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1. Calibration of an existing biogeochemical model of DMS production in the Antarctic Southern Ocean. [ASAC_1227]
This project used computer-based modelling and existing field data to analyse the production and cycling of dimethylsulphide (DMS) and predicted its role in climate regulation in the Antarctic Southern ...


2. IAI-Presentation_CRN_001_Results_1: Biogeochemical Cycles under Landuse Change in the Semiarid America [IAIDIS588]
This dataset makes reference to the presentation used by Dr. Everaldo Sampaio (UFPE,Brazil) and Dr. Elke Noellemeyer (UNLP, Argentina) to present the results of the CRN project number 001, which has ...


3. Ice Cores [noaa-icecore-13943]
Records of past temperature, precipitation, atmospheric trace gases, and other aspects of climate and environment derived from ice cores drilled on glaciers and ice caps around the world. Parameter ...


4. Nitrogen-15 Uptake Rates Measured during the JGOFS North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE) [JGOFS_NABE_NUPTAKE]
The Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) seeks to understand the processes that control the transfer of carbon and other biologically active elements in the ocean. In addition, ...


5. Pollen [noaa-pollen-13988]
Records of past vegetation and climate derived from pollen found in lake and ocean sediments. Parameter keywords describe what was measured in this data set. Additional summary information can be ...


6. The Biochemistry, Ecology and Organic Geochemistry of Phaeocystis pouchetii communities of Davis Base, Antarctica [ASAC_113]
This metadata record covers ASAC projects 113, 191 and 625. (ASAC_113, ASAC_191, ASAC_625). The total lipid, fatty acid, sterol and pigment composition of water column particulates collected near ...


7. Tracing Glacial-interglacial Changes in the Dust Source to Antarctica using Helium Isotopes [winckler_0636898]
This award supports a project to study dust sources in Antarctic ice cores. Atmospheric aerosols play an important role both in global biogeochemical cycles as well as in the climate system of the ...


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