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Single cell abundances of Håkon Mosby mud volcano sediments measured at station MSM16/2_838-1 (Sample 3, new flow surface)

Janine Felden & Antje Boetius

Basic measurements of radiation at station De Aar (2018-10)

Lucky Ntsangwane

Ultra-violet measurements from station Carpentras (2018-07)

Laurent Brunier

Basic measurements of radiation at station Carpentras (2018-07)

Laurent Brunier

Chlorophyll pigment concentrations of Elpidia heckeri gut content collected from Agassiz trawls during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVII/3 (PS80, IceArc)

Antje Boetius & Christina Bienhold
Chlorophyll pigments were extracted in acetone (90%), after addition of glass beads and grinding of each sample in a cell mill (Boetius and Damm 1998, doi:10.1016/S0967-0637(97)00052-6). After centrifugation, the concentration of chlorophyll a was determined in the supernatant by fluorometric measurement with a Turner fluorometer.

Relative gene expression data, obtained from the gills of juvenile turbot (Psetta maxima) after the exposure to hypercapnia for 8 weeks

Bernd Timo Hermann, Sven Würtz, Klaus Heinrich Vanselow, Carsten Schulz & Kevin Torben Stiller
mean normalized expression, CNRQ = calibrated normalized relative quantities

Iron/potassium-ratios of ODP Site 202-1239

Friederike Grimmer, Lydie M Dupont, Frank Lamy, Gerlinde Jung, Catalina González & Gerold Wefer

Fe/K-ratios and pollen analysis of ODP Site 202-1239, supplement to: Grimmer, Friederike; Dupont, Lydie M; Lamy, Frank; Jung, Gerlinde; González, Catalina; Wefer, Gerold (2018): Early Pliocene vegetation and hydrology changes in western equatorial South America. Climate of the Past, 14(11), 1739-1754

Friederike Grimmer, Lydie M Dupont, Frank Lamy, Gerlinde Jung, Catalina González & Gerold Wefer
Vegetation and climate change in nortwestern South America were studied using pollen analysis in combination with XRF scanning on marine sediments of ODP Site 1239 from the East Equatorial Pacific comprising the interval between 4.7 and 4.2 Ma. The study site is sensitive to latitudinal shifts of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) shifts insofar as a southward (northward) shift would result in increased (decreased) precipitation over Ecuador. The presented pollen record (46 samples) comprises representatives...

Diversity II water quality parameters for 300 lakes worldwide from ENVISAT (2002-2012), supplement to: Odermatt, Daniel; Danne, Olaf; Philipson, P; Brockmann, Carsten (2018): Diversity II water quality parameters from ENVISAT (2002–2012): a new global information source for lakes. Earth System Science Data, 10(3), 1527-1549

Daniel Odermatt, Olaf Danne, Petra Philippson & Carsten Brockmann
The use of ground sampled water quality information for global studies is limited due to practical and financial constraints. Remote sensing is a valuable means to overcome such limitations and to provide synoptic views of ambient water quality at appropriate spatio-temporal scales. In past years several large data processing efforts were initiated to provide corresponding data sources. The Diversity II water quality dataset consists of several monthly, yearly and 9-year averaged water quality parameters for...

Pollen analysis of ODP Site 202-1239

Friederike Grimmer, Lydie M Dupont, Frank Lamy, Gerlinde Jung, Catalina González & Gerold Wefer

Diversity indices of chironomid communites, Anabar region, Yakutia, Russia

Larisa B Nazarova
List of chironomid taxa from the lakes form the Anagar region, Yakutia, Arctic Russia- see Further Details reference. More information on chironomid fauna of the region can be obtained on request.Study supported by RNF 16-17-10118

Percentages of pollen, spores and clusteranalysis of ODP Site 202-1239

Friederike Grimmer, Lydie M Dupont, Frank Lamy, Gerlinde Jung, Catalina González & Gerold Wefer

Organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst data of sediment core GeoB8323-2, supplement to: Zhao, Xueqin; Dupont, Lydie M; Schefuß, Enno; Granger, Robyn; Wefer, Gerold (2018): Late-Holocene oceanic variability in the southern Benguela region driven by interplay of upwelling, fluvial discharge, and Agulhas leakage. The Holocene

Xueqin Zhao, Lydie M Dupont, Enno Schefuß, Robyn Granger & Gerold Wefer
The southern Benguela upwelling system near the St Helena Bay has been proposed to be affected by various factors, while few investigations about the late-Holocene oceanic conditions has been carried out in this area. To determine the oceanic variability and its forcing mechanisms in the southern Benguela region during the late-Holocene, we examined organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst (dinocyst) records from two marine sediment cores located in the southernmost and central Benguela upwelling system. We compare our...

BASE calculations, supplement to: Searchinger, Tim D; Wirsenius, Stefan; Beringer, Tim; Dumas, Patrice (2018): Assessing the efficiency of changes in land use for mitigating climate change. Nature, 564(7735), 249-253

Tim D Searchinger, Stefan Wirsenius, Tim Beringer & Patrice Dumas
Content of Excel files:--BASE calculation.xlsx:This is the core dataset for "Assessing the Efficiency of Land Use Changes for Mitigating Climate Change" using a 4% discount rate for all calculations.--Sensitivity variant DISC 2%.xlsxSensitivity variant DISC 6%.xlsx:Sensitivity calculations using 2% and 6% discount rates.--Sensitivity variant GAIN.xlsxCalculations using the carbon gain method.--Sensitivity variant HIGH.xlsxSensitivity variant LOW.xlsx:Calculations using +/- 20% variations for native vegetation estimates and +/- 30% for soil carbon estimates under native vegetation. The HIGH variant uses...

NanoSIMS data showing how pathogens influence resource partitioning (13C and 15N) in coral (Stylophora pistillata) and their symbiotic dinoflagellates, supplement to: Gibbin, Emma M; Gavish, Assaf; Krueger, Thomas; Kramarsky-Winter, Esti; Shapiro, Orr; Guiet, Romain; Jensen, Louise; Vardi, Assaf; Meibom, Anders (accepted): Vibrio coralliilyticus infection triggers a behavioural response and perturbs nutritional exchange and tissue integrity in a symbiotic coral. The ISME Journal

Emma M Gibbin, Assaf Gavish, Thomas Krueger, Esti Kramarsky-Winter, Orr Shapiro, Romain Guiet, Louise Jensen, Assaf Vardi & Anders Meibom
We conducted two isotope experiments (described in Gibbin et al. 2018) to determine how the presence of pathogens influences resource partitioning in the coral holobiont. Specifically, we quantified: 1) 13C-assimilation in Symbiodinium and the amount of 13C-labelled photosynthates that are assimilated by the host; 2) the metabolic turnover of 13C in Symbiodinium and in their host and 3) the incorporation of bacterial-derived N within the tissues of the coral holobiont.NanoSIMS images (either 40×40 or 50×50...

Multiproxy analysis of sediment cores from Ria Formosa, Portugal, in 2012, supplement to: Sousa, Carlos A Mendes; Boski, Tomasz; Pereira, Laura (2018): Holocene evolution of a barrier island system, Ria Formosa, South Portugal. The Holocene, 095968361880463

Carlos A Mendes Sousa
Data tables containing macroscopic facies description of subsurface data acquisition campaigns carried out in the Ria Formosa: 1) 41 manual holes with an Eijkelkamp Auger (code RFM); 2) 5 mechanical bores per roto-percussion with a 6t mobile drilling rig (code RF).The manual boreholes were photographed and described in situ, registering stratigraphy, colour, textural class, sedimentary structures, visible organic matter, and presence of bioclasts. The drilling depth oscillated between 1.55m and 8.6m.Mechanical boreholes were recovered and...

List of sediment samples taken from 41 holes drilled manually with Eijkelkamp Auger in the Ria Formosa, Portugal, in 2012

Carlos A Mendes Sousa

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-02)

Vasilii Kustov

Macroscopic sediment facies description of 41 holes drilled manually with Eijkelkamp Auger in the Ria Formosa, Portugal, in 2012

Carlos A Mendes Sousa

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-01)

Vasilii Kustov

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2017-12)

Vasilii Kustov

Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2018-03)

Vasilii Kustov

Data from: Decline of rare and specialist species across multiple taxonomic groups after grassland intensification and abandonment, supplement to: Hilpold, Andreas; Seeber, Julia; Fontana, Veronika; Niedrist, Georg; Rief, Alexander; Steinwandter, Michael; Tasser, Erich; Tappeiner, Ulrike (2018): Decline of rare and specialist species across multiple taxonomic groups after grassland intensification and abandonment. Biodiversity and Conservation, 27(14), 3729-3744

Andreas Hilpold, Julia Seeber, Veronika Fontana, Georg Niedrist, Alexander Rief, Michael Steinwandter, Erich Tasser & Ulrike Tappeiner
Traditionally managed mountain grasslands are declining as a result of abandonment or intensification of management. Based on a common chronosequence approach we investigated species compositions of 16 taxonomic groups on traditionally managed dry pastures, fertilized and irrigated hay meadows, and abandoned grasslands (larch forests). We included faunal above- and below-ground biodiversity as well as species traits (mainly rarity and habitat specificity) in our analyses. The larch forests showed the highest species number (345 species), with...

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