Ice core samples

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  • A parent IGSN number registered for the Ice core point or location is required
  • For all ice core samples curated by NSF-ICF unique sibling IGSN will be derived.
  • Projects with samples not curated by NSF-ICF are encouraged to follow the same naming scheme.
    • The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as section by NSF-ICF. Note that keyword tube is used interchangeably with a section by NSF-ICF for foil covered cardboard storage media.
Example that illustrates how sibling IGSN numbers will be derived from parent IGSN number for ice core section data fields. NOTE example data set is not accuare and used for demonstration purposes only.
Field Required Example
Certificate name Yes Ice Core Section -1.0
Certificate ID Yes ICSec-1.0
IGSN parent ID Yes WDC06A
IGSN child ID Yes WDC06A-97
Section ID Yes 97
Section Top depth Yes 96.030
Section Top depth unit Yes meters
Section Bottom depth Yes 97.000
Section Bottom depth unit Yes meters
Section length No 0.970
Section length unit No meters
Section quality No Excellent
Section Notes No No notes
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Ice core section.
    • The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that classified as Parts by NSF-ICF:
Sibling (grandchild) IGSN numbers for Ice core part derived from parent ice core section IGSN number.
Field Required Example
Certificate name Yes Ice core part-1.0
Certificate ID Yes ICpart-1.0
IGSN parent ID Yes WDC06A
IGSN child ID Yes WDC06A-1
IGSN grandchild ID Yes WDC06A-1-Part1
Part ID Yes 1
Part Top depth Yes 96.030
Part Top depth unit Yes meters
Part Bottom depth Yes 96.20
Part Bottom depth unit Yes meters
Part length Yes 0.17
Part length unit Yes meters
Part quality Yes Good