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Pollen spectra and relative pollen productivity estimates for common taxa of the northern Siberian Arctic, supplement to: Niemeyer, Bastian; Klemm, Juliane; Pestryakova, Ludmila A; Herzschuh, Ulrike (2015): Relative pollen productivity estimates for common taxa of the northern Siberian Arctic. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 221, 71-82

Bastian Niemeyer, Juliane Klemm, Ulrike Herzschuh & Ludmila A Pestryakova
Pollen productivity estimates (PPE) are used to quantitatively reconstruct variations in vegetation within a specific distance of the sampled pollen archive. Here, for the first time, PPEs from Siberia are presented. The study area (Khatanga region, Krasnoyarsk territory, Russia) is located in the Siberian Sub-arctic where Larixis the sole forest-line forming tree taxon. Pollen spectra from two different sedimentary environments, namely terrestrial mosses (n=16) and lakes (n=15, median radius ~100 m) and their surrounding vegetation...

Results of biological and geological bottom investigations carried out during Cruise 43 of R/V Akademik Kurchatov in the South Atlantic, supplement to: AK43 Team (1990): Biological and Geological Bottom Investigations in the South Atlantic. P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, USSR Academy of Sciences, Transactions, vol. 126. Nauka Publ. (Moscow); Vinogradova, N.G. (Ed.), 208 pp

Nina G Vinogradova
The book is devoted to investigations of benthic fauna and geology of the Southern Atlantic Ocean. These works have been carried out in terms of exploring biological structure of the ocean and are of great importance for development of this fundamental problem. They are based on material collected during Cruise 43 of R/V Akademik Kurchatov in 1985-1986 and Cruise 43 of R/V Dmitry Mendeleev in 1989. Problems of quantitative distribution, group composition and trophic structure...

Reconstruction of anthropogenic activites in sediments cores from the Eure River

Thomas Gardes, Maxime Debret, Yoann Copard, Edouard Patault, Thierry Winiarski, Anne-Lise Develle, Pierre Sabatier, André-Marie Dendievel, Brice Mourier, Stéphane Marcotte, Barbara Leroy & Florence Portet-Koltalo
We measured several sedimentological (Grain Size, Total Organic Carbon, Hydrogen Index (HI) Oxygen Index (OI), Magnetic Susceptibility, Spectrocolorimetry (Reflectance L* and Wavelengths), Short-lived radionuclides) and geochemical (XRF, Trace Metals concentrations) parameters along sediment cores collected in water-dependant areas (ponds) from the lower Eure River to reconstruct the anthropogenic activities that have occurred in the watershed since 1940s.

Multibeam data from the North Chilean marine forearc and adjacent oceanic Nazca Plate, supplement to: Geersen, Jacob; Ranero, César; Klaucke, Ingo; Behrmann, Jan Hinrich; Kopp, Heidrun; Tréhu, Anne M; Contreras-Reyes, Eduardo; Barckhausen, Udo; Reichert, Christian (2018): Active Tectonics of the North Chilean Marine Forearc and Adjacent Oceanic Nazca Plate. Tectonics, 37(11), 4194-4211

Jacob Geersen, Ingo Klaucke, Jan Hinrich Behrmann, Heidrun Kopp, Anne M Tréhu & Christian Reichert
Multibeam bathymetric data were acquired during R/V SONNE Cruises SO104, SO244, and R/V Marcus G. Langseth Cruise MGL1610. The datasets were individually processed and gridded with grid cell sizes of 75 m. For the combined grid, depth information from SO244 was used wherever possible. If no SO244 data were available, MGL1610 data were preferred over SO104 data.The backscatter data were collected during R/V SONNE Cruise SO244. For processing of the backscatter information, all data recorded...

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Ny-Ålesund (NYA), reference list of 269 datasets (1992-08 to 2014-12)

Marion Maturilli & Andreas Herber

Grain-size composition, XRF data, coarse bulk fraction (>150 μm) and isotopic record of benthic foraminifera (C.wuellestorfi) from gravity sediment cores during POSEIDON cruise POS457 at the Iceland-Faroe Ridge, supplement to: Mirzaloo, Maryam; Nürnberg, Dirk; Kienast, Markus; van der Lubbe, H J L (2019): Synchronous Changes in Sediment Transport and Provenance at the Iceland‐Faroe Ridge Linked to Millennial Climate Variability From 55 to 6 ka BP. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20(8), 4184-4201

Maryam Mirzaloo, Dirk Nürnberg, Markus Kienast & H J L van der Lubbe
We present lithogenic grain-size composition, high-resolution XRF bulk chemistry records, weighted coarse bulk fraction (>150 μm) and the isotopic record of benthic foraminifera (C.wuellestorfi) of gravity sediment cores P457-905 and P57-909 from the southwestern flank of the Iceland-Faroe Ridge.

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...

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...

Planktic foraminiferal test size and size normalised weight from IODP site U1313, ODP site 999 and DSDP site 610 during the Pliocene, supplement to: Todd, Chloe; Schmidt, Daniela N; Robinson, Marci M; De Schepper, Stijn (accepted): Planktic foraminiferal test size and weight response to the late Pliocene environment. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

Chloe Todd, Daniela N Schmidt, Marci M Robinson & Stijn De Schepper
Atmospheric carbon dioxide (pCO2atm) is impacting the ocean and marine organisms. To assess potential impacts of climate change on carbonate production in the open ocean, we measured size and weight of planktic foraminifers during the late Pliocene at pCO2atm concentrations comparable to today and temperatures 2 to 3 °C warmer. Size of all foraminifers was measured at Atlantic Ocean DSDP Site 610, ODP Site 999, and IODP Site U1313. Test size was smaller during the...

Carbon pools and fluxes measured during a field campaign conducted in 2010 on the Tibetan Plateau at Kema, supplement to: Ingrisch, Johannes; Biermann, Tobias; Seeber, Elke; Leipold, Thomas; Li, Maoshan; Ma, Yaoming; Xu, Xingliang; Miehe, Georg; Guggenberger, Georg; Foken, Thomas; Kuzyakov, Yakov (2015): Carbon pools and fluxes in a Tibetan alpine Kobresia pygmaea pasture partitioned by coupled eddy-covariance measurements and 13CO2 pulse labeling. Science of the Total Environment, 505, 1213-1224

Johannes Ingrisch, Tobias Biermann, Elke Seeber, Thomas Leipold, Maoshan Li, Yaoming Ma, Xingliang Xu, Georg Miehe, Georg Guggenberger, Thomas Foken & Yakov Kuzyakov
The Tibetan highlands host the largest alpine grassland ecosystems worldwide, bearing soils that store substantial stocks of carbon (C) that are very sensitive to land use changes. This study focuses on the cycling of photoassimilated C within a Kobresia pygmaea pasture, the dominating ecosystems on the Tibetan highlands. We investigated short-term effects of grazing cessation and the role of the characteristic Kobresia root turf on C fluxes and belowground C turnover. By combining eddy-covariance measurements...

West Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat driven by Holocene warm water incursions, supplementary data, supplement to: Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter; Smith, James A; Hodell, David A; Greaves, Mervyn; Poole, Christopher R; Kender, Sev; Williams, Mark; Andersen, Thorbjørn Joest; Jernas, Patrycja E; Elderfield, Henry; Klages, Johann Philipp; Roberts, Stephen J; Gohl, Karsten; Larter, Robert D; Kuhn, Gerhard (2017): West Antarctic Ice Sheet retreat driven by Holocene warm water incursions. Nature, 547(7661), 43-48

Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, James A Smith, David A Hodell, Mervyn Greaves, Christopher R Poole, Sev Kender, Mark Williams, Thorbjørn Joest Andersen, Patrycja E Jernas, Henry Elderfield, Johann Philipp Klages, Stephen J Roberts, Karsten Gohl, Robert D Larter & Gerhard Kuhn
Glaciological and oceanographic observations coupled with numerical models show that warm Circumpolar Deep Water (CDW) incursions onto the West Antarctic continental shelf cause melting of the undersides of floating ice shelves. Because these ice shelves buttress glaciers feeding into them, their ocean-induced thinning is driving Antarctic ice-sheet retreat today. Here we present a multi-proxy data based reconstruction of variability in CDW inflow to the Amundsen Sea sector, the most vulnerable part of the West Antarctic...

Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report, links to Global surface ozone datasets, supplement to: Schultz, Martin G; Schröder, Sabine; Lyapina, Olga; Cooper, Owen R; Galbally, Ian; Petropavlovskikh, Irina; von Schneidemesser, Erika; Tanimoto, Hiroshi; Elshorbany, Yasin; Naja, Manish; Seguel, Rodrigo J; Dauert, Ute; Eckhardt, Paul; Feigenspan, Stefan; Fiebig, Markus; Hjellbrekke, Anne-Gunn; Hong, You-Deog; Kjeld, Peter Christian; Koide, Hiroshi; Lear, Gary; Tarasick, David; Ueno, Mikio; Wallasch, Markus; Baumgardner, Darrel; Chuang, Ming-Tung; Gillett, Robert; Lee, Meehye; Molloy, Suzie; Moolla, Raeesa; Wang, Tao; Sharps, Katrina; Adame, Jose A; Ancellet, Gerard; Apadula, Francesco; Artaxo, Paulo; Barlasina, Maria E; Bogucka, Magdalena; Bonasoni, Paolo; Chang, Limseok; Colomb, Aurelie; Cuevas-Agulló, Emilio; Cupeiro, Manuel; Degorska, Anna; Ding, Aijun; Fröhlich, Marina; Frolova, Marina; Gadhavi, Harish; Gheusi, Francois; Gilge, Stefan; Gonzalez, Margarita Y; Gros, Valérie; Hamad, Samera H; Helmig, Detlev; Henriques, Diamantino; Hermansen, Ove; Holla, Robert; Hueber, Jacques; Im, Ulas; Jaffe, Daniel A; Komala, Ninong; Kubistin, Dagmar; Lam, Ka-Se; Laurila, Tuomas; Lee, Haeyoung; Levy, Ilan; Mazzoleni, Claudio; Mazzoleni, Lynn R; McClure-Begley, Audra; Mohamad, Maznorizan; Murovec, Marijana; Navarro-Comas, Monica; Nicodim, Florin; Parrish, David; Read, Katie A; Reid, Nick; Ries, Ludwig; Saxena, Pallavi; Schwab, James J; Scorgie, Yvonne; Senik, Irina; Simmonds, Peter; Sinha, Vinayak; Skorokhod, Andrey I; Spain, Gerard; Spangl, Wolfgang; Spoor, Ronald; Springston, Stephen R; Steer, Kelvyn; Steinbacher, Martin; Suharguniyawan, Eka; Torre, Paul; Trickl, Thomas; Weili, Lin; Weller, Rolf; Xu, Xiaobin; Xue, Likun; Zhiqiang, Ma (2017): Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Database and Metrics Data of Global Surface Ozone Observations. Elementa - Science of the Anthropocene, 5:58, 26 pp

Martin G Schultz, Sabine Schröder, Olga Lyapina, Owen R Cooper, Ian Galbally, Irina Petropavlovskikh, Erika von Schneidemesser, Hiroshi Tanimoto, Yasin Elshorbany, Manish Naja, Rodrigo J Seguel, Ute Dauert, Paul Eckhardt, Stefan Feigenspan, Markus Fiebig, Anne-Gunn Hjellbrekke, You-Deog Hong, Peter Christian Kjeld, Hiroshi Koide, Gary Lear, David Tarasick, Mikio Ueno, Markus Wallasch, Darrel Baumgardner, Ming-Tung Chuang … & Ma Zhiqiang
In support of the first Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report (TOAR) a relational database of global surface ozone observations has been developed and populated with hourly measurement data and enhanced metadata. A comprehensive suite of ozone metrics products including standard statistics, health and vegetation impact metrics, and trend information, are made available through a common data portal and a web interface. These data form the basis of the TOAR analyses focusing on human health, vegetation, and...

Iron limitation of microbial phosphorus acquisition from METEOR cruise M116, supplement to: Browning, Thomas; Achterberg, Eric Pieter; Yong, Jaw C; Rapp, Insa; Utermann, Caroline; Engel, Anja; Moore, C M (accepted): Iron limitation of microbial phosphorus acquisition in the tropical North Atlantic. Nature Communications, 8(1)

Thomas Browning, Eric Pieter Achterberg, Jaw C Yong, Insa Rapp, Caroline Utermann, Anja Engel & C M Moore
Here we demonstrate enhanced natural community APase activity following iron amendment within the low zinc and moderately low iron Western North Atlantic. In contrast we find no evidence for trace metal limitation of APase activity beneath the Saharan dust plume in the Eastern Atlantic. Such intermittent iron limitation of microbial phosphorus acquisition provides an additional facet in the argument for iron controlling the coupling between oceanic nitrogen and phosphorus cycles.

Measurements of Urban, Marine and Biogenic Air (MUMBA): characterisation of trace gases and aerosol at the urban, marine and biogenic interface in summer in Wollongong, Australia, supplement to: Paton-Walsh, Clare; Guérette, Elise-Andrée; Kubistin, Dagmar; Humphries, Ruhi; Wilson, Stephen R; Dominick, Doreena; Galbally, Ian; Buchholz, Rebecca R; Bhujel, Mahendra; Chambers, Scott; Cheng, Min; Cope, Martin; Davy, Perry; Emmerson, Kathryn; Griffith, David W T; Griffiths, Alan; Keywood, Melita; Lawson, Sarah; Molloy, Suzie; Rea, Geraldine; Selleck, Paul; Shi, Xue; Simmons, Jack; Velazco, Voltaire (2017): The MUMBA Campaign: Measurements of Urban, Marine and Biogenic Air. Earth System Science Data, 9(1), 349-362

Elise-Andrée Guérette, Clare Paton-Walsh, Dagmar Kubistin, Ruhi Humphries, Mahendra Bhujel, Rebecca R Buchholz, Scott Chambers, Min Cheng, Perry Davy, Doreena Dominick, Ian Galbally, David W T Griffith, Alan Griffiths, Melita Keywood, Sarah Lawson, Suzie Molloy, Paul Selleck, Jack Simmons & Stephen R Wilson
The Measurements of Urban, Marine and Biogenic Air (MUMBA) campaign took place in Wollongong, New South Wales (a small coastal city approximately 80 km south of Sydney, Australia), from 21st December 2012 to 15th February 2013. Instruments were deployed during MUMBA to measure the gaseous and aerosol composition of the atmosphere with the aim of providing a detailed characterisation of the complex environment of the ocean/forest/urban interface that could be used to test the skill...

Global Ocean Particulate Organic Carbon flux merged with satellite parameters, supplement to: Mouw, Colleen B; Barnett, Audrey; McKinley, Galen A; Gloege, Lucas; Pilcher, Darren (2016): Global ocean particulate organic carbon flux merged with satellite parameters. Earth System Science Data, 8(2), 531-541

Colleen B Mouw, Audrey Barnett, Galen A McKinley, Lucas Gloege & Darren Pilcher
The efficiency of the biological pump of carbon to the deep ocean depends largely on the biologically mediated export of carbon from the surface ocean and its remineralization with depth. Global satellite studies have primarily focused on chlorophyll concentration and net primary production (NPP) to understand the role of phytoplankton in these processes. Recent satellite retrievals of phytoplankton composition now allow for the size of phytoplankton cells to be considered. Here, we improve understanding of...

Scanning XRF elemental counts, quantitative elemental compositions, and foraminiferal δ¹⁸O of Santa Barbara Basin recent and Termination V (~424 ka) sediments, supplement to: Napier, Tiffany J; Hendy, Ingrid L; Hinnov, Linda A; Brown, Erik T; Shevenell, Amelia E (2018): Subtropical hydroclimate during Termination V (∼430-422 ka): Annual records of extreme precipitation, drought, and interannual variability from Santa Barbara Basin. Quaternary Science Reviews, 191, 73-88

Tiffany J Napier, Ingrid L Hendy, Linda A Hinnov, Erik T Brown & Amelia E Shevenell
Scanning XRF elemental count data for silicon, sulfur, potassium, calcium, titanium, iron, bromine, and coherent scatter from Santa Barbara Basin cores SPR0901-04BC, MV0508-33JPC, MV0508-21JPC, and MV0508-29JPC, measured by cumulative depth [cm] in cps using an ITRAX XRF core scanner. This has been divided into: core 04BC; intervals A, B, C, and D for 33JPC; C1, C2, and D for 21JPC; D for 29JPC; whole core 33JPC, and whole core 29JPC. The data set also contains...

Cyclostratigraphic calibration of the Famennian stage (Late Devonian, Illinois Basin, USA), supplement to: Pas, Damien; Hinnov, Linda A; Day, James E; Sinnesael, Matthias; Kodama, Kenneth; Liu, Wei (2018): Cyclostratigraphic calibration of the Famennian stage (Late Devonian, Illinois Basin, USA). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 488, 102-114

Damien Pas, Linda A Hinnov, James E Day, Matthias Sinnesael, Kenneth Kodama & Wei Liu
The Late Devonian biosphere was affected by two of the most severe biodiversity crises in Earth's history, the Kellwasser and Hangenberg events near the Frasnian–Famennian (F–F) and the Devonian–Carboniferous (D–C) boundaries, respectively. Current hypotheses for the causes of the Late Devonian extinctions are focused on climate changes and associated ocean anoxia. Testing these hypotheses has been impeded by a lack of sufficient temporal resolution in paleobiological, tectonic and climate proxy records. While there have been...

Geochemistry and age models of sediments from the Celtic margin, supplement to: Auffret, Gérard A; Zaragosi, Sebastien; Dennielou, Bernard; Cortijo, Elsa; Van Rooij, David; Grousset, Francis E; Pujol, Claude; Eynaud, Frédérique; Siegert, Martin J (2002): Terrigenous fluxes at the Celtic Margin during the last glacial cycle. Marine Geology, 188(1-2), 79-108

Gérard A Auffret, Sebastien Zaragosi, Bernard Dennielou, Elsa Cortijo, David Van Rooij, Francis E Grousset, Claude Pujol, Frédérique Eynaud & Martin J Siegert
The sedimentary sections of three cores from the Celtic margin provide high-resolution records of the terrigenous fluxes during the last glacial cycle. A total of 21 14C AMS dates allow us to define age models with a resolution better than 100 yr during critical periods such as Heinrich events 1 and 2. Maximum sedimentary fluxes occurred at the Meriadzek Terrace site during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Detailed X-ray imagery of core MD95-2002 from the...

Record of pollen, silt and greyscale stack from the Eifel Laminated Sediment Archive (ELSA), supplement to: Sirocko, Frank; Seelos, Klemens; Schaber, Katja; Rein, Bert; Dreher, Frank; Diehl, Markus; Lehne, Rouwen; Jäger, Knut; Krbetschek, Matthias R; Degering, Detlev (2005): A late eemian aridity pulse in central Europe during the last glacial inception. Nature, 436, 833-836

Frank Sirocko, Klemens Seelos, Katja Schaber, Bert Rein, Frank Dreher, Markus Diehl, Rouwen Lehne, Knut Jäger, Matthias R Krbetschek & Detlev Degering
Investigating the processes that led to the end of the last interglacial period is relevant for understanding how our ongoing interglacial will end, which has been a matter of much debate. A recent ice core from Greenland demonstrates climate cooling from 122,000 years ago driven by orbitally controlled insolation, with glacial inception at 118,000 years ago. Here we present an annually resolved, layer-counted record of varve thickness, quartz grain size and pollen assemblages from a...

Grain size composition of sediment cores from the Weddell Sea, Antarctica, supplement to: Michels, Klaus; Kuhn, Gerhard; Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter; Diekmann, Bernhard; Fütterer, Dieter K; Grobe, Hannes; Uenzelmann-Neben, Gabriele (2002): The southern Weddell Sea: combined contourite-turbidite sedimentation at the southeastern margin of the Weddell Gyre. In: Stow, D A V; Pudsey, C; Howe, J C; Faugères, J-C & Viana, A R (eds.), Deep-water contourite systems: modern drifts and ancient series, seismic and sedimentary characteristics. Geological Society of London, Memoirs, London, 22, 305-323

Klaus Michels, Gerhard Kuhn, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Bernhard Diekmann, Dieter K Fütterer, Hannes Grobe & Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben
Sedimentary processes in the southeastern Weddell Sea are influenced by glacial-interglacial ice-shelf dynamics and the cyclonic circulation of the Weddell Gyre, which affects all water masses down to the sea floor. Significantly increased sedimentation rates occur during glacial stages, when ice sheets advance to the shelf edge and trigger gravitational sediment transport to the deep sea. Downslope transport on the Crary Fan and off Dronning Maud and Coats Land is channelized into three huge channel...

Oligocene to Miocene palaeoclimate reconstructions from 14 sites in Serbia, supplement to: Utescher, Torsten; Djordjevic-Milutinovic, Desa; Bruch, Angela A; Mosbrugger, Volker (2007): Climate and vegetation changes in Serbia during the last 30 Ma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 253(1-2), 157-168

Torsten Utescher, Desa Djordjevic-Milutinovic, Angela A Bruch & Volker Mosbrugger
14 published megafloras from the Serbian Cenozoic are analyzed with respect to vegetation type, palaeoclimate, and palaeogeographic settings. The floras cover a time-span from the Oligocene to the late Miocene. The results obtained are compared with continental climate records from other parts of Europe and discussed in the context of global climate change. To obtain a quantitative palaeoclimate record a total of seven different climate variables is calculated for each of the floras using the...

Standard meteorological measurements on board of POLARSTERN during expedition ANT-IV (PS08, 4 cruises, south summer 1985/86) in the Atlantic and Weddell Sea, Antarctica

Gert König-Langlo
During the fourth Antarctic voyage ANT-IV of the research icebreaker POLARSTERN standard meteorological measurements have been performed. The measurements include 3-hourly synoptic observations as well as daily upper air soundings. The measurements started on September 6 1985 at Bremerhaven and were terminated at April 28 1986 in Punta Arenas.The 3-hourly synoptic observations are performed following the instructions of the FM 13 ships code defined by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The datasets include automatic measurements...

Diversity and faunal composition of benthic foraminifera in Hole 44-390A on the Blake Nose Plateau, supplement to: Friedrich, Oliver; Hemleben, Christoph (2007): Early Maastrichtian benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the western North Atlantic (Blake Nose) and their relation to paleoenvironmental changes. Marine Micropaleontology, 62(1), 31-44

Oliver Friedrich & Christoph Hemleben
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages are a widespread tool to understand changes in organic matter flux and bottom-water oxygenation and their relation to paleoceanographic changes in the Upper Cretaceous oceans. In this study, assemblage data (diversity, total number, and number per species and gram) from Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) Site 390 (Blake Nose, western North Atlantic) were processed for the lower Maastrichtian (Globotruncana falsostuarti – Gansserina gansseri Planktic Foraminiferal Zone). These data document significant changes in...

Palaeoclimate reconstructions of the Oligocene to Pliocene from eight sites in northwest Germany using the Coexistence Approach, supplement to: Utescher, Torsten; Mosbrugger, Volker; Ashraf, Abdul Rahman (2000): Terrestrial climate evolution in northwest Germany over the last 25 million years. Palaios, 15(5), 430-449

Torsten Utescher, Volker Mosbrugger & Abdul Rahman Ashraf
The first detailed reconstruction of the continental palaeoclimate evolution of the Northwest German Tertiary (Late Oligocene to Pliocene) is presented. The paleoclimate data are derived from the paleobotanical record using the coexistence approach, a method recently introduced that employs climatic requirements of the Nearest Living Relatives of a fossil flora. Twenty six megafloras (fruits and seeds, leaves, woods) from the Tertiary succession of the Lower Rhine Basin and neighboring areas are analyzed with respect to...

Analysis of Recent benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the oxygen minimum zone of the Pakistan continental margin, supplement to: Schumacher, Stefanie; Jorissen, Frans J; Dissard, Delphine; Larkin, Kate E; Gooday, Andrew J (2007): Live (Rose Bengal stained) and dead benthic foraminifera from the oxygen minimum zone of the Pakistan continental margin (Arabian Sea). Marine Micropaleontology, 62(1), 45-73

Stefanie Schumacher, Frans J Jorissen, Delphine Dissard, Kate E Larkin & Andrew J Gooday
Live (Rose Bengal stained) and dead benthic foraminiferal communities (hard-shelled species only) from the Pakistan continental margin oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) have been studied in order to determine the relation between faunal composition and the oxygenation of bottom waters. During R.R.S. Charles Darwin Cruises 145 and 146 (12 March to May 28 2003), 11 multicores were taken on the continental margin off Karachi, Pakistan. Two transects were sampled, constituting a composite bathymetric profile from 136...

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