11,598 Works

(Table S2) 210Pb concentration in sediment core BJ8-03-31MC

Jessica E Tierney, Delia W Oppo, Yair Rosenthal, James M Russell III & Braddock K Linsley
The linear sedimentation rate derived from these data is 0.22 cm/a.

(Table S3) Stable carbon isotopic ratios of fatty acids of sediment core BJ8-03-31MC

Jessica E Tierney, Delia W Oppo, Yair Rosenthal, James M Russell III & Braddock K Linsley

Chronology and stable carbon isotopic ratios of sediments from the Western Pacific Warm Pool region, supplement to: Tierney, Jessica E; Oppo, Delia W; Rosenthal, Yair; Russell III, James M; Linsley, Braddock K (2010): Coordinated hydrological regimes in the Indo-Pacific region during the past two millennia. Paleoceanography, 25(1), PA1102

Jessica E Tierney, Delia W Oppo, Yair Rosenthal, James M Russell III & Braddock K Linsley
Instrumental data suggest that major shifts in tropical Pacific atmospheric dynamics and hydrology have occurred within the past century, potentially in response to anthropogenic warming. To better understand these trends, we use the hydrogen isotopic ratios of terrestrial higher plant leaf waxes (DDwax) in marine sediments from southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia, to compile a detailed reconstruction of central Indo-Pacific Warm Pool (IPWP) hydrologic variability spanning most of the last two millennia. Our paleodata are highly correlated...

(Table S1) Age determination of sediment cores BJ8-03-31MC and BJ8-03-34GGC

Jessica E Tierney, Delia W Oppo, Yair Rosenthal, James M Russell III & Braddock K Linsley
Measured on mixed planktonic foraminifera.

(Table 2) Age determination of sediment cores from the Portuguese Margin, supplement to: Rogerson, Mike; Rohling, Eelco J; Weaver, Philip PE (2006): Promotion of meridional overturning by Mediterranean-derived salt during the last deglaciation. Paleoceanography, 21(4), PA4101

Mike Rogerson, Eelco J Rohling & Philip PE Weaver
We demonstrate that changes in the behavior of the Mediterranean Outflow Water (MOW) prior to and through the last deglaciation played an important role in promoting Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC). Estimation of past MOW salt and heat fluxes indicates that they gradually increased through the last deglaciation. Between 17.5 and 14.6 thousand years ago (ka B.P., where B.P. references year 1950), net evaporation from the Mediterranean exported sufficient fresh water from the North Atlantic catchment...

Contrasting effects of ocean acidification on tropical fleshy and calcareous algae, supplement to: Johnson, Maggie Dorothy; Price, Nichole N; Smith, Jennifer E (2014): Contrasting effects of ocean acidification on tropical fleshy and calcareous algae. PeerJ, 2, e411

Maggie Dorothy Johnson, Nichole N Price & Jennifer E Smith
Despite the heightened awareness of ocean acidification (OA) effects on marine organisms, few studies empirically juxtapose biological responses to CO2 manipulations across functionally distinct primary producers, particularly benthic algae. Algal responses to OA may vary because increasing CO2 has the potential to fertilize photosynthesis but impair biomineralization. Using a series of repeated experiments on Palmyra Atoll, simulated OA effects were tested across a suite of ecologically important coral reef algae, including five fleshy and six...

(Table 2) Age determination of sediment cores from the Gulf of Cadiz, supplement to: Rogerson, Mike; Rohling, Eelco J; Weaver, Philip PE; Murray, John W (2005): Glacial to interglacial changes in the settling depth of the Mediterranean Outflow plume. Paleoceanography, 20(3), PA3007

Mike Rogerson, Eelco J Rohling, Philip PE Weaver & John W Murray
We present micropalaeontological and grain-size records for a set of sediment cores from the Gulf of Cadiz (southwest Spain) that reflect changes in the position and strength of the Mediterranean Outflow (MO) current. The cores sample a sediment drift (the Gil Eanes Drift) that is positioned lower on the slope in the Gulf of Cadiz than the position of the main current today. The data indicate that the drift is of glacial age and that...

Hydrochemistry measured on water bottle samples during Chofu Maru cruise 49TU9410_1 on section PR18

WHP WOCE Hydrographic Programme
For definition of quality flags see hdl:10013/epic.31518.d001

(Table 1) Age determination of Barents Sea sediment cores, supplement to: Risebrobakken, Bjørg; Dokken, Trond; Smedsrud, Lars Henrik; Andersson, Carin; Jansen, Eystein; Moros, Matthias; Ivanova, Elena V (2011): Early Holocene temperature variability in the Nordic Seas: The role of oceanic heat advection versus changes in orbital forcing. Paleoceanography, 26(4), PA4206

Bjørg Risebrobakken, Trond Dokken, Lars Henrik Smedsrud, Carin Andersson, Eystein Jansen, Matthias Moros & Elena V Ivanova
The separate roles of oceanic heat advection and orbital forcing on influencing early Holocene temperature variability in the eastern Nordic Seas is investigated. The effect of changing orbital forcing on the ocean temperatures is tested using the 1DICE model, and the 1DICE results are compared with new and previously published temperature reconstructions from a transect of five cores located underneath the pathway of Atlantic water, from the Faroe-Shetland Channel in the south to the Barents...

(Supplement 2) Sinking fluxes of particulate organic carbon in the southeastern Beaufort Sea during CCGS Amundsen cruise in summer 2008

Jean-Éric Tremblay, Simon Bélanger, David G Barber, M Asplin, J Martin, Gerald Darnis, Louis Fortier, Yves Gratton, Heike Link, Philippe Archambault, Amèlie Sallon, Christine Michel, W J Williams, Benoit Philippe & M Gosselin

(Supplement 1) Benthic carbon turnover and sediment pigments in the southeastern Beaufort Sea during CCGS Amundsen cruise in summer 2008

Jean-Éric Tremblay, Simon Bélanger, David G Barber, M Asplin, J Martin, Gerald Darnis, Louis Fortier, Yves Gratton, Heike Link, Philippe Archambault, Amèlie Sallon, Christine Michel, W J Williams, Benoit Philippe & M Gosselin

Biomineralization control related to population density under ocean acidification

Stefano Goffredo, Fiorella Prada, Erik Caroselli, B Capaccioni, Francesco Zaccanti, Luca Pasquini, Paola Fantazzini, Simona Fermani, Michela Reggi, Oren Levy, Katharina Elisabeth Fabricius, Zvy Dubinsky & Giuseppe Falini
In order to allow full comparability with other ocean acidification data sets, the R package seacarb (Lavigne et al, 2014) 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). The date of carbonate chemistry calculation is 2014-10-23.

Dolomite-rich coralline algae in reefs resist dissolution in acidified conditions, supplement to: Nash, Merinda C; Opdyke, Bradley N; Troitzsch, U; Russell, Bayden D; Adey, W H; Kato, A; Diaz-Pulido, Guillermo; Brent, C; Gardner, M; Prichard, J; Kline, David I (2012): Dolomite-rich coralline algae in reefs resist dissolution in acidified conditions. Nature Climate Change, 3(3), 268-272

Merinda C Nash, Bradley N Opdyke, U Troitzsch, Bayden D Russell, W H Adey, A Kato, Guillermo Diaz-Pulido, C Brent, M Gardner, J Prichard & David I Kline
Coral reef ecosystems develop best in high-flow environments but their fragile frameworks are also vulnerable to high wave energy. Wave-resistant algal rims, predominantly made up of the crustose coralline algae (CCA) Porolithon onkodes and P. pachydermum, are therefore critical structural elements for the survival of many shallow coral reefs. Concerns are growing about the susceptibility of CCA to ocean acidification because CCA Mg-calcite skeletons are more susceptible to dissolution under low pH conditions than coral...

Benthic carbon turnover, sediment pigment concentrations and sinking fluxes of POC in the southeastern Beaufort Sea during CCGS Amundsen cruise 2008, supplement to: Tremblay, Jean-Éric; Bélanger, Simon; Barber, David G; Asplin, M; Martin, J; Darnis, Gerald; Fortier, Louis; Gratton, Yves; Link, Heike; Archambault, Philippe; Sallon, Amèlie; Michel, Christine; Williams, W J; Philippe, Benoit; Gosselin, M (2011): Climate forcing multiplies biological productivity in the coastal Arctic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters, 38(18), L18604

Jean-Éric Tremblay, Simon Bélanger, David G Barber, M Asplin, J Martin, Gerald Darnis, Louis Fortier, Yves Gratton, Heike Link, Philippe Archambault, Amèlie Sallon, Christine Michel, W J Williams, Benoit Philippe & M Gosselin
The effects of changing ice and atmospheric conditions on the upwelling of deep nutrient-laden waters and biological productivity in the coastal Beaufort Sea were quantified using a unique combination of in situ and remote-sensing approaches. Repeated instances of ice ablation and upwelling during fall 2007 and summer 2008 multiplied the production of ice algae, phytoplankton, zooplankton and benthos by 2 to 6 fold. Strong wind forcing failed to induce upward shifts in the biological productivity...

Reflectance spectroscopy and colorimetry from IODP Hole 318-U1358A

Carlota Escutia Dotti, Hendrik Brinkhuis, Adam Klaus & Expedition 318 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)

Carbonate analysis from IODP Hole 340-U1397B

Anne Le Friant, Osamu Ishizuka, Nicole A Stroncik & Expedition 340 Scientists
Geocode = Top depth CSF-A (m)

Radiosonde PS87/36256 during POLARSTERN cruise PS87 (ARK-XXVIII/4) on 2014-08-22 10:45h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 10598 m, precipitable water content 1.3108 cm

(Table 1) Micro-inclusion counts and ion concentrations in the five GRIP ice-core sections, supplement to: Sakurai, Toshimitsu; Iizuka, Yoshinori; Horikawa, Shinichiro; Johnsen, Sigfus J; Dahl-Jensen, Dorthe; Steffensen, Jørgen Peder; Hondoh, Takeo (2009): Direct observation of salts as micro-inclusions in the Greenland GRIP ice core. Journal of Glaciology, 55(193), 777-783

Toshimitsu Sakurai, Yoshinori Iizuka, Shinichiro Horikawa, Sigfus J Johnsen, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Jørgen Peder Steffensen & Takeo Hondoh
We provide the first direct evidence that a number of water-soluble compounds, in particular calcium sulfate (CaSO4 2H2O) and calcium carbonate (CaCO3), are present as solid, micron-sized inclusions within the Greenland GRIP ice core. The compounds are detected by two independent methods: micro-Raman spectroscopy of a solid ice sample, and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy of individual inclusions remaining after sublimation. CaSO4 2H2O is found in abundance throughout the Holocene and the last glacial period, while CaCO3...

Lipids of sediment core MD08-3167

James A Collins, Enno Schefuß, Aline Govin, Stefan Mulitza & Ralf Tiedemann

Zooplankton in counts per sample during DIANA cruise 90DI5340

Gennady G Matishov, Pavel R Makarevich, Sergey F Timofeev, Leonid L Kuznetsov, Nikolay V Druzhkov, Viktor V Larionov, Valery A Golubev, Aleksey N Zuyev, V I Denisov, Nikolai M Adrov, G Iliyn, A Kuznetsov, Stanislav G Denisenko, Vladimir M Savinov, A Shavikyn, I Smolyar, Sydney Levitus, Todd O'Brien & O Baranova

(Table S1b) Sr isotope record in core top sediments

Anne H Osborne, Derrick R Newkirk, Jeroen Groeneveld, Ellen E Martin, Ralf Tiedemann & Martin Frank

(Table S4b) Sr-isotope record of ODP Hole 165-999A

Anne H Osborne, Derrick R Newkirk, Jeroen Groeneveld, Ellen E Martin, Ralf Tiedemann & Martin Frank
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Age after Haug and Tiedemann (1998), Steph et al. (2006).

(Table S4c) Sr-isotope record of ODP Site 165-1000A

Anne H Osborne, Derrick R Newkirk, Jeroen Groeneveld, Ellen E Martin, Ralf Tiedemann & Martin Frank
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Age after Steph et al. (2010).

(Table S2b) Nd-isotope record of ODP Hole 165-999A

Anne H Osborne, Derrick R Newkirk, Jeroen Groeneveld, Ellen E Martin, Ralf Tiedemann & Martin Frank
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Age after Haug and Tiedemann (1998), Steph et al. (2006).

(Table S2c) Nd-isotope record of ODP Hole 165-998A

Anne H Osborne, Derrick R Newkirk, Jeroen Groeneveld, Ellen E Martin, Ralf Tiedemann & Martin Frank
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Age after Kameo and Bralower (2000).

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