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1. The distribution and identity of terrestrial plant communities of the Lower Taylor Valley including lichens, mosses, hypolithic and endolithic algae [K024_1989_1990_NZ_4]
In the 1989-1990 season collecting trips were made to the Kukri Hills and to Mt. Falconer to prepare an initial species list of the Lower Taylor Valley. In the 2002-2003 season walking trips were ...


2. Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System. [GLOBEC_041_CHL_005]   PARENT METADATA
Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System in relation to oceanographic conditions. ...


3. Annapolis River Guardians [gomc_50]
What have the River Guardians found from the data? In general, the Annapolis River is quite healthy. The most obvious environmental concern is the presence of ...


4. NODC Standard Format Marine Bacteria (F009) Data (1975-1979) [FW00057]
This file contains data from bacteriological studies of the water column and ocean bottom. Data include the density (number per unit volume, weight, or area of sample) of heterotrophic, hydrocarbonoclastic ...


5. NODC Taxonomic Code Version 8.0 [NOAA_NODC_TAXONOMIC_CODE]
The National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) Taxonomic Code is the largest, most flexible, and widely used of the various coding schemes that have been developed to adapt the Linnean system of ...


6. Physical and Biological Factors Associated with Avian Cholera in Wetland Ecosystems [brdnwhc0002]


7. Contribution of dinoflagellates to Antarctic coastal zone carbon flux [ASAC_988]
Some scanning electron microscope images were taken of dinoflagellates sampled as part of this project. A catalogue of the images taken is provided as part of the download file at the provided URL. ...


8. Delineation of simple microecosystems associated with the quartz stone habitat in the Vestfold Hills [ASAC_992]
Quartz stone sublithic microbial communities and underlying soil, retrieved from the Vestfold Hills were investigated using a variety of traditional and molecular methods. Although direct epifluorescent ...


9. Direct Molecular Analysis of Antarctica and Southern Ocean Microbial Communities [ASAC_867]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 867 See the link below for public details on this project. Dataset Sea-ice bacteria data are associated with ASAC_1012 and included there Data for bacteria ...


10. Functional dynamics of the microbial loop in saline lakes of the Vestfold Hills [ASAC_919]
Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 919. See the link below for public details on this project. The plankton dynamics of Ace Lake, a saline, meromictic basin in the Vestfold Hills, ...


11. Methanotrophs in Antarctica [ASAC_869]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 869 See the link below for public details on this project. Dataset included are for the characterisation of methanotrophs from saline lakes of the Vestfold ...


12. Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities [NSF-ANT11-42096]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are among the coldest, driest habitats on the planet. Previous research has documented the presence of surprisingly diverse microbial communities in the soils ...


13. Initial assessment for biological research in the Ross Island/Dry Valleys Region [K009_1977_1978_NZ_2]
The primary objective of this study was to assess the potential for biological, particularly botanical, research in the Ross Island/Dry Valleys region and to carry out preliminary studies in four ...


14. Microbiology in the Dry Valleys: Lake Fryxell, Don Juan Pond and a dry algal mat from the vicinity of the Canada Glacier [K009_1979_1980_NZ_2]
Three main projects were undertaken in the Dry Valleys, a) a microbiological study of Lake Fryxell, b) a microbiological study of Don Juan Pond and c) a study of the reconstitution of a dry algal ...


15. The production biology of Lake Bonney and Lake Fryxell [K009_1970_1971_NZ_1]
A party of biologist was concerned with the production biology of Lake Bonney and Lake Fryxell. Soil bacteria and protozoa were studied and rotifiers were collected from the lakes.


16. Analysis of the effects of environmental factors (temperature, light, water content and CO2 concentration) on the photosynthesis activity of two common Antarctic mosses and a cyanobacterial mat in the Taylor Valley [K024_2002_2003_NZ_2]
A detailed study of how the environmental factors temperature, light, water content and carbon dioxide concentration affected photosynthesis of the two common mosses Bryum argenteum and Hennediella ...


17. Analysis of the endolithic communities in the McMurdo Dry Valleys: microclimate, biodiversity, community structure, biomass, photosynthetic activity and genetic diversity [K024_2003_2008_NZ_1]
The photosynthetic activity of endolithic communities at three sites in the Ross Sea Region, including Mt Falconer in the Taylor Valley, Linnaeus Terrace in the Asgard Range, the Nussbaumriegel in ...


18. National Forest Health Database - Archive of Insects and Diseases Found in Canadian Forests [Canada_CFS_ArchiveInsectDiseas]
Since 1936, the Canadian Forest Service has been collecting data on insects, diseases and abiotic conditions (e.g. storm damage) that are a potential threat to the health of Canada's forests. Some ...


19. National Forest Health Database - Insect and Disease Data for Canadian Forest Health Network [Canada_CFS_InsDisData]
Since 1984, Canadian Forest Service has been collecting data to help monitor the health of Canada's forests. Data is collected from a large number of strategically located plots all across Canada. ...


20. Palmer Station Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) R/V Polar Duke SantaClaus Cruise Data, December 1994 [LTER_PAL_PD9412]
Data was collected during the SantaClaus (Studies in Antarctica: Coupled Linkages Among microorganisms) LTER time-series R/V Polar Duke cruise. The cruise was a special-focus microbiology cruise ...


21. GIS analysis, biological samples (soil microorganism, invertebrate and plant), automatic weather station data and vegetation and invertebrate surveys to determine the terrestrial biocomplexity of the McMurdo Dry Valleys - K020_2008_2012_NZ_1 [K020_2008_2012_NZ_1]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys are the largest area of snow-free land in Antarctica. Managers ability to promote and protect these areas would benefit if we knew the biodiversity present and what controls ...


22. GIS analysis, biological samples (soil microorganism, invertebrate and plant), automatic weather station data and vegetation and invertebrate surveys to determine the terrestrial biocomplexity of the McMurdo Dry Valleys - K020_2008_2013_NZ_1 [K020_2008_2013_NZ_1]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys are the largest area of snow-free land in Antarctica. Managers ability to promote and protect these areas would benefit if we knew the biodiversity present and what controls ...


23. Molecular Taxonomy of an Antarctic, Mycoplasma-like Organism: Sequence of the 16S Ribosomal RNA Gene [ASAC_504]
An obligately anaerobic bacterium that lacked a cell wall was isolated from the hypolimnion of Ace Lake, Antarctica. Cells were very pleomorphic, forming cocci, filaments up to 25 micrometres in ...


24. Blood and faecal samples from Adelie and emperor penguins at Cape Washington and Mandible Cirque, Ross Sea Region, Antarctica [K034_2001_2005_NZ_14]
Blood and faecal samples were collected from 96 emperor penguins at Cape Washington and from 29 Adelie penguins at Mandible Cirque. Plasma concentrations of corticosterone will be measured ...


25. A Study of the Nitrogen-fixing Microbiota of Macquarie Island Plant Communities [ASAC_194]
The nitrogen fixing biota of Macquarie Island are dominated by cyanobacteria growing epiphytically or symbiotically with plants or lichens. Highest rates of acetylene reduction (N-fixation) were found ...


26. A biological reconnaissance of the Bunger Hills, March 1977 - R.J. Barker [Biology_Bunger_Hills_1977]
Scanned copy of the title document. Taken from the abstract of the report: The Bunger Hills, situated between latitudes 65 degrees, 51 minutes and 66 degrees 20 minutes South and longitudes 100 ...


27. A biological reconnaissance of the photoreceptors of invertebrates and fish from the Ross Sea, identifying the micro fauna and flora of Dry Valley lakes and other organism from the Ross Sea region [K022_1977_1978_NZ_1]
A variety of research activities on the organisms in the Ross Dependency was undertaken to determine the biological research potential of the organisms. Most work focused on photoreceptors of different ...


28. A mathmatical model of population dynamics to explain changes in biodiversity of microorganisms in ice covered marine environments [K043_2006_2007_NZ_1]
Physical, geographic and biological data were linked into a mathmatical model of population dynamics to integrate and explain the changes in biodiversity of phytoplankton, bacteria and cyanobacteria ...


29. ACAP Saint John's Community Environmental Monitoring Program (CEMP) [gomc_323]
Parameters measured included: ammonia nitrogen, orthophosphate, dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, salinity, faecal coliform.


30. Abundance, Biovolume and Biomass of Cyanobacteria and Eukaryotic Pico- and Nanoplankton Measured during the JGOFS Equatorial Pacific Process Study [JGOFS_EQPAC_CYANOBACT_NANOPLANK]
The Equatorial Pacific Process Study (EQPAC) was conducted along 140 deg W longitude during 1992. Four cruises took place: February 3 - March 9, March 19 - April ...


31. Algae, fungi and actinomycetes from soils of Mt Erebus [K052_1982_1983_NZ_4]
Soil samples were collected from the crater of Mt Erebus. Yeast glucose agar and penicillin and streptomycin was used to culture thermophilic microbes, fungi and actinomycetes. Several thermophilic ...


32. Amery Ice Shelf Experiment (AMISOR), Aurora Australis marine science cruises au0106 and au0207 - ship-based CTD, ADCP and mooring data [AMISOR_ship]
Oceanographic measurements were conducted in the vicinity of the Amery Ice Shelf on two cruises, during the southern summers of 2000/2001 and 2001/2002. A CTD transect parallel to the front of the ...


33. Ammonia Oxidation Versus Heterotrophy in Crenarchaeota Populations from Marine Environments West of the Antarctic Peninsula [NSF-ANT08-38996]
Ammonia oxidation is the first step in the conversion of regenerated nitrogen to dinitrogen gas, a 3-step pathway mediated by 3 distinct guilds of bacteria and archaea. Ammonia oxidation and the overall ...


34. An Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities [NSF-ANT11-42102]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are among the coldest, driest habitats on the planet. Previous research has documented the presence of surprisingly diverse microbial communities in the soils ...


35. An inter-disciplinary investigation of biological, physical and geochemical lake processes [ASAC_1049]
Data for Crooked Lake and Lake Druzhby (CL and LD), Vestfold Hills.Programme Dec 98 - Feb 00 PI: Prof J Laybourn-Parry Winterer: Tracey Henshaw (any questions regarding the data sheets: plxtlh@nottingham.ac.uk) ...


36. Analyses of water and microbial mat samples collected from two ponds at Luther Peak, near Cape Hallett [K081_2003_2005_NZ_3]
Freshwater ponds have long been recognised as an important local biodiversity element in the Antarctic landscape. To broaden the understanding of pond systems within the Ross Sea region of Antarctica ...


37. Analysis of Factors Affecting Historical Dissolved Oxygen Trends in Western Long Island Sound [LISES_HistDOtrends]
The purpose of this dataset is to assess the historical decline in dissolved oxygen concentrations in the bottom region of the Western Long Island Sound. The primary factors ...


38. Analysis of cyanobacterial mats for toxins [K081_2001_2002_NZ_3]
Mats of algae and cyanobacteria are often the dominant biomass of inland aquatic systems. A collection of samples of these mats were extensively sampled from the moraine ponds near Bratina Island ...


39. Analysis of soil samples for human comensal micro-organism to determine the degree of human induced microbial contamination of heavily used regions [K023_2001_2002_NZ_2]
Mineral soils from the immediate vicinity of field campsites in the Wright Valley, Miers Valley and Bratina Island campsites were sampled daily during occupation. The samples were analysed with PCR ...


40. Anoxygenic Phototrophic and Related Sulfur-Cycling Prokaryotes from Lake Fryxell, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica [Madigan_MCM_Fryxell]
The data are in two forms, organismal and molecular. The former are the results of enrichment culture experiments for the following groups of organisms: anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria ...


41. Antarctic Microbiology - Bacterial Flora Of Fishes And Krill [CDA_AR_BIO_BACTERIAL_FLORA_DATA]
The aim of this study was to analyze the bacterial flora associated with krill and different Antarctic fishes in order to understand the role of this flora in the biology and phisiology of the species. ...


42. Antarctic Microbiology: Bacterial Degradation of Hydrocarbons [CDA_AR_BIO_BACTERIALDEGRAD_DATA]
The aim of this study is to analyze the biodegradation capacity of the Antarctic bacterial flora. The research is comprised of the following steps: -Isolation and screening ...


43. Antarctic nonmarine aquatic ecosystems as global change sensors [CNDA-ES_LIMNOPOLAR_META_BAS017]
In English: This project is aimed to achieve a higher knowledge of the limnetic systems in Polar latitudes. Particularly, it promotes the accurate description the Byers Peninsula (Livingston Island), ...


44. Arctic Ocean Data from the Scientific Ice Expeditions (SCICEX), Available from Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory [LDEO_SCICEX_ARCTIC_INSITU]
The Scientific Ice Expeditions (SCICEX) are a joint collaboration between the U.S. Navy and university scientists. The Navy made available a nuclear-powered submarine for ...


45. Assessment of the potential for microbial contamination of antarctic terrestrial habitats resulting from human activities (previously ASAC 870) [ASAC_1093]
This project was a continuation of ASAC project 870 (ASAC_870). The aim of the project is to assess the possible routes for the carriage of microorganisms by humans to Antarctic soil habitats. Such ...


46. Aurora Australis SAZ Southern Ocean oceanographic data, cruise au9701 [au97_9801]   PARENT METADATA
Oceanographic measurements were conducted in the Subantarctic Zone south of Tasmania in September 1997. 5 sediment trap moorings were deployed, and a total of 10 CTD vertical profiles were taken. ...


47. Aurora Australis SAZ Southern Ocean oceanographic data, cruise au9706 [au97_9806]   PARENT METADATA
Oceanographic measurements were conducted in the Subantarctic Zone south of Tasmania in March 1998. A total of 97 CTD vertical profiles were taken. Over 800 Niskin bottle water samples were collected ...


48. Aurora Australis Southern Ocean oceanographic (CTD) data, cruise au9005 (HIMS) [au9005]
Oceanographic measurements were conducted between Tasmania and Heard Island, and then around Heard and McDonald Islands from May to July 1990. A total of 96 CTD (conductivity, temperature and depth) ...


49. Aurora Australis Southern Ocean oceanographic (CTD) data, cruise au9006 (AAMBER2) [au9006]
Oceanographic measurements were conducted from Tasmania to Antarctica, and then primarily in the Prydz Bay region, from January 1991 to March 1991. A total of 159 CTD (conductivity, temperature and ...


50. Aurora Australis Southern Ocean oceanographic (CTD) data, cruise au9206 (FISHOG) [au9206]
Oceanographic measurements were conducted in the Southern Ocean around Heard and McDonald Islands, and in the Prydz Bay region, from January 1992 to March 1992. A total of 168 CTD (conductivity, temperature ...


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