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1. Climate: Long-Range Investigation, Mapping, and Prediction (CLIMAP) 18,000 Years Before Present (18k bp) Sediment Data Files [FE00126]
The CLIMAP (Climate: Long-range Investigation, Mapping, and Prediction) Project was funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the International Decade of Ocean Exploration (IDOE) Program. ...

2. Barbados Sea Level and Th/U 14C Calibration [EARTH_LAND_NGDC_PALEOCLIM_BARB1]
Part of the NOAA Paleoclimatology Program dataset is the Barbados Sea Level and Th/U 14C Calibration. Barbados data are from Fairbanks (1989) and Bard et al. (1990) - the reference works below - ...

3. Calcium Carbonate Percent from Marine Sediments [EARTH_LAND_NGDC_PALEOCLIM_CARB1]
This data set contains calcium carbonate percentage data from marine sediment cores, plus C14 dates or age models as available, and NCDC's display software. The analyses were done for the CLIMAP ...

4. Heinrich Event Slide Set [G01266]
By understanding past climate variability, scientists hope to understand the course of future changes in the earth's climate system. This slide set outlines past climate variability by reconstructing ...

5. High resolution oxygen and carbon stable isotope values for the Cucullaea designated WP33 by Rodney Feldmann [eocene_cucullaea_WP33_seymour]
These data high resolution oxygen and carbon stable isotope values from one Cucullaea valve collected on Seymour Island. The locality is within the Eocene La Meseta Formation. ...

6. US Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) sediment samples [AESOPS_ANDERSON_9530379SED]
This data set contains concentrations of naturally-occurring radionuclides (U-238, U-234, Th-230, Th-232, Pa-231 and Be-10) in marine sediments. Concentrations of U-series ...

7. Paleoceanographic Values of Carbonate Percent, Relative Sea Level, Paleo SST's, Paleocurrent and MonsoonConditions, and Climatic Sea Level Changes [G01109]
Paleoceanographic data, including special projects such as CLIMAP and SPECMAP, as well as oceanwide data sets such as carbonate percent and relative sea level. All data designed to interpret paleoclimatic ...

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