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Sariel Hübner, Torsten Günther, Andrew Flavell, Eyal Fridman, Andreas Graner, Abraham Korol & Karl J. Schmid
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(Table 4.3.4) Rates of microbial processes in bottom sediments of the Batabano Bay

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

(Table 4.3.6) Consumption of organic carbon in microbial processes in bottom sediments of the Batabano Bay

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

(Table 4.4.6) Formation- and consumption rates of methane in surface sediment layers of the Benguela Upwelling area per 1 sq. m

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

Basic measurements of radiation at station Cener (2011-10)

Xabier Olano

Light scattering and CTD measurements from METEOR cruise M68/1

Maren Walter
Depth calculated from pressure.

(Table 11) Shell characteristics of recent Calyptogena species

Elena M Krylova & Heiko Sahling

cmip5 output1 NCC NorESM1-M piControl, served by ESGF

Mats Bentsen, Ingo Bethke, Jens Debernard, Helge Drange, Christoph Heinze, Trond Iversen, Alf Kirkevåg, Øyvind Seland & Jerry Tjiputra
Project: IPCC Assessment Report 5 and Coupled Model Intercomparison Project data sets - These data belong to two projects: 1) to the Assessment Report No 5 of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-AR5) and 2) to the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project No 5 (CMIP5). CMIP5 is executed by the Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI) on behalf of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). Most of the data is replicated between the...

Larval Development Rates

Jack Forster, Andrew G. Hirst & Guy Woodward

Basson et al data

C Helene Basson, Casper Nyamukondiwa & John S Terblanche
Survival, fecundity and metabolic rate data for two treatment groups (hardened and control).


Hanna Weiss-Schneeweiss, Cordula Blöch, Barbara Turner, José L. Villaseñor, Tod F. Stuessy & Gerald M. Schneeweiss
complete alignment of entire 5S rDNA spacer sequences of Melampodium sect. Melampodium; nexus file


Hanna Weiss-Schneeweiss, Cordula Blöch, Barbara Turner, José L. Villaseñor, Tod F. Stuessy & Gerald M. Schneeweiss
complete alignment of partial pgiC paralogue 2 sequences of Melampodium sect. Melampodium; nexus file


Ben J Evans, Shireen M Maarschalk, Simone A Mendel & Richard C Tinsley
MIMAR input file for X. clivii

(Table 1) Relarive abundance of foraminiferal species in the surface layer of bottom sediments from the Atlantic Ocean, supplement to: Barash, Max S; Blyum, Natalia S (1976): Recent thanatocoenoses of planktonic foraminifera in the North and Equatorial Atlantic. Translated from Okeanologiya, 1975, 15(1), 108-115, Oceanology, 15(1), 76-81

Max S Barash & Natalia S Blyum
Quantitative ratios of tests of planktonic foraminiferal species in thanatocoenoses within the surface layer of bottom sediments from Iceland to the Equator are described. Subarctic, boreal, subtropical and tropical types of thanatocoenoses and their subtypes are distinguished. Each subtype corresponds to a 2-3°C interval of mean annual temperature of the upper layer of ocean water. Comparison of fossil thanatocoenoses from Quaternary sediment cores with recent thanatocoenoses offers new potentials for paleotemperature analysis.

Tab. 2: Average geochemical composition of dolerites from Neuschwabenland, supplement to: Spaeth, Gerhard; Schüll, P (1987): A survey of mesozoic dolerite dikes from western Neuschwabenland, Antarctica, and their geotectonic significance. Polarforschung, 57(1/2), 93-113

Gerhard Spaeth & P Schüll
In western Neuschwabenland basic dikes occur in the Jurassic lavas and Permian sediments of Vestfjella as weil as in the Precambrian sedimentary-volcanogenic rock sequence of the Ahlmannryggen and in the Precambrian crystalline complexes of Heimefrontfjella and Mannefallknausane. The concentration of the dikes in Vestfjella is conspicuous. Two main directions of strike perpendicular to each other are recognizable, from which the NE-SW striking one is predominant. The direction of the dikes coincides with the Mesozoic and...

Sedimentverteilung im Seegebiet bei Bokniseck, Eckernförder Bucht, westliche Ostsee (sediment distribution at Bokniseck, western Baltic Sea; map), supplement to: Wefer, Gerold; Tauchgruppe, Kiel (1974): Topographie und Sedimente im Hausgarten des Sonderforschungsbereiches 95 der Universität Kiel (Eckernförder Bucht, Westl. Ostsee). Meyniana, 26, 3-7

Gerold Wefer & Kiel Tauchgruppe
A detailed topographic survey was carried out in the "Hausgarten"-area of the Joint Research Programm 95 of the University of Kiel by the Deutsches Hydrographisches Institut. Based on this information a sediment distribution map was constructed. A horizontal section extending from 0 to 27 m of water depth was investigated showing the distribution of pebbles and boulders, of algal growth, and exposed areas of glacial marl; the grain size distribution was determined for the various...

(Table 2) Maximum values of relative abundances of radiolarian species in samples of surface layer sediments from the North Atlantic, supplement to: Matul, Alexander G (1999): On the relation of Radiolaria distribution to the water masses participating in the formation of the North Atlantic deep water. Translated from Okeanologiya, 1999, 39(1), 152-157, Oceanology, 39(1), 137-142

Alexander G Matul
Distribution of twelve Radiolaria species in the surface layer of sediments was analyzed from the author's data for the North Atlantic and from published materials for the Norwegian-Greenland Basin. Presumably, the groups of species are distinguished with respect to their relation and not related to water masses participating in formation of the North Atlantic Deep Water. They are as follows: (a) the group of species (A. tumudulum, L. arachnea) from surface and subsurface water masses...

Composition of particulate lipids in the intermediate zone between the Kara and Laptev Seas, supplement to: Alexandrova, Olga A; Shevchenko, Vladimir P; Fahl, Kirsten; Stein, Ruediger; Kolatchek, J (2000): Recent data on the lipid composition in suspended matter from the intermediate area between the Kara and Laptev Seas. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2000, 40(3), 379-384, Oceanology, 40(3), 351-355

Olga A Alexandrova, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Kirsten Fahl, Ruediger Stein & J Kolatchek
Chemical group composition of particulate lipids from the intermediate zone between the Kara and Laptev Seas is studied by thin-layer chromatography with flame ionization detection (IATROSCAN TH-10). Hydrocarbons and complex polar lipids similar to those found in the previously studied southeastern area of the Kara Sea are basic components of particulate lipids. High content of triglycerides in the upper layers of the water mass north of the Severnaya Zemlya Islands is a characteristic feature of...

Concentration of dissolved phosphates and total phosphorus in seawater near the Cape Utrish, Black Sea, supplement to: Beznosov, V N (1999): Development of phytoplankton and bacterioplankton in the water upwelled from the aerobic zone of the Black Sea. Translated from Okeanologiya, 1999, 39(1), 75-79, Oceanology, 39(1), 75-79

V N Beznosov
Dynamics of growth of natural phytoplankton and bacterioplankton in deep seawater upwelled to the upper sea layer were studied. Seawater from the lower part of the aerobic zone of the Black Sea was shown to have high bio-productive potential and can be used as an environment for algae and bacteria cultivation.

(Table 2) Sedimentation and accumulation rates of DSDP Holes 38-337 and 38-338, supplement to: Thiede, Jörn; Diesen, Geir W; Knudsen, Björn-Egil; Snåre, Torbjörn (1986): Patterns of Cenozoic sedimentation in the Norwegian - Greenland Sea. Marine Geology, 69(3-4), 323-352

Jörn Thiede, Geir W Diesen, Björn-Egil Knudsen & Torbjörn Snåre
The modern depositional environment of the deep Norwegian-Greenland Sea is highly asymmetric in an E–W direction because of the hydrography of the surface water masses and because of the more or less permanent pack ice cover of the East Greenland Current regime along the Greenland continental margin. By means of sedimentation rates we have tried to investigate whether this hydrographic asymmetry influenced the sediment input to the Norwegian-Greenland Sea over the past 60 m.y. Sediment...

(Table 1) Age and depth of reflectors of the 3.5-kHz and airgun seismic record and their corresponding depth of ash layers, carbonate peaks, and transition zones from DSDP Hole 83-504B, supplement to: Mienert, Jürgen (1984): The importance of carbonate content in the acoustic stratigraphy of Panama Basin. Marine Geology, 54(3-4), 237-247

Jürgen Mienert
DSDP cores from areas of low (Site 505) and high heat flow (Site 504 B) near the Costa Rica Rift, together with seismic profiles from the Panama Basin, have been studied to determine the relationship between: (1) carbonate content and physical and acoustic properties; and (2) carbonate content, carbonate diagenesis and acoustic stratigraphy. Except for ash and chert layers, bulk density correlates strongly and linearly with carbonate content. Velocity is uniform downcore and only small...

Code and data

Graeme T Lloyd, Steve C Wang & Stephen L Brusatte
R code and data as MS Excel worksheets that were used for the analyses.


Robert I. Colautti & Spencer C. H. Barrett
SAS Analysis. Note that you will have to add an import statement to import AllDataFixed.txt to run the script.

Eocene sedimentary calcium carbonate contents from ODP Sites 208-1267

Philip F Sexton, Richard D Norris, Paul A Wilson, Heiko Pälike, Thomas Westerhold, Ursula Röhl, Clara T Bolton & Samantha J Gibbs
High resolution Eocene records of CaCO3 concentrations were calculated, by regression, using sediment physical property data and measurements of sediment CaCO3 content. We developed an astronomically calibrated age model for Site 1258 (Demerara rise). Detailed chronologies for sites 1267 and 1210 were generated by tuning clear, correlatable events in their respective CaCO3 (%) records to the astronomically calibrated CaCO3 (%) record from Site 1258.

(Table 1) Major element concentrations of Upper Series magmas and Lower Series melts from ODP Hole 104-642E

Romain Meyer, Jan GH Hertogen, Rolf B Pedersen, Lothar Viereck-Götte & Michael Abratis
Major element concentrations are given in wt.%.

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