Geocode = [m CSF-A] Top Core depth (below sea floor)
Relative abundance indicated by number of plus signs; dash indicates constituent not observed. Empty cells mean no data.
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Based on 320 points.
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Depth to top of unit. <0.5 = trace, empty cells = no data.
Mercury species concentrations near Casey station, Antarctica and along the SR3 CASO-GEOTRACES transect, supplement to: Cossa, Daniel; Heimbürger, Lars-Eric; Lannuzel, Delphine; Rintoul, Stephen R; Butler, Edward C V; Bowie, Andrew R; Averty, Bernard; Watson, Roslyn J; Remenyi, Tomas (2011): Mercury in the Southern Ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75(14), 4037-4052Daniel Cossa, Lars-Eric Heimbürger, Delphine Lannuzel, Stephen R Rintoul, Edward C V Butler, Andrew R Bowie, Bernard Averty, Roslyn J Watson & Tomas Remenyi
We present here the first mercury speciation study in the water column of the Southern Ocean, using a high-resolution south-to-north section (27 stations from 65.50°S to 44.00°S) with up to 15 depths (0-4440 m) between Antarctica and Tasmania (Australia) along the 140°E meridian. In addition, in order to explore the role of sea ice in Hg cycling, a study of mercury speciation in the 'snow-sea ice-seawater' continuum was conducted at a coastal site, near the...
Mean annual surface displacement of the Laurichard rock glacier, French Alps, supplement to: Bodin, Xavier; Thibert, Emmanuel; Fabre, Denis; Ribolini, Adriano; Schoeneich, Philippe; Francou, Bernard; Reynaud, Louis; Fort, Monique (2009): Two decades of responses (1986-2006) to climate by the Laurichard rock glacier, French Alps. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 20(4), 331-344Xavier Bodin, Emmanuel Thibert, Denis Fabre, Adriano Ribolini, Philippe Schoeneich, Bernard Francou, Louis Reynaud & Monique Fort
The Laurichard active rock glacier is the permafrost-related landform with the longest record of monitoring in France, including an annual geodetic survey, repeated geoelectrical campaigns from 1979 onwards and continuous recording of ground temperature since 2003. These data were used to examine changes in creep rates and internal structure from 1986 to 2006. The control that climatic variables exert on rock glacier kinematics was investigated over three time scales. Between the 1980s and the early...
Raw data processing by inverse solutions method of Visbeck (2002); software (V. 0.5.0) by C.Mertens, Univ. Bremen
Sediment depth is given in mbsf. Empty cells indicate that no analysis was made; - = absent.
Phytomass and soil carbon storage of different land cover classes in the Usa river basin, supplement to: Hugelius, Gustaf; Virtanen, Tarmo A; Kaverin, Dmitry; Pastukhov, Alexander; Rivkin, Felix; Marchenko, Sergey; Romanovsky, Vladimir E; Kuhry, Peter (2011): High-resolution mapping of ecosystem carbon storage and potential effects of permafrost thaw in periglacial terrain, European Russian Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116(G3), G03024Gustaf Hugelius, Tarmo A Virtanen, Dmitry Kaverin, Alexander Pastukhov, Felix Rivkin, Sergey Marchenko, Vladimir E Romanovsky & Peter Kuhry
This study describes detailed partitioning of phytomass carbon (C) and soil organic carbon (SOC) for four study areas in discontinuous permafrost terrain, Northeast European Russia. The mean aboveground phytomass C storage is 0.7 kg C/m**2. Estimated landscape SOC storage in the four areas varies between 34.5 and 47.0 kg C/m**2 with LCC (land cover classification) upscaling and 32.5-49.0 kg C/m**2 with soil map upscaling. A nested upscaling approach using a Landsat thematic mapper land cover...
(Table 1) Deuterium excess record during different time periods in Lomonosovfonna ice core, supplement to: Divine, D V; Isaksson, Elisabeth; Pohjola, Veijo A; Meijer, Harro A J; van de Wal, Roderik S W; Martma, Tõnu; Moore, J; Sjögren, B; Godtliebsen, Fred (2008): Deuterium excess record from a small Arctic ice cap. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 113(D19), D19104D V Divine, Elisabeth Isaksson, Veijo A Pohjola, Harro A J Meijer, Roderik S W van de Wal, Tõnu Martma, J Moore, B Sjögren & Fred Godtliebsen
In this paper we present a deuterium excess (d) record from an ice core drilled on a small ice cap in Svalbard in 1997. The core site is located at Lomonosovfonna at 1255 m asl, and the analyzed time series spans the period 1400-1990 A.D. The record shows pronounced multidecadal to centennial-scale variations coherent with sea surface temperature changes registered in the subtropical to southern middle-latitude North Atlantic during the instrumental period. We interpret the...
Morphometry and biomass of the cultured mangrove oyster Crassostrea rhizophorae at the village of Urindeua, municipality of Salinópolis, State of Para, BrazilRafael Anaisce das Chagas, Francisca B A da Silva, Ana Virgília P do Vale & Marko Herrmann
Sampling date: 2013-10-05; Surface temperature (SST): 28.7 °C, Salinity: 36
Data in Table 1. in Wu et al. 2003 do not correspont to the description of "Sample Collection and Analysis" in the text.
(Table 1) Date, deployment location, tag longevity, and satellite data of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) from the Cook Islands, supplement to: Hauser, Nan; Zerbini, Alexandre N; Geyer, Ygor; Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter; Clapham, Phil (2010): Movements of satellite-monitored humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, from the Cook Islands. Marine Mammal Science, 26(3), 679-685Nan Hauser, Alexandre N Zerbini, Ygor Geyer, Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen & Phil Clapham
Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) undertake extensive seasonal migrations from summer feeding areas in high latitudes to winter mating and calving grounds in tropical waters (Clapham and Mead 1999, http://www.jstor.org/stable/3504352). In the Southern Hemisphere, seven populations are recognized by the International Whaling Commission (IWC).In this study, we report the movements of seven whales satellite-tagged in the Cook Islands, including the first documented migration to an antarctic feeding ground. In September 2006 and 2007 we attached Argos...