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High-resolution cloud base temperature from infrared pyrometer at Princess Elisabeth station, East Antarctica (2015-12)

Niels Souverijns, Irina V Gorodetskaya, Alexandra Gossart & Nicole P M van Lipzig
Derived cloud base temperature from the infrared pyrometer located on the roof of the Princess Elisabeth station, East Antarctica (71°57'S - 23°21'E).

Plant-wax and phytolith data from Waterfall Bluff rock shelter

Irene Esteban, Marion K Bamford, Alisoun House, Charlotte S Miller, Frank H Neumann, Enno Schefuß, Justin Pargeter, Hayley C Cawthra & Erich C Fisher
Waterfall Bluff, in Eastern Mpondoland (Eastern Cape Province, South Africa), is a recently excavated archaeological site with deposits spanning Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 3 to the Middle Holocene. Here, we present preliminary results of a multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental study combining macro-botanical remains, charcoal, phytoliths, pollen and plant waxes derived from the same archaeological record. We aim to understand the interactions between hunter-gatherer plant foraging and climate and environmental change in coastal Mpondoland from MIS 3 to...

Bait Trials North Atlantic Region

Robyn E Jones
Bait trials for use in BRUV methods were conducted around Swansea Bay, South Wales and Ria Formosa Lagoon, South Portugal.

Continuous meteorological monitoring at Cape Posillipo (Denza Institute weather station - Naples - Campania Region - Italy) during the period January 2020 - December 2020

Alberto Fortelli, Fabio Matano & Marco Sacchi
Height above ground of sensors:Barometer: 20m, Thermo-hygrometer/Pluviometer: 25m, Anemometer: 27m

Underway surface O2/Ar, O2 and N2 observations from the Subarctic Northeast Pacific

Robert Izett, Kate Schuler & Philippe Daniel Tortell
This archive contains underway, surface seawater observations of ΔO2/Ar, oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2), and ancillary properties from the Subarctic Northeast Pacific and Gulf of Alaska. These data enable approximations of mixed layer net community production, derived from the biological O2 saturation anomaly (ΔO2/Ar and ΔO2/N2). Gas and hydrographic observations were obtained from a continuous seawater supply using autonomous ship-based instrumentation deployed on periodic Line P and La Perouse oceanographic monitoring cruises, and various other...

Profile of sediment echo sounding with SES-2000 during HEINCKE cruise HE537 with links to raw data files

Miriam Römer & Katrin Schwalenberg

Surface topography and snow depth measured during the ALERT2018 campaign (MAP Last Ice) at station ALERT2018_09

Philipp Anhaus, Christian Katlein, Arttu Jutila & Christian Haas
Measurements of surface topography have been performed using a Terrestrial Laser Scanner (VZ-400i, RIEGL, Horn, Austria) on First-Year-Ice during the ALERT2018 campaign (Multidisciplinary Arctic Program (MAP) - Last Ice) off Alert, Nunavut, Canada in the Lincoln Sea in May 2018. The scans were performed across an approx. 100 times 100 m wide patch. The laser scanner was mounted on a tripod approx. 2 m above the surface and had a wavelength of 1550 nm. The...

Melt pond fraction over Arctic sea ice during 2000-2019

Yifan Ding, Jiping Liu, Xiao Cheng & Shengzhe Chen
This dataset includes melt pond fraction (MPF) over Arctic sea ice during 2000-2019. The spatial coverage of this data is north of 60 °N. The MPF data is projected on a polar stereographic grid with a spatial resolution of 12.5 km and a temporal resolution of 8-day intervals from May 9 to September 6, which is archived in the NetCDF format. This dataset was jointly developed by the Beijing Normal University, University at Albany-State University...

Multibeam bathymetry raw data (Kongsberg EM710 entire data set) of RV METEOR during cruise M76/3b

Antje Boetius
Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 710 multibeam echosounder was partially recorded during RV METEOR cruise M76/3b. Data were recorded on 7 days between 2020-07-17 and 2020-08-23 in the South Atlantic Ocean.Ancillary sound velocity calibration measurements using sound velocity profiles (SVP) are not part of this dataset publication.Data are unprocessed and therefore may contain incorrect depth measurements without further processing. Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package...

Water vapour isotopes analyser calibrated data from Samoylov station, 2017-01

Jean-Louis Bonne, Hanno Meyer, Melanie Behrens, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Benjamin Rabe, Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Kirstin Hoffmann, Andrei Astapov & Martin Werner

Water vapour isotopes analyser calibrated data from Samoylov station, 2016-02

Jean-Louis Bonne, Hanno Meyer, Melanie Behrens, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Benjamin Rabe, Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Kirstin Hoffmann, Andrei Astapov & Martin Werner

Water vapour isotopes analyser calibrated data from Samoylov station, 2016-08

Jean-Louis Bonne, Hanno Meyer, Melanie Behrens, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Benjamin Rabe, Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Kirstin Hoffmann, Andrei Astapov & Martin Werner

Water vapour isotopes analyser calibrated data from Samoylov station, 2015-08

Jean-Louis Bonne, Hanno Meyer, Melanie Behrens, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Benjamin Rabe, Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Kirstin Hoffmann, Andrei Astapov & Martin Werner

Total sea-ice thickness measurements during the ALERT2018 campaign (MAP Last Ice) at station ALERT2018_24

Philipp Anhaus, Christian Katlein, Arttu Jutila & Christian Haas
Total sea-ice thickness measurements were obtained using a ground-based electromagnetic sound device (EM31-SH, Geonics Limited, Mississauga, ON, Canada) during walking surveys on First-Year-Ice during the ALERT2018 campaign (Multidisciplinary Arctic Program (MAP) - Last Ice) off Alert, Nunavut, Canada in the Lincoln Sea in May 2018. The walks were along a 100 m transect and across an approx. 100 times 100 m wide patch.

Middle Eocene to early Oligocene biomarker data and TOC% from SE Australia

Vittoria Lauretano, Alan T Kennedy-Asser, Vera A Korasidis, Malcolm W Wallace, Paul J Valdes, Daniel J Lunt, Richard D Pancost & Bernhard David A Naafs

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Toravere (2020-11)

Ain Kallis

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Toravere (2020-10)

Ain Kallis

Laboratory measurements of food consumption and preference in Haliotis squamata from Bali, Indonesia, under different temperature regimes: Experiment 2 data

Mark Lenz, An Nisa Nurul Suci, Veronika Mitterwallner & Neviaty P Zamani
To test whether food consumption in Haliotis squamata is a function of temperature (Experiment 1), we produced agar-pellets containing Ulva lactuca powder (Xi'an XiaoCao Botanical Development Co., Ltd, China). For the assays, in which we tested whether the diet composition of H. squamata changes with temperature (Experiment 2), fragments of living macroalgae from the Bay of Tidung Island, Thousand Islands, Indonesia, were used. We collected specimens of the red macroalga Gracilaria salicornia and algae belonging...

Master track of HEINCKE cruise HE572 in 1 sec resolution (zipped, 1.1 MB)

Jennifer Dannheim
Raw data acquired by position sensors on board RV Heincke during expedition HE572 were processed to receive a validated master track which can be used as reference of further expedition data. During HE572 the inertial navigation system IXSEA PHINS III and the GPS receivers Trimble Marine SPS461 and SAAB R5 SUPREME NAV were used as navigation sensors. Data were downloaded from DAVIS SHIP data base (https://dship.awi.de) with a resolution of 1 sec. Processing and evaluation...

Laboratory measurements of food consumption and preference in Haliotis squamata from Bali, Indonesia, under different temperature regimes: Experiment 2 PERMANOVA

Mark Lenz, An Nisa Nurul Suci, Veronika Mitterwallner & Neviaty P Zamani
To test whether food consumption in Haliotis squamata is a function of temperature (Experiment 1), we produced agar-pellets containing Ulva lactuca powder (Xi'an XiaoCao Botanical Development Co., Ltd, China). For the assays, in which we tested whether the diet composition of H. squamata changes with temperature (Experiment 2), fragments of living macroalgae from the Bay of Tidung Island, Thousand Islands, Indonesia, were used. We collected specimens of the red macroalga Gracilaria salicornia and algae belonging...

Master track of HEINCKE cruise HE575 in 1 sec resolution (zipped, 1.6 MB)

Jelle Bijma
Raw data acquired by position sensors on board RV Heincke during expedition HE575 were processed to receive a validated master track which can be used as reference of further expedition data. During HE575 the inertial navigation system IXSEA PHINS III and the GPS receivers Trimble Marine SPS461 and SAAB R5 SUPREME NAV were used as navigation sensors. Data were downloaded from DAVIS SHIP data base (https://dship.awi.de) with a resolution of 1 sec. Processing and evaluation...

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Izana (2021-06)

Emilio Cuevas-Agulló

Expanded measurements from station Ny-Ålesund (2021-06)

Marion Maturilli
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Large-scale, long-term estimates of stream length impacted by wildfire for the western US

Grady Ball, Peter Regier, Ricardo González-Pinzón & David Van Horn
Wildfires are increasing globally in frequency, severity, and extent, but their impact on aquatic ecosystems, and the resources they provide, remains unclear. Here, we combine remote sensing of burn perimeter and severity, in-situ water quality monitoring, and longitudinal modeling to create the first large-scale, long-term estimates of stream length impacted by wildfire for the western US. We found that wildfires directly impacted ~6% of the total stream length between 1984 and 2014, increasing at a...

Anion and cation compositions of fluid inclusions in quartz in the Yaogangxian tungsten, South China

Ming Xiao, Hua-Ning Qiu, Yue Cai, Ying-De Jiang, Wan-Feng Zhang & Yuan Fang
Determination of ion compositions of fluid inclusions in quartz samples was conducted on a SHIMADZU HIC-10A super ion chromatography at the Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Before analyses, ca. 3g samples were heated at 500℃ for 30 minutes to fully decrepitate the fluid inclusions. Cooled released gases were then extracted using ultrasonic by five times (6 mL per time) to make a 30 ml solution for...

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