Particle size spectra and plankton community size structure: Response to elevated CO2 during an in situ mesocosm experiment, supplement to: Taucher, Jan; Haunost, Mathias; Boxhammer, Tim; Bach, Lennart Thomas; Algueró-Muñiz, Maria; Riebesell, Ulf (2017): Influence of ocean acidification on plankton community structure during a winter-to-summer succession: An imaging approach indicates that copepods can benefit from elevated CO2 via indirect food web effects. PLoS ONE, 12(2), e0169737Jan Taucher, Mathias Haunost, Tim Boxhammer, Lennart Thomas Bach, Maria Algueró-Muñiz & Ulf Riebesell
In this study, we report from a long-term in situ mesocosm experiment, where we investigated the response of natural plankton communities in temperate waters (Gullmarfjord, Sweden) to elevated CO2 concentrations and OA as expected for the end of the century (~760 µatm pCO2). Based on a plankton-imaging approach, we examined size structure, community composition and food web characteristics of the whole plankton assemblage, ranging from picoplankton to mesozooplankton, during an entire winter-to-summer succession. The plankton...
Geochemistry and isotopic ratios of samples obtained during R/V Akademik Nikolaj Strakhov cruise ANS24, supplement to: Sushchevskaya, Nadezhda M; Peyve, Alexander A; Belyatsky, Boris V (2010): Conditions of formations of slightly enriched tholeiites in the northern Knipovich Ridge. Geochemistry International, 48(4), 321-337Nadezhda M Sushchevskaya, Alexander A Peyve & Boris V Belyatsky
New petrological and geochemical data were obtained for basalts recovered during cruise 24 of the R/V "Akademik Nikolay Strakhov" in 2006. These results significantly contributed to the understanding of the formation of tholeiitic magmatism at the northern end of the Knipovich Ridge of the Polar Atlantic. Dredging was performed for the first time both in the rift valley and on the flanks of the ridge. It showed that the conditions of magmatism have not changed...
(Table 2) Contents of lithophilic trace elements in basalts obtained during R/V Akademik Nikolaj Strakhov cruise ANS25Nadezhda M Sushchevskaya, Alexander A Peyve & Boris V Belyatsky
Please note, that strontium concentrations in Table 2 and 3 vary considerably. The reason for this is not mentioned in the article.
Geochemical and isotopic composition of basalts from the axial Mid-Atlantic Ridge, South Atlantic, supplement to: Skolotnev, Sergey G; Peive, A A; Belyatsky, Boris V (2006): Geochemical and isotopic features of basalts in the axial Mid-Atlantic Ridge near the Martin Vaz Fracture Zone, South Atlantic (19°-20° S). Doklady Earth Sciences, 407A(3), 401-407Sergey G Skolotnev, A A Peive & Boris V Belyatsky
One of the essential problems of oceanic tectonics is estimation of the influence of plumes of the deep hot mantle on processes in the axial spreading zone. Areas of two giant (St. Helena and Tristan da Cunha) plumes in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) rift zone (South Atlantic) are characterized by the effusion of basalts that differ from typical depleted riftogenic tholeiites by anomalously high contents of lithophile components and specific isotopic compositions. Moreover, the rift...
Coseismic surface geological effects following the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 earthquake, central Italy, supplement to: Villani, Fabio; Civico, Riccardo; Pizzimenti, Luca; Pucci, Stefano; De Martini, Paolo Marco; Nappi, Rosa; Open EMERGEO Working Group (2018): A database of the coseismic effects following the 30 October 2016 Norcia earthquake in Central Italy. Scientific Data, 5, 180049Fabio Villani, Riccardo Civico, Luca Pizzimenti, Stefano Pucci, Paolo Marco De Martini, Rosa Nappi & Open EMERGEO Working Group
We provide a database that embodies more than 7000 punctual observations of the coseismic surface geological effects following the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 earthquake that hit central Italy. This earthquake caused widespread surface ruptures over a >400 km2-wide mountainous area. The Open EMERGEO Working Group, originated by the collaboration of several European geological survey teams coordinated by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, involved about 130 researchers to perform detailed geological field surveys...
Gamma ray attenuation bulk density and magnetic susceptibility logged using a Geotek multi-sensor core logger at the Hartshorne Quaternary Lab at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
(Table 1) Isotopic composition of Sm and Nd in mantle restites of the Central Atlantic and in associated plutonic and volcanic rocksSergey A Silantyev, Sergey F Karpenko & Boris V Belyatsky
Ultrabasic rock samples collected from two areas of the crustal zone of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR): (1) 13-17°N (near the intersection of the ridge axis with the 15°20'N prime fracture zone), and (2) 33°40'N prime (the western intersection of the MAR crest with the Heis fracture zone) were objects of this study. Samples of peridotite and of plutonic and volcanic rocks associated with it were used to measure their Sm/Nd, 143Nd/144Nd, and 147Sm/144Nd ratios, which...
High-resolution line-scan imagery of the split core. High-resolution core radiographs of the split cores were taken using a Torrex 120-D radiograph at Antarctic Marine Geology Research Facility, Florida State University.
Black Carbon measurements in Germany between 1994 and 2014, link to netCDF files, supplement to: Kutzner, Rebecca D; von Schneidemesser, Erika; Kuik, Friderike; Quedenau, Jörn; Weatherhead, Betsy; Schmale, Julia (2018): Long-term monitoring of black carbon across Germany. Atmospheric Environment, 185, 41-52Rebecca D Kutzner, Erika von Schneidemesser, Friderike Kuik, Jörn Quedenau, Betsy Weatherhead & Julia Schmale
Lately, black carbon (BC) has received significant attention due to its climate-warming properties and adverse health effects. Nevertheless, long-term observations in urban areas are scarce, most likely because BC monitoring is not required by environmental legislation. This, however, handicaps the evaluation of air quality models which can be used to assess the effectiveness of policy measures which aim at reducing BC concentrations.Here, we present a new dataset of atmospheric BC measurements from Germany constructed from...
Data catalog and catchment boundary for 30,959 daily streamflow stations included in the Global Streamflow and Metadata Archive (GSIM) project.This dataset is a compressed zip-archive containing (i) a readme file, (ii) metadata of all GSIM stations obtained from original data sources and time series, (iii) quality of catchment boundary and catchment characteristics extracted from 12 global data-products, (iv) list of stations with suspect geographical coordinates and (v) catchment boundaries for 30,935 stations that have reasonable...
Hydrochemistry measured on water bottle samples at station B1/86_14 during the MRI-LDEO cooperative studyJón Ólafsson & Taro Takahashi
For pCO2 measurements were about 0.5 liter of air equilibrated with sample. Sample volume 4. Nutrient samples are collected in 250 ml soft low density polyethylene acid washed bottles. They are kept refrigerated until analysis if it was not carried out soon after sampling. Otherwisee samples are stored at -20°C.
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