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Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2013-09)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2013-11)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2010-08)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2009-04)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2009-05)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2008-01)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2011-08)

Martial Haeffelin

Basic measurements of radiation at station Palaiseau (2011-12)

Martial Haeffelin

Experiment: Growth rates and percentages of normal versus malformed versus incomplete versus incomplete and malformed coccoliths

Gerald Langer
The coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi (Lohmann) W. W. Hay et H. Mohler was cultured in natural seawater with the addition of either the microtubule-inhibitor colchicine, the actin-inhibitor cytochalasin B, or the photosynthesis inhibitor 3-(3,4 dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethyl-urea (DCMU). Additionally, E. huxleyi was cultured at different light intensities and temperatures. Growth rate was monitored, and coccolith morphology analyzed. While every treatment affected growth rate, the percentage of malformed coccoliths increased with colchicine, cytochalasin B, and at higher than optimal...

Radiosonde measurements from station Nauru Island (2012-03)

Charles Long
Launches at irregular time intervals

Radiosonde measurements from station Nauru Island (2012-05)

Charles Long
Launches at irregular time intervals

Experiment: changing carbonate chemistry influence on coccoliths formed by Emiliania huxleyi

Lennart Thomas Bach
The coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi is a marine phytoplankton species capable of forming small calcium carbonate scales (coccoliths) which cover the organic part of the cell. Calcification rates of E. huxleyi are known to be sensitive to changes in seawater carbonate chemistry. It has, however, not yet been clearly determined how these changes are reflected in size and weight of individual coccoliths and which specific parameter(s) of the carbonate system drive morphological modifications. Here, we compare...

Supplementary table 4: Results of the terrestrial and aquatic pollen analysis of 16 surface samples from the Tso Moriri area

Christian Leipe, Dieter Demske, Pavel E Tarasov, Bernd Wünnemann & Frank Riedel
Analyst: Dieter Demske

Supplementary table 5: Results of the non-pollen palynomorph (NPP) analysis of 16 surface samples from the Tso Moriri area

Christian Leipe, Dieter Demske, Pavel E Tarasov, Bernd Wünnemann & Frank Riedel
Analyst: Dieter Demske

Diurnal fluctuations in seawater pH influence the response of a calcifying macroalga to ocean acidification

Christopher Edward Cornwall, Christopher D Hepburn, Christina M McGraw, Kim I Currie, Conrad A Pilditch, Keith A Hunter, Philip W Boyd & Catriona L Hurd
Coastal ecosystems that are characterized by kelp forests encounter daily pH fluctuations, driven by photosynthesis and respiration, which are larger than pH changes owing to ocean acidification (OA) projected for surface ocean waters by 2100. We investigated whether mimicry of biologically mediated diurnal shifts in pH-based for the first time on pH time-series measurements within a kelp forest-would offset or amplify the negative effects of OA on calcifiers. In a 40-day laboratory experiment, the calcifying...

Dead Sea lake level (Series B)

Nicolas Waldmann, Adi Torfstein & Mordechai Stein

Length changes of Austrian glaciers 2012/2013

Andrea Fischer

Stable isotope ratios of foraminifera from Hole 104-642B

Kyaw Winn
Specimens picked by Dorothee Spiegler. Isotope data measured by Kyaw Winn in 1988 with the CARBO KIEL Massenspectrometer Finnigan MAT 251, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany.

Stable isotope ratios on bolboforma from Hole 104-642C

Kyaw Winn
Specimens picked by Dorothee Spiegler. Isotope data measured by Kyaw Winn in 1986-1988 with the CARBO KIEL Massenspectrometer Finnigan MAT 251, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany.

(Table S1) Element/Al ratios and element enrichment factors of the black shales of ODP Site 207-1260

Álvaro Jiménez Berrocosco, Kenneth G MacLeod, Stephen E Calvert & Javier Elorza
DEPTH, sediment [m] is given in mbsf.

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