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Zooplankton displacement volume in the surface layer of the Arabian Sea during cruise NASEER-3

Samina Kidwai & Shahid Amjad
Bongo net frame diameter: 60 cm; mesh size: 335 µm; towing speed 2-3 knots in a circular path

Tree-ring width of Picea abies (Karsten) from historical object sample HOF10173-11

Jutta Hofmann
Species PCAB; No of rings 44; Begin 1454; End 1497

Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from living tree sample HOH9243-31

Michael Friedrich
Species ABAL; No of rings 81; Begin 1891; End 1971

Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from historical object sample IB20033-5

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species ABAL; No of rings 56; Begin 1512; End 1567

(Table DR1) Trace element contents in basalts from ODP Hole 33-317A, supplement to: Ingle, Stephanie; Mahoney, John J; Sato, Hiroshi; Coffin, Millard F; Kimura, Jun-Ichi; Hirano, Naoto; Nakanishi, Masao (2007): Depleted mantle wedge and sediment fingerprint in unusual basalts from the Manihiki Plateau, central Pacific Ocean. Geology 2007 35(7), 35(7), 595-598

Stephanie Ingle, John J Mahoney, Hiroshi Sato, Millard F Coffin, Jun-Ichi Kimura, Naoto Hirano & Masao Nakanishi
Numerous large igneous provinces formed in the Pacific Ocean during Early Cretaceous time, but their origins and relations are poorly understood. We present new geochronological and geochemical data on rocks from the Manihiki Plateau and compare these results to those for other Cretaceous Pacific plateaus. A dredged Manihiki basalt gives an 40Ar-39Ar age of 117.9+/-3.5 Ma (2 sigma), essentially contemporaneous with the Ontong Java Plateau ~2500 km to the west, and the possibly related Hikurangi...

Tree-ring width of Pinus sylvestris (von Linné) from historical object sample HOH5210-2407

Michael Friedrich
Species PISY; No of rings 88; Begin 1722; End 1809

Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from historical object sample IB22211-3

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species ABAL; No of rings 51; Begin 1322; End 1372

Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from historical object sample IB20642-36

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species ABAL; No of rings 50; Begin 1688; End 1737

Facies logs of profile Ozornoye

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

(Table 1) Age determination and facies log of profile Byzovaya

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

Facies logs of profile Byzovaya

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

(Table 1) Age determination and facies log of profile Ozornoye

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

(Table 1) Age determination of profile Novik-Bozh

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

(Table 1) Age determination of profile Garevo

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen

Age determinations from northwest Russia, supplement to: Larsen, Eiliv; Lyså, Astrid; Demidov, Igor; Funder, Svend; Houmark-Nielsen, Michael; Kjær, Kurt Henrik; Murray, Andrew Sean (1999): Age and extent of the Scandinavian ice sheet in northwest Russia. Boreas, 28(1), 115-132

Eiliv Larsen, Astrid Lyså, Igor Demidov, Svend Funder, Michael Houmark-Nielsen, Kurt Henrik Kjær & Andrew Sean Murray
The last glacial maximum (LGM) of the Scandinavian ice sheet in the Arkhangelsk region has been identified morphologically as ridges and hummocks in an otherwise flat topography. Stratigraphically the limit is marked by the presence of till above Mikhulinian (last interglacial) sediments inside the ridges and by the absence of till outside the ridges. During the LGM, ice flowed into the region from the north and northwest forming a lobe in the Dvina--Vaga depression. The...

Age determination of sediment from Lake Komi, supplement to: Mangerud, Jan; Astakhov, Valery I; Murray, Andrew Sean; Svendsen, John Inge (2001): The chronology of a large ice-dammed lake and the Barents-Kara ice sheet advances, northern Russia. Global and Planetary Change, QUEEN special issue, 31(1), 321-336

Jan Mangerud, Valery I Astakhov, Andrew Sean Murray & John Inge Svendsen
Beach and shoreface sediments deposited in the more than 800-km long ice-dammed Lake Komi in northern European Russia have been investigated and dated. The lake flooded the lowland areas between the Barents-Kara Ice Sheet in the north and the continental drainage divide in the south. Shoreline facies have been dated by 18 optical stimulated luminescence (OSL) dates, most of which are closely grouped in the range 80-100 ka, with a mean of 88 +/- 3...

Tree-ring width of Pinus sylvestris (von Linné) from historical object sample HOF11780-15

Jutta Hofmann
Species PISY; No of rings 94; Begin 1680; End 1773

Tree-ring width of Picea abies (Karsten) from historical object sample HOH3796-5

Michael Friedrich
Species PCAB; No of rings 63; Begin 1617; End 1679

(Appendix A2) Paleomagnetic of Santa Rossa Canyon section

Yong-Xiang Li, Timothy J Bralower, Isabel P Montanez, David A Osleger, Michael A Arthur, David M Bice, Timothy D Herbert, Elisabetta Erba & Isabella Premoli Silva
Depth (m) is the stratigraphic depth

(Appendix A1) Paleomagnetic of DSDP Site 47-398

Yong-Xiang Li, Timothy J Bralower, Isabel P Montanez, David A Osleger, Michael A Arthur, David M Bice, Timothy D Herbert, Elisabetta Erba & Isabella Premoli Silva

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample HOF11662-9

Jutta Hofmann
Species QUSP; No of rings 98; Begin 1392; End 1489

Tree-ring width of Picea abies (Karsten) from historical object sample HOF10229-22

Jutta Hofmann
Species PCAB; No of rings 47; Begin 1765; End 1811

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample IB20273-4

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species QUSP; No of rings 86; Begin 1390; End 1475

Tree-ring width of Pinus sylvestris (von Linné) from historical object sample HOF10400-4

Jutta Hofmann
Species PISY; No of rings 96; Begin 1624; End 1719

(Fig. 6) Coral content of sediment core GeoB6728-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf Christian Dullo
Area-data were transformed in weight percentage with an average coral density of 2.66 g/cm≈.

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