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Alkenone temperature data from three Holocene lake sediment sequences on Svalbard

Willem G M van der Bilt, William J D'Andrea, Johannes P Werner & Jostein Bakke
These data encompass three temperature Arctic temperature reconstructions that cover the entire Holocene epoch – the past 11 700 years. Temperatures were inferred using the UK37 alkenone unsaturation index after doi:10.1016/S0146-6380(86)80001-8, and the Group 1 phylotype calibration by doi:10.1016/j.gca.2015.10.031 following chemotaxonomic identification using the RIK indices after doi:10.1016/j.gca.2016.02.019. We report samples that derives from lake sediment cores taken in 2014 from three closely-spaced lakes on Arctic Svalbard (79.5°N:11°E): Gjøavatnet (n=98), Hajeren (n=67) and Hakluyt (n=90)....

Hot disk thermal conductivity measurements of drillcore from Amethyst Tunnel and outcrops from Tarpot Creek and Stony Creek

Lucie Janku-Capova, Rupert Sutherland, John Townend & Weiren Lin

Bathymetry data of thermokarst lake at latitude 70.013°N and longitude 148.664°E in the North Slope of Alaska, USA, measured with Simple Scan in 2019

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Platform: Manufacturer: Simply UnmannedModell: Simple Scan IISensor: Manufacturer: AirmarModell: EchoRange SmartSensor SS510EchoSounder:BeamWidth: 9°Accuracy: 99.33%Resolution: 1cmMinimum Depth: 0.4mMaximum Depth: 200mThermometer:Accuracy: +/- 0.05°CResolution: 0.1°CMinimum Temperature: -5°CMaximum Temperature: 60°CDatasets within the same location were averaged (e.g. if the measurement intervall is shorter than the GPS-resolution by a given movement speed of the sensor/boat).

Grain size distribution of sediment core FOR17-02 from the Avre River (Eure River watershed), France

Thomas Gardes, Maxime Debret, Yoann Copard, Alexandra Coynel, Julien Deloffre, Matthieu Fournier, Sidonie Revillon, Jean Nizou, Anne-Lise Develle, Pierre Sabatier, Stéphane Marcotte, Edouard Patault, Quentin Faivre & Florence Portet-Koltalo

(Table S1) Laser ablation strontium isotope analysis for hardgrounds

Andrea M Erhardt, Alexandra V Turchyn, J A D Dickson, Aleksey Y Sadekov, Paul D Taylor, Mark A Wilson & Daniel P Schrag

Physical oceanography (TSG) from THALASSA cruise THA-MSM40

Johannes Karstensen & Gerd Krahmann
Temp Sensor ID 1 = SBE3S Temp eau peak av (deg C)Temp Correction 1 = -0.024394Temp Uncertainty 1 = +/-0.014007Salt Sensor ID 1 = SBE21 Salinite (PSU)Salt Correction 1 = -0.0232Salt Uncertainty 1 = +/-0.016202The above calibrations have been added to the raw data.The data has been compared with CTD data from 5 dbar .This data has not been checked for outliers or noisy data caused by blocked thermosalinograph pumps. Please use with caution.

Molecular biomarkers, UK'37-derived sea surface temperature, δ²H of C37-alkenones and δ¹⁸O-seawater of Globigerinoides ruber from ODP Site 202-1240

Lucía Quirós-Collazos, Eva Calvo, Stefan Schouten, Marcel T J van der Meer, Marta Rodrigo-Gámiz, Leopoldo D Pena, Isabel Cacho & Carles Pelejero
Down core marine sediment samples from ODP Site 1240 have been used for the analysis of the C28 and C30 1,14-diols, the C37:2 and C37:3 long chain ketones (alkenones) and the 24-methylcholesta-5,22-dien-3β-ol (brassicasterol) as proxies of primary productivity. Alkenones were also used to infer past sea surface temperatures through the unsaturation index UK'37. The C29 n-alkane was measured to obtain information on continental material inputs. δD of C37-alkenones and δ¹⁸O-seawater of Globigerinoides ruber were used...

Indo-Pacific Warm Pool upper-water temperature stacks of the last 25 ka

Haowen Dang, Zhimin Jian, Yue Wang, Mahyar Mohtadi, Yair Rosenthal, Liming Ye, Franck C Bassinot & Wolfgang Kuhnt
This data set contains a compilation of records of sea-surface and thermocline temperatures, derived from planktonic foraminifera Mg/Ca, for the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool (ranges 14.8°N-13.1°S, 115.2°E-158.0°E) over the past 25,000 years. It contains two sets of data-sheets (six sheets). Set 1: the mean anomaly stacks of sea-surface temperature anomaly )(SSTA, sheet 1), thermocline water temperature anomaly (TWTA, sheet 2), oxygen isotope composition of Globigerinoides ruber (Gr-A, sheet 3) and surface water oxygen isotope composition (Δδ18Osw,...

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 131 in Churchill, Canada

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters around Churchill (Canada). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Historical K index values from observatory ARK (Arkhangelsk), 1991-1992

Natalia Sergeyeva, Alexei Gvishiani, Anatoly Soloviev, Lyudmila Zabarinskaya, Tamara Krylova, Mikhail Nisilevich & Roman Krasnoperov

Raw data including physical oceanography from mooring DS-27-17 recovered during Maria S. Merian cruise MSM76

Ryan North
Raw data including physical oceanography from mooring DS-27-17 recovered during Maria S. Merian cruise MSM76.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 038 in Illirney, Russia

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the region of Illirney (Russia). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 013 in Illirney, Russia

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the region of Illirney (Russia). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 039 in Illirney, Russia

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the region of Illirney (Russia). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Macrofaunal abundance retrieved from 24 subtropical mudflats along south-east Queensland, Australia

Navodha G Dissanayake, Christopher L J Frid & Bryony A Caswell
The datasets represent the observed abundance of macrofauna (retained on a 0.5mm mesh sieve) retrieved from 24 subtropical mudflats along the south-east coast of Australia in 25cm x 25cm box cores and 50cm x 50cm quadrats (to a sediment depth of 11cm). Sites were located between south Deception Bay and Tallebudgera, Gold Coast. Sampling was carried out in winter 2016 (July-August) and summer 2017 (January-February). The summer assemblages contained more species, more individuals and had...

AMSR-E ASI sea ice concentration data, Antarctic, version 5.4 (NetCDF) (June 2002 - September 2011)

Christian Melsheimer & Gunnar Spreen
The sea ice concentration product from the University of Bremen, Institute of Environmental Physics (IUP), has been retrieved with the ARTIST Sea Ice (ASI) algorithm, applied to microwave radiometer data of the sensor AMSR-E (Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer for EOS) on the NASA satellite Aqua. The data are gridded on a polar stereographic grid (EPSG code 3412, Antarctic) with 6.25 km grid resolution.After the failure of AMSR-E in 2011, the ASI algorithm has been applied...

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 165 in Churchill, Canada

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters around Churchill (Canada). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 164 in Churchill, Canada

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters around Churchill (Canada). The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

High resolution in situ temperatures at 40m water depth across coral reef slopes at Iriomote-jima, Japan

Alex S J Wyatt, J J Leichter, L T Toth, T Miyajima, R B Aronson & T Nagata

Active layer thickness (ALT) on the North Slope of Alaska (USA) and Manitoba (Canada) in summer 2018 and 2019

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Alexander Oehme, Thomas Schneider von Deimling & Stephan Jacobi
Active layer thickness (ALT) on permafrost soils were measured with a metal rod in July/August 2018 and a year later at the same spots.The spots were nearby the Dalton Highway on the Northslope of Alaska and in the surroundings of Churchill (Manitoba, Canada).

Location, morphometry, lithology and land-use in the watersheds of reservoirs in Southern Spain

Elizabeth León-Palmero, Rafael Morales-Baquero & Isabel Reche
We collected data of reservoir area, capacity, age, and location from open databases: Infraestructura de Datos Espaciales de Andalucía (IDEAndalucia; http://www.ideandalucia.es/portal/web/ideandalucia/) and the Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica (https://www.embalses.net/). The reservoir capacity (m3) divided by its surface area (m2) will yield the mean depth (m).We obtained the lithology and land-use maps using ArcGIS® 10.2 software (ESRI 2012) under the Universidad de Granada license. First, we delimited the watershed of each reservoir using the rivers and...

δ¹⁸O in ice wedges of northern Chukotka and paleotemperature during the Late Pleistocene

Yurij K Vasil'chuk & Alla Constantinovna Vasil'chuk
The values of δ18О in the ice wedges of northern Chukotka and paleotemperature characteristics during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Winter mean (twint.mean) and January (tJ) air temperature values were calculated using equation: tJ = 1.5 δ18Opiw (±3 °C), twint.mean = δ18Opiw (±2 °C) by the technique of Yu. Vasil'chuk (1989, 1991). Mean annual ground temperatures were calculated using reconstructions of mean summer temperature by the technique of A. Vasil'chuk [2007] and of mean winter...

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 258 in the North Slope of Alaska, USA

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the North Slope of Alaska. The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 253 in the North Slope of Alaska, USA

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the North Slope of Alaska. The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

Soilsurface temperatures in 2 cm depth between summer 2018 and 2019 with iButton-sensor 251 in the North Slope of Alaska, USA

Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Simone Maria Stuenzi, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Alexander Oehme & Stephan Jacobi
Soil surface temperatures were collected with help of iButtons along different transects and clusters in the North Slope of Alaska. The interval was set to 4 hours resp. 4.25 hours. Different models of iButtons were used (with a resolution of 0.0625 °C and 0.5°C resp.), see Comment.

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