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  • Phosphorus Cycling and Burial in Sediments of a Seasonally Hypoxic Marine Basin

    Sulu-Gambari, F; Hagens, M.; Behrends, T; Seitaj, D.; Meysman, F.J.R.; Middelburg, J.; Slomp, C.P. (2018)
    Recycling of phosphorus (P) from sediments contributes to the development of bottom-water hypoxia in many coastal systems. Here, we present results of a year-long assessment of P dynamics in sediments of a seasonally hypoxic coastal marine basin (Lake Grevelingen, the Netherlands) in 2012. Sequential phosphorus extractions (SEDEX) and X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) indicate that P was adsorbed to Fe-(III)-(oxyhydr)oxides when cable bacteria were active in the surface sediments in spring....

    A late Quaternary sedimentary record of steryl alkyl ethers from offshore southeastern Australia

    Lopes dos Santos, R.A.; De Deckker, P.; Sinninghe Damsté, J.S.; Schouten, S. (2013)
    Steryl alkyl ethers (SAEs) have been reported from marine sediments ranging from Holocene to Lower Cretaceous and their production has been linked to upwelling of cold, nutrient-rich water. However, the lack of continuous stratigraphic records for them has complicated validation of the precise connection of their production, sedimentary distribution and survival to climatic conditions. Here, we report an SAE record that spans the last ca. 135 ka from a core taken offshore southeastern Austral...

    Asian monsoons and aridification response to Paleogene sea retreat and Neogene westerly shielding indicated by seasonality in Paratethys oysters

    Bougeois, L.; Dupont-Nivet, G.; de Rafélis, M.; Tindall, J.C.; Proust, J.-N.; Reichart, G.-J.; de Nooijer, L.J.; Guo, Z.; Ormukov, C. (2018)
    Asian climate patterns, characterised by highly seasonal monsoons and continentality, are thought to originate in the Eocene epoch (56 to 34 million years ago – Ma) in response to global climate, Tibetan Plateau uplift and the disappearance of the giant Proto-Paratethys sea formerly extending over Eurasia. The influence of this sea on Asian climate has hitherto not been constrained by proxy records despite being recognised as a major driver by climate models. We report here strongly seasonal ...

    The hydrography of the Mozambique Channel from six years of continuous temperature, salinity, and velocity observations

    Ullgren, J.E; van Aken, H.M.; Ridderinkhof, H.; de Ruijter, W.P.M. (2012)
    Temperature, salinity and velocity data are presented, along with the estimated volume transport, from seven full-length deep sea moorings placed across the narrowest part of the Mozambique Channel, southwest Indian Ocean, during the period November 2003 to December 2009. The dominant water mass in the upper layer is Sub-Tropical Surface Water (STSW) which overlies South Indian Central Water (SICW), and is normally capped by fresher Tropical Surface Water (TSW). Upper ocean salinity increased...

    A novel integrative method for measuring body condition in ecological studies based on physiological dysregulation

    Milot, E.; Cohen, A.A.; Vézina, F.; Buehler, D.M.; Matson, K.D.; Piersma, T. (2014)
    1. The body condition of free-ranging animals affects their response to stress, decisions, ability to fulfil vitalneeds and, ultimately, fitness. However, this key attribute in ecology remains difficult to assess, and there is aclear need for more integrativemeasures than the common univariate proxies.2. We propose a systems biology approach that positions individuals along a gradient from a ‘normal/optimal’to ‘abnormal/suboptimal’ physiological state based onMahalanobis distance computed fro...
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