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1. Hydroacoustic data collected onboard the Aurora Australis during voyage 3 of the 2005-2006 season (BROKE-West) [BROKE-West_hydroacoustic_dataset]   PARENT DIF
This dataset contains data files, processing templates and documentation relating to the BROKE-West multifrequency echosounder (acoustic) survey carried out from the RSV Aurora Australis in the austral ...


2. Zooplankton distribution and abundance during the BROKE-West survey [BROKE-West_zooplankton]   PARENT DIF
Samples were collected at trawl stations (approximately every second CTD station), as well as opportunistically when something interesting was spotted on the Echosounder. The samples were collected ...


3. Abundance, Life-cycle and Potential Productivity of 'Euphausia superba' and its Relationship With Other Zooplankton in Prydz Bay, Antarctica [ASAC_229]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 229 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstracts of some of the referenced papers: In January 1985 a net sampling survey ...


4. The Use of Lipid Biomarkers in Euphausia superba as a Parameter for Determining Energy Flow in the Antarctic Marine Food Web [ASAC_712]
From the abstracts of some of the referenced papers: During a period of short-term (19 days) starvation, total lipid in the digestive gland of Euphausia superba Dana decreased from 21 to 9% dry weight. ...


5. Use of Lipid Profiles of Euphausia superba as a Parameter for Determining Dietary Preferences and the Abundance and Spatial Distribution of krill [ASAC_508]
From the absracts of some of the referenced papers: During a period of short-term (19 days) starvation, total lipid in the digestive gland of Euphausia superba Dana decreased from 21 to 9% dry weight. ...


6. globec/soglobec/process/krill [scarmarbin_1095]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Samples from each net were ...


7. Krill abundance, vertical and horizontal distribution (MOCNESS system), April-June 2001-02, continental margin west of Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC. [krill_SO]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Samples ...


8. Zooplankton abundance, vertical and horizontal distribution (MOCNESS system), April-June 2001-02, continental margin west of Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC. [zooabund_lmg_SO]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Zooplankton ...


9. Historic krill - scientific data [scarmarbin_1017]   PARENT DIF
This data set includes all data on Antarctic Krill used for the publication of Atkinson, Siegel, Pakhomov and Rothery (Nature, 2004). The data set consists of data from different sources, including ...


10. Data of growth condition and abundance of Euphausia superba circumpolar and in Prydz Bay in 2002/2003 [CNNADC_20022003_PrydzBay_2071]
During the 19th voyage of Chinese National Antarctic Research Expedition during Dec. 2002 to Feb. 2003,High speed plankton collector (HSPC) were used to collect the circumpolar krill samples when ...


11. Marine Productivity - UK GLOBEC [GLOBEC_020_UK_002]   CHILD DIFs
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 ...


12. Biochemical Studies on Antarctic Krill from the Instituto Antartico Argentino [CDA_AR_BIO_BIOCHEMICALKRIL_DATA]
This work is part of the research program undertaken by the Argentine Institute and the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The investigations on biochemisty and nutritional characteristics of ...


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