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Summary Information for Field Activity 1992-015-FA

Area of Operations: Selenga Delta, Buguldeika, Academician Ridge, Maloye Marye, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia, USSR, Asia

Dates: July 21, 1992 to August 01, 1992

Chief scientist: Steve Colman

   E.B. Karabanov, Limnolog. Inst., Irkutsk

Objectives: To obtain and quantitatively interpret the sedimentary record of changing climate and limnology in Lake Baikal by collecting high-resolution seismic reflection data to delineate the sedimentary environments beneath the lake, defining how these environments have responded to climate change, and locating and correlating the best sites for coring.

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Summary: See scanned cruise report.

Contact: Steve Colman (

InfoBank: uses the identifier V-2-92-LB. Visit this site for more information.

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