Helmholtz Open Science Briefing: Zweites Helmholtz Open Science Forum \"Helmholtz in der Nationalen Forschungsdateninfrastruktur (NFDI)\": ReportNina Leonie Weisweiler, Roland Bertelmann, Constanze Curdt, Frank Oliver Glöckner, Uwe Jandt, Achim Streit, York Sure-Vetter & Nicolas Villacorta
Zur Förderung des Dialogs zur NFDI in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft veranstaltete das Helmholtz Open Science Office am 8. Dezember 2021 ein zweites virtuelles Helmholtz Open Science Forum unter dem Motto „Helmholtz in der Nationalen Forschungsdateninfrastruktur (NFDI)“. Alle Mitarbeitenden der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft waren eingeladen, sich an dem zentrenübergreifenden Austausch zu beteiligen. Aufbauend auf das erste Forum im Mai 2021 lag der Schwerpunkt der Veranstaltung auf der Identifikation und Diskussion von Helmholtzspezifischen Themen und Aktivitäten bei der Realisierung der...
First evidence from Lake Melville, Canada: Subglacial lake sediments underneath the Laurentide Ice Sheet?Sophie Kowalski , Christian Ohlendorf , Andrea Catalina Gebhardt & Jens Matthiessen
The fjord-type Lake Melville is located in Labrador, Eastern Canada, as part of the Hamilton Inlet System. It is mainly characterised by riverine freshwater influx into its western end and intrusion of saline water from the Labrador Sea through the shallow Rigolet Narrows. Previous studies assumed that the retreating Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) caused the deposition of a typical glacial sediment sequence when its margin reached Lake Melville between 10,000 to 8,000 years ago (King,...
Deposition of Subglacial Lake Sediments underneath the Laurentide Ice Sheet? – Sediment Cores from Lake Melville, Canada, provide first EvidenceSophie Kowalski, Christian Ohlendorf, Jens Matthiessen & Andrea Catalina Gebhardt
Lake Melville is a fjord-type lake located in Labrador, Eastern Canada, as part of the Hamilton Inlet System. It is significantly characterised by its eastern connection to the Labrador Sea through a shallow sill at the entrance to the Rigolet Narrows. In contrast, the western part of the lake receives freshwater input from several major rivers. Previous studies assumed that Lake Melville was fully excavated by the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) during the last glacial....
Checklist to Support the Helmholtz Centers in Implementing Policies on Sustainable Research SoftwareReinhard Messerschmidt, Heinz Pampel, Felix Bach, Wolfgang zu Castell, Michael Denker, Ants Finke, Bernadette Fritzsch, Martin Hammitzsch, Uwe Konrad, Yvonne Leifels, Christoph Möhl, Marco Nolden, Markus Scheinert, Tobias Schlauch, Thomas Schnicke & Dirk Steglich
As the digitalization of research and teaching progresses, the number of software solutions developed at scientific institutions and used for the purpose of knowledge production is increasing. The accessibility and reuse of scientific results called for under the heading “open science” can be ensured in many fields only if, in addition to research data, program code is also made openly accessible. The present guide is addressed to decision-makers at the Helmholtz Centers who deal with...
The reconstruction of past Antarctic sea ice coverage through the application of diatom assemblages is often hampered in near coastal environments due to silica dissolution effects. The more recently established approach of using highly branched isoprenoid biomarkers to identify past sea ice conditions seems a valid method to overcome this limitation and that may also provide insight into ice-shelf dynamics. Here, we evaluate the so-called PIPSO25 index applied to modern surface sediments from the Amundsen...
Decoupled dust deposition and ocean productivity in the Antarctic Zone of the Southern Ocean over the past 1.5 million yearsMichael E. Weber , Ian Bailey , Sidney R. Hemming , Yasmina M. Martos , Brendan T. Reilly , Thomas A. Ronge , Stefanie Brachfeld , Trevor Williams , Maureen Raymo , Simon T. Belt , Hendrik Vogel , Victoria Peck , Linda Armbrecht , Alix Cage , Fabricio G. Cardillo , Zhiheng Du , Gerson Fauth , Christopher J. Fogwill , Marga Garcia , Marlo Garnsworthy , Anna Glüder , Michelle Guitard , Marcus Gutjahr , Iván Hernández-Almeida , Frida S. Hoem … & Xufeng Zheng
Southern Ocean paleoceanography provides key insights into how iron fertilization and oceanic productivity developed through Pleistocene ice-ages and their role in influencing the carbon cycle. We report the first high-resolution record of dust deposition and ocean productivity for the Antarctic Zone, close to the main dust source, Patagonia. Our deep-ocean records cover the last 1.5 Ma, thus doubling that from Antarctic ice-cores. We find a ≥10-fold increase in dust deposition during glacials and a ≤5-fold...
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research5
Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres2
GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel2
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research1
University of Adelaide1
University of Plymouth1
Spanish Institute of Oceanography1
Andalusian Earth Sciences Institute1