Historical TEI Data
Links to relevant historical data sets collected outside of the GEOTRACES programme. This data has, in general, not been quality-controlled or intercalibrated according to GEOTRACES protocols and is typically compiled from literature sources. These links are provided as a service to the community; the compilations are not a formal part of the GEOTRACES programme.
The GEOSECS data collection contains hydrographic and tracer data from the GEOSECS program as released by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography on February 5th 1986. This data has been reformatted and quality controlled for use with the Ocean Data View software (ODV) by Reiner Schlitzer, Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven, Germany using the original GEOSECS data files provided by Bob Key, Princeton University.
The Iron synthesis programme involved a data recovery effort aimed at assembling a common, open-access database of data and metadata from a series of in-situ ocean iron fertilisation experiments conducted between 1993 and 2005. This database is maintained and run by the staff of Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO)
The Dissolved Iron (2008) database of observations with filter sizes ranging from 0.2-0.45 µm. Supplement to Moore J. K. and Braucher O., Sedimentary and mineral dust sources of dissolved iron to the worlds ocean. Biogeosciences, 5, 631–656, 2008
The Dissolved iron (2012) database of observations with filter sizes ranging from 0.2-0.45 µm. Tagliabue, A., Mtshali, T., Aumont, O., Bowie, A.R., Klunder, M.B., Roychoudhury, A.N., and Swart, S.: A global compilation of dissolved iron measurements: focus on distributions and processes in the Southern Ocean, Biogeosciences, 9, 2333-2349, doi:10.5194/bg-9-2333-2012, 2012.
The Neodymium isotope database (2011) – Global database contained around 800 data points, compiled by Lacan F., Tachikawa K. and Jeandel C.
Global seawater neodymium isotope database up until January 2016, including nutrient and hydrography data where available. Compiled by Lambelet, M., Griffiths, A. and van de Flierdt, T.
eWOCE provides access to data from the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE), a basin-wide global dataset with observations from the decade from 1988 until 1998.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) Periodic Table of Elements in the Ocean provides horizontal and vertical distribution of elements in the ocean.
The MARiS IAEA's database has details of the distribution of radioactive and stable isotopes in the marine environment.
231Pa, 230Th, and 232Th
231Pa, 230Th, and 232Th (2012) — Global database of literature and some unpublished water column Pa and Th data. Compiled by G. Henderson and J. Wilkinson.
Rare earth elements
Rare Earth Elements (2012) — Global database of literature and some unpublished water-column REE data. Compiled by X. Zheng, Y. Plancherel, and P. Scott.
A fresh look at Element Distribution in the North Pacific provides vertical profiles of elements in the North Pacific Ocean