Magnetic susceptibility (MS) measurements on the Sancerre (France) drill-core, supplement to: Boulila, Slah; Galbrun, Bruno; Huret, Emilia; Hinnov, Linda A; Rouget, Isabelle; Gardin, Silvia; Bartolini, Annachiara (2014): Astronomical calibration of the Toarcian Stage: Implications for sequence stratigraphy and duration of the early Toarcian oceanic anoxic event (OAE). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 386, 98-111Slah Boulila, Bruno Galbrun, Emilia Huret, Linda A Hinnov, Isabelle Rouget, Silvia Gardin & Annachiara Bartolini
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE) of the early Jurassic period involves one of the largest perturbations of the carbon cycle in the past 250 Ma, recorded by a pronounced negative carbon-isotope excursion (CIE). Numerous studies have focused on potential causes of the T-OAE and CIE, but are hampered by an uncertain timescale. Here we present high-resolution (~2 kyr) magnetic susceptibility (MS) measurements from the marine marls of the Sancerre-Couy drill-core, southern Paris Basin, spanning...
(Table 1) Climate characteristics of the four North American Tundra Experiment (ITEX) sites, supplement to: Oberbauer, Steven F; Tweedie, Craig E; Welker, Jeff M; Fahnestock, Jace T; Henry, Gregory HR; Webber, Patrick J; Hollister, Robert D; Walker, Marilyn D; Kuchy, Andrea; Elmore, Elizabeth; Starr, Gregory (2007): Tundra CO2 fluxes in response to experimental warming across latitudinal and moisture gradients. Ecological Monographs, 77(2), 221-238Steven F Oberbauer, Craig E Tweedie, Jeff M Welker, Jace T Fahnestock, Gregory HR Henry, Patrick J Webber, Robert D Hollister, Marilyn D Walker, Andrea Kuchy, Elizabeth Elmore & Gregory Starr
Climate warming is expected to differentially affect CO2 exchange of the diverse ecosystems in the Arctic. Quantifying responses of CO2 exchange to warming in these ecosystems will require coordinated experimentation using standard temperature manipulations and measurements. Here, we used the International Tundra Experiment (ITEX) standard warming treatment to determine CO2 flux responses to growing-season warming for ecosystems spanning natural temperature and moisture ranges across the Arctic biome. We used the four North American Arctic ITEX...
LGM, planktic foraminifera (EPILOG version), supplement to: Niebler, Hans-Stefan; Arz, Helge W; Donner, Barbara; Mulitza, Stefan; Pätzold, Jürgen; Wefer, Gerold (2003): Sea surface temperatures in the equatorial and South Atlantic Ocean during the Last Glacial Maximum (23–19 ka). Paleoceanography, 18(3), 1069Hans-Stefan Niebler, Helge W Arz, Barbara Donner, Stefan Mulitza, Jürgen Pätzold & Gerold Wefer
 We used planktic foraminiferal assemblages in 70 sediment cores from the tropical and subtropical South Atlantic Ocean (10°N–37°S) to estimate annual mean sea surface temperatures (SSTs) and seasonality for the Last Glacial Maximum with a modified version of the Imbrie-Kipp transfer function method (IKTF) that takes into account the abundance of rare but temperature sensitive species. In contrast to CLIMAP Project Members , the reconstructed SSTs indicate cooler glacial SSTs in the entire tropical/subtropical...
Detailed bathymetric maps of the Mid Atlantic Ridge between 14°45N und 15°05N, expedition M60/3 (HYDROMAR I)Roger Hekinian & Thomas Kuhn
Large and small scale bathymetric maps (Hydrosweep) of the M60/3 working areas and the Logatchev hydrothermal field.
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