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Helicopter-borne sea ice thickness measurements during POLARSTERN campaign ARK-XXVI/3 (TransArc) in the Arctic Ocean from flight HEM_ARK26_08

Stefan Hendricks, Priska A Hunkeler, Robert Ricker, Marcel Nicolaus, Mario Hoppmann & Christian Katlein

Helicopter-borne sea ice thickness measurements during POLARSTERN campaign ARK-XXVI/3 (TransArc) in the Arctic Ocean from flight HEM_ARK26_09

Stefan Hendricks, Priska A Hunkeler, Robert Ricker, Marcel Nicolaus, Mario Hoppmann & Christian Katlein

(Table 4) Geochemistry of apatite from ODP Hole 129-800A samples

Peter J Vrolijk, Raymond A Donelick, John Queng & Mark Cloos

(Table T19) Chemical composition of ilmenite from ODP Hole 193-1188F

Álvaro M M Pinto, Fernando J A S Barriga & Steven D Scott

(Table 4) Trace element composition of solid sediment in interstitial water samples of ODP Leg 129 holes

Christian France-Lanord, Annie Michard & Anne Marie Karpoff
Sediment depth is given in mbsf, rounded to the nearest meter.

(Table 2) Water content and D/H analysis of pore waters of ODP Hole 129-800A

Christian France-Lanord & M F Sheppard
Estimations bsed on interlayer pore-watere content i = 15 dry wt% or 20 dry wt%.

(Tables 1-3) Water chemistry of cloud forest streams at baseflow conditions, Rio San Francisco, Ecuador, supplement to: Bücker, Amelie; Crespo, Patricio; Frede, Hans-Georg; Vaché, Kellie; Cisneros, Felipe; Breuer, Lutz (2010): Identifying controls on water chemistry of tropical cloud forest catchments: Combining descriptive approaches and multivariate analysis. Aquatic Geochemistry, 16(1), 127-149

Amelie Bücker, Patricio Crespo, Hans-Georg Frede, Kellie Vaché, Felipe Cisneros & Lutz Breuer
We investigated controls on the water chemistry of a South Ecuadorian cloud forest catchment which is partly pristine, and partly converted to extensive pasture. From April 2007 to May 2008 water samples were taken weekly to biweekly at nine different subcatchments, and were screened for differences in electric conductivity, pH, anion, as well as element composition. A principal component analysis was conducted to reduce dimensionality of the data set and define major factors explaining variation...

(Table T1) Bulk rock geochemistry of fresh lavas from ODP Leg 193 sites, PACMANUS field, supplement to: Miller, D Jay; Vanko, David A; Paulick, Holger (2006): Data report: Petrology and geochemistry of fresh, recent dacite lavas at Pual Ridge, Papua New Guinea, from an active, felsic-hosted seafloor hydrothermal system. In: Barriga, FJAS; Binns, RA; Miller, DJ; Herzig, PM (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 193, 1-31

D Jay Miller, David A Vanko & Holger Paulick
Leg 193 was the fourth Ocean Drilling Program expedition focusing on understanding subseafloor hydrothermal systems. This program was the first to combine studies of the volcanology, structure, hydrology, mineralization, and microbiology of a subseafloor hydrothermal system hosted by felsic rocks by coring at the PACMANUS hydrothermal field in the Manus Basin, Papua New Guinea. The study examines only the petrology and bulk rock and mineral chemistry of the freshest and most morphologically youthful lava flows...

(Table 1) Sulphur content and stable isotope ratios of ODP Leg 129 holes, supplement to: Alt, Jeffrey C; Burdett, James W (1992): Sulfur in pacific deep-sea sediments (Leg 129) and implications for cycling of sediment in subduction zones. In: Larson, RL; Lancelot, Y; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 129, 283-294

Jeffrey C Alt & James W Burdett
The mineralogy of S-bearing phases, S-contents, and S-isotopic compositions of sediments and interstitial waters were determined for three cores drilled during Leg 129 in the western Pacific. Pelagic clays, chalks, and radiolarites generally contain 350-1200 ppm S, with essentially all S present as sulfate. Volcanogenic turbidite units contain about 400 ppm S, with about 10%-20% of total sulfur as pyrite-S and the remainder as sulfate. A single claystone from the base of Hole 802A has...

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2006-02)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-01)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-02)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-05)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2008-10)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2009-04)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2009-09)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-08)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-09)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-10)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2007-12)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2008-01)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2008-09)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2010-05)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at Neumayer station (2010-11)

Gert König-Langlo

Continuous meteorological observations at station Ny-Ålesund (1992-07)

Andreas Herber

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