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Morphological, chemical and physical characteristics of cryosolic soils from Arctic Canada, supplement to: Tarnocai, Charles; Bockheim, James G (2011): Cryosolic soils of Canada: Genesis, distribution, and classification. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 91(5), 749-762

Charles Tarnocai & James G Bockheim
Cryosols are permafrost-affected soils whose genesis is dominated by cryogenic processes, resulting in unique macromorphologies, micromorphologies, thermal characteristics, and physical and chemical properties. In addition, these soils are carbon sinks, storing high amounts of organic carbon collected for thousands of years. In the Canadian soil classification, the Cryosolic Order includes mineral and organic soils that have both cryogenic properties and permafrost within 1 or 2 m of the soil surface. This soil order is divided...

Slope stability analyses based on sediment cores of the Ligurian Margin, Southern France, supplement to: Ai, Fei; Förster, Annika; Stegmann, Sylvia; Kopf, Achim J (2014): Geotechnical Characteristics and Slope Stability Analysis on the Deeper Slope of the Ligurian Margin, Southern France. In: Kyoji Sassa, Paolo Canuti, Yueping Yin (eds.), Landslide Science for a Safer Geoenvironment, Volume 3: Targeted Landslides. Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland, 549-555

Fei Ai, Annika Förster, Sylvia Stegmann & Achim J Kopf
Submarine slope failures of various types and sizes are common along the tectonic and seismically active Ligurian margin, northwestern Mediterranean Sea, primarily because of seismicity up to ~M6, rapid sediment deposition in the Var fluvial system, and steepness of the continental slope (average 11°). We present geophysical, sedimentological and geotechnical results of two distinct slides in water depth >1,500 m: one located on the flank of the Upper Var Valley called Western Slide (WS), another...

Planktonic foraminifer assemblages and stable oxygen and carbon isotope record of sediment core MD07-3076Q, supplement to: Gottschalk, Julia; Skinner, Luke C; Waelbroeck, Claire (2015): Contribution of seasonal sub-Antarctic surface water variability to millennial-scale changes in atmospheric CO2 over the last deglaciation and Marine Isotope Stage 3. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 411, 87-99

Julia Gottschalk, Luke C Skinner & Claire Waelbroeck
We report high-resolution planktonic foraminifer census counts and stable oxygen and carbon isotope measurements of the planktonic foraminifera G. bulloides and N. pachyderma s. from sediment core MD07-3076Q for the last deglaciation, the last glacial maximum and Marine Isotope Stage 3. These data provide insights into the marine cycling of carbon and frontal dynamics in the sub-Antarctic Atlantic during the last 68 ka.

Previous Archaeological Excavations along the 'Ostlänken' Railway Corridor 1965-2012: District cooling through the saltpetre factory

Archaeology Department Östergötland County Museum
Previous Archaeological Excavations along the 'Ostlänken' Railway Corridor 1965-2012: District cooling through the saltpetre factory

Previous Archaeological Excavations along the 'Ostlänken' Railway Corridor 1965-2012: Skatepark at Himmelstalund sports ground

UV Öst Swedish National Heritage Board
Skatepark at Himmelstalund sports ground

Dissolved and dissolvable iron concentrations and ligand characteristics in samples taken during POLARSTERN expedition ARK-XXII/2 to the Arctic Ocean, supplement to: Thuróczy, Charles-Edouard; Gerringa, Loes J A; Klunder, Maarten B; Laan, Patrick; Le Guitton, M; de Baar, Hein J W (2011): Distinct trends in the speciation of iron between the shallow shelf seas and the deep basins of the Arctic Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116(C10), C10009

Charles-Edouard Thuróczy, Loes J A Gerringa, Maarten B Klunder, Patrick Laan, M Le Guitton & Hein J W de Baar
The speciation of iron was investigated in three shelf seas and three deep basins of the Arctic Ocean in 2007. The dissolved fraction (<0.2 µm) and a fraction < 1000 kDa were considered here. In addition, unfiltered samples were analyzed. Between 74 and 83% of dissolved iron was present in the fraction < 1000 kDa at all stations and depth, except at the chlorophyll maximum (42-64%). Distinct trends in iron concentrations and ligand characteristics were...

Calcite accumulation in the eastern equatorial Pacific, supplement to: Loubere, Paul; Mekik, Figen; Francois, Roger; Pichat, Sylvain (2004): Export fluxes of calcite in the eastern equatorial Pacific from the Last Glacial Maximum to present. Paleoceanography, 19(2), PA2018

Paul Loubere, Figen Mekik, Roger Francois & Sylvain Pichat
The eastern equatorial Pacific (EEP) is an important center of biological productivity, generating significant organic carbon and calcite fluxes to the deep ocean. We reconstructed paleocalcite flux for the past 30,000 years in four cores collected beneath the equatorial upwelling and the South Equatorial Current (SEC) by measuring ex230Th-normalized calcite accumulation rates corrected for dissolution with a newly developed proxy for "fraction of calcite preserved". This method produced very similar results at the four sites...

Density and biomass of two copepod size fractions and various species obtained during Almirante Irizar cruises to the Drake Passage and Scotia Sea (2000-2003), supplement to: Thompson, Gustavo A; Dinofrio, Estela O; Alder, Viviana A (2011): Interannual fluctuations in copepod abundance and contribution of small forms in the Drake Passage during austral summer. Helgoland Marine Research, 66(2), 127-138

Gustavo A Thompson, Estela O Dinofrio & Viviana A Alder
The relative importance of small forms of copepods has been historically underestimated by the traditional use of 200-300-µm mesh nets. This work quantified the distribution and abundance of copepods, considering two size fractions (<300 µm and >300 µm), in superficial waters (9 m deep) of the Drake Passage and contributed to the knowledge of their interannual fluctuations among three summers. Four types of nauplii and eleven species of copepods at copepodite and adult stages were...

LBA-ECO CD-17 Secondary Forest Survey, Para and Rondonia, Brazil: 2002-2003

W.A. SALAS, D.S. ALVES, M.J. DUCEY, D.J. ZARIN & J. QI
This data set provides measurements for diameter at breast height (DBH), tree height, distance from tree stems to the furthest canopy element, and a species survey of secondary forests in Para and Rondonia, Brazil, from 2002-2003. The forest areas were defined as Type A and Type B stands. Measurements were made in the overstory, understory, and midstory of each stand. Type A stands were sampled intensively, with the goal of providing high-fidelity spatial information about...

Clustering of mRNAseq gene expression: consensus hierarchical

Correlation between mRNA expression and clinical features

Mutation Analysis (MutSig v2.0)

Mutation Assessor

Clustering of RPPA data: consensus hierarchical

Clustering of mRNA expression: consensus hierarchical

Clustering of miRseq precursor expression: consensus hierarchical

Clustering of mRNAseq gene expression: consensus NMF

Clustering of mRNAseq gene expression: consensus hierarchical

Clustering of miRseq mature expression: consensus NMF

Clustering of miRseq mature expression: consensus hierarchical

SNP6 Copy number analysis (GISTIC2)

Correlation between copy number and miR expression

Correlation between mRNA expression and DNA methylation

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