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(Table 2) Abundances of planktonic and benthic foraminifera in ODP Hole 130-807A

Johanna M Resig
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Chiloguembelina and Streptochüus from Samples 130-807A-73X-2 to -86X-CC.

Permeability, overburden stress and friction coefficients of ODP Hole 190-1173A and 190-1174B

Sylvain Bourlange, Laurence Jouniaux & Pierre Henry
Permeability measured on three samples in a triaxial cell under effective confining pressure from 0.2 to 2.5 MPa ranges from 10**-18 to 10**-19 m**2. Overall, results indicate that permeability decreases with effective confining pressure up to 1.5 MPa; however, measurements at low effective pressure are too dispersed to yield a precise general relationship between permeability and pressure. When the effective pressure is increased from 1.5 to 2.5 MPa, permeability is roughly constant (~1-4 x 10**-19...

Tab. 1: Radiocarbon ages for sediment core POS220_47-1

Wolfram W Brenner & Hans-Jörg Meemken
A study of organic-walled microfossils from sediment cores of the Central Baltic Sea (North Central Basin, Gotland Basin, Bornholm Basin) and the Kiel Bight was carried out to increase our knowledge of the environmental changes in the Baltic Sea. For this purpose, the absolute abundance of these microfossils were recorded. Quantitative measurements of morphological change of the dinoflagellate Operculodinium centrocarpum, which indicate salinity changes, were performed. The cores from the Central Baltic Sea are correlated...

(Table T3) Granulometry of sediments from ODP Leg 190 sites

Joan Steurer & Michael B Underwood
We present the results of grain-size analysis performed on hemipelagic sediment from Sites 1173, 1174, 1175, and 1177 at the Nankai Trough. Analyses of the <63-µm fraction were performed with a laser particle counter, and results were converted to equivalent settling diameters by means of an empirical regression with data from pipette analysis. The relations among grain size, porosity, bulk density, void ratio, and moisture content are influenced by the increasing compaction of sediment with...

ROV track data from BELGICA cruise BG08/13a with links to NAV files

Lies De Mol, David Van Rooij, Hans Pirlet, Jens Greinert, Norbert Frank, Frédéric Quemmerais & Jean-Pierre Henriet

(Appendix A1) Calcareous nannofossil counts of ODP Site 207-1258

Petros Hardas & Jörg Mutterlose
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Counts of 300 specimens on each slide, magnification of x1250. Two additional traverses, beyond the 300 count, were scanned for rare species. <1 refers to species identified in the additionally scanned random traverses. OAE2 between 425.94 and 422.09 mcd.

(Table 1) Mean, median, minimum and maximum diameter of Discoaster multiradiatus obtained in ODP Hole 113-690B

Fabrizio Tremolada, Bianca de Bernardi & Elisabetta Erba
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Measurements were performed on at least 50 specimens in each smear slide, then, statistical mean and median were calculated. CIE between 170.64 and 170.11 mbsf, initial recovery phase between 169.92 and 169.51 mbsf.

(Table 2) Mean, median, minimum and maximum diameter of Discoaster multiradiatus obtained in ODP Hole 198-1209B

Fabrizio Tremolada, Bianca de Bernardi & Elisabetta Erba
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Measurements were performed on at least 50 specimens in each smear slide, then, statistical mean and median were calculated. CIE between 218.49 and 218.41 rmcd, initial recovery phase between 218.40 and 218.24 rmcd.

Dissolved inorganic carbon analysis of sediment cores at site GeoB12802

Yu-Shih Lin, Verena B Heuer, Tobias Goldhammer, Matthias Y Kellermann, Matthias Zabel & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

Sulphate analysis of sediment cores at site GeoB12808

Yu-Shih Lin, Verena B Heuer, Tobias Goldhammer, Matthias Y Kellermann, Matthias Zabel & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

Methane analysis of sediment core GeoB12815-1

Yu-Shih Lin, Verena B Heuer, Tobias Goldhammer, Matthias Y Kellermann, Matthias Zabel & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

Dissolved hydrogen extraction method analysis of sediment cores at site GeoB12811

Yu-Shih Lin, Verena B Heuer, Tobias Goldhammer, Matthias Y Kellermann, Matthias Zabel & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

Stratigraphy and components of annually laminated (varved) sediments

Dirk Enters & Bernd Zolitschka
Annually laminated (varved) sediment sequences are regarded as one of the most important paleoenvironmental archives because they offer:- accurate „internal" age information in calendar years combined with- exceptional high temporal resolution down to a subannual timescale.This online varve image library shows different varve types, their seasonal sublaminae and successions as well as their components. This site is intended to summarize and distribute existing image information about varves, allow a better start of students and scientists...

Components: floral foam and abrasive

Dirk Enters
Floral foam visible here was used to stabilize a loose, sandy slump slayer which otherwise would have disintegrate during the drying process. Thus, the image has been taken next to the impregnated sediment. Floral foam is also commonly used to fix the sediment-water interface in surface cores. The dark grains distributed all over the image is the residue of the abrasive powder used for grinding and polishing the thin section.left: normal light, 200x magnification; right:...

Physical oceanography during BELGICA cruise BG08/13a, raw data

David Van Rooij, Lies De Mol, E Le Guilloux, Max Wisshak, Veerle A I Huvenne, R Moeremans & Jean-Pierre Henriet

(Table 26) Cleaned VGP latitude, MS and GRA from Site 1218 on corrected rmcd

Thomas Westerhold, Roy H Wilkens, Heiko Pälike, Mitchell W Lyle, Tom Dunkley Jones, Paul R Bown, Ted Moore & Shin-Ichi Kamikuri
(MS) magnetic susceptibility(GRA) gamma ray attenuation bulk density(VGP) virtual geomagnetic pole

(Table 28) Cleaned VGP latitude, MS and GRA from Site 1220 on rmcd

Thomas Westerhold, Roy H Wilkens, Heiko Pälike, Mitchell W Lyle, Tom Dunkley Jones, Paul R Bown, Ted Moore & Shin-Ichi Kamikuri
(MS) magnetic susceptibility(GRA) gamma ray attenuation bulk density(VGP) virtual geomagnetic pole

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6736B/03A, Netherlands, Zutphen

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 97; first year: 1400; tree-death year: 1497; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 13; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6675B/03A, Germany, Varel

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 101; first year: 1483; tree-death year: 1584; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 17; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6675B/06A, Germany, Varel

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 85; first year: 1729; tree-death year: 1814; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 1; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6675B/08A, Germany, Varel

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 74; first year: 1737; tree-death year: 1811; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: absent; Sapwood: absent; Number of sapwood rings: 0; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6676B/01A, Germany, Varel

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 178; first year: 1436; tree-death year: 1614; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 7; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6677B/09M, Germany, Rosengarten-Langenrehm

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 65; first year: 1773; tree-death year: 1838; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: absent; Sapwood: absent; Number of sapwood rings: 0; Last ring under bark: absent

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample 6681B/01A, Germany, Verden

Erhard Preßler
Species: Quercus species; No of rings: 37; first year: 1317; tree-death year: 1354; Pith: not applicable; Heartwood: complete; Sapwood: incomplete; Number of sapwood rings: 7; Last ring under bark: absent

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