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1. 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 ...


2. Erythemal UV radiation at Davis station summer 1998 [UV_Davis]
Data provides the date, time and 10 min cumulative erythemal irradiance at Davis Station for downwelling solar radiation and the irradiance at depth beneath neutral density screen (ND-polythene) and ...


3. BROKE-West Grazing dilution study [BROKE-West_Grazing]   PARENT DIF
These data contain results from grazing dilution experiments conducted during BROKE-West. Experiments were conducted at 22 locations on the BROKE-West transect. Data are ...


4. Identity, composition and abundance of protists on the BROKE-West voyage [BROKE-West_Protists]   PARENT DIF
The BROKE-West survey was conducted from 30 degrees E and 80 degrees E between January and March 2006. It consisted of 1 east-west transect at the northernmost limit of the survey between 60 degrees ...


5. Physical parameters from O'Gorman Rocks area, Davis 2004/05 [OGorman_sonde]
Data collected from O'Gorman rocks near Davis Station between February 2004 to January 2005. Data were collected using a Yellow Science Industries 6600 Sonde. Vertical profiles of Temperature, Salinity, ...


6. Ozone and mean Chlorophyll a Data collected for regions of the Southern Ocean from 1997-2000 for an honours project in ASAC project 2210 [ASAC_2210_Honours_Cadman]
This study employs data from two satellite-borne instruments namely, the Sea-Viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) and the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS). This work was completed as ...


7. The effects of UV-B radiation on the nutritional composition of Antarctic phytoplankton [ASAC_872]
The actual piece of equipment used was an International Light IL 1700Radiometer equipped with broad band detectors to measure PAR, UV-A and erythemal UV-B. The effects of UV-B radiation on the fatty ...


8. The role of antarctic marine protists in trophodynamics and global change and the impact of UV-B on these organisms [ASAC_40]   CHILD DIFs
This is a parent metadata record for work carried out as part of ASAC/AAS project 40. See the child metadata records for further information. More than 95% of the biomass in the Southern Ocean is ...


9. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - 1997/1998 field season data [ASAC_2210_97-98]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2210 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Ozone depletion over Antarctica increases UVB irradiances ...


10. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Cell count results [ASAC_2210_cell_counts]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


11. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) results [ASAC_2210_DOC]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


12. UV climate over the Southern Ocean south of Australia, and its biological impact - Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) results [ASAC_2210_POC]
Minicosm design: Three successive experiments to a maximum incubation of 14 days were performed from mid November to early January in the summer of 2002/03 in a temperature controlled shipping container ...


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