Boxcore Data Catalog

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Boxcore samples were photographed in three different ways: Peelscan, Trayscan, or an x-ray. In the boxcore filename convention, the letter p, t, or x indicates what type of picture was taken. For example, boxcore 96082851p is a peelscan photo. Some of the core samples were taken near reference rod locations such as R1 and R12, which are also included in the sample/filename. After 07/08/1996, the rods were destroyed by a storm and the boxcores was collected using bipods as a reference point. The location and depth that each boxcore was sampled at can be found in the Boxcore Info Spreadsheet for 1996 and 1997. The following links lead to thumbnails and high resolution images of the boxcores collected on the given date.

1994 1995 1996 1997
September 28, 1994 April 27, 1995 February 15, 1996 March 28, 1997
October 8, 1994 May 11, 1995 February 26, 1996 April 7, 1997
October 21, 1994 October 18, 1995 March 15, 1996 June 19, 1997
October 22, 1994 October 19, 1995 June 6, 1996 August 18, 1997
October 25, 1994 November 6, 1995 July 8, 1996 September 20, 1997
December 3, 1994   July 9, 1996 September 23, 1997
December 4, 1994   July 23, 1996 October 3, 1997
December 7, 1994   August 28, 1996 October 14, 1997
    November 4, 1996 October 24, 1997
    November 5, 1996  

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The content for this web page was taken from the Dissertation Storm Sedimentation on the Surf Zone and Inner Continental Shelfof Rebecca Lenel Beavers in the Department of Geology of Duke University

This web site was created by Doug Call (Contract Student, University of Virginia) on July 31, 2001.