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Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, 127/128 Part 1 Scientific Results
Interstitial waters in sediments below 400 (Site 798) and 435 meters below seafloor (Site 799) have chloride concentrations of 516-527 and 501-515 mM, respectively, lower than the 540 mM of the modern-day Japan Sea. The chemical composition of interstitial waters, bulk sediments, clay-size sediment fraction, and carbonate nodules from Oki Ridge (Site 798) and Kita-Yamato Trough (Site 799), Japan Sea, reflect in-situ diagenetic processes superimposed on geochemical signals that may indicatedoi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.127128-1.161.1992 fatcat:potswyzfkzhormcqtmfdxfl3tu