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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. Interannual variability of Alexandrium fundyense abundance in the Gulf of Maine [HAB]
Harmful algal blooms, commonly called "red tides" or HABs, are a serious economic and public health problem throughout the world. In the U.S., the most serious HAB problem is paralytic shellfish poisoning ...


3. Benthic biodiversity along the central coast in the Brazilian EEZ (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [Bentos_Score_Central]   PARENT DIF
The main objectives of the REVIZEE Program were the species inventory and the evaluation of the sustainable yield of living resources from the Brazilian Exclusive Economic Zone. In this context, the ...


4. Phytoplankton in the Oosterschelde before, during and after the storm-surge barrier (1982-1990) (EUROBIS) [Eurobis_1646]
During 8 years (before, during and after the storm-surge barrier) phytoplankton was measured at two stations in the Oosterschelde (inner harbour and the estuary, the Netherlands) by Kees Bakker. ...


5. Phytoplankton of the Eastern South Pacific (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [cl_udec_copas_unap_phytoplankton]
PATACHE: Title: Monitoring of the Structure of Phytoplankton Community in Collahuasi's Mining Project at Port Area in Punta Patache, Chile. Project funded by the mining company Doña Inés de Collahuasi. ...


6. Biodiversity of the Gulf of Mexico Database (BioGoMx) [BioGoMx_HRI]
The Biodiversity of the Gulf of Mexico Database (BioGoMx) was based on a comprehensive biotic inventory of the Gulf of Mexico sponsored by the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI), ...


7. NMFS-COPEPOD: The Global Plankton Database, PETAO Sub-Collection [PETAO]
Zooplankton abundance data (species level), and phytoplankton abundance data (species level) collected by the Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas (IBSS, Ukraine). COPEPOD is an effort by NOAA ...


8. 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 ...


9. Phytoplankton from the White Sea, Barents Sea, Norwegian Sea and Arctic Basin 1993-2003 [ArcOD_2007P6]   PARENT DIF
This dataset describes the Arctic plankton species and diversity in a study area northwest of Russia. It consists of a large database of 37,300 records from 1993-2003. A total of 434 species are represented.


10. Icota - Pelagant [scarmarbin_1335]   PARENT DIF
Biodiversity of fish-larvae and plankton (phyto- and zooplankton) on the continental shelf between Terre Adélie and the Mertz Glacier Tongue. The ICOTA-PELAGANT programmes are an international project ...


11. NODC World Ocean Database 2001: Plankton Data on CD-ROM [NODC_WODO1_OBIS_Plankton_child]   PARENT DIF
The World Ocean Database 2001 (WOD01) is an eight CD-ROM product containing over seven million oceanographic stations. Only one disk (WOD01 disk #1) contains plankton tows, which are ...


12. Register of Antarctic Marine Species [SCAR-MarBIN] [SCARMarBIN_RAMS]   PARENT DIF
The objective of the Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS) is to compile and manage an authoritative taxonomic list of species occurring in the Antarctic marine environment, for establishing ...


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