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(Table 2) Chemical composition of airborne material from yellow snow fallen in the Russian North on March 25-26, 2008

Vladimir P Shevchenko, V B Korobov, Alexander P Lisitzin, A S Aleshinskaya, Olga Yu Bogdanova, V B Goryunova, I V Grishchenko, O M Dara & N N Zavernina
These data have been additionally sent by Dr. Vladimir Shevchenko.

(Table 1) Mean grain sizes and standard deviations of gas hydrate samples, supplement to: Klapp, Stephan A; Hemes, H; Klein, Helmut; Bohrmann, Gerhard; MacDonald, Ian R; Kuhs, Werner F (2010): Grain size measurements of natural gas hydrates. Marine Geology, 274(1-4), 85-94

Stephan A Klapp, H Hemes, Helmut Klein, Gerhard Bohrmann, Ian R MacDonald & Werner F Kuhs
Methane hydrates are present in marine seep systems and occur within the gas hydrate stability zone. Very little is known about their crystallite sizes and size distributions because they are notoriously difficult to measure. Crystal size distributions are usually considered as one of the key petrophysical parameters because they influence mechanical properties and possible compositional changes, which may occur with changing environmental conditions. Variations in grain size are relevant for gas substitution in natural hydrates...

(App. Table II-3) Wind parameters and volumes of air filtered through Whatman-41 filters in the Kara Sea in September 1993

Vladimir P Shevchenko
Filter square was 175 sq.cm.

(Table T1) Revised composite depth scale for ODP Site 199-1218

Heiko Pälike, Theodore C Moore, Jan Backman, Isabella Raffi, Luca Lanci, Josep M Parés & Thomas R Janecek

(Table T5) Depth mapping pairs from ODP Site 119-1219 to 119-1218

Heiko Pälike, Theodore C Moore, Jan Backman, Isabella Raffi, Luca Lanci, Josep M Parés & Thomas R Janecek
Sediment depth is given in rmcd.

(Table S2) Stable oxygen isotope record and Mg/Ca ratios of Globigerinoides sacculifer from ODP Site 138-847

Michael W Wara, Ana Christina Ravelo & Margaret Lois Delaney
Sediment depth is given in mcd.

(Table S3) Stable oxygen isotope record Globorotalia tumida from ODP Site 138-847

Michael W Wara, Ana Christina Ravelo & Margaret Lois Delaney
Sediment depth is given in mcd.

(App. Table II-5) Chemical composition of aerosols with particle size >0.001 mm collected by nets in the Kara and Barents seas in August-October 1993

Vladimir P Shevchenko

(Table 7.13) Indicator ratios of tracer elements in Arctic aerosols

Vladimir P Shevchenko

(Table 1) Cell number of three size groups of algae and their percentage in total cell number of phytoplankton in the water column in the northern subtropical Pacific

Galina I Semina, A S Mikaelyan & Galina A Belyaeva

(Table 4) 40Ar/39Ar total fusion ages of ODP Hole 120-750B

Hubert Whitechurch, R Montigny, James H Sevigny, Michael Storey & Vincent J M Salters
J = 0.0095548, incremental heating

Physical oceanography during HEINCKE cruise HE355

Boris P Koch, Bela Hieronymus Buck & Gerd Rohardt

(Table 1) Geotechnical stratigraphic units of ODP Hole 120-751A

Frank R Rack & Amanda Palmer-Julson

Basic measurements of radiation at station Ilorin (1996-03)

T O Aro
Some additional quality control will be performed during summer 2013 for the LW data. For further infos contact Rachel T. Pinker

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2005

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2010

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2011

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2022

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2025

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2033

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2034

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2039

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

Documentation of sediment core MD95-2043

Franck C Bassinot & Laurent D Labeyrie

(Table 2) Biomass of the key groups of phytoplankton in the Black Sea in June 1991

T V Yuneva, L S Svetlichnyi, Oleg A Yunev, L V Georgieva & Ludmila G Senichkina
Biomass is average for the 0-100 m layer.

(Table 3) Biomass of dominant species of Peridinea in the Black Sea in June 1991

T V Yuneva, L S Svetlichnyi, Oleg A Yunev, L V Georgieva & Ludmila G Senichkina
Biomass is average for the 0-100 m layer.

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