Add the details of publications relating to your dataset here. Copy and paste entire references into the "Full reference" field.
Please enter details of personnel associated with this dataset.
The following fields specifies location keywords which describe where your data were collected.
The following fields specifies the start and stop dates during which the data were collected (yyyy-mm-dd).
For paleoclimate or geologic data, Palaeo Temporal Coverage is the length of time represented by the data collected. Palaeo Temporal Coverage should be used when the data spans time frames earlier than yyyy-mm-dd = 0001-01-01.
This section specifies the resolution of the data, which is the difference between two adjacent geographic, vertical, or temporal values. Controlled keywords representing horizontal, vertical and temporal data resolution ranges can be selected.
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