9,313 Works

ST4 - Revised Offsets of ODP Hole 162-982D

Anna Joy Drury, Thomas Westerhold, David A Hodell & Ursula Röhl

Physical oceanography (CTD) during Fridtjof Nansen cruise FN2012405

Pedro Cláver Mota Tchipalanga, Marek Ostrowski & Marcus Dengler
Manufacture calibration were used for conductivity, temperature, pressure and oxygen sensor calibration.

ADCP current measurements (150 kHz) during Fridtjof Nansen cruise FN2014401

Pedro Cláver Mota Tchipalanga, Marek Ostrowski, Marcus Dengler & Robert Kopte

Physical oceanography (CTD) during Fridtjof Nansen cruise FN2006410

Pedro Cláver Mota Tchipalanga, Marek Ostrowski & Marcus Dengler
Manufacture calibration were used for conductivity, temperature, pressure and oxygen sensor calibration.

Physical oceanography (CTD) during Fridtjof Nansen cruise FN2003404

Pedro Cláver Mota Tchipalanga, Marek Ostrowski & Marcus Dengler
Manufacture calibration were used for conductivity, temperature, pressure and oxygen sensor calibration.

Seawater carbonate chemistry and elemental composition of the particulate and dissolved organic matter of marine diatoms, supplement to: Sugie, Koji; Yoshimura, T; Wakita, M (2018): Impact of CO2 on the elemental composition of the particulate and dissolved organic matter of marine diatoms emerged after nitrate depletion. Limnology and Oceanography

Koji Sugie, Yoshimura Takeshi & Wakita Masahide
Although the dissolved inorganic carbon concentration, pH, and nutrient regimes of seawater dramatically change in coastal regions, the synergistic effects of changes in the CO2 and nutrient levels on the elemental dynamics of the particulate and dissolved organic matters (DOMs) produced by diatoms are rarely investigated. Here, we investigated the impacts of four different CO2 levels (180, 380, 600, and 1000 μatm partial pressure of CO2 : pCO2) on the allocation of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus,...

Boron isotopes measured on planktic foraminifera N. pachyderma from deglacial sediments of sediment core MD01-2416

William R Gray, James W B Rae, Robert C J Wills, Amelia E Shevenell, Ben J Taylor, Andrea Burke, Gavin L Foster & Caroline H Lear

Artificial selection experiments with adult Pontogammarus maeoticus

Nora-Charlotte Pauli, Filipa Paiva & Elizabeta Briski

Effect of salinity and mechanical disturbance on the energy status and mitochondrial respiration of soft shell clam Mya arenaria, supplement to: Haider, Fouzia; Sokolov, Eugene; Sokolova, Inna M (2018): Effects of mechanical disturbance and salinity stress on bioenergetics and burrowing behavior of the soft-shell clam Mya arenaria. Journal of Experimental Biology, 221(4), jeb172643

Fouzia Haider, Inna M Sokolova & Eugene Sokolov
Bioturbation of sediments by burrowing organisms plays a key role in the functioning of coastal ecosystems. Burrowing is considered an energetically expensive activity, yet the energy costs of burrowing and the potential impacts of multiple stressors (such as salinity stress and wave action) on bioenergetics and burrowing performance of marine bioturbators are not well understood. We investigated the effects of mechanical disturbance and salinity stress on the burrowing behavior, aerobic capacity and energy expense of...

Sediment data from the pingo exposure AWI_12P-2208-A

Sebastian Wetterich & Lutz Schirrmeister
Three profiles (12P-1908-A, 12P-2008-A, 12P-2208-A) of exposed deposits were sampled in course of the expedition Pokhodsk 2012 in the Kolyma Lowland, which contained frozen sediments. The samples were afterward analysed for granulometry, magnetic susceptibility, organic matter composition (TOC, TC, TIC, TN, TOC/TN, d13C), and radiocarbon dated.

Absolute counts of pollen and non-pollen palynomorphs from the sediment core XBWu-46 from Bosten Lake (Bosten Hu) covering the last 8540 years

Dieter Demske & Pavel E Tarasov
Pollen and non-pollen palynomorph analysis on the sediment core XBWu-46 was done by Dieter Demske.

Air temperature data from the Serra da Estrela (Central Portugal) from January to December 2000

Carla Mora
The Serra da Estrela is part of the Iberian central cordillera and is the highest mountain in mainland Portugal (40º20'N, 35 W, 1993 m a.s.l). Seven air temperature data loggers were installed in contrasting topographic positions, with special focus on valley floors and interfluve sites to study topoclimatology. Data collection was made at 2-hour intervals during 2000 using Tiny Talk II single-channel 8-bit dataloggers with a 2K EEPROM memory. The air temperature monitoring device was...

North Sea surface drifter data from Heincke cruise HE513, Drifter 18

Ruben Carrasco, Uwe John, Rohan Henkel & Jochen Horstmann

Air temperature and relative humidity data from Sidi Chamharouch (2370 m, High Atlas, Morocco) from 16 June 2015 to 16 July 2016

Carla Mora, Gonçalo Vieira & Ali Faleh
The dataset includes hourly air temperature and relative humidity data from Sidi Chamharouch (31.09763ºN, 7.91291º W) at 2370 m a.s.l. in the Oued Ihghyghaye valley (High Atlas, Morocco) from 16 June 2015 to 16 July 2016. The data was collected using a Hobo ProV2 datalogger installed inside a radiation shield at ci. 2 m height. The device was installed next to Hsin Nsliman Cafe, whom provided surveillance. This research benefited from support of the bilateral...

Documentation of sediment core PS2035-2

Hannes Grobe

Documentation of sediment core PS2023-1

Hannes Grobe

Documentation of sediment core PS2061-3

Hannes Grobe

Documentation of sediment core PS2069-4

Hannes Grobe

#1: Acrorhynchides canaliculatus Armonies, 2018 (Kalyptorhynchia, Polycystididae): holotype

Werner Armonies

Seawater chemistry in San Pedro Basin

Jennifer Fehrenbacher, Ann D Russell, Catherine V Davis, Howard J Spero, Edward Chu & Bärbel Hönisch

Raw data from 26 XCTD probes launched during the AO2018 (MOCCHA) expedition on the IB Oden

Mario Hoppmann
26 XCTD probes were launched during the AO2018 (MOCCHA) cruise to the North Pole on the swedish icebreaker Oden (01 Aug - 22 Sep 2018). The raw data have been converted to ASCII files using the MK150 software. No further processing was applied.

Data from: Decline of rare and specialist species across multiple taxonomic groups after grassland intensification and abandonment, supplement to: Hilpold, Andreas; Seeber, Julia; Fontana, Veronika; Niedrist, Georg; Rief, Alexander; Steinwandter, Michael; Tasser, Erich; Tappeiner, Ulrike (2018): Decline of rare and specialist species across multiple taxonomic groups after grassland intensification and abandonment. Biodiversity and Conservation, 27(14), 3729-3744

Andreas Hilpold, Julia Seeber, Veronika Fontana, Georg Niedrist, Alexander Rief, Michael Steinwandter, Erich Tasser & Ulrike Tappeiner
Traditionally managed mountain grasslands are declining as a result of abandonment or intensification of management. Based on a common chronosequence approach we investigated species compositions of 16 taxonomic groups on traditionally managed dry pastures, fertilized and irrigated hay meadows, and abandoned grasslands (larch forests). We included faunal above- and below-ground biodiversity as well as species traits (mainly rarity and habitat specificity) in our analyses. The larch forests showed the highest species number (345 species), with...

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-03)

Vasilii Kustov

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-01)

Vasilii Kustov

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-02)

Vasilii Kustov

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