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(Table 4) Thorium 230 excess and Thorium 230 normalized sediment fluxes of sediment core NEAP-18B

Gesine Mollenhauer, Jerry F McManus, Thomas Wagner, I Nick McCave & Timothy Ian Eglinton
230Thxs corrected for decay and assuming a 238U/232Th ratio of R=0.5, sediment focussing factors assuming dry bulk density of 0.5g/cm**3, and 230Th normalized sediment fluxes.

Swath sonar bathymetry during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XVII/2 (PS56) with links to multibeam raw data files

Wibke Voß, Stefan Daschner & Hans Werner Schenke
Multibeam data were collected during R/V Polarstern cruise ANT-XVII/2. Data recording was executed on transit from Cape Town to Neumeyer Station and in Kong HÂkon VII. Sea. Data are unprocessed and may contain outliers and blunders. Therefore the data should not directly be used for grid calculations and charting projects but need to be edited furthermore. Because of a hardware problem the time stamps within the files are erroneously increased by one day starting at...

(Table 2) Chemical composition of basalts sampled outside the neovolcanic zone of the Hess Deep

Georgy L Kashintsev & Anatoly A Shreider

(Table 2) Radiocarbon concentrations and ages of TOC, alkenones and planktic foraminifera of sediment core 162-984A

Gesine Mollenhauer, Jerry F McManus, Thomas Wagner, I Nick McCave & Timothy Ian Eglinton

(Table 2) Radiocarbon concentrations and ages of TOC, alkenones and planktic foraminifera of sediment core NEAP-05B

Gesine Mollenhauer, Jerry F McManus, Thomas Wagner, I Nick McCave & Timothy Ian Eglinton

(Table 2) Fauna Harpacticoida and its distribution in the Kandalaksha Bay (White Sea) in July 1998 and 1999, supplement to: Rybnikov, P V; Kondar', D V; Azovskii, A I (2003): Properties of the White Sea littoral sediments and their influence on the fauna and distribution of Harpacticoida. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2003, 43(1), 97-108, Oceanology, 43(1), 91-102

P V Rybnikov, D V Kondar' & A I Azovskii
Dependence of the faunal composition and species structure of the White Sea littoral Harpacticoida on sediment properties was studied. Three groups of species could be distinguished according to their relationship with sediment properties: (1) species typical of silty sediments, (2) species preferring sediments with high gravel content, and (3) species inhabiting well-sorted washed sands. Vertical distribution of crustaceans within sediments of different types was studied. Vertical migrations of harpacticoids (3) during the tidal cycle were...

Comparative phylogenetic data

Josef C Uyeda, Thomas F Hansen, Stevan J Arnold & Jason Pienaar
Node-averaged phylogenetic comparative data of body size divergence

RWs extant and fossil taxa 7landmarks

Alicia Álvarez, Sergio I Perez & Diego H Verzi
Relative Warp Analysis of aligned landmark coordinates representing alveolar region of caviomorph mandible. This file contains data for extant and fossil caviomorph rodents. Landmark coordinates were adquired using tpsDig. Relative Warp Analysis was conducted using tpsRelw.

Data from: Range-wide genetic population structure of common pochard (Aythya ferina): a potentially important vector of highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses

Irene Keller, Yang Liu & Gerald Heckel
An understanding of the distribution and spatial structure of the natural vectors of zoonothic pathogens is of interest for effective disease control and prevention. Here, we investigate the range-wide population genetic structure of common pochard (Aythya ferina), a long distance migratory duck and potential vector of highly pathogenic avian influenza. We collected several hundred samples from breeding and wintering grounds across Eurasia including some H5N1 positive individuals and generated partial sequences of the mitochondrial control...

Tab. 1: Rb-Sr data of Read Group rocks, basement of the Read Window (A. Höhndorf, P. Müller, N. Roland)

Werner Buggisch, Georg Kleinschmidt, Hans Kreuzer & Stefan H Krumm

(Table 4) Grain size composition of suspended matter from surface waters of the North Dvina River mouth area on 15-25 May 2004, data of laser diffraction analysis

Marina D Kravchishina, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Alexander S Filippov, Alexander N Novigatsky, O M Dara, Tatyana N Alekseeva & Vyacheslav A Bobrov

(Table 5) Mineral composition of suspended matter from surface waters of the North Dvina River on 15-25 May 2004

Marina D Kravchishina, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Alexander S Filippov, Alexander N Novigatsky, O M Dara, Tatyana N Alekseeva & Vyacheslav A Bobrov
>0 = traces.

(Table 6) Chemical composition of suspended matter from surface waters of the North Dvina River on 15-25 May 2004

Marina D Kravchishina, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Alexander S Filippov, Alexander N Novigatsky, O M Dara, Tatyana N Alekseeva & Vyacheslav A Bobrov
>0 = traces.

Basic measurements of radiation at station Cabauw (2011-06)

Wouter Knap

Data from: Drift and selection influence geographic variation at immune loci of prairie-chickens

Jennifer L. Bollmer, Elizabeth A. Ruder, Jeff A. Johnson, John A. Eimes & Peter O. Dunn
Previous studies of immunity in wild populations have focused primarily on genes of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC); however, studies of model species have identified additional immune-related genes that also affect fitness. In this study, we sequenced five non-MHC immune genes in six greater prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus cupido) populations that have experienced varying degrees of genetic drift as a consequence of population bottlenecks and fragmentation. We compared patterns of geographic variation at the immune genes with...

Microsat genotypes

Jennifer L. Bollmer, Elizabeth A. Ruder, Jeff A. Johnson, John A. Eimes & Peter O. Dunn
Microsatellite genotypes at six loci for greater prairie-chickens from six populations.

Adult genotypes and coordinates

Tanya M. Llorens, Margaret Byrne, Colin J. Yates, Heidi M. Nistelberger & David J. Coates
Microsatellite data for adult plants used in the analyses. Adults were sampled from 9 populations. For 87F, all adults within a focus area were sampled. For the remaining 8 populations, all adults present within the population remnant were sampled. Columns are as follows: ID of adult plants; Population code; Data for 8 microsatellite loci; Geographic coordinates for each plant. Missing data are coded by '0'. Geographic coordinates are latitude and longitude recorded in decimal degrees...

Data from: Abiotic heterogeneity drives parasite local adaptation in coevolving bacteria and phages

Angus Buckling, Laura Lopez Pascua & Sylvain Gandon
Spatial abiotic heterogenity can result in divergent selection, hence might increase the magnitude of host-parasite local adaptation (the mean difference in fitness of sympatric versus allopatric host-parasite combinations). We explicitly tested this hypothesis by measuring local adapation in experimentally coevolved populations of bacteria and viruses evolved in the same or different nutrient media. Consistent with previous work, we found that mean levels of evolved phage infectivity and bacteria resistance varied with nutrient concentration, with maximal...

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Reinmar Hager, James M. Cheverud & Jason B. Wolf

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Reinmar Hager, James M. Cheverud & Jason B. Wolf

Temperature, oxygen and hydrogen sulphide measurements at rim of smoking crater during ROV dive M60/3-66 part a

Frank Zielinski
LATITUDE/LONGITUDE from DVLNav (Quest)

Profile of sediment echo sounding during SONNE cruise SO169 with links to ParaSound data files

Karsten Gohl

(Table 3.1.4a) Organic carbon contents and isotopic composition in suspended matter from surface-, bottom- and lower layer waters of the White Sea in August 2006

Alla Yu Lein & Mikhail V Ivanov

Temperature measurements during ROV dive M60/3-29

Frank Zielinski

Temperature measurements during ROV dive M60/3-66

Frank Zielinski

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