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Birgel, Daniel; Stein, Ruediger; Hefter, Jens (2004): (Table 3) Average concentrations of fatty acids in surface sediments for subregions of northeastern Fram Strait. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Birgel, D et al. (2004): Aliphatic lipids in recent sediments of the Fram Strait/Yermak Plateau (Arctic Ocean): composition, sources and transport processes. Marine Chemistry, 88(3-4), 127-160,

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Birgel, Daniel (2003): Distribution, composition, flux and variability of organic carbon in Fram Strait/Yermak Plateau (Arctic Ocean) and (palaeo) environmental significance (Verteilung, Zusammensetzung, Fluss und Variabilität von organischem Kohlenstoff in der Framstrasse/Yermak Plateau (Arktischer Ozean) und die Bedeutung für (Paläo)- Umweltrekonstruktionen). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung = Reports on Polar and Marine Research, 463, 107 pp,
SD= standard deviation. n = number of samples included. % Assigned = total fraction of fatty acids assigned to distinct sources. MUFA= monounsaturated fatty acids. PUFA= polyunsaturated fatty acids. For definition of subregions and abbreviations (AO, YP, YSC, MIZ, OW) see text and Table 1. Letters A, B, C indicate assignment of fatty acids to the lipid pools explained in Section 4.3. Notice that the amounts of long chain n-saturates represent a mixture of lipid pools A and C, as revealed by their stable carbon isotopic composition (see Section 3.3.3). Individual fatty acid amounts contributing to the averages are provided in Appendix A.
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