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Age determination of sediment core UMA, Ümarjärv, Estonia

Anna-Kari Trondman & Tiiu Koff
This dataset was archived on 2018-09-10 from the EPD database. (http://www.europeanpollendatabase.net).

Pollen profile of sediment core AUSTERNG, Austerngrund, North Sea

Karl-Ernst Behre
This dataset was archived on 2018-09-10 from the EPD database. (http://www.europeanpollendatabase.net).

Mapped disturbances of Low Arctic Watersheds on Herschel Island, links to data files in zip-archives

Caroline Coch, Justine L Ramage, Scott F Lamoureux, Hanno Meyer, Christian Knoblauch & Hugues Lantuit

Hydrochemistry, runoff and mapped disturbances of Low Arctic Watersheds on Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, Canada, in year 2016, supplement to: Coch, Caroline; Ramage, Justine L; Lamoureux, Scott F; Meyer, Hanno; Knoblauch, Christian; Lantuit, Hugues (2020): Spatial variability of dissolved organic carbon, solutes, and suspended sediment in disturbed low Arctic coastal watersheds. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 125(2)

Caroline Coch, Justine L Ramage, Scott F Lamoureux, Hanno Meyer, Christian Knoblauch & Hugues Lantuit
Geospatial Data:- Watershed delineation based on hydrology toolbox in ArcGIS (ESRI, version 10.3)- Mapped disturbances based on aerial photographs from 1952 and 1970 (for Ice Creek East, Ice Creek West and Eastern Gully only) and satellite imagery from 2011 (GeoEye-1) and 2015 (WorldView2). Note that no disturbances were found in Slump D creek.Hydrology Data:- Manual flow measurements with the Flo-Mate 2000 Flow Meter different streams on Herschel Island- Runoff data in Ice Creek East -...

New and regenerated sources of nitrogen: from the ice edge to the equator in the South Pacific Ocean

Eric J Raes, Jodie Van De Kamp, Levente Bodrossy, Allison A Fong, Jessica Riekenberg, Bradley D Eyre & Anya M Waite
The distribution of diazotrophs and the magnitude of N2 fixation along with the input of new N through this process remains poorly constrained globally, but particularly in the Southern Pacific Ocean. Here we present a high-resolution dataset (every 0.5° latitude) describing the different N-cycling pathways which control the fixation and sequestration of carbon in the surface waters along a 7000 km transect in the South Pacific Ocean. Key oceanographic features along the P15S GO-SHIP transect...

Supplementary Table 3 - Tie points from IODP Site 321-U1337 to 321-U1338

Anna Joy Drury, Geoffrey P Lee, William R Gray, Mitchell W Lyle, Thomas Westerhold, Amelia E Shevenell & Cédric M John

(Table S2) Nitrogen fixation rates in triplicate incubation bottles with samples from the South Indian Ocean and the French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Marion Dufresne cruise MD206

Cora Hörstmann, Eric J Raes & Anya M Waite
Incubations were done in two different incubation bins (bin1, bin2) with sometimes varying temperature between the two bins.

DBL thickness in mm in fast and slow flow conditions, in pH 8.1 and pH 7.7, in the absence or presence of bryozoans

Fanny Noisette & Catriona L Hurd
In order to allow full comparability with other ocean acidification data sets, the R package seacarb (Gattuso et al, 2016) was used to compute a complete and consistent set of carbonate system variables, as described by Nisumaa et al. (2010). In this dataset the original values were archived in addition with the recalculated parameters (see related PI). The date of carbonate chemistry calculation by seacarb is 2018-02-02.

Photographs of tiles at time series station Liliguapi, Paso Comau, Patagonia, Chile, at 2013-01-10

Jürgen Laudien, Günter Försterra & Verena Häussermann
This dataset was generated in the frame of the co-operation between the Huinay Scientific Field Station (http://www.huinay.cl) and the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (http://www.awi.de). If you intend to work with this data set please do not hesitate to contact the authors to discuss cooperation possibilities.The backside of common tiles was selected as substrate. Tiles have the following dimensions, length:height = 15:15 cm (225 cm2) and are fixed with two...

Photographs of cold-water scleractinian corals recruited in the AWI experimental aquarium system (2018-01-19 to 2018-01-24)

Jürgen Laudien, Anita Hartig, Verena Häussermann & Günter Försterra
Method: binocular microscope: Leica MZ 12_5, camera ColorView soft imaging system, Image Analysis Software for Industrial Microscopes "cell^B". This dataset was generated in the frame of the co-operation between the Reserva Anihue (http://www.anihuereserve.cl), the Huinay Scientific Field Station (http://www.huinay.cl) and the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (http://www.awi.de).

Supplementary Table 4 - Astrochronology of IODP Site U1338

Anna Joy Drury, Geoffrey P Lee, William R Gray, Mitchell W Lyle, Thomas Westerhold, Amelia E Shevenell & Cédric M John

(Table S2) SST estimates as a function of age, DSDP Site 90-594

Timothy D Herbert, Kira T Lawrence, Alexandrina Tzanova, Laura C Peterson, Rocio P Caballero-Gill & Christopher S Kelly

Near-future carbon dioxide levels impair the olfactory system of a marine fish, supplement to: Porteus, Cosima S; Hubbard, Peter C; Uren Webster, Tamsyn M; van Aerle, Ronny; Canário, Adelino V M; Santos, Eduarda; Wilson, Rod W (2018): Near-future CO2 levels impair the olfactory system of a marine fish. Nature Climate Change, 8(8), 737-743

Cosima S Porteus, Peter C Hubbard, Tamsyn M Uren Webster, Ronny van Aerle, Adelino V M Canário, Eduarda Santos & R W Wilson
Survival of marine fishes exposed to elevated near-future CO2 levels is threatened by their altered responses to sensory cues. Here we demonstrate a novel physiological and molecular mechanism based in the olfactory system which helps explain altered behavior under elevated CO2. We combine electrophysiology and high throughput sequencing with behavioral experiments to investigate how elevated CO2 affects the olfactory system of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax), an economically important species. Under elevated CO2 (~1000 µatm)...

Pollen profile CROIX, Port-La-Croix, France

C Delalande & Lionel Visset
This dataset was archived on 2018-02-20 from the EPD database (http://www.europeanpollendatabase.net). Date analyzed: 1994

Pollen profile BOR, Pont des Sept trous, France

Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu
This dataset was archived on 2018-01-25 from the EPD database (http://www.europeanpollendatabase.net). Date analysed: 1980

Pollen profile JOLAN1, Le Jolan, France

Jacques-Louis de Beaulieu & Maurice Reille
This dataset was archived on 2018-02-20 from the EPD database (http://www.europeanpollendatabase.net). Date analyzed: 1977

Geotechnical analysis on sediment cores from the Antarctic Peninsula, supplement to: Holler, Peter (1985): Geotechnical properties of Antarctic deep sea sediments. Meteor Forschungsergebnisse, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Reihe C Geologie und Geophysik, Gebrüder Bornträger, Berlin, Stuttgart, C39, 23-36

Peter Holler
Sedimentological and geotechnical analyses were carried out on two undisturbed large diameter deep sea cores from the Antarctic sector of the Atlantic ocean. One core, from a silled basin within the Bransfield Strait is characterized by fine grained hemipelagic material and turbidite layers. The other core, from the continental slope of the Weddell Sea represents a typical glacial marine environment. The variations of physical properties as related to both an increasing overburden pressure (or depth...

Documentation of sediment cores GIK14875-1 and GIK14882-2

Peter Holler

Total water vapor retrieval data in the Arctic in September 2009 using microwave humidity sounders (TWV12345 retrieval)

Raul Cristian Scarlat

Length-frequency distribution of the eatable cockle, Cerastoderma edule from the Wadden Sea National Park Lower Saxony (2017-12-19)

Jürgen Laudien, Bo Janßen, Ruben Lietzau, Samir Nasher Taher & Iwo Schulz
Counts = counts/sample = #/0.16 m^2. Sampled with stirring box 40x40 cm.The eatable cockle, Cerastoderma edule was quantitatively collected at monthly intervals (appr. new moon) from a series of stations along a transect perpendicular to the shore line. Replicates of 0.16 m2 sand samples were excavated to 15 cm depth using a stirring box and the sediment was sieved on a 1-mm screen. All retained cockles were immediately measured with a vernier calliper (resolution 1mm)

The Wetland and Wetland CH4 Inter-comparison of Models Project (WETCHIMP) data archive

Jed O Kaplan & Joe R Melton
This archive contains the raw and post-processed model output used in the The Wetland and Wetland CH4 Inter-comparison of Models Project (WETCHIMP). WETCHIMP Model Results README Last update March, 2018 Jed O. Kaplan (jed.kaplan@arve-research.com) --------- There are top-level directories in this archive, 'raw' and 'processed'. The model short-names used throughout are explained below. All model results in the processed folder have been standardized and are organized by experiment number. That does not preclude them from...

Continuous thermosalinograph oceanography along HEINCKE cruise track HE495

Antje Wichels & Gerd Rohardt

Snow height on sea ice and sea ice drift from autonomous measurements from buoy 2017S49, deployed during Antarctic Fast Ice Network 2017 (AFIN 2017)

Marcel Nicolaus & Mario Hoppmann
Snow height was measured by the Snow Depth Buoy 2017S49, an autonomous platform, installed on Antarctic sea ice during Antarctic Fast Ice Network 2017 (AFIN 2017). The resulting time series describes the evolution of snow height as a function of place and time between 30 May 2017 and 02 Oct 2017 in sample intervals of 1 hour. The Snow Depth Buoy consists of four independent sonar measurements representing the area (approx. 10 m**2) around the...

Snow height on sea ice and sea ice drift from autonomous measurements from buoy 2013S2, deployed during Antarctic Fast Ice Network 2013 (AFIN 2013)

Marcel Nicolaus & Mario Hoppmann
Snow height was measured by the Snow Depth Buoy 2013S2, an autonomous platform, installed close to Neumayer III Base, Antarctic during Antarctic Fast Ice Network 2013 (AFIN 2013). The resulting time series describes the evolution of snow height as a function of place and time between 11 Feb 2013 and 12 Jul 2017 in sample intervals of 1 hour. The Snow Depth Buoy consists of four independent sonar measurements representing the area (approx. 10 m**2)...

Sea ice drift from autonomous measurements from buoy 2017P38, deployed during POLARSTERN cruise PS106 (ARK-XXXI/1)

Marcel Nicolaus & Christian Katlein
Sea ice drift was measured by Surface Velocity Profiler 2017P38 drifting on Arctic sea ice. The buoy was deployed without drogue during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXXI/1 (PS106). The time series describes the position of the buoy between 12 Jun 2017 and 26 Jun 2017 in sample intervals of 5 minutes. The data set has been processed, including the removal of obvious inconsistencies (missing values).

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