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(Table 3b) Relative contents of principal diatom groups in samples of surface layer bottom sediments from the Indian Ocean

Valentina V Mukhina

Tab 6.3 Compilation of 14C ages from Greenland

Published by various authors, compiled by Bernd Wagner.

Relative contents of principal diatom groups in suspended matter and surface layer bottom sediments from the Indian Ocean, supplement to: Mukhina, Valentina V (1966): Siliceous organisms in suspension and in the surface layer of Indian Ocean bottom sediments (from data obtained on the 36th cruise of the research vessel Vityaz. Oceanology, 6, 660-667

Valentina V Mukhina
Data on relative contents of principal diatom groups in suspended matter collected by a separator on the way of the ship and in bottom sediments from different areas of the Indian Ocean are presented in the paper.

Vertical distribution of mesoplankton at the northern margin of the North Atlantic gyre in June-August 2001, supplement to: Vinogradov, Georgy M; Vinogradov, Mikhail E; Musaeva, Eteri I (2002): Features of the vertical distribution of net mesoplankton at the northern margin of the North Atlantic gyre (June-August 2001). Translated from Okeanologiya, 2002, 42(4), 518-526, Oceanology, 42(4), 494-501

Georgy M Vinogradov, Mikhail E Vinogradov & Eteri I Musaeva
Vertical distribution of mesoplankton was studied over a single season in 2001 at two sites in the western and eastern parts of the northern margin of the North Atlantic gyre. Plankton was sampled both with use of BR 113/140 net and observed from the Mir deep-sea manned submersible. In near-slope waters southeast of Newfoundland (Titanic Polygon) there occurred intensive interaction between subtropical and sub-polar waters and plankton communities. The subtropical gyre community being more mature...

(Table 1) Results of geothermal measurements in the Black Sea 2000 and 2001 expeditions, supplement to: Verzhbitsky, Evgeny V; Lobkovsky, Leopold I; Pokryshkin, Alexander A; Soltanovsky, Igor I (2005): Anomalous geothermal regime, seismic, and gravitational landslide activity in the northeastern part of the Black Sea continental slope. Translated from Oceanology, 2005, 45(4), 614-621, Oceanology, 45(4), 580-587

Evgeny V Verzhbitsky, Leopold I Lobkovsky, Alexander A Pokryshkin & Igor I Soltanovsky
According to the World Ocean Program in the northeastern part of the continental slope of the Black Sea geothermal, seismologic and seismic studies were carried out. An analysis of heat flow distribution allowed to distinguish a negative geothermal anomaly near the Dzhubga area, where the Russia-Turkey pipeline was being constructed. During seismological observations (August-September 1999, September 2001) more than 1200 seismic events were recorded. They proved high tectonic activity of the region under study, which...

Investigation of pingos in Kuganguaq delta on Disko Island, supplement to: Yoshikawa, Kenji; Nakamura, Toshio; Igarashi, Yaeko (1996): Growth and collapse history of Pingos, Kuganguaq, Disko Island, Greenland. Polarforschung, 64(3), 109-113

Kenji Yoshikawa, Toshio Nakamura & Yaeko Igarashi
The growth and collapse history of two pingos located approximately 18 m a.s.l, and 35 m a.s.l. in Kuganguag, Disko lsland, west-central Greenland were examined. The pingos of this area were formed on Tertiary basalt rocks. One of the pingos is located in the middle of an alluvial fan, the other is on a river bed. Both have already collapsed. The pingo on the river bed had already collapsed at least 3545±60 year BP (14C...

Hafnium isotope composition of zircons in ODP Hole 188-1166A lower level sample

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Oxide concentrations of zircons in ODP Hole 188-1166A upper level sample

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Rare earth element concentrations of zircons in ODP Hole 188-1167A sample 1167 A-37

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Rare earth element concentrations of zircons in ODP Hole 188-1167A sample 1167 A-39

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Rare earth element concentrations of zircons in sediment core AM04 sample AMQ4

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Oxide concentrations of zircons in ODP Hole 119-741A sample JJV741A

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

Oxide concentrations of zircons in sediment core AM04 sample AMQ4

John J Veevers, Ayesha Saeed & Philip E O'Brien

(Table 1) Contents of tephra, tuffs, and Ethmodiscus ooze in sediment cores from the East Indian Ocean

Vyacheslav N Sval'nov

(Table 2) Distribution of iron-manganese nodules and buried interlayers of oxidized sediments in cores from the East Indian Ocean

Vyacheslav N Sval'nov

Swath sonar bathymetry during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-IX/2 (PS18) with links to multibeam raw data files

Jürgen Monk, Ulrich Goldkamp, Sonja Vucelic & Hans Werner Schenke
Multibeam data were collected during R/V Polarstern cruise ANT-IX/2. Data recording was executed on transit from Punta Arenas to Austaasen Bank, Neumeyer Station and to Cape Town and was supervised by three hydrographers. Data are unprocessed and may contain outliers and blunders. Therefore the data should not directly be used for grid calculations and charting projects but need to be edited furthermore. The dataset consists of 13 files in ATLAS ascii multibeam format including 'record...

(Table 2) Contents of acid-soluble sulfides in upper layer bottom sediments from the Tsemess and Gelendzhik bays (Black Sea) subjected to organic pollution

Yury I Sorokin & O Yu Zakuskina

Swath sonar bathymetry during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-X/5 (PS22) with links to multibeam raw data files

Jürgen Monk, Sonja Luepke, Tronje Trulsen & Hans Werner Schenke
Multibeam data were collected during R/V Polarstern cruise ANT-X/5. Data recording was executed in Scotia Sea and South Atlantic supervised by three hydrographers. Data are unprocessed and may contain outliers and blunders. Therefore the data should not directly be used for grid calculations and charting projects but need to be edited furthermore. The dataset consists of 10 files in ATLAS ascii multibeam format including 'record control words' (*.dux) which are compressed with GZIP to size...

Occurrence of interlayers in sediment cores collected in the East Indian Ocean, supplement to: Sval'nov, Vyacheslav N (1981): The effect of island volcanism on sedimentation in the Indian Ocean. Translated from Okeanologiya, 1981, 21(5), 855-864, Oceanology, 21(5), 606-615

Vyacheslav N Sval'nov
In the East Indian Ocean direct contribution of land volcanism to sedimentation appears as interlayers of tephra and tuffaceous sediments, pumice fragments, and dispersed volcanoclastic materials of silty grain size. Similarity of distribution of tephra, tuffaceous sediments, Ethmodiscus ooze, and turbidites in the Pleistocene section results from deposition of all these materials under controll of a single factor, namely synchronous redistribution owing to seismic activity on the ocean floor and on the Sunda Islands. Burial...

Acid-soluble sulfides in upper layer bottom sediments from the Tsemess and Gelendzhik bays and adjacent shelf area of the Black Sea, supplement to: Sorokin, Yury I; Zakuskina, O Yu (2008): Acid-soluble sulfides in the upper layer of the bottom sediments on the northeastern shelf of the Black Sea: Relation to the pollution and environmental aftereffects. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2008, 48(2), 224-231, Oceanology, 48(2), 204-211

Yury I Sorokin & O Yu Zakuskina
Contents of labile (acid-soluble) sulfides were determined in the upper layer of bottom sediments at 80 stations on the Caucasian shelf of the Black Sea. Maximum values of this parameter occurred in black mud accumulated in zones of intense pollution in the Gelendzhik and Tsemess bays and in shelf areas adjacent to large health resort objects and to seaports. Contents of acid-soluble sulfides in sediments varied from 400 to 900 mg S/dm**3 of wet mud....

Makrozooplankton at ALOHA Station during cruise HOT-116

Roger Lukas & David Michael Karl
Nets are towed obliquely at approx. 1 knot, from the surface to approx. 175 m. Towing time is approx. 20 minutes. Zooplankton (weak swimmers >200µm) are collected using oblique tows of a 1 m**2 net (3m length) with 202µm mesh Nitex netting.

Makrozooplankton at ALOHA Station during cruise HOT-120

Roger Lukas & David Michael Karl
Nets are towed obliquely at approx. 1 knot, from the surface to approx. 175 m. Towing time is approx. 20 minutes. Zooplankton (weak swimmers >200µm) are collected using oblique tows of a 1 m**2 net (3m length) with 202µm mesh Nitex netting.

Makrozooplankton at ALOHA Station during cruise HOT-129

Roger Lukas & David Michael Karl
Nets are towed obliquely at approx. 1 knot, from the surface to approx. 175 m. Towing time is approx. 20 minutes. Zooplankton (weak swimmers >200µm) are collected using oblique tows of a 1 m**2 net (3m length) with 202µm mesh Nitex netting.

Makrozooplankton at ALOHA Station during cruise HOT-130

Roger Lukas & David Michael Karl
Nets are towed obliquely at approx. 1 knot, from the surface to approx. 175 m. Towing time is approx. 20 minutes. Zooplankton (weak swimmers >200µm) are collected using oblique tows of a 1 m**2 net (3m length) with 202µm mesh Nitex netting.

Makrozooplankton at ALOHA Station during cruise HOT-135

Roger Lukas & David Michael Karl
Nets are towed obliquely at approx. 1 knot, from the surface to approx. 175 m. Towing time is approx. 20 minutes. Zooplankton (weak swimmers >200µm) are collected using oblique tows of a 1 m**2 net (3m length) with 202µm mesh Nitex netting.

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