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(Fig. 8e) Anomalies of δ¹⁸O(w) estimated from foraminifera of sediment core MD95-2040

Antje H L Voelker, Lucia de Abreu, Joachim Schönfeld, Helmut Erlenkeuser & Fatima F Abrantes

Alkenones and sea surface reconstruction of sediments from, the Arabian Sea, supplement to: Rostek, Frauke; Bard, Édouard; Beaufort, Luc; Sonzogni, Corinne; Ganssen, Gerald M (1997): Sea surface temperature and productivity records for the past 240 kyr in the Arabian Sea. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 44(6-7), 1461-1480

Frauke Rostek, Édouard Bard, Luc Beaufort, Corinne Sonzogni & Gerald M Ganssen
Deep-sea sediments of two cores from the western (TY93-929/P) and the southeastern (MD900963) Arabian Sea were used to study the variations of the Indian monsoon during previous climatic cycles. Core TY93-929/P was located between the SW monsoon driven upwelling centres off Somalia and Oman, which are characterized by large seasonal sea surface temperature (SST) and particle flux changes. By contrast, core MD900963, was situated near the Maldives platform, an equatorial ocean site with a rather...

Summary of sea surface temperature trends reconstructed from alkenones for the Holocene

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann
Trend >0 means a warming over the time period, trend <0 means a cooling over the time period.

Ice-rafted debris, geochemistry and stable oxygen isotope record of sediment core MD99-2277, supplement to: Helmke, Jan Peter; Bauch, Henning A; Mazaud, Alain (2003): Evidence for a mid-Pleistocene shift of ice-drift pattern in the Nordic seas. Journal of Quaternary Science, 18(2), 183-191

Jan Peter Helmke, Henning A Bauch & Alain Mazaud
Sediment proxy records from a continuous, 1.5 million year long deep-sea sediment core from a site in the western Norwegian Sea were used to obtain new insights into the nature of palaeoceanographic change in the northern North Atlantic (Nordic seas) during the climatic shift of the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (MPR). Red-green sediment colour and magnetic susceptibility records both reveal significant differences in their mean values when comparing the intervals older than 700 000 yr (700 ka)...

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD01-2443 using alkenones

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD01-2378 using Mg/Ca-ratios

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD01-2412 using alkenones

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD95-2011 using alkenones

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD95-2042 using alkenones

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Sea surface temperature reconstruction from sediment core MD02-2529 using alkenones

Guillaume Leduc, Ralph R Schneider, Jung-Hyun Kim & Gerrit Lohmann

Physical oceanography during Marion Dufresne cruise 35MF71JADE_1 on section IR06

WHP WOCE Hydrographic Programme
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Physical oceanography during Marion Dufresne cruise 35MF62JADE_1 on section IR06

WHP WOCE Hydrographic Programme
For definition of quality flags see hdl:10013/epic.31518.d001

Geochemistry and radiolarian distribution of sediment core MD96-2073, supplement to: Jacot des Combes, Hélène; Caulet, Jean-Pierre; Tribovillard, Nicolas (2005): Monitoring the variations of the Socotra upwelling system during the last 250 kyr: a biogenic and geochemical approach. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 223(3-4), 243-259

Hélène Jacot des Combes, Jean-Pierre Caulet & Nicolas Tribovillard
A combination of changes in the species composition of the radiolarian populations, and in the sediment chemical composition (content and mass accumulation rates of carbonate, organic carbon, and selected major and trace elements, with special attention paid to Ba) is used to reconstruct the variations in upwelling activity over the last 250 kyr in the Socotra gyre area (Somali-Socotra upwelling system, NW Indian Ocean).In the Socotra gyre (Core MD 962073 at 10°N), the variations in...

(Table 1) Counts and concentrations of pollen, spores and dinoflagellate cysts in sediment core MD01-2378

Hiroshi Kawamura, Ann Holbourn & Wolfgang Kuhnt

Age determination and stable carbon oxygen isotopes of sediment core MD99-2334, supplement to: Skinner, Luke C; Shackleton, Nicholas J (2004): Rapid transient changes in northeast Atlantic deep water ventilation age across Termination I. Paleoceanography, 19(2), PA2005

Luke C Skinner & Nicholas J Shackleton
A sequence of accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) 14C dates performed on benthic and planktonic foraminifera from a northeast Atlantic deep-sea core (MD99-2334K; 37°48'N, 10°10'W; 3146 m) permit the reconstruction of deep water “14C ventilation ages” across the last deglaciation. The records from MD99-2334K have been placed on the GISP2 timescale via the synchrony of temperature changes recorded in the Greenland ice cores and in North Atlantic planktonic delta18O(cc) (calcite delta18O). On the basis of a...

(Appendix C) Abundance of spores and pollen in sediment core MD01-2378

Hiroshi Kawamura, Ann Holbourn & Wolfgang Kuhnt
A Lycopodium tablet contains 12542 spores.

(Appendix B) Abundance of dinoflagellates in sediment core MD01-2378

Hiroshi Kawamura, Ann Holbourn & Wolfgang Kuhnt

Palynology of sediment core MD01-2378, supplement to: Kawamura, Hiroshi; Holbourn, Ann; Kuhnt, Wolfgang (2006): Climate variability and land–ocean interactions in the Indo Pacific Warm Pool: A 460-ka palynological and organic geochemical record from the Timor Sea. Marine Micropaleontology, 59(1), 1-14

Hiroshi Kawamura, Ann Holbourn & Wolfgang Kuhnt
Climatic conditions in the western Timor Sea and the adjacent northwestern part of Australia are reconstructed for the last 460 ka, based on geochemical and palynological proxy records of paleoproductivity and land vegetation (precipitation) from IMAGES Core MD01-2378. Reduced precipitation and elevated productivity characterize glacial stages, whereas enhanced precipitation and reduced productivity are typical of interglacial stages. A long-term reduction in precipitation over the last 320 ka occurred in two steps at approximately 300 ka...

(Appendix 1) Stable oxygen isotope record of Globigerina bulloides, and abundances of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma and ice-rafted debris in sediment core MD95-2042

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 3) Abundance of ice-rafted debris in sediment core MD99-2341

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 5) Abundances of ice-rafted debris in sediment core MD95-2039

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 3) Stable oxygen isotope record of Globigerina bulloides and abundance of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma in sediment core MD99-2341

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 8) Stable oxygen isotope record of Globigerina bulloides, and abundances of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma and ice-rafted debris in sediment core MD99-2339

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 9) Stable oxygen isotope record of Globigerina bulloides, and abundances of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma and ice-rafted debris in sediment core MD99-2331

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

(Appendix 7) Abundance of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma in sediment core MD01-2444

Frédérique Eynaud, Lucia de Abreu, Antje H L Voelker, Joachim Schönfeld, Emilia Salgueiro, Jean-Louis Turon, Aurélie Penaud, Samuel Toucanne, Filipa Naughton, Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Bruno Malaizé & Isabel Cacho

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