8,047 Works

Documentation of sediment core GeoB7806-1

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt

Radiocarbon age of multicorer GeoB7804-4, tube 1

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt

Grayscale data of multicorer GeoB7804-4, tube 2

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt
Depth sediment 19.19 cm - 28.91 cm: hiatus due to turbidite

Grayscale data of multicorer GeoB7805-1, tube 1

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt
Depth sediment 10.87 cm - 18.21 cm: hiatus due to turbidite

End member analysis of multicorer GeoB7805-1, tube 2

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt
Depth sediment 6.75 cm - 13.75 cm: hiatus due to turbidite

Radionuclides of multicore GeoB7804-4

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt

Color data of sediment core GeoB10818-2

Dierk Hebbeln

Color data of sediment core GeoB10823-2

Dierk Hebbeln

Radiocarbon age of surface sediment samples from the southern Florida Straits

Johanna Schwarz
Corrected pMC indicate the percent modern (1950) carbon corrected from fractionation using 13C measurement.

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1842-04-21

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1843-09-21

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1844-03-21

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Magnetic storm observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1841-10-25

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of magnetic storms recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in 1839-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The data set contains variation of declination [min] and horizontal magnetic field [nT] of 73 magnetic storms with the magnitudes being of at least a moderate level completed with the baseline of declination [deg] and baseline of horizontal megnetic field [nT]. All...

Magnetic storm observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1841-12-08

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of magnetic storms recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in 1839-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The data set contains variation of declination [min] and horizontal magnetic field [nT] of 73 magnetic storms with the magnitudes being of at least a moderate level completed with the baseline of declination [deg] and baseline of horizontal megnetic field [nT]. All...

Magnetic storm observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1842-03-16

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of magnetic storms recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in 1839-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The data set contains variation of declination [min] and horizontal magnetic field [nT] of 73 magnetic storms with the magnitudes being of at least a moderate level completed with the baseline of declination [deg] and baseline of horizontal megnetic field [nT]. All...

Magnetic storm observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1842-04-20

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of magnetic storms recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in 1839-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The data set contains variation of declination [min] and horizontal magnetic field [nT] of 73 magnetic storms with the magnitudes being of at least a moderate level completed with the baseline of declination [deg] and baseline of horizontal megnetic field [nT]. All...

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1840-07-23

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1840-03-19

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Documentation of multicorer GeoB7806-2, tube 1, tube 2 and tube 3

Ismene A Seeberg-Elverfeldt

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1842-06-23

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

Term-day magnetic observations from the Prague-Clementinum observatory on 1843-05-27

Pavel Hejda, Miloš Revallo & Fridrich Valach
Data of term-day observations recorded at the Prague-Clementinum observatory in years 1840-1849 are presented. The data were obtained by digitising and processing the original old records published in the yearbooks of this historical observatory. The term-day observations had been agreed for joint measurements by the observatories organised in the Göttingen Magnetic Union (GMU). Data of 120 term-days from January 1840 to December 1849 are published. The observations started at 10 p.m. of Göttingen Mean Time...

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  • GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
    28
  • Institut für Geowissenschaften, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel
    17
  • Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven
    9
  • University of Iowa
    7
  • Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg
    6
  • University of Duisburg-Essen
    4
  • Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut
    3
  • Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen, Germany
    2
  • IFM-GEOMAR Leibniz-Institute of Marine Sciences, Kiel University
    2
  • Alfred Wegener Institute - Research Unit Potsdam
    2