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1. ANTAVIA-DiveKing [scarmarbin_2137]
Dive, temperature and acceleration data, obtained via animal-attached data recorders, of known-age and sex king penguins from Crozet archipelago.

2. Marine gastropod distribution from patagonian shallow waters (AR-OBIS) [OBIS.gastropod]
The study was carried out in the Patagonian coasts from San Antonio's Port (40�� S) to Ushuaia (54��S). Samples were taken in 37 places, port and low marine traffic areas, from June 2006 to April ...

3. PenguinessBook - Loggerdata [scarmarbin_2303]
Statistical data of diving depth and duration recorded via data loggers, as published in the literature and compiled in an internet database, The Penguiness Book.

4. PenguinessBook - observdata [scarmarbin_2321]
Statistical data of diving duration based on observation, as published in the literature and compiled in an internet database, The Penguiness Book.

5. Ecology of Southern Elephant Seals [ASAC_257]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 257 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstracts of some of the referenced papers: Anatomical and physiological studies of ...

6. A bibliography of polar medicine related articles [medical_bibliography]
This bibliography contains a list of publications in medical sciences from Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE) and the Australian Antarctic Program (AAP) from 1947-2007. The ...

7. Diving Biology of Emperor Penguins [epdivedataset1]
Venous and abdominal temperatures were recorded in free-diving emperor penguins in order to evaluate the hypothesis that hypothermia extends the duration of aerobic diving. Although anterior ...

8. Water Salinity and Density Results From Davis, 1982 [davis_water_salinity_density_1982]
Water density and salinity readings from Davis during the under-ice diving program in 1982. The written logs are archived at the Australian Antarctic Division.

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