Core break at 37.5 cm comp. depth results in artifical hiatus of unknown length between core -1 and -2; Corg data (L. Westerhausen/K. Winn, unpubl.); Sediment physical properties (K. Winn, unpubl.)
Detailed metadata description of each cruise doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.769638
Ages are also given, showing the age-depth relationship used.
EDC2 (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.198749) should be used for all EPICA papers below 800 m until new timescale is adopted. Matches EDC1 at 800 m in ice scale. EDC1 is still recommended above 800 m.
EDC2 timescale, adopted by SC December 2003. EDC2 was recommended for all EPICA papers below 800 m until EDC3 was adopted. Matches EDC1 (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.198748) at 800 m in ice scale. EDC1 was recommended above 800 m. However, the new timescale EDC3 (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.671367) has been recommended since mid 2007, and supersedes both EDC1 and EDC2 which are now only shown for reference, to enable those using older papers to understand what was used.
Details given in volume 7, chapter 13
The primary productivity values are the mean values of two to three samples.