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Documentation of sediment core GIK13207-3

Kyaw Winn & Friedrich Werner

(Appendix) Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of fine-fraction sediments across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary of DSDP Hole 74-525A from Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic

Javier A Alcalá-Herrera, Ethan L Grossman & Stefan Gartner
Ages were obtained using the magnetostratigraphy data reported by Chave (1984) and age interpretation made by Shackleton and Hall (1984). The K/T boundary is assumed to have an absolute age of 64.5 Ma. based on recent precise determinations of the age of the K/T boundary (Izett et al., 1991).

(Appendix) Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of fine-fraction sediments across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary of DSDP Hole 74-527 from Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic

Javier A Alcalá-Herrera, Ethan L Grossman & Stefan Gartner
Ages were obtained using the magnetostratigraphy data reported by Chave (1984) and age interpretation made by Shackleton and Hall (1984). The K/T boundary is assumed to have an absolute age of 64.5 Ma. based on recent precise determinations of the age of the K/T boundary (Izett et al., 1991).

Geochemistry of terrigenous material in deep-sea sediments of the equatorial Pacific, supplement to: Ziegler, Christa L; Murray, Richard W; Plank, Terry; Hemming, Sidney R (2008): Sources of Fe to the equatorial Pacific Ocean from the Holocene to Miocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 270(3-4), 258-270

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming
Biological productivity in the modern equatorial Pacific Ocean, a region with high nutrients and low chlorophyll, is currently limited by the micronutrient Fe. In order to test whether Fe was limiting in the past and to identify potential pathways of Fe delivery that could drive Fe fertilization (i.e., dust delivery from eolian inputs vs. Fe supplied by the Equatorial Undercurrent), we chemically isolated the terrigenous material from sediment along a cross-equatorial transect in the central...

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from sediment core TT013_18

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material of deep-sea surface sediments

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundray on the Walvish Ridge, supplement to: Alcalá-Herrera, Javier A; Grossman, Ethan L; Gartner, Stefan (1992): Nannofossil diversity and equitability and fine-fraction d13C across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary at Walvis Ridge Leg 74, South Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology, 20(1), 77-88

Javier A Alcalá-Herrera, Ethan L Grossman & Stefan Gartner
The isotopic composition and diversity of nannofossils were studied in cores from the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) Sites 525A, 527, 528, and 529 from the Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic to better understand the changes which occurred across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary (K/T boundary). The stratigraphic range of the samples is from the Arkhangelskiella cymbiformis Zone in the Maastrichtian to the Heliolithus kleinpelli Zone in the Danian. Nannofossil diversity was high (Shannon-Weaver diversity index, 'H= 2.5-3)...

(Appendix) Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of fine-fraction sediments across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary of DSDP Hole 74-529 from Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic

Javier A Alcalá-Herrera, Ethan L Grossman & Stefan Gartner
Ages were obtained using the magnetostratigraphy data reported by Chave (1984) and age interpretation made by Shackleton and Hall (1984). The K/T boundary is assumed to have an absolute age of 64.5 Ma. based on recent precise determinations of the age of the K/T boundary (Izett et al., 1991).

Stable carbon isotope ratios and accumulation rates of organic carbon and nutrients of DSDP Hole 79-545 (Appendix A), supplement to: Wagner, Thomas; Wallmann, Klaus; Herrle, Jens O; Hofmann, Peter; Stuesser, Isabel (2007): Consequences of moderate ~25,000 yr lasting emission of light CO2 into the mid-Cretaceous ocean. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 259(1-2), 200-211

Thomas Wagner, Klaus Wallmann, Jens O Herrle, Peter Hofmann & Isabel Stuesser
Future warming is predicted to shift the Earth system into a mode with progressive increase and vigour of extreme climate events possibly stimulating other mechanisms that invigorate global warming. This study provides new data and modelling investigating climatic consequences and biogeochemical feedbacks that happened in a warmer world ~112 Myr ago. Our study focuses on the Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE) 1b and explores how the Earth system responded to a moderate ~25,000 yr lasting...

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from ODP Hole 138-850B

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from sediment core TT013_83

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from sediment core TT013_72

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from sediment core TT013_144

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Table 2) Chemical composition of terrigenous material from sediment core TT013_32

Christa L Ziegler, Richard W Murray, Terry Plank & Sidney R Hemming

(Appendix) Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of fine-fraction sediments across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary of DSDP Hole 74-528 from Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic

Javier A Alcalá-Herrera, Ethan L Grossman & Stefan Gartner
Ages were obtained using the magnetostratigraphy data reported by Chave (1984) and age interpretation made by Shackleton and Hall (1984). The K/T boundary is assumed to have an absolute age of 64.5 Ma. based on recent precise determinations of the age of the K/T boundary (Izett et al., 1991).

(Table 1) Age determinations on sediment core V23-81

Wallace S Broecker, Michael Andree, Willy Wolfli, Hans Oeschger, Georges Bonani, James P Kennett & Dorothy M Peteet

(Table A2) Calcium carbonate content in Late Pliocene sediments of DSDP Site 94-609 in the North Atlantic

Maureen E Raymo, William F Ruddiman, Jan Backman, Bradford M Clement & Douglas G Martinson
Depth is composite depth (mcd)

(Table A6) Opal content and stable oxygen isotope ratios of foraminifera from sediment core RC15-94

Christopher D Charles, Philip N Froelich, Michael A Zibello, Richard A Mortlock & Joseph J Morley

Stable isotope ratios measured on foraminifera of DSDP Hole 85-574

Fay Woodruff & Samuel M Savin

Table 1b. Isotopic data on core MD84-641

Michel R Fontugne & Stephen E Calvert

(Table 1) Stable oxygen and carbon isotope ratios of Cibicides wuellerstorfi from ODP Site 121-758 in the northeast Indian Ocean

Jiajie Chen, John W Farrell, David W Murray & Warren L Prell
Depth is composite depth (mcd)

Geochemical analysis of sediment profile HAE9 from Hämelsee

Josef Merkt & U Sievers

Geochemical analysis of sediment profile HAE6 from Hämelsee

Josef Merkt

Pollen analysis of sediment profile HAE9 from Hämelsee

Josef Merkt & H H Müller

Pollen analysis of sediment profile HAE6 from Hämelsee

Josef Merkt & H H Müller

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