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Underway pCO2 measurements in the North Sea of Pelagia cruise 64PE20050817

Helmuth Thomas & Alberto Vieira Borges

Underway pCO2 measurements in the North Sea of Belgica cruise 11BE20030901

Alberto Vieira Borges & Michel Frankignoulle

Underway pCO2 measurements in the North Sea of Belgica cruise 11BE20031208

Alberto Vieira Borges & Michel Frankignoulle

High resolution density, conductivity, deuterium, tritium, and δ¹⁸O of ice core VF79_core1

Hans Oerter, Oskar Reinwarth, Werner Rauert & Willibald Stichler

Continuous thermosalinograph oceanography along POLARSTERN cruise track ARK-XXVI/2

Michael Klages & Gerd Rohardt
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(Table 3.1.10) Rates of biogeochemical processes in bottom sediments of the White Sea in August 2006

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov
0 = not found; <1 = traces.

(Table 3.1.11) Methane amount per 1 sq. m in 0-55 cm layer of bottom sediments from different parts of the White Sea

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

(Table 3.1.12) Daily production and consumption of methane in bottom sediments of the White Sea

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

(Table 1) Stratigraphic ranges of planktonic foraminifers in ODP Hole 144-871A

Paul N Pearson
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Species abundance: A = abundant, C = common, F = frequent, R = rare, - = absent.

(Table 4) Stratigraphic ranges of planktonic foraminifers in ODP Hole 144-872C

Paul N Pearson
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Species abundance: A = abundant, C = common, F = frequent, R = rare, - = absent.

(Table 3.2.7) Chemical composition of interstitial waters from Upper Holocene bottom sediments of the Barents Sea, data of 1997

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

Suspended matter in waters of the Kem' River estuary (white Sea) and its composition in July-August 2003 and 2002, supplement to: Dolotov, Yury S; Filatov, N N; Shevchenko, Vladimir P; Petrov, M P; Kutcheva, I P; Tolstikov, A V; Novigatsky, Alexander N; Politova, Nadezhda V; Platonov, A V; Filippov, Alexander S (2004): On character of natural processes in flood- and ebb- tides in estuaries of Karelian coast, White Sea. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2004, 44(5), 784-792, Oceanology, 44(5), 735-743

Yury S Dolotov, N N Filatov, Vladimir P Shevchenko, M P Petrov, I P Kutcheva, A V Tolstikov, Alexander N Novigatsky, Nadezhda V Politova, A V Platonov & Alexander S Filippov
On the base of detailed studies in the Keret' and Kem' estuaries (Karelian coast of the White Sea) in 2000-2003 a comparative analysis has been carried out. It includes: salinity and freshening of the water column, variations of suspended matter concentration and its chemical composition, current velocity and zooplankton species composition during flood- and ebb tides.

Table 2: Evaporation from individual shoots of antarctic mosses, supplement to: Noakes, T D; Longton, R E (1988): 2.4 Pathways of water movement in relation to structure and micromorphology in Antarctic Mosses. Polarforschung, 58(2/3), 125-138

T D Noakes & R E Longton
Experimental observations on pathways of water movement are discussed in relation to anatomical and micromorphological features of five moss species from Signy Island, South Orkney Islands. Significant internal uptake of water was recorded only in the mesic species Polytrichum alpinum (internal=>60% of total) and Bartramia patens (internal=c.30% of total), in experiments in which uptake by cut shoots was compared in individuals with the external pathway blocked, and others with both external and internal pathways open....

The stratigraphic depth in the Cismon APTICORE borehole and the age of the average age model sampled by the Monte Carlo tuning algorithm, supplement to: Malinverno, Alberto; Erba, Elisabetta; Herbert, Timothy D (2010): Orbital tuning as an inverse problem: Chronology of the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event 1a (Selli Level) in the Cismon APTICORE. Paleoceanography, 25(2), PA2203

Alberto Malinverno, Elisabetta Erba & Timothy D Herbert
Orbital tuning, the process of fitting sedimentary cycles to orbital periodicities, can estimate with high resolution the timing and duration of key events in the geological record. We formulate here orbital tuning as the inverse problem of finding the variation in sedimentation rate that matches sediment cycles with orbital periodicities. Instead of obtaining a single best estimate, we apply a Bayesian formulation and define a probability distribution of sedimentation rate variations that result in powerful...

Contribution of different algae groups to their total biomass and infusoria biomass in under ice water, supplement to: Ratkova, Tatyana N; Sazhin, Andrey F; Kosobokova, Ksenia N (2004): Unicellular inhabitants of the White Sea underice pelagic zone during the early spring period. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2004, 44(2), 259-266, Oceanology, 44(2), 240-246

Tatyana N Ratkova, Andrey F Sazhin & Ksenia N Kosobokova
Samples of under ice water were collected at 4 stations not far from the White Sea Biological Station of the Zoological Institute RAS (Chupa Inlet, Kandalaksha Bay) in April 2002. For the first time it was shown that in winter numerous phototrophic and heterotrophic flagellates together with diatoms inhabited water column under sea ice. Abundance and biomass of these small algae was comparable with similar summer data. Biomass of algae in 2-40 m layer in...

(Table 4) Composition of organic compounds in bottom sediments of the White Sea

Inna A Nemirovskaya

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Syowa (2010-09)

Motohisa Doi

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Syowa (2010-11)

Motohisa Doi

(Table 2) Mass percents of individual groups of feed organisms found in stomachs of beryx-alfonsino on the Plato Ridge and the Probatov Bank

V I Vinogradov, D A Kozlov & D I Kukuev

(Table 3) Relationship between mass percents of food composition and length of beryx-alfonsino in samples caught on the Plato Ridge and the Probatov Bank

V I Vinogradov, D A Kozlov & D I Kukuev

Hydrocarbons in water, suspended matter, and bottom sediments of the White Sea, supplement to: Nemirovskaya, Inna A (2005): Hydrocarbons in the ecosystem of the White Sea. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2005, 45(5), 678-688, Oceanology, 45(5), 639-646

Inna A Nemirovskaya
Data are presented on concentration and composition of aliphatic and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (HC) in water, suspended matter (collected with a Juday net and by a separator), and in bottom sediments of the White Sea. It was found that during the last years the level of aliphatic HC concentrations in waters of the White Sea (aver. 18 µg/l) practically did not change and was comparable with average concentrations in shelf areas of the World Ocean....

Morphological, biogeographical and plant systematic data of 103 Pinus species

Christopher Traiser, Anita Roth-Nebelsick & Michael Nobis
Colums 13-15 represent statistic dummy variables; (1) character present, (0) character absent

(Table 4) Structural specifications of ODP Hole 125-780C peridotite samples

Jacques Girardeau & Yves Lagabrielle

(Table 1b) Bottom deposits in the south part of the East Siberian Sea

Aleksander Yu Gukov, Oleg V Dudarev, Igor P Semiletov, Alexander N Charkin & Ya S Gorshkova

(Table 3) Chemical composition of sulfide deposits from the Moose hydrothermal edifice, Snake Pit hydrothermal field

Yury A Bogdanov, Alla Yu Lein, Anatoly M Sagalevich, N V Vasil'ev & Alexander A Ul'yanov

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