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Geibert, Walter; Stimac, Ingrid; Rutgers van der Loeff, Michiel M; Kuhn, Gerhard (2019): 230Th, 232Th, 238U, 234U, barium, opal content, water-free density, 230Th-CRS dates and vertical fluxes for sediment core PS63/146-2 (POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XX/2). PANGAEA,, Supplement to: Geibert, W et al. (2019): Dating Deep‐Sea Sediments With 230Th Excess Using a Constant Rate of Supply Model. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34(12), 1895-1912,

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This dataset accompanies a manuscript submission to Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, in which a new 230Th-dating method for deep-sea sediments in analogy with 210Pb-CRS dating is described. It contains all analytical data required for the dating method and the calculation of the presented fluxes, as well as the results of the dating and flux calculation. The shown uncertainties represent one standard deviation. The uncertainties of the CRS-ages have been calculated with a Monte-Carlo simulation. Methods are described in full in the accompanying manuscript.
Latitude: -55.321000 * Longitude: 23.000500
Date/Time Start: 2003-01-14T13:17:00 * Date/Time End: 2003-01-14T13:17:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.01 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 12.10 m
PS63/146-2 * Latitude: -55.321000 * Longitude: 23.000500 * Date/Time: 2003-01-14T13:17:00 * Elevation: -4800.0 m * Recovery: 17.82 m * Location: Indian Ocean * Campaign: ANT-XX/2 (PS63 06AQ200211_2) * Basis: Polarstern * Method/Device: Piston corer (BGR type) (KL) * Comment: 18 core sections: 0-0.88, 0.88-1.88, 1.88-2.88, 2.88-3.88, 3.88-4.87, 4.87-5.87, 5.87-6.87, 6.87-7.87, 7.87-8.87, 8.87-9.87, 9.87-10.87, 10.87-11.87, 11.87-12.87, 12.87-13.82, 13.82-14.82, 14.82-15.82, 15.82-16.82, 16.82-17.82 m
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Sample code/labelSample labelGeibert, Walter
2Latitude of eventLatitude
3Longitude of eventLongitude
4Elevation of eventElevationm
5DEPTH, sediment/rockDepth sedmGeibert, WalterGeocode
6Density, water-freeWFDg/cm3Geibert, Waltersee reference(s)
7Density, dry bulkDBDg/cm3Geibert, Walter
8Thorium-230230Thdpm/gGeibert, Waltertotal
9Thorium-230, standard deviation230Th std dev±Geibert, Waltertotal
10Thorium-232232Thdpm/gGeibert, Walter
11Thorium-232, standard deviation232Th std dev±Geibert, Walter
12Uranium-238238Udpm/gGeibert, Walter
13Uranium-238, standard deviation238U std dev±Geibert, Walter
14Uranium-234/Uranium-238 activity ratio(234U/238U)Geibert, Walter
15Uranium-234/Uranium-238 activity ratio, standard deviation(234U/238U) std dev±Geibert, Walter
16Thorium-230230Thdpm/gGeibert, Walterlithogenic
17Thorium-230230Thdpm/gGeibert, Walternot lithogenic
18Uranium-238, authigenic238U authdpm/gGeibert, Walter
19AGEAgeka BPGeibert, WalterConstant rate of supply modelGeocode – preliminary
20Thorium-230230Thdpm/gGeibert, Walterauthigenic
21Thorium-230 excess230Th xsdpm/gGeibert, Walterfinal
22AGEAgeka BPGeibert, WalterConstant rate of supply modelGeocode – final
23Age, standard deviationAge std dev±Geibert, WalterConstant rate of supply modelfinal
24Thorium-230 excess230Th xsdpm/gGeibert, Walterinitial
25Thorium-230 excess, standard deviation230Th xs std dev±Geibert, Walterinitial
26Thorium-230 production230Th proddpm/m2/aGeibert, Waltersee reference(s)
27Mass, fluxMass fluxg/m2/aGeibert, Waltersee reference(s)including salt
28Mass, fluxMass fluxg/m2/aGeibert, Waltersee reference(s)no salt
29BariumBamg/kgGeibert, Waltertotal
30BariumBamg/kgGeibert, Walterlithogenic
31Barium excessBa xsmg/kgGeibert, Walter
32Barium excess, fluxBa xs fluxµg/cm2/aGeibert, Walterrecalculated from mg/m**2/a by multiplying by 0.1
33Barium excess, fluxBa xs fluxµmol/m2/aGeibert, Walter
34Lithogenic, fluxLitho fluxg/m2/aGeibert, Walterbased on 232Th
35Opal, biogenic silicabSiO2%Geibert, Waltersalt corrected
36Opal, fluxbSiO2 fluxg/m2/aGeibert, Walter
37Opal, fluxbSiO2 fluxmol/m2/aGeibert, Walter
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