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Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-09)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-08)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-11)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-06)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-07)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-05)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-03)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-04)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-02)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2017-01)

Marc Olefs
Version 2, 2019-04-24, with corrected temperature values.

Seawater carbonate chemistry and predatory strategies and behaviours in cephalopods, supplement to: Spady, Blake L; Munday, Philip L; Watson, Sue-Ann (2018): Predatory strategies and behaviours in cephalopods are altered by elevated CO2. Global Change Biology, 24(6), 2585-2596

Blake L Spady, Philip L Munday & Sue-Ann Watson
There is increasing evidence that projected near‐future carbon dioxide (CO2) levels can alter predator avoidance behaviour in marine invertebrates, yet little is known about the possible effects on predatory behaviours. Here we tested the effects of elevated CO2 on the predatory behaviours of two ecologically distinct cephalopod species, the pygmy squid, Idiosepius pygmaeus, and the bigfin reef squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana. Both species exhibited an increased latency to attack and altered body pattern choice during the...

Seawater carbonate chemistry and growth and chlorophyll, photochemical parameters, carbon fixation of diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum, supplement to: Liu, Nana; Beardall, John; Gao, Kunshan (2017): Elevated CO2 and associated seawater chemistry do not benefit a model diatom grown with increased availability of light. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 79(2), 137-147

Nana Liu, John Beardall & Kunshan Gao
Elevated CO2 is leading to a decrease in pH in marine environments (ocean acidification [OA]), altering marine carbonate chemistry. OA can influence the metabolism of many marine organisms; however, no consensus has been reached on its effects on algal photosynthetic carbon fixation and primary production. Here, we found that when the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum was grown under different pCO2 levels, it showed different responses to elevated pCO2 levels under growth-limiting (20 µmol photons/m**2/s, LL) compared...

Carbon and oxygen isotope data for benthic foraminifera from ODP Site 1209

Jack O Shaw, Simon D'haenens, Ellen Thomas, Richard D Norris, Johnnie A Lyman, André Bornemann & Pincelli M Hull
Dataset update:2019-05-23: Remove benthic data from sites 401 and 690 - generated by a previous study, not relevant2019-05-23: Add a column specifying sample depths

Abundance counts of planktonic and benthic foraminifera from DSDP Site 48-401

Jack O Shaw, Simon D'haenens, Ellen Thomas, Richard D Norris, Johnnie A Lyman, André Bornemann & Pincelli M Hull
Depth: given in mbsf

Weather pattern definitions for India and their daily historical classifications (1979 to 2016)

Robert Neal, Joanne Robbins, Rutger Dankers, Ashis Mitra, A Jayakumar, E N Rajagopal & George Adamson
Mean u- and v- component wind fields at 850-hPa are provided over India for a set of 30 objectively derived weather patterns, which were generated by k-means clustering of daily (1200 UTC) reanalysis fields from ERA-interim between 1979 and 2016. The weather patterns are defined on a 1 x 1 degree resolution grid, which covers the area from 62 degrees west to 98 degrees west and 2 degrees north to 37 degrees north. The boundary...

Multidisciplinary scientific cruise to the Rio Grande Rise, supplement to: Jovane, Luigi; Hein, James; Yeo, Isobel; Benites, Mariana; Bergo, Natascha; Corrêa, Paulo; Couto, Daniel; Guimarães, Ayrton; Howarth, Sarah; Miguel, Henrique; Mizell, Kira; Moura, Denise; Neto, Francisco; Pompeu, Maysa; Rodrigues, Ianco; Santana, Frederico; Serrao, Pedro; Silva, Tomás; Tura, Pedro; Viscarra, Carolina; Pelizzari, Vivian; Signori, Camila; Silveira, Ilson; Sumida, Paulo; Murton, Bramley; Brandini, Frederico Pereira (submitted): Multidisciplinary scientific cruise to the Rio Grande Rise. Minerals Journal

Luigi Jovane, James Hein, Isobel Yeo, Mariana Benites, Natascha Bergo, Paulo Corrêa, Daniel Couto, Ayrton Guimarães, Sarah Howarth, Henrique Miguel, Kira Mizell, Denise Moura, Francisco Neto, Maysa Pompeu, Ianco Rodrigues, Frederico Santana, Pedro Serrao, Tomás Silva, Pedro Tura, Carolina Viscarra, Vivian Pelizzari, Camila Signori, Ilson Silveira, Paulo Sumida, Bramley Murton … & Frederico Pereira Brandini
Rio Grande Rise (RGR) is a broad elevation in the South Atlantic Ocean consisting of western and eastern parts, that in total measures about 874 km east-west by about 480 km north-south. There is a scarcity of available information to the scientific community and to address this, the Marine E-tech project has taken a holistic and interdisciplinary scientific approach to understand the oceanographic and geological environment of the rise. Here we present geophysical, geological, biological...

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2016-05), Version 1

Marc Olefs
Please note that the air temperature measurements might be wrong here (factor 10). This will be checked (2018-08). Refer to new version for updated values (see Replaced by reference).

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2016-06), Version 1

Marc Olefs
Please note that the air temperature measurements might be wrong here (factor 10). This will be checked (2018-08). Refer to new version for updated values (see Replaced by reference).

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2016-03), Version 1

Marc Olefs
Please note that the air temperature measurements might be wrong here (factor 10). This will be checked (2018-08). Refer to new version for updated values (see Replaced by reference).

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2016-04), Version 1

Marc Olefs
Please note that the air temperature measurements might be wrong here (factor 10). This will be checked (2018-08). Refer to new version for updated values (see Replaced by reference).

Radiosonde raw data from tandem soundings at Neumayer Station (2018-07), links to files

Holger Schmithüsen & Hanno Müller
At Neumayer station the transition of sonde type from Vaisala RS92-SGP to RS41-SGP is controlled by tandem soundings starting in July 2018. Each file in this dataset was acquired together with the corresponding data file in doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.900460.

Planktic foraminiferal Mg/Ca ratios of Globigerinoides ruber of sediment core SO164-03-4 recovered during SONNE cruise SO164

Stefan Reissig, Dirk Nürnberg, André Bahr, David-Willem Poggemann & Julia Hoffmann

Planktic foraminiferal Mg/Ca ratios of Globorotalia truncatulinoides of sediment core SO164-03-4 recovered during SONNE cruise SO164

Stefan Reissig, Dirk Nürnberg, André Bahr, David-Willem Poggemann & Julia Hoffmann

Basic measurements of radiation at station Sonnblick (2016-12), Version 1

Marc Olefs
Please note that the air temperature measurements might be wrong here (factor 10). This will be checked (2018-08). Refer to new version for updated values (see Replaced by reference).

Stable oxygen isotope of Globigerinoides ruber of sediment core M78/1_235-1 recovered during METEOR cruise M78/1

Stefan Reissig, Dirk Nürnberg, André Bahr, David-Willem Poggemann & Julia Hoffmann

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