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    Generalized sediment classes of upper 5 cm of seabed sediment samples in the German Baltic Sea -interpolated

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    Vertical distribution of environmentally relevant elements and compounds in the sediments of the south-western Baltic Sea. More informations in the link Methods or Methoden.

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of February 2000 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of March 1976 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)

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    Sediment trap measurements in Arkona Sea / Arkona Basin 2014.

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of March 1999 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of August 2008 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)

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    A marine physical biogeochemical model simulation was performed with the model MOM-ERGOM for the years 1985 to 2014 covering the Baltic Sea. Previously, MOM-ERGOM had been initialized for several decades. The model output has been validated with measurement data of the "IOW Baltic Monitoring and long-term data program" (https://www.io-warnemuende.de/iowdb.html) and from the HELCOM database (http://ocean.ices.dk/helcom/Helcom.aspx). The years 1995 to 2014 are available here. The model simulation was forced by coastDat2 COSMO-CLM data (doi: 10.1594/WDCC/coastDat-2_COSMO-CLM). Riverine phosphorus input of the Warnow River was calculated with the Soil & Water Assessment Tool (SWAT; Bauwe et al., 2019, doi: 10.1016/j.ecohyd.2019.03.003). Phosphorus from the Warnow River has been tagged in the model simulation according to a method by Menésguen et al. (2006, 10.4319/lo.2006.51.1_part_2.0591). Therefore, all phosphorus-containing model variables exist twice in the output: once as regular variables and once as tagged variable. The phosphorus input by the Warnow River based on real phosphorus release patterns and real atmospheric conditions was calculated and a Maximum Technical Feasible Reduction (MTFR) approach was applied (PhosWaM SWAT case "35"). The turnover of phosphorus compounds in the Unterwarnow was calculated based on the "Unterwarnow turnover estimation v04" (see final project report of PhosWaM for details).The work was performed within the project PhosWaM funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, FKZ 033W042, https://www.phoswam.de). PhosWaM is one of 15 joint research projects in the funding measured ReWaM of the funding priority NaWaM in BMBF framework program FONA (details in the project description). The simulation was performed at the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN). The model output data were processed and evaluated on servers provided by the project 'PROSO - Prozesse von Spurenstoffen in der Ostsee' (FKZ 03F0779A).

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of August 2016 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)

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    Monitoring stations from monitoring expedition of October 2001 with the oxygen concentration (points). Displayed areas of oxygen concentration (and hydrogen sulphide concentrations in the near bottom layer of the Baltic Sea. More details in the link "Marine Science Reports" (No. 100, chapter 3-5)