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    Authors: Kamolphat, Atsawawaranunt; Comas-Bru, Laia;

    Files needed for Quality Control checks of the SISALworkbook_v12 (Comas-Bru and Harrison, 2019). This includes a Python script (wb_check_v12_compatible.py) for automatic checks and an R script (plot_agemodels_hiatus_v12) for manual checks. Instructions on how to run these scripts are provided in a README_instructions.txt file. See supplementary material of Comas-Bru et al (2020, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2020-39) for further information on the checks.

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    Authors: Teixeira, Manuel António; Terrinha, Pedro; Roque, C; Voelker, Antje H L; +7 Authors

    The Sines Contourite Drift (SCD), located in the Alentejo margin, southwest Iberian continental margin, has been through many depositional phases in result of climatic variations and bottom current oscillations, which determined a variable depositional pattern and an irregular sedimentary evolution since the Late Pleistocene. The SCD, being in the main path of the Mediterranean Outflow Water (MOW), which greatly constrains the sedimentary building of this drift, constitutes the distal part of the Gulf of Cadiz Contourite Depositional System and its sedimentary evolution therefore reflects the history of MOW variations. In order to investigate this, we report on a multiproxy analysis of grain-size, carbon content and physical, geochemical, and environmental-magnetic properties on the AMS 14C dated 350-cm long gravity core CO14-GC-07, retrieved in the SCD, at 1425 meters water depth (mwd). The main objective is to reconstruct the evolution of the sedimentary package of the SCD from > 43 cal kyr BP to Present and bring new insights about the impact of bottom currents' activity on the morphosedimentary evolution of the margin. Results show the existence of four distinct depositional phases in response to climate variations and bottom current oscillations during the Late Pleistocene-Holocene. Phase 1 (350-322 cm: >42.9 cal kyr BP) occurred in Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 3 and presents silty-muddy sediments with presence of shell fragments and moderate bioturbation. Phase 2 (322-176 cm: >42.9 - ~30.5 cal kyr BP), which lasted from middle MIS 3 to the onset of MIS 2, reveals sediment coarsening towards the top limit, suggesting climate cooling and strong bottom current winnowing. Phase 3 (176-144 cm: ~30.5 - 17.1 cal kyr BP) covers most of MIS 2 prior to the last deglaciation and shows the sharpest variations on all sediment properties and the coarsest sediment facies, with Fe-rich layers associated with the increase of terrigenous input and sea-level regression that coincide with the enhancement of MOW. Phase 4 (144-0 cm: <17.1 cal kyr BP) is associated with the deglacial sea-level rise and represents a calmer depositional environment with finer sediments and increasing contributions of biogenic material. The MOW is the most prominent bottom current and the most active seabed shaping agent in the study area, whose vertical shifting during glacial (~800-2200 mwd) and interglacial (600-1500 mwd) periods is coincident with the most active morphosedimentary sector of the area, contributing to the development of landslide scars and sediment waves.

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    Authors: Arruda, Ana Margarida; Sousa, Elisa de; Dorado, Alberto;

    A cerâmica pintada de tipo Medellín, sendo rara no território actualmente português, encontra-se muito documentada em Santarém. Neste sítio do estuário do Tejo, registaram-se raros exemplares em níveis datados das últimas décadas do século VIII a.n.e., mas as taças hemisféricas com esta decoração são particularmente abundantes durante as duas centúrias seguintes, quando correspondem a 11% da cerâmica manual. Nos motivos, geométricos e vegetalistas, sobre-pintados sobre vermelho, utilizou-se a cor branca e amarela. As análises laboratoriais realizadas sobre estes vasos provaram que a grande maioria foi fabricada localmente, havendo, contudo, alguns fragmentos que podem ter sido importados. A cerâmica pintada de tipo Medellín de Santarém evidencia a profunda relação entre o estuário do Tejo e os territórios do Guadiana Médio e da Meseta Sul, relação que se iniciou no Bronze Final e que não se perde durante a 1ª Idade do Ferro. The Medellin style handmade wares, being rare in the Portuguese territory, are well documented in Santarém. In this site, located in the Tagus estuary, a few of these fragments were identified in levels dating from the last decades of the 8th century BCE, but the hemispherical cups with these painted decorations are particularly abundant during the VII and VI centuries, representing 11% of the hand made productions. Its motifs, geometric and vegetal, over-painted in red, had white and yellow tones. Laboratory analyzes made upon these vessels proved that the vast majority were locally manufactured, but there were some fragments that may have been imported. The Medellin style handmade wares of Santarém show the deep relation between the Tagus estuary and the innermost territories of the Middle Guadiana and the Southern Meseta, which began in the Late Bronze Age and was not lost during the Iron Age.

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    Authors: Schirrmacher, Julien; Weinelt, Mara; Blanz, Thomas; Andersen, Nils; +2 Authors

    To assess the regional multi-decadal to multi-centennial climate variability at the southern Iberian Peninsula during the mid- to late- Holocene transition multi-proxy records of two marine sediment cores were established for two sites in the Alboran Sea (ODP-161-976A) and the Gulf of Cadiz (GeoB5901-2). High-resolution records of organic geochemical proxies and planktic foraminiferal assemblages are used to decipher precipitation and vegetation changes as well as the sea surface conditions with respect to Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and marine primary productivity (MPP). n-Alkane records as a proxy for precipitation changes suggest a series of six distinct drought events at 5.4 ka BP, from ca. 5.1 ka BP to 4.9 ka BP, from 4.8 to 4.7 ka BP, at 4.6 ka BP, from 4.4 to 4.3 ka BP and, from 3.8 to 3.7 ka BP. Each drought event is associated with a major vegetation change towards higher proportions of C4 vegetation. The drought events are further accompanied by annual and spring/ winter SST warming as well as decreasing MPP in the Alboran Sea. Altogether, the close correlation of the observed droughts with North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO)-like variability suggests changes in the atmospheric circulation as important driving mechanism of terrestrial and oceanic variability at southern Iberia and the Alboran Sea, respectively. Sea surface variability in the Gulf of Cadiz, instead, is intimately linked to the North Atlantic Bond Events. In particular, during Bond Events 3 and 4 a pronounced increase in seasonality is found.

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    Authors: Falanga, Roberto; Nunes, Mafalda Corrêa;

    Collective collaboration between NGOs, associated and non-associated agents can capitalise knowledge, experience and expertise in initiatives for social change. This contribution focusses on forms of citizen engagement funded by international and local agencies for urban regeneration. Focus on the city of Lisbon allows to shed light on the multi-scale intersections between the international project “ROCK - Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities” funded by the European Commission, and the programme for urban regeneration “BIPZIP - Bairros de Intervenção Prioritária Zonas de Intervenção Prioritária” promoted by the municipality of Lisbon. The international project and the local programme aim to engage foster collective collaborative actions for urban regeneration, with cultural heritage as the main driver in the ROCK project and socio-territorial cohesion as the core issue in the BIPZIP programme. Zooming in on the specific urban area of intervention between Marvila and Beato neighbourhoods, this contribution retrieves some inputs from the empirical knowledge collected within the ongoing research conducted by the authors in Lisbon. We argue that the lack of an integrated management between the project and the programme can be considered as emerging burdens due to limited multi-scale intersections between the project and the programme.

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    Authors: Silva, Armando Malheiro Da; Protásio, Daniel Estudante;

    Desde o início do século XXI que a acumulação de estudos internacionais, nacionais e regionais, biográficos e documentais, sobre o tempo de D. Miguel, não conduz a um avanço sistémico e coordenado de conhecimento histórico. A inexistência de uma base de dados, "online", a que se possa aceder 24 horas por dia, nem de uma rede integrada de investigadores, segundo o princípio de vasos comunicantes, resulta em trabalhos meramente teóricos e desconhecedores da bibliografia recente. Daí a necessidade imperativa de um "Dicionário Crítico do Tempo de D. Miguel (1828-1834)", organizado segundo os modelos de sucesso que representam o "Dictionnaire Critique de la Révolution Française" e o "Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses. Da Academia Real das Ciências ao Final do Estado Novo": na era digital, não faz sentido que o dicionarismo crítico fique remetido a edições impressas em papel. No presente texto, estruturam-se objectivos, metodologias, organização e problematização teórica deste projecto. Também se elabora um roteiro preliminar de fontes e se explana um estudo de caso sobre a epistolografia de uma figura em concreto (o visconde de Santarém), enquanto fonte privilegiada de conhecimento do tempo de D. Miguel. In the last two decades, the accumulation of international, national, regional, biographical and documental studies, regarding D. Miguel’s Time, doesn’t represent a systemic and coordinated evolution of historical knowledge. The non-existence of an online data base, available 24 hours a day, and of an integrated researchers’ network, according to the communication vessels’ principle, leads to mere theoretical studies, ignoring recent bibliography. Therefore, the imperative need of a "Critical Dictionary of D. Miguel’s Time (1828-1834)", organized according to the successful models of "Dictionnaire Critique de la Révolution Française" and of "Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses". In the digital era, it doesn’t make sense that critical dictionaries are limited to printed editions. Objectives, methodologies, organization and theoretical problematization will be structured on this paper; a preliminary sources roadmap will be also included. Finally, a case study regarding the epistolography of an individual personality, the Viscount of Santarém, will be used, as privileged source of historical knowledge about D. Miguel’s Time. Porto de Lisboa

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    Authors: Lousada, Isabel;

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    Authors: Jensen, Mari F; Nummelin, Aleksi; Nielsen, Søren B; Sadatzki, Henrik; +7 Authors

    Here we establish a spatio-temporal evolution of the sea-surface temperatures in the North Atlantic over Dansgaard-Oeschger (DO) events 5-8 (c.30-40ka) using the proxy surrogate reconstruction method. Proxy data suggest a large variability in North Atlantic sea-surface temperatures during the DO-events of the last glacial period. However, proxy data availability is limited and cannot provide a full spatial picture of the oceanic changes. Therefore, we combine fully coupled, general circulation model simulations with planktic foraminifera based sea-surface temperature reconstructions to obtain a broader spatial picture of the ocean state during DO-events 5-8. The resulting spatial sea-surface temperature patterns agree over a number of different general circulation models and simulations. We find that sea-surface temperature variability over the DO-events is characterized by colder conditions in the subpolar North Atlantic during stadials than during interstadials, and the variability is linked to changes in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning circulation, and in the sea-ice cover. Forced simulations are needed to capture the strength of the temperature variability and to reconstruct the variability in other climatic records not directly linked to the sea-surface temperature reconstructions. This is the first time the proxy surrogate reconstruction method has been applied to oceanic variability during MIS3. Our results remain robust, even when age uncertainties of proxy data, the number of available temperature reconstructions, and different climate models, are considered. However, we also highlight shortcomings of the methodology that should be addressed in future implementations.

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    Authors: Alessandrini, Nunziatella;

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    Authors: Rowland, Clara; Vieira, Estela;

    UID/ELT/00657/2013 From the beginning, our chief aim in bringing together this special dossier been to provide, through a combination of different contributions, a response to the very concept of "Portuguese cinema." With their own varied critical standpoints, the essays brought together here point to a possible cartography of Portuguese film based not on a previous delimitation of the implications of the adjective "Portuguese" in historical, geographical, or even national terms, but instead determined precisely by indeterminacy. publishersversion published

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    Authors: Kamolphat, Atsawawaranunt; Comas-Bru, Laia;

    Files needed for Quality Control checks of the SISALworkbook_v12 (Comas-Bru and Harrison, 2019). This includes a Python script (wb_check_v12_compatible.py) for automatic checks and an R script (plot_agemodels_hiatus_v12) for manual checks. Instructions on how to run these scripts are provided in a README_instructions.txt file. See supplementary material of Comas-Bru et al (2020, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2020-39) for further information on the checks.

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    Authors: Teixeira, Manuel António; Terrinha, Pedro; Roque, C; Voelker, Antje H L; +7 Authors

    The Sines Contourite Drift (SCD), located in the Alentejo margin, southwest Iberian continental margin, has been through many depositional phases in result of climatic variations and bottom current oscillations, which determined a variable depositional pattern and an irregular sedimentary evolution since the Late Pleistocene. The SCD, being in the main path of the Mediterranean Outflow Water (MOW), which greatly constrains the sedimentary building of this drift, constitutes the distal part of the Gulf of Cadiz Contourite Depositional System and its sedimentary evolution therefore reflects the history of MOW variations. In order to investigate this, we report on a multiproxy analysis of grain-size, carbon content and physical, geochemical, and environmental-magnetic properties on the AMS 14C dated 350-cm long gravity core CO14-GC-07, retrieved in the SCD, at 1425 meters water depth (mwd). The main objective is to reconstruct the evolution of the sedimentary package of the SCD from > 43 cal kyr BP to Present and bring new insights about the impact of bottom currents' activity on the morphosedimentary evolution of the margin. Results show the existence of four distinct depositional phases in response to climate variations and bottom current oscillations during the Late Pleistocene-Holocene. Phase 1 (350-322 cm: >42.9 cal kyr BP) occurred in Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 3 and presents silty-muddy sediments with presence of shell fragments and moderate bioturbation. Phase 2 (322-176 cm: >42.9 - ~30.5 cal kyr BP), which lasted from middle MIS 3 to the onset of MIS 2, reveals sediment coarsening towards the top limit, suggesting climate cooling and strong bottom current winnowing. Phase 3 (176-144 cm: ~30.5 - 17.1 cal kyr BP) covers most of MIS 2 prior to the last deglaciation and shows the sharpest variations on all sediment properties and the coarsest sediment facies, with Fe-rich layers associated with the increase of terrigenous input and sea-level regression that coincide with the enhancement of MOW. Phase 4 (144-0 cm: <17.1 cal kyr BP) is associated with the deglacial sea-level rise and represents a calmer depositional environment with finer sediments and increasing contributions of biogenic material. The MOW is the most prominent bottom current and the most active seabed shaping agent in the study area, whose vertical shifting during glacial (~800-2200 mwd) and interglacial (600-1500 mwd) periods is coincident with the most active morphosedimentary sector of the area, contributing to the development of landslide scars and sediment waves.

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    Authors: Arruda, Ana Margarida; Sousa, Elisa de; Dorado, Alberto;

    A cerâmica pintada de tipo Medellín, sendo rara no território actualmente português, encontra-se muito documentada em Santarém. Neste sítio do estuário do Tejo, registaram-se raros exemplares em níveis datados das últimas décadas do século VIII a.n.e., mas as taças hemisféricas com esta decoração são particularmente abundantes durante as duas centúrias seguintes, quando correspondem a 11% da cerâmica manual. Nos motivos, geométricos e vegetalistas, sobre-pintados sobre vermelho, utilizou-se a cor branca e amarela. As análises laboratoriais realizadas sobre estes vasos provaram que a grande maioria foi fabricada localmente, havendo, contudo, alguns fragmentos que podem ter sido importados. A cerâmica pintada de tipo Medellín de Santarém evidencia a profunda relação entre o estuário do Tejo e os territórios do Guadiana Médio e da Meseta Sul, relação que se iniciou no Bronze Final e que não se perde durante a 1ª Idade do Ferro. The Medellin style handmade wares, being rare in the Portuguese territory, are well documented in Santarém. In this site, located in the Tagus estuary, a few of these fragments were identified in levels dating from the last decades of the 8th century BCE, but the hemispherical cups with these painted decorations are particularly abundant during the VII and VI centuries, representing 11% of the hand made productions. Its motifs, geometric and vegetal, over-painted in red, had white and yellow tones. Laboratory analyzes made upon these vessels proved that the vast majority were locally manufactured, but there were some fragments that may have been imported. The Medellin style handmade wares of Santarém show the deep relation between the Tagus estuary and the innermost territories of the Middle Guadiana and the Southern Meseta, which began in the Late Bronze Age and was not lost during the Iron Age.

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    Authors: Schirrmacher, Julien; Weinelt, Mara; Blanz, Thomas; Andersen, Nils; +2 Authors

    To assess the regional multi-decadal to multi-centennial climate variability at the southern Iberian Peninsula during the mid- to late- Holocene transition multi-proxy records of two marine sediment cores were established for two sites in the Alboran Sea (ODP-161-976A) and the Gulf of Cadiz (GeoB5901-2). High-resolution records of organic geochemical proxies and planktic foraminiferal assemblages are used to decipher precipitation and vegetation changes as well as the sea surface conditions with respect to Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and marine primary productivity (MPP). n-Alkane records as a proxy for precipitation changes suggest a series of six distinct drought events at 5.4 ka BP, from ca. 5.1 ka BP to 4.9 ka BP, from 4.8 to 4.7 ka BP, at 4.6 ka BP, from 4.4 to 4.3 ka BP and, from 3.8 to 3.7 ka BP. Each drought event is associated with a major vegetation change towards higher proportions of C4 vegetation. The drought events are further accompanied by annual and spring/ winter SST warming as well as decreasing MPP in the Alboran Sea. Altogether, the close correlation of the observed droughts with North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO)-like variability suggests changes in the atmospheric circulation as important driving mechanism of terrestrial and oceanic variability at southern Iberia and the Alboran Sea, respectively. Sea surface variability in the Gulf of Cadiz, instead, is intimately linked to the North Atlantic Bond Events. In particular, during Bond Events 3 and 4 a pronounced increase in seasonality is found.

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    Authors: Falanga, Roberto; Nunes, Mafalda Corrêa;

    Collective collaboration between NGOs, associated and non-associated agents can capitalise knowledge, experience and expertise in initiatives for social change. This contribution focusses on forms of citizen engagement funded by international and local agencies for urban regeneration. Focus on the city of Lisbon allows to shed light on the multi-scale intersections between the international project “ROCK - Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities” funded by the European Commission, and the programme for urban regeneration “BIPZIP - Bairros de Intervenção Prioritária Zonas de Intervenção Prioritária” promoted by the municipality of Lisbon. The international project and the local programme aim to engage foster collective collaborative actions for urban regeneration, with cultural heritage as the main driver in the ROCK project and socio-territorial cohesion as the core issue in the BIPZIP programme. Zooming in on the specific urban area of intervention between Marvila and Beato neighbourhoods, this contribution retrieves some inputs from the empirical knowledge collected within the ongoing research conducted by the authors in Lisbon. We argue that the lack of an integrated management between the project and the programme can be considered as emerging burdens due to limited multi-scale intersections between the project and the programme.

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    Authors: Silva, Armando Malheiro Da; Protásio, Daniel Estudante;

    Desde o início do século XXI que a acumulação de estudos internacionais, nacionais e regionais, biográficos e documentais, sobre o tempo de D. Miguel, não conduz a um avanço sistémico e coordenado de conhecimento histórico. A inexistência de uma base de dados, "online", a que se possa aceder 24 horas por dia, nem de uma rede integrada de investigadores, segundo o princípio de vasos comunicantes, resulta em trabalhos meramente teóricos e desconhecedores da bibliografia recente. Daí a necessidade imperativa de um "Dicionário Crítico do Tempo de D. Miguel (1828-1834)", organizado segundo os modelos de sucesso que representam o "Dictionnaire Critique de la Révolution Française" e o "Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses. Da Academia Real das Ciências ao Final do Estado Novo": na era digital, não faz sentido que o dicionarismo crítico fique remetido a edições impressas em papel. No presente texto, estruturam-se objectivos, metodologias, organização e problematização teórica deste projecto. Também se elabora um roteiro preliminar de fontes e se explana um estudo de caso sobre a epistolografia de uma figura em concreto (o visconde de Santarém), enquanto fonte privilegiada de conhecimento do tempo de D. Miguel. In the last two decades, the accumulation of international, national, regional, biographical and documental studies, regarding D. Miguel’s Time, doesn’t represent a systemic and coordinated evolution of historical knowledge. The non-existence of an online data base, available 24 hours a day, and of an integrated researchers’ network, according to the communication vessels’ principle, leads to mere theoretical studies, ignoring recent bibliography. Therefore, the imperative need of a "Critical Dictionary of D. Miguel’s Time (1828-1834)", organized according to the successful models of "Dictionnaire Critique de la Révolution Française" and of "Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses". In the digital era, it doesn’t make sense that critical dictionaries are limited to printed editions. Objectives, methodologies, organization and theoretical problematization will be structured on this paper; a preliminary sources roadmap will be also included. Finally, a case study regarding the epistolography of an individual personality, the Viscount of Santarém, will be used, as privileged source of historical knowledge about D. Miguel’s Time. Porto de Lisboa

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