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1. Macroalgal responses to heavy metals and varying light levels at Casey Station [ASAC_2201_Runcie]   PARENT METADATA
1. In situ chlorophyll fluorescence measurements using pulse amplitude technique (PAM) of macroalga Desmarestia menziesii, assessing adaptation to high light exposure after sea ice breakout, and impact ...


2. Baseline Biological Port Survey - Port Lincoln, May-June 1996 [CSIRO_PortLincoln]
This dataset contains the result of a biological baseline survey of the port region of Port Lincoln, South Australia, carried out in May-June 1996 by CSIRO Marine Research Centre for Research on Introduced ...


3. Baseline Portland Biological Survey, April-May 1996 [CSIRO_portland]
This dataset contains the result of a biological baseline survey of the port region of Portland, Victoria, carried out in April-May 1996 by CSIRO Marine Research Centre for Research on Introduced ...


4. Cemar Routine Monitoring of Macroalgal and Phytoplankton Diversity [gomc_17]
We have identified three locations with an exposed and a sheltered site each. To monitor each site we have devised a system of transect based stratified sampling (based on the natural zonation of ...


5. Coastal Ecology: Macroalgae Communities in Potter Cove, King George Island (Ecologia Costera Caleta Potter, Isla 25 de Mayo) [AMD_AR_MAR_ECOCOSTAL_MACROALGAE]   CHILD METADATA
The biomass and density of the benthic marine macroalgae from Potter Cove (King George I., South Shetland, Antarctica) was studied at different depths (0, 5, 10, 15 20 ,30m) during several years. ...


6. Determination of polychlorinated biphenyls in Antarctic macroalgae Desmarestia sp. [ECA036]
This data set deals with the determined concentrations of PCB congeners in Desmarestia sp. samples collected from various locations at Admiralty Bay (King George Island). Total PCB concentrations ...


7. Heavy metal toxicity to Antarctic macroalgae measured using a robotic PAM fluorometer [Algal_Toxicity_Project]   PARENT METADATA
Experiments were carried out at Casey Station over the summer of 2005-2006 to investigate declines in chlorophyll fluorescence following from exposure to seawater spiked with heavy metals. Chlorophyll ...


8. Impact of climate induced glacial retreating on benthic macroalgae in a shallow Antarctic coastal ecosystem. [CDA_AR-IMPACTOFCLIMATEINDUCEDGLACIALRETREATING-BENTHICMACROALGAE-PICTA72008-11]   PARENT METADATA
ENGLISH: A directly effect of glacial retreat along the West Antarctic Peninsula is the opening of newly ice-free areas for the colonization of benthic marine organisms both in intertidal and subtidal ...


9. Marine Biodiversity in Ilha Grande Bay, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [OBIS.MarineBiodiversity_IlhaGrandeBay]
This data set includes the results of the Marine Rapid Assessment Protocol sampling activities undertaken in summer 2003 and winter 2004 at forty three different localities along Ilha Grande Bay, ...


10. Metal concentration in macroalgae from East Antarctica [ECA070]
Marine macroalgae have been widely used as biomonitors of metal pollution. At Casey Station in East Antarctica, the Thala Valley tip is in the path of a melt stream that forms each summer and flows ...


11. Rapid Marine Biodiversity Assessment of the Abrolhos Bank, Bahia, Brazil (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [Marine_RAP_38_Abrolhos_Bank]
The Abrolhos Bank, in Southern Bahia, Brazil, consists of a 200 km-wide expansion of the continental platform, covering about 46,000 square kilometers. There are extensive mangroves, seagrass and ...


12. SEAWEED RECORDS [Algae_Argentina]
Seaweeds inventory includes the species recorded on the coast of Uruguay and Argentina. These records combine data obtained from scientific papers, technical reports, databases and personal communications ...


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