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1. Australian National Algae Culture Collection [CMAR_ANACC]
The Australian National Algae Culture Collection (ANACC) is housed at the Hobart laboratories of CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia. The collection consists of 1000 strains of ...


2. BioChem: Bedford Basin Monitoring Program (OBIS Canada) [OBIS.DFO_BioChem_BedfordBasin]
Bedford Basin is a marine embayment encircled by the municipality of Halifax region, which is the most highly populated area in the Canadian Atlantic zone. In 1991, a time series was established to ...


3. Zooplankton assemblages from the Uruguayan coastal and estuarine ecosystems (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [Zooplankton_Uruguay]
This study presents a first general analysis of the zooplankton assemblages from the Uruguayan coastal/estuarine ecosystems. The database considered comprised information from seven sites representing ...


4. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Dinoflagellates [madagascar_dinoflagelles]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


5. Flagellates and Tintinnids along the central coast in the Brazilian EEZ (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [Dinoflagellates_Tintinnids_Score_Central]   PARENT DIF
This volume of the REVIZEE Document Series, named Dinoflagellates and Tintinnids of the central region of the Brazilian Economic Exclusive Zone: identification guide, was based on samples collected ...


6. BioChem: Nutrients and phytoplankton in Prince Edward Island inlets during late summer to fall (OBIS Canada) [OBIS.BioChem_PEI_Phytoplankton_Monitoring_Program]
Inlets of Prince Edward Island (PEI) provide an important source of income, offered by the rapidly growing molluscan shellfish (mostly blue mussels, Mytilus edulis) aquaculture industry. At the same ...


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