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1. CPR Plankton Data for ICES/GLOBEC Cod and Climate Change 'Backward Facing' Workshop [GLOBEC_010_SAHFOS_002]
CPR Plankton Data for the ICES/GLOBEC Cod and Climate Change Backward Facing Workshop 3 files are available for use within the 'Backward Facing' workshop - one for each ICES area IVa, IVb and IVc ...


2. Data-driven, basin-scale, modelling of the abundance and demography of Calanus finmarchicus in the North Atlantic [GLOBEC_098_UK_018]   PARENT METADATA
This study is designed to elucidate the relationship between oceanic circulation and the abundance of Calanus finmarchicus over its whole North Atlantic range. Capitalising and extending on our successful ...


3. Effects of current systems in the North Atlantic Ocean and Norwegian Sea [GLOBEC_105_UK_025]
Title: Effects of current systems in the North Atlantic Ocean and Norwegian Sea on the genetic structure of Calanus finmarchicus populations Samples of Calanus finmarchicus will be collected ...


4. Environmental, nutritional and endocrine regulation of diapause in the calanoid copepod, Calanus finmarchicus [GLOBEC_106_UK_026]   PARENT METADATA
Diapause is a key feature of the life-cycle of many marine copepods and is thought to be regulated by a number of interacting factors that range from broad scale environmental cues, through to the ...


5. Georges Bank zooplankton concentrations, derived from sampling taken on forty-four cruises, 1995-1999, U.S. GLOBEC. [zoo_meter_GB]
The major objective of the U.S. GLOBEC, Georges Bank project was to understand the population dynamics of key species on the Bank - Cod, Haddock and two species of zooplankton (Calanus finmarchicus ...


6. Marine Productivity - UK GLOBEC [GLOBEC_020_UK_002]   CHILD METADATA
MARINE PRODUCTIVITY: physical controls on ecosystem dynamics The aim of the Marine Productivity programme is to develop coupled modelling and observational systems for the pelagic ecosystem, with ...


7. Nutritional regulation of egg production of Calanus finmarchicus in the North Atlantic [GLOBEC_101_UK_021]   PARENT METADATA
The proposed work is a combination of two projects: (1) An examination of the role of food quality (C, N , fatty acids) in influencing egg production of Calanus finmarchicus, using ship-board experiments ...


8. Recruitment and mortality of Calanus eggs and nauplii [GLOBEC_097_UK_017]   PARENT METADATA
Mortality in marine copepods can be more important than fecundity and growth in the determine spatio-temporal patterns of abundance, biomass and secondary productivity. As the mortality of egg and ...


9. TASC: The Role of Cross Shelf Exchange Processes in Controlling Seasonal Population Dynamics [GLOBEC_068_TASC_002]   PARENT METADATA
The primary objective of this subtask of the TASC programme, is to examine the role of NSDW in a) facilitation colonization of the temperate northeast Atlantic rim ecosystem by C. finmarchicus which ...


10. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Comparative Time Series Sampling Programme [GLOBEC_078_TASC_011]   PARENT METADATA
The objective of this subtask of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus (TASC) programme was to describe the annual cycle of vertical distribution, generational development and overwintering of C. finmarchicus ...


11. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Large Scale Distribution, Life History and Predation [GLOBEC_069_TASC_003]   PARENT METADATA
The distribution, abundance and population structure of Calanus are governed by production, predation, advection and behaviour. This task of the TASC programme addressed these topics on different ...


12. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Large Scale Field Survey [GLOBEC_077_TASC_010]   PARENT METADATA
The objective of this subtask of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus programme was to describe the large scale distribution, abundance, and population structure of C. finmarchicus in the Nordic Seas ...


13. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Modelling the effect of large scale advection and life cycle strategies [GLOBEC_080_TASC_013]   PARENT METADATA
The aim of this subtask of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus (TASC) programme was to quantify how advection within the Norwegian Sea and life cycle strategies (number of generations per year, developmental ...


14. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Overwintering, across shelf advection and spring spawning in Shetland-Faroe and southeastern Icelandic Waters. [GLOBEC_072_TASC_005]   PARENT METADATA
The objectives of the subtask are to a) track the Norwegian Sea Deep Water (NSDW) overflow between Faroe Bank and Faroe Plateau, across the Iceland-Faroe ridge and along the shelf edge off southern ...


15. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Physiology, Growth and Reproduction [GLOBEC_070_TASC_004]   CHILD METADATA   PARENT METADATA
This task of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus combined laboratory, mesocosm and shipboard experimentation with modelling to advance quantitative knowledge of feeding biology, reproductive biology ...


16. Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus: Regional and Seasonal Variability of feeding and reproduction [GLOBEC_081_TASC_014]   PARENT METADATA
The objective of this subtask of the Trans-Atlantic Study of Calanus (TASC) programme is to develop and standardize methods to assess egg production from live and preserved specimens. Establish the ...


17. Zooplankton Supply and Production on the Scotian Shelf, Canada [GLOBEC_035_CAN_002]
For the larvae of fish species that spawn on the offshore banks of the Scotian Shelf in spring and fall, food availability may be as necessary for survival as retention over the banks. Evidence to ...


18. Zooplankton abundance from a right whale habitat study in the Bay of Fundy and SW Scotian Shelf (1999-2001) (OBIS Canada) [OBIS.BaumgartnerZooplankton_1999]
Oceanographic surveys were conducted in the lower Bay of Fundy and Roseway Basin during the summers of 1999, 2000 and 2001. Zooplankton sampling was conducted in all years from NOAA Ship ‘Delaware ...


19. Zooplankton demography and trophic interactions in the sub-arctic North Atlantic [GLOBEC_099_UK_019]   PARENT METADATA
Title: Zooplankton demography and trophic interactions in the sub-arctic North Atlantic, and their coupling to physical oceanography: 40 years on from the NAO minimum This project will conduct ...


20. Zooplankton pump samples sorted by species and life stages, Georges Bank region, Spring 1995, 97 and 99, US GLOBEC. [zoo_pump_GB]
Small zooplankton which may be available for larval fish feeding were sampled during 5 cruises to the Georges Bank region using a pumping system attached to the CTD unit for ...


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