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Early soviet satellite magnetic field measurements from 1964 and 1970

Roman Krasnoperov, Dmitry Peregoudov, Renata Lukianova, Anatoly Soloviev & Boris Dzeboev
We present the collection of magnetic field absolute measurements performed by early soviet magnetic survey missions Kosmos-49 (1964) and Kosmos-321 (1970). Totally 17300 measured values are available for Kosmos-49 mission, covering homogeneously 75% of the Earth's surface between 49° north and south latitude. About 5000 measured values are available for Kosmos-321 mission, covering homogeneously 94% of the Earth's surface between 71° north and south latitude. Both satellites had two measurement devices. The data from Kosmos-312...

Continuous meteorological observations at BEFmate automatic weather station, Spiekeroog, Germany, 2017-04 to 2018-12

Oliver Zielinski, Daniela Meier, Michael Kleyer & Helmut Hillebrand
Data presented here were collected between April 2017 to December 2018 within the BEFmate project (Biodiversity - Ecosystem Functioning across marine and terrestrial ecosystems, https://uol.de/icbm/verbundprojekte/abgeschlossene-projekte/befmate/ ) of the Universities of Oldenburg and Göttingen and the Nationalpark Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer. Experimental islands and saltmarsh enclosed plots were created in the back barrier tidal flat and in the saltmarsh zone of the island of Spiekeroog.Meteorological data were collected near the experimental setup, with a locally installed weather station...

Density of the exotic gastropod Melanoides tuberculata and aquatic macrophyte biomass, and abiotic characteristics observed in a stream belonging to Igarapé Praquiquara

Rafael Anaisce das Chagas, Celebe Maia & Lorrane Gabrielle Cantanhêde

Interplay of subduction tectonics, sedimentation, and carbon cycling off the coast of Costa Rica

Natascha Riedinger & Marta E Torres
Pore water and solid phase concentration and isotopes data analyzed in samples collected during Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 334 off the coast of Costa Rica.

Supplemental Data for Climate of the Past article \"Equatorial Pacific Carbonate cycles, 0-5 Ma: stratigraphy, dissolution, and paleoproductivity\", supplement to: Lyle, Mitchell W; Drury, Anna Joy; Tian, Jun; Wilkens, Roy H; Westerhold, Thomas (2019): Late Miocene to Holocene high-resolution eastern equatorial Pacific carbonate records: stratigraphy linked by dissolution and paleoproductivity. Climate of the Past, 15(5), 1715-1739

Mitchell W Lyle, Anna Joy Drury, Jun Tian, Roy H Wilkens & Thomas Westerhold
Coherent variation of CaCO3 burial is a feature of the Cenozoic eastern equatorial Pacific. Nevertheless, there has been a long-standing ambiguity whether changes in CaCO3 dissolution or changes in equatorial primary production might cause the variability. Since productivity and dissolution leave distinctive regional signals, a regional synthesis of data using updated age models and high-resolution stratigraphic correlation is an important constraint to distinguish between dissolution and production as factors that cause low CaCO3. Furthermore the...

High-resolution multiproxy analysis of a sediment core from high-elevation lake Bastani

Pierre Sabatier
North Africa is the largest source of mineral dust on Earth, which has multiple impacts on the climate system; however, our understanding of decadal to centennial changes in African dust emissions over the last few millenniums is limited. Here, we present a high-resolution multiproxy analysis of sediment core from high-elevation lake Bastani, in Corsica Island to reconstruct past African dust inputs to the Western Mediterranean area over the last 3150 yrs cal BP. Clay Mineralogy...

Organic geochemical and foraminiferal MAT data for mid- to late-Holocene sediments of the Gulf of Cadiz and Alboran Sea, supplement to: Schirrmacher, Julien; Weinelt, Mara; Blanz, Thomas; Andersen, Nils; Salgueiro, Emilia; Schneider, Ralph R (2019): Multi-decadal atmospheric and marine climate variability in southern Iberia during the mid- to late-Holocene. Climate of the Past, 15(2), 617-634

Julien Schirrmacher, Mara Weinelt, Thomas Blanz, Nils Andersen, Emilia Salgueiro & Ralph R Schneider
To assess the regional multi-decadal to multi-centennial climate variability at the southern Iberian Peninsula during the mid- to late- Holocene transition multi-proxy records of two marine sediment cores were established for two sites in the Alboran Sea (ODP-161-976A) and the Gulf of Cadiz (GeoB5901-2). High-resolution records of organic geochemical proxies and planktic foraminiferal assemblages are used to decipher precipitation and vegetation changes as well as the sea surface conditions with respect to Sea Surface Temperature...

In situ sediment temperature and sediment thermal conductivity measurements with heat flow probe during Maria S. Merian cruise MSM57

Michael Riedel
In situ sediment temperature and sediment thermal conductivity measurements were made with the GEOMAR heat flow probe (6m total length) during Expedition MSM57 on board the R/V MARIA S. MERIAN at the Svalbard margin. Two sub-regions were visited: Vestnesa Ridge and Svyatogor Ridge.A total of eleven deployment sequences were performed. The first deployment was used to defined individual sensor offsets to a reference temperature (data file available in section source data set). Deployment sequence 2...

Small sized gas introduction radiocarbon measurements of sediment core SU90-08

Lise Missiaen
This dataset contains stable isotope (carbon, oxygen) as well as Radiocarbon ages from North Atlantic sediment core SU90-08. The radiocarbon ages were measured on benthic (mixed species) as well as on planktonic (single species) using both classical graphite targets and MICADAS coupled with a gas introdcution system. Radiocarbon measurements were performed at ETH Zürich and Chrono center Belfast. The stable carbon and oxygen isotope measurements were performed on benthic foraminifera C. Wuellestorfi at LSCE, Gif...

Foraminiferal geochemistry and assemblage data, and pore water oxygen data of IODP Site 347-M0059

Sha Ni, Jeroen Groeneveld, Anne-Sophie Fanget, Michael Ernst Böttcher, Bo Liu, Marko Lipka, Karen Luise Knudsen, Tomas Naeraa, Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz & Helena L Filipsson
The dataset includes foraminiferal geochemistry and assemblage data, and pore water oxygen isotopes. The samples were collected during IODP Expedition 347 from Site M0059, located in the southern section of the Little Belt in the Baltic Sea. We have measured trace element concentrations (by LA-ICP-MS), oxygen and carbon isotopes of foraminiferal calcite, and fauna assemblage, for reconstruction of past environmental conditions over the past ~7.5 thousand years. We have also measured pore water oxygen isotopes...

Experiment on parasite infection

Kostas Sagonas, Britta S Meyer, Joshka Kaufmann, Tobias L Lenz, Robert Häsler & Christophe Eizaguirre
Laboratory-bred males of three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus) were assigned to one of two treatments: exposure to the nematode parasite Camallanus lacustris (exposed) or control (i.e. unexposed). After infection key fitness and immune traits were measured. Fish were then sacrificed and liver tissue was dissected. Reduced representation bisulfite sequencing was conducted on DNA extracted from whole liver tissue. Overall we aimed to investigated the role of host DNA methylation modifications to respond to parasite infections.

Pollen analytical and bog-pine investigations relating to Céide Fields and Garrynagran, Co. Mayo, Ireland

Michael O'Connell, Karen Molloy & Eneda Jennings
Seven pollen datasets are included. Each dataset is in a separate folder.Each folder contains two files: a text (docx) file with a short summary and an Excel with several sheets, including pollen counts (also percentage and concentration values), 14C dating, age-model details, macrofossils, etc.

OSL dating of beach ridges of Dali Lake and reconstruction of hydrological parameters

Zhiyong Han
In this study, we utilize a closed lake with well-dated lake beach ridges located on the East Asian summer monsoon margin, a region highly sensitive to monsoon precipitation changes, to obtain a temporal sequence of water volume in North China. The elevation of each beach ridge calibrated to the modern lake level was surveyed. Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating of undisturbed sediments of beach ridges was performed. The lake area and water volume corresponding to...

Stable isotopes from the El Portón section, Argentina, Early Cretaceous, supplement to: Aguirre-Urreta, Beatriz; Martinez, Mathieu; Schmitz, Mark; Lescano, Marina; Omarini, Julieta; Tunik, Maisa; Kuhnert, Henning; Concheyro, Andrea; Rawson, Peter F; Ramos, Victor A; Reboulet, Stéphane; Noclin, Nicolas; Frederichs, Thomas; Nickl, Anna-Leah; Pälike, Heiko (2019): Interhemispheric radio-astrochronological calibration of the time scales from the Andean and the Tethyan areas in the Valanginian–Hauterivian (Early Cretaceous). Gondwana Research, 70, 104-132

Beatriz Aguirre-Urreta, Mathieu Martinez, Mark Schmitz, Marina Lescano, Julieta Omarini, Maisa Tunik, Henning Kuhnert, Andrea Concheyro, Peter F Rawson, Victor A Ramos, Stéphane Reboulet, Nicolas Noclin, Thomas Frederichs, Anna-Leah Nickl & Heiko Pälike
An integrated radio-astrochronological framework of the Agrio Formation in the Andean Neuquén Basin of west-central Argentina provides new constraints on the age and the duration of the late Valanginian through Hauterivian stratigraphic interval. A CA-ID TIMS U-Pb age of 126.97 ± 0.04(0.07)[0.15] Ma is presented here from the upper Hauterivian Agua de la Mula Member of the Agrio Formation. Biostratigraphic data from ammonoids and calcareous nannofossils and this high precision new radioisotopic age, together with...

First automatic pH measurements in the bottom layer of the Ria de Vigo (NW Spain)

Ramiro A Varela, Juan Luis Herrera, Jose González, G Rosón & Fiz F Pérez
The project A.RIOS lists among its goals to establish an observation network of oceanic acidification in the Rías and the Galician shelf (NW Iberia). Included in that observation network, an autonomous instrument for spectrophotometric measurements of seawater pH was deployed at the Ría de Vigo during four periods between November 2017 and May 2019. We present here the pH data for those deployments along with temperature, salinity, and pressure data.

Near surface geophysical data (Electromagnetic Induction - EMI, Gamma-ray spectrometry), August 2017), Selbitz (Elbe), Germany, supplement to: Rentschler, Tobias; Werban, Ulrike; Ahner, Mario; Behrens, Thorsten; Gries, Phillipp; Scholten, Thomas; Teuber, Sandra; Schmidt, Karsten (2020): 3D mapping of soil organic carbon content and soil moisture with multiple geophysical sensors and machine learning. Vadose Zone Journal, 19(1)

Marco Pohle & Ulrike Werban
The data set was used to predict soil organic carbon and soil moisture in the vertical as well as horizontal domain, i.e. volumetrically, by using a weighted conditioned Latin Hypercube Sampling design for selecting the calibration samples and the geophysical covariates derived from electromagnetic induction (EMI) and a gamma-ray spectrometer with different intercoil spacings and, thus, different penetration depths and footprints of the signal. The study site is an agricultural field of 58 ha about...

FTIR, CuO lignin, and bulk decomposition data of a 75-day anoxic Phragmites australis litter decomposition experiment in soil substrates from three northeast German wetlands

Hendrik Reuter, Julia Gensel, Marcus Elvert & Dominik Zak
Analytical data of an anaerobic litter decomposition experiment in three waterlogged organic wetland soils. Samples include Phragmites australis leaves, harvested in autumn 2012 from three peatlands in northeastern Germany, i.e. the oligotrophic kettle-hole mire Kablow-Ziegelei, the mesotrophic terrestrialization mire Töpchin Süd, and the rewetted fen Stangenhagen. Phragmites australis rhizomes samples from the same three sites were harvested from living plants in June 2013. Waterlogged organic soils from the three sites were sampled at the same...

Effects of intermittent hypoxia on the cell survival and inflammatory responses in the intertidal marine bivalves Mytilus edulis and Crassostrea gigas, supplement to: Falfushynska, Halina; Piontkivska, Helen; Sokolova, Inna M (2020): Effects of intermittent hypoxia on cell survival and inflammatory responses in the intertidal marine bivalves Mytilus edulis and Crassostrea gigas. Journal of Experimental Biology, 223(4), jeb217026

Inna M Sokolova, Halina Falfushynska & Helen Piontkivska
Hypoxia is a major stressor in estuarine and coastal habitats leading to adverse effects in aquatic organisms. Estuarine bivalves such as the blue mussels Mytilus edulis and the Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas can survive periodic oxygen deficiency but the molecular mechanisms that underlie cellular injury during hypoxia-reoxygenation are not well understood. We examined the molecular markers of autophagy, apoptosis and inflammation during the short-term (1 day) and long-term (6 days) hypoxia and post-hypoxic recovery (1...

Reconstruction of anthropogenic activites in sediments cores from the Eure River

Thomas Gardes, Maxime Debret, Yoann Copard, Edouard Patault, Thierry Winiarski, Anne-Lise Develle, Pierre Sabatier, André-Marie Dendievel, Brice Mourier, Stéphane Marcotte, Barbara Leroy & Florence Portet-Koltalo
We measured several sedimentological (Grain Size, Total Organic Carbon, Hydrogen Index (HI) Oxygen Index (OI), Magnetic Susceptibility, Spectrocolorimetry (Reflectance L* and Wavelengths), Short-lived radionuclides) and geochemical (XRF, Trace Metals concentrations) parameters along sediment cores collected in water-dependant areas (ponds) from the lower Eure River to reconstruct the anthropogenic activities that have occurred in the watershed since 1940s.

XRF element analysis of two sediment cores in the Andaman Sea, supplement to: Gebregiorgis, Daniel; Giosan, Liviu; Hathorne, Ed C; Anand, Pallavi; Nilsson-Kerr, Katrina; Plaß, Anna; Lückge, Andreas; Clemens, Steven C; Frank, Martin (2020): What Can We Learn From X‐Ray Fluorescence Core Scanning Data? A Paleomonsoon Case Study. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 21(2)

Daniel Gebregiorgis, Liviu Giosan, Ed C Hathorne, Pallavi Anand, Katrina Nilsson-Kerr, Anna Plaß, Andreas Lückge, Steven C Clemens & Martin Frank
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) core scanning of marine and lake sediments has been extensively used to study changes in past environmental and climatic processes over a range of timescales. The interpretation of XRF-derived element ratios in paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic studies primarily considers differences in the relative abundances of particular elements. Here we present new XRF core scanning data from two long sediment cores in the Andaman Sea in the northern Indian Ocean and show that sea...

Geochemical Dataset from a sediment core near Norderney, Wadden Sea (Germany), supplement to: Bulian, Francesca; Enters, Dirk; Schlütz, Frank; Scheder, Juliane; Blume, Katharina; Zolitschka, Bernd; Bittmann, Felix (2019): Multi-proxy reconstruction of Holocene paleoenvironments from a sediment core retrieved from the Wadden Sea near Norderney, East Frisia, Germany. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 225, 106251

Francesca Bulian, Dirk Enters & Bernd Zolitschka
The coastal area of the southern North Sea passed through several stages of development during the Holocene starting with swamps and bogs on Pleistocene sands. These were covered due to the rising sea-level by brackish and intertidal sediments with intercalated peat layers indicating repeated shoreline replacements. We analysed a 4.6 m-long sediment core recovered south of the island of Norderney (East Frisia, Germany) using a multiproxy approach. The record comprises a vertical stack of changing...

High-resolution organic geochemical bulk parameter and biomarker records off eastern North Greenland

Nicole Syring
A high-resolution biomarker record was carried out on Polarstern Cruise PS93.1 (2015) to reconstruct past sea-ice variability off the continental eastern North Greenland shelf. This area is strongly influenced by cold surface waters and drift ice transported via East Greenland Current, meltwater pulses from the outlet glaciers of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream and the build-up of landfast ice. The AMS 14C-dated Holocene Kastenlot Core PS93/025 reflects high sedimentation rates ranging between 25-30 cm/kyr over...

Sea surface temperature variability on the SE-Greenland shelf (1796-2013 CE) and its influence on Thrym Glacier in the fjord Nørre Skjoldungesund, supplement to: Wangner, David Johannes; Sicre, Marie-Alexandrine; Kjeldsen, Kristian Kjellerup; Jaeger, John M; Bjørk, Anders Anker; Vermassen, Flor; Sha, Longbin; Kjær, Kurt Henrik; Klein, Vincent; Andresen, Camilla S (2019): Sea surface temperature variability on the SE‐Greenland shelf (1796‐2013 CE) and its influence on Thrym Glacier in Nørre Skjoldungesund. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

David Johannes Wangner, Marie-Alexandrine Sicre, Kristian Kjellerup Kjeldsen, John M Jaeger, Anders Anker Bjørk, Flor Vermassen, Longbin Sha, Kurt Henrik Kjær, Vincent Klein & Camilla S Andresen
This data set includes grain size analyses and SST reconstructions from core AXC1432 in Nørre Skjoldungensund, SE-Greenland. Furthermore it contains water temperatures calculated from mesurements from https://www.ICES.dk and from the HadISST dataset. Heat transport via ocean currents can affect the melting of marine-terminating glaciers in Greenland. Studying past changes of marine-terminating glaciers allows assessing the regional sensitivity of the Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) to ocean temperature changes in the context of a warming ocean. Here,...

Sedimentology, geochemistry and winter se ice concentration reconstruction for sediment core PS69/274-1 from the western Amundsen Sea, Antarctica, supplement to: Lamping, Nele; Müller, Juliane; Esper, Oliver; Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter; Smith, James A; Kuhn, Gerhard (2020): Highly branched isoprenoids reveal onset of deglaciation followed by dynamic sea-ice conditions in the western Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews, 228, 106103

Nele Lamping, Juliane Müller, Oliver Esper, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, James A Smith & Gerhard Kuhn
We analysed: 1. TOC and CNS contents on sediment core PS69/274-1 and calculated the C/N-ratio and carbonate content of the individual sample depths. 2. a specific biomarker lipid called IPSO25 in sediment core PS69/274-1 from the western Amundsen Sea continental shelf, Antarctica, alongside a phytoplankton biomarker (dinosterol) for reconstructing palaeo-sea ice coverage. We further applied the PIPSO25 approach for semi-quantitative sea ice reconstructions. We analysed a specific biomarker lipid called IPSO25 in sediment core PS69/274-1...

Drifter trajectories North Sea October 2018

Jens Meyerjürgens, Thomas H Badewien & Axel Braun
This data files contains trajectories of 14 surface drifters deployed on 21st October 2018 in the southern North Sea. The specifications of the drifters are published in (Meyerjürgens et al. 2019).

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