ECHOG_A15_PRI: 2000 year control run of preindustrial climate (DEKLIM-EEM project), monthly mean valuesFrank Kaspar & Ulrich Cubasch
Project: Climate change at the end of a warm stage DEKLIM-EEM is a joint project consisting out of 9 individual proposals. The project was financially supported by the German Ministry for Education and Research(BMBF) within the framework of the research programme DEKLIM (www.deklim.de). The purpose of the joint project is to reconstruct the climate of past interglacials and to contribute to the understanding of mechanism that are responsible for the transition to a cold stage....
Species ABAL; No of rings 60; Begin 1632; End 1691
Height of tropause 11770 m; Data processing by Wolfgang Gloeden, Maritime Klimaüberwachung (KU24), Deutscher Wetterdienst, http://www.dwd.de
Height of tropause 17150 m; Data processing by Wolfgang Gloeden, Maritime Klimaüberwachung (KU24), Deutscher Wetterdienst, http://www.dwd.de
The ARM Program discovered a long-standing issue with their equatorial tropical western Pacific sites (Manus and Nauru) UVB data that renders the data unusable. The decision was then made to stop measuring UV at these sites. Therefore PLEASE REFRAIN FROM USING ANY UV DATA FROM NAURU OR MANUS!
This data set comprises TerraSAR-X attitude data in terms of quaternions.
(Table 1) Geochemistry of carbonate veins from basalts of the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, ODP Leg 168, supplement to: Coggon, Rosalind M; Teagle, Damon A H; Cooper, Matthew J; Vanko, David A (2004): Linking basement carbonate vein compositions to porewater geochemistry across the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, ODP Leg 168. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 219(1-2), 111-128Rosalind M Coggon, Damon A H Teagle, Matthew J Cooper & David A Vanko
Leg 168 of the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) investigated the heat flow, fluid chemistry and crustal alteration associated with ridge flank hydrothermal systems. Ten sites were drilled on the eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, along an 80 km transect, between 20 and 100 km east of the spreading centre. Recovered cores consisted of 100-500 m of sediment with shallow penetration (1.7-48.1 m) into the underlying igneous basement (0.8-3.6Ma). Here we use the...