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1. COPEPODA from the coastal upwelling zone of the Chilean Humboldt Current System [COPAS_I_copepod]
Copepods are numerically dominant y major contributors to zooplankton biomass in the coastal upwelling zone of the eastern South Pacific. This data set comprises the majority of planktonic species ...


2. Deep-water and El Niño-related fishes from the northern Humboldt Current System of Chile-Peru [COPAS_I_Chile]
This data base includes deep-water fishes and fishes collected at northern Chile during El Ni?o conditions in 1983-84. These fishes were collected and identified by Ismael Kong, who was a highly prestigious ...


3. Deep-water and El Niño-related fishes from the northern Humboldt Current System of Chile-Peru [cl_udec_copas_fishes_01]
This data base includes deep-water fishes and fishes collected at northern Chile during El Ni?o conditions in 1983-84. These fishes were collected and identified by Ismael Kong, who was a highly prestigious ...


4. Euphausiids from the coastal upwelling zone off Central/southern Chile [cl_udec_copas_eufausidos_01]
This data base covers the spatial and temporal distribution of most euphausiids species dominating the coastal and oceanic areas of Central/southern Chile. This region is an important fishery area ...


5. Macrobenthic species of the Eastern South Pacific (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [bentos_copas_cl]
In the Humboldt Current System, a rich fauna of soft-bottom communities inhabits the continental margin in contact with low-oxygen equatorial subsurface waters, and low-salinity, well-oxygenated intermediate ...


6. Zooplankton of the Eastern South Pacific (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [zooplancton_copas_cl]
The Humboldt Current System is one the large and highly productive upwelling ecosystems of the world ocean. In the coastal upwelling system of northern and central/south of Chile a data base of marine ...


7. Copepods of the Equatorial Eastern Pacific (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [cl_udec_copas_ecuador_01]
The Equatorial Region of the Eastern South Pacific across Ecuador (1?N ? 3?S) is characterized by the influence of tropical waters from the north and sub-tropical surface waters from the south, giving ...


8. 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 Do?a In?s de Collahuasi. ...


9. Planktic Foraminifera of the Eastern South Pacific (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [cl_udec_copas_foraminiferos_01]
Seasonal and interannual changes in the flux of planktic foraminifera were studies in the Humboldt Current System off Coquimbo (30?S, 73?,15W), using material collected by time series sediment traps ...


10. Planktic Foraminifera of the Eastern South Pacific, Universidad de Guayaquil, Ecuador (OBIS, ESPOBIS) [cl_udec_copas_foraminiferos_02]
The Ecuadorian sea is characterized for being a zone of oceanic convergence among hot waters proceeding from the Gulf of Panama and cold waters of Humboltd's Current from the south of the continent. ...


11. Copepoda from the coastal upwelling zone of the Chilean Humboldt Current System [cl_udec_copas_copepoda_01]
Copepods are numerically dominant and are major contributors to zooplankton biomass in the coastal upwelling zone of the eastern South Pacific. This data set comprises the majority of planktonic species ...


12. Euphausiids from the coastal upwelling zone off Central/southern Chile [COPAS_I_eup]
This data base covers the spatial and temporal distribution of most euphausiids species dominating the coastal and oceanic areas of Central/southern Chile. This region is an important fishery area ...


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