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(Table S3) Bioclimatic analysis for IODP Hole 318-U1356A based on Mosbrugger and Utescher, 1997

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
Ts not available for some taxa. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

Mineral composition of mid-ocean-ridge basalts from ODP Leg 187 sites, supplement to: Sato, Hiroshi (2004): Mineral compositions of MORB from the Australian Antarctic Discordance (AAD): implications for mantle source characteristics. In: Pedersen, RB; Christie, DM; Miller, DJ (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 187, 1-26

Hiroshi Sato
The chemical compositions of olivine, plagioclase, pyroxene, and spinel in lavas collected during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 187 in the Australian Antarctic Discordance, Southeast Indian Ridge (41°-46°S, 126°-135°E) were analyzed, and modeling of the theoretical equilibrium petrogenetic conditions between olivine and melt was conducted. The cores of larger olivine phenocrysts, particularly in the isotopic Indian-type mid-ocean-ridge basalt (MORB), are not equilibrated with melt compositions and are considered to be xenocrystic. Larger plagioclase phenocrysts with compositionally...

(Table S5) Taxa defining the upper and lower limits in the application of the coexistence approach for temperate rainforest biome

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
Temperate rainforest biome, samples with counts >= 90, nearest living relatives (NLR) >= 5. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Table S2) Bioclimatic analysis for IODP Hole 318-U1356A based on Greenwood et al., 2005

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
T sum not available for some taxa. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Table S6) Calculated annual mean air temperature of IODP Hole 318-U1356A

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. All samples are from the work half of the sediment core.

(Table S4) Taxa defining the upper and lower limits in the application of the coexistence approach for paratropical rainforest biome

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
Paratropical rainforest biome, samples with counts >= 90, nearest living relatives (NLR) >= 5. Sediment depth is given in mbsf.

Pollen and spores, calculated temperature and precipitation of IODP Hole 318-U1356A, supplement to: Pross, Jörg; Contreras, Lineth; Bijl, Peter K; Greenwood, David R; Bohaty, Steven M; Schouten, Stefan; Bendle, James A; Röhl, Ursula; Tauxe, Lisa; Raine, J Ian; Huck, Claire E; van de Flierdt, Tina; Jamieson, Stewart S R; Stickley, Catherine E; van de Schootbrugge, Bas; Escutia Dotti, Carlota; Brinkhuis, Henk; IODP Expedition 318 Scientists (2012): Persistent near-tropical warmth on the Antarctic continent during the early Eocene epoch. Nature, 488(7409), 73-77

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
The warmest global climates of the past 65 million years occurred during the early Eocene epoch (about 55 to 48 million years ago), when the Equator-to-pole temperature gradients were much smaller than today (doi:10.1130/0091-7613(1995)023<1044:ECCALT>2.3.CO;2, doi:10.1038/nature08399) and atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were in excess of one thousand parts per million by volume (doi:10.1016/j.gca.2003.09.002, doi:10.1038/ngeo1186). Recently the early Eocene has received considerable interest because it may provide insight into the response of Earth's climate and biosphere to...

Seawater carbonate chemistry, nutrients and calcification during experiments with cold-water scleractinian corals (Lophelia pertusa, Madrepora oculata and Desmophyllum dianthus), 2011, supplement to: Maier, Cornelia; Watremez, P; Taviani, Marco; Weinbauer, Markus G; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre (2012): Calcification rates and the effect of ocean acidification on Mediterranean cold-water corals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 279(1734), 1716-1723

Cornelia Maier, P Watremez, Marco Taviani, Markus G Weinbauer & Jean-Pierre Gattuso
Global environmental changes, including ocean acidification, have been identified as a major threat to scleractinian corals. General predictions are that ocean acidification will be detrimental to reef growth and that 40 to more than 80 per cent of present-day reefs will decline during the next 50 years. Cold-water corals (CWCs) are thought to be strongly affected by changes in ocean acidification owing to their distribution in deep and/or cold waters, which naturally exhibit a CaCO3...

(Supplement Table 3) Chemical compositions of spinal grains in lavas collected from ODP Leg 187 sites

Hiroshi Sato
Standard deviation always 1 sigma. Atomic formulas calculated on the basis of 32 oxygens.

(Table S1) Pollen and spores of IODP Hole 318-U1356A

Jörg Pross, Lineth Contreras, Peter K Bijl, David R Greenwood, Steven M Bohaty, Stefan Schouten, James A Bendle, Ursula Röhl, Lisa Tauxe, J Ian Raine, Claire E Huck, Tina van de Flierdt, Stewart S R Jamieson, Catherine E Stickley, Bas van de Schootbrugge, Carlota Escutia Dotti, Henk Brinkhuis & IODP Expedition 318 Scientists
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. All samples are from the work half of the sediment core.

Radiosonde PS78/32605 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-05 10:44h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9293 m, precipitable water content 0.9610 cm

Hydrochemistry measured on water bottle samples during cruise Okeanolog1972

Anonymous
No original source is given by the authors of the atlas.

(Table 3) Chemical composition of minerals from amphibole blueschists

A B Kuzmichev, E V Sklyarov & I G Barash

Section images from ODP Hole 145-883B

David K Rea, Ivan A Basov & Shipboard Scientific Party

(Table T3) S-ratio of ODP Site 201-1225

Kathryn Ford, John W King & Sachiko Niitsuma

Rock magnetic properties of sediment core GeoB13601-4

Janna Just, Mark J Dekkers, Tilo von Dobeneck, Annelies van Hoesel & Torsten Bickert

Rock magnetic properties of sediment core GeoB13602-1

Janna Just, Mark J Dekkers, Tilo von Dobeneck, Annelies van Hoesel & Torsten Bickert

(Table 1) Magnetic properties of sediments from ODP Hole 166-1007B, supplement to: Arai, Kohsaku; Sato, Tokiyuki (2000): Magnetic properties and their implications at Site 1007. In: Swart, PK; Eberli, GP; Malone, MJ; Sarg, JF (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 166, 1-9

Kohsaku Arai & Tokiyuki Sato
A detailed rock magnetic study was conducted on the top six cores (above 57.5 meters below seafloor) at Site 1007. The calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy assigns the studied intervals to an age ranging from early Pleistocene to Holocene. We found two significant conversion points in the Pleistocene based on isothermal remanent magnetization (IRM) acquisition and on alternating field demagnetization of anhysteretic remanent magnetization and IRM. These conversion points correlate strongly with changes in sedimentation rate and...

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