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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...

PCB congener data of gas-phase, dissolved water, air-water fluxes in southern Lake Michigan, 2010, supplement to: Boesen, Aaron C; Martinez, Andres; Hornbuckle, Keri C (2019): Air-water PCB fluxes from southwestern Lake Michigan revisited. Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Aaron C Boesen, Andres Martinez & Keri C Hornbuckle
Airborne and dissolved water PCB congener specific concentrations from southern Lake Michigan 2010. The data were used to estimated instantaneous air-water PCB fluxes.

Carbon isotopes record in the Southeast Pacific, supplement to: Martínez Fontaine, Consuelo; De Pol-Holz, Ricardo; Michel, Elisabeth; Siani, Giuseppe; Reyes-Macaya, Dharma; Martínez Méndez, Gema; DeVries, Tim; Stott, Lowell D; Southon, John; Mohtadi, Mahyar; Hebbeln, Dierk (2019): Ventilation of the deep ocean carbon reservoir during the last deglaciation: results from the southeast pacific. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(12), 2080-2097

Consuelo Martínez Fontaine, Ricardo De Pol-Holz, Elisabeth Michel, Giuseppe Siani, Dharma Reyes-Macaya, Gema Martínez Méndez, Tim DeVries, Lowell D Stott, John Southon, Mahyar Mohtadi & Dierk Hebbeln
Supplementary material for Martínez Fontaine et al., 2019 (Table S1), including the radiocarbon ages in benthonic and planktonic foraminifera in six cores in the Chilean margin, beetween ~31°S and ~36°S (Table S3). The age models for the cores are detailed in Martínez Fontaine et al., 2019 and were produced using the information on planktonic δ13C (Table S2). Also included are the Δ14C resulting from the age models.

Multidisciplinary scientific cruise to the Rio Grande Rise, supplement to: Jovane, Luigi; Hein, James; Yeo, Isobel; Benites, Mariana; Bergo, Natascha; Corrêa, Paulo; Couto, Daniel; Guimarães, Ayrton; Howarth, Sarah; Miguel, Henrique; Mizell, Kira; Moura, Denise; Neto, Francisco; Pompeu, Maysa; Rodrigues, Ianco; Santana, Frederico; Serrao, Pedro; Silva, Tomás; Tura, Pedro; Viscarra, Carolina; Pelizzari, Vivian; Signori, Camila; Silveira, Ilson; Sumida, Paulo; Murton, Bramley; Brandini, Frederico Pereira (2019): Multidisciplinary scientific cruise to the Rio Grande Rise. Minerals Journal, Frontiers in Marine Science, 6

Luigi Jovane, James Hein, Isobel Yeo, Mariana Benites, Natascha Bergo, Paulo Corrêa, Daniel Couto, Ayrton Guimarães, Sarah Howarth, Henrique Miguel, Kira Mizell, Denise Moura, Francisco Neto, Maysa Pompeu, Ianco Rodrigues, Frederico Santana, Pedro Serrao, Tomás Silva, Pedro Tura, Carolina Viscarra, Vivian Pelizzari, Camila Signori, Ilson Silveira, Paulo Sumida, Bramley Murton … & Frederico Pereira Brandini
Rio Grande Rise (RGR) is a broad elevation in the South Atlantic Ocean consisting of western and eastern parts, that in total measures about 874 km east-west by about 480 km north-south. There is a scarcity of available information to the scientific community and to address this, the Marine E-tech project has taken a holistic and interdisciplinary scientific approach to understand the oceanographic and geological environment of the rise. Here we present geophysical, geological, biological...

Water column and sediment geochemistry in the Eastern Gotland Basin after a major Baltic inflow in June 2016, supplement to: Hermans, Martijn; Lenstra, Wytze K; van Helmond, Niels A G M; Behrends, Thilo; Egger, Matthias; Séguret, Marie J M; Gustafsson, Erik; Gustafsson, Bo G; Slomp, Caroline P (2019): Impact of natural re-oxygenation on the sediment dynamics of manganese, iron and phosphorus in a euxinic Baltic Sea basin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 246, 174-196

Martijn Hermans, Wytze K Lenstra, Niels A G M van Helmond, Thilo Behrends, Matthias Egger, Marie J M Séguret, Erik Gustafsson, Bo G Gustafsson & Caroline P Slomp
The Baltic Sea is characterized by the largest area of hypoxic (oxygen <2 mg/L) bottom waters in the world's ocean induced by human activities. Natural ventilation of these oxygen depleted waters largely depends on episodic Major Baltic Inflows from the adjacent North Sea. In 2014 and 2015, two such inflows led to a strong rise in oxygen and decline in phosphate in waters below 125 m depth in the Eastern Gotland Basin. This provided the...

Analysis of Fe in pore water, solid phase and water column of different stations on the northwestern Black Sea shelf, supplement to: Lenstra, Wytze K; Hermans, Martijn; Séguret, Marie J M; Witbaard, Rob; Behrends, Thilo; Dijkstra, Nikki; van Helmond, Niels A G M; Kraal, Peter; Laan, Patrick; Rijkenberg, Micha J A; Severmann, Silke; Teaca, Adrian; Slomp, Caroline P (2019): The shelf-to-basin iron shuttle in the Black Sea revisited. Chemical Geology, 511, 314-341

Wytze K Lenstra, Martijn Hermans, Marie J M Séguret, Rob Witbaard, Thilo Behrends, Nikki Dijkstra, Niels A G M van Helmond, Peter Kraal, Patrick Laan, Micha J A Rijkenberg, Silke Severmann, Adrian Teaca & Caroline P Slomp
Continental shelf sediments are a major source of iron (Fe) for phytoplankton in surface waters. In this study, we investigate the mechanisms that control release of Fe from shelf sediments and its lateral transport (shuttling) in oxic and hypoxic waters on the northwestern Black Sea shelf. We find that at two coastal stations near the outflow of the Danube river high input of organic matterdrives strong reductive dissolution of Fe(oxyhydr)oxides (henceforth termed Fe oxides) in...

Sediment data of different sites in the Ore Estuary sampled in Arpril 2015 and August 2015, supplement to: Lenstra, Wytze K; Egger, Matthias; van Helmond, Niels A G M; Kritzberg, Emma; Conley, Daniel J; Slomp, Caroline P (2018): Large variations in iron input to an oligotrophic Baltic Sea estuary: impact on sedimentary phosphorus burial. Biogeosciences, 15(22), 6979-6996

Wytze K Lenstra, Matthias Egger, Niels A G M van Helmond, Emma Kritzberg, Daniel J Conley & Caroline P Slomp
Estuarine sediments are key sites for removal of phosphorus (P) from rivers and the open sea. Vivianite, an Fe(II)-P mineral, can act as a major sink for P in Fe-rich coastal sediments. In this study, we investigate the burial of P in the Öre Estuary in the northern Baltic Sea. We find much higher rates of P burial at our five study sites (up to ∼ 0.145mol m−2 yr−1) when compared to more southern coastal...

Carbon dioxide fluxes and soil, vegetation, meteorological data from a polygonal tundra in northeastern Siberia, supplement to: Eckhardt, Tim; Knoblauch, Christian; Kutzbach, Lars; Holl, David; Simpson, Gillian; Abakumov, Evgeny; Pfeiffer, Eva-Maria (2019): Partitioning net ecosystem exchange of CO2 on the pedon scale in the Lena River Delta, Siberia. Biogeosciences, 16(7), 1543-1562

Tim Eckhardt, Christian Knoblauch, Lars Kutzbach, David Holl, Gillian Simpson, Evgeny Abakumov & Eva-Maria Pfeiffer
Carbon dioxide (CO2) fluxes measurd and modelled over a growing season at a (wet) polygon center and a (dry) polygon rim in the Lena River delta. The NEE fluxes were partitioned into GPP, Reco, RH, RA and NPP. Furthermore, additional soil and meteorological parameter as well as vegetation indices are presented.

Saharan Dust Proxy Record from a Colle Gnifetti Ice Core (KCC), supplement to: Clifford, Heather; Spaulding, Nicole; Kurbatov, Andrei; More, Alexander; Korotkikh, Elena; Sneed, Sharon B; Handley, Kim M; Maasch, Kirk A; Loveluck, Christopher; Chaplin, Joyce; McCormick, Michael; Mayewski, Paul Andrew (2019): A 2000 Year Saharan Dust Event Proxy Record from an Ice Core in the European Alps. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124(23), 12882-12900

Heather Clifford, Nicole Spaulding, Andrei Kurbatov, Alexander More, Elena Korotkikh, Sharon B Sneed, Kim M Handley, Kirk A Maasch, Christopher Loveluck, Joyce Chaplin, Michael McCormick & Paul Mayewski
Dust events originating from the Saharan desert have far reaching environmental impacts but the causal mechanism of magnitude and occurrence of Saharan dust events (SDEs) during the pre-instrumental era requires further research, particularly as a potential analog for future climate. Using an ultra-high resolution glacio-chemical record from the 2013 Colle Gnifetti (CG) ice core drilled in the Swiss-Italian Alps we reconstructed a 2000 year-long summer Saharan dust record. We analyzed both modern (1780-2006) and pre-modern...

Holocene palaeoceanographic evolution off West Greenland, supplement to: Perner, Kerstin; Moros, Matthias; Jennings, Anne E; Lloyd, Jeremy M; Knudsen, Karen Luise (2013): Holocene palaeoceanographic evolution off West Greenland. The Holocene, 23(3), 374-387

Kerstin Perner, Matthias Moros, Anne E Jennings, Jeremy M Lloyd & Karen Luise Knudsen
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages from a core southwest of Disko Bugt provide a Holocene perspective (last ~7 ka BP) on ice-sheet/ocean interactions between the West Greenland Current (WGC) and the West Greenland ice sheet. Changes in the fauna reveal significant variations in the water mass properties (temperature and salinity) of the WGC through time. From 7.3 to 6.2 ka BP, a relatively warm/strong WGC influences ice-sheet melt in Disko Bugt and causes enhanced meltwater production, resulting...

Chronology, (bio-)geochemical, sedimentary, stable isotope, pollen, and tephrochronologic data of Lake Ohrid's DEEP site sequence (5045-1) between 447.12 m and the sediment surface in concert with transient climate simulations, supplement to: Wagner, Bernd; Vogel, Hendrik; Francke, Alexander; Friedrich, Tobias; Donders, Timme H; Lacey, Jack H; Leng, Melanie J; Regattieri, Eleonora; Sadori, Laura; Wilke, Thomas; Zanchetta, Giovanni; Albrecht, Christian; Bertini, Adele; Combourieu-Nebout, Nathalie; Cvetkoska, Aleksandra; Giaccio, Biagio; Grazhdani, Andon; Hauffe, Torsten; Holtvoeth, Jens; Joannin, Sébastien; Jovanovska, Elena; Just, Janna; Kouli, Katerina; Kousis, Ilias; Koutsodendris, Andreas; Krastel, Sebastian; Lagos, Markus; Leicher, Niklas; Levkov, Zlatko; Lindhorst, Katja; Masi, Alessia; Melles, Martin; Mercuri, Anna Maria; Nomade, Sébastien; Nowaczyk, Norbert R; Panagiotopoulos, Konstantinos; Peyron, Odile; Reed, Jane M; Sagnotti, Leonardo; Sinopoli, Gaia; Stelbrink, Björn; Sulpizio, Roberto; Timmermann, Axel; Tofilovska, Slavica; Torri, Paola; Wagner-Cremer, Friederike; Wonik, Thomas; Zhang, Xiaosen (2019): Mediterranean winter rainfall in phase with African monsoons during the past 1.36 million years. Nature

Bernd Wagner, Alexander Francke, Niklas Leicher, Janna Just, Hendrik Vogel, Jack H Lacey, Laura Sadori, Timme H Donders, Adele Bertini, Nathalie Combourieu-Nebout, Biagio Giaccio, Sébastien Joannin, Katerina Kouli, Ilias Kousis, Andreas Koutsodendris, Alessia Masi, Anna Maria Mercuri, Sébastien Nomade, Norbert R Nowaczyk, Konstantinos Panagiotopoulos, Odile Peyron, Leonardo Sagnotti, Gaia Sinopoli, Paola Torri, Tobias Friedrich … & Axel Zimmermann
This dataset presents the chronological framework, (bio-)geochemical, mineralogic stable isotope, pollen, and tephrochronologic data of the upper 448 m of the DEEP site (5045-1) sediment sequence recovered from the central part of Lake Ohrid (Macedonia, Albania) under the umbrella of the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) and the project Scientific Collaboration on Past Speciation Conditions in Lake Ohrid (SCOPSCO). The investigated interval comprises fine-grained muds with intercalated tephra layers and mass movement deposits of...

Atmospheric measurements from the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell during the CONT-17 VLBI campaign (Nov 2017 - Dec 2017), supplement to: Klügel, Thomas; Böer, Armin; Schüler, Torben; Schwarz, Walter (2019): Atmospheric data set from the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell during the CONT-17 VLBI campaign. Earth System Science Data, 11(1), 341-353

Thomas Klügel, Armin Böer, Torben Schüler & Walter Schwarz
Continuous Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) observations are designed to obtain highly accurate data for detailed studies of high frequency Earth rotation variations, reference frame stability and daily to sub-daily site motions. During the CONT-17 campaign that covered a time span of 15 days between Nov. 28 and Dec. 12, 2017, a comprehensive data set of atmospheric observations and weather model data were acquired at the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell, where three radio telescopes contributed to...

CarbonBridge January 2014: Zooplankton abundance, biovolume and size structure along transect B north of Svalbard

Sünnje Linnéa Basedow
Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment at 16 stations along a transect north of Svalbard, crossing the Atlantic Water inflow into the Arctic Ocean, in January 2014. The data were sampled along vertical profiles by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC; ODIM-Brooke Ocean Rolls Royce Canada Ltd., Herman et al. 2004) and a Conductivity-Temperature-Depth Sensor (CTD, Seabird 19plusV2, Seabird Electronics Inc., USA), both mounted on...

Mortality of limpets and seagrass fouling in response to experimental warming, supplement to: Pillay, Deena; Waspe, Christopher (in prep.): Conservation of a temperate African seagrass (Zostera capensis): specialist grazing and warming-induced fouling. Biology Letters

Deena Pillay & Christopher Waspe
The experiment tests the effects of warming on grazer epiphyte in interactions in seasgrass mesocosms. The biomass of epiphytic fouling in response to warming and grazer treatments are presented in 1 dataset. In the second dataset, grazer mortality is presented in response to warming temperatures.

Microbial release of marine Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter in microcosm experiments in the presence of polystyrene microplastics, supplement to: Galgani, Luisa; Engel, Anja; Rossi, Claudio; Donati, Alessandro; Loiselle, Steven Arthur (2018): Polystyrene microplastics increase microbial release of marine Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter in microcosm experiments. Scientific Reports, 8(1)

Luisa Galgani, Anja Engel, Claudio Rossi, Alessandro Donati & Steven Arthur Loiselle
Chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) is the photo-reactive fraction of the marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) pool. Changes in CDOM quality and quantity have impacts on marine microbial dynamics and the underwater light environment. One major source of CDOM is produced by marine bacteria through their alteration of pre-existing DOM substrates. In a series of microcosm experiments in controlled marine conditions, we explored the impact of polystyrene microplastics on the quality and quantity of microbial...

Geochemical properties, stable isotopes and foraminifera abundances in sediment cores from the Portuguese Margin taken during the POSEIDON cruise PO200/10 in 1993. European North Atlantic Margin (ENAM): Sediment Pathways, Processes and Fluxes

Fatima F Abrantes, Luis Gaspar, Eckard Helmers, Neven Loncaric & Jose Monteiro
Grain Size, Lithic Grains (#/g), CaCO3 , TOC, N, P2O5, isotopic analyses (d18O and d13C) on G, bulloides, Planktonic and Benthic foraminifera quantification, % abundance of planktonic foraminifera species for box-cores PO200/10 5.1, 6,1 and 7.1.Gravity cores PO200/10 6.2, 8.2, 21.1 and 28.1 also have isotope data for G. inflata, G. ruber (w), Uvigerina peregrina and Cibicidoides wuellerstorfiThe cores were collected during the Poseidon R/V cruise PO200/10 along the Portuguese Margin in August 1993.

Master tracks in different resolutions during POLAR 6 campaign P6_219_ThawTrend_Air_2019

Guido Grosse, Ingmar Nitze, Torsten Sachs & Matthias Gessner
This dataset was created via processing of raw position data acquired by the GPS sensor for scientific equipment on Polar 6/Polar 5 to receive a validated master track which is used as reference of further expedition data.

Planktic foraminiferal Mg/Ca ratios of sediment cores in the tropical Atlantic, supplement to: Reissig, Stefan; Nürnberg, Dirk; Bahr, André; Poggemann, David-Willem; Hoffmann, Julia (2019): Southward Displacement of the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre Circulation System During North Atlantic Cold Spells. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34, 866-885

Stefan Reissig, Dirk Nürnberg, André Bahr, David-Willem Poggemann & Julia Hoffmann
During times of deglacial Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) perturbations, the tropical Atlantic experienced considerable warming at subsurface levels. Coupled ocean-atmosphere simulations corroborate the tight teleconnection between the tropical Atlantic and climate change at high northern latitudes, but still underestimate the relevance of the subsurface N Atlantic Subtropical Gyre (STG) for heat and salt storage and its sensitivity to rapid climatic change.Here we reconstruct vertical and lateral temperature and salinity gradients in the tropical W...

Aircraft measurements of aerosol particles and trace gases over the Southern Baltic Sea during the BALTIC'15 campaign in 2015, supplement to: Zanatta, Marco; Bozem, Heiko; Köllner, Franziska; Schneider, Johannes; Kunkel, Daniel; Hoor, Peter; de Faria, Julia; Petzold, Andreas; Bundke, Ulrich; Hayden, Katherine; Staebler, Ralf M; Schulz, Hannes; Herber, Andreas (2020): Airborne survey of trace gases and aerosols over the Southern Baltic Sea: from clean marine boundary layer to shipping corridor effect. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 72(1), 1-24

Marco Zanatta, Heiko Bozem, Franziska Köllner, Johannes Schneider, Daniel Kunkel, Peter Hoor, Julia de Faria, Andreas Petzold, Ulrich Bundke, Katherine Hayden, M Ralf Staebler & Andreas Herber
During the BALTIC'15 campaign, conducted in August 2015 over the Southern Baltic Sea, trace gasses (CO2/O3/NOy/SO2) and aerosol particles (number concentration of total/non-volatile/Aitken mode/ Accumulation mode/Coarse mode/refractory black carbon, aerosol extinction coefficient, mass concentration of refractory black carbon were measured).Observations were performed on board of the Alfred Wegener Institute research aircraft Polar 5 during 4 flights:- Scientific flight 1 (SF1) 26 August 2015- Scientific flight 2 (SF2) 28 August 2015- Scientific flight 3 (SF3) 28...

Geochemistry and δ¹⁸O G.ruber records of sediment cores MP50PC, MP39PC and MP37PC, supplement to: Filippidi, Amalia; de Lange, Gert J (2019): Eastern Mediterranean Deep Water Formation During Sapropel S1: A Reconstruction Using Geochemical Records Along a Bathymetric Transect in the Adriatic Outflow Region. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(3), 409-429

Amalia Filippidi & Gert J de Lange
Eastern Mediterranean thermohaline circulation is directly influenced by mid- and low-latitude climate systems. The dramatic paleoclimate changes during the last African Humid Period (~10-6ka BP) were captured in Mediterranean sediments as the distinctly organic-rich unit sapropel S1. Here, deep-water formation variability during S1 deposition, is reconstructed. We use geochemical records of three cores along a bathymetric transect (775-1359-1908m water depth), at the transition between the Adriatic deep-water formation area and the Eastern Mediterranean. In all...

Atmosphere-ocean linkages in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific over the early Pleistocene, supplement to: Povea, Patricia; Cacho, Isabel; Moreno, Ana; Pena, Leopoldo D; Menéndez, M; Calvo, Eva; Canals, Miquel; Robinson, Rebecca S; Mendez, Fernando J; Flores, José-Abel (2016): Atmosphere-ocean linkages in the eastern equatorial Pacific over the early Pleistocene. Paleoceanography, 31(5), 522-538

Patricia Povea, Isabel Cacho, Ana Moreno, Leopoldo D Pena, M Menéndez, Eva Calvo, Miquel Canals, Rebecca S Robinson, Fernando J Mendez & José-Abel Flores
Here we present a new set of high-resolution early Pleistocene records from the eastern equatorial Pacific (EEP). Sediment composition from Ocean Drilling Program Sites 1240 and 1238 is used to reconstruct past changes in the atmosphere-ocean system. Particularly remarkable is the presence of laminated diatom oozes (LDOs) during glacial periods between 1.85 and 2.25 Ma coinciding with high fluxes of opal and total organic carbon. Relatively low lithic particles (coarse and poorly sorted) and iron...

Sea surface temperature reconstruction, ice-rafted debris measurements, and age model of core FOX12-02R, supplement to: Vermassen, Flor; Bjørk, Anders Anker; Sicre, Marie-Alexandrine; Jaeger, John M; Wangner, David Johannes; Kjeldsen, Kristian Kjellerup; Siggaard-Andersen, Marie-Louise; Klein, Vincent; Mouginot, Jeremie P; Kjær, Kurt Henrik; Andresen, Camilla S (2020): A Major Collapse of Kangerlussuaq Glacier's Ice Tongue Between 1932 and 1933 in East Greenland. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(4)

Flor Vermassen, Anders Anker Bjørk, Marie-Alexandrine Sicre, John Jaeger, David Johannes Wangner, Kristian Kjellerup Kjeldsen, Marie-Louise Siggaard-Andersen, Vincent Klein, Jeremie P Mouginot, Kurt Henrik Kjær & Camilla S Andresen
This dataset includes the SST reconstruction, ice-rafted debris measurements, and age model of core FOX12-02R.In recent years, several large outlet glaciers in Greenland have lost their floating ice tongue, but little is known about their stability over longer time-scales. Here, we compile historical documents to demonstrate a major ice tongue collapse of Kangerlussuaq Glacier between 1932- 1933. This event resulted in nine kilometer retreat, which is more than during any of the glacier's recent major...

Evolution of current circulation and bottom redox conditions in the central Okinawa Trough over the last 19 ka, supplement to: Wang, Feifei; Hu, Bangqi; Zhao, Jingtao; Guo, Jianwei; Ding, Xue; Huang, Wei; Song, Weiyu (in review): Evolution of current circulation and bottom redox conditions in the central Okinawa Trough over the last 19 ka. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

Feifei Wang, Bangqi Hu, Jingtao Zhao, Jianwei Guo, Xue Ding, Wei Huang & Weiyu Song
The foraminifera and geochemical element records from the Core CS2 in the center of the Okinawa Trough (OT) revealed a history of current circulation and bottom redox conditions over the last 19 Ka. During the last glaciation, the few Kuroshio Current (KC) and tropical/subtropical species components, the shoaled depth of thermocline (DOT) and high infaunal foraminifera, together suggest the hypoxia in the isolated and semiclosed OT might be related to an absence/shift of the KC....

Forest plantation mapping in the Southern Highlands, Tanzania 2016, supplement to: Koskinen, Joni; Leinonen, Ulpu; Vollrath, Andreas; Ortmann, Antonia; Lindquist, Erik J; d'Annunzio, Remi; Pekkarinen, Anssi; Käyhkö, Niina (2019): Participatory mapping of forest plantations with Open Foris and Google Earth Engine. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 148, 63-74

Joni Koskinen, Ulpu Leinonen, Andreas Vollrath, Antonia Ortmann, Erik J Lindquist, Remi d'Annunzio, Anssi Pekkarinen & Niina Käyhkö
Recent years have witnessed the practical value of open-access Earth observation data catalogues and software in land and forest mapping. Combined with cloud-based computing resources, and data collection though the crowd, these solutions have substantially improved possibilities for monitoring changes in land resources, especially in areas with difficult accessibility and data scarcity. In this study, we developed and tested a participatory mapping methodology utilizing the open data catalogues and cloud computing capacity to map the...

Seasonal forecasts of normalized malaria case anomalies for Uganda 1993-2014, supplement to: Tompkins, Adrian Mark; Colón‐González, Felipe J; Di Giuseppe, Francesca; Namanya, Didas B (2019): Dynamical Malaria Forecasts Are Skillful at Regional and Local Scales in Uganda up to 4 Months Ahead. GeoHealth, 3(3), 58-66

Adrian Mark Tompkins, Felipe J Colón‐González, Francesca Di Giuseppe & Didas B Namanya
The dataset consists of two components-----1. Seasonal forecasts at lead time 1 month and lead time 4 months of temperature and rainfall from the ECMWF extended range EPS and seasonal forecast system 4, and of relevant parameters related to malaria incidence and transmission that are produced by the VECTRI malaria model driven by the forecast data.a) Rain: Monthly averaged rainfall (mm/day)b) Temp: Monthly averaged Two metre temperature (deg C)c) water_frac: The fraction of the gridcell...

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