Species PCAB; No of rings 61; Begin 1466; End 1526
Data from the EPICA Dome C ice core EDC, supplement to: Augustin, Laurent; Barbante, Carlo; Barnes, Piers R F; Barnola, Jean-Marc; Bigler, Matthias; Castellano, Emiliano; Cattani, Olivier; Chappellaz, Jérôme A; Dahl-Jensen, Dorthe; Delmonte, Barbara; Dreyfus, Gabrielle; Durand, Gael; Falourd, Sonia; Fischer, Hubertus; Flückiger, Jacqueline; Hansson, Margareta E; Huybrechts, Philippe; Jugie, Gérard; Johnsen, Sigfus J; Jouzel, Jean; Kaufmann, Patrik R; Kipfstuhl, Sepp; Lambert, Fabrice; Lipenkov, Vladimir Ya; Littot, Geneviève C; Longinelli, Antonio; Lorrain, Reginald D; Maggi, Valter; Masson-Delmotte, Valerie; Miller, Heinz; Mulvaney, Robert; Oerlemans, Johannes; Oerter, Hans; Orombelli, Giuseppe; Parrenin, Frédéric; Peel, David A; Petit, Jean-Robert; Raynaud, Dominique; Ritz, Catherine; Ruth, Urs; Schwander, Jakob; Siegenthaler, Urs; Souchez, Roland; Stauffer, Bernhard; Steffensen, Jørgen Peder; Stenni, Barbara; Stocker, Thomas F; Tabacco, Ignazio; Udisti, Roberto; van de Wal, Roderik S W; van den Broeke, Michiel R; Wilhelms, Frank; Winther, Jan-Gunnar; Wolff, Eric W; Zucchelli, Mario (2004): Eight glacial cycles from an Antarctic ice core. Nature, 429(6992), 623-628Laurent Augustin, Carlo Barbante, Piers R F Barnes, Jean-Marc Barnola, Matthias Bigler, Emiliano Castellano, Olivier Cattani, Jérôme A Chappellaz, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Barbara Delmonte, Gabrielle Dreyfus, Gael Durand, Sonia Falourd, Hubertus Fischer, Jacqueline Flückiger, Margareta E Hansson, Philippe Huybrechts, Gérard Jugie, Sigfus J Johnsen, Jean Jouzel, Patrik R Kaufmann, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Fabrice Lambert, Vladimir Ya Lipenkov, Geneviève C Littot … & Mario Zucchelli
The Antarctic Vostok ice core provided compelling evidence of the nature of climate, and of climate feedbacks, over the past 420,000 years. Marine records suggest that the amplitude of climate variability was smaller before that time, but such records are often poorly resolved. Moreover, it is not possible to infer the abundance of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere from marine records. Here we report the recovery of a deep ice core from Dome C, Antarctica,...
Species PCAB; No of rings 96; Begin 1718; End 1813
Species PCAB; No of rings 74; Begin 1608; End 1681
Species PCAB; No of rings 94; Begin 1521; End 1614
Seawater carbonate chemistry and processes during experiments with amphipod Gammarus locusta, 2009, supplement to: Hauton, C; Tyrrell, Toby; Williams, J (2009): The subtle effects of sea water acidification on the amphipod Gammarus locusta. Biogeosciences, 6(8), 1479-1489C Hauton, Toby Tyrrell & J Williams
We report an investigation of the effects of increases in pCO2 on the survival, growth and molecular physiology of the neritic amphipod Gammarus locusta which has a cosmopolitan distribution in estuaries. Amphipods were reared from juvenile to mature adult in laboratory microcosms at three different levels of pH in nominal range 8.1-7.6. Growth rate was estimated from weekly measures of body length. At sexual maturity the amphipods were sacrificed and assayed for changes in the...
(Table 2) Porosity and permeability of limestones from DSDP Hole 44-392A, supplement to: Enos, Paul; Freeman, Tom (1979): Lower Cretaceous peritidal limestones at 2,700-m depth, Blake nose, Atlantic Ocean. Geology, 7(2), 83-87Paul Enos & Tom Freeman
At sites 390 and 392 (Deep Sea Drilling Project, Leg 44) on the Blake nose, thoroughly lithified Lower Cretaceous limestone more than 250 m thick is abruptly overlain by a condensed sequence of Barremian to Eocene pelagic carbonate ooze. The Lower Cretaceous sediments consist of three units: limestone with moldic porosity (base), oolitic limestone, and fenestral limestone. Subaerial diagenesis of the limestone section is recorded by (1) caverns with vertical dimensions of up to 10...
values <0.1 are traces
Species PCAB; No of rings 90; Begin 1641; End 1730
These data sets report the fossil beetle assemblages identified from the Mesolithic to Late Bronze Age at eight sites in the London region. All but one of the study sites are within 2 km of the modern course of the Thames. The sites produced 128 faunal assemblages that yielded 218 identified species in 41 families of Coleoptera (beetles). Beetle faunas of Mesolithic age indicate extensive wetlands near the Thames, bordered by rich deciduous woodlands. The...
Primary data sets of the hydrographic atlas of the Southern Ocean, supplement to: Olbers, Dirk; Gouretski, Viktor V; Seiß, Guntram; Schröter, Jens (1992): The Hydrographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany, 17 pages, 82 platesDirk Olbers, Viktor V Gouretski, Guntram Seiß & Jens Schröter
The general knowledge of the hydrographic structure of the Southern Ocean is still rather incomplete since observations particularly in the ice covered regions are cumbersome to be carried out. But we know from the available information that thermohaline processes have large amplitudes and cover a wide range of scales in this part of the world ocean. The modification of water masses around Antarctica have indeed a worldwide impact, these processes ultimately determine the cold state...
Species PCAB; No of rings 51; Begin 1437; End 1487
Species PCAB; No of rings 48; Begin 1688; End 1735
DEPTH, sediment=Depth in core (mbsf)
Species QUSP; No of rings 176; Begin 1277; End 1452
Species QUSP; No of rings 68; Begin 1382; End 1449
Species QUSP; No of rings 104; Begin 1109; End 1212
Species QUSP; No of rings 57; Begin 1370; End 1426
Species PCAB; No of rings 105; Begin 1364; End 1468
Species QUSP; No of rings 142; Begin 1521; End 1662
Species ABAL; No of rings 47; Begin 1490; End 1536
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Species PCAB; No of rings 49; Begin 1784; End 1832
(Table 1) Horizontal particulate matter fluxes and their constituents measured at different stations in the Norwegian Sea in different yearsVyacheslav N Lukashin
Station AMK36-3510 was in the Bear Trough.