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  1. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/2_009

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  2. Moisture and density (MAD) measured on IODP Hole 365-C0010D

    Kopf, Achim J; Saffer, Demian M; Toczko, Sean; Expedition 365 Scientists

  3. Thermal conductivity of IODP Hole 365-C0010D

    Kopf, Achim J; Saffer, Demian M; Toczko, Sean; Expedition 365 Scientists

  4. Basic and other measurements of radiation at station Tiksi (2017-11)

    Kustov, Vasilii

  5. Perfluorocarbon measurements from IODP Hole 365-C0010D

    Kopf, Achim J; Saffer, Demian M; Toczko, Sean; Expedition 365 Scientists

  6. Sea ice concentration within the Antarctic Marginal Ice Zone in winter 2017, onboard the SA Agulhas II

    de Jong, Ehlke
    Our knowledge of sea ice variability, which contributes to the detection of the Antarctic climate change trends, stems primarily from remotely sensed information. However, sea ice in the Southern Ocean is characterized by large variability that remains unresolved and limits our confidence on the remotely sensed products. Therefore, the in situ sea ice observations presented (according to the ASPeCt protocol) provide a greater understanding of the Antarctic sea ice environment - on a local scale - and allows us to evaluate remotely sensed products.

  7. Sea ice concentration and thickness within the Antarctic Marginal Ice Zone in summer 2016, onboard the SA Agulhas II

    de Jong, Ehlke
    Our knowledge of sea ice variability, which contributes to the detection of the Antarctic climate change trends, stems primarily from remotely sensed information. However, sea ice in the Southern Ocean is characterized by large variability that remains unresolved and limits our confidence on the remotely sensed products. Therefore, the in situ sea ice observations presented (according to the ASPeCt protocol) provide a greater understanding of the Antarctic sea ice environment - on a local scale - and allows us to evaluate remotely sensed products.

  8. Headspace-gas measurements from IODP Hole 365-C0010D

    Kopf, Achim J; Saffer, Demian M; Toczko, Sean; Expedition 365 Scientists

  9. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_619-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  10. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_614-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  11. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_610-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  12. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_607-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  13. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_601-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  14. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_586

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  15. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_584-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  16. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_573-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  17. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_564-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  18. Supplementary Table 3 - Tie points from IODP Site 321-U1337 to 321-U1338

    Drury, Anna Joy

  19. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_553-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

  20. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) measurements on sediment core M77/1_549-1

    Noffke, Anna; Sommer, Stefan

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