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Section images from ODP Hole 138-844D

Larry A Mayer, Nicklas G Pisias & Shipboard Scientific Party

Paleontological investigation on diatoms of ODP Hole 170-1042B

Lisa D White, Yves Fouquet, Robert A Zierenberg, D Jay Miller & Shipboard Scientific Party

Section images from ODP Hole 204-1252A

Anne M Tréhu, Gerhard Bohrmann, Frank R Rack, Marta E Torres & Shipboard Scientific Party
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. See further details for a thumbnail overview catalog of linescan images.

Radiosonde PS14/04466 during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-VII/1 on 1988-09-22 15:00h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 12258 m, precipitable water content 3.637 cm

Physical oceanography and ADCP measurements during POSEIDON cruise P414 (POS414)

Dagmar Hainbucher
Until the eighties the main source of deep water masses in the Ionian Basin was the southern Adriatic Sea. During the nineties a dramatic climatic change took place in the eastern Mediterranean (Eastern Mediterranean Transient); deep water was formed of water originating from the Aegean Sea since then. This change in the deep water had extensive consequences for the whole circulation of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Expeditions carried out in this region during the last...

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6103B/03A, Netherlands, Leiden

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 99; first year: 1519; end year: 1618; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 18; Last ring under bark: absent

Carbon analysis of Hole 24-233

Robert L Fisher & Elizabeth T Bunce

Master tracks in different resolutions during POLAR 6 campaign P6_215_UWB_2018

Daniela Jansen
This dataset was created via processing of raw position data acquired by the GPS sensor for scientific equipment on Polar 6/Polar 5 to receive a validated master track which is used as reference of further expedition data.

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Zoraida, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Silvia, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Paola, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Modesta, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Lola, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Giulia, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Eneide, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

Nutrient Data from CTD Nisken Bottles from Sonne Expedition SO-245 "UltraPac"

Timothy G Ferdelman, Gabriele Klockgether, Patrick Downes & Gaute Lavik
Nutrient data from Nisken Bottle samples collected and measured onboard Sonne Expedition SO-245 "UltraPac". Concentrations of dissolved inorganic phosphate (PO43-), nitrite (NO2-), nitrate (NO3-), and silicate (Si) were measured with the QuAAtro39 autoanalyser (Seal Analytical) using the method based on Strickland and Parsons, 1972. OSIL Seawater Low-Nutrient Standards were used as a secondary standard to test primary standard calibrations. Low concentrations of dissolved phosphate (<300 nM) were determined with a long waveguide capillary cell (LWCC)...

Calibrated Dissolved O2 Data from RV Sonne Expedition SO245 "UltraPac"

Timothy G Ferdelman, Gabriele Klockgether, Gaute Lavik, Rohan Henkel, Daniela Voß & Oliver Zielinski
Recalculated Dissolved O2 data from CTD sensor from dataset; Zielinski et al. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.890394 Calibrated against onboard Winkler titration (Culberson, 1991, WOCE Report 68/91). Calibrations: O2 [µmol O2 /kg] = O2 measured * 1.0859 + 2.8723 O2 [µmol O2 /L] = O2 measured * 1.1112 + 2.6795 %O2 saturation values also recalculated.

Low field magnetic susceptibility in Holocene sediment cores MD99-2251 and MD03-2676C2 from the Gardar drift

Catherine Kissel
Low field magnetic susceptibility normalized by the volume and measured on u-channels with a Bartington MS2C 45-mm diameter susceptibility bridge at 2 cm intervals with a resolution of about 4-5 cm.

Low field magnetic susceptibility in Holocene sediment core MD08-3182Cq from the Gardar drift

Catherine Kissel
Low field magnetic susceptibility normalized by the volume and measured on u-channels with a Bartington MS2C 45-mm diameter susceptibility bridge at 2 cm intervals with a resolution of about 4-5 cm.

Low field magnetic susceptibility in Holocene sediment core MD03-2678Cq from the Gardar drift

Catherine Kissel
Low field magnetic susceptibility normalized by the volume and measured on u-channels with a Bartington MS2C 45-mm diameter susceptibility bridge at 2 cm intervals with a resolution of about 4-5 cm.

Low field magnetic susceptibility in Holocene sediment core CH77-02 from the Gardar drift

Catherine Kissel
Low field magnetic susceptibility normalized by the volume and measured on u-channels with a Bartington MS2C 45-mm diameter susceptibility bridge at 2 cm intervals with a resolution of about 4-5 cm.

YOPP-SH Meteorological observations from automatic weather station Arelis, Antarctica

Paolo Grigioni, A Antonelli, G Camporeale, Virginia Ciardini, L De Silvestri, S Dolci, A Iaccarino, M Proposito & Claudio Scarchilli

The mean sortable silt size in Holocene sediment core MD08-3182Cq from the Gardar drift

Catherine Kissel
For measurements of the mean sortable silt size of the detrital faction, biogenic carbonates were dissolved using acetic acid (20 %) and the organic matter was removed using hydrogen peroxide (33%) at 85°C. The samples were sieved through a 63 μm mesh and mixed in Sodium hexametaphosphate solution (0,2 %) in an ultrasonic bath for 2 minutes before analysis. The measurement was made using a Beckman Coulter Counter Multisizer 3 with a 100µm aperture tube...

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