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1. BioChem: Planktonic Foraminifera in the Equatorial and Northern Pacific Waters (A Hudson 70 Expedition Data Set) (OBIS Canada) [OBIS.DFO_MAR_Hudson70_Forams]
Twenty-nine plankton tows were collected at different water depths in the equatorial and northern Pacific Ocean during the Hudson 70 cruise. Thirty planktonic foraminiferal species, belonging to eleven ...


2. CRED REA Algal Quadrate Images in the Pacific Ocean 2002-2008 [CRED_Benthic_Algae_Photoquad]
Abstract written by OBIS-USA using excerpts from CRED homepage. Despite the non-flattering images of “pond scum” many people often associate with algae, marine macrophytes have proven themselves ...


3. CRED Rapid Ecological Assessments of Coral Population in the Pacific Ocean 2007-2010 [CRED_Benthic_REA_Belt]
Abstract written by OBIS-USA using excerpts from CRED homepage. Corals are the defining species in one of the highest diversity marine ecosystems, coral reefs. CRED studies of corals address basic ...


4. CRED Rapid Ecological Assessments of Fish Belt Transect Surveys and Fish Stationary Point Count Surveys in the Pacific Ocean 2000-2010 [CRED_Fish_REA]
Abstract written by OBIS-USA using excerpts from CRED homepage. Quantitative assessment and monitoring of shallow reef fish assemblages is conducted around the US Pacific Islands as an integral part ...


5. CRED Towed-Diver Fish Biomass Surveys in the Pacific Ocean 2000-2010 [CRED_Fish_TDS]
Abstract written by OBIS-USA using excerpts from CRED Homepage Quantitative assessment and monitoring of shallow reef fish assemblages is conducted around the US Pacific Islands as an integral part ...


6. East London Museum - Mollusc Collection [elm_molluscs]
The East London (EL) Museum's major natural history collections are molluscs and birds.They also have smaller collections of other marine invertebrates, mammals, skeletons (mammals), reptiles, palaeontology, ...


7. Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS) [OBIS_MGDS]
Seafloor biological specimens taken from NSF Ridge2000 expeditions.


8. National Benthic Inventory for Coastal Macro-infauna (NBI) (USOBIS) [nbi-obis]   PARENT DIF
The NBID is a quantitative database on abundances of individual benthic species by sample and study region, along with other synoptically measured environmental variables. The NBI is a data source ...


9. National Museum of Natural History Invertebrate Zoology Collections [NMNH_Invertebrate_Zoology_Collection]
NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Collections records, 8784 Bryozoa, 68401 Coelenterates, 220965 Crustacea, 75012 Echinoderms, 196851 Mollusks, 28853 Porifera, 16466 Tunicates, 171401 Worms, 93268 General; ...


10. New Caledonia - Benthic species from the tropical Pacific [New_Caledonia]
The dataset is the result of a sampling of the western and central Pacific benthic fauna during the last 30 years in the MUSORSTOM program. The taxonomic information is coming from the taxonomic papers ...


11. Seamounts Online V.2005-1 [sscc_seamounts]
SeamountsOnline is an NSF-funded project that holds records of species that have been collected from underwater seamounts, guyots and ridges, along with some accessory information about ...


12. Senckenberg - CeDAMar Resource (CEDAMAR) [CEDAMAR]
Distribution of benthic deep sea organisms below 2000 m depth in world oceans, collected from different research vessels between 1868 and 2005. Data gathered from published scientific literature. ...


13. University of Washington Fish Collection (OBIS Distribution) [UWFishOBIS]   PARENT DIF
The University of Washington Fish Collection (UWFC, http://uwfishcollection.org/ ) database includes the taxonomic information and locality data for the cataloged lots of preserved fishes held in ...


14. iziko South African Museum - Crustacean Collection [iziko_Crustaceans]
The iziko South African Museum houses the most important crustacean (crabs, lobsters, shrimps, barnacles) collection in South Africa. Significant past contributions were made by K.H. Barnard, J.R. ...


15. iziko South African Museum - Fish Collection [IZIKO_Fish]
The iziko South African Museum has a comprehensive holdings comprising of identified bony and cartilaginous fish, mostly from Cape waters, but extending to Angola and Mozambique ...


16. iziko South African Museum - Marine Mammals Collection [IZIKO_Marine_Mammals]
The iziko South African Museum has a comprehensive collection of cetacean and Cape fur seal skeletal material. Skeletal material from other marine mammals is also held. Part of this collection ...


17. iziko South African Museum - Mollusc Collection [iziko_molluscs]
The iziko South African Museum's mollusc collection of southern African species is the second largest mollusc collection in southern Africa. Significant additions were made in the past ...


18. iziko South African Museum - Shark Collection [iziko_sharks]
This collection has global holdings. It includes numerous representatives of eight of the shark groups, most representatives of the Batoids and Chimaeras, including rare species. Significant ...


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