Supplement to: Benson, William E; Enos, Paul; Freeman, Tom; Gradstein, Felix M; Murdmaa, Ivar O; Pastouret, L; Schmidt, Ronald R; Sheridan, Robert E; Stuermer, D H; Weaver, Fred M; Worstell, Paula J (1978): Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. U. S. Government Printing Office, XLIV, 1005 pp, https://doi.org/10.2973/dsdp.proc.44.1978
The western part of the North Atlantic Ocean holds clues to some of the most intriguing questions in marine geology. But because the geologic problems are many and varied, the sites of Leg 44 were multipurpose in nature. In particular, some of the targets were : 1) the Blake Nose, a spur of the Blake Plateau, to determine the nature, age, and origin of reef-like structures recognized on seismic profiles and 2) the Blake Outer Ridge, a long low ridge of sediments that forms the eastern boundary of the Blake-Bahama Basin, where we hoped to study the stratigraphy and sample supposed clathrates.
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