Organic sea surface temperature proxies, UK'37 and TEX86, were used to reconstruct sea surface temperatures in the Japan Sea for the last 17 million years. Data was generated from IODP Expedition 346 (Site U1425) and Expedition 127/128 (Site 797).
Effects of elevated pCO2 and feeding on net calcification and energy budget of the Mediterranean cold-water coral Madrepora oculata, supplement to: Maier, Cornelia; Popp, Pauline; Sollfrank, Nicole; Weinbauer, Markus G; Wild, Christian; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre (2016): Effects of elevated pCO2 and feeding on net calcification and energy budget of the Mediterranean cold-water coral Madrepora oculata. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219(20), 3208-3217Cornelia Maier, Pauline Popp, Nicole Sollfrank, Markus G Weinbauer, Christian Wild & Jean-Pierre Gattuso
Ocean acidification is a major threat to calcifying marine organisms such as deep-sea cold-water corals (CWC), but related knowledge is scarce. The aragonite saturation threshold (Omega a) for calcification, respiration, and organic matter fluxes was investigated experimentally in the Mediterranean Madrepora oculata (Linnaeus 1758). Over 10 weeks, colonies were maintained under two feeding regimes (uptake of 36.75 and 7.46 µmol C/polyp/week) and exposed in 2 week intervals to a consecutively changing air-CO2 mix (pCO2) of...
Rapid transcriptional acclimation following transgenerational exposure of oysters to ocean acidification, supplement to: Goncalves, Priscila; Anderson, Kelli; Thompson, Emma L; Melwani, Aroon; Parker, Laura M; Ross, Pauline M; Raftos, David A (2016): Rapid transcriptional acclimation following transgenerational exposure of oysters to ocean acidification. Molecular Ecology, 25(19), 4836-4849Priscila Goncalves, Kelli Anderson, Emma L Thompson, Aroon Melwani, Laura M Parker & David A Raftos
Marine organisms need to adapt in order to cope with the adverse effects of ocean acidification and warming. Transgenerational exposure to CO2 stress has been shown to enhance resilience to ocean acidification in offspring from a number of species. However, the molecular basis underlying such adaptive responses is currently unknown. Here, we compared the transcriptional profiles of two genetically distinct oyster breeding lines following transgenerational exposure to elevated CO2 in order to explore the molecular...
Model data for simulation of secondary organic aerosol formation over the boreal forest, link to NetCDF files in zip archive, supplement to: Öström, Emilie; Roldin, Pontus; Schurgers, Guy; Mishurov, Mikhail; Putian, Zhou; Kivekäs, Niku; Lihavainen, Heikki; Ehn, Mikael; Rissanen, Matti P; Kurtén, Theo; Boy, Michael; Swietlicki, Erik (2016): The role of highly oxidized multifunctional organic molecules for the growth of new particles over the boreal forest region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 30 ppEmilie Öström, Pontus Roldin, Guy Schurgers, Mikhail Mishurov, Zhou Putian, Niku Kivekäs, Heikki Lihavainen, Mikael Ehn, Matti P Rissanen, Theo Kurtén, Michael Boy & Erik Swietlicki
Secondary organic aerosol particles (SOA) are important climate forcers, especially in otherwise clean environments such as the boreal forest. There are, however, major uncertainties in the mechanisms behind the formation of SOA, and in order to predict the growth and abundance of SOA at different conditions, process-based understanding is needed. In this study, the processes behind new particle formation (NPF) events and subsequent growth of these particles in the northern Europe sub-Arctic forest region are...
Ozone values are integrated from measured ozone profiles
IRM subsequently acquired in oppositely directed fields of 100 mT (IRM-100) and 300 mT (IRM-300) was measured in order to estimate the ratio of low- ([titano-]magnetite/maghemite) to high-coercive (hematite, goethite) magnetic minerals by calculation of S-100 = IRM-100/IRM700 and S-300 = IRM-300/IRM700 ratios (Liu et al., 2012)
Basic and other measurements, and meteorological synoptical observations from Neumayer Station, 1992-04 to 2016-01, reference list of 572 datasetsGert König-Langlo
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Ceilometer cloud base height from station Ny-Ålesund from August 1992 to July 2017, reference list of 290 datasets, supplement to: Maturilli, Marion; Ebell, Kerstin (2018): Twenty-five years of cloud base height measurements by ceilometer in Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. Earth System Science Data, 10(3), 1451-1456Marion Maturilli & Andreas Herber
Clouds are a key factor for the Arctic amplification of global warming, but their actual appearance and distribution are still afflicted by large uncertainty. On the Arctic-wide scale, large discrepancies are found between the various reanalyses and satellite products, respectively. Although ground-based observations by remote sensing are limited to point measurements, they have the advantage of obtaining extended time series of vertically resolved cloud properties. Here, we present a 25-year data record of cloud base...
Fortran subroutine for SIMBA (Sea Ice Model for Bottom Algae). Python scripts used for the analysis.