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Moisture and density measured on ODP Hole 199-1218A

Thomas R Janecek, Mitchell W Lyle, Paul A Wilson & Shipboard Scientific Party
Method A: wet-bulk volume measured with special volume sampler; method B: wet-bulk volume measured by gas pycnometry; method C: dry volume measured by gas pycnometry

Benthic foraminiferal stable oxygen isotope record of ODP Hole 121-758C

Clara T Bolton, Liao Chang, Steven C Clemens, Kazuto Kodama, Minoru Ikehara, Martín Medina-Elizalde, Greig A Paterson, Andrew P Roberts, Eelco J Rohling, Yuhji Yamamoto & Xiang Zhao
AGE [ka BP] tuned to LR04 stack.

Sulphur compounds, methane, and phytoplankton during SONNE cruise SO202/2 (Transbrom Sonne), supplement to: Zindler, Cathleen; Bracher, Astrid; Marandino, Christa A; Taylor, Ben J; Torrecilla, Elena; Kock, Annette; Bange, Hermann W (2013): Sulphur compounds, methane, and phytoplankton: interactions along a north–south transit in the western Pacific Ocean. Biogeosciences, 10(5), 3297-3311

Cathleen Zindler, Astrid Bracher, Christa A Marandino, Bettina B Taylor, Elena Torrecilla, Annette Kock & Hermann W Bange
Here we present results of the first comprehensive study of sulphur compounds and methane in the oligotrophic tropical West Pacific Ocean. The concentrations of dimethylsuphide (DMS), dimethylsulphoniopropionate (DMSP), dimethylsulphoxide (DMSO), and methane (CH4), as well as various phytoplankton marker pigments in the surface ocean were measured along a north-south transit from Japan to Australia in October 2009. DMS (0.9 nmol/l), dissolved DMSP (DMSPd, 1.6 nmol/l) and particulate DMSP (DMSPp, 2 nmol/l) concentrations were generally low,...

Observed El Niño conditions in the eastern tropical Pacific in October 2015, supplement to: Stramma, Lothar; Fischer, Tim; Grundle, Damian; Krahmann, Gerd; Bange, Hermann W; Marandino, Christa A (2016): Observed El Niño conditions in the eastern tropical Pacific in October 2015. Ocean Science, 12(4), 861-873

Lothar Stramma, Tim Fischer, Damian Grundle, Gerd Krahmann, Hermann W Bange & Christa A Marandino
A strong El Niño developed in early 2015. Measurements from a research cruise on the RV Sonne in October 2015 near the equator east of the Galapagos Islands and off the shelf of Peru, are used to investigate changes related to El Niño in the upper ocean in comparison with earlier cruises in this region. At the equator at 85°30' W, a clear temperature increase leading to lower densities in the upper 350 m, despite...

Planktonic foraminiferal Delta d18O record of ODP Hole 121-758C

Clara T Bolton, Liao Chang, Steven C Clemens, Kazuto Kodama, Minoru Ikehara, Martín Medina-Elizalde, Greig A Paterson, Andrew P Roberts, Eelco J Rohling, Yuhji Yamamoto & Xiang Zhao

Sea surface and subsurface temperature reconstruction for sediment core V12-107

Matthew W Schmidt, Ping Chang, Jennifer E Hertzberg, Theodore R Them II, Link Ji & Bette L Otto-Bliesner

(Table 5) Biomarkers in ODP Leg 123 samples

David T Heggie, C J Boreham & Roger E Summons

(Supplementary Table 2) Coastal erosion rates in the Mediterranean sea

Fabrizio Antonioli, Valeria Lo Presti, Alessio Rovere, Luigi Ferranti, Marco Anzidei, Stefano Furlani, Giuseppe Mastronuzzi, Paolo E Orru, Giovanni Scicchitano, Gianmaria Sannino, Cecilia R Spampinato, Rossella Pagliarulo, Giacomo Deiana, Eleonora de Sabata, Paolo Sansò, Matteo Vacchi & Antonio Vecchio
modified from Furlani et al., 2014.

Abundances of macrobenthos during three expeditions to the Central Arctic Ocean

Andrey Vedenin, Manuela Gusky, Andrey V Gebruk, Antonina Kremenetskaia, Elena Rybakova & Antje Boetius
During cruise ARK-IX/4 sampling gears included the multibox-corer (MG) and the 0.25 m² giant box-corer (GKG). From one to fourteen subsamples of the size 0.023 m² (Sampling area) were taken from each MG and/or from one to four subsamples of the size 0.022 m² from each GKG using the rectangular frame.The uppermost 1 cm of sediment from each subsample was washed through the 0.2 mm sieve; the deeper 5 cm were washed through the 0.5...

Fatty acids, alcohols and hydrocarbons of microbial mats from Lake 2A on Kiritimati Island, supplement to: Bühring, Solveig I; Smittenberg, Rienk H; Sachse, Dirk; Lipp, Julius S; Golubic, S; Sachs, Julian P; Hinrichs, Kai-Uwe; Summons, Roger E (2009): A hypersaline microbial mat from the Pacific Atoll Kiritimati: Insight into composition and carbon fixation using biomarker analyses and a 13C-labeling approach. Geobiology, 7(3), 308 - 323

Solveig I Bühring, Rienk H Smittenberg, Dirk Sachse, Julius S Lipp, S Golubic, Julian P Sachs, Kai-Uwe Hinrichs & Roger E Summons
Modern microbial mats are widely recognized as useful analogs for the study of biogeochemical processes relevant to paleoenvironmental reconstruction in the Precambrian. We combined microscopic observations and investigations of biomarker composition to investigate community structure and function in the upper layers of a thick phototrophic microbial mat system from a hypersaline lake on Kiritimati (Christmas Island) in the Northern Line Islands, Republic of Kiribati. In particular, an exploratory incubation experiment with 13C-labeled bicarbonate was conducted...

(Table 1) Organic geochemistry of ODP Leg 123 sites

David T Heggie, C J Boreham & Roger E Summons

Last Interglacial synthesis of high-latitude temperature: temperature anomalies and associated errors for 4 time slices, supplement to: Capron, Emilie; Govin, Aline; Stone, Emma J; Masson-Delmotte, Valerie; Mulitza, Stefan; Otto-Bliesner, Bette L; Rasmussen, Tine Lander; Sime, Louise C; Waelbroeck, Claire; Wolff, Eric W (2014): Temporal and spatial structure of multi-millennial temperature changes at high latitudes during the Last Interglacial. Quaternary Science Reviews, 103, 116-133

Emilie Capron, Aline Govin, Emma J Stone, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Stefan Mulitza, Bette L Otto-Bliesner, Tine Lander Rasmussen, Louise C Sime, Claire Waelbroeck & Eric W Wolff
The Last Interglacial (LIG, 129-116 thousand of years BP, ka) represents a test bed for climate model feedbacks in warmer-than-present high latitude regions. However, mainly because aligning different palaeoclimatic archives and from different parts of the world is not trivial, a spatio-temporal picture of LIG temperature changes is difficult to obtain. Here, we have selected 47 polar ice core and sub-polar marine sediment records and developed a strategy to align them onto the recent AICC2012...

(Table 3) Organic geochemistry of ODP Hole 123-766A

David T Heggie, C J Boreham & Roger E Summons

(Table 2) Organic geochemistry of ODP Site 123-765

David T Heggie, C J Boreham & Roger E Summons

(Table 6) Maturation-dependent biomarkers in ODP Leg 123 samples

David T Heggie, C J Boreham & Roger E Summons

Neogloboquadrina dutertrei stable iostope record of ODP Hole 121-758C

Clara T Bolton, Liao Chang, Steven C Clemens, Kazuto Kodama, Minoru Ikehara, Martín Medina-Elizalde, Greig A Paterson, Andrew P Roberts, Eelco J Rohling, Yuhji Yamamoto & Xiang Zhao

Age model of ODP Hole 121-758C

Clara T Bolton, Liao Chang, Steven C Clemens, Kazuto Kodama, Minoru Ikehara, Martín Medina-Elizalde, Greig A Paterson, Andrew P Roberts, Eelco J Rohling, Yuhji Yamamoto & Xiang Zhao
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] is tie point Depth 758 (m)(d18O +0.64 758)

Age model of IODP Site 320-U1336

Christian Ohneiser, Gary D Acton, James E T Channell, Gary S Wilson, Yuhji Yamamoto & Toshitsugu Yamazaki
Depth [m] = Core depth below sea floor (CSF) [mbsf]Depth [mcd] = Core composite depth below sea floor (CCSF)

Geochemistry and grain size of sediment core PC29A

Sebastien Bertrand, Konrad A Hughen, Julio Sepúlveda & Silvio Pantoja

XRF - geochemistry of sediment core PC29A

Sebastien Bertrand, Konrad A Hughen, Julio Sepúlveda & Silvio Pantoja

Information from Paleoclimate Archives

Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Michael Schulz, Ayako Abe-Ouchi, Jürg Beer, Andrey Ganopolski, Jesus Fidel González Rouco, Eystein Jansen, Kurt Lambeck, Jürg Luterbacher, Timothy R Naish, T Osborn, Bette L Otto-Bliesner, Terrence Michael Quinn, Rengaswamy Ramesh, Maisa Rojas, XueMei Shao & Axel Timmermann
Compilation of figure recipes for all figures of Chapter 5 of IPCC Working Group I, Fifth Assessment Report. In addition to figure captions, figure recipes are supposed to serve as detailed figure creation info. If not publicly available elsewhere, processed data underlying the respective figures are also provided here.

(Table S3) Core chronologies including radiocarbon dates, tephrachronology, 210Pb dating

Claire C Treat, Miriam C Jones, Philip Camill, Angela Gallego-Sala, Michelle Garneau, Jennifer W Harden, Gustaf Hugelius, Eric S Klein, Ulla Kokfelt, Peter Kuhry, Julie Loisel, Paul J H Mathijssen, Jonathan A O'Donnell, Pirita O Oksanen, Tiina M Ronkainen, A Britta K Sannel, Julie Talbot, Charles Tarnocai & Minna Väliranta

Ground beetle (Carabidae) abundance data from north-eastern Australian rainforest, between June 2008 - January 2010, using pitfall traps, supplement to: Staunton, Kyran M; Nakamura, Akihiro; Burwell, Chris J; Robson, Simon K A; Williams, Stephen E (in review): Environmental influences on assemblage composition of flightless ground beetles in the Wet Tropics. PLoS ONE

Kyran M Staunton, Akihiro Nakamura, Chris J Burwell, Simon K A Robson & Stephen E Williams
Understanding how the environment influences patterns of diversity is vital for effective conservation management, especially in a changing global climate. While assemblage structure and species richness patterns are often correlated with current environmental factors, historical influences may also be considerable, especially for taxa with poor dispersal abilities. Mountain-top regions throughout tropical rainforests can act as important refugia for taxa characterised by low dispersal capacities such as flightless ground beetles (Carabidae), an ecologically significant predatory group....

Table 1. Radiocarbon ages obtained on sediment core PC29A

Sebastien Bertrand, Konrad A Hughen, Julio Sepúlveda & Silvio Pantoja
The ages were calibrated with CLAM 2.2 (Blaauw, 2010), using the calibration curve SHCal13 (Hogg et al., 2013). A reservoir correction of 530 years was applied to the two mollusk samples.

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