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(Table T1) Calcareous nannofossil datum stratigraphic positions and ages of IODP Site 303-U1308, supplement to: Sato, Tokiyuki; Chiyonobu, Shun; Hodell, David A (2009): Data report: Quaternary calcareous nannofossil datums and biochronology in the North Atlantic Ocean, IODP Site U1308. In Channell, JET; Kanamatsu, T; Sato, T; Stein, R; Alvarez Zarikian, CA; Malone, MJ; and the Expedition 303/306 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 303/306: College Station, TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.), 303

Tokiyuki Sato, Shun Chiyonobu & David A Hodell
We studied high-resolution Quaternary calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy to clarify the relationship between nannofossil events and oxygen isotope stratigraphy using the continuous sediment sequence from Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Site U1308 in the North Atlantic Ocean. Results indicate that some nannofossil events found in the section, such as the last occurrences of Reticulofenestra asanoi and Gephyrocapsa spp. (large), are located in a different stratigraphic position compared to previous studies. We also clarify the critical stratigraphic positions...

(Appendix A) Abundance of ostracode species from DSDP Hole 48-401, supplement to: Yamaguchi, Tatsuhiko; Norris, Richard D (2012): Deep-sea ostracode turnovers through the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in DSDP Site 401, Bay of Biscay, North Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology, 86-87, 32-44

Tatsuhiko Yamaguchi & Richard D Norris
Previous low resolution studies suggest that ostracodes, in contrast with deep sea foraminifera, largely survived the massive environmental changes of the Paleocene–Eocene thermal maximum (PETM). In a new high-resolution study from the continental slope (~1800 m paleodepth) NE Atlantic, we also find extensive survivorship of ostracode faunas, but this is accompanied by a temporary drop in species diversity and ecological diversity during the PETM. There are 12 common ostracode species before the PETM that are...

Late Cretaceous volcaniclastic rocks at DSDP Holes 74-525A and 74-528, supplement to: Simon, M; Schmincke, Hans-Ulrich (1984): Late Cretaceous volcaniclastic rocks from the Walvis Ridge, Southeast Atlantic, Leg 74. In: Moore, TC Jr; Rabinowitz, PD; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 74, 765-791

M Simon & Hans-Ulrich Schmincke
Volcaniclastic rocks of Late Cretaceous age occur in four out of five sites (525, 527, 528, 529) drilled on the crest and the northwest flank of the Walvis Ridge during Leg 74. They are mostly interlayered with and overlie basement in the lowermost 10-100 m of the sedimentary section. Rocks from Holes 525A and 528 were studied megascopically and microscopically, by XRD, and XRF chemical analyses of whole-rock major and trace elements were undertaken. The...

Physical oceanography at station M64/1-190-CTD (up cast)

Richard Seifert

Physical oceanography at station M64/1-191-CTD (up cast)

Richard Seifert

Physical oceanography at station M64/1-196-CTD (up cast)

Richard Seifert

Physical oceanography at station M64/1-154-CTD (up cast)

Richard Seifert

Physical oceanography at station M64/1-198-CTD (down cast)

Richard Seifert

Physical oceanographic profiles of CTD casts from METEOR cruise M78/2

Maren Walter
Depth calculated from pressure.

Methane concentration and delta 13C in water samples of M62/5b-1272-ROV, Mid Atlantik Ridge at 4-11°S, segment A2

Robin Keir

Epibenthic macrofauna abundance during RSS James Clark Ross cruise JR144, South Sandwich arc, supplement to: Kaiser, Stefanie; Barnes, David K A; Linse, Katrin; Brandt, Angelika (2008): Epibenthic macrofauna associated with the shelf and slope of a young and isolated Southern Ocean island. Antarctic Science, 20(03), 281-290

Stefanie Kaiser, David K A Barnes, Katrin Linse & Angelika Brandt
The remote South Sandwich arc is an archipelago of small volcanic islands and seamounts entirely surrounded by deep water and about 600 km away from the closest island, South Georgia. As some of the youngest islands (< 5 m.y.) in the Southern Ocean they are ideal for studying colonization processes of the seabed by benthic fauna, but are rarely investigated because of remoteness and extreme weather. The current study attempted to quantify the richness and...

Magnetic properties of two cores from the Iberian Margin, supplement to: Channell, James E T; Hodell, David A; Margari, Vasiliki; Skinner, Luke C; Tzedakis, Polychronis C; Kesler, M S (2013): Biogenic magnetite, detrital hematite, and relative paleointensity in Quaternary sediments from the Southwest Iberian Margin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 376, 99-109

James E T Channell, David A Hodell, Vasiliki Margari, Luke C Skinner, Polychronis C Tzedakis & M S Kesler
Magnetic properties of late Quaternary sediments on the SW Iberian Margin are dominated by bacterial magnetite, observed by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), with contributions from detrital titanomagnetite and hematite. Reactive hematite from eolian dust, together with low organic matter concentrations and the lack of sulfate reduction, lead to dissimilatory iron reduction and availability of Fe(II) for abundant magnetotactic bacteria. Magnetite grain-size proxies (kARM/k and ARM/IRM) and S-ratios (sensitive to hematite) vary on stadial/interstadial timescales, contain...

Trace element content and coordinates for factors at DSDP Hole 72-516F, supplement to: Renard, Maurice; Ambroise, Daniel (1983): Study of geochemical data (Eocene-Santonian Samples) from Hole 516F (Leg 72) by the method of correspondence analysis. In: Barker, PF; Carlson, RL; Johnson, DA; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 72, 829-832

Maurice Renard & Daniel Ambroise
This study involves samples of Santonian to Eocene age (Cores 516F-125 to 516F-38) taken from the Rio Grande Rise in the South Atlantic Ocean. These samples are from DSDP Site 516 occupied during Leg 72 of the Glomar Challenger (details given in site chapter, Site 516, this volume). Only Santonian to Paleocene cores have been well sampled, and analyses of the Eocene samples are preliminary results. Results of the trace element analyses (Mg, Sr, Mn,...

(Table 1) Description of East Pacific Ocean basalt samples

Anna V Simonyan, Stefan Dultz & Harald Behrens

(Table 5) Clay mineral assemblages of sediments of ODP Site 184-1144

Dengke Hu, Philipp Böning, Cornelia M Köhler, Stephen Hillier, Nicola Pressling, Shiming Wan, Hans-Jürgen Brumsack & Peter D Clift
Sediment depth is given in mcd.

Radiocarbon ages and average physical properties of sediment cores obtained during Icebreaker Oden cruise OSO0910, supplement to: Kirshner, Alexandra E; Anderson, John B; Jakobsson, Martin; O'Regan, Matthew; Majewski, Wojciech; Nitsche, Frank-Oliver (2012): Post-LGM deglaciation in Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews, 38, 11-26

Alexandra E Kirshner, John B Anderson, Martin Jakobsson, Matthew O'Regan, Wojciech Majewski & Frank-Oliver Nitsche
To date, understanding of ice sheet retreat within Pine Island Bay (PIB) following the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) was based on seven radiocarbon dates and only fragmentary seafloor geomorphic evidence. During the austral summer 2009-2010, restricted sea ice cover allowed for the collection of 27 sediment cores from the outer PIB trough region. Combining these cores with data from prior cruises, over 133 cores have been used to conduct a detailed sedimentological facies analysis. These...

Dive duration of southern elephant seal MAR2012_sel_a_f_02 from Marion Island

Marthán Nieuwoudt Bester, Cheryl Ann Tosh, P J Nico de Bruyn, Trevor McIntyre, Joachim Plötz & Horst Bornemann

Availability of photographs from the Vernagtferner Basin for the year 1980

Heidi Escher-Vetter

Availability of photographs from the Vernagtferner Basin for the year 1982

Heidi Escher-Vetter

Availability of photographs from the Vernagtferner Basin for the year 1993

Heidi Escher-Vetter

Availability of photographs from the Vernagtferner Basin for the year 1994

Heidi Escher-Vetter

Availability of photographs from the Vernagtferner Basin for the year 2000

Heidi Escher-Vetter

(Appendix 4) Nd and Mn concentration in mixed planktonic foraminifera of sediment cores BOFS10K and BOFS11K

Natalie L Roberts, Alexander M Piotrowski, Henry Elderfield, Timothy Ian Eglinton & Michael W Lomas
Planktonic foraminifera size fraction >250 µm.

(Table 1) Number of sightings and group sizes of baleen whales in West Greenland in 2005

Kristin L Laidre, Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, Patrick Heagerty, Anthony Cossio, Bo Bergström & M Simon

Barium in Costa Rica forearc sediments, supplement to: Solomon, Evan A; Kastner, Miriam (2012): Progressive barite dissolution in the Costa Rica forearc - Implications for global fluxes of Ba to the volcanic arc and mantle. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 83, 110-124

Evan A Solomon & Miriam Kastner
Barium concentrations were measured in pore fluids and sediments from the shallow forearc of the Costa Rica subduction zone to investigate the impact of progressive barite dissolution coupled to [SO4]2- depletion on the residual sediment Ba flux to the volcanic arc and mantle. At the Costa Rica subduction zone, the entire sediment section entering the trench is underthrust beneath the prism sediments of the overriding plate. Dissolved [SO4]2- concentrations measured in the reference sediment section...

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