Articles | Volume 24
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-1-2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-1-2018
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22 Oct 2018
Science report |  | 22 Oct 2018

Drilling-induced and logging-related features illustrated from IODP–ICDP Expedition 364 downhole logs and borehole imaging tools

Johanna Lofi, David Smith, Chris Delahunty, Erwan Le Ber, Laurent Brun, Gilles Henry, Jehanne Paris, Sonia Tikoo, William Zylberman, Philippe A. Pezard, Bernard Célérier, Douglas R. Schmitt, Chris Nixon, and Expedition 364 Science Party

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In 2016 an international scientific expedition drilled a 1.3 km deep hole to explore the Chicxulub impact crater, buried below the surface of the Yucatán shelf (Mexico). This crater is linked to the End-Cretaceous mass extinction. Downhole logs have been acquired in the hole, providing several key parameters characterizing the geology of the crater. However, few of the data recorded may be artifacts and should not be misinterpreted as real geological features. They are discussed in this study.