대형과학조사선 이사부호 시험항해를 통해 획득한 21 m 주상퇴적물: 17만년의 기록에 대한 예비결과

Title
대형과학조사선 이사부호 시험항해를 통해 획득한 21 m 주상퇴적물: 17만년의 기록에 대한 예비결과
Alternative Title
The 21 m giant piston cores in Ulleung Basin and continental slope during R/V ISABU test cruise: Recovering 170 kyr environmental records
Author(s)
신동혁; 조진형; 현상민; 김진경; 장석; 금병철; 유규철; 이용국; 허식; 권택현
KIOST Author(s)
Shin, Dong Hyeok(신동혁)Cho, Jin Hyung(조진형)Hyun, Sangmin(현상민)Jang, Seok(장석)
Publication Year
2017-04-07
Abstract
After a decade of planning and three years of construction, multidisciplinary research vessel (R/V) ISABU (100 x 18 m, 5,900 ton) has finally started to test the geophysical and geological equipments in East Sea. At the end of June 2016, acoustic pre-site survey (seafloor mapping (EM122) and sub-bottom seismic survey (ParaSound P70)) was performed to find the target area that is gas free and well identified sedimentary layers in Ulleung Basin and southeastern continental slope. Geophysical survey provided a good opportunity to select appropriate coring sites and to understand depositional patterns. Giant Piston Corer System (GPC, OSIL), installed on the starboard of the R/V ISABU, retrieved up to 11.6, 20.7 and 19 m long sediment cores in southern Ulleung Basin (2,100 m water depth) and southwestern Continental Slope (1,400 m water depth) of East Sea, respectively. Although coring system has to be improved that narrow gap between barrel and liner, too much thickness of liner, it is useful equipment. Long sediment cores have been analyzed to understand the high-resolution paleoenvironmental reconstruction and paleoproductivity using nondestructive parameters (magnetic susceptibility, X-ray, XRF etc.), sedimentary textures and geochemical parameters. The preliminary results have been prepared for publication on characteristics of sedimentary facies, paleoproductivity of surface water during 170 kyr and paleoenvironmcoustic pre-site survey (seafloor mapping (EM122) and sub-bottom seismic survey (ParaSound P70)) was performed to find the target area that is gas free and well identified sedimentary layers in Ulleung Basin and southeastern continental slope. Geophysical survey provided a good opportunity to select appropriate coring sites and to understand depositional patterns. Giant Piston Corer System (GPC, OSIL), installed on the starboard of the R/V ISABU, retrieved up to 11.6, 20.7 and 19 m long sediment cores in southern Ulleung Basin (2,100 m water depth) and southwestern Continental Slope (1,400 m water depth) of East Sea, respectively. Although coring system has to be improved that narrow gap between barrel and liner, too much thickness of liner, it is useful equipment. Long sediment cores have been analyzed to understand the high-resolution paleoenvironmental reconstruction and paleoproductivity using nondestructive parameters (magnetic susceptibility, X-ray, XRF etc.), sedimentary textures and geochemical parameters. The preliminary results have been prepared for publication on characteristics of sedimentary facies, paleoproductivity of surface water during 170 kyr and paleoenvironm
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/24189
Bibliographic Citation
한국지구과학회 춘계학술발표회, pp.99 - 104, 2017
Publisher
한국지구과학회
Type
Conference
Language
Korean
Publisher
한국지구과학회
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Research Interests

Marine Geology,Marine Geochemistry,Marine Security and Safety Research,해양지질,해양지화학,해양방위

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