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Radiosonde PS78/32592 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-08-30 04:21h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9327 m, precipitable water content 0.9051 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32593 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-08-30 10:55h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9367 m, precipitable water content 0.9612 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32606 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-06 04:03h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9360 m, precipitable water content 0.7051 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32609 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-07 10:37h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9207 m, precipitable water content 0.7172 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32610 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-08 04:19h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9240 m, precipitable water content 0.6517 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32616 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-12 10:38h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 8255 m, precipitable water content 0.6229 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32619 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-14 04:16h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 7622 m, precipitable water content 0.5028 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32624 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-16 10:44h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 10421 m, precipitable water content 1.7098 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32634 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-22 04:59h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 7766 m, precipitable water content 0.5559 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32637 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-24 10:38h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 11319 m, precipitable water content 0.8212 cm

Radiosonde PS78/32638 during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXVI/3 on 2011-09-25 10:38h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9074 m, precipitable water content 0.8677 cm

Meteorological observations during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXII/1a

Gert König-Langlo

Meteorological observations during POLARSTERN cruise ARK-XXII/1b

Gert König-Langlo

Stable carbon isotope ratio of atmospheric CO2 of ice core EDC96, Grenoble ball mill

Jochen Schmitt, Robert Schneider, Joachim Elsig, Daiana Leuenberger, Anna Lourantou, Jérôme A Chappellaz, Peter Köhler, Fortunat Joos, Thomas F Stocker, Markus C Leuenberger & Hubertus Fischer
The data set "Grenoble ball mill" is based on the published data set (Lourantou et al. 2010) and measured on the EDC96 core. The ages of this data set is recalculated and transferred from the EDC3 age scale to the age scale of Lemieux-Dudon et al., 2010. Additionally, an offset correction was applied to the d13C measurements. All data were shifted by 0.16 per mil towards heavier values.

(Table 1) Calcareous nannofossils from ODP Hole 133-815A

Stefan Gartner, Wuchang Wei & Jih-Ping Shyu
Species abundances: V (very rare) = <1 specimen per 50 fields (<0.04%), R (rare) = 1 specimen per 11-50 fields (~0.04%-0.2%), F (few) = 1 specimen per 2-10 fields (~0.2%-1%), C (common) = 1-5 specimens per field (~1%-5%), A (abundant) = 6-25 specimens per field (~5%-25%), W (very abundant) = >25 specimens per field (>25%), - = absent.

Carbon in the Atlantic Ocean Region - the CARINA project: Results and Data, Version 1.0

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division

(Table 3) Molalities of C1-iC5 in pore water below the AOM zone

Katja U Heeschen, Hans-Jürgen Hohnberg, Matthias Haeckel, Friedrich Abegg, Manuela Drews & Gerhard Bohrmann
* No pore water data are available for MAC-12. In 3 out of 4 MAC cores the lower limit of the AOM zone is less than 10 cm deep; the lower limit in MAC-12 is set at 10 cm. In MAC-10 the lower limit of the AOM was not reached.

(Figure 1) Rheological properties for six oil samples at different temperatures

Yuanping Gao & Kewen Li
Six oil samples were from the same oil field but different oil wells: light oil, heavy oil samples A, B, C, D and E. We measured their viscosity with different shear rates at three temperatures, using Anton Paar rotation viscometer.

(Figure 2) Viscosity-temperature characteristics of six oil samples

Yuanping Gao & Kewen Li
Six oil samples were from the same oil field but different oil wells: light oil, heavy oil samples A, B, C, D and E. We measured their viscosity with different temperatures, using Anton Paar rotation viscometer.

GEOSECS Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Mediterranean Radiocarbon Data

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division

Age determination of sediment core RC10-196

Karen E Kohfeld & Zanna Chase
Note that in the NW Pacific, Sarnthein et al. (2007) have no reliable estimate of reservoir age correction at 14270 14C age. They estimate that the reservoir correction is reduced to 300 yr during H1. Using a reservoir correction of 300 y instead of 450 y at 41.5cm results in a calendar age of 16,600 yr and reduces the sedimentation rate to 4.1 cm/ky.

(Table T1) Description of massive and semimassive sulfides of ODP Site 193-1189

Raymond A Binns
Curated sediment depth is given in mbsf.

(Table 1) Paleomagnetic analyses of ODP Hole 129-801C basalts

Brian P Wallick & Maureen B Steiner

(Table 2) Planktonic foraminifera species found in sediment trap samples and bottom sediments at Station Vy20-3178

Vyacheslav N Lukashin, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Evgeny A Romankevich, Elena G Arashkevich, Sergey O Borodkin, Galina A Korneeva, Natalia S Os'kina & Nikolay V Pimenov

(Table 3) Vertical fluxes of sediment matter, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus at Station Vy20-3178

Vyacheslav N Lukashin, Vladimir P Shevchenko, Evgeny A Romankevich, Elena G Arashkevich, Sergey O Borodkin, Galina A Korneeva, Natalia S Os'kina & Nikolay V Pimenov

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