The carbonate chemistry and primary and secondary production were studied in an area of freshwater discharge form the Isonzo river in the gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic Sea) during 12 cruises carried out from March 2011- February 2013 in the framework of the FP7 MEDSEA (Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate) Project.
The data refers to 3 years of monthly measurements and sampling carried out in the frameworks of the FP7 MEDSEA (Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate) project at the C1 LTER station in the gulf of Trieste Italy (Northern Adriatic sea) from March 2011 to March 2014.
Variation of physico-chemical features in area of freshwater discharge: the gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic Sea)Michele Giani & Cinzia Comici
The spatial and temporal variations of the thermohaline structure and dissolved oxygen and fluorescence along a tranesct form the mouth of the Isonzo river towards the centre of the trieste gulf (North Adriatic Sea) was followed during 12 cruises carried out from March 2011 to February 2013 in the framework of the FP7 MEDSEA Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate) project.
Carbonate system during the May 2013 MedSeA cruise, supplement to: Hassoun, Abed El Rahman; Guglielmi, Véronique; Gemayel, Elissar; Goyet, Catherine; Abboud-Abi Saab, Marie; Giani, Michele; Ziveri, Patrizia; Ingrosso, Gianmarco; Touratier, Franck (2015): Is the Mediterranean Sea Circulation in a Steady State. Journal of Water Resources and Ocean Science, 4(1), 6Abed El Rahman Hassoun, Véronique Guglielmi, Elissar Gemayel, Catherine Goyet, Marie Abboud-Abi Saab, Michele Giani, Patrizia Ziveri, Gianmarco Ingrosso & Franck Touratier
Most global ocean models are based on the assumption of a "steady state" ocean. Here, we investigate the validation of this hypothesis for the anthropized Mediterranean Sea. In order to do so, we calculated the mixing coefficients of the water masses detected in this sea via an optimum multiparameter analysis referred to as the MIX approach, using data from the BOUM (2008) and MedSeA (2013) cruises. The comparison of the mixing coefficients of each water...
(Table 2) Ice, snow and freeboard statistics from measurement transects at 11 ice stations during Aurora Australis cruise SIPEX in 2007, supplement to: Worby, Anthony P; Steer, Adam; Lieser, Jan L; Heil, Petra; Yi, Donghui; Markus, Thorsten; Allison, Ian; Massom, Robert A; Galin, Natalia; Zwally, H Jay (2011): Regional-scale sea-ice and snow thickness distributions from in situ and satellite measurements over East Antarctica during SIPEX 2007. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 58(9-10), 1125-1136Anthony P Worby, Adam Steer, Jan L Lieser, Petra Heil, Donghui Yi, Thorsten Markus, Ian Allison, Robert A Massom, Natalia Galin & H Jay Zwally
The Sea Ice Physics and Ecosystem experiment (SIPEX) was conducted in the East Antarctic pack ice zone between 115-130°E from 9 September - 11 October, 2007. In situ measurements of sea-ice and snow properties were conducted at 15 ice stations, together with ship-based ASPeCt observations. The ice and snow thickness varied considerably in different regions of the pack ice, with particularly thick ice associated with deformation and a strong slope jet in the southwest of...
Underway physical oceanography and carbon dioxide measurements during DISCOVERER cruise RITS-CO2-89_Leg_2Paulette P Murphy, Kimberly C Kelly, Richard A Feely & Richard H Gammon
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(Table 1) Radiocarbon and OSL ages of sediment cores C1-C5 drilled during the COAST expedition to Cape Mamontov Klyk in April 2005, supplement to: Winterfeld, Maria; Schirrmeister, Lutz; Grigoriev, Mikhail N; Kunitsky, Victor V; Andreev, Andrei A; Murray, Andrew Sean; Overduin, Pier Paul (2011): Coastal permafrost landscape development since the Late Pleistocene in the western Laptev Sea, Siberia. Boreas, 40(4), 697-713Maria Winterfeld, Lutz Schirrmeister, Mikhail N Grigoriev, Victor V Kunitsky, Andrei A Andreev, Andrew Sean Murray & Pier Paul Overduin
The palaeoenvironmental development of the western Laptev Sea is understood primarily from investigations of exposed cliffs and surface sediment cores from the shelf. In 2005, a core transect was drilled between the Taymyr Peninsula and the Lena Delta, an area that was part of the westernmost region of the non-glaciated Beringian landmass during the late Quaternary. The transect of five cores, one terrestrial and four marine, taken near Cape Mamontov Klyk reached 12 km offshore...
Downcore rock-magnetic properties of ICDP Core 5045-1, Lake Ohrid, supplement to: Just, Janna; Nowaczyk, Norbert R; Sagnotti, Leonardo; Francke, Alexander; Vogel, Hendrik; Lacey, Jack H; Wagner, Bernd (2016): Environmental control on the occurrence of high-coercivity magnetic minerals and formation of iron sulfides in a 640 ka sediment sequence from Lake Ohrid (Balkans). Biogeosciences, 13(7), 2093-2109Janna Just, Norbert R Nowaczyk, Leonardo Sagnotti, Alexander Francke, Hendrik Vogel, Jack H Lacey & Bernd Wagner
The bulk magnetic mineral record from Lake Ohrid, spanning the past 637 kyr, reflects large-scale shifts in hydrological conditions, and, superimposed, a strong signal of environmental conditions on glacial–interglacial and millennial timescales. A shift in the formation of early diagenetic ferrimagnetic iron sulfides to siderites is observed around 320 ka. This change is probably associated with variable availability of sulfide in the pore water. We propose that sulfate concentrations were significantly higher before ~320 ka,...
Low-field magnetic susceptibility and magnetic parameters of the navigation channel dried grab samplesJean Nizou & Francois Demory
Low-field magnetic susceptibility of every sample was measured with an MFK1 susceptibilimeter (AGICO; K_LF ). The obtained value was normalized by the weight of the sample to determine the specific low-field magnetic susceptibility, X_LF . Determination of Anhysteretic Remanent Magnetization (ARM), Saturation Isothermal Remanent Magnetization (SIRM) and Isothermal Remanent Magnetization (IRM) was performed with a superconducting rock magnetometer SRM760R (2G enterprises). The ARM is an artificial magnetization gained in an alternating magnetic field of 100...
Magnetic parameters of the Bay of Seine seafloor dried grab samples at t0 (i.e. from June to September 2011), t1 (i.e. in March 2013), t2 (i.e. in June 2013) and t3 (i.e. in September 2013)Jean Nizou & Francois Demory
Determination of Anhysteretic Remanent Magnetization (ARM), Saturation Isothermal Remanent Magnetization (SIRM) and Isothermal Remanent Magnetization (IRM) was performed with a superconducting rock magnetometer SRM760R (2G enterprises). The ARM is an artificial magnetization gained in an alternating magnetic field of 100 mT superimposed on a steady field of 50 µT, which is comparable to the strength of the geomagnetic field. The ARM is afterward subject to demagnetization at 30 mT (ARM_30 ). The SIRM was acquired...
Underway physical oceanography and carbon dioxide measurements during Explorer of the Seas cruise Ex0745BBRik Wanninkhof, Betty Huss & Robert D Castle
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(Table 1) Geographical location and nutrient composition of saline lake sediments (SLS) and nearby adjacent biological soil crusts (BSC) identified as potential dust sources, supplement to: Abed, Raeid M M; Ramette, Alban; Hübner, Vera; De Deckker, Patrick; de Beer, Dirk (2012): Microbial diversity of eolian dust sources from saline lake sediments and biological soil crusts in arid Southern Australia. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 80(2), 294-304Raeid M M Abed, Alban Ramette, Vera Hübner, Patrick De Deckker & Dirk de Beer
While microbial communities of aerosols have been examined, little is known about their sources. Nutrient composition and microbial communities of potential dust sources, saline lake sediments (SLS) and adjacent biological soil crusts (BSC), from Southern Australia were determined and compared with a previously analyzed dust sample. Multivariate analyses of fingerprinting profiles indicated that the bacterial communities of SLS and BSC were different, and these differences were mainly explained by salinity. Nutrient concentrations varied among the...
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Sediment depth is given in mcd.
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GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite System.DEM - Digital Elevation Model.