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(Table 3) Distribution of Pleistocene calcareous nannofossils in ODP Hole 149-897C

Li Liu, Patrizia Maiorano & Xixi Zhao
Species abundance: V = very abundant (>10 specimens per field of view at 1560 magnification), A = abundant (1-10 cpescimens per field), C = common (1 specimen per 2-10 fields), F = few (1 specimen per 11-50 fields), R = rare (1 specimen per 51-200 fields), r = reworked, - = not present. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

Description of thin sections of Hole 313-M0027A

Expedition 313 Scientists

Description of thin sections of Hole 313-M0028A

Expedition 313 Scientists

(Table 7) Stratigraphic distribution of calcareous nannofossil taxa in ODP Hole 149-899B

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Species abundance: P = present, R = rare, F = few, C = common, A = abundant, V = very abundant, O = ooze, - = not present. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Fig 3) Acoustic, hydrographic, and electromagnetic raw data of the southern bay slope survey area

Hendrik Müller, Tilo von Dobeneck, Wiebke Nehmiz & Kay Hamer
see doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.761531 for maps in grd, tiff, and jpeg format

(Fig 3) Acoustic, hydrographic, and electromagnetic maps of the southern bay slope survey area. Links to data files

Hendrik Müller, Tilo von Dobeneck, Wiebke Nehmiz & Kay Hamer
Data gridded with a minimum curvature algorithm, and shown with linear color scales shaded from the NE and overlain by bathymetric contour lines of 0.5-m spacing; white line section of Fig. 4. a Bathymetry (CTD pressure data) and EM profile lines (blue); b bottom-water electrical conductivity measured using the profiler's external CTD; c mud layer thickness and d sand reflector depth, both determined from 10-kHz sub-bottom profiles; e apparent electrical conductivity and f apparent magnetic...

(Table 3) Stratigraphic distribution of calcareous nannofossil taxa in ODP Hole 149-897C

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Species abundance: P = present, R = rare, F = few, C = common, A = abundant, V = very abundant, O = ooze, - = not present. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Table 5) Stratigraphic distribution of calcareous nannofossil taxa in ODP Hole 149-898A

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Species abundance: P = present, R = rare, F = few, C = common, A = abundant, V = very abundant, O = ooze, - = not present. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Table 2) Distribution of planktonic foraminiferal species in bottom sediments from Core LV28-42-5, Sea of Okhotsk

Max S Barash, N V Bubenshchikova, Galina Kh Kazarina & Tatyana A Khusid
>0 = presents.

(Table 2) Calcareous nannofossil events in ODP Hole 149-897C

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Indicated is the average depth (in mbsf) between two samples.

(Table 6) Calcareous nannofossil events in ODP Site 149-899

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Indicated is the average depth (in mbsf) between two samples.

(Table 4) Calcareous nannofossil events in ODP Hole 149-898A

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Indicated is the average depth (in mbsf) between two samples.

(Table 8) Calcareous nannofossil events in ODP Hole 149-900A

Eric P de Kaenel & Giuliana Villa
Indicated is the average depth (in mbsf) between two samples.

(Table 6) Major and trace element analyses of basalt from DSDP Hole 26-251

Geoffrey Thompson, Wilfred B Bryan, Frederick A Frey, John S Dickey & Hugh L Davies
DSDP 26-251-30-1,140-145, 26-251-31-1,39-41 and 26-251-31-4,29-31 = Data from Kempe (1975) and Fleet et al. (1976). Major element datas from these samples were recalculated from Kempe (1975) on a volatile-free basis.

(Table 4) Major and trace element analyses of basalt from DSDP Hole 26-250

Geoffrey Thompson, Wilfred B Bryan, Frederick A Frey, John S Dickey & Hugh L Davies
26-250-26-6,45-47 = Datas from Kempe (1975). The major elements from these sample is recalculated on a volatile-free basis. Trace-elements Datas from these sample are also from Kempe (1975) and Fleet et al. (1976).

(Table 5) Major and trace element analyses of basalt from DSDP Hole 25-249

Geoffrey Thompson, Wilfred B Bryan, Frederick A Frey, John S Dickey & Hugh L Davies
DB1-10 and DB1-11 datas and sample numbers are from Erlank and Reid (1974). The major element from these samples were recalculated on a volatile-free basis.

(Table 2) Major element and trace-element analyses of basalt from DSDP Hole 25-248

Geoffrey Thompson, Wilfred B Bryan, Frederick A Frey, John S Dickey & Hugh L Davies
DB1-8, DB1-9 and DB1-12 datas and sample numbers are from Erlank and Reid (1974). The major elements from these samples were caculated on a volatile-free basis.

Phytoplankton abundance measured on water samples from rivers of the Lena Delta in 2009

Alexandra C Kraberg
During the 2009 cruise in the Lena delta a first comprehensive set of phytoplankton samples was collected from several areas of the Lena Delta. The aim was to establish a first checklist of phytoplankton and microzooplankton species in the Delta for form the basis for future assessments and to aid in the selection of sites to be used as fixed annual monitoring sites in future.

(Table 1) Modal analyses of basalt from DSDP Hole 25-248

Geoffrey Thompson, Wilfred B Bryan, Frederick A Frey, John S Dickey & Hugh L Davies
For rocks in which the groundmass is aphanitic, only the total groundmass is given.

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