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Algal response to transplantation with a ice core flipping experiment, Terra Nova Bay, Ross Sea
Entry ID: K043_2006_2008_NZ_2

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Summary
Abstract: Three ice cores were drilled in sea ice (2.1 m thick) in the region of Gondwana Station in Terra Nova Bay during the 06-07 season. The cores were stored in black plastic bags and then replaced back within the same hole but in reverse order so that the algae from the bottom of the ice were now at the surface of the ice and the ice at the ice surface were now at the ice water interface at the bottom ... View entire text
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Description: Investigators research page
Geographic Coverage
Spatial coordinates   
  N: -74.83   S: -74.83   E: 164.5   W: 164.5
Min Depth: 0 Max Depth: 2.6

Temporal Coverage
Start Date: 2006-11-03
Stop Date: 2006-12-09
ISO Topic Category
Instrument
CORING DEVICES Ancillary Description
Quality Existing samples are held at Victoria University of Wellington with a spreadsheet of sample numbers. All raw data is held by the investigators. Please contact Dr Ken Ryan for more information.
Data Set Progress
COMPLETE
Originating Center
Data Center
Antarctica New Zealand, New Zealand Antarctic Institute, New Zealand Supplemental Info
Data Center URL: http://www.antarcticanz.govt.nz/

Data Center Personnel
Name: SHULAMIT GORDON
Phone: +64 3 358 0200
Fax: +64 3 358 0211
Email: s.gordon at antarcticanz.govt.nz
Contact Address:
Antarctica New Zealand
Private Bag 4745
City: Christchurch
Country: New Zealand
Personnel
Role: INVESTIGATOR
Phone: +64 4 463 6083
Fax: +64 4 463 5331
Email: ken.ryan at vuw.ac.nz
Contact Address:
Victoria University of Wellington
School of Biological Sciences
PO BOX 600
City: Wellington
Postal Code: 6140
Country: New Zealand
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Publications/References
Martin, A., Ryan, K.G., Hall, J. (2008). A reciprocal transplant experiment reveals the in situ response of the sea ice microbial community to habitat variability: Is this an insight into global warming or just another ‘flippin ice core? In: Rudenko, N.; Klepikov, A. (Eds.) SCAR/IASC IPY Open Science Conference “Polar Research - Arctic and Antarctic perspectives in the International Polar Year”: Abstract volume (pp. 239). State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Elektronsdart-Print Joint-Stock Company. ISBN 978-5-98364-013-09
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-22
Last DIF Revision Date: 2009-03-16

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