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Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from historical object sample IB21210-3

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species ABAL; No of rings 59; Begin 1629; End 1687

Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample IB20559-25

Hans-Jürgen Bleyer
Species QUSP; No of rings 65; Begin 1200; End 1264

Ar and U-Th-Pb age determinations for minerals from ODP Holes of ODP Legs 173 and 210, supplement to: Jagoutz, Oliver; Müntener, Othmar; Manatschal, Gianreto; Rubatto, Daniela; Péron-Pinvidic, Gwenn; Turrin, Brent D; Villa, Igor M (2007): The rift-to-drift transition in the North Atlantic: A stuttering start of the MORB machine? Geology, 35(12), 1087-1090

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa
We report U-Pb and 39Ar-40Ar measurements on plutonic rocks recovered from the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Legs 173 and 210. Drilling revealed continental crust (Sites 1067 and 1069) and exhumed mantle (Sites 1070 and 1068) along the Iberia margin and exhumed mantle (Site 1277) on the conjugate Newfoundland margin. Our data record a complex igneous and thermal history related to the transition from rifting to seafloor spreading. The results show that the rift-to-drift transition is...

(Table 2) Ar-Ar results for minerals from ODP Hole 173-1070A

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 1) 39Ar-40Ar age determinations for minerals from ODP Hole 210-1277

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 1) 39Ar-40Ar age determinations for minerals from ODP Hole 173-1070

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 2) Ar-Ar results for minerals from ODP Hole 173-1067A

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 3) U-Th-Pb analyses of zircons from ODP sample 210-1277-9R-7,50-53

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 2) Ar-Ar results for minerals from ODP Hole 173-1069A

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

(Table 2) Ar-Ar results for minerals from ODP Hole 173-1068A

Oliver Jagoutz, Othmar Müntener, Gianreto Manatschal, Daniela Rubatto, Gwenn Péron-Pinvidic, Brent D Turrin & Igor M Villa

Seawater carbonate chemistry in the Bay of Villefranche, Point B (France), January 2007 - December 2018

Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Samir Alliouane & Laure Mousseau
Contribution to the SOMLIT Service dObservation en Milieu LITtoral project (http://somlit.epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr/fr/). The Villefranche SOMLIT technical team includes: Passafiume, Ornella; Petit, Franck; De Lary, Hortense; Durozier, Maia. Last updated 31 December 2019.

Particle flux in the NE Atlantic as recorded by sediment traps, supplement to: Lampitt, Richard Stephen; Bett, Brian J; Kiriakoulakis, Kostas; Popova, E E; Ragueneau, Olivier; Vangriesheim, Annick; Wolff, George A (2001): Material supply to the abyssal seafloor in the Northeast Atlantic. Progress in Oceanography, 50(1-4), 27-63

Richard Stephen Lampitt, Brian J Bett, Kostas Kiriakoulakis, E E Popova, Olivier Ragueneau, Annick Vangriesheim & George A Wolff
Downward particle flux was measured using sediment traps at various depths over the Porcupine Abyssal Plain (water depth ab. 4850 m) for prolonged periods from 1989 to 1999. A strong seasonal pattern of flux was evident reaching a maximum in mid-summer. The composition of the material changed with depth, reflecting the processes of remineralisation and dissolution as the material sank through the water column. However, there was surprisingly little seasonal variation in its composition to...

The Global Plankton Database: an inventory and data from the Former Soviet Union expeditions

Sergey Piontkovski, E A Agafonov, Akhundova, A I Akimov, N V Aladin, Dennis Altukhov, N I Andreev, O V Babanazarova, G B Babayev, I P Baksheeva, E P Baldina, Kyanish S Balymbetov, Y M Belyakov, U M Belyakov, O M Belyakova, Lev Berg, A A Bezborodov, O K Bileva, N I Bobko, S G Boguslavsky, A R Boltachev, O G Buivolova, Z P Burlakova, L V Ctelmach, A F Danilenko … & S V Zhorov
At present time, there is a lack of knowledge on the interannual climate-related variability of zooplankton communities of the tropical Atlantic, central Mediterranean Sea, Caspian Sea, and Aral Sea, due to the absence of appropriate databases. In the mid latitudes, the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is the dominant mode of atmospheric fluctuations over eastern North America, the northern Atlantic Ocean and Europe. Therefore, one of the issues that need to be addressed through data synthesis...

(Fig. 6) Coral content of sediment core GeoB6728-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo
Area-data were transformed in weight percentage with an average coral density of 2.66 g/cm≈.

(Fig. 6) Coral content of sediment core GeoB6730-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo
Area-data were transformed in weight percentage with an average coral density of 2.66 g/cm≈.

(Fig. 6) Coral content of sediment core GeoB6729-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo
Area-data were transformed in weight percentage with an average coral density of 2.66 g/cm≈.

Stable oxygen isotope ratios of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma from sediment cores of the Norwegian Sea, supplement to: Kellogg, Thomas B; Duplessy, Jean-Claude; Shackleton, Nicholas J (1978): Planktonic foraminiferal and oxygen isotopic stratigraphy and paleoclimatology of Norwegian Sea deep-sea cores. Boreas, 7(1), 61-73

Thomas B Kellogg, Nicholas J Shackleton & Jean-Claude Duplessy
Three Norwegian Sea deep-sea cores, which penetrate to sediments at least 200,000 years old, were analyzed for oxygen isotope content, total calcium carbonate, and planktonic foraminifera. The oxygen isotopic stratigraphy was used to refine the time control for paleoclimatic and paleo-oceanographic events previously described for the region. Two pulses of relatively warm subpolar water entered the region between 124,000 B.P. and 115,000 B.P. (the last interglacial), and since about 13,000 B.P. The remaining portion of...

(Table 2) Age determination of sediment core GeoB6719-1

Andres Rüggeberg, Boris Dorschel, Wolf-Christian Dullo & Dierk Hebbeln
Analyses of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (either dextral or sinistral) size fraction 125-250 µm

(Table 3) Age determination of sediment core GeoB6729-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo
Analyses of Lophelia pertusa

(Table 2) Age determination of sediment core GeoB6725-1

Andres Rüggeberg, Boris Dorschel, Wolf-Christian Dullo & Dierk Hebbeln
Analyses of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (either dextral or sinistral) size fraction 125-250 µm

(Fig. 4) Grain size composition of sediment core GeoB6730-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg, Wolf-Christian Dullo & André Freiwald

XRF data of sediment core GeoB6728-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo

XRF data of sediment core GeoB6730-1

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo

Benthic foraminifera, stable isotope ratios and carbon concentrations of sediment cores from Propeller Mound and Porcupine Srabight, supplement to: Rüggeberg, Andres; Dullo, Wolf-Christian; Dorschel, Boris; Hebbeln, Dierk (2007): Environmental changes and growth history of a cold-water carbonate mound (Propeller Mound, Porcupine Seabight). International Journal of Earth Sciences, 96(1), 57-72

Andres Rüggeberg, Wolf-Christian Dullo, Boris Dorschel & Dierk Hebbeln
On- and off-mound sediment cores from Propeller Mound (Hovland Mound province, Porcupine Seabight) were analysed to understand better the evolution of a carbonate mound. The evaluation of benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the off-mound position helps to determine the changes of the environmental controls on Propeller Mound in glacial and interglacial times. Two different assemblages describe the Holocene and Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 2 and late MIS 3 (~31 kyr BP). The different assemblages are related...

Stable oxygen isotope ratios and grain size analyses of sediment cores from the Propeller Mound, Northeast Atlantic, supplement to: Dorschel, Boris; Hebbeln, Dierk; Rüggeberg, Andres; Dullo, Wolf-Christian; Freiwald, André (2005): Growth and Erosion of a Cold-Water Coral Covered Carbonate Mound in the Northeast Atlantic during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 233(1-2), 33-44

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf-Christian Dullo
The first detailed stratigraphic record from a deep-water carbonate mound in the Northeast Atlantic based on absolute datings (U/Th and AMS 14C) and stable oxygen isotope records reveals that its top sediment sequences are condensed by numerous hiatuses. According to stable isotope data, mainly sediments with an intermediate signal are preserved on the mound, while almost all fully glacial and interglacial sediments have either not been deposited or have been eroded later. The resulting hiatuses...

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