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1. Environmental, nutritional and endocrine regulation of diapause in the calanoid copepod, Calanus finmarchicus [GLOBEC_106_UK_026]   PARENT METADATA
Diapause is a key feature of the life-cycle of many marine copepods and is thought to be regulated by a number of interacting factors that range from broad scale environmental cues, through to the ...

2. European Ocean Observing Network [EuroSITES]
EuroSITES is a FP7 Collaborative Project which aims to form an integrated European network of 9 deep-ocean (>1000m) observatories. The EuroSITES network will be coordinated by the National Oceanography ...

3. Global ocean model (OCCAM) [OCCAM]
OCCAM is a primitive equation numerical model of the global ocean. It is based on the GFDL MOM version of the Bryan-Cox-Semtner ocean model but includes a free surface and improved advection schemes. ...

4. Modelling effects of zooplankton patchiness on the dynamics of plankton communities [GLOBEC_056_UK_006]   PARENT METADATA
This project investigates the importance of zooplankton patchiness on the dynamics of phytoplankton-zooplankton interactions in planktonic ecosystems. It will undertake an integrated series of modelling ...

5. Nutritional regulation of egg production of Calanus finmarchicus in the North Atlantic [GLOBEC_101_UK_021]   PARENT METADATA
The proposed work is a combination of two projects: (1) An examination of the role of food quality (C, N , fatty acids) in influencing egg production of Calanus finmarchicus, using ship-board experiments ...

6. Southampton Oceanography Centre (SOC) Global Air-Sea Heat and Momentum Flux Climatology [LDEO_SOC]
A global air-sea heat and momentum flux climatology has been developed at the Southampton Oceanography Centre (SOC) using fluxes obtained from in situ reports within the Comprehensive Ocean Atmosphere ...

7. The role of Oithona spp. in the marine productivity of the North Atlantic basin [GLOBEC_100_UK_020]   PARENT METADATA
Oithona spp. is the most abundant copepod in many marine ecosystems including the North Atlantic. However, because of its small size, its ecology is not well known and its role in the ecosystem undetermined. ...

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