This Excel spreadsheet lists all of the rock samples from Jane Selverstone's research collection that have been archived into the Earth and Planetary Sciences Collections at the University of New Mexico. All samples are listed by original (published) sample number and by an affiliated International GeoSample Number. Samples are grouped by research project, and doi information is given for all publications resulting from work on each project. Rock samples include various combinations of hand specimens, powders, thin sections, and billets from which thin sections were prepared. Information is included to identify the drawers within which each sample can be found in the collections facility housed in the basement of the UNM Earth and Planetary Sciences Department. Additional metadata, including field locations, analytical data, and photographs, are available at www.geosamples.org. Sample suites include crustal and mantle xenoliths from New Mexico, fault-zone rocks from the Whipple Mountains core complex, peridotites from the Ivrea Zone, high- and ultrahigh-pressure rocks from the Western Alps, and a prograde metamorphic sequence from Switzerland. All samples are available upon request for further research projects.
National Science Foundation
physical archive, sample database, rock specimens, IGSN, metamorphic rock, xenolith, chlorine stable isotopes, petrology, petrography, thin section
Selverstone, Jane. "Archived Rock Samples From Jane Selverstone's Research Collection." None (2017): None. http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/eps_fsp/9