Species ABAL; No of rings 51; Begin 1728; End 1778
Species ABAL; No of rings 107; Begin 1744; End 1850
Data processing by Wolfgang Gloeden, Maritime Klimaüberwachung (KU24), Deutscher Wetterdienst, http://www.dwd.de
Stable oxygen and carbon isotope ratios of Globigerinoides sacculifer of ODP Hole 134-828A from the Southwest Pacific (Table 2), supplement to: Martínez, José Ignacio; De Deckker, Patrick; Chivas, Allan R (1997): New estimates for salinity changes in the Western Pacific Warm Pool during the Last Glacial Maximum: oxygen-isotope evidence. Marine Micropaleontology, 32(3-4), 311-340José Ignacio Martínez, Patrick De Deckker & Allan R Chivas
Oxygen-isotope analyses of planktonic foraminifera from 57 western Pacific deep-sea cores are compared for the Holocene and the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Carbonate dissolution, sedimentation rates/bioturbation, sample density, and vital effects are assessed before the sea-surface salinity signal of these records is reconstructed. Average glacial-interglacial Delta delta18O values in the western Pacific are found to be close to those in the Atlantic Ocean (1.76 ‰ in the Pacific compared to 1.80 ‰ in the Atlantic),...
Side-scan sonar and deep tow profiler lines of R/V Professor Logachev cruise TTR16/3 with links to sgy-filesRussell Exley & Graham K Westbrook
The data set contains links to geophysical data sets in sgy-format, given for eight profiles which are defined by START lat/long/datetime and END lat/long/datetime. The links in column point to data sets describing the profile in detail by lat/long of ships track and lat/long (2) of the remote operated vehicle.
Geocode DATE/TIME has centered values.
Species ABAL; No of rings 73; Begin 1683; End 1755
Species ABAL; No of rings 79; Begin 1462; End 1540
Species ABAL; No of rings 66; Begin 1484; End 1549
Species ABAL; No of rings 74; Begin 1406; End 1479
Mesozooplankton was sampled by open-closing JUDAY net with a 36 cm ring diameter and mesh size of 0.125 mm. The open-closing mechanism used was the Nansen mechanical lock system allowing nets to be vertically towed through standard depths (0-10, 10-25, 25-50, 50-100, 100-200, 200-300, 300-500, 500-1000 m) and closed at the upper depth level. Depth of tow was evaluated by wire paid out and the angle of wire inclination. The 10-20 ml samples were preserved...