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Polovodova Asteman, Irina; Risebrobakken, Bjørg; Moros, Matthias; Binczewska, Anna; Dobosz, Slawomir; Jansen, Eystein; Slawinska, Joanna; Bak, Malgorzata (2017): Foraminifer, diatom frustules, and total organic carbon of sediment cores EMB046_6-5GC, EMB046_10-4GC, and EMB046_20-3GC in the Norwegian Trench and the Skagerrak. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.874853, Supplement to: Polovodova Asteman, I et al. (2017): Late Holocene palaeoproductivity changes: a multi-proxy study in the Norwegian Trench and the Skagerrak, North Sea. Boreas, https://doi.org/10.1111/bor.12264

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Median Latitude: 59.092390 * Median Longitude: 6.831330 * South-bound Latitude: 57.828830 * West-bound Longitude: 3.714830 * North-bound Latitude: 60.919170 * East-bound Longitude: 9.485500
Date/Time Start: 2013-05-24T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2013-05-29T00:00:00
Comment:
The reconstruction of the late Holocene palaeoproductivity changes in the Skagerrak and the Norwegian Trench provides data of multiple proxies: benthic foraminifera, planktonic foraminifera, diatoms and total organic carbon (TOC) analyzed in 3 sediment cores: EMB046/6-5GC, EMB046/10-4GC and EMB046/20-3GC.
The data are given as nine files: 3 separate files (foraminifera, diatom and TOC) for each of the cores. Benthic foraminiferal data are presented as relative abundances (%) of Brizallina skagerrakensis and absolute abundances of palaeoproductivity species, low oxygen species, agglutinated taxa and total benthic foraminifera. Palaeoproductivity species include: Alabaminella weddelensis, Brizalina skagerrakensis, Bulimina marginata, Epistominella exigua, Epistominella vitrea, Nonionella iridea, Uvigerina mediterrannea and Uvigerina peregrina. Low oxygen species are grouped by summing together species Adercotryma glomerata, Ammodiscus spp., Bolivina spp., Buccella frigida, Globobulimina auriculata, Globobulimina turgida, Planulina ariminensis, Textularia earlandi, Spiroplectammina biformis and Stainforthia fusiformis.
Planktonic foraminifera and diatoms are given in absolute abundances per g sediment, whilst TOC data are in %.
The dataset has been originally published in:
Polovodova Asteman, I., Risebrobakken, B., Moros, M., Binczewska, A., Dobosz, S., Jansen, E., Slawinska, J., & Bak, M.: Late Holocene palaeoproductivity changes: a multi-proxy study in the Norwegian Trench and the Skagerrak, North Sea. Boreas.
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