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Profile of sediment echo sounding during POLARSTERN cruise PS111 with links to ParaSound data files

Jan Erik Arndt & Frank Niessen
File format description see: Data Acquisition of ATLAS PARASTORE, Atlas Hydrographic (2007), Operator Manual ATLAS PARASTORE, Doc. Id.: ED 6006 G 212:/Version: 4.0/Edition: 05/2007, hdl:10013/epic.35589.d001

(Table CT2) Sample X-ray fluorescence data of IODP Hole 313-M0028A

Jenny Inwood, A McGrath, S Morgan, Michael J Norry, S Davies & H Foster
* = values approach the noise level or are inappropriate for analysis for other reasons.

(Table BT1) X-ray fluorescence data of IODP Hole 313-M0027A

Jenny Inwood, A McGrath, S Morgan, Michael J Norry, S Davies & H Foster

Depth integrated nitrogen fixation from the northern Benguela upwelling system during METEOR cruise M103/2

Norbert Wasmund
Nitrogen fixation data from the cruise number M103/2 with research vessel "Meteor" from 21.01.-11.02.2014 (second leg from Walvis Bay to Walvis Bay) in front of Namibia. Samples taken by CTD- rosette sampler from different depths and incubated in glass bottles (535 ml) at light intensities that resemble the in situ light intensities of the sampling depth after 15N2 gas was injected to the sample. After the incubation time of 24 hours, the complete bottle content...

Chlorophyll pigments from the Namibian upwelling system during Maria S. Merain cruise MSM17/3

Norbert Wasmund
Geocode DEPTH, water is the mid depth of the range. Procedure as described by Wasmund et al. (2006, http://www.iopan.gda.pl/oceanologia/481wasmu.pdf). However, a new fluorometer was used which measured according to the principle of Welschmeyer (1994, doi:10.4319/lo.1994.39.8.1985). Therefore, the chlorophyll a data were corrected for chlorophyll b, but not for pheopigments. This procedure is also recommended by HELCOM (2014, http://www.helcom.fi/Documents/Action%20areas/Monitoring%20and%20assessment/Manuals%20and%20Guidelines/Manual%20for%20Marine%20Monitoring%20in%20the%20COMBINE%20Programme%20of%20HELCOM.pdf).

Ichthyoplankton density and zooplankton biomass in the Benguela upwelling system during AFR258 in December 2009

Werner Ekau, Simon Geist & Stefanie Bröhl
IIchthyoplankton density (fish eggs and larvae) and bulk zooplankton biomass in December 2009 were determined for 22 stations in the Benguela upwelling system, based on oblique Multinet hauls during the FRS Africana cruise AFR258. A HYDROBIOS Multinet, type Midi (0.25 m**2 mouth area) was equipped with five nets of 500 µm-mesh size, temperature and oxygen probes, and an inner and outer flow meter to monitor the net's trajectory (for volume filtered calculations) as well as...

Ichthyoplankton density and zooplankton biomass in the Benguela upwelling system during MSM19/1b in October 2011

Werner Ekau, Simon Geist & Stefanie Bröhl
Ichthyoplankton density (fish eggs and larvae) and bulk zooplankton biomass in October 2011 were determined for 22 stations in the northern Benguela upwelling system, based on oblique Multinet hauls during the FS Maria S. Merian MSM19/1b cruise. A HYDROBIOS Multinet, type Midi (0.25 m**2 mouth area) was equipped with five nets of 500 µm-mesh size, temperature and oxygen probes, and an inner and outer flow meter to monitor the net's trajectory (for volume filtered calculations)...

Physical oceanography from CTD measured in September 2013 during METEOR expedition M100/1

Volker Mohrholz & Martin Schmidt

Nutrients in porewater from the Namibian Shelf during MSM17/3 in January and February 2011

Andreas Neumann & Niko Lahajnar

pCO2 underway data from the Benguela Upwelling System in southeastern South Atlantic Ocean along Maria S. Merian cruise track MSM07/2b

Kay-Christian Emeis

Nitrogen in porewater from the Namibian Shelf during MSM17/3 in January and February 2011

Andreas Neumann & Niko Lahajnar

Continuous thermosalinograph oceanography along Heincke cruise track HE530

Eva-Maria Brodte & Gerd Rohardt

Nitrous Oxide Measurements SO243, supplement to: Ji, Q; Altabet, Mark A; Bange, Hermann Werner; Graco, Michelle; Ma, Xiao; Arévalo-Martínez, Damian L; Grundle, Damian (2019): Investigating the effect of El Niño on nitrous oxide distribution in the eastern tropical South Pacific. Biogeosciences, 16(9), 2079-2093

Damian L Arévalo-Martínez, Xiao Ma, Mingshuang Sun & Hermann Werner Bange
The open ocean is a major source of nitrous oxide (N2O), an atmospheric trace gas attributable to global warming and ozone depletion. Intense sea-to-air N2O fluxes occur in major oceanic upwelling regions such as the eastern tropical South Pacific (ETSP). The ETSP is influenced by the El Niño–Southern Oscillation that leads to inter-annual variations in physical, chemical, and biological properties in the water column. In October 2015, a strong El Niño event was developing in...

Chlorophyll a measured on water bottle samples during POLARSTERN cruise PS94 (ARK-XXIX/3)

Eva-Maria Nöthig, Imke Petersen, Franz Schröter & Christiane Lorenzen

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/2 at station M103/2_118

Herbert Siegel, Juliane Brust-Möbius, Thomas Ohde & Monika Gerth
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/2 at station M103/2_123

Herbert Siegel, Juliane Brust-Möbius, Thomas Ohde & Monika Gerth
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 018

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 020

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 043

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 061

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Profiles of downward irradiance and upward radiance during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 009

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
Vertical profiles of downward irradiance Ed (z,lambda) and upward radiance Lu (z,lambda) were determined with Satlantic profiler (SPMR-SeaWiFS Profiling Multichannel Radiometer). Profiles were covered in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Profiles of downward irradiance and upward radiance during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 043

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
Vertical profiles of downward irradiance Ed (z,lambda) and upward radiance Lu (z,lambda) were determined with Satlantic profiler (SPMR-SeaWiFS Profiling Multichannel Radiometer). Profiles were covered in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during METEOR cruise M103/2 at station M103/2_131

Herbert Siegel, Juliane Brust-Möbius, Thomas Ohde & Monika Gerth
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Profiles of downward irradiance and upward radiance during METEOR cruise M103/2 at station 114

Herbert Siegel, Juliane Brust-Möbius, Thomas Ohde & Monika Gerth
Vertical profiles of downward irradiance Ed (z,lambda) and upward radiance Lu (z,lambda) were determined with Satlantic profiler (SPMR-SeaWiFS Profiling Multichannel Radiometer). Profiles were covered in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

Profiles of downward irradiance and upward radiance during METEOR cruise M103/1 at station 020

Herbert Siegel, Thomas Ohde, Monika Gerth & Juliane Brust-Möbius
Vertical profiles of downward irradiance Ed (z,lambda) and upward radiance Lu (z,lambda) were determined with Satlantic profiler (SPMR-SeaWiFS Profiling Multichannel Radiometer). Profiles were covered in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.

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