Data compilation on the biological response to ocean acidification: environmental and experimental context of data sets and related literature, supplement to: Yang, Yan; Hansson, L; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre (2016): Data compilation on the biological response to ocean acidification: an update. Earth System Science Data, 8(1), 79-87International Coordination Centre Ocean Acidification
The exponential growth of studies on the biological response to ocean acidification over the last few decades has generated a large amount of data. To facilitate data comparison, a data compilation hosted at the data publisher PANGAEA was initiated in 2008 and is updated on a regular basis (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.149999). By January 2015, a total of 581 data sets (over 4 000 000 data points) from 539 papers had been archived. Here we present the developments...
(Table 1) Distribution of lower to middle Eocene calcareous nannofossils in DSDP Hole 93-605, supplement to: Applegate, Joseph L; Wise, Sherwood W (1987): Eocene calcareous nannofossils, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 605, upper continental rise off New Jersey, U.S.A. In: van Hinte, JE; Wise, SW Jr; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 93, 685-698Joseph L Applegate & Sherwood W Wise
Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 605 recovered a nearly continuous and thick (366 m) lower to middle Eocene carbonate sequence. The diversity of nannofossils is quite high and coccoliths are generally abundant to very abundant. Preservation is moderate in the upper part of the sequence and poor in the lower part, corresponding to a marked decrease in the biogenic silica content. Unrestricted open marine conditions are indicated by the high pelagic content of the section....
Method A: wet-bulk volume measured with special volume sampler; method B: wet-bulk volume measured by gas pycnometry; method C: dry volume measured by gas pycnometry
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