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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: 72.370100 * LONGITUDE: 126.475600 * ELEVATION: 5.0 m * LOCATION: Samoylov Island, Lena Delta, Siberia * DEVICE: Weather station/meteorological observation
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: -79.364000 * LONGITUDE: -161.706000 * ELEVATION: 550.0 m * Recovery: 764 m * LOCATION: Roosevelt Island, Antarctica * METHOD/DEVICE: Ice drill
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Abstract: In this contribution, we present broadband waveform data used in Monsalve et al., 2019. Teleseismic receiver functions were calculated at stations on the plateau of the Eastern Cordillera in Colombia. The data correspond to teleseismic events recorded at three stations (coded as CHI, ROSC and RUS) at epicentral distances between 29 and 90 degrees. We uploaded the raw waveforms in three components around the predicted P-arrival time at each station. Even though the length of the uploaded signal varies, we made sure that the signals before and after the predicted P-arrival time are several minutes long. -- The SAC files can be opened with SAC, Python (Obspy, PyRocko), and SEISAN (seismic analysis system). -- Within the zip file each folder corresponds to an event recorded, and inside are the stations that recorded the event (mixed in one folder). In the SAC file, the users can obtain the lat/long of the stations. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: 5.600000 * LONGITUDE: -73.000000 * LOCATION: Colombia
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Model Results Information: The model results are from the bubbly ice densification model of Salamatin and Lipenkov (see references). The model was applied to 6 different close-off depths (40-65 m), using measured RICE porosity as a tuning parameter, to model the pressure increase in bubbles at depth. All model parameters can be found in the model output text files for the 6 different model runs. They are described in detail in the references. Output parametres: h: Depth [m] C: Porosity [] Ccal: Modeled porosity [] Pb: Mean Bubble Pressure [MPa] Pbcal: Mean Bubble Pressure Modeled [MPa] Pi: Averaged pressure in the ice matrix [MPa] Age: ice age [kyr] Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: -79.364000 * LONGITUDE: -161.706000 * ELEVATION: 550.0 m * Recovery: 764 m * LOCATION: Roosevelt Island, Antarctica * METHOD/DEVICE: Ice drill
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Abstract: Biofouling causes massive economical losses in the maritime sector creating an urgent need for effective and ecologically non-harmful antifouling materials. Zinc oxide (ZnO) nanorod coatings show promise as an antifouling material; however, the toxicity of ZnO nanorods to marine organisms is not known. We compared the toxicity of suspended ZnO nanorods (NR) with that of ZnO nanoparticles (NP) and ionic Zn2+ in a marine bivalve Mytilus edulis exposed for two weeks to 10 or 100 µg Zn L-1 of ZnO NPs, NRs or Zn2+, or to immobilized NRs. The multi-biomarker assessment included bioenergetics markers (tissue energy reserves, activity of mitochondrial electron transport system and autophagic enzymes), expression of apoptotic and inflammatory genes, and general stress biomarkers (oxidative lesions, lysosomal membrane stability and metallothionein expression). Exposure to ZnO NPs, NRs and Zn2+ caused accumulation of oxidative lesions in proteins and lipids, stimulated autophagy, and led to lysosomal membrane destabilization indicating toxicity. However, these responses were not specific for the form of Zn (NPs, NR or Zn2+) and showed no monotonous increase with increasing Zn concentrations in the experimental exposures. No strong disturbance of the energy status was found in the mussels exposed to ZnO NPs, NRs, or Zn2+. Exposure to ZnO NPs and NRs led to a strong induction of apoptosis- and inflammation-related genes, which was not seen in Zn2+ exposures. Based on the integrated biomarker response, the overall toxicity as well as the pro-apoptotic and pro-inflammatory action was stronger in ZnO NPs compared with the NRs. Given the stability of ZnO NR coatings and the relatively low toxicity of suspended ZnO NR, ZnO NR coating might be considered a promising low-toxicity material for antifouling paints. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Supplement to: Falfushynska, Halina; Wu, FangLi; Ye, Fei; Kasianchuk, Nadiia; Dutta, Joydeep; Dobretsov, Sergey; Sokolova, Inna M (2019): The effects of ZnO nanostructures of different morphology on bioenergetics and stress response biomarkers of the blue mussels Mytilus edulis. Science of the Total Environment, 694, 133717, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133717 Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: Not Available
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Abstract: This dataset is associated with Phelps et al. (2019) and is comprised of archaeological information from Holocene faunal assemblages in Africa, including assemblage, radiocarbon and taxonomic information. This dataset was modified from Jousse 2017 and associated datasets compiled by H. Jousse. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Supplement to: Phelps, Leanne N; Manning, Katie; Timpson, Adrian; Jousse, Hélène; Mariethoz, Gregoire; Fordham, Damien A; Shanahan, Timothy M; Davis, Basil A S; Guisan, Antoine (2020): Reconstructing the climatic niche breadth of land use for animal production during the African Holocene. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29(1), 127-147, https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13015 Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: Not Available
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Abstract: The reasons for the early Holocene temperature discrepancy between northern hemispheric model simulations and paleoclimate reconstructions—known as the Holocene temperature conundrum—remain unclear. Using hydrogen isotopes of fluid inclusion water extracted from stalagmites from the Milandre Cave in Switzerland, we established a mid-latitude European mean annual temperature reconstruction for the past 14,000 years. Our Milandre Cave fluid inclusion temperature record (MC-FIT) resembles Greenland and Mediterranean sea surface temperature trends but differs from recent reconstructions obtained from biogenic proxies and climate models. The water isotopes are further synchronized with tropical precipitation records, stressing the Northern Hemisphere signature. Our results support the existence of a European Holocene Thermal Maximum and data model temperature discrepancies. Moreover, data-data comparison reveals a significant latitudinal temperature gradient within Europe. Last, the MC-FIT record suggests that seasonal biases in the proxies are not the primary cause of the Holocene temperature conundrum. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Supplement to: Affolter, Stéphane; Häuselmann, Anamaria Diana; Fleitmann, Dominik; Edwards, R Lawrence; Cheng, Hai; Leuenberger, Markus C (2019): Central Europe temperature constrained by speleothem fluid inclusion water isotopes over the past 14,000 years. Science Advances, 5(6), eaav3809, https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aav3809 Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: Not Available
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Abstract: We are providing records of Globorotalia crassaformis as a new late Quaternary biostratigraphic marker for the southeastern Brazilian margin. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Supplement to: Portilho-Ramos, Rodrigo Costa; Ferreira, Fabricio; Lago, Lais Cardoso; Da Silva, Airton Gustavo Viana; Jaworski, Katia Simone; de Toledo, Mauro Bevilacqua (2014): GLOBOROTALIA CRASSAFORMIS OPTIMUM EVENT: A NEW LATE QUATERNARY BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC MARKER FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN BRAZILIAN MARGIN. Palaios, 29(11), 578-593, https://doi.org/10.2110/palo.2013.097 Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: Not Available
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