192.5-209 cm: brown, fine to medium grained sand with a few small dropstones; 209-243 cm: brown, fine grained sand, with piece of light bluish grey glacial till between 233-239 cm. Some thin lenses and pockets of coarse grained sands and organic detritus were also observed (last 14 cm of core had drained out).   20.04.1979 PO 40 26.5 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 267 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
146 15304-1   54.7215 10.291 H 11.54 I 46.00   11   0 282   0-36 cm: grey, fine grained sand with pebbles/small cobbles (cm size), shell fragments and wood pieces; 36-70 cm: medium to coarse grained sand with gastropod fragments, and rich plant remains at 56 cm; 70-78 cm: alternations of fine grained sand with coarse grained organic rich detritus layers, and scattered pebbles; 78-142 cm (Late Atlantic Age PZ VIIIb): fine grained sand with thin (<1cm-thick), darker, carbonaceous layers especially at 80/85 cm, 114/118 cm and 139/142 cm; 142-157 cm (Early Atlantic Age PZ VIIIa): dark grey clay with light brown plant remains and small shell fragments; 157-163 cm: alternations of dark grey clays and blackish brown peats; 163-182 cm: dark brown peat with a nutshell at the base; 182-218 cm (Upper Boreal PZ VIIb): grey, very coarse grained sand with scattered granules and shell fragments (gastropods), thin layer rich in plant remains at 194 cm and a 2 cm thick peat layer at 213-215 cm; 218-264 cm: fine grained sand and grey lake marls with molluscs (Valvata piscinalis piscinalis, V. cristata, Bithynia tentaculata, and Sphaerium corneum, together with recent foraminifera; 264-283 cm (Lower Boreal PZ VIIa): lake marls as above, silty at 266-277 cm.   20.04.1979 PO 40 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 280 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
147 15305-1   54.7075 10.311 H 13.06 I 45.93   3   0 82.5   0-5 cm: black mud with agglutinated tubes of Arenicola sp., red blots and numerous flint fragments; 5-20 cm: dark grey fine grained sand and silty mud; 20-52/53 cm: dark grey, very sandy clay with light mottling due to bioturbation; 52/53-103 cm: grey compact clay, mottled through bioturbation, with lighter grey layers and very fine grained sand layers at around 70 cm depth.   20.04.1979 PO 40 27 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 102 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
148 15306-1   54.715 10.3147 H 13.75 I 44.96   4   0 110   0-23 cm: brown, fine grained sand, non layered, with agglutinated worm tubes at the surface and shell fragments mainly of Arctica islandica, living Astarte montague at 4-6 cm depth; 23-28 cm: brown, coarse grained gritty sand with pebbles/cobbles up to 3 cm diameter, and irregular lower boundary (basal conglomerate); 28-165 cm:grey, glacial till, soft to 120 cm, plant remains between 52-70 cm, and with scattered chalk and flint pieces throughout the section.   21.04.1979 PO 40 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 165 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn     07.08.2008
149 15307-1   54.7222 10.3075 H 12.58 I 45.08   5   0 135   0-15/20 cm: grey, medium grained sand with small pebbles and Arctica islandica; 15/20-162 cm: grey, glacial till, soft to 150 cm, hard below, with plant remains and pieces of coal, and a few chalk and flint cobbles.   21.04.1979 PO 40 24 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 162 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
150 15308-1   54.7743 10.2838 H 6.42 I 43.06   4   0 90   0-21 cm: mm thick mud on surface underlain by dark grey, fine grained sand with Arctica islandica and Astarte sp.; 21-91 cm: grey, medium grained sand with small pebbles. Faint layering discernable at around 30 cm, between 45-55 cm and 64-76 cm   21.04.1979 PO 40 24 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 91 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
151 15309-1   54.738 10.4435 H 19.74 I 36.08   11   0 285   0-27 cm: brown, fine grained sand with scattered small pebbles; 27-35 cm: light brown, coarse grained sand with shell fragments <3 cm in diameter; 35-57 cm: brown, fine grained sand with medium to coarse grained parts; 57-72 cm: grey, compact, fine grained silty sand without layering; 72-288 cm: micro current-bedded (climbing ripples), brownish grey, fine grained, silty sand with coarse grained, gritty sand "pocket" between 90-97 cm. More micro cross-beds below 90 cm depth, and frequent 1-3 mm-thick layering with enriched plant remains (last 8 cm of core was not recovered).   21.04.1979 PO 40 12 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 290 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
152 15310-1   54.7322 10.3983 H 17.40 I 38.92   9   0 223   0-30 cm: brown, fine to medium grained sand with shell fragments between 10-15 cm; 30-35 cm: pebbles and small cobbles up to 5 cm in diameter and plant remains, basal conglomerate; 35-50/60 cm: grey, sandy glacial till, irregular lower boundary; 50/60-114 cm: brown, sandy glacial tills with fine to medium grained sand and small cobbles 4-5 cm in diameter; 114-160 cm: grey to brown glacial till; 160-188 cm: brown, cross-bedded, fine grained silty sand, ~1 cm layers; 188-212 cm: as above, with thicker cross-bedded units; 212-233 cm: brown, fine grained sand, nonlayered. 233-238 cm: not recovered.   21.04.1979 PO 40 14.4 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 233 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
153 15311-1   54.715 10.3193 H 13.95 I 44.65   2   0 41   0-5/35 cm: brown, medium grained sand with Arctica islandica at the sediment surface and at 20-30 cm depth (sand filled mussel burrows); 5/35-137 cm: grey, glacial till, soft to 100 cm, hard below. Abundant plant remains between 40-60 cm.   22.04.1979 PO 40 19 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 137 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
154 15312-1   54.7102 10.311 H 12.16 I 45.92   4   0 111   0-12/16 cm: dark brown, fine to medium grained sand with Arctica islandica at the muddy sediment surface and to 5 cm in sediment; 12/16-114 cm: light grey to grey , glacial till. 114-124 cm: Conglomerate, cobbles chalks and limestones, igneous and metamorphics.   22.04.1979 PO 40 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 124 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
155 15313-1   54.7083 10.3108 H 14.07 I 45.74   9   0 237   0-11 cm: dark brown to grey, fine grained, muddy sand, with scattered granules 1-2 mm diameter; 11-39 cm: grey to brown, fine grained sand with pebbles and small cobbles to 7 cm diameter; 39-267 cm: brown, fine grained sand, very silty, especially between 80-95 cm, with fragments of Cerastoderma sp. and Abra alba at 50-55 cm, and a few calcareous foraminifera such as Cribrononion sp. and Ammonia beccarii.   22.04.1979 PO 40 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 267 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn/Wilma Rehder   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
156 15314-1   54.7067 10.305 H 13.14 I 45.08   8   0 199   Flint cobble (5 cm diameter) at the surface; 0-27 cm: light grey to grey, silty to fine sandy mud with scattered plant remains, lighter grey layers at 14-16 cm and 24-26 cm, with faint layering below 16 cm; 27-53 cm: grey, sandy clay, layered with frequent plant remains and shell fragments between 43-53 cm, sand pockets especially around 37 cm, passing downwards into 53-120 cm: dark grey, finely laminated, fine grained-silty sand with abundant plant remains in some layers, and thin, fine grained sand layer at 75-76 cm; 120-200 cm (Boreal Zones VI and V): dark brown, muddy peat, with banding down to 160 cm due to lighter brown layers, wood piece between 175-187 cm, below 160 cm blackish colored fine peat full of connate pore water; 200-293 cm: not recovered.   22.04.1979 PO 40 26.8 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 183 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 07.08.2008
157 15315-1   54.7185 10.3167 H 13.15 I 45.00   2   0 55   0-10 cm: very soft mud with angular flints; 10-25 cm: grey, very muddy, fine grained sand, patchy, yellow mottled through bioturbation; 25-136 cm: dark grey, hard glacial till with greenish tint and sporadic granules.   22.04.1979 PO 40 28 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 136 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn     07.08.2008
158 15318-1   54.1778 11.269 B 18.90 H 47.34   10   18 217   15318-1: 0-17 cm: dark grey, very soft mud; 17-57:blackish-grey clays with shells of Arctica islandica, Abra alba at 28-30 cm, 46-48 cm and 53-57 cm, thinly layered between 19-22 cm; 57-149 cm: greenish grey clays with shells, totally bioturbated; 149-181 cm: dark grey clay with shells, especially between 174-176 cm; 181-241 cm: thin alternations of greenish grey and lighter grey clay; 241-249 cm: brownish grey medium grained sand; 249-270 cm: grey, sandy clays with gravels and wood fragments (weathered glacial till?).   26.04.1979 4/79 24 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 270 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 21.08.2008
159 15319-1   54.2133 11.2771 B 17.11 H 45.33   3   0 82   0-18 cm: sand wedge in glacial tills, dark grey, coarse grained, gravelly sand with flints (3 cm diameter); 0-106 cm: grey glacial till, fairly soft to 75 cm, very hard below, with rock fragments - frequent chalk and flint pieces up to 10 cm in diameter.   26.04.1979 4/79 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 106 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 21.08.2008
160 15320-1   54.2975 11.3278 B 17.07 H 38.43   3   0 82   0-82 cm: dark grey to black, soft muds with both valves of Arctica islandica and shell fragments between 27-30 cm, also at 38 cm and 65 cm, wedging (82-93 cm) into glacial tills (-227 cm), grey, with small rock fragments - frequent limestones (chalk) and flints, also igneous and metamorphic rocks, generally 1-2 cm in diameter.   26.04.1979 4/79 21 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 227 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 28.08.2008
161 15321-1   54.3875 11.3677 B 19.44 H 32.38   4   0 174   0-25 cm: dark grey, soft mud; 25-56 cm: dark grey clay with shell fragments; 56-76 cm: bluish grey, fine to medium grained sand, somewhat gravelly between 66-71 cm; 76-97 cm: greenish grey fine to medium grained sand alternating with thin clays, 1-2 cm thick; 97-106 cm: brown granules and small pebbles 2-5 mm in daimeter; 106-121 cm: grey, fine grained sand with a large pebble 10 cm in diameter between 114-124 cm (dropstone); 121-159 cm: grey, clayey sand with greenish tint with plant remains and small rock fragments up to 2 cm in diameter; 159-177 cm: fine grained sand with greenish grey, soft clay and rock fragments; 177-200 cm: greenish grey, hard, compact clay with rock fragments to 3 cm diameter (probably glacial tills).   26.04.1979 4/79 21 Vibrocorer VK 300 200 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn 15-53 cm, 108-135 cm and 163-174 cm Dr. Kyaw Winn 11.09.2008
162 15322-1   54.3157 11.304 B 19.28 H 33.76   7   0 182   0-105 cm: dark grey to grey mud/clay with shell fragments of Arctica islandica in upper 17 cm, very sandy between 29-32 cm, 50-51 cm, 66-68 cm and 91-93 cm; 105-133: grey clays, laminated, with very fine grained sand layer between 128-130 cm; 133-182 cm: grey, compacter clays without laminations, gastropods at 152 cm and 158 cm.   26.04.1979 4/79 23 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 182 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 11.09.2008
163 15318-3   54.1778 11.269 B 18.90 H 47.34   8   0 228   0-120 cm: brownish grey mud/clay with single valves of Arctica islandica and shell fragments, living A. islandica at about 5 cm depth, Abra alba layer at base (118-120 cm); 120-251 cm: light grey, glacial tills with chalk, flints and some igneous pebbles (~9 cm diameter), more sandy between 120-145 cm and 180-210 cm.   26.04.1979 4/79 24 Vibrocorer (VK 300) 251 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 21.08.2008
164 15323-1   54.2788 11.332 B 19.34 H 41.10   7   5 190   0-197 cm: greenish grey, soft mud with thin sand layers and pockets between 10-30 cm and 165-180 cm, Arctica islandica from 0-5 cm, shell broken but with both valves, small A. islandicas at 54-57 cm. Small shells (species not noted) between 174-176 cm.   26.04.1979 4/79 22 Gravity corer (Schwerelot) 197 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 18.09.2008
165 15324-4   54.2515 11.126 B 6.36 I 31.46   12   0 270   0-99.5 cm: greyish-brown, fine grained sand, blackish between 25-30 cm, brownish grey to 70 cm, grey-brown below, with sporadic shell fragments, e.g. of Cerastoderma edule, Mya arenaria in mud pocket at 60-63 cm, dropstone 2 cm diameter at 30 cm; 99.5-160 cm (Atlantic Age PZ VIII): grey clay with dark grey fine grained sand pockets, C. edule at around 107 cm, 123 cm and 140 cm; 160-219 cm (Atlantic Age PZ VIII): blackish-brown peat with wood fragments, larger pieces at 189-190 cm and 218-219 cm; 219-240 cm: brown reed peat with plant remains and reeds up to 10 cm long, strongly decomposed below 230 cm (Boreal PZ VI, VII); 240-247 cm: thin alternations of reed peats and dark grey humose clays; 247-260 cm: light grey humose clays with roots; 260-270 cm (Late Glacial): light grey, fine grained sand.   26.04.1979 4/79 22 Vibrocorer VK 300 295 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 18.09.2008
166 15325-1   54.173 11.1257 B 9.32 I 34.62   3   0 65   0-6 cm: light grey to greyish, fine grained silty sand; 6-24 cm: light grey to light brown, crossed bedded, fine grained silty sand; 24-65 cm: light grey, mottled, fine grained silty sand with scattered pebbles.   27.04.1979 4/79 16.5 Gravity Corer (Schwerelot) 65 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
167 15327-1   54.5473 12.2642 E 9.49 F 34.58   8   0 221.5   0-2 cm: grey, fine grained muddy sand with many small Arctica islandica; 2-60 cm: grey, fine grained sand with plant remains, and A. Islandica at 59 cm; 60-69 cm: grey to brown, coarse grained sand with thin fine grained sand layer; 69-75 cm: coarse grained sand with shell fragments; 75-85 cm: grey, fine to medium grained sand; 85-90.5 cm: brown pebbles, maximun 1.2 cm in diameter; 90.5-172 cm: grey to black clays, rich in plant remains at 110 cm, 116 cm and 132-136 cm; 172-185 cm: grey, fine grained sand; 185-216 cm: grey clay with shell at 188-190 cm; 216-225 cm was not recovered.   03.05.1979 4/79 22 Vibrocorer VK300 225   Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
168 15342-1   54.0445 10.8727 A 22.36 J 31.72   20   4.5 493.5   0-8 cm: dark grey mud with H2S smell; 8-21 cm: grey mud/clay, alternately lighter and darker, with A. islandica fragments, 21-30 cm (Sub Boreal-Sub Atlantic PZ X-XII): grey clay with plant remains; 30-80 cm: greyish-brown clay with scattered blackish streaks of plant remains, light H2S smell; 80-99 cm (Sub Boreal PZ X), clay, as above, siltier; 99-148 (Sub Boreal PZ IX): grey clay with silty layers; 148-156 cm: greyish-brown clay, alternately lighter and darker, with two silty layers with mm-size shell fragments (finer upper layer, coarser lower layer), 156-289 cm (Atlantic PZ VIII): greyish-brown clays, alternating as above, with an A. islandica valve at 150 cm. 289-290 cm: shell fragments in clay matrix; 290-307,5 cm:brown clays with shell fragments (A. islandica, Abra alba, Cerastoderma edule), and fine grained sand layers; 307,5-308,5 cm: Clay with Hydrobia ulvae and shell fragments; 308,5-324 cm: brown clays with shell fragments; 324-340 cm (Atlantic PZ VIII):grey clays with lighter streaks and fine grained sand layers; 340-386 cm (Early Atlantic PZ VIIIa): greyish brown, very silty clay, browner with abundant plant detritus in lower part, micro current bedded in fine sand layers; Transgressional contact; 386-415 cm (Early Altantic, PZ VIIIa):greenish-brown and greyish-brown alternations of lake marl, partially laminated, coarser grained with abundant plant remains in lower part, and well preserved shells of Valvata piscinalis piscinalis, V. cristata, Bithynia tentaculata, Lymnea baltica, Sphaerium corneum and ostracods; 415-429 cm (Younger Dryas PZ IV): dark grey to black, fine sandy silt with shell fragments (detritus gyttja); 429-458 cm (Younger Dryas PZ IV) brownish-grey clay with fine sand layers, irregular lower contact; 458-477 cm: cm: brown, light grey clays with darker streaks, with Planorbis sp.; 477-481 cm: brown, medium grained sand shell fragments; 481-485 cm: greyish brown, fine grained with ostracods, irregular contact; 485-494 cm: brown, thinly laminated, fine sandy silt.   13.02.1981 3/81 23 Piston Corer (Kolbenlot) 494 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M.; Kyaw Winn & Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck, (1984): Post-Boreal development of the Wastern Baltic: Comparison of two local sediment basins,- Meyniana, 36:35-50 cm.; Wolfgang Hofmann & Kyaw Winn (2000): The Littorina Transgression in the Western Baltic Sea as indicated by subfossil Chironomidae (Diptera) and Cladocera (Crustacea).- Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol., 85:267-291. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
169 15344-1   54.0417 10.87 A 21.82 J 32.06   9   18 237   0-18 cm: not recovered; 18-152 cm: grey clay, layered, with dropstone 5 cm in diameter at 56-61 cm, scattered mm-size shell fragments between 80-90 cm, forming layer at 139 cm, and ubiquitous dark grey plant remains; 152-188.54 cm: transition from grey clay to grey lake marl, clays dominant down to a dark grey carbonaceous layer at 177-178 cm, lake marls dominant below this layer; 188.5-234 cm: light grey lake marl, layered with sporadic dark grey plant remains; 234-236 cm: brown medium grained sand, blackish at the upper boundary, with mm-size shell fragments; 236-237 cm: light grey clay with black streaks.   13.02.1981 3/81 23 Piston Corer (Kolbenlot) 237   Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
170 15383-1   54.1935 11.1387 B 9.28 I 33.62   5   0 132   Sediment sequence: 0-37 cm: yellowish grey to greyish yellow, medium grained sand with shell fragments, and a large dropstone between 24-31 cm; 37--104 cm: grey, medium grained sand, scattered pebbles/cobbles to 3 cm-size at 65-71 cm, nonlayered; 104-110 cm: grey, medium grained sand with abundant shell fragmentsand plant remains; 110-131 cm: dark grey, fine grained sand with clay layer at 124-125 cm; 131-147 cm: heterogene layer with mixed fine to medium to coarse with pebbles/cobbles (to 2-3 cm-size) components, reworked mudstone pebbles; 147-153 cm: dark grey to black podsol; 153-172 cm: grey glacial till with cobbles.   19.02.1980 PO 54 14 Vibrocorer VK 300 172 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
171 15384-1   54.1803 11.133 B 9.24 I 34.59   9   4 253   Sediment sequence: 0-9 cm: dark grey to blackish grey sandy clay with Astarte elliptica. 9-19 cm: clayey sand with lighter patches. 19-72 cm: Thinly bedded alternations of grey and dark grey, fine grained sand with some plant remains and iron stains, decayed shells between 18-27 cm, some 3-10 mm thick medium grained sand lenses. 72-181 cm (Atlantic Stage VIII/IX): Grey, clayey sand with mm-size black reworked peats and plant remains, foraminifera present. 181-202 cm (Atlantic Stage VIII): Light grey sand with secondary gypsum and foraminifera. 202-220 cm: Light grey fine grained sand with reworked clay particles. 220-260 cm (Early Atlantic Stage VIIIa): Thin alternations of fine grained sand and dark clayey sand lenses. Upper part with Astramina sp.   19.02.1980 PO 54 20 Vibrocorer VK 300 172 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 25.09.2008
172 15386-1   54.2068 11.2375 B 15.28 H 47.45   8   0 192.5   Sediment sequence: 0-14 cm: dark grey, very sandy clay with living Arctica islandica at core surface, 14-42 cm:grey, medium grained clayey sand, bioturbated with worm burrows, gritty from 38-42 cm; 42-50 cm: reddish brown, medium grained muddy sand with granules and scattered pebbles, sharp lower boundary, 50-65 cm (Boreal PZ VII): light whitish to yellowish grey, calcareous clay with freshwater gastropods such as Planorbis gyraulus, Lymnaea balthica, Valvata piscinalis piscinalis (O. F. Müller, 1774), Bithynia tentaculata (Linnaeus 1758), mussels such as Sphaerium corneum (Linnaeus 1758) and Pisidium supinum A. Schmidt 1851; 65-113 cm (Boreal PZ VII): thin alternations of very soft, light grey lake marls and compact, grey to yellow clays. Freshwater Mollusks as above, sometimes very abundant to form coquina layers, such as at 103-105 cm; 113-117 cm: dark grey, silty clay; 117-162 cm (Postglacial, ?Younger Dryas): grey, silty medium to fine grained sand with plant remains, sometimes occurring as thin peat layers; 162-184 cm: transition zone with green to reddish yellow, weathered glacial till and sand with burrows and plant remains. 184-268 cm: grey, sandy glacial tills.   19.02.1980 PO 54 21 Vibrocorer VK 300 268 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 06.11.2008
173 15387-1   54.2822 11.3015 B 17.04 H 41.61   12   0 280   Sediment sequence: 0-280 cm: dark grey, slightly sandy clay with shells of Arctica islandica at 51-55 cm, 126-130 cm and 210-214 cm.   19.02.1980 PO 54 21.5 Vibrocorer VK 300 285 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 06.11.2008
174 15389-1   54.6843 10.4475 I 1.50 I 39.10   12   0 182   Sediment sequence: 0-13 cm: dark grey to black clay with Littorina littorea. 13-23 cm: greyish-black clays. 23-160 cm: brownish grey clays with slightly inclined shell layers, which were 1-2 cm thick between 25-30 cm, fish bone at 125 cm. 160-210 cm: grey clays with light grey, well bedded fine grained sand layers. Braun clays (1 cm thick) at 188 cm and 192 cm, forming alternations between 200-210 cm. 210-218 cm: grey, medium grained, slightly clayey sand with chalk/limestone fragments. 218-246 cm: grey clay. 248-284 cm: grey clays with some thin sand layers.   21.02.1980 PO 54 32 Vibrocorer VK 300 285 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 06.11.2008
175 15390-1   54.6492 10.4525 I 4.86 I 41.06   1   0 17.5   Sediment sequence: 0-30 cm:greyish-brown, medium to coarse grained sand with rock fragments (up to 3 cm in diameter) and reworked pieces of glacial till; 30-93 cm: grey glacial till.   21.02.1980 PO 54 21 Vibrocorer VK 300 93 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 06.11.2008
176 15391-1   54.6975 10.327 H 16.41 I 45.01   10   0 258   Sediment sequence: 0-12 cm: dark grey, sandy mud with Arctica islandica and Astarte elliptica. 12-49 cm: grey, sandy clay, strongly bioturbated, basal 1 cm with 2-3 mm size granules; 49-63 cm (Boreal PZ VII): light brownish grey lake marl, bedding 2-4 cm, with Bithynia tentaculata (Linnaeus 1758), Valvata piscinalis piscinalis (O. F. Müller, 1774),and Sphaerium corneum (Linnaeus 1758); 63-97 cm (Preboreal-Early Boreal PZ V-VI): light brownish yellow, slightly sandy lake marl, with thin detritus layers (including wood pieces) between 77-85 cm and below 89 cm, freshwater mollusks as above; 97-99 cm (Younger Dryas PZ IV): grey, fine grained sand with plant remains; 99-101 cm: grey, medium grained clayey sand with plant remains; 101-110 cm: grey, slightly sandy clay with plant remains and shell fragments; 110-169 cm (Younger Dryas PZ IV): grey, fine to medium grained sand, with very coarse floating grains (1-2 mm), and coarse grained layer at 154-155 cm, below 155 cm fine grained sand. a few occurrences of S. corneum; 169-171 cm: light grey fine grained, clayey sand with plant remains; 171-209 cm: medium grey, fine grained sand, clayey in parts with abundant coarse grains "floating" and in pockets (1-2 mm); 209-240 cm: grey, fairly hard, silty clay, similar to glacial till; 240-250 cm: alternations (1 cm) of grey, hard clays and grey, medium to coarse grained sand with mollusc fragments; 250-258 cm: grey, hard clay.   21.02.1980 PO 54 21 Vibrocorer VK 300 280 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 06.11.2008
177 15392-1   54.682 10.334 H 18.85 I 45.27   19   0 465   Sediment sequence: 0-2 cm: drained out; 2-17 cm: dark grey, very soft mud with H2S-smell, disturbed layering: 17-196 cm: grey, soft clay, compacter with depth, sandy especially at 30-52 cm, 74-78 cm, 129-144 cm, and 177-180 cm, with some blackish plant remains; 196-217 cm: clays as above with layers of mm-size shell fragments at 196 cm, 204 cm and 217 cm. 217-365 cm: clay as above, darker and with frequent shell fragments below 290 cm, layer with shells of Cerastoderma edule (both valves) at 330 cm, 365-440 cm: grey clay with darker grey layering, shell fragments and valves of C. edule in layers at 365, 400 and 430 cm; 440-456 cm: transition from grey clay to blackish-brown clay; 456-465 cm: blackish-brown clays without shell fragments.   19.02.1981 3/81 24 Pistoncorer 465 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Kyaw Winn & Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck, (1984): Post-Boreal development of the Wastern Baltic: Comparison of two local sediment basins,- Meyniana, 36:35-50 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 27.11.2008
178 15393-1   54.7013 10.2408 H 10.30 J 32.30   12   3 298   Sediment sequence: 0-3 cm: not recovered; 3-23 cm: darkish grey clay, layered with H2S smell, scattered shell fragments; 23-219 cm: clay as above, slight layering visible, silty below 200 cm, with small black plant remains, allochthonous peat block at 41-46 cm, with frequent shell fragments between 90-115 cm and at 216 cm. A. beccarii and various species of Cribononion occur; 219-237 cm (Atlantic PZ VIII): dark greyish brown calcareous clay rich in organic matter (similar to lake marls-gyttja); 237-254 cm: greyish brown clay, with some plant remains; 254-260 cm: darkish brown clay; 260-261.5 cm: light greyish brown silt; 261.5-266.5 cm (Boreal PZ V): light grey, fine to medium grained sand, with shell fragments (ostracods) and plant roots (1-3 cm); 266.5-279 cm: light grey, fine grained sand without shell fragments and plant remains. (279-298 cm: grey clays with A. beccarii, Cribononion sp., and ostracods; belongs to younger part of the sequence, and was probably an artifact of the coring operation).   19.02.1981 3/81 25 Pistoncorer 298 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Kyaw Winn & Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck, (1984): Post-Boreal development of the Wastern Baltic: Comparison of two local sediment basins,- Meyniana, 36:35-50 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 01.12.2008
179 15396-1   54.6977 10.328 H 17.57 I 43.98   16   2.5 295   Sediment sequence: 0-12 cm: dark grey, fine sandy clay with Arctica islandica, Abra alba and Buccinum undatum; 12-27 cm: grey, clayey sand with shell fragments; 27-114 cm: grey, fine to medium grained sand with humus flecks (mottling) and streaks, and subrounded pebbles, forming a 0.5-1 cm layer at 113-114 cm; 114-250 cm (Younger Dryas, PZ IV): greyish brown silt, humus-rich in upper section, less in lower part, with fine grained sand intercalations, brown, medium to coarse grained sand pockets at 160-162 cm, and layers at 220-223 cm and at 230-235 cm; 250-253 cm: brown humus layer; 253-272 cm: yellowish brown, clayey silt with thin humus layers; 272-280 cm: grey, clayey silt, strongly humus, with streaks of fine grained sand; 280-296 cm: grey, clayey silt, with fine grained sand streaks.   21.11.1981 PO 79 32.2 Vibrocorer VK 600 295 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Kyaw Winn & Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck, (1984): Post-Boreal development of the Wastern Baltic: Comparison of two local sediment basins,- Meyniana, 36:35-50 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 01.12.2008
180 15397-1   54.6958 10.34 H 17.49 I 44.31             Sediment sequence: 0-10 cm: blackish grey, slightly sandy clay with cm-size flintstones, especially at the base; 10-22 cm: grey, fine to coarse grained-gritty rest sediment with shell fragments, and irregular lower boundary; 22-39 cm: light greyish brown to grey, medium to coarse grained sand with pebbles, and some thin fine grained sand intercalations; 39-59 cm: grey to dark greyish brown pebbles in a coarse sand matrix, with coarse grained sand layers in the upper part; 59-88 cm: greyish brown, medium to coarse grained sand with isolated pebbles and pebble layers, more medium grained sand in the lower part; 88-134 cm: brownish grey, fine grained sand with dark greyish brown silt at 96-97 cm; abundant pebbles and rock fragments in a grey fine grained sand matrix at 103-106 cm, frequent layers with coarse grains and small pebbles between 114-120 cm, reddish brown, medium to coarse grained layer at 120.5 cm; below 120.5 cm with frequent medium to coarse grained sand layers, 134-160 cm: brownish grey, fine grained sand with small shell fragments, medium grained around 145 cm, increased coarse grains to base; 160-171 cm: brownish grey, medium grained sand with shell fragments; 171-172 cm: greyish brown, coarse grained sand with shell fragments; 172-182 cm: greyish brown, fine grained sand, with intercalations of 0.5-1 cm coarse grained gritty sand; 182-195 cm: brown, fine grained sand with some shell fragments, and coarse-gritty sand layer with small pebbles at 192 cm; 195-244 cm: brown, fine grained sand with scattered shell fragments and small pebbles (core section not fully recovered); 244-256 cm: grey, fine grained sand.   22.11.1981 PO 79 33.5 Vibrocorer VK 600 256 Kyaw Winn, Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck and Friedrich Werner (1982): Spät- und postglaziale Entwicklung des Vejsnaes-Gebietes (Westliche Ostsee).- Meyniana, 34:1-28. Kyaw Winn & Fritz-Rudolf Averdieck, (1984): Post-Boreal development of the Wastern Baltic: Comparison of two local sediment basins,- Meyniana, 36:35-50 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 01.12.2008
181 15398-1   54.2512 11.2772 B 15.95 H 44.09   24   2.5 384   Sediment sequence: 0 cm: living Arctica islandica at core surface; 0-248 cm: brown to greenish-greyish brown clay, with shell fragments at 138 and 201 cm, forming a layer at 28-29.5 cm (Abra prismatica), isolated dropstones (flint) and ioslated single valves of A. islandica; 248-250 cm: dark brown clay, rich in organic matter; 250-287 cm: light grey to grey, sandy marls, mit freshwater mollusks at 258 cm, 266 and 280 cm, frequent organic rich layers in the upper part; slightly irregular lower boundary; 287-324 cm: blackish brown clayey peat with thin, streaky, fine grained, silty sand layers, wood fragments and reed tubes; 324-374 cm: grey, soft, glacial till with grey, medium to coarse grained sand layer between 359-365 cm, very compact, hard, below 365 cm.   23.11.1981 PO 79 21.7 Vibrocorer VK 600 384 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn Duplicates at 4-11.5 cm, 232-259.5-284-311-324-352-384 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn 01.12.2008
182 15399-1   54.2518 11.272 B 16.07 H 43.99   9   0 247.5   Sediment sequence: 0-25 cm: greenish black soft clay, with a large Arctica islandica on the core surface, Abra alba layer at base; 25-263 cm: greenish grey, compact clay, strongly bioturbated, below 100 cm alternating lighter and darker hues, scattered shell and fragments, mainly of Cerastoderma edule, forming layer at 197 cm, and valve of A. islandica at 239 cm, frequent pockets of plant remains below 245 cm, basal boundary irregular and rich in plant remains (Atlantic Age PZ VIII at base); 263-310 cm: light grey, silty, very fine grained, calcareous sand, with enhanced plant remains at 270-271 cm, abundant freshwater shells below 280 cm, forming shell layer at base, 307-310 cm shell layer with Valvata piscinalis piscinalis, V. cristata, Bithynia tentaculata, Lymnea balthica, and Sphaerium corneum, among others); 310-328 cm: dark brown detritus gyttja, with very thin fine grained sand layers down to 316 cm, wood at 323-328 cm; 328-335 cm: brown, fine grained sand with abundant wood fragments; 335-338 cm: irregular boundary; 338-368 cm: brownish greyish, medium grained sand with fine and coarse grained parts; 368-394 cm: grey glacial till.   23.11.1981 PO 79 24 Vibrocorer VK 600 394 Kyaw Winn, Fritz.-Rudolf Averdieck and Helmut Erlenkeuser, 1983: Beitrag zur geologischen Entwicklung der westlichen Mecklenburger Bucht (westliche Ostsee) im Spät- und Postglazial.- Senckenbergiana marit., 15 (4/6): 167-197, Frankfurt a.M. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 01.12.2008
183 15400-1   55.7233 6.6617 C 14.60 C 49.02   8   0 154   Sediment sequence: 0-6 cm: brownish grey, very fine grained silty sand; 6-54 cm: dark brownish grey, fine grained muddy sand with shell fragments incl. Turritella communis, transitional boundary to grey, fine grained, faintly layered, slightly muddy sand with local enrichment of shell fragments, bioturbate structures incl. living chambers of small crabs. 54-146 cm: grey, fine grained sand, with light local enrichment of shell fragments and scattered shells of Abra alba, Spisula solida and Turritella communis, among others.Generally less clayey than above. Small brown flecks between 100-125 cm (crab burrows).   14.03.1981 3/81 39 Vibrocorer VK 300 155   Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 05.12.2008
184 GIK 13256-1 VA 10-01 15.8727 17.7913       2   3 45   East Atlantic off Northwest Africa.   02.08.1975 VA 10 995 Large box corer 45 Ref: A. Wetzel: (1979). Bioturbation in spätquartären Tiefwasser Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math.-Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Dr. F. Werner, W. Rehder Radiographs: (13256-1) 3-30 cm, 30-45 cm (2 films). (13256-2) 3-30 cm, 30-58 cm, ..... 503-531 cm, 531-558 cm (21 films), parallel slices between 210-310 cm (10 films), horizontal slices between 226-305 cm (19 films). Dr. K. Winn 30.01.2007
185 13532-1   20.98 -17.875       15   8 203   East Atlantic off NW Africa   24.11.1975 M 39 1503 Long box corer 6 m (Kastenlot) 229 A. Wetzel (1979): Bioturbation in spatquartären Tiefsee Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss., Math. Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Dr. Andreas Wetzel Films have widths between 13.5-14.5 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn 02.04.2009
186 13533-3   20.9933 -18.0317       19   0 396   East Atlantic off NW Africa   24.11.1975 M 39 2112 Gravity corer 6 m (Schwerelot) 396 A. Wetzel (1979): Bioturbation in spatquartären Tiefsee Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss. Math. Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Dr. Andreas Wetzel Films have widths between 7-9.9 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn 02.04.2009
187 13586-2   19.68 -17.2       19   0 425   East Atlantic off NW Africa   02.12.1975 M 39 666 Gravity corer 6 m (Schwerelot) 425 A. Wetzel (1979): Bioturbation in spatquartären Tiefsee Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss. Math. Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Dr. Andreas Wetzel Films have widths between 9.7-10.5 cm. Dr. Kyaw Winn 02.04.2009
188 13588-3   19.6233 -17.2533       20   0 505   East Atlantic off NW Africa   03.12.1975 M 39 1000 Gravity corer 6 m (Schwerelot) 510 A. Wetzel (1979): Bioturbation in spatquartären Tiefsee Sedimenten vor NW-Afrika.- Diss. Math. Naturw. Fak. CAU Kiel, 111 S. Dr. Andreas Wetzel Films have 10.5 cm width. Dr. Kyaw Winn 02.04.2009
189 15404-1   54.6333 6.99 C 20.10 C 46.28   3   7 78 Crustacea and worm activities. Sediment sequence: 0-13 cm: brown, silty, fine grained sand, with oxidations streaks. Dwelling chambers of small crustacea. 13-30 cm: transition from brown to grey fine grained sand with increasing clay content downwards. Sporadic small (2 mm-size) rounded to subrounded grits. Traces of burrows from small crabs. 30-82 cm: brown, fine grained sand to sandy silt with crab burrows. Increasing occurrences of small 2 mm subrounded to rounded grits and angular shell fragments downwards. 82-87 cm brown, fine grained sand, with shell fragments 3-8 mm in size.   14.03.1981 5/81 42 Vibrocorer VK 300 90 K. Winn, F. Werner (1984): Ein integriertes akustisches Fernmeßsystem zur Typisierung von Schichtfolgen im Meeresboden und Bestimmung ihrer Raumlage.- Ber. Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU, Kiel, 132 S. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 05.12.2008
190 15403-1   54.6333 6.97 C 17.04 C 46.76   7   0 160 worm burrows Sediment sequence: 0-11 cm: brown, sandy silt with a 6 mm clay lense, convex upwards. Single valves of Spisula solida and Abra alba; 11-15 cm: transition from brown to brownish grey silt; 15-160 cm: brownish grey sandy silt with a few shell fragments. No visible layering.   14.03.1981 5/81 40 Vibrocorer VK 300 160 K. Winn, F. Werner (1984): Ein integriertes akustisches Fernmeßsystem zur Typisierung von Schichtfolgen im Meeresboden und Bestimmung ihrer Raumlage.- Ber. Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU, Kiel, 132 S. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 03.04.2009
191 15497-2   54.559 10.175 H 19.41 J 43.98   25   0 574 Structures from bivalve activity, worm burrows. see GIK 15496   10.07.1984 2 21 Gravity corer 4 m (Kolbenlot) 574   Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 04.04.2009
192 15496-1   54.558 10.0903 H 14.94 A 30.68   27   0 567 Between Boknis Eck and Stoller Shoal, Kiel Bay. 14C-ages: 211.5-217 cm=6040±310 BP; 268-272 cm: 8370±580 BP; 458-465.5 cm= 9550±660 BP; 548-552 cm: 8370±580 BP. 0-220 cm: Sub-Boreal PZ IX: greenish-grey, soft clays, increasingly compact with depth. Frequent black spots (peppery texture) of small peat fragments present below 170 cm. Faintly laminiert. 220-223 cm: transition to dark grey, humus rich clay gyttja. 223-275 cm Atlantic PZ VIIIa: alternations of dark greyish black and lighter black clay gyttja. Lighter between 240-250 cm. 275-280 cm: Atlantic PZ VIIIa: transition to light grey lake marls. 280-408.5 cm: Atlantic PZ VIIIa/Boreal VII: light grey, thinly bedded (mm-thick) lake marls with some organic rich layers, especially between 299-310 cm, peppery texture to 340 cm. No freshwater mollusks were observed. 408.5-458 cm: Boreal VII: dark grey to dark blackish-brown, thinly bedded, clay gyttja. Organic content increases with depth. Alternating light and dark layers. Sharp boundary to 458-465 cm: black peat, fine, muddy, with hazel nuts. 465-573 cm: grey lake marls, with abundant shells and fragments of freshwater gastropods and bivalves: Lymnaea balthica, Valvata piscinalis piscinalis etc. Lenses and strings of organic material down to 497 cm, with some fine-grained sand. 6-12 cm thick alternations of dark grey clay gyttja with light grey lake marls between 508-557 cm.   10.07.1984 2 25.6 Gravity corer 4 m (Kolbenlot) 573   Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 04.04.2009
193 15406-1   54.6533 6.9217 C 20.84 C 47.80   2   102.5 152 biogenic structures from bivalves and crustacea. Sediment sequence: 0-19 cm: light greyish-brown, slightly silty, fine grained sand, with oxidations streaks. 19-74/77 cm: dark grey to bluish grey, fine grained sand with traces of biogenic activity. Increasing occurrences of small 2 mm grits and shell fragments downwards. 5 large Arctica islandica shells below 55 cm depth. Curved lower boundary. 74/77-87/93 cm: brown, medium grained sand. With irregular lower boundary. 87/93-102/110: grey, fine grained sand, with darker clay streaks, and thin layers rich in organic matter. Layers disturbed. 102/110-139 cm: greyish brown to black, fine silt, with thin clay and fine grained sand layers. 5 mm thick organic rich lenses with mica. Wavy layers inclined at 55°-65° to bed boundary with varying thicknesses between beds. 139-150 cm Silt, clay and fine grained sand as above, with thin lenticular beds, some with current bedding. Dragdown at core edges gavean impression of pseudo-anticlinal structure. 150-152 cm light grey, fine grained silty sand lenses, with less organic matter. Alignment of coarse grains (grits) along lenses. 152-157 cm very dark grey, fine grained, silty sand, with current bedding and streaks rich in organic matter.   14.03.1981 5/81 41 Vibrocorer VK 300 157 K. Winn, F. Werner (1984): Ein integriertes akustisches Fernmeßsystem zur Typisierung von Schichtfolgen im Meeresboden und Bestimmung ihrer Raumlage.- Ber. Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU, Kiel, 132 S. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 04.04.2009
194 15426-1   55.0012 7.165 F 18.78 D 46.56   9   0 238 worm burrows, structures from crustacea and bivalve activities. Sediment sequence: 0-18 cm: greyish-brown, fine to medium grained sand, with sporadic shell fragments. Lightly layered. 18-21 cm: grey clay. 21-238 cm grey, fine to medium grained sand with iron oxide stains at 23-56 cm, light grey between 70-75 cm, flecks from biogenic activity below 75 cm. 5-10 cm thick layering between 88-104 cm. Increasing occurrences of shells ( e.g. Pilidium fulvum at 37 cm, small Spisula solida at 62 cm and 77 cm, S. subtruncata at 205 cm, Arctica islandica at ~100 cm and 155-163 cm), decomposed shells and shell debris between 80-140 cm and 180-210 cm. 238-247 cm grey, fine to medium grained sand with frequent shells of Spisula solida, S. subtruncata and Turritella communis, forming layers.   18.03.1981 5/81 33 Vibrocorer VK 300 247 K. Winn, F. Werner (1984): Ein integriertes akustisches Fernmeßsystem zur Typisierung von Schichtfolgen im Meeresboden und Bestimmung ihrer Raumlage.- Ber. Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU, Kiel, 132 S. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 04.04.2009
195 15427-1   54.6423 6.9288 C 17.51 D 30.40   95   0 145 Bivalve, echinoid and worm activities. Sediment sequence: 0-145 cm: grey, muddy to silty, fine grained sand with small bivalves and gastropods such as Nucula nucleus LINNÉ, Littorina obtusata LINNÉ, Turritella communis LAMARCK etc. and shell fragments. Sediment fill of an Echinoid shell at 12-15.5 cm. Two larger Cardium echinatum LINNÉ at 145 cm.   16.11.1981 PO 79 40 Vibrocorer VK 600 150 K. Winn, F. Werner (1984): Ein integriertes akustisches Fernmeßsystem zur Typisierung von Schichtfolgen im Meeresboden und Bestimmung ihrer Raumlage.- Ber.-Reps., Geol.-Pal. Inst., CAU, Kiel, 132 S. Dr. Kyaw Winn   Dr. Kyaw Winn 04.04.2009