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1. Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Study (BATS) Zooplankton Census [vims_BATS]   CHILD DIFs
This study of plankton diversity at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS) site is part of an initiative to create an online atlas of marine diversity, the Ocean Biogeographic ...


2. SRE4 Effects of hydrocarbons on Antarctic Marine Sediment Ecosystems - SRE4_Meiofauna_T4 [SRE4_Meiofauna_T4]   PARENT DIF
Sediment Recruitment Experiment 4 (SRE4) was a large, long term (5 year) field experiment run at Casey Station (from 2001 to 2006) testing the effects of 4 different hydrocarbons on marine sediment ...


3. SRE4 Effects of hydrocarbons on Antarctic Marine Sediment Ecosystems - SRE4_Meiofauna_T5 [SRE4_Meiofauna_T5]   PARENT DIF
Sediment Recruitment Experiment 4 (SRE4) was a large, long term (5 year) field experiment run at Casey Station (from 2001 to 2006) testing the effects of 4 different hydrocarbons on marine sediment ...


4. Analysis: low oxygen concentrations and biogenic elements associated with Equatorial Subsurface water, and variability in Humboldt Current System off Chile [GLOBEC_039_CHL_003]   PARENT DIF
Analysis of the distribution of low oxygen concentrations and biogenic elements associated with the Equatorial Subsurface water and characterization of seasonal and inter-annual variability in the ...


5. Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Study (BATS) Zooplankton Census (OBIS) [OBIS.BATS]   PARENT DIF
Abundance and taxonomic analysis of major zooplankton and micronekton groups collected monthly, in both the day and night, from 1994 to 2000 in the Sargasso Sea (31 deg 40 min N, 64 deg 10 min W). ...


6. Biological Atlas of the Arctic Seas 2000-Plankton of the Barents and Kara Seas [NOAA_bioatlas_arctic]
Presented are (a) physical and biological data collected during 158 scientific cruises carried out in the period 1913-1999 and (b) data on phytoplankton collected in 1994-1999 during cruises ...


7. Cape Cod Bay Marine Monitoring [gomc_161]
The Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies' Cape Cod Bay Monitoring Project was a four-year study on the effects of the treated effluent from the Boston Outfall, funded in part by the Massachusetts ...


8. Characterization and Evaluation of biologically mediated carbon fluxes in pelagic system, pCO2 surface levels, and vertical carbon flux on the Concepcion shelf. [GLOBEC_043_CHL_007]   PARENT DIF
Characterization and Evaluation of the biologically mediated carbon fluxes in the pelagic system, pCO2 surface levels, and the vertical carbon flux towards the benthic system during upwelling and ...


9. Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System. [GLOBEC_041_CHL_005]   PARENT DIF
Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System in relation to oceanographic conditions. ...


10. Functional dynamics of the microbial loop in saline lakes of the Vestfold Hills [ASAC_919]
Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 919. See the link below for public details on this project. The plankton dynamics of Ace Lake, a sline, meromictic basin in the Vestfold Hills, ...


11. Sea Ice Biota of Coastal Eastern Antarctica [ASAC_875]
The distribution and abundance of ice-associated copepods in the fast ice of the Australian Antarctic Territory were investigated over a distance of approximately 650 km between October and December ...


12. The Role of Food quality in growth and reproduction of copepods [GLOBEC_085_NETH_001]
Continuous copepod culturing facilities will be used to study the role of food quality on the growth efficiency of copepods. Target species are the small North Sea calanoids, which are bred in the ...


13. Toxicity of single metals and metal mixtures to Antarctic Marine Copepods [AAS_4100_Toxicity_Copepods]
This metadata record contains the results of two bioassays testing the response of Antarctic marine copepods to both individual and combined metals via 14 day toxicity tests. The tests were conducted ...


14. Trophic interactions of copepods - application of natural abundance of stable isotopes [GLOBEC_104_UK_024]   PARENT DIF
Natural abundance isotope ratio (NAIR) signatures will be determined for components of the zooplankton food chain collected during Phase 2 Marine Productivity cruises in the North Atlantic. This will ...


15. WestSEA Process Studies: Spring Transition Zooplankton Distribution, British Columbia, Canada [GLOBEC_034_CAN_011]
On the west coast of Vancouver Island, physical flow features directly impact both primary and secondary producer trophic levels and the coupling between them and the larval fish that prey on them. ...


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