A New Method for Quality Control of Geological Cores by X-Ray Computed Tomography: Application in IODP Expedition 370

@article{Tonai2019ANM,
  title={A New Method for Quality Control of Geological Cores by X-Ray Computed Tomography: Application in IODP Expedition 370},
  author={Satoshi Tonai and Yusuke Kubo and Man-Yin Tsang and Stephen A. Bowden and Kotaro Ide and Takehiro Hirose and Nana Kamiya and Yuzuru Yamamoto and Kiho Yang and Yasuhiro Yamada and Yuki Morono and Verena B. Heuer and Fumio Inagaki},
  journal={Frontiers in Earth Science},
  year={2019}
}
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research used data provided by the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). We are grateful to the IODP and thank crew, drilling team, geologists and lab technicians on Chikyu and the staff of the Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research for supporting IODP 370-operations. We would like to thank Lucia Mancini for handling the editorial process and the three reviewers for submitting their helpful comments and improving the manuscript. 
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