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Measurements in soil and air at Samoylov Station (2002-2018), supplement to: Boike, Julia; Nitzbon, Jan; Anders, Katharina; Grigoriev, Mikhail N; Bolshiyanov, Dimitry Yu; Langer, Moritz; Lange, Stephan; Bornemann, Niko; Morgenstern, Anne; Schreiber, Peter; Wille, Christian; Chadburn, Sarah; Gouttevin, Isabelle; Burke, Eleanor J; Kutzbach, Lars (2019): A 16-year record (2002–2017) of permafrost, active-layer, and meteorological conditions at the Samoylov Island Arctic permafrost research site, Lena River delta, northern Siberia: an opportunity to validate remote-sensing data and land surface, snow, and permafrost models. Earth System Science Data, 11(1), 261-299

Julia Boike, Jan Nitzbon, Katharina Anders, Mikhail N Grigoriev, Dimitry Yu Bolshiyanov, Moritz Langer, Stephan Lange, Niko Bornemann, Anne Morgenstern, Peter Schreiber, Christian Wille, Sarah Chadburn, Isabelle Gouttevin & Lars Kutzbach
Most of the world's permafrost is located in the Arctic, where its frozen organic carbon con-tent makes it a potentially important influence on the global climate system. The Arctic climate appears to be changing more rapidly than the lower latitudes, but observational data density in the region is low. Permafrost thaw and carbon release into the atmosphere is a positive feed-back mechanism that has the potential for climate warming. It is therefore particularly im-portant to...

Trace-element and U-Pb data of metapelitic apatite during progressive greenschist- to amphibolite-facies Barrovian metamorphism - Central Alps, supplement to: Henrichs, Isadora A; Chew, David M; O'Sullivan, Gary J; Mark, Chris; McKenna, Cora; Guyett, Paul (2019): Trace‐element (Mn‐Sr‐Y‐Th‐REE) and U‐Pb isotope systematics of metapelitic apatite during progressive greenschist‐ to amphibolite‐facies Barrovian metamorphism. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems

Isadora A Henrichs, David M Chew, Gary J O'Sullivan, Chris Mark, Cora McKenna & Paul Guyett
Supplement to: Trace‐element (Mn‐Sr‐Y‐Th‐REE) and U‐Pb isotope systematics of metapelitic apatite during progressive greenschist‐ to amphibolite‐facies Barrovian metamorphism. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, doi: https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GC008359.Sample description and locations are provided in Table 1. Whole-rock major and trace elements are presented in Table 2. Trace and U-Pb apatite data are provided in Table 3, and epidote SEM-EDS data are shown in Table 4.

Modern, pre-industrial and past (last 25 ka) carbon isotopic (δ13C) variability in the surface waters of the southwest Pacific, supplement to: Maxson, Charles; Bostock, Helen C; Mackintosh, Andrew; Mikaloff-Fletcher, Sara; McCave, I Nick; Neil, Helen L (2019): Modern, pre-industrial and past (last 25 ka) carbon isotopic (δ13C) variability in the surface waters of the southwest Pacific. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(4), 692-714

Charles Maxson, Helen C Bostock, Andrew Mackintosh, Sara Mikaloff-Fletcher, I Nick McCave & Helen L Neil
Carbon stable isotopes of Globigerina bulloides from 68 core tops and 19 cores (published and unpublished) were compiled for the SW Pacific to determine latitudinal changes in d13CG.bulloides for the Holocene and changes since the glacial (last 25 ka).

Stream organic matter exports from a montane peatland (2015-01-01 to 2018-01-01), supplement to: Rosset, Thomas; Gandois, Laure; Le Roux, Gaël; Teisserenc, Roman; Durantez Jimenez, Pilar; Camboulive, Thierry; Binet, S (2019): Peatland Contribution to Stream Organic Carbon Exports From a Montane Watershed. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 124(11), 3448-3464

Thomas Rosset, Laure Gandois, Gaël Le Roux, Roman Teisserenc, Pilar Durantez Jimenez & Thierry Camboulive
High frequency (30 min) data of discharge, fluorescence of the organic matter and turbidity used to calculate respectively the exports of dissolved and particulate organic carbon from a mountainous watershed containing a peatland. Measurements were done both at the inlet and at the outlet of the peatland for three years from 2015, 1st January to 2018, 1st of January. This depository integrates low frequency organic carbon concentration data which were used for optical sensors calibrations...

A high temporal resolution lake data set from multisource altimetric missions and Landsat archives of water level and storage changes on the Tibetan Plateau during 2000‒2017, supplement to: Li, Xingdong; Long, Di; Huang, Qi; Han, Pengfei; Zhao, Fanyu; Wada, Yoshihide (2019): High-temporal-resolution water level and storage change data sets for lakes on the Tibetan Plateau during 2000–2017 using multiple altimetric missions and Landsat-derived lake shoreline positions. Earth System Science Data, 11(4), 1603-1627

Xingdong Li, Di Long, Qi Huang, Pengfei Han, Fanyu Zhao & Yoshihide Wada
The Tibetan Plateau (TP), known as the Earth Third Pole and Asia's water towers providing freshwater for a billion people in Asia, is quite sensitive to climate change, which can be reflected by changes in some hydrological state variables such as lake water storage. Due to the harsh environment and complex terrain, in situ measurements of lake water storage changes are extremely limited, whereas great efforts have been made to combine multisource remote sensing data...

Geochronology of accessory allanite and monazite in the Barrovian metamorphic sequence of the Central Alps, Switzerland, supplement to: Boston, Kate R; Rubatto, Daniela; Hermann, Jörg; Engi, Martin; Amelin, Yuri V (2017): Geochronology of accessory allanite and monazite in the Barrovian metamorphic sequence of the Central Alps, Switzerland. Lithos, 286-287, 502-518

Daniela Rubatto, Kate R Boston, Jörg Hermann, Martin Engi & Yuri V Amelin
1. Major and trace element whole rock compositions. 2. Representative garnet major and trace element analyses. 3. Rutile trace element analyses.4. Allanite major and trace element analyses.5. Monazite major and trace element analyses.6. Monazite U-Th-Pb analyses.7. Allanite U-Th-Pb analyses.8. Results of TIMS analysis of rutile and description of grain fractions.

Surface energy and mass exchange of a water track and dry soils via eddy-covariance in the summer season 2012-2013 in a polar desert in Taylor Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica, supplement to: Linhardt, Tobias; Levy, Joseph S; Thomas, Christoph K (2019): Water tracks intensify surface energy and mass exchange in the Antarctic McMurdo Dry Valleys. The Cryosphere, 13(8), 2203-2219

Tobias Linhardt, Joseph S Levy & Christoph K Thomas
From 26 December 2012 to 21 January 2013 we measured relevant parameters for surface energy and mass exchange calculation at three closely collocated sites near the Ross Sea shore in the valley floor of lower Taylor Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. At any time during the experiment, two surface energy balance stations were operated: One station was installed throughout the whole period at the investigated water track, referred to as WT. The other station was...

Gas pycnometry firn porosity data of firn ice cores from three polar sites

Kévin Fourteau, Laurent Arnaud, Xavier Faïn, Patricia Martinerie, David M Etherdige, Vladimir Ya Lipenkov & Jean-Marc Barnola
Firn Porosity Data (including open and closed porosity) measured at the sites of Summit (Greenland), DE08-2 (Antarctica) and Vostok (Antarctica). Measurements were performed with gas pycnometry on cylindrical samples of 4 to 5cm in height and diameter, excavated from freshly drilled firn cores.

Impact of submarine groundwater discharge on fish and zooplankton abundances and on early biofouling processes in a coastal la goon of Tahiti, French Polynesia

Claudia Starke, Werner Ekau & Nils Moosdorf
Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) in to the sea is widely spread and investigated. However, on the impact of SGD on marine organisms in turn very view work has been done. For a better understanding of the interaction between SGD and its surrounding organisms, the impact of SGD on fish and zooplankton abundances as well as on the early biofouling process was investigated in a coastal la goon of Tahiti, French Polynesia. This study is based...

Surface sediment characteristics in the Drake Passage sector of the Southern Ocean, supplement to: Wu, Shuzhuang; Kuhn, Gerhard; Diekmann, Bernhard; Lembke-Jene, Lester; Tiedemann, Ralf; Zheng, Xufeng; Ehrhardt, Sophie; Arz, Helge Wolfgang; Lamy, Frank (2019): Surface sediment characteristics related to provenance and ocean circulation in the Drake Passage sector of the Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 154, 103135

Shuzhuang Wu, Gerhard Kuhn, Bernhard Diekmann, Lester Lembke-Jene, Ralf Tiedemann, Xufeng Zheng, Sophie Ehrhardt, Helge Wolfgang Arz & Frank Lamy
Understanding present-day sediment provenance and transport processes is crucial for studies about the dynamics of ocean circulation, as well as for paleoclimate reconstructions in the Drake Passage (DP), a key area for Earth's global oceanic circulation and climate during past and future. Based on a comprehensive set of surface sediment samples, we used spatial variations in grain-size distribution, bulk sediment mineralogy, silt and clay mineralogy across the entire DP region to elucidate the terrigenous sources...

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (TIK), reference list of 53 datasets (2006-10 to 2014-11)

Vasilii Kustov
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Ground meteorological data (T, P, RH) obtained during the YOPP SOP in summer 2018 at Thule Air Base, Greenland

Giovanni Muscari
In the frame of the OASIS-YOPP project, ground measurements of temperature, pressure and relative humidity have been carried out at the Thule High Arctic Atmospheric Observatory (THAAO, http://www.thuleatmos-it.it/) during the summer Arctic Special Observing Period of the YOPP. The THAAO is located on South Mountain, at 220 m a.m.s.l., in the proximities of the Thule Air Base (76.5 °N, 68.8° W).

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Toravere (TOR), reference list of 200 datasets (1999-01 to 2015-08)

Ain Kallis
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Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Ny-Ålesund (NYA), reference list of 269 datasets (1992-08 to 2014-12)

Marion Maturilli & Andreas Herber
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Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Gobabeb (GOB), reference list of 40 datasets (2012-05 to 2015-08)

Roland Vogt
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Stable isotope signatures of Holocene syngenetic permafrost in the Thule District (NW Greenland), supplement to: Wetterich, Sebastian; Davidson, Thomas A; Bobrov, Anatoly A; Opel, Thomas; Windirsch, Torben; Johansen, Kasper L; González-Bergonzoni, Ivan; Mosbech, Anders; Jeppesen, Erik (2019): Stable isotope signatures of Holocene syngenetic permafrost trace seabird presence in the Thule District (NW Greenland). Biogeosciences Discussions, 1-25

Sebastian Wetterich, Thomas A Davidson & Hanno Meyer
Holocene permafrost peat from sites in the Thule District, NW Greenland, was studied for organic matter composition, i.e. TOC, TN, δ13C and δ15N. The material was obtained from radiocarbon-dated drill cores reaching 320 cm below surface (bs) in core GL3 (76.03288°N, 67.61811°W) and 198 cm bs in core SI1 (76.56908°N, 70.04099°W). Furthermore, the isotopic composition (δ18O and δD) of one GL3 ice wedge was analysed.

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Payerne (PAY), reference list of 224 datasets (1992-10 to 2011-05)

Laurent Vuilleumier & Alain Heimo
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Sedimentary characteristics from permafrost cores in the Teshekpuk Lake Area on the Arctic Coastal Plain, Northern Alaska, supplement to: Fuchs, Matthias; Lenz, Josefine; Jock, Suzanne; Nitze, Ingmar; Jones, Benjamin M; Strauss, Jens; Günther, Frank; Grosse, Guido (2019): Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks Along a Thermokarst Lake Sequence in Arctic Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 124(5), 1230-1247

Matthias Fuchs, Josefine Lenz, Suzanne Jock, Ingmar Nitze, Benjamin M Jones, Jens Strauss, Frank Günther & Guido Grosse
This data set includes the data for the publication Fuchs et al. (2019), Organic carbon and nitrogen stocks along a thermokarst lake sequence in Arctic Alaska, doi:10.1029/2018JG004591. Impacts of successive thermokarst lake stages on soil organic carbon and nitrogen storage, Arctic Alaska. This study combines terrestrial and lacustrine cores to a depth of two meters for a carbon and nitrogen stock estimation in a heavily thermokarst affected study region as well as describes the landscape...

Age model, geochemistry and benthic foraminifera from ODP Hole 114-702B, supplement to: Rivero-Cuesta, Lucía; Westerhold, Thomas; Agnini, Claudia; Dallanave, Edoardo; Wilkens, Roy H; Alegret, Laia (2019): Paleoenvironmental changes at ODP Site 702 (South Atlantic): Anatomy of the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(12), 2047-2066

Lucía Rivero-Cuesta, Thomas Westerhold, Claudia Agnini, Edoardo Dallanave, Roy H Wilkens & Laia Alegret
It contains three tables that correspond to the supplementary information of the article mentioned above. Tables S3 and S4 can be found within the Supplementary Information document. Table S1 contains high-resolution bulk and benthic carbon and oxygen stable isotope data from ODP Hole 702B across the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (40 Ma). Table S2 contains benthic foraminiferal data (relative abundance and ecology index) and accumulation rates from ODP Hole 702B across the Middle Eocene Climatic...

Palynological and geochemical results of middle Eocene sediments of ODP Hole 159-959D, equatorial Atlantic Ocean, supplement to: Cramwinckel, Margot J; Van der Ploeg, Robin; Bijl, Peter K; Peterse, Francien; Bohaty, Steven M; Röhl, Ursula; Schouten, Stefan; Middelburg, Jack J; Sluijs, Appy (2019): Harmful algae and export production collapse in the equatorial Atlantic during the zenith of Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum warmth. Geology, 47(3), 247-250

Margot J Cramwinckel, Robin Van der Ploeg, Peter K Bijl, Francien Peterse, Steven M Bohaty, Ursula Röhl, Stefan Schouten, Jack J Middelburg & Appy Sluijs
New palynological, sedimentological, and geochemical records spanning the Middle Eocene climatic optimum (MECO; ca. 40 Ma) in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean indicate that peak warming was associated with upper-ocean stratification, decreased export production, and possibly harmful algal blooms, followed by slight oxygen minimum zone expansion. Combining these findings with published MECO records suggests that export production collapse and benthos starvation during the zenith of MECO warmth were widespread in the Atlantic. Furthermore, comparison to records...

A continuous biomass‐burning record based on the fire biomarker levoglucosan of sediment core GeoB9528-3, supplement to: Schreuder, Laura T; Hopmans, Ellen C; Castañeda, Isla S; Schefuß, Enno; Mulitza, Stefan; Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S; Schouten, Stefan (2019): Late Quaternary biomass burning in Northwest Africa and interactions with climate, vegetation, and humans. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(2), 153-163

Laura T Schreuder, Ellen C Hopmans, Isla S Castañeda, Enno Schefuß, Stefan Mulitza, Jaap S Sinninghe Damsté & Stefan Schouten
Biomass burning on the African continent is widespread and interactions with climate, vegetation dynamics and biogeochemical cycling are complex. To obtain a better understanding of these complex relationships, African fire history has been widely studied, although mostly on relatively short time-scales (i.e. yrs to kyrs) and less commonly on long-term scales. Here, we present a 192-kyr, continuous biomass-burning record from sub-Saharan Northwest Africa based on the fire biomarker levoglucosan in a marine sediment core offshore...

Long chain alkyl diol, GDGT, and XRF data from Amazon River suspended sediments, tropical Atlantic marine sediments and gravity core GeoB16224-1, supplement to: Häggi, Christoph; Schefuß, Enno; Sawakuchi, André Oliveira; Chiessi, Cristiano Mazur; Mulitza, Stefan; Bertassoli Junior, Dailson José; Hefter, Jens; Zabel, Matthias; Baker, Paul A; Schouten, Stefan (2019): Modern and late Pleistocene particulate organic carbon transport by the Amazon River: Insights from long-chain alkyl diols. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 262, 1-19

Christoph Häggi, Enno Schefuß, André Oliveira Sawakuchi, Cristiano Mazur Chiessi, Stefan Mulitza, Dailson José Bertassoli Junior, Jens Hefter, Matthias Zabel, Paul A Baker & Stefan Schouten
The relative abundance of the C32 1,15 long-chain alkyl diol (LCD) is an emerging proxy for the input of riverine aquatic particulate organic carbon (POC) into coastal oceans. This compound has the potential to complement other established proxies reflecting riverine terrestrial POC input and allows for a more nuanced assessment of riverine POC export to coastal seas. The current understanding of this proxy is, however, limited. In this study, we compare different indices for riverine...

Biological data of Antarctic octopods collected during POLARSTERN cruises (size, weight, capture dates, depths), supplement to: Schwarz, Richard; Hoving, Henk-Jan Ties; Noever, Christoph; Piatkowski, Uwe (2019): Life histories of Antarctic incirrate octopods (Cephalopoda: Octopoda). PLoS ONE, 14(7), e0219694

Richard Schwarz, Henk-Jan Ties Hoving, Christoph Noever & Uwe Piatkowski
The data files contain biological information (sex, sizes, weights, etc.) from Antarctic octopod species collected during Polarstern cruises (Alfred Wegener Institute). The data is part of Richard Schwarz his Ph.D. thesis on age and growth of deep-sea and Antarctic octopods.

Dissolved methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, water isotope, salinity and temperature data from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada (2017-2018), supplement to: Manning, Cara C M; Preston, Victoria L; Jones, Samantha F; Michel, Anna P M; Nicholson, David P; Duke, Patrick J; Ahmed, Mohamed M M; Manganini, Kevin; Else, Brent G T; Tortell, Philippe Daniel (accepted): River inflow dominates methane emissions in an Arctic coastal system. Geophysical Research Letters, e2020GL087669

Cara C M Manning, Victoria L Preston, Samantha F Jones, Anna P M Michel, David P Nicholson, Patrick J Duke, Mohamed M M Ahmed, Kevin Manganini, Brent G T Else & Philippe Daniel Tortell
This data set contains biogeochemical measurements from an estuary and river adjacent to Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada collected in 2017-2018. Methane and nitrous oxide concentration and water isotopic composition samples were collected from niskin bottles or a submersible pump. Conductivity, temperature, and depth data from a CTD sensor is provided for each sample. The data set also includes high-frequency observations of methane, carbon dioxide, salinity, temperature, and depth made with a novel robotic kayak with...

Methane in NEEM-2011-S1 ice core from North Greenland, 1800 years continuous record: Version 2, supplement to: Rhodes, Rachael H; Faïn, Xavier; Stowasser, Christopher; Blunier, Thomas; Chappellaz, Jérôme A; McConnell, Joseph R; Romanini, Daniele; Mitchell, Logan E; Brook, Edward J (2013): Continuous methane measurements from a late Holocene Greenland ice core: Atmospheric and in-situ signals. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 368, 9-19

Rachael H Rhodes & Edward J Brook
Changes to original version posted at NOAA (https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/paleo-search/study/14173): Chronology has been updated to most recent NEEM-2011-S1 ice age and NEEM delta age. Age scale now constructed from annual-layer-counted ice age (Sigl et al., 2015, Nature). Two options for delta age provided a) constant delta age of 188 yr (Buizert et al. 2012, ACP & 2014 corrigendum), b) variable delta age transferred from main NEEM core (Rasmussen et al., 2013, COP) using offsets between GICC05 and...

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