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Latitudinal variation in the planktic foraminifer Contusotruncana contusa in the terminal Cretaceous ocean, supplement to: Kucera, Michal; Malmgren, Bjorn (1996): Latitudinal variation in the planktic foraminifer Contusotruncana contusa in the terminal Cretaceous ocean. Marine Micropaleontology, 28(1), 31-52

Michal Kucera & Bjorn Malmgren
The morphological variability (coiling properties, size and shape) of the planktic foraminifer Contusortuncana contusa (Cushman) in the terminal Cretaceous ocean was examined at eight deep-sea sites and two continental sections from low (16°) to middle (42°) paleolatitudes in both hemispheres. The material used in this study includes samples from the South Atlantic (DSDP Sites 356, 527 and 525A), North Atlantic (Sites 384 and 548A), Indian and Pacific Oceans (DSDP Site 465A and ODP Sites 761C...

Documentation of sediment core PS70/294-4

Jan Tolzmann, Ruediger Stein, Robert F Spielhagen & Catalina Gebhardt

Identifying technologies used in Cultural Heritage

Ruth Owen, Dimitrios Buhalis & Daniël Pletinckx
VAST 2004: The 5th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Tree-ring width of Abies alba (Miller) from historical object sample HOF10254-7

Jutta Hofmann
Species ABAL; No of rings 50; Begin 1433; End 1482

NURBS-based Inverse Reflector Design

Oscar Anson, Francisco J. Seron & Diego Gutierrez
CEIG 08 - Congreso Espanol de Informatica Grafica

Ontology-Based Visualization of Hierarchical Neuroanatomical Structures

Anja Kuß, Steffen Prohaska, Björn Meyer, Jürgen Rybak & Hans-Christian Hege
Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biomedicine

Clay mineralogy of sdiment core PS2157-3 in the Arctic Ocean

Christoph Vogt & Jochen Knies
Peak areas representing the clay mineral groups are transformed into relative clay mineral percentages by means of Biscaye's factors (1965) using the assumption that the clay fraction consists only of clay minerals

(Table 1) Strontium isotope ratios of planktonic foraminifera and ostracoda from ODP Hole 120-748B on the Kerguelen Plateau, Indian Ocean, supplement to: Zachos, James C; Opdyke, Bradley N; Quinn, Terrence Michael; Jones, Charles E; Halliday, Alex N (1999): Early cenozoic glaciation, antarctic weathering, and seawater 87Sr/86Sr: is there a link? Chemical Geology, 161(1-3), 165-180

James C Zachos, Bradley N Opdyke, Terrence Michael Quinn, Charles E Jones & Alex N Halliday
Stable and radiogenic isotopic and sedimentological data from sub-Antarctic deep sea sediment cores reveal a temporal link between changes in seawater 87Sr/86Sr ratios and major episodes of late Eocene-early Oligocene climate change. The 87Sr/86Sr records show two major inflections, one at 38-39 Ma near the middle/late Eocene boundary, followed by another at 33.4 Ma. Similarly, the oxygen isotope, ice-rafted debris, and clay assemblage records indicate two important climatic events: the appearance of alpine glaciers and/or...

High-Quality Multimodal Volume Visualization of Intracerebral Pathological Tissue

Christian Rieder, Michael Schwier, Horst K. Hahn & Heinz-Otto Peitgen
Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biomedicine

Stable carbon and oxygen isotope composition of Late Cretaceous benthic foraminifera from the southern South Atlantic, supplement to: Friedrich, Oliver; Schmiedl, Gerhard; Erlenkeuser, Helmut (2006): Stable isotope composition of Late Cretaceous benthic foraminifera from the southern South Atlantic: Biological and environmental effects. Marine Micropaleontology, 58(2), 135-157

Oliver Friedrich, Gerhard Schmiedl & Helmut Erlenkeuser
The stable carbon and oxygen isotope composition of different benthic foraminiferal species of the latest Campanian and earliest Maastrichtian from Ocean Drilling Project Hole 690C (Weddell Sea, southern South Atlantic, ~1800 m paleowater depth) have been investigated. The total range of measured isotope values of all samples exceeds ~4 per mil for delta 13C and 1.1 per mil for delta 18O. Carbon isotope values of proposed deep infaunal species are generally similar or only slightly...

Age determinations of sediment core GIK12522-2

Kyaw Winn, Helmut Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & Mikael Gustafsson
No correction has been made to C-14 ages for possible reservoir effects in brackish waters.

Postglacial deposition of sand in the Eckernfoerder Bay, western Baltic Sea, supplement to: Wefer, Gerold; Weber, M; Erlenkeuser, Helmut (1978): Sandablagerungen während der postglazialen Transgression in der Eckernförder Bucht (westliche Ostsee). Senckenbergiana maritima, 10(1/3), 39-61

Gerold Wefer, M Weber & Helmut Erlenkeuser
At the NW-slope of Eckernforder Bay (Western Baltic) between 14 and 21 m water depth 7 sand cores were taken with a vibrocorer. The cores were between 85 and 250 cm long. The sand was analysed for grain size distribution, proportions of organic carbon and carbonate, and contents of microfossils. The radiometric age and stable carbon isotope ratios were determined on organic material from 14 sample.With regard to benthic foraminifera and other microorganisms four different...

Stable isotope ratios measured on carbonate tests from the Kara Sea, supplement to: Simstich, Johannes; Erlenkeuser, Helmut; Spielhagen, Robert F; Stanovoy, Vladimir V (2005): Modern and Holocene hydrographic characteristics of the shallow Kara Sea shelf (Siberia) as reflected by stable isotopes of bivalves and benthic foraminifera. Boreas, 34(3), 252-263

Robert F Spielhagen, Johannes Simstich, Helmut Erlenkeuser & Vladimir V Stanovoy
River discharge of Ob and Yenisei to the Kara Sea is highly variable on seasonal and interannual time scales. River water dominates the shallow bottom water near the river mouths, making it warmer and less saline but seasonally and interannually more changeable than bottom water on the deeper shelf. This hydrographic pattern shows up in measurements and modelling, and in stable isotope records (delta18O, delta13C) along the growth axis of bivalve shells and in multiple...

Age determination and stable isotope ratios of three sediment cores from the Great Belt, supplement to: Winn, Kyaw; Erlenkeuser, Helmut; Nordberg, Kjell; Gustafsson, Mikael (1998): Paleohydrography of the Great Belt, Denmark, during the Littorina Transgression: the isotope signal. Meyniana, 50, 237-251

Kyaw Winn, Helmut Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & Mikael Gustafsson
The marine transgression Into the Baltic Sea through the Great Belt took place around 9,370 calibrated C-14-years B.P. The sedimentary sequence from the early brackish phase and the change to marine conditions has been investigated in detail through C-14-datings, and oxygen and carbon isotope measurements, and is interpreted by comparison with modern analogs.The oldest brackish sediments are the strongly laminated clays and silts rich in organic carbon followed by non-laminated heavily bioturbated silts. The bedding...

Stable isotopes measured on Ammonia beccarii from sediment core GIK12522-2

Kyaw Winn, Helmut Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & Mikael Gustafsson
Stable isotopes were measured with VG and MAT251 mass spectrometers.

Stable isotopes measured on Ammonia beccarii from sediment core GIK12523-1

Kyaw Winn, Helmut Erlenkeuser, Kjell Nordberg & Mikael Gustafsson
Stable isotopes were measured with VG and MAT251 mass spectrometers.

Benthic foraminifera distribution of sediment core BP00-07/05

Johannes Simstich, Vladimir V Stanovoy, Dorothea Bauch, Helmut Erlenkeuser & Robert F Spielhagen
Age: Calendar ages from Simstich et al., 2004

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