[{"title":"In-situ Temperature, Thermal Conductivity and Heat Flow of East Siberian Margin Sediments","summary":"Summary of published data used to calculate marine heat flow at sediment coring stations on SWERUS-C3-L2 in 2014. The data file includes A.) Summary table of the calculated in-situ temperature gradient, thermal conductivity and heat flow at each station, B.) A table of the temperature probe number, its normalised depth below the seafloor and the equilibrated in-situ temperature. This data was used to calculate the geothermal gradient using a linear regression, C.) Thermal conductivity measurements on split sediment cores, D.) Water column temperature measurements made by individual temperature sensors as the core barrel was lowered through the water column. The measurements are the raw temperatures, and have not been adjusted to account for absolute offsets between different sensors, E.) Compilation of the normalised temperature data for individual temperature sensors spanning their penetration into the seafloor, equilibration and retrieval.","citations":"O'Regan, M., P. Preto, C. Stranne, M. Jakobsson, and A. Koshurnikov (2016), Surface heat flow measurements from the East Siberian continental slope and southern Lomonosov Ridge, Arctic Ocean, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17, 1608\u20131622, doi:10.1002\/2016GC006284","comments":"Includes data for sediment cores, SWERUS-C3-L2-4-PC, SWERUS-C3-L2-6-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-8-PC,SWERUS-C3-L2-9-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-10-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-11-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-13-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-13-PC,SWERUS-C3-L2-14-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-15-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-16-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-17-PC, SWERUS-C3-L2-22-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-22-PC, SWERUS-C3-L2-23-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-24-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-28-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-29-GC, SWERUS-C3-L2-29-PC, SWERUS-C3-L2-30-SGC, SWERUS-C3-L2-31-PC.\r\n\r\n\r\nSWERUS-C3 includes principal investigators from Stockholm University, University of Gothenburg, Pacific Oceanological Institute, P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), National Tomsk Research Polytechnic University, the International Arctic Research Center (IARC) at University of Alaska, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at University of New Hampshire and Rice University.","category":"Marine","subcategory":"Sediment cores","keywords":"Marine Heat Flow; Arctic Ocean; Herald Canyon; Lomonosov Ridge; East Siberian Margin; SWERUS-C3","scientist":"Matt O'Regan","firstname":"Matt","lastname":"O'Regan","address":"Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University\r\n\r\n","postalcode":"SE-106 91","city":"Stockholm","province":"","country":"Sweden","parameters":"Earth science > Oceans > Marine sediments","location":"Ocean > Arctic Ocean","progress":"Completed","language":"English","project":"SWERUS-C3. Swedish \u2013 Russian \u2013 US Arctic Ocean Investigation of Climate-Cryosphere-Carbon Interactions \u2013 The SWERUS-C3 Program \u2013 SWERUS-C3 is a multi-disciplinary program with base funding supported from by the Swedish Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) aiming to investigate the linkages between Climate, Cryosphere (here: sea ice and coastal permafrost) and Carbon release from the sediment, with addition of greenhouse gases (GHG) to the atmosphere.","publisher":"Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University","version":"1","constrains":"None","access":"Free"}]