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Monthly sea level from tide gauge station Bodstedt at the German Baltic coastline

Jessica Kelln, Sönke Dangendorf, Jürgen Jensen, Justus Patzke & Peter Fröhle

North Atlantic Oscilation and East Atlantic pattern from DIs (NAODIs and EADIs), supplement to: Mellado-Cano, Javier; Barriopedro, David; García-Herrera, Ricardo; Trigo, Ricardo M; Hernández, Armand (2019): Examining the North Atlantic Oscillation, East Atlantic pattern and jet variability since 1685. Journal of Climate

Javier Mellado-Cano, David Barriopedro, Ricardo García-Herrera, Ricardo M Trigo & Armand Hernández
A Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) analysis was applied to the 1685-2014 winter series of the four DIs (Mellado-Cano et al. 2019) retaining the two first singular vectors (NAODIs and EADIs), which explain 44% and 35% of the total variance, respectively.

Irrigation cooling effect of citrus cultivation in Campo de Cartagena (Murcia, Spain)

Jose Martinez-Paz

North Atlantic seawater bottle data collected from Tow fish during RRS Discovery cruise DY081

Katharine R Hendry
Please note: Parameter Nitrate was changed to "Nitrate and Nitrite" on 2019-07-12.

Recent pollen profile SHE III, Lough Sheeauns, Co. Galway

Michael O'Connell & Karen Molloy

Daily rescued meteorological observations across Europe (1917-1990) - Czeck Republic and Slovakia

Joan Ramon Coll, Gerard van der Schrier, Enric Aguilar, Dubravka Rasol, Roberto Coscarelli & Andrés Bishop
Old Version! Please refer to new version (see "Replaced by" reference).

Meteorological observations at station PG5 within the Guadalfeo Monitoring Network (Sierra Nevada, Spain)

María José Polo, Javier Herrero, Rafael Pimentel & María José Pérez-Palazón

Diatoms and silicoflagellates abundances in the sediment core A12-5 from Amur Bay (Japan Sea), supplement to: Tsoy, Ira B; Prushkovskaya, Irina; Aksentov, Kirill; Astakhov, Anatoly (2015): Environmental changes in the Amur Bay (Japan/East Sea) during the last 150 years revealed by examination of diatoms and silicoflagellates. Ocean Science Journal, 50(2), 433-444

Ira B Tsoy & Irina Prushkovskaya
Diatoms and silicoflagellates from sediments in Amur Bay (Japan Sea) were analyzed with high temporal resolution to examine changes over the last 150 years. The age of sediments was estimated from unsupported 210Pb controlled by 137Cs. Siliceous microalgae examined in each cm of two sediment cores demonstrated significant changes in the ecological structure of the assemblages that reflected changes in sedimentation conditions. The obtained data suggest that the environmental changes over the last 150 years...

Age-depth model of sediment core JR298-PC726

James E T Channell

Declination, inclination and maximum angular deviation of sediment core JR298-PC728

James E T Channell

Radiocarbon dates over the last 25 ka for sediment core PC75-1 in the Southwest Pacific

Jun Shao, Lowell D Stott, William R Gray, Rosanna Greenop, Ingo A Pecher, Helen L Neil, R B Coffin, Bryan Davy & James W B Rae

Age-depth model of sediment core KNR166-2-26 and associated dating uncertainty

Claire Waelbroeck, Bryan C Lougheed, Natalia Vázquez Riveiros, Lise Missiaen, Joel B Pedro, Trond Dokken, Irka Hajdas, Lukas Wacker, Peter M Abbott, Jean-Pascal Dumoulin, François Thil, Frédérique Eynaud, Linda Rossignol, Wiem Fersi, Ana Luiza Spadano Albuquerque, Helge Wolfgang Arz, William EN Austin, Rosemarie E Came, Anders Eskil Carlson, James A Collins, Bernard Dennielou, Stéphanie Desprat, Alex Dickson, Mary Elliot, Christa Farmer … & Martin Ziegler
Undatable run on 2019-02-20 10:32:30. nsim=10000 bootpc=30 xfactor=0.1

Stable carbon and oxygen isotopes, calcium sulfate content, and laser ablation Uranium-Lead dating of the Miocene alluvial-lacustrine Aktau succession in south-east Kazakhstan, supplement to: Frisch, Konstantin; Voigt, Silke; Verestek, Verena; Appel, Erwin; Albert, Richard; Gerdes, Axel; Arndt, Iris; Raddatz, Jacek; Voigt, Thomas; Weber, Yuki; Batenburg, Sietske J (2019): Long‐Period Astronomical Forcing of Westerlies' Strength in Central Asia During Miocene Climate Cooling. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(11), 1784-1806

Konstantin Frisch, Silke Voigt, Verena Verestek, Erwin Appel, Richard Albert, Axel Gerdes, Iris Arndt, Jacek Raddatz, Thomas Voigt, Yuki Weber & Sietske J Batenburg
The Aktau succession is located at 44.03°N and 79.30°E in the Ili Basin, south-east Kazakhstan. The dataset contains measurement results from the Middle to early Late Miocene part of the succession (total height: 372 m, lowermost sample: 0.29 m, uppermost sample: 370.94 m). Stable carbon and oxygen istopes and CaSO₄ content were derived from bulk rock measurements. The CaSO₄ content was determined by microwave digestions and ICP-OES analysis. The laser ablation U-Pb data was aquired...

Relative planktonic foraminifera abundances of sediment core GS07-150-10/3MC-B

Thiago Pereira dos Santos, Andre L Belem, Catia F Barbosa, Trond Dokken & Ana Luiza Spadano Albuquerque

Continuous sediment temperature observations at station BEFmate_I3low (2018-10)

Oliver Zielinski, Daniela Meier, Michael Kleyer & Helmut Hillebrand

Continuous sediment temperature observations at station BEFmate_I3low (2018-11)

Oliver Zielinski, Daniela Meier, Michael Kleyer & Helmut Hillebrand

Energy cost of Ca2+ tranposrt

Anna Ivanina
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 2019-06-10.

Bench-top experiment on Fucus antifouling defense assessed as settlement of the marine diatom Amphora on surfaces coated with extract of Fucus in comparison to surface coated with solvant only

Martin Wahl, Franziska Julie Werner, Björn Buchholz, Stefanie Raddatz, Angelika Graiff, Birte Matthiessen, Ulf Karsten, Claas Hiebenthal, Jorin Hamer, Maysa Ito, Elisa Gülzow, Gil Rilov & Tamar Guy-Haim
Fucus antifouling defense assessed as settlement of the marine diatom Amphora on surfaces coated with extract of Fucus in comparison to surface coated with solvant only. Temperature levels were 8, 12, 16, 21, 23°C; replication 6; details and data in David 2009.

(Figure 07) Cloud condensation nuclei concentrations (second season)

Paul Herenz, Heike Wex, Alexander Mangold, Quentin Laffineur, Irina V Gorodetskaya, Zoë L Fleming, Marios Panagi & Frank Stratmann

Bench-top experiment on Fucus responses to temperatures in thermobaths

Martin Wahl, Franziska Julie Werner, Björn Buchholz, Stefanie Raddatz, Angelika Graiff, Birte Matthiessen, Ulf Karsten, Claas Hiebenthal, Jorin Hamer, Maysa Ito, Elisa Gülzow, Gil Rilov & Tamar Guy-Haim
Fucus gross (GPP) and net (NPP) primary production, respiration (R) and metabolic balance (GPP/2R) responses to temperature in thermobaths: Temperature levels 5, 10, 15, 20, 22, 25°C; period Oct & Nov 2016; replication was 3.

Meteorological observations and condensation nuclei measurements at the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica Research Station during three austral summers, supplement to: Herenz, Paul; Wex, Heike; Mangold, Alexander; Laffineur, Quentin; Gorodetskaya, Irina V; Fleming, Zoë L; Panagi, Marios; Stratmann, Frank (2019): CCN measurements at the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station during three austral summers. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19(1), 275-294

Paul Herenz, Heike Wex, Alexander Mangold, Quentin Laffineur, Irina V Gorodetskaya, Zoë L Fleming, Marios Panagi & Frank Stratmann
For three austral summer seasons (2013-2016, each from December to February) aerosol particles arriving at the Belgian Antarctic research station Princess Elisabeth (PE), in Dronning Maud Land in East Antarctica were characterized. This included number concentrations of total aerosol particles (N[CN]) and cloud condensation nuclei (N[CCN]), the particle number size distribution (PNSD), the aerosol particle hygroscopicity and the influence of the air mass origin on N[CN] and N[CCN]. In general N[CN] was found to range...

(Figure 08) Particle number size distributions between 90 nm and 1 μm (third season)

Paul Herenz, Heike Wex, Alexander Mangold, Quentin Laffineur, Irina V Gorodetskaya, Zoë L Fleming, Marios Panagi & Frank Stratmann

Bench-top experiment on Idotea grazing response to acidification assessed as feces production while feeding on Fucus-based food pellets

Martin Wahl, Franziska Julie Werner, Björn Buchholz, Stefanie Raddatz, Angelika Graiff, Birte Matthiessen, Ulf Karsten, Claas Hiebenthal, Jorin Hamer, Maysa Ito, Elisa Gülzow, Gil Rilov & Tamar Guy-Haim
Idotea grazing response to acidification assessed as feces production while feeding on Fucus-based food pellets: pCO2 400, 900, 1400, 2400, 3900 µatm; period Apr 2015; for reasons of comparison the less reliable amount of Fucus consumed is also given; replication 6.

Bench-top experiment on Fucus reproduction in response to temperature

Martin Wahl, Franziska Julie Werner, Björn Buchholz, Stefanie Raddatz, Angelika Graiff, Birte Matthiessen, Ulf Karsten, Claas Hiebenthal, Jorin Hamer, Maysa Ito, Elisa Gülzow, Gil Rilov & Tamar Guy-Haim
Fucus reproduction in response to temperature assessed as % change in conceptacles over the experimental duration of 5 weeks: Temperature levels 0, 5,10,15,20, 25°C; period Apr 2013, replucation 4; details and data in Graiff et al 2017.

CO2 and CH4 measurements made at the LOCK-IN site

Laurence Y Yeung, Lee T Murray, Patricia Martinerie, Emmanuel Witrant, Huanting Hu, Asmita Banerjee, Anais J Orsi & Jérôme A Chappellaz

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