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35%411977Kvenvolden, K. A.: Organic geochemistry Leg 41, introduction and summarydownload
35%198
198-1207
2006Dumitrescu, Mirela; Brassell, Simon C.: Compositional and isotopic characteristics of organic matter for the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event at Shatsky Rise, ODP Leg 198download
35%175
175-1085
175-1087
2006Kastanja, Mia Maria; Diekmann, Bernhard et al.: Controls on carbonate and terrigenous deposition in the incipient Benguela upwelling system during the middle to the late Miocene (ODP Sites 1085 and 1087)download
35%160
160-966
160-967
2006Larrasoana, Juan C.; Roberts, Andrew P. et al.: Detecting missing beats in the Mediterranean climate rhythm from magnetic identification of oxidized sapropels (Ocean Drilling Program Leg 160)download
35%79
79-545
2007Wagner, Thomas; Wallmann, Klaus et al.: Consequences of moderate approximately 25,000 yr lasting emission of light CO (sub 2) into the mid-Cretaceous oceandownload
35%204
204-1251
2005Weinberger, Jill L.; Brown, Kevin M.: Abnormal fluid pressures and fluid flow at ODP Site 1251, southern Hydrate Ridge, Oregon
35%165
165-1002
2003Werne, Josef P.; Lyons, Timothy W. et al.: Reduced sulfur in euxinic sediments of the Cariaco Basin; sulfur isotope constraints on organic sulfur formationdownload
35%74
208
2005Zachos, James C.; Roehl, Ursula et al.: Rapid acidification of the ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximumdownload
35%2042005Luff, Roger; Greinert, Jens et al.: Simulation of long-term feedbacks from authigenic carbonate crust formation at cold vent sitesdownload
35%108
108-662
2010Bochner, Laura; Lawrence, Kira T.: Inter-proxy assessment of paleothermometers; results from the late Pleistocene eastern Equatorial Atlantic
35%32
32-305
1998Takayanagi, Yukio: Depositional environments of bedded cherts of the Shimanto Terrane, the Kii Peninsula, inferred from normal paraffin and major element compositions
35%117
117-724
117-725
2000Muzuka, Alfred N. N.: 350 ka organic delta (super 13) C record of the monsoon variability on the Oman continental margin, Arabian Sea
35%164
164-994
2000Egeberg, Per Kristian: Adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) as a proxy for bacteria numbers in deep-sea sediments and correlation with geochemical parameters (Site 994)
35%175
175-1085
2000Christensen, Beth A.; Kalbas, J. E. et al.: Deep water connections between the hemispheres during the intensification of Northern Hemisphere glaciation; evidence from ODP Leg 175 Site 1085
35%11
11-105
41
41-367
93
93-603
95
95-603
2004Kuypers, Marcel M. M.; Lourens, Lucas J. et al.: Orbital forcing of organic carbon burial in the proto-North Atlantic during oceanic anoxic event 2download
35%207
207-1259
207-1261
2009Maerz, C.; Beckmann, B. et al.: Geochemical environment of the Coniacian-Santonian western tropical Atlantic at Demerara Risedownload
35%151
151-907
151-909
151-911
162
162-907
2009Robinson, Marci M.: New quantitative evidence of extreme warmth in the Pliocene Arctic
35%160
160-964
160-967
160-969
161
161-974
161-975
2007Arnaboldi, Michela; Meyers, Philip A.: Trace element indicators of increased primary production and decreased water-column ventilation during deposition of latest Pliocene sapropels at five locations across the Mediterranean Seadownload
35%86
86-576
86-577
1998Rea, David K.: Changes in atmospheric circulation during the latest Paleocene and earliest Eocene epochs and some implications for the global climate regime
35%159
159-959
1996Wagner, Thomas; Lohmann, G. Pat et al.: Carbonate and organic carbon deposition to the Plio/Pleistocene eastern Equatorial Atlantic off Ivory Coast/Ghana (ODP Hole 959C)
35%43
43-386
2006Horst, Peter A.; Maurrasse, Florentin J.: Characterization of geochemical and fossil variabilities in Cenomanian-Turonian sediments of DSDP Leg 43, Site 386, Bermuda Rise
35%15
15-147
1973Baker, Earl W.; Smith, G. Dale: Chlorophyll derivatives in sediments, Site 147download
35%3102011Seard, Claire; Camoin, Gilbert et al.: Microbialite development patterns in the last deglacial reefs from Tahiti (French Polynesia, IODP Expedition #310); implications on reef framework architecturedownload
35%139
139-858
169
169-858
169-1035
2006Cruse, Anna M.; Seewald, J. S.: Geochemistry of low molecular weight hydrocarbons in hydrothermal fluids from Middle Valley, northern Juan de Fuca Ridgedownload
35%162
162-980
162-984
2006Holtvoeth, J.; Wagner, T. et al.: High-resolution multi-molecular records from North Atlantic drift sediments (ODP Sites 980, 984) reflecting late Quaternary/Holocene climate and ocean dynamicsdownload
35%2003Horst, Peter A.; Maurrasse, Florentin J. M. R.: Astronomical tuning of Cenomanian sediments in the Atlantic section of the Tethys
35%198
198-1209
2003Zachos, James C.; Wara, Michael W. et al.: A transient rise in tropical sea surface temperature during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximumdownload
35%164
164-995
2003Takacs, K. G.; Borowski, W. S.: Authigenic sulfide mineralization induced by anaerobic methane oxidation in methane-rich, gas-hydrate-associated sediments; stratigraphic patterns of sulfide-sulfur concentration and sulfide-sulfur isotopic composition
35%164
164-996
2003Van Dover, C. L.; Aharon, P. et al.: Blake Ridge methane seeps; characterization of a soft-sediment, chemosynthetically based ecosystemdownload
35%175
175-1087
2005McClymont, Erin L.; Rosell-Mele, Antoni et al.: Alkenone and coccolith records of the mid-Pleistocene in the South-east Atlantic; implications for the U (sub 37) (super K') index and South African climatedownload
35%146
146-889
2005Willoughby, Eleanor C.; Schwalenberg, Katrin et al.: Assessment of marine gas hydrate deposits; a comparative study of seismic, electromagnetic and seafloor compliance methods
35%128
128-798
128-799
1992Lichtfouse, E.; Littke, R. et al.: Geochemistry and petrology of organic matter in Miocene to Quaternary deep sea sediments from the Japan Sea (sites 798 and 799)
35%1281992Sano, Yuji; Sakamoto, Minoru et al.: Helium isotope ratios of pore gases in deep-sea sediments, Leg 128
35%128
128-798
128-799
1992Stein, R.; Stax, R.: Late Cenozoic changes in flux rates and composition of organic carbon
35%171B
171B-1052
2006Groecke, Darren R.; Ludvigson, Gregory A. et al.: Recognizing the Albian-Cenomanian (OAE1d) sequence boundary using plant carbon isotopes; Dakota Formation, Western Interior Basin, USA
35%150
150-903
1998Wood, Susan E.; Gorin, Georges E.: Sedimentary organic matter in distal clinoforms of Miocene slope sediments; Site 903 of ODP Leg 150, offshore New Jersey (U.S.A.)
35%1781999Barker, Peter F.; Camerlenghi, Angelo et al.: Explanatory notes
35%175
175-1075
175-1076
175-1077
175-1078
175-1079
175-1080
175-1081
175-1082
175-1084
175-1085
175-1086
175-1087
2007Sivan, O.; Schrag, D. P. et al.: Rates of methanogenesis and methanotrophy in deep-sea sediments
35%161
161-976
2007Baudin, Francois; Combourieu-Nebout, Nathalie et al.: Signatures of rapid climatic changes in organic matter records in the western Mediterranean Sea during the last glacial period
35%143
143-865
198
198-1209
2007Pearson, Paul N.; van Dongen, Bart E. et al.: Stable warm tropical climate through the Eocene Epoch
35%2042007Deigert, David; Borowski, Walter S.: Sulfur geochemistry and diagenesis in a gas hydrate terrane, Cascadia Margin, offshore Oregon; role of anaerobic methane oxidation
35%108
108-662
138
138-846
138-847
138-851
167
167-1012
175
175-1087
2007Lawrence, K. T.; Herbert, T. D. et al.: The application of the alkenone organic proxy to the study of Plio-Pleistocene climate
35%190
190-1175
190-1176
190-1178
2007Saito, Hiroyuki; Suzuki, Noriyuki: Terrestrial organic matter controlling gas hydrate formation in the Nankai Trough accretionary prism, offshore Shikoku, Japandownload
35%14
14-137
41
41-367
41-369
43
43-387
93
93-603
95
95-603
1999Hofmann, P.; Ricken, W. et al.: Coupled oceanic effects of climatic cycles from late Albian deep-sea sections of the North Atlantic
35%146
146-889
146-890
1999Currie, Claire: Deep sea gas hydrate; a seismic study over the Cascadia accretionary prism, offshore Vancouver Island
35%311
311-U1327
2006Riedel, Michael; Collett, Tim et al.: Gas hydrate transect across northern Cascadia margin
35%167
167-1010
167-1011
167-1012
167-1014
167-1016
167-1021
171B
171B-1050
171B-1052
175
175-1082
175-1084
175-1085
2001Anderson, L. D.; Delaney, M. L. et al.: Carbon to phosphorus ratios in sediments; implications for nutrient cyclingdownload
35%90
90-594
181
181-1119
181-1125
2005Hayward, Bruce W.; Grenfell, Hugh R. et al.: Deep-sea benthic foraminiferal record of the mid-Pleistocene transition in the SW Pacific
35%201
201-1226
201-1231
2005D'Hondt, Steven; Spivack, Arthur J. et al.: Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments
35%2001Spence, George D.; Hyndman, Roy D.: The challenge of deep ocean drilling for natural gas hydrate
35%41
41-367
62
62-463
171A
171A-1049
171B
2003Schouten, Stefan; Hopmans, Ellen C. et al.: Extremely high sea-surface temperatures at low latitudes during the Middle Cretaceous as revealed by archaeal membrane lipids
35%207
207-1260
207-1261
2006Jimenez-Berrocoso, Alvaro; MacLeod, Kenneth G. et al.: Inoceramid occurrence, stable isotopic variations and bulk rock geochemistry from Late Cretaceous black shales of Demerara Rise
35%124
124-767
2006Saller, Arthur; Lin, Rui et al.: Leaves in turbidite sands; the main source of oil and gas in the deep-water Kutei Basin, Indonesia
35%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2002Lu, Shaoming; McMechan, George: Elastic impedance inversion of multi-channel seismic data to detect gas hydrate and free gas
35%201
201-1227
2002Prokopenko, Maria; Hammond, Douglas E.: Fractionation of N isotopes observed between pore water ammonium and solid phase nitrogen in sediment from Site 1227, ODP Leg 201
35%139
139-858
169
169-858
169-1035
169-1036
2002Gieskes, Joris M.; Simoneit, Bernd R. T. et al.: Geochemistry of fluid phases and sediments; relevance to hydrothermal circulation in Middle Valley, ODP legs 139 and 169
35%162
162-980
162-983
2005Hyun, Sangmin; Ahagon, Naokaze et al.: Milankovitch cycles and paleoceanographic evolution within sediments from ODP Sites 980 and 983 of the north Atlantic Ocean
35%79
79-545
171A
171A-1049
171B
2005Friedrich, Oliver; Nishi, Hiroshi et al.: Millennial- to centennial-scale interruptions of the oceanic anoxic event 1b (early Albian, mid-Cretaceous) inferred from benthic foraminiferal repopulation events
35%304
304-U1309
305
305-U1309
2010Mason, Olivia U.; Nakagawa, Tatsunori et al.: First investigation of the microbiology of the deepest layer of ocean crust
35%171A
171A-1049
171B
2001Barker, Charles E.; Pawlewicz, Mark et al.: Deposition of sedimentary organic matter in black shale facies indicated by the geochemistry and petrography of high-resolution samples, Blake Nose, western North Atlantic
35%1512001Mann, Ute; Knies, Jochen: Depositional environment and source rock potential of Miocene strata from the Nordic seas, Fram Strait; introduction of a new computing tool for simulating organic facies variations along 2-D basin transects
35%166
166-1008
166-1009
2001Malone, Mitchell J.; Slowey, Niall C. et al.: Early diagenesis of shallow-water periplatform carbonate sediments, leeward margin, Great Bahama Bank (Ocean Drilling Program Leg 166)
35%146
146-888
146-889
146-890
146-891
146-892
2001Chamov, N. P.; Kurnosov, V. B.: Epigenesis of sediments in the Cascadia accretionary prism, western continental margin of United States
35%1902001Spivack, Arthur J.; Smith, David C.: Evidence for microbial control of hydrogen concentrations in deeply buried oceanic sediments
35%22
22-211
22-214
22-216
22-217
22-218
116
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116-718
116-719
121
121-758
2001Purnachandra Rao, V.; Kessarkar, Pratima M.: Geomorphology and geology of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea
35%167
167-1020
2001Lyle, Mitchell; Heusser, Linda et al.: Interglacial theme and variations; 500 k.y. of orbital forcing and associated responses from the terrestrial and marine biosphere, U.S. Pacific Northwest
35%207
207-1258
207-1260
2009Hetzel, Almut; Boettcher, Michael E. et al.: Paleo-redox conditions during OAE 2 reflected in Demerara Rise sediment geochemistry (ODP Leg 207)download
35%18
19
19-186
19-187
1984McCarthy, Jill; Stevenson, Andrew J. et al.: Speculations on the petroleum geology of the accretionary body; an example from the central Aleutians
35%175
175-1076
2003Nouze, Herve; Baltzer, Agnes: Shallow bottom-simulating reflectors on the Angola margin, in relation with gas and gas hydrate in the sediments
35%41
41-368
2002Ali, M. Y.; Watts, A. B. et al.: Seismic stratigraphy and deep water bright Spot reflections of the Cape Verde flexural moat
35%175
175-1077
2004Versteegh, Gerard J. M.; Schefuss, Enno et al.: Taraxerol and Rhizophora pollen as proxies for tracking past mangrove ecosystemsdownload
35%198
198-1207
2007Brassell, Simon C.; Dumitrescu, Mirela: Molecular signatures for changes in populations of nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria in response to fluctuations in oxygenation levels during the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event
35%202
202-1233
2007Lamy, Frank; Kaiser, Jerome et al.: Modulation of the bipolar seesaw in the Southeast Pacific during Termination 1download
35%207
207-1258
207-1259
2007Forster, Astrid; Schouten, Stefan et al.: Mid-Cretaceous (Albian-Santonian) sea surface temperature record of the tropical Atlantic Ocean
35%41
41-367
155
155-942
175
175-1083
2004Pancost, Richard D.; Boot, Christopher S.: The palaeoclimatic utility of terrestrial biomarkers in marine sedimentsdownload
35%130
130-806
2006Pelejero, C.; Calvo, E. et al.: South Tasman Sea alkenone palaeothermometry over the last four glacial/interglacial cyclesdownload
35%169
169-1033
169-1034
169S
169S-1033
2006Debret, Maxime; Desmet, Marc et al.: Spectrophotometer analysis of Holocene sediments from an anoxic fjord; Saanich Inlet, British Columbia, Canadadownload
35%21
21-204
146
2004Hill, T. M.; Kennett, J. P. et al.: Isotopic evidence for the incorporation of methane-derived carbon into Foraminifera from modern methane seeps, Hydrate Ridge, Northeast Pacificdownload
35%160
160-964
160-967
160-969
161
161-974
161-975
2006Arnaboldi, Michela; Meyers, Philip A.: Patterns of organic carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of latest Pliocene sapropels from six locations across the Mediterranean Seadownload
35%11
11-99
11-101
11-105
14
14-135
14-136
43
43-386
43-387
44
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47
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47-398
1982Habib, D.: Sedimentary supply origin of Cretaceous black shales
35%175
175-1077
2004Sultan, N.; Foucher, J. P. et al.: Dynamics of gas hydrate; case of the Congo continental slopedownload
35%104
104-644
2004Sultan, Nabil; Cochonat, P. et al.: Effect of gas hydrates melting on seafloor slope instabilitydownload
35%204
204-1244
204-1245
204-1247
2004Milkov, Alexei V.; Claypool, George E. et al.: Ethane enrichment and propane depletion in subsurface gases indicate gas hydrate occurrence in marine sediments at southern Hydrate Ridge offshore Oregondownload
35%74
74-527
80
80-549
113
113-690
198
198-1209
2005Cramer, Benjamin S.; Kent, Dennis V.: Bolide summer; the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum as a response to an extraterrestrial triggerdownload
35%130
130-806
138
138-846
138-847
167
167-1014
2008Medina-Elizalde, Martin; Lea, David W. et al.: Implications of seawater Mg/Ca variability for Plio-Pleistocene tropical climate reconstructiondownload
35%160
160-964
160-966
160-967
160-969
2008Larrasoana, Juan C.; Roberts, Andrew P. et al.: Magnetic susceptibility of eastern Mediterranean marine sediments as a proxy for Saharan dust supply?download
35%311
311-U1325
311-U1326
2008Torres, M. E.; Trehu, A. M. et al.: Methane hydrate formation in turbidite sediments of northern Cascadia, IODP Expedition 311download
35%104
104-643
151
151-913
162
162-985
2008Schouten, Stefan; Eldrett, James et al.: Onset of long-term cooling of Greenland near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary as revealed by branched tetraether lipids
35%302
302-M0002
302-M0004
2008Ogawa, Yusuke; Takahashi, Kozo et al.: Paleoceanography of the middle Eocene Arctic Ocean based on geochemical measurements of biogenic matter
35%160
160-967
161
161-974
2008Meyers, Philip A.; Arnaboldi, Michela: Paleoceanographic implications of nitrogen and organic carbon isotopic excursions in mid-Pleistocene sapropels from the Tyrrhenian and Levantine Basins, Mediterranean Seadownload
35%117
117-722
2007Huang, Yongsong; Clemens, Steven C. et al.: Large-scale hydrological change drove the late Miocene C (sub 4) plant expansion in the Himalayan foreland and Arabian Peninsula
35%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
172
172-1059
2007Snyder, G. T.; Dickens, G. R. et al.: Labile barite contents and dissolved barium concentrations on Blake Ridge; new perspectives on barium cycling above gas hydrate systemsdownload
35%14
14-137
14-138
47
47-398
51
51-417
52
52-417
79
79-545
1994Erbacher, J.: Entwicklung und Palaeoozeanographie mittelkretazischer Radiolarien der westlichen Tethys (Italien) und des Nordatlantiks Development and paleo-oceanographic Middle Cretaceous Radiolaria of the western Tethys (Italy) and the North Atlantic
35%113
113-690
2001Kelly, D. Clay; Thomas, Deborah J. et al.: Responses of austral planktonic Foraminifera to the late Paleocene thermal maximum; faunal evidence for oceanic change and an aftereffect cold snap
35%69
69-504
70
70-504
83
83-504
92
92-504
111
111-504
137
137-504
140
140-504
148
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1999Furnes, Harald; Muehlenbachs, Karlis et al.: Depth of active bio-alteration in the ocean crust; Costa Rica Rift (Hole 504B)
35%111
111-677
175
175-1077
2005Schefuss, Enno; Jansen, J. H. F. et al.: Tropical environmental changes at the mid-Pleistocene transition; insights from lipid biomarkers
35%160
160-967
160-969
161
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161-975
2005Meyers, Philip A.; Arnaboldi, Michela: Trans-Mediterranean comparison of geochemical paleoproductivity proxies in a mid-Pleistocene interrupted sapropeldownload
35%164
164-995
2006Borowski, W. S.; Takacs, K. G. et al.: A geologic record of competing sulfate-depletion processes within continental-rise sediments overlying methane gas hydrates of the Blake Ridge region (offshore southeastern United States)
35%204
204-1244
2006Spicer, M. D.; Borowski, W. S.: A preliminary comparison of the sulfur geochemistry within shallow, continental-rise sediments overlying two gas hydrate terranes
35%3022006Pagani, Mark; Pedentchouk, Nikolai et al.: Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum

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