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1. Chlorophyll a data collected during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_Chlorophyll_a]   PARENT DIF
Chlorophyll data was used to measure growth rates of sea ice algae in CO2 incubations. Sea ice brine microalgae was collected from sackholes. Replicate samples were incubated in ambient air (~0.04% ...


2. AAV30708 Biogeochemistry - CO2 and Alkalinity bottle data collected on the CEAMARC Cruise of the Aurora Australis [CEAMARC_CASO_AAV30708_Biogeochemistry]
Total carbon dioxide and total alkalinity analysis of niskin bottle samples collected on CTD casts. All data have been stored in a single excel file. Measurements were made on the CEAMARC voyage ...


3. Southern Ocean Calcareous Zooplankton Response to Ocean Acidification - Data from V3 2012 of the Aurora Australis [ASAC_3046_V32012]
These data have been collected as part of ASAC (AAS) project 3046 on voyage 3 of the Aurora Australis in the 2011-2012 season. Data were collected from a series of RMT Trawls conducted from the trawl ...


4. Thermosalinograph data collected on the CEAMARC Cruise of the Aurora Australis [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Thermosalinograph]
Thermosalinograph data - one text file per day has been collected. Data include date, time, temperature, conductivity, salinity, location. Measurements were made on the CEAMARC voyage of the Aurora ...


5. AAV30708 Biogeochemistry - EIMS Data Collected on the CEAMARC Cruise of the Aurora Australis 2007-2008 [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Biogeochemistry_EIMS]
Continuous underway measurements of sea surface (7 metres depth)dissolved gasses (co2, o2, argon, nitrogen)by quadrupole mass spectrometry (Electron Impact Mass Spectrometry - EIMS). ASCII encoded. ...


6. AAV30708 Biogeochemistry - Surface Hydrochemistry data taken from the CEAMARC Cruise of the Aurora Australis in the 2007-2008 Summer Season [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Surface_Hydrochemistry]
Hydrochemistry of surface water. Parameters measured=salinity, oxygen, co2, oxygen isotope species, nutrients. All data have been stored in a single excel file. Measurements were made on the CEAMARC ...


7. AAV30708 Biogeochemistry PCO2 Data Collected on the CEAMARC Cruise of the Aurora Australis 2007-2008 [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Biogeochemistry_PCO2]
Continuous underway measurements of sea surface (7 metres depth)and atmospheric carbon dioxide. Data format .txt extension comma delimited files. 1 file per 24 hours. Naming similar to AA03607_001-0000 ...


8. 2007-08 V3 CEAMARC-CASO Samples for germanium and boron group [CEAMARC_CASO_200708030_BIOGEOCHEMISTRYL_SAMPLES]
These data describe the locations, dates, time, etc where biogeochemistry data were collected on the CEAMARC-CASO cruise in the 2007/2008 Antarctic season. See the CEAMARC-CASO events metadata record ...


9. The carbon cycle in the Australian sector of the Southern Ocean. [ASAC_1302]
---- Public Summary from Project ---- The Southern Ocean is one the most significant regions on earth for regulating the build up of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere, and the capacity for carbon ...


10. The carbon cycle in the Australian sector of the Southern Ocean. Data from VMS - 2010-2011 [ASAC_1302_VMS]
The Southern Ocean is one the most significant regions on earth for regulating the build up of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere, and the capacity for carbon uptake in the region could be altered ...


11. The role of the Southern Ocean in the carbon cycle [ASAC_133]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 133 See the link below for public details on this project. Surface carbon dioxide (CO2) observations are integral to understanding the role of the Southern ...


12. Southern Ocean Calcareous Zooplankton Response to Ocean Acidification [ASAC_3046]
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) project 3046. Public The overall objective is to characterise the response of Southern Ocean calcareous zooplankton to ocean acidification resulting from ...


13. Vulnerability of Antarctic marine benthos to increased temperatures and ocean acidification associated with climate change [AAS_3134]   CHILD DIFs
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) project 3134. Data from this project will be available via the child records. Public Ocean acidification and warming are global phenomena that will impact ...


14. Supplementary dataset for the published article: Kawaguchi et al (2013) Risk maps for Antarctic krill under projected Southern Ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 3:843-847 [krill_risk_maps_supp]
This metadata record describes a supplementary dataset for the published article - see the references section. Taken from the abstract of the article (for context): Marine ecosystems of the Southern ...


15. Vulnerability of Antarctic marine benthos to increased temperatures and ocean acidification associated with climate change [AAS_3134_Sterechinus]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) project 3134. This metadata record deals specifically with the objectives relating to "Effects of Ocean Warming and Ocean Acidification on the Echinoderm ...


16. Vulnerability of Antarctic marine benthos to increased temperatures and ocean acidification associated with climate change - x-ray diffractometry of sea urchin skeletons [AAS_3134_XRD]   PARENT DIF
Public Ocean acidification and warming are global phenomena that will impact marine biota through the 21st century. This project will provide urgently needed predictive information on the likely ...


17. Effects of ocean acidification on Antarctic marine microbes [TNE_8A_acidification_microbes]
Three experiments were performed at Davis Station, East Antarctica 77 degrees 58' E, 68 degrees 35' S to determine the effects of ocean acidification on natural assemblages of Antarctica marine microbes ...


18. Seawater carbonate chemistry, shell linear extension and calcification during calcein staining and 45Ca experiments with pteropod Limacina helicina, 2009 [1008_1_IPEV_FR]
Thecosome pteropods (shelled pelagic molluscs) can play an important role in the food web of various ecosystems and play a key role in the cycling of carbon and carbonate. Since they harbor an aragonitic ...


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