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Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Inhambane, 1908-10-28 to 1908-10-30, ERA-CLIM ID 4813

A Berson
Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Mombasa, 1908-09-27 to 1908-10-04, ERA-CLIM ID 4814

A Berson
Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Shirati Coast/Husseini, 1908-07-26 to 1908-07-27, ERA-CLIM ID 4819

A Berson
Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Helwan, 1920-01-01 to 1956-10-29, ERA-CLIM ID 4935

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Aswan, 1936-01-01 to 1956-10-31, ERA-CLIM ID 4954

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Asyut, 1935-12-18 to 1956-10-31, ERA-CLIM ID 4956

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Bur Sudan, 1936-01-31 to 1955-04-01, ERA-CLIM ID 4959

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Fouad Airport, 1948-06-10 to 1951-12-31, ERA-CLIM ID 4964

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Hurghada, 1947-01-05 to 1956-10-31, ERA-CLIM ID 4965

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Meteorological measurements in the upper air at station Kurima/Karima/Kareima, 1936-07-16 to 1955-04-01, ERA-CLIM ID 4969

Altitude = Height above sea-level

Bulk sedimentology on core GIK17674-2

Kyaw Winn

Bulk sedimentology on core GIK17675-1 (subcore 2)

Kyaw Winn

Bulk sedimentology on core GIK17675-2

Kyaw Winn

(Table S1) Bedrock sample locations and rock magnetic parameters

Stefanie A Brachfeld, Juliana Pinzon, Jason Darley, Leonardo Sagnotti, Gerhard Kuhn, Fabio Florindo, Gary S Wilson, Christian Ohneiser, Donata Monien & Leah H Joseph

(Table S3) Fe-oxide compositions from energy dispersive x-ray analysis of the ANDRILL AND1-1B drill core

Stefanie A Brachfeld, Juliana Pinzon, Jason Darley, Leonardo Sagnotti, Gerhard Kuhn, Fabio Florindo, Gary S Wilson, Christian Ohneiser, Donata Monien & Leah H Joseph

(Table S4) Rock magnetic parameters measured on the ANDRILL AND1-1B drill core

Stefanie A Brachfeld, Juliana Pinzon, Jason Darley, Leonardo Sagnotti, Gerhard Kuhn, Fabio Florindo, Gary S Wilson, Christian Ohneiser, Donata Monien & Leah H Joseph
Empty cells denotes an indeterminate analysis

Continuous liquid water path (LWP) and integrated water vapour (IWV) measurements during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXVI/4 on 2010-04-16

Andreas Macke, Yann Zoll & Bernhard Pospichal
Our microwave radiometer HATPRO (Humidity and Temperature PROfiler) was measuring during the cruise. The instrument measures emitted microwave radiation at 14 wavelenghts in two spectral bands. An algorithm provides liquid water path and integrated water vapour.

Continuous liquid water path (LWP) and integrated water vapour (IWV) measurements during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXVI/4 on 2010-04-20

Andreas Macke, Yann Zoll & Bernhard Pospichal
Our microwave radiometer HATPRO (Humidity and Temperature PROfiler) was measuring during the cruise. The instrument measures emitted microwave radiation at 14 wavelenghts in two spectral bands. An algorithm provides liquid water path and integrated water vapour.

Data collection of depth and time averaged temperatures in the North Atlantic Ocean

Webjørn Melle, Jeffrey A Runge, Erica J H Head, Stéphane Plourde, Claudia Castellani, Priscilla Licandro, Sigrún Huld Jónasdóttir, Catherine Johnson, Guillem Chust, Cecilie Broms, Høgni Debes, Tone Falkenhaug, Eilif Gaard, Astthor Gislason, Michael R Heath, Barbara Niehoff, Torkel Gissel Nielsen, Pierre Pepin & Erling Kaare Stenevik

Seawater carbonate chemistry and buffer capacity of the coelomic fluid in echinoderms in a laboratory experiment, supplement to: Collard, Marie; Laitat, Kim; Moulin, Laure; Catarino, Ana Isabel; Grosjean, Philippe; Dubois, Philippe (2013): Buffer capacity of the coelomic fluid in echinoderms. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 166(1), 199-206

Marie Collard, Kim Laitat, Laure Moulin, Ana Isabel Catarino, Philippe Grosjean & Philippe Dubois
The increase in atmospheric CO2 due to anthropogenic activity results in an acidification of the surface waters of the oceans. The impact of these chemical changes depends on the considered organisms. In particular, it depends on the ability of the organism to control the pH of its inner fluids. Among echinoderms, this ability seems to differ significantly according to species or taxa. In the present paper, we investigated the buffer capacity of the coelomic fluid...

Data compilation of dinoflagellates growth rate, grazing rate and gross gowth efficiency from field and labratory experiments

Sevrine Sailley & Christine Klaas
The present data compilation includes dinoflagellates growth rate, grazing rate and gross growth efficiency determined either in the field or in laboratory experiments. From the existing literature, we synthesized all data that we could find on dinoflagellates. Some sources might be missing but none were purposefully ignored. We did not include autotrophic dinoflagellates in the database, but mixotrophic organisms may have been included. This is due to the large uncertainty about which taxa are mixotrophic,...

Seawater carbonate chemistry and structural integrity of the coralline algae Lithothamnion glaciale in a laboratory experiment, supplement to: Ragazzola, Federica; Foster, Laura C; Form, Armin; Anderson, Phillip S L; Hansteen, Thor H; Fietzke, Jan (2012): Ocean acidification weakens the structural integrity of coralline algae. Global Change Biology, 18(9), 2804-2812

Federica Ragazzola, Laura C Foster, Armin Form, Phillip S L Anderson, Thor H Hansteen & Jan Fietzke
The uptake of anthropogenic emission of carbon dioxide is resulting in a lowering of the carbonate saturation state and a drop in ocean pH. Understanding how marine calcifying organisms such as coralline algae may acclimatize to ocean acidification is important to understand their survival over the coming century. We present the first long-term perturbation experiment on the cold-water coralline algae, which are important marine calcifiers in the benthic ecosystems particularly at the higher latitudes. Lithothamnion...

Survival log of pacific oysters experiment

Carolin Charlotte Wendling

Experiment: summer mortality phenomena in pacific oysters, supplement to: Wendling, Carolin Charlotte; Wegner, K Mathias (2013): Relative contribution of reproductive investment, thermal stress and Vibrio infection to summer mortality phenomena in Pacific oysters. Aquaculture, 412-413, 88-96

Carolin Charlotte Wendling & K Mathias Wegner
Mass mortalities of Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas occur regularly when temperatures are high. Elevated temperatures facilitate the proliferation and spread of pathogens and simultaneously impose physiological stress on the host. Additionally, periods of high temperatures coincide with the oyster spawning season. Spawning is energetically costly and can further compromise oyster immunity. Most studies monitoring the underlying factors of oyster summer mortality in the field, point to the involvement of abiotic and biotic factors including low...

Age determination results from site Amersfoort

Pieter Meiert Grootes

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