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(Table S2) Relative abundance of planktic foraminifera species in the 63-150 micron size fraction at SY section of Hor-Hahar

Sigal Abramovich, Shlomit Yovel-Corem, Ahuva Almogi-Labin & Chaim Benjamini
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] gives the depth below the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary.
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(Table S4) Relative abundance of planktic foraminifera species in the 63-150 micron size fraction at SYC section of Hor-Hahar

Sigal Abramovich, Shlomit Yovel-Corem, Ahuva Almogi-Labin & Chaim Benjamini
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] gives the depth below the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary.
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(Table S1) Relative abundance of planktic foraminifera species in the >150 micron size fraction at SY section of Hor-Hahar

Sigal Abramovich, Shlomit Yovel-Corem, Ahuva Almogi-Labin & Chaim Benjamini
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] gives the depth below the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary. <1 = present.
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Planktonic foraminifera in the Maastrichtian of Hor-Hahar, supplement to: Abramovich, Sigal; Yovel-Corem, Shlomit; Almogi-Labin, Ahuva; Benjamini, Chaim (2010): Global climate change and planktic foraminiferal response in the Maastrichtian. Paleoceanography, 25(2), PA2201

Sigal Abramovich, Shlomit Yovel-Corem, Ahuva Almogi-Labin & Chaim Benjamini
The lengthy warm, stable climate of the Cretaceous terminated in the Campanian with a cooling trend, interrupted in the early and latest Maastrichtian by two events of global warming, at ~70-68 Ma and at 65.78-65.57 Ma. These climatic oscillations had a profound effect on pelagic ecosystems, especially on planktic foraminiferal populations. Here we compare biotic responses in the tropical-subtropical (Tethyan) open ocean and mesotrophic (Zin Valley, Israel) and oligotrophic (Tunisia) slopes, which correlate directly with...
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(Table S3) Relative abundance of planktic foraminifera species in the >150 micron size fraction at SYC section of Hor-Hahar

Sigal Abramovich, Shlomit Yovel-Corem, Ahuva Almogi-Labin & Chaim Benjamini
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] gives the depth below the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary.
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Analysis of Pacific oyster larval proteome and its response to high-CO2, supplement to: Dineshram, R; Wong, Kevin K W; Shu, Xiao; Yu, Ziniu; Qian, Pei Yuan; Thiyagarajan, Vengatesen (2012): Analysis of Pacific oyster larval proteome and its response to high-CO2. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64(10), 2160-2167

R Dineshram, Kevin K W Wong, Xiao Shu, Ziniu Yu, Pei Yuan Qian & Vengatesen Thiyagarajan
Most calcifying organisms show depressed metabolic, growth and calcification rates as symptoms to high-CO(2) due to ocean acidification (OA) process. Analysis of the global expression pattern of proteins (proteome analysis) represents a powerful tool to examine these physiological symptoms at molecular level, but its applications are inadequate. To address this knowledge gap, 2-DE coupled with mass spectrophotometer was used to compare the global protein expression pattern of oyster larvae exposed to ambient and to high-CO(2)....
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(Table 2) Mg/Ca ratios of individual Globigerinoides ruber tests of plankton pump samples

Aleksey Y Sadekov, Stephen M Eggins, Patrick De Deckker & Dick Kroon
Water samples from 0-5 m depth.
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(Table 2) Mg/Ca ratios of individual Globigerinoides ruber tests of surface sediment samples

Aleksey Y Sadekov, Stephen M Eggins, Patrick De Deckker & Dick Kroon
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(Table 1) Age model of ODP Leg 198 sites

Elizabeth M Griffith, Michael Calhoun, Ellen Thomas, Kristen Averyt, Andrea M Erhardt, Timothy J Bralower, Mitchell W Lyle, Annette Olivarez Lyle & Adina Paytan
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] is given in mcd.
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(Table S2) Sand fraction of ODP Leg 198 holes

Elizabeth M Griffith, Michael Calhoun, Ellen Thomas, Kristen Averyt, Andrea M Erhardt, Timothy J Bralower, Mitchell W Lyle, Annette Olivarez Lyle & Adina Paytan
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] is given in mbsf.
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Late Eocene to early Oligocene carbonate and barite accumulation rates in the Pacific Basin, supplement to: Griffith, Elizabeth M; Calhoun, Michael; Thomas, Ellen; Averyt, Kristen; Erhardt, Andrea M; Bralower, Timothy J; Lyle, Mitchell W; Olivarez Lyle, Annette; Paytan, Adina (2010): Export productivity and carbonate accumulation in the Pacific Basin at the transition from a greenhouse to icehouse climate (late Eocene to early Oligocene). Paleoceanography, 25(3), PA3212

Elizabeth M Griffith, Michael Calhoun, Ellen Thomas, Kristen Averyt, Andrea M Erhardt, Timothy J Bralower, Mitchell W Lyle, Annette Olivarez Lyle & Adina Paytan
The late Eocene through earliest Oligocene (40-32 Ma) spans a major transition from greenhouse to icehouse climate, with net cooling and expansion of Antarctic glaciation shortly after the Eocene/Oligocene (E/O) boundary. We investigated the response of the oceanic biosphere to these changes by reconstructing barite and CaCO3 accumulation rates in sediments from the equatorial and North Pacific Ocean. These data allow us to evaluate temporal and geographical variability in export production and CaCO3 preservation. Barite...
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Mass accumulation rates of IODP Hole 320-U1333C, supplement to: Erhardt, Andrea M; Pälike, Heiko; Paytan, Adina (2013): High-resolution record of export production in the eastern equatorial Pacific across the Eocene-Oligocene transition and relationships to global climatic records. Paleoceanography, 28(1), 130-142

Andrea M Erhardt, Heiko Pälike & Adina Paytan
Understanding changes in export production through time provides insight into the response of the biological pump to global climate change, particularly during periods of rapid climate change. In this study we consider what role changes in export production may have had on carbon sequestration and how this may have contributed to the onset of the Eocene-Oligocene transition (EOT). In addition, we consider if these export production variations are dominantly controlled by orbitally driven climate variability....
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Mg/Ca variability in Globigerinoides ruber tests, supplement to: Sadekov, Aleksey Y; Eggins, Stephen M; De Deckker, Patrick; Kroon, Dick (2008): Uncertainties in seawater thermometry deriving from intratest and intertest Mg/Ca variability in Globigerinoides ruber. Paleoceanography, 23(1), PA1215

Aleksey Y Sadekov, Stephen M Eggins, Patrick De Deckker & Dick Kroon
Laser ablation inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry microanalysis of fossil and live Globigerinoides ruber from the eastern Indian Ocean reveals large variations of Mg/Ca composition both within and between individual tests from core top or plankton pump samples. Although the extent of intertest and intratest compositional variability exceeds that attributable to calcification temperature, the pooled mean Mg/Ca molar values obtained for core top samples between the equator and >30°S form a strong exponential correlation with mean...
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(Table S1) CaCO3 and barite content and accumulation rates in ODP Leg 198 holes and DSDP Hole 85-574C

Elizabeth M Griffith, Michael Calhoun, Ellen Thomas, Kristen Averyt, Andrea M Erhardt, Timothy J Bralower, Mitchell W Lyle, Annette Olivarez Lyle & Adina Paytan
DEPTH, sediment/rock [m] is given in mbsf. DBD of 85-574C is extrapolated from DSDP shipboard data (Mayer et al., 1985), DBD and MAR of 199-1218A from Lyle et al. (2005).
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Calcium and sodium concentrations of the Talos Dome ice core, Antarctica, supplement to: Schüpbach, Simon; Federer, Urs; Kaufmann, Patrik R; Albani, Samuel; Barbante, Carlo; Stocker, Thomas F; Fischer, Hubertus (2013): High-resolution mineral dust and sea ice proxy records from the Talos Dome ice core. Climate of the Past, 9(6), 2789-2807

Simon Schüpbach, Urs Federer, Patrik R Kaufmann, Samuel Albani, Carlo Barbante, Thomas F Stocker & Hubertus Fischer
In this study we report on new non-sea salt calcium (nssCa2+, mineral dust proxy) and sea salt sodium (ssNa+, sea ice proxy) records along the East Antarctic Talos Dome deep ice core in centennial resolution reaching back 150 thousand years (ka) before present. During glacial conditions nssCa2+ fluxes in Talos Dome are strongly related to temperature as has been observed before in other deep Antarctic ice core records, and has been associated with synchronous changes...
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Magnetic remanence from IODP Hole 330-U1377B

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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P-Wave velocity (PWC) from IODP Hole 330-U1377B

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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Reflectance spectroscopy and colorimetry from IODP Hole 330-U1377B

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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Magnetic remanence from IODP Hole 330-U1373A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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Moisture and density (MAD) measured on IODP Hole 330-U1376A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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Gamma ray attenuation bulk density from IODP Hole 330-U1376A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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Solids analysis from IODP Hole 330-U1373A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Top depth CSF-A (m)#0 = bdl (below detection limit)
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Reflectance spectroscopy and colorimetry from IODP Hole 330-U1375A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Depth CSF-A (m)
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XRD raw data from IODP Exp330

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
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Carbonate analysis from IODP Hole 330-U1372A

Anthony AP Koppers, Toshitsugu Yamazaki, Jörg Geldmacher & Expedition 330 Scientists
Geocode = Top depth CSF-A (m)
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