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Raw pollen counts from lake sediment core CH06 spanning the last ~9000 cal. yr. BP

Laura Saskia Epp

Pollen data from lake sediment core CH06 spanning the last ~9000 cal. yr. BP, supplement to: Epp, Laura Saskia; Kruse, Stefan; Kath, Nadja J; Stoof-Leichsenring, Kathleen Rosmarie; Tiedemann, Ralph; Pestryakova, Luidmila A; Herzschuh, Ulrike (2018): Temporal and spatial patterns of mitochondrial haplotype and species distributions in Siberian larches inferred from ancient environmental DNA and modeling. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 17436

Laura Saskia Epp
Changes in species' distributions are classically projected based on their climate envelopes. For Siberian forests, which have a tremendous significance for vegetation-climate feedbacks, this implies future shifts of each of the forest-forming larch (Larix) species to the north-east. However, in addition to abiotic factors, reliable projections must assess the role of historical biogeography and biotic interactions. Here, we use sedimentary ancient DNA and individual-based modelling to investigate the distribution of larch species and mitochondrial haplotypes...

Bacterial abundance and biomass of surface sediments at AWI-HAUSGARTEN sampled during expedition ARK-XXII/1c

Ingo Schewe

Bacterial abundance and biomass of surface sediments at AWI-HAUSGARTEN sampled during expedition ARK-XVIII/2

Ingo Schewe

Bacterial abundance and biomass of surface sediments at AWI-HAUSGARTEN sampled during expedition MSM02/4

Ingo Schewe

Bacterial abundance and biomass of surface sediments at AWI-HAUSGARTEN sampled during expedition ARK-XXIV/2

Ingo Schewe

Sea-bed photographs (benthos) from the Patagonian shelf (South America, South-West Atlantic) along profile PS40/110-6

Julian Gutt & Alexander Buschmann
Photos represent approx. 1m**2 each, taken vertically by Hasselblad 500EL/M with two strobes Metz mecablitz 45; Kodak Ektachrome 64; Minolta Dimage Scan Multi II; JPEG compression: 300 dpi, 21.4 x 20.0 cm; J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de

Sea-bed photographs (benthos) from the Patagonian shelf (South America, South-West Atlantic) along profile PS40/106-6

Julian Gutt & Alexander Buschmann
Photos represent approx. 1m**2 each, taken vertically by Hasselblad 500EL/M with two strobes Metz mecablitz 45; Kodak Ektachrome 64; Minolta Dimage Scan Multi II; JPEG compression: 300 dpi, 21.4 x 20.0 cm; J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de

Airborne sea ice thickness measurements during CCGS Henry Larsen cruise: Canadian Arctic Through flow (CATs) 2009 (CATs09_HEM_16082009)

Benjamin Allen Lange, Justin Beckers, J Alec Casey & Christian Haas

Sea-bed videos (benthos) from the shelf west of Svalbard along ROV profile HE153/1249-3

Julian Gutt
Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to...

Whole rock geochemistry of Forearc Basalts from IODP Expedition 352, supplement to: Shervais, John W; Reagan, Mark; Haugen, Emily; Almeev, Renat; Pearce, Julian; Prytulak, Julie; Ryan, Jeffrey G; Whattam, Scott Andrew; Godard, Marguerite; Chapman, Timothy; Li, Hongyan; Kurz, Walter; Nelson, Wendy R; Heaton, Daniel; Kirchenbaur, Maria; Shimizu, Kenji; Sakuyama, Tetsuya; Li, Yibing; Vetter, Scott K (2018): Magmatic Response to Subduction Initiation, Part I: Forearc basalts of the Izu-Bonin Arc from IODP Expedition 352. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 19

John W Shervais, Mark Reagan, Emily Haugen, Renat Almeev, Julian Pearce, Julie Prytulak, Jeffrey G Ryan, Scott Andrew Whattam, Marguerite Godard, Timothy Chapman, Hongyan Li, Walter Kurz, Wendy R Nelson, Daniel Heaton, Maria Kirchenbaur, Kenji Shimizu, Tetsuya Sakuyama, Yibing Li & Scott K Vetter
These basalts represent the earliest response to subduction initiation in the Izu-Bonin arc system during the early Eocene. They are highly refractory and formed by high degrees of partial melting of a previously depleted source.

Sea-bed videos (benthos) from the shelf west of Svalbard along ROV profile HE153/1256-1

Julian Gutt
Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to...

Sea-bed videos (benthos) from the shelf west of Svalbard along ROV profile HE153/1241-3

Julian Gutt
Positions from notes of the principal investigator, depths from the ROV depth sensor. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low...

Continuous thermosalinograph oceanography along POLARSTERN cruise track PS115.1

Volkmar Damm & Gerd Rohardt

Continuous thermosalinograph oceanography along HEINCKE cruise track HE508

Jelle Bijma & Gerd Rohardt

Bulk density, velocity, impedance, and reflectivity for IODP Site 361-U1475

Jens Gruetzner, Francisco Jose Jiménez-Espejo, Nambiyathodi Lathika, Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben, Ian R Hall, Sidney R Hemming, Leah J LeVay &

River bed total phosphorous, organic matter and wood volume from the Logie Burn, Scotland (2011 to 2014)

Stephen Addy & Mark E Wilkinson
River bed total phosphorous, organic matter and wood volume data from the restored reach over 2011 to 2014 and the control reach over 2012 to 2014.

Remotely sensed surface velocities, Lagrangian basal melt rates, terminus positions, grounding lines as well as modelling results of Peterman Glacier (northern Greenland), supplement to: Rückamp, Martin; Neckel, Niklas; Berger, Sophie; Humbert, Angelika; Helm, Veit (2019): Calving Induced Speedup of Petermann Glacier. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface

Martin Rückamp, Niklas Neckel, Sophie Berger, Angelika Humbert & Veit Helm
This study assesses the response on ice dynamics of Petermann Glacier, a major outlet glacier in northern Greenland, to the 2012 and a possible future calving event. So far Petermann Glacier has been believed to be dynamically stable as another large calving event in 2010 had no significant impact on flow velocity or grounding line retreat. By analyzing a time series of remotely sensed surface velocities, we find an average acceleration of 10% between winter...

Update to the Data and Code archive for the interpolation of surface ocean carbon dioxide

Steve D Jones, Corinne Le Quéré, Christian Rödenbeck, Andrew C Manning & Are Olsen
We have developed a statistical gap-filling method adapted to the specific coverage and properties of observed fugacity of surface ocean CO2 (fCO2). We have used this method to interpolate the Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) v2 database on a 2.5°×2.5° global grid for 1985-2017 at monthly resolution. The method combines a spatial interpolation based on a 'radius of influence' to determine nearby similar fCO2 values with temporal harmonic and cubic spline curve-fitting, and also fits...

Water column temperature profiles at station PS104_12-4 colected during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek
Temperature profiles of the water column, extracted from Miniaturized Temperature data-Logger (MTL) measurements. Depth calculated from winch data.

Water column temperature profiles at station PS104_17-3 colected during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek
Temperature profiles of the water column, extracted from Miniaturized Temperature data-Logger (MTL) measurements. Depth calculated from winch data.

Water column temperature profiles at station PS104_33-1 colected during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek
Temperature profiles of the water column, extracted from Miniaturized Temperature data-Logger (MTL) measurements. Depth calculated from winch data.

In-situ temperature measurements for geothermal heat flow estimates at station HF1723 during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek

In-situ temperature measurements for geothermal heat flow estimates at station HF1722 during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek

In-situ temperature measurements for geothermal heat flow estimates at station HF1719 during RV POLARSTERN cruise PS104, 2017

Ricarda Dziadek

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