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1. Foraging of royal penguins and its relationship to the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone [ASAC_1001]
The factors that control the number of animals in a population are often difficult to understand. However, this basic understanding is central to managing those populations and assessing how they ...


2. Diving Physiology and Energy Requirements of Free Ranging Southern Elephant Seals [ASAC_589]
Southern elephant seals are among the deepest diving of all marine mammals. This study examined physiological and behavioural mechanisms used by the seals to conserve energy while diving and estimated ...


3. Energy requirements and daily food consumption of crabeater seals in the Antarctic winter pack-ice [ASAC_1090]
Although the most abundant of all mammalian predators in the Antarctic marine ecosystem, crabeater seals are also one of the least understood. The most fundamental question of all - how many are ...


4. Examination of Distribution and Abundance of Avian Predators in Relation to Prey Densities and to Oceanographic Conditions [ASAC_32]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 32 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of the referenced paper: Foods of the South Polar ...


5. Fish biological and stomach contents data - Casey 1988 [c88_data]
Data from fish captured by Erwin, Casey 1988. Includes fish size, weight, sex, reproductive stage data as well as quantitative stomach contents data and qualitative position data. Approximate locations ...


6. Food Consumption and Foraging Success of Free-ranging Southern Elephant Seals [ASAC_769]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


7. Latitudinal Gradient Project - Australian contributions [LGP]
This record relates to the Australian component of the Latitudinal Gradient Project. The LGP is largely a New Zealand, US and Italian venture, but a small contribution has been made by Australian ...


8. Leopard and Weddell seal program [ASAC_1144]
2000/2001 season 31 quad based surveys were conducted along the pack-ice edge to identify where leopard seals could be accessed. 31 one hour aerial surveys were also conducted to identify ...


9. Pelagic Fishes of the Eastern Antarctic Ocean - data from BROKE-East survey [ASAC_865]
This study investigated distribution patterns of pelagic fish, larvae and juveniles collected by RMT trawls during ANARE's BROKE survey to CCAMLR Division 58.4.1 (80 degrees to 150 degrees E and from ...


10. Weddell seal diet data and samples collected and compiled by Sam Lake [wed_diet]   PARENT DIF
This data set consists of Weddell seal prey identifications made using the remains of prey recovered from faecal samples. The data are stored in an ACCESS database, and available from Harry Burton ...


11. Food consumption and energy expenditure of free ranging southern elephant seals [ASAC_857]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


12. Diets of Owls and Feral Cats in Hawaii [brdpier0009]
The feral house cat (Felis catus), Hawaiian Short-eared Owl or Pueo (Asio flammeus sandwichensis), and Common Barn Owl (Tyto alba) are important predators of birds and introduced rodents in Hawai'i. ...


13. Foraging ecology of emperor penguins in summer and potential overlap with fisheries [ASAC_1252]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1252 See the link below for public details on this project. Currently three datasets are attached to this metadata record. Dive data collected in 1988, ...


14. DISCOVERY-OEM: Ocean Ecosystems and Management [GB-NERC-BAS-PDC-00513]
Maintaining long-term food security in a changing environment is one of the greatest challenges to the sustainable exploitation of the Earth System, including its oceans. The well publicised collapses ...


15. Albatross Bay Nearshore Fish Study 1991-1992 [CSIRO_Alabtross_nearshore]
Surveys of inshore fish catches, fish diets, and habitat and abiotic factors were carried out off the coast of Albatross Bay, south of the Embley River mouth, in 1991 and 1992. ...


16. China Dimensions Data Collection: Agricultural Statistics of the People's Republic of China: 1949-1990 [CIESIN_SEDAC_CD_STAT_1949-1990]
Agricultural Statistics of the People's Republic of China, 1949-1990 is an historical collection of agricultural statistical data compiled by China's State Statistical Bureau (SSB). The collection ...


17. PLANT BIOMASS/PRODUCTION/CONSUMP. (FIFE) [FIFE_PLANTPRO]
The focus of this study was to quantify the effects of foliage removal by cattle on plant net primary productivity (NPP). The Vegetation Biomass, Production and Consumption at Selected Sites Data ...


18. Adelie Penguin ecology [JCADM_USA_PENGUINS]
Ecology of Adelie Penguins breeding at colonies in SW Ross Sea.


19. Pelagic Archaea in the changing coastal Arctic (PACCA) [Pelagic_Archaea_Coastal_Arctic_Herndl_IPY71_NL]
Samples were collected in the bay of Kongsfjorden (Svalbard) in August 2007 and June 2008. Up to 8 stations located along a transect from a glacier towards the open sea were sampled weekly to examine ...


20. GLOBEC-Germany - Trophic interactions between Zooplankton and Fish under the influence of Physical Processes [GLOBEC_108_DE_001]
?Trophic Interactions between Zooplankton and Fish under the Influence of Physical Processes in the Baltic and North Sea (2002 ? 2007)? The international Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics (GLOBEC) ...


21. Pelagic Studies of Marine Birds and Mammals [NL_ANTARCTIC_BIRDS_MAMMALS]
During a number of cruises on Polarstern, densities of warm-blooded top predators were determined in relation to environmental parameters.


22. Analysis the diet of Pagothenia borchgrevinki from stomach contents and plankton sampling near Scott Base [K012_1985_1986_NZ_1]
Samples of 20 fish of Pagothenia borchgrevinki were collected every second or third day over the course of the study period near Scott Base. The stomach contents of each fish were extracted, weighed ...


23. Agricultural Online Access (AGRICOLA) Database [USDA_AGRICOLA]
AGRICOLA (AGRICultural OnLine Access) is a bibliographic database of citations to the agricultural literature created by the National Agricultural Library and its cooperators. Production ...


24. Physiological and Molecular Mechanisms of Stress Tolerance in a Polar Insect [NSF-ANT03-37656]
Polar terrestrial environments are often described as deserts, where water availability is recognized as one of the most important limits on the distribution of terrestrial organisms. Global warming ...


25. LIFECO: Predatory interaction between fish species and top-down control of zooplankton relative to frontal processes [GLOBEC_093_LIFECO_007]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal Activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak - importance to fish stock recruitment. The unique physical ...


26. LIFECO Database [GLOBEC_094_LIFECO_008]   PARENT DIF
This database has been created to collect and distribute both historic and newly developed datasets for utilization in other work packages of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity ...


27. Shellfish Sanitation Water Quality Monitoring [gomc_147]


28. TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF ANTARCTIC SEABIRDS IN THE SCOTIA ARC ISLANDS AND ANTARCTIC PENINSULA [CDA_AR_PICTA-30-2004-2007-TROPHYC_ECOLOGY_ANTARCTIC_SEABIRDS]
ENGLISH The purpose of the project is to analyze several aspects of the trophic ecology of key species of seabirds of the Antarctic Ecosystem on the South Shetlands, South Orkneys Islands and Antarctic ...


29. LIFECO: Effects of Frontal Processes in the plankton: resource controls and trophic interactions [GLOBEC_092_LIFECO_006]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programmme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics is the North Sea and Skagerrak - Importance to fish stock recruitment This package ...


30. TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF ANTARCTIC SEABIRDS IN THE SCOTIA ARC ISLANDS AND ANTARCTIC PENINSULA [CDA_AR_PICT-30-2004-TROPHYC_ECOLOGY_ANTARCTIC_SEABIRDS]
ENGLISH The purpose of the project is to analyze several aspects of the trophic ecology of key species of seabirds of the Antarctic Ecosystem on the South Shetlands, South Orkneys Islands and Antarctic ...


31. Eastern Pacific Pelagic Fisheries from LDEO/IRI Climate Data Library [iri_eppf]
This data sets consists of data collected from Perue and Chile fisheries including climate variables to assess El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) impacts. The data consist of the following: Weekly ...


32. Biochemical Studies on Antarctic Fish from the Instituto Antartico Argentino [CDA_AR_BIO_BIOCHEMICALFISH_DATA]
This work is part of the research program undertaken by the Argentine Institute and the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The investigations on biochemisty and nutritional characteristics of ...


33. Biochemical Studies on Antarctic Krill from the Instituto Antartico Argentino [CDA_AR_BIO_BIOCHEMICALKRIL_DATA]
This work is part of the research program undertaken by the Argentine Institute and the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The investigations on biochemisty and nutritional characteristics of ...


34. Characterization and Evaluation of biologically mediated carbon fluxes in pelagic system, pCO2 surface levels, and vertical carbon flux on the Concepcion shelf. [GLOBEC_043_CHL_007]   PARENT DIF
Characterization and Evaluation of the biologically mediated carbon fluxes in the pelagic system, pCO2 surface levels, and the vertical carbon flux towards the benthic system during upwelling and ...


35. Trophic interactions of copepods - application of natural abundance of stable isotopes [GLOBEC_104_UK_024]   PARENT DIF
Natural abundance isotope ratio (NAIR) signatures will be determined for components of the zooplankton food chain collected during Phase 2 Marine Productivity cruises in the North Atlantic. This will ...


36. Biology And The Predator-Prey Relationships Between Seabirds And Seals And Antarctic Fish: Identification Of Parameters To Detect Changes In The Ecosystem [CDA_AR_BIO_PREDATOR-PREY_REL]
Biology And The Predator-Prey Relationships Between Seabirds And Seals And Antarctic Fish; Identification Of Parameters To Detect Changes In The Ecosystem Instituto Antartico Argentino (IAA) Project ...


37. Breeding Biology of Male Southern Elephant Seals (Mirounga leonine) at South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Project No. 44 2002-2004 [CDA_AR_BIO_MIROUNGA_LEONINE_M.]   PARENT DIF
Project: Breeding Biology of Male Southern Elephant Seals (Mirounga leonine) at South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Project No. 44 2002-2004 ENGLISH Project in cooperation with Universidad Nacional ...


38. FAO and natural resources databases [FAO_NAT_RES_DB]
Most sustainable development decisions require trade-offs between the often conflicting goals of different sectors GIS technology helps cross-sectoral communication by not only providing very powerful ...


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