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Probability inundation map for a scenario combining storm surge and sea-level rise, supplement to: Leon, Javier X; Heuvelink, Gerard B M; Phinn, Stuart R (2014): Incorporating DEM uncertainty in coastal inundation mapping. PLoS ONE, 9(9), e108727

Javier X Leon, Gerard B M Heuvelink & Stuart R Phinn
Coastal managers require reliable spatial data on the extent and timing of potential coastal inundation, particularly in a changing climate. Most sea level rise (SLR) vulnerability assessments are undertaken using the easily implemented bathtub approach, where areas adjacent to the sea and below a given elevation are mapped using a deterministic line dividing potentially inundated from dry areas. This method only requires elevation data usually in the form of a digital elevation model (DEM). However,...

Biochar and compost effects on mobility of Cu and other soil parameters and plant growth, supplement to: Jones, Sarah; Bardos, Paul; Kidd, Petra S; Mench, Michel; de Leij, Frans; Hutchings, Tony; Cundy, Andrew; Joyce, Chris; Soja, Gerhard; Friesl-Hanl, Wolfgang; Herzig, Rolf; Menger, Pierre (2015): Biochar and compost amendments enhance copper immobilisation and support plant growth in a contaminated soil. Journal of Environmental Management, 171, 101-112

Sarah Jones, Paul Bardos, Petra S Kidd, Michel Mench, Frans de Leij, Tony Hutchings, Andrew Cundy, Chris Joyce, Gerhard Soja, Wolfgang Friesl-Hanl, Rolf Herzig & Pierre Menger
A pot experiment was conducted to determine the effects of three biochars and compost on plant growth and the immobilisation of Cu in a contaminated soil obtained from a former wood preservation site in the Gironde County Saint Médard d'Eyrans, France (N 44° 43.353, W 0° 30.938). To assess Cu mobility, amended soils were analysed using CaCl**2 leaching tests pre- and post-incubation, and post-growth. Amended and unamended soils were planted with sunflower, and the resulting...

Histological structure of the facial skin in the bald uakari (Cacajao calvus), compared to other non-red Neotropical primates, supplement to: Mayor, Pedro; Mamani, J; Montes, D; González-Crespo, C; Sebastián, M A; Bowler, M (2015): Proximate causes of the red face of the bald uakari monkey (Cacajao calvus). Royal Society Open Science, 2(7), 150145

Pedro Mayor
In social species, such as primates, facial appearances transmit a variety of social signals. Although it is suggested that the intense red colour of the face of the bald uakari monkey might be an indicator of health, this hypothesis still has not been verified. This study describes the histological structure of the skin of the face in the bald uakari, compared with other non-red neotropical primates, to better understand the maintenance of its colour. The...

AFLP data based on presence (1) and absence (0) of AFLP loci (A4-F171) in Gonyostomum semen, supplement to: Sassenhagen, Ingrid; Sefbom, Josefin; Säll, Torbjörn; Godhe, Anna; Rengefors, Karin (2015): Freshwater protists do not go with the flow: population structure in Gonyostomum semen independent of connectivity among lakes. Environmental Microbiology, 17(12), 5063-5072

Ingrid Sassenhagen
Many recent studies have found genetically differentiated populations in microorganisms despite potentially high dispersal. We designed a study to specifically examine the importance of physical dispersal barriers, i.e. geographic distance and lack of hydrological connectivity, in restricting gene flow and enhancing divergence in limnic microorganisms. We focused on the nuisance microalga Gonyostomum semen, which has recently expanded in northern Europe and differentiated into genetically distinct populations. Gonyostomum semen was sampled from six lakes distributed in...

Couplet thickness data from sediment core SL-01-RS

Marcus Kochhann

X-ray fluorescence data from sediment core SL-01-RS

Marcus Kochhann

Seawater carbonate chemistry and embryo survival, larval survival, size at hatch and post-larval growth rates of coastal forage fish, Menidia menidia

Emma L Cross, Christopher S Murray & Hannes Baumann
Coastal ecosystems experience substantial natural fluctuations in pCO2 and dissolved oxygen (DO) conditions on diel, tidal, seasonal and interannual timescales. Rising carbon dioxide emissions and anthropogenic nutrient input are expected to increase these pCO2 and DO cycles in severity and duration of acidification and hypoxia. How coastal marine organisms respond to natural pCO2 * DO variability and future climate change remains largely unknown. Here, we assess the impact of static and cycling pCO2 * DO...

(Table T4) Headspace gas concentrations of hydrocarbons, Holes U1329C and U1329E

Michael Riedel
C1 (mmol/l)=dissolved residual methane obtained by the headspace equilibration method

(Table 1) Rare earth element content in pore fluid of IODP Sites 311-U1325 and 311-U1329

Ji-Hoon Kim, Marta E Torres, Brian A Haley, Miriam Kastner, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Young-Joo Lee

(Table 1) Results of core-NCR (Non-Contact Resistivity) data analyses from ODP Leg 204, supplement to: Riedel, Michael; Long, Philip E; Collett, Tim S (2006): Estimates of in situ gas hydrate concentration from resistivity monitoring of gas hydrate bearing sediments during temperature equilibration. Marine Geology, 227(3-4), 215-225

Michael Riedel, Philip E Long & Tim S Collett
As part of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 204 at southern Hydrate Ridge off Oregon we have monitored changes in sediment electrical resistivity during controlled gas hydrate dissociation experiments. Two cores were used, each filled with gas hydrate bearing sediments(predominantly mud/silty mud). One core was from Site 1249 (1249F-9H3), 42.1 m below seafloor (mbsf) and the other from Site 1248 (1248C-4X1), 28.8 mbsf. At Site 1247, a third experiment was conducted on a core without gas...

Sedimentology and gas hydrates of IODP Expedition 311 samples, supplement to: Torres, Marta E; Tréhu, Anne M; Cespedes, N; Kastner, Miriam; Wortmann, Ulrich G; Kim, Jung-Hyun; Long, Philip E; Malinverno, Alberto; Pohlman, John W; Riedel, Michael; Collett, Tim S (2008): Methane hydrate formation in turbidite sediments of northern Cascadia, IODP Expedition 311. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 271(1-4), 170-180

Marta E Torres, Anne M Tréhu, N Cespedes, Miriam Kastner, Ulrich G Wortmann, Jung-Hyun Kim, Philip E Long, Alberto Malinverno, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Tim S Collett
Expedition 311 of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) to northern Cascadia recovered gas-hydrate bearing sediments along a SW-NE transect from the first ridge of the accretionary margin to the eastward limit of gas-hydrate stability. In this study we contrast the gas gas-hydrate distribution from two sites drilled ~ 8 km apart in different tectonic settings. At Site U1325, drilled on a depositional basin with nearly horizontal sedimentary sequences, the gas-hydrate distribution shows a trend...

(Table T3) Concentrations of solutes in interstitial waters, IODP Expedition 311 Site U1329

Michael Riedel
311-U1329E-3H-1,135-150=no interstitial water squeezed because of poor quality of sample

(Table 2) Rare earth element content in sediments of IODP Sites 311-U1325 and 311-U1329

Ji-Hoon Kim, Marta E Torres, Brian A Haley, Miriam Kastner, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Young-Joo Lee

(Appendix A) Gas hydrate anundance in samples of different lithologies of IODP Site 311-U1326

Marta E Torres, Anne M Tréhu, N Cespedes, Miriam Kastner, Ulrich G Wortmann, Jung-Hyun Kim, Philip E Long, Alberto Malinverno, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Tim S Collett

M143 raw data of EM710 multibeam echosounder (bathymetry, beam time series & water column data)

Michael Riedel
Multibeam echosounder (MBES) data recorded during RV METEOR cruise M143 between 12.12.2017 and 22.12.2017 in the Black Sea. The expedition aimed to investigate possible areas of seafloor depressions and slope failure along the shallow part of the Black Sea margin in the Danube Delta by bathymetry mapping and water column observation. A second emphasis is on collecting 38 kHz echosounder data in combination with multibeam water column images for quantification of gas emissions. CI Citation:...

(Table S1) Earthquakes detected in RSAM and BPR record with date and time, magnitude and location with distance to sonar-site, supplement to: Römer, Miriam; Riedel, Michael; Scherwath, Martin; Heesemann, Martin; Spence, George D (2016): Tidally controlled gas bubble emissions: A comprehensive study using long-term monitoring data from the NEPTUNE cabled observatory offshore Vancouver Island. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 17(9), 3797-3814

Miriam Römer, Michael Riedel, Martin Scherwath, Martin Heesemann & George D Spence
Long-term monitoring over 1 year revealed high temporal variability of gas emissions at a cold seep in 1250 m water depth offshore Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Data from the North East Pacific Time series Underwater Networked Experiment observatory operated by Ocean Networks Canada were used. The site is equipped with a 260 kHz Imagenex sonar collecting hourly data, conductivity-temperature-depth sensors, bottom pressure recorders, current meter, and an ocean bottom seismograph. This enables correlation of the...

M143 raw data of EM122 multibeam echosounder (bathymetry, beam time series & water column data)

Michael Riedel
Multibeam echosounder (MBES) data recorded during RV METEOR cruise M143 between 12.12.2017 and 22.12.2017 in the Black Sea. The expedition aimed to investigate possible areas of seafloor depressions and slope failure along the shallow part of the Black Sea margin in the Danube Delta by bathymetry mapping and water column observation. A second emphasis is on collecting 38 kHz echosounder data in combination with multibeam water column images for quantification of gas emissions. CI Citation:...

(Table 2) Mineral composition of selected coarse-grained samples from IODP Site 311-U1326

Marta E Torres, Anne M Tréhu, N Cespedes, Miriam Kastner, Ulrich G Wortmann, Jung-Hyun Kim, Philip E Long, Alberto Malinverno, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Tim S Collett
<1 = trace

(Appendix A) Gas hydrate abundance in samples of different lithologies of IODP Site 311-U1325

Marta E Torres, Anne M Tréhu, N Cespedes, Miriam Kastner, Ulrich G Wortmann, Jung-Hyun Kim, Philip E Long, Alberto Malinverno, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Tim S Collett

(Table 2) Mineral composition of selected coarse-grained samples from IODP Site 311-U1325

Marta E Torres, Anne M Tréhu, N Cespedes, Miriam Kastner, Ulrich G Wortmann, Jung-Hyun Kim, Philip E Long, Alberto Malinverno, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Tim S Collett
<1 = trace

Sediment and pore fluid chemistry for IODP Sites 311-U1325 and 311-U1329, supplement to: Kim, Ji-Hoon; Torres, Marta E; Haley, Brian A; Kastner, Miriam; Pohlman, John W; Riedel, Michael; Lee, Young-Joo (2012): The effect of diagenesis and fluid migration on rare earth element distribution in pore fluids of the northern Cascadia accretionary margin. Chemical Geology, 291, 152-165

Ji-Hoon Kim, Marta E Torres, Brian A Haley, Miriam Kastner, John W Pohlman, Michael Riedel & Young-Joo Lee
Analytical challenges in obtaining high quality measurements of rare earth elements (REEs) from small pore fluid volumes have limited the application of REEs as deep fluid geochemical tracers. Using a recently developed analytical technique, we analyzed REEs from pore fluids collected from Sites U1325 and U1329, drilled on the northern Cascadia margin during the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 311, to investigate the REE behavior during diagenesis and their utility as tracers of deep...

(Table 1) Magnetic viscosity coefficient, VRM and NRM of DSDP Hole 6-57, supplement to: Lowrie, William (1973): Viscous remanent magnetization in oecanic basalts. Nature, 243(5401), 27-29

William Lowrie
THE magnetic properties of the basalts which form layer 2 of the oceanic lithosphere are important because of their relevance to the hypothesis (Vine and Matthews, 1963, doi:10.1038/199947a0) of seafloor spreading. Most studies of these magnetic properties have been carried out on basalts obtained from dredge hauls taken predominantly from ocean ridge systems and fracture zones. These constitute special areas of the oceanic crust where the sediment cover is negligible. It is of interest to...

Spacing and amplitude of IR temperature anomalies and hydrate content of sediments from ODP Leg 304 sites (Table 1), supplement to: Tréhu, Anne M; Long, Philip E; Torres, Marta E; Bohrmann, Gerhard; Rack, Frank R; Collett, Tim S; Goldberg, D S; Milkov, Alexei V; Riedel, Michael; Schultheiss, P; Bangs, N L; Barr, Samantha R; Borowski, Walter S; Claypool, George E; Delwiche, Mark E; Dickens, Gerald Roy; Gràcia, Eulàlia; Guerin, Gilles; Holland, M; Johnson, J E; Lee, Young-Joo; Liu, C-S; Su, Xin; Teichert, Barbara M A; Tomaru, Hitoshi; Vanneste, M; Watanabe, Mahito; Weinberger, J L (2004): Three-dimensional distribution of gas hydrate beneath southern Hydrate Ridge: constraints from ODP Leg 204. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 222(3-4), 845-862

Anne M Tréhu, Philip E Long, Marta E Torres, Gerhard Bohrmann, Frank R Rack, Tim S Collett, D S Goldberg, Alexei V Milkov, Michael Riedel, P Schultheiss, N L Bangs, Samantha R Barr, Walter S Borowski, George E Claypool, Mark E Delwiche, Gerald Roy Dickens, Eulàlia Gràcia, Gilles Guerin, M Holland, J E Johnson, Young-Joo Lee, C-S Liu, Xin Su, Barbara M A Teichert, Hitoshi Tomaru … & J L Weinberger
Large uncertainties about the energy resource potential and role in global climate change of gas hydrates result from uncertainty about how much hydrate is contained in marine sediments. During Leg 204 of the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) to the accretionary complex of the Cascadia subduction zone, we sampled the gas hydrate stability zone (GHSZ) from the seafloor to its base in contrasting geological settings defined by a 3D seismic survey. By integrating results from different...

Model simulations of satellite data products from OC-CCI, SynSenPFT, OC-PFT and PhytoDOAS assimilated in to MITgcm-REcoM, links to simulation results in NetCDF format

Himansu Kesari Pradhan & Lars Nerger
Satellite data products are assimilated to MITgcm-REcoM coupled model for the year 2008 and 2009 in a global configuration. The model simulation uses PDAF an assimilation framework for data assimilation in a five day forecast-analysis cycle. Small Phytoplankton and diatoms were assimilated from SynsenPFT, OC-PFT and PhytoDOAS data while total chlorophyll from OC-CCI was assimilated into the coupled model. Simulation data without assimilation called as “Free run” is also available here.

Assimilation of global total chlorophyll OC-CCI data from 2008 and 2009 to MITgcm-REcoM, links to simulation results in NetCDF format, supplement to: Pradhan, Himansu Kesari; Völker, Christoph; Losa, Svetlana; Bracher, Astrid; Nerger, Lars (2019): Assimilation of Global Total Chlorophyll OC-CCI Data and Its Impact on Individual Phytoplankton Fields. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124(1), 470-490

Himansu Kesari Pradhan & Lars Nerger
Total chlorophyll data satellite data is assimilated to MITgcm-REcoM in a global configuration for the year 2008 and 2009. The results of the simulation for Small Phytoplankton, Diatoms, Nutrients and Zooplankton for the 'assimilation run' and 'free run' are presented here. The correlation for Small Phytoplankton and Diatoms with respect to total chlorophyll are also included.

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