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(Table 2) Group composition of organic matter fro black shales collected in DSDP Holes 41-367 and 41-368

L I Bogolyubova & Pyotr P Timofeev

(Table AT2) Late Eocene-Albian palaeomagnetic analysis of ODP Hole 207-1257B

Yusuke Suganuma & James G Ogg
Sediment depth is given in mcd. Additional comments: Between 1R-2,47 and 1R-3,48: Possible gap of P15 foram zone (uppermost middle Eocene; lower upper Eocene); between 3R-4,36 and 4R-1,67: GAP of 10 meters = C19n/C19r??; 8R-4,84: Was run as 84.042 (label on minicore), but actually should be 84.084 (actual location in Bremen core!); 8-R-3,2: Was run as 83.117 (label on vial), but actually should be 83.002 (actual location in Bremen core!); between 6R-1,118 and 7R-1,14: Gap...

(Table AT2) Major element concentrations in sediments from ODP Leg 207 sites

Almut Hetzel, Hans-Jürgen Brumsack, Bernhard Schnetger & Michael E Böttcher
Depth, sediment is given in mbsf.

(Table T1) Stable nitrogen isotope ratios in bulk and decarbonated sediments from ODP Leg 207

Philip A Meyers & Stefano M Bernasconi
All d15N expressed relative to atmospheric N2. Total organic carbon (TOC) and total nitrogen (TN) concentrations are given on a whole-sediment basis.

(Fig. 5.2) Profile of Lead/Calcium ratios of an Arctica islandica shell collected off the coast of Northeast Iceland

Jacqueline Krause-Nehring, Thomas Brey & Simon R Thorrold
Shell increments were used to assign calendar years to all Pb/Ca values.

(Appendix A) Radiolarian abundance in ODP Hole 202-1241A, supplement to: Kamikuri, Shin-Ichi; Motoyama, Isao; Nishi, Hiroshi; Iwai, Masao (2009): Evolution of Eastern Pacific Warm Pool and upwelling processes since the middle Miocene based on analysis of radiolarian assemblages: Response to Indonesian and Central American Seaways. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 280(3-4), 469-479

Shin-Ichi Kamikuri, Isao Motoyama, Hiroshi Nishi & Masao Iwai
A quantitative radiolarian study at Ocean Drilling Program Site 1241 in the eastern tropical Pacific enables us to reconstruct paleoceanographic changes that occurred since the latest middle Miocene. Today, this site is located just under the Eastern Pacific Warm Pool (EPWP). Based on the abundance variations of radiolarian characteristic species which are indicators of upwelling and thermocline changes, it is suggested that three notable changes occurred at 10.6, 9.8, and 4.2 Ma in the region....

cops_nsod_ubt: wind data from sodar-RASS run by University of Bayreuth during COPS 2007

Rafael Eigenmann & Thomas Foken
Project: Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study - Weather forecast models have not been successful in improving the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast during the last 16 years. One reason for this stagnation is the lack of comprehensive, high-quality data sets usable for model validation as well as for data assimilation, thus leading to improved initial fields in numerical models. Theoretical analyses have identified the requirements measured data have to meet in order to close the gaps in...

(Table 3-3) Total abundance of microorganisms, glucose consumption and carbon dioxide assimilation rates in Atlantic bottom sediments of the Benguela upwelling area along 25°S

Nikolay V Pimenov, I A Davydova & Igor I Rusanov

(Table 1) Phenol contents in upper layer bottom sediments of the Atlantic Ocean at the section from the shelf to the pelagic area along 6°S

Valery I Peresypkin & Evgeny A Romankevich

(Table 1-3) Abundance of microorganisms, glucose consumption rate, carbon dioxide assimilation rate, and methane oxidation rate in the water column of the Benguela upwelling area along 25°S

Nikolay V Pimenov, I A Davydova & Igor I Rusanov

Sedimentology of core PG1972-1 (09-Tik-03)

Boris K Biskaborn, Ulrike Herzschuh, Dimitry Yu Bolshiyanov, Larissa A Savelieva, Romy Zibulski & Bernhard Diekmann

Hydrochemistry at site PG1972

Boris K Biskaborn, Ulrike Herzschuh, Dimitry Yu Bolshiyanov, Larissa A Savelieva, Romy Zibulski & Bernhard Diekmann

EDC dust flux 800 kyr (25 yr mean)

Fabrice Lambert, Matthias Bigler, Jørgen Peder Steffensen, Manuel A Hutterli & Hubertus Fischer
The file "EDC_DustFlux_25yr.dat" contains the 25-year constant time-step averages of the high-resolution 1cm data, averages being made of many data-points at the top, but only one or two at the bottom of the core. Please read the methods section of the paper before you do any variability analysis.

Profile of sediment echo sounding during SONNE cruise SO207 with links to ParaSound data files

Heinrich Villinger &
File format description see: Data Acquisition of ATLAS PARASTORE, Atlas Hydrographic (2007), Operator Manual ATLAS PARASTORE, Doc. Id.: ED 6006 G 212:/Version: 4.0/Edition: 05/2007, hdl:10013/epic.35589.d001.

(Table T1) Compressional wave velocities of ODP Site 189-1165

David A Handwerger, Alan K Cooper, Philip E O'Brien, Trevor Williams, Samantha R Barr, Robert B Dunbar, Amy Leventer & Richard D Jarrard

(Table T3) Velocity changes applied to ODP Sites 188-1166 and 119-742 impedance logs to match synthetic seismograms to seismic profiles

David A Handwerger, Alan K Cooper, Philip E O'Brien, Trevor Williams, Samantha R Barr, Robert B Dunbar, Amy Leventer & Richard D Jarrard
Lower boundary sediment depth is given in mbsf. Note that for Site 188-1166, the changes are too large to be realistic.

(Table 1) Major element composition of basalts from DSDP Leg 74 holes

Vincent J M Salters & Afi Sachi-Kocher

Physical oceanography during Jean Charcot cruise MEDATLANTE-I

J Raunet & J P Béthoux

Physical oceanography during Jean Charcot cruise MEDATLANTE-II

C E Lambert, E Nicolas, A Véron, P Buat-Menard, F Klinkhammer, P Le Corre, Pascal Morin, D Petit & A Isley

(Table 2) Paleomagnetic age control points for the Middle Miocene section of ODP Hole 120-747A

Wojciech Majewski & Steven M Bohaty

(Table T17) Constant rate of strain consolidation test conditions and consolidation properties of ODP Site 204-1244 sediments

Brian Tan, John T Germaine & Peter B Flemings
All stresses / pressures were originally measured in ksc (kgf/cm**2). The conversion of ksc to SI units is 1 ksc = 98.07 kPa. Test samples CRS499 and CRS577 were omitted because of lacking ODP sample labels.

(Table 89) Chemical composition of size fractions from calcareous aleurite-pelitic oozes from the Levantine Sea

Alexander P Lisitzin, Yury A Bogdanov, Emelyan M Emelyanov, A N Maksimov, Oleg S Pustelnikov, Valentina V Serova, L S Lukoshevitchus, A V Soldatov, Alexander V Ilin, V A Koshelev, Vladimir M Litvin, YuM Senin, Inna P Svirenko & Y I Shurko

(Table 90a) Grain size composition of pelitic bottom sediments from the near Nile province of the Mediterranean Sea

Alexander P Lisitzin, Yury A Bogdanov, Emelyan M Emelyanov, A N Maksimov, Oleg S Pustelnikov, Valentina V Serova, L S Lukoshevitchus, A V Soldatov, Alexander V Ilin, V A Koshelev, Vladimir M Litvin, YuM Senin, Inna P Svirenko & Y I Shurko

(Table 33c) Composition of Black Sea bottom sediments and uranium concentrations in interstitial waters

Gleb N Baturin

Concentrations (mg/kg) of terrigenous elements (i.e., Al, Fe, K, Ti and Si) in the 18-63 µm-sub-fraction of 16 samples from Core GeoB9504-3 determined by XRF powder measurement and ICP-OES

Jean Nizou, Till J J Hanebuth & Christoph Vogt
Only the terrigenous fraction of the sediment was analyzed, i.e., organic matter, carbonate and biogenic opal were removed chemically before measurement. Precision on ICP-OES measurements is 2%. Samples smaller than 1 g could not be analyzed with the XRF powder measurement device.

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