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1. Preferred foraging areas of Heard Island albatrosses during chick raising and implications for the management of incidental mortality in fisheries [ASAC_2388_alb_foraging]
From the abstract of the referenced paper: 1. Incidental mortality in fisheries is causing declines in many albatross populations around the world. To assess potential interactions with regional ...


2. Vulnerability of shallow Antarctic invertebrate-dominated ecosystems [ASAC_2201_vulnerability]
Human impacts threaten not only species, but also entire ecosystems. Ecosystems under stress can collapse or transition into different states, potentially reducing biodiversity at a variety of scales. ...


3. A CD snapshot of Heard Island data from 1901-2002 held by the AADC [Heard_data_snapshot_1901-2002]
The CD was produced by the Australian Antarctic Data Centre for distribution to Heard Island expeditioners in the 2003/2004 season. The CD contained all publicly available data held by the Australian ...


4. A compilation of dietary and related data from the Southern Ocean [DB_Trophic]
This record describes a compilation of trophic data from across the Southern Ocean. Data have been drawn from published literature, existing trophic data collections, AADC data sets, and unpublished ...


5. Bibliography of papers relevant to the ACE-CRC's Antarctic Marine Ecosystem programme [ACE_AME_Bibliography]
This bibliography is a selected list of scientific papers collected by scientists in the ACE-CRC's Antarctic Marine Ecosystem research programme.


6. Code, data and results used to fit growth rates of Antarctic krill under experimental CO2 manipulation [krill_risk_maps]
The embryonic development of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is sensitive to elevated seawater CO2 levels. This data set provides the experimental data and WinBUGS code used to estimate hatch ...


7. Community composition of seabirds in the Prydz Bay region, derived from at-sea observations of seabirds. [WOV_PRYDZ_BIRD_COMMUNITIES]
Observations of seabirds at sea have been made by observers on Australian Antarctic ships in the Prydz Bay region during most seasons since 1980/81. Approximately 32000 observations of 26 main species ...


8. Data collected from in-situ soil sensors placed at Macquarie Island and Casey Station [Soil_Sensors]
Data are collected for the purposes of monitoring on-ground works at Australian Antarctic stations associated with the remediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Output datasets consist ...


9. Distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean, 1978/1979+ [ASAC_2208_seabirds]
This dataset comprises data on the distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean. A database of seal, whale and bird observations made from ships since the 1978/1979 austral ...


10. Habitat suitability predictions for 15 species of cephalopods in the Southern Ocean [AAS_4124_cephalopod_habitat_suitability]
Our understanding of how environmental change in the Southern Ocean will affect marine diversity,habitats and distribution remain limited. The habitats and distributions of Southern Ocean cephalopods ...


11. Hydroacoustic data collected from Southern Ocean Cruises by the Australian Antarctic Division [AAD_Hydroacoustics_data_All]
The Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) has been collecting hydroacoustic data from its ocean going vessels for a number of years. This collection represents all hydroacoustic data gathered since ...


12. Images showing the retreat of sea ice and subsequent chlorophyll-a bloom in the spring/summer of 1997/98-2009/10, East Antarctica. [ice_retreat_blooms]
This data set comprises animations showing the spring/summer melt of sea ice in East Antarctica and the subsequent chlorophyll blooms. SMMR-SSM/I sea ice concentration data were obtained from the ...


13. Important marine habitat off east Antarctica revealed by two decades of multi-species predator tracking [AAS_3227_predicted_habitat]
From the abstract of the referenced paper: Satellite telemetry data are a key source of animal distribution information for marine ecosystem management and conservation activities. We used two decades ...


14. Integrated PAR exposure of sea ice in East Antarctica [ICEPAR]
The data comprise images (encapsulated postscript and PNG formats) showing the integrated solar irradiance exposure of sea ice. The exposure value for ice at a given grid point was calculated by computing ...


15. Light-driven tipping points in polar ecosystems - Casey Station, Antarctica [Light_Tipping_Points]
Some ecosystems can undergo abrupt transformation in response to relatively small environmental change. Identifying imminent "tipping points" is crucial for biodiversity conservation, particularly ...


16. Polar Environmental Data Layers [Polar_Environmental_Data]
These layers are polar climatological and other summary environmental layers that may be useful for purposes such as general modelling, regionalisation, and exploratory analyses. All of the layers ...


17. SCAR Retrospective Analysis of Antarctic Tracking Data [SCAR_RAATD]
The Retrospective Analysis of Antarctic Tracking data (RAATD) is a project coordinated by the SCAR Expert Group on Birds and Marine Mammals (EG-BAMM). The project aims to undertake a multi-predator ...


18. Seabird assemblages observed during the BROKE-West survey of the Antarctic coastline (30-80 E), January-March 2006 [BROKE-West_Seabirds]   PARENT METADATA
Seabird surveys in January - March 2006 of a poorly known area of the Southern Ocean adjacent to the East Antarctic coast identified six seabird communities, several of which were comparable to seabird ...


19. Southern Ocean Benthic Classification (SOBC) - ecoregions, bathomes and environmental types [SOBC]
This dataset is intended for general use in spatial planning and management to identify areas where benthic marine assemblages are likely to differ from each other in the Southern Ocean. We achieve ...


20. The maximum extent of sea ice in the southern hemisphere by day and by winter season [sea_ice_extent_winter]
These data give the maximum extent of sea ice in the southern hemisphere by day and by winter season and the mean maximum extent by month. Data cover the 1979/1980 to 2007/2008 seasons. The ...


21. Various resources related to the Experts Workshop on Bioregionalisation of the Southern Ocean, held in Hobart, Sep 2006 [BIOREGIONALISATION_SOUTHERN_OCEAN_RESOURCES]
In September 2006, twenty-three scientists from six countries attended an Experts Workshop on Bioregionalisation of the Southern Ocean held in Hobart, Australia. The workshop was hosted by the Antarctic ...


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