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PANGAEA tech-keyword 'PSctd' (127 data sets)

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  1. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS93.2 (ARK-XXIX/2.2)

    Tippenhauer, Sandra; Torres-Valdes, Sinhue; Wisotzki, Andreas

  2. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS93.2 (ARK-XXIX/2.2)

    Tippenhauer, Sandra; Torres-Valdes, Sinhue; Wisotzki, Andreas

  3. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS93.1 (ARK-XXIX/2.1)

    von Appen, Wilken-Jon; Stein, Ruediger; Wisotzki, Andreas

  4. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS93.1 (ARK-XXIX/2.1)

    von Appen, Wilken-Jon; Stein, Ruediger; Wisotzki, Andreas

  5. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS92 (ARK-XXIX/1)

    Nikolopoulos, Anna; Janout, Markus; Hölemann, Jens A; Juhls, Bennet; Korhonen, Meri; Randelhoff, Achim

  6. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS92 (ARK-XXIX/1)

    Nikolopoulos, Anna; Janout, Markus; Hölemann, Jens A; Juhls, Bennet; Korhonen, Meri; Randelhoff, Achim

  7. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS94 (ARK-XXIX/3)

    Rabe, Benjamin; Schauer, Ursula; Ober, Sven; Horn, Myriel; Hoppmann, Mario; Korhonen, Meri; Pisarev, Sergey; Hampe, Hendrick; Villacieros, Nicolas; Savy, Jean Philippe; Wisotzki, Andreas

  8. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS94 (ARK-XXIX/3)

    Rabe, Benjamin; Schauer, Ursula; Ober, Sven; Horn, Myriel; Hoppmann, Mario; Korhonen, Meri; Pisarev, Sergey; Hampe, Hendrick; Villacieros, Nicolas; Savy, Jean Philippe; Wisotzki, Andreas

  9. Physical oceanography measured on water bottle samples with ultra clean CTD/Water sampler-system during POLARSTERN cruise PS94 (ARK-XXIX/3)

    Ober, Sven; Rijkenberg, Micha J A; Gerringa, Loes J A

  10. Physical oceanography measured on water bottle samples with ultra clean CTD/Water sampler-system during POLARSTERN cruise PS94 (ARK-XXIX/3)

    Ober, Sven; Rijkenberg, Micha J A; Gerringa, Loes J A

  11. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS95.2 (ANT-XXXI/1.2)

    Wisotzki, Andreas; Lochte, Karin

  12. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS95.2 (ANT-XXXI/1.2)

    Wisotzki, Andreas; Lochte, Karin

  13. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS96 (ANT-XXXI/2 FROSN)

    Schröder, Michael; Ryan, Svenja; Wisotzki, Andreas

  14. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS96 (ANT-XXXI/2 FROSN)

    Schröder, Michael; Ryan, Svenja; Wisotzki, Andreas

  15. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS95.1 (ANT-XXXI/1.1)

    Wisotzki, Andreas; Wiltshire, Karen Helen

  16. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS95.1 (ANT-XXXI/1.1)

    Wisotzki, Andreas; Wiltshire, Karen Helen

  17. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS95.1 (ANT-XXXI/1.1)

    Wisotzki, Andreas; Wiltshire, Karen Helen

  18. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXIX/4

    Geprägs, Patrizia; Torres, Marta E; Mau, Susan; Kasten, Sabine; Römer, Miriam; Bohrmann, Gerhard
    Recent studies have suggested that the marine contribution of methane from shallow regions and melting marine terminating glaciers may have been underestimated. Here we report on methane sources and potential sinks associated with methane seeps in Cumberland Bay, South Georgia's largest fjord system. The average organic carbon content in the upper 8 meters of the sediment is around 0.65 wt.%; this observation combined with Parasound data suggest that the methane gas accumulations probably originate from peat-bearing sediments currently located several tens of meters below the seafloor. Only one of our cores indicates upward advection; instead most of the methane is...

  19. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXIX/4

    Geprägs, Patrizia; Torres, Marta E; Mau, Susan; Kasten, Sabine; Römer, Miriam; Bohrmann, Gerhard
    Recent studies have suggested that the marine contribution of methane from shallow regions and melting marine terminating glaciers may have been underestimated. Here we report on methane sources and potential sinks associated with methane seeps in Cumberland Bay, South Georgia's largest fjord system. The average organic carbon content in the upper 8 meters of the sediment is around 0.65 wt.%; this observation combined with Parasound data suggest that the methane gas accumulations probably originate from peat-bearing sediments currently located several tens of meters below the seafloor. Only one of our cores indicates upward advection; instead most of the methane is...

  20. Physical oceanography during POLARSTERN cruise PS89 (ANT-XXX/2)

    Rohardt, Gerd; Boebel, Olaf

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