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Oxygen isotope values from biogenic apatite (conodont elements and fish teeth) from the Lower Triassic Mianwali Formation (Salt Range, Pakistan), supplement to: Romano, Carlo; Goudemand, Nicolas; Vennemann, Torsten W; Ware, David; Schneebeli-Hermann, Elke; Hochuli, Peter A; Brühwiler, Thomas; Brinkmann, Winand; Bucher, Hugo (2013): Climate and biotic upheavals following the end-Permian mass extinction. Nature Geoscience, 6, 57-60

Carlo Romano, Nicolas Goudemand, Torsten W Vennemann, David Ware, Elke Schneebeli-Hermann, Peter A Hochuli, Thomas Brühwiler, Winand Brinkmann & Hugo Bucher
Recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction is frequently described as delayed, with complex ecological communities typically not found in the fossil record until the Middle Triassic epoch. However, the taxonomic diversity of a number of marine groups, ranging from ammonoids to benthic foraminifera, peaked rapidly in the Early Triassic. These variations in biodiversity occur amidst pronounced excursions in the carbon isotope record, which are compatible with episodes of massive CO2 outgassing from the Siberian Large...

(Supplement 7) X-ray fluorescence data (Ca, Fe) from ODP Site 154-927 sediments

Christian Zeeden, Frederik J Hilgen, Thomas Westerhold, Lucas Joost Lourens, Ursula Röhl & Torsten Bickert
DEPTH, sediment is given in mbsf.

Visual core description (VCD) from IODP Hole 331-C0013D

Ken Takai, Michael J Mottl, Simon Harder Holm Nielsen & Expedition 331 Scientists
Geocode = [m CSF-A] Top Core depth (below sea floor)

XRD raw data from IODP Exp316

Masataka Kinoshita, Harold Tobin, Juichiro Ashi, Gaku Kimura, Siegfried J Lallemant, Elizabeth J Screaton, Daniel Curewitz, Hideki Masago, Kyaw Thu Moe & Expedition 314/315/316 Scientists

Geochemistry of marine sediments of the world's major subduction zones, supplement to: Vervoort, Jeff D; Plank, Terry; Prytulak, Julie (2011): The Hf-Nd isotopic composition of marine sediments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75(20), 5903-5926

Jeff D Vervoort, Terry Plank & Julie Prytulak
This paper presents new major and trace-element data and Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd isotopic compositions for representative suites of marine sediment samples from 14 drill sites outboard of the world's major subduction zones. These suites and samples were chosen to represent the global range in lithology, Lu/Hf ratios, and sediment flux in subducting sediments worldwide. The data reported here represent the most comprehensive data set on subducting sediments and define the Hf-Nd isotopic variations that occur...

P-wave velocity (PWS split-core system) on ODP Hole 167-1018A

Mitchell W Lyle, Itaru Koizumi, Carl Richter & Shipboard Scientific Party

P-wave velocity (PWS split-core system) on ODP Hole 144-876A

Isabella Premoli Silva, Janet A Haggerty & Shipboard Scientific Party

Carbonate compensation depth (CCD) reconstruction of the equatorial Pacific, supplement to: Pälike, Heiko; Lyle, Mitchell W; Nishi, Hiroshi; Raffi, Isabella; Ridgwell, Andy; Gamage, Kusali; Klaus, Adam; Acton, Gary D; Anderson, Louise; Backman, Jan; Baldauf, Jack G; Beltran, Catherine; Bohaty, Steven M; Bown, Paul R; Busch, William H; Channell, James E T; Chun, Cecily O J; Delaney, Margaret Lois; Dewang, Pawan; Dunkley Jones, Tom; Edgar, Kirsty M; Evans, Helen F; Fitch, Peter; Foster, Gavin L; Gussone, Nikolaus; Hasegawa, Hitoshi; Hathorne, Ed C; Hayashi, Hiroki; Herrle, Jens O; Holbourn, Ann; Hovan, Steven A; Hyeong, Kiseong; Iijima, Koichi; Ito, Takashi; Kamikuri, Shin-Ichi; Kimoto, Katsunori; Kuroda, Junichiro; Leon-Rodriguez, Lizette; Malinverno, Alberto; Moore, Theodore C; Murphy, Brandon; Murphy, Daniel P; Nakamur, Hideto; Ogane, Kaoru; Ohneiser, Christian; Richter, Carl; Robinson, Rebecca S; Rohling, Eelco J; Romero, Oscar E; Sawada, Ken; Scher, Howie D; Schneider, Leah; Sluijs, Appy; Takata, Hiroyuki; Tian, Jun; Tsujimoto, Akira; Wade, Bridget S; Westerhold, Thomas; Wilkens, Roy H; Williams, Trevor; Wilson, Paul A; Yamamoto, Yuhji; Yamamoto, Shinya; Yamazaki, Toshitsugu; Zeebe, Richard E (2012): A Cenozoic record of the equatorial Pacific carbonate compensation depth. Nature, 488, 609-614

Heiko Pälike, Mitchell W Lyle, Hiroshi Nishi, Isabella Raffi, Andy Ridgwell, Kusali Gamage, Adam Klaus, Gary D Acton, Louise Anderson, Jan Backman, Jack G Baldauf, Catherine Beltran, Steven M Bohaty, Paul R Bown, William H Busch, James E T Channell, Cecily O J Chun, Margaret Lois Delaney, Pawan Dewang, Tom Dunkley Jones, Kirsty M Edgar, Helen F Evans, Peter Fitch, Gavin L Foster, Nikolaus Gussone … & Richard E Zeebe
Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations and climate are regulated on geological timescales by the balance between carbon input from volcanic and metamorphic outgassing and its removal by weathering feedbacks; these feedbacks involve the erosion of silicate rocks and organic-carbon-bearing rocks. The integrated effect of these processes is reflected in the calcium carbonate compensation depth, which is the oceanic depth at which calcium carbonate is dissolved. Here we present a carbonate accumulation record that covers the past...

(Supplementary Table 1) Carbonate accumulation rate dataset of the equatorial Pacific

Heiko Pälike, Mitchell W Lyle, Hiroshi Nishi, Isabella Raffi, Andy Ridgwell, Kusali Gamage, Adam Klaus, Gary D Acton, Louise Anderson, Jan Backman, Jack G Baldauf, Catherine Beltran, Steven M Bohaty, Paul R Bown, William H Busch, James E T Channell, Cecily O J Chun, Margaret Lois Delaney, Pawan Dewang, Tom Dunkley Jones, Kirsty M Edgar, Helen F Evans, Peter Fitch, Gavin L Foster, Nikolaus Gussone … & Richard E Zeebe
shipboard = DSDP/ODP/IODP Initial Reports or ProceedingsLyle et al. 2005, doi:10.2973/odp.proc.sr.199.219.2005Leon-Rodriguez 2010, doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.10.029

(Table 1) Ratio of hydroxy-GDGT vs. the total core GDGT was calculated based on the detection of hydroxy-GDGT, supplement to: Liu, Xiao-Lei; Lipp, Julius S; Simpson, Jeffrey H; Lin, Yu-Shih; Summons, Roger E; Hinrichs, Kai-Uwe (2012): Mono- and dihydroxyl glycerol dibiphytanyl glycerol tetraethers in marine sediments: Identification of both core and intact polar lipid forms. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 89, 102-115

Xiao-Lei Liu, Julius S Lipp, Jeffrey H Simpson, Yu-Shih Lin, Roger E Summons & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs
Hydroxylated glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (hydroxy-GDGTs) were detected in marine sediments of diverse depositional regimes and ages. Mass spectrometric evidence, complemented by information gleaned from two-dimensional (2D) 1H–13C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy on minute quantities of target analyte isolated from marine sediment, allowed us to identify one major compound as a monohydroxy-GDGT with acyclic biphytanyl moieties (OH-GDGT-0). NMR spectroscopic and mass spectrometric data indicate the presence of a tertiary hydroxyl group suggesting the compounds...

Bulk carbonate stable oxygen isotope ratios of IODP Hole 303-U1302A

Joseph A L Nicholl, David A Hodell, Bernhard David A Naafs, Claude Hillaire-Marcel, James E T Channell & Oscar E Romero
Sediment depth is given in mcd.

Carbonate compensation depth (CCD) of the of the equatorial Pacific

Heiko Pälike, Mitchell W Lyle, Hiroshi Nishi, Isabella Raffi, Andy Ridgwell, Kusali Gamage, Adam Klaus, Gary D Acton, Louise Anderson, Jan Backman, Jack G Baldauf, Catherine Beltran, Steven M Bohaty, Paul R Bown, William H Busch, James E T Channell, Cecily O J Chun, Margaret Lois Delaney, Pawan Dewang, Tom Dunkley Jones, Kirsty M Edgar, Helen F Evans, Peter Fitch, Gavin L Foster, Nikolaus Gussone … & Richard E Zeebe

(Table 1) Abundance of diagenetic carbonate nodules in bottom sediments from the Gulf of California at Station DM9-666

Alla Yu Lein, Nikolay V Logvinenko, Leopold D Sulerzhitsky & Igor I Volkov
New data on phosphorites collected by dredging and trawling at depths from 2700 to 520 m in the open Atlantic Ocean (i.e. outside of the shelf and the continental slope) are reported. Aphanitic, granular, brecciated, and conglomerate-like types are distinguished among the phosphorites. A comparison of the studied phosphorites with ones from the Atlantic shelf of Africa and from seamounts of other oceans is made.

Section images from ODP Hole 155-930B

Roger D Flood, David J W Piper & Shipboard Scientific Party

Shallow water foraminifera of ODP Hole 133-821A, supplement to: Montaggioni, Lucien F; Vénec-Peyré, Marie-Thérèse (1993): Shallow-water foraminiferal taphocoenoses at Site 821: Implications for the Pleistocene evolution of the central Great Barrier Reef Shelf, northeastern Australia. In: McKenzie, JA; Davies, PJ; Palmer-Julson, A; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 133, 365-378

Lucien F Montaggioni & Marie-Thérèse Vénec-Peyré
Reworked shallow-water foraminifers that settled on the upper slope of the central Great Barrier Reef at Site 821 (water depth, 212.6 m) were used as indicators of the paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental conditions that have controlled the Pleistocene evolution of the adjacent platform. Throughout the 400-m-thick sequence drilled, the nature, composition, and distribution of the shallow-water foraminiferal assemblages studied indicate that (1) all the species recorded are at present living in diverse tropical, reef-related areas of...

Section images from ODP Hole 160-973A

Kay-Christian Emeis, Alastair H F Robertson & Shipboard Scientific Party

(Table 4) Diatom abundance in ODP Hole 167-1018A sediments from 3.00 to 0.78 Ma

Akihiro Ikeda & Itaru Koizumi
DEPTH, sediment is given in mbsf.

Seawater carbonate chemistry and calcification, mass and shed rate of tropical green algae species Halimeda, 2011

Nichole N Price, Scott L Hamilton, Jesse S Tootell & Jennifer E Smith
In order to allow full comparability with other ocean acidification data sets, the R package seacarb (Lavigne and Gattuso, 2011) was used to compute a complete and consistent set of carbonate system variables, as described by Nisumaa et al. (2010). In this dataset the original values were archived in addition with the recalculated parameters (see related PI).

Species-specific consequences of ocean acidification for the calcareous tropical green algae Halimeda, 2011, supplement to: Price, Nichole N; Hamilton, Scott L; Tootell, Jesse S; Smith, Jennifer E (2011): Species-specific consequences of ocean acidification for the calcareous tropical green algae Halimeda. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 440, 67-78

Nichole N Price, Scott L Hamilton, Jennifer E Smith & Jesse S Tootell
Ocean acidification (OA), resulting from increasing dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) in surface waters, is likely to affect many marine organisms, particularly those that calcify. Recent OA studies have demonstrated negative and/or differential effects of reduced pH on growth, development, calcification and physiology, but most of these have focused on taxa other than calcareous benthic macroalgae. Here we investigate the potential effects of OA on one of the most common coral reef macroalgal genera,Halimeda. Species of...

Seawater carbonate chemistry near Palmyra Atoll located in the Northern Line Island chain in the Central Pacific, 2011

Nichole N Price, Scott L Hamilton, Jesse S Tootell & Jennifer E Smith
In order to allow full comparability with other ocean acidification data sets, the R package seacarb (Lavigne and Gattuso, 2011) was used to compute a complete and consistent set of carbonate system variables, as described by Nisumaa et al. (2010). In this dataset the original values were archived in addition with the recalculated parameters (see related PI).

Continuous meteorological observations at station Ny-Ålesund (1999-12)

Marion Maturilli, Andreas Herber & Gert König-Langlo

(Appendix 2) Coexistence Approach calculation of Late Miocene Xianfeng palaeoflora, Yunnan (China)

Yao-Wu Xing, Torsten Utescher, Frédéric M B Jacques, Tao Su, Yu-Sheng Christopher Liu, Yong-Jiang Huang & Zhekun Zhou

(Appendix 1) CLAMP scoring sheet of Late Miocene Xianfeng palaeoflora, Yunnan (China)

Yao-Wu Xing, Torsten Utescher, Frédéric M B Jacques, Tao Su, Yu-Sheng Christopher Liu, Yong-Jiang Huang & Zhekun Zhou

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