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Seawater trace element data and pre- and post-foraminifer experiment alkalinity and pH

Jennifer Fehrenbacher, Ann D Russell, Catherine V Davis, Howard J Spero, Edward Chu & Bärbel Hönisch

Natural gamma radiation of ODP Hole 162-907B

Eystein Jansen, Peter Blum & Shipboard Scientific Party

Tree-ring measurements of Abies alba (Silver fir) from sample STW_TA-121

Fritz Hans Schweingruber
Species ABAL; No of rings 122; Begin 1859; End 1980

Paleontology age profile (datum list) of ODP Hole 134-832B

Jean-Yves Collot, H Gary Greene & Shipboard Scientific Party

Spectral solar cloud top radiance measured by airborne spectral imaging during the ACLOUD campaign in 2017

Elena Ruiz-Donoso, André Ehrlich, Michael Schäfer, Evelyn Jäkel & Manfred Wendisch
Hyperspectral fields of visible and near infrared cloud top radiance observed by AISA Eagle (1024 spatial pixels and 504 spectral channels between 400 and 993 nm) and AISA Hawk (384 spatial pixels and 384 spectral channels between 931 and 2545 nm) during the ACLOUD (Arctic Cloud Observations Using airborne measurements during polar Day) campaign in May/June 2017.

Spectral solar cloud top radiance measured by airborne spectral imaging (AISA Hawk) during the ACLOUD campaign in 2017

Elena Ruiz-Donoso, André Ehrlich, Michael Schäfer, Evelyn Jäkel & Manfred Wendisch
Hyperspectral fields of visible and near infrared cloud top radiance observed by AISA Hawk (384 spatial pixels and 384 spectral channels between 931 and 2545 nm) during the ACLOUD (Arctic Cloud Observations Using airborne measurements during polar Day) campaign in May/June 2017.

Foraminifera Flux and species composition in Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California (1991-1997), supplement to: Davis, Catherine V; Fuqua, Lauren; Pride, Carol; Thunell, Robert C (2019): Seasonal and interannual changes in planktic foraminiferal fluxes and species composition in Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California. Marine Micropaleontology, 149, 75-88

Catherine V Davis, Lauren Fuqua, Carol Pride & Robert C Thunell
Paleoclimate records based on planktic foraminifera shells are reliant upon an understanding of how populations respond to annual and interannual changes in surface hydrography. In particular, annual and interannual flux variability would be expected to impact the interpretation of geochemical proxies from foraminifera shells. A seven-year time series from Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California reveals a seasonal progression of foraminiferal species flux, with faunal assemblages characteristic of winter, summer, and fall conditions. We find that...

Spectral solar cloud top radiance measured by airborne spectral imaging (AISA Eagle) during the ACLOUD campaign in 2017

Elena Ruiz-Donoso, André Ehrlich, Michael Schäfer, Evelyn Jäkel & Manfred Wendisch
Hyperspectral fields of visible and near infrared cloud top radiance observed by AISA Eagle (1024 spatial pixels and 504 spectral channels between 400 and 993 nm) during the ACLOUD (Arctic Cloud Observations Using airborne measurements during polar Day) campaign in May/June 2017.

Lead 210, Caesium 137 and grain size of sediment, Carbon 14 and amino acid racemization data of two bivalves from two cores from Palos Verdes Shelf and San Pedro Shelf, California, supplement to: Tomasovych, Adam; Kidwell, Susan M; Alexander, Clark R; Kaufman, Darrell S (2019): Millennial‐scale age offsets within fossil assemblages: Result of bioturbation below the taphonomic active zone and out‐of‐phase production. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
This collection contains:S1. Summary of radiocarbon-calibrated shell ages of Nuculana taphria and Parvilucina tenuisculpta estimated by amino-acid racemization (with 95% confidence intervals), with water depth (m), sampling year, and D/L of Aspartic and Glutamic acids. Both species were collected at PVL10-50 and OC-50 sites (southern California shelf). S2. Radiocarbon and calibrated ages and D/L of Aspartic and Glutamic acids of the nine specimens of N. taphria and seven specimens of P. tenuisculpta and used to...

(S3) Radiochemical data from the sediment vibrocore PVL10-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Vibrocore radiochemical data collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211.

(S3) Radiochemical data from the sediment vibrocore OC-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Vibrocore radiochemical data collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211.

(S3) Radiochemical data from the sediment box core PVL 10-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Boxcore radiochemical data collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211.

(S3) Radiochemical data from the sediment box core OC-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Boxcore radiochemical data collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211.

(S4) Grain size data from the sediment box core PVL10-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Sediment grain size data for box core PVL10-50, southern California shelf

(S4) Grain size data from the sediment vibrocore PVL10-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Sediment grain size data for vibrocore PVL10-50, southern California shelf

(S4) Grain size data from the sediment vibrocore OC-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Sediment grain size data for vibrocore OC-50, southern California shelf

(S4) Grain size data from the sediment box core OC-50 collected from the RV Melville, cruise MV1211

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Sediment grain size data for box core OC-50, southern California shelf

(S2) Radiocarbon and calibrated ages and D/L of Aspartic and Glutamic acids of Nuculana taphria and Parvilucina tenuisculpta from PVL10-50 and OC-50 sites, southern California shelf

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Radiocarbon and calibrated ages and D/L of Aspartic and Glutamic acids of the nine specimens of N. taphria and seven specimens of P. tenuisculpta and used to calibrate the rate of amino acid racemization, plus information on live-collected specimens. Both species were collected at PVL10-50 and OC-50 sites (southern California shelf).

(S1) Summary of radiocarbon-calibrated shell ages of Nuculana taphria and Parvilucina tenuisculpta estimated by amino-acid racemization from PVL10-50 and OC-50 sites, southern California shelf

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Table S1. Summary of radiocarbon-calibrated shell ages of Nuculana taphria and Parvilucina tenuisculpta estimated by amino-acid racemization (with 95% confidence intervals), with water depth (m), sampling year, and D/L of Aspartic and Glutamic acids. Both species were collected at PVL10-50 and OC-50 sites (southern California shelf).

(S5) Estimates of shell loss of Parvilucina tenuisculpta and Nuculana taphria from the uppermost seabed increments in the entire Southern California Bight and at two stations (PVL10-50 and OC-50)

Adam Tomasovych, Susan M Kidwell, Clark R Alexander & Darrell S Kaufman
Estimates of shell loss of Parvilucina tenuisculpta and Nuculana taphria from the uppermost seabed increments based on one-phase exponential model (λ) and random-time two-phase exponential model (λ1, λ2, and sequestration τ) in the entire Southern California Bight and at two stations (PVL10-50 and OC-50). AICc refers to the Akaike Information Criterion corrected for small sample size.

HATPRO microwave radiometer measurements at AWIPEV, Ny-Ålesund (2016-2018)

Tatiana Nomokonova, Christoph Ritter & Kerstin Ebell
The microwave radiometer HATPRO has seven K band (22.235-31.4 GHz) channels that are sensitive to the path integrated amount of cloud liquid water (clwvi) and the path integrated amount of water vapor (precipitable water, prw). It also has seven V band (51.8-58.8 GHz) channels that are sensitive to atmospheric temperature (ta). The data from 2016-2018 are given in this collection.

Extant coccolithophores in the water column from CALIBERIA station at the outer continental shelf, NW Iberian margin

Blanca Ausín, Oscar Zuñiga, José Abel Flores, Catarina Cavaleiro, María Froján, Nicolás Villacieros-Robineau, F Alonso-Perez, Belén Arbones, Celia Santos, Francisco de la Granda, Carmen G Castro, Fatima F Abrantes, Timothy Ian Eglinton & Emilia Salgueiro

Extant coccolithophores in the water column from RAIA station off Cabo Silleiro, NW Iberian margin

Blanca Ausín, Oscar Zuñiga, José Abel Flores, Catarina Cavaleiro, María Froján, Nicolás Villacieros-Robineau, F Alonso-Perez, Belén Arbones, Celia Santos, Francisco de la Granda, Carmen G Castro, Fatima F Abrantes, Timothy Ian Eglinton & Emilia Salgueiro

Shipboard ADCP data from Poseidon cruise POS516 (2017)

Maren Walter
Upper ocean current data from shipboard Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) data during Poseidon cruise POS516. Pos516 is part of TRR181 'Energy fluxes in atmosphere and ocean'.

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