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1. Monthly fuel usage (of the main engines, generator sets and boilers) of ships travelling to Australian Antarctic Stations [SOE_ship_fuel]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION The quantity of fuel used by ships travelling to Australian Antarctic stations and on Marine Science voyages ...


2. A database of Scientific Voyages of the Australian Antarctic Programme. [DB_Voyages]
A register of all voyages that contribute to the science of the Australian Antarctic Programme. It includes voyages that opportunistically collect marine data while underway. Details have been gleaned ...


3. Chemistry data from the Environmental Impact Assessment of the Davis Sewage Outfall [DAVIS_STP_Chemistry]   CHILD DIFs   PARENT DIF
Untreated, macerated wastewater effluent has been discharged to the sea at Davis Station since 2005, when the old wastewater treatment infrastructure was removed. This environmental assessment was ...


4. Environmental Impact Assessment of the Davis Sewage Outfall [DAVIS_STP]   CHILD DIFs
Untreated, macerated wastewater effluent has been discharged to the sea at Davis Station since 2005, when the old wastewater treatment infrastructure was removed. This environmental assessment was ...


5. Marine debris database of Heard Island and Macquarie Island beaches [DB_Marine_Debris]
Debris records from beaches on Heard and Macquarie Islands and floating debris spotted on voyages. This database is currently incomplete, and still in development.


6. Marine plastics found at Heard Island and Macquarie Island [Marine_Plastics_Heard_Macquarie]
This project monitored plastics at the four-bays area on Heard Island and at Sandell Bay on Macquarie Island. It characterised plastics by infra-red spectroscopy both from the beach collection and ...


7. Oceanographic data from the Environmental Impact Assessment of the Davis Sewage Outfall [DAVIS_STP_Oceanography]   PARENT DIF
Untreated, macerated wastewater effluent has been discharged to the sea at Davis Station since 2005, when the old wastewater treatment infrastructure was removed. This environmental assessment was ...


8. Sample Tracking Database (STD) [DB_STD]
The Sample Tracking Database (STD) was created to track samples from field work to various stages of shipping and storage through to analysis and possible disposal or destruction. The Sample Tracking ...


9. Copies of field and lab books associated with ASAC project 2201 - Natural variability and human induced change in Antarctic nearshore marine benthic communities [ASAC_2201_field_lab_books]   PARENT DIF
These are the scanned electronic copies of field and lab books used at Casey Station and Davis Station between 1997 and 2012 as part of ASAC (AAS) project 2201 - Natural variability and human induced ...


10. Copies of field and lab books associated with ASAC project 2385 - Development and application of DGT devices for passive sampling of contaminated waters in the Antarctic environment [ASAC_2385_field_lab_books]
These are the scanned electronic copies of field and lab books used at Casey Station between 1997 and 2012 as part of ASAC (AAS) project 2385 - Development and application of DGT devices for passive ...


11. Copies of field and lab books associated with ASAC project 2933 - Developing water and sediment quality guidelines for Antarctica: Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants. [ASAC_2933_field_lab_books]
These are the scanned electronic copies of field and lab books used at Casey Station, Davis Station, Macquarie Island and Kingston between 2007 and 2012 as part of ASAC (AAS) project 2933 - Developing ...


12. Developing water and sediment quality guidelines for Antarctica: Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants. [ASAC_2933]   CHILD DIFs
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. See the child records for access to the datasets. Public While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, ...


13. Development and application of DGT devices for passive sampling of contaminated waters in the Antarctic environment [ASAC_2385]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2385 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Facilities for chemical analysis of environmental samples ...


14. Development of an artificial "living" sediment to study the effects of metal contamination in Antarctic marine ecosystems. [ASAC_2946]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2946. Public Shallow nearshore marine habitats are rare in the Antarctic but human activities have led to their contamination. Preliminary studies ...


15. Near-Surface Water-Quality Surveys of the Caloosahatchee River and Downstream Estuaries, Florida, USA [USGS_SOFIA_Caloosahatchee_water_quality]   PARENT DIF
Beginning in September 2011, water-quality surveys were conducted a minimum of six times per year in the tidal Caloosahatchee River and surrounding estuaries. Geo-referenced measurements were made ...


16. Rates of depletion of lubricant and fuel contaminants from Antarctic regions during natural attenuation and remediation procedures - GC_MS lubrication oil data [ASAC_2915_GCMS_Oil]   PARENT DIF
These data relate to the Max Easton Honours project, carried out at Macquarie University in 2010, supervised by Simon George THE LONG-TERM DEGRADATION OF LUBRICANT OIL IN ANTARCTIC MARINE SEDIMENTS. ...


17. Understanding the impact of change on Australia's World Heritage subantarctic islands [ASAC_3095]   CHILD DIFs
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 3095. Public Global warming and the impact of feral animals or weedy plant species are causing changes in terrestrial sub-Antarctic ecosystems. We ...


18. Copies of field and lab books associated with ASAC project 1163 - Remediation of petroleum contaminants in the Antarctic and subantarctic [ASAC_1163_field_lab_books]
These are the electronic scanned copies of the lab and field books used for ASAC (AAS) project 1163 (Remediation of petroleum contaminants in the Antarctic and subantarctic) between 1999 and 2012. ...


19. Analyses of tissue samples from Antarctic Rock-cod (Trematomus bernacchii) collected at sites around Davis station to determine wastewater exposure and sub-lethal impact [AAS_4177_Rock_Cod_Wastewater]
This metadata record will contain the results of analyses of tissue samples from Antarctic Rock-cod (Trematomus bernacchii) collected at sites around Davis station to determine wastewater exposure ...


20. Non-modelled 10 day LC50 from rapid tests at Macquarie Island 2007/08 [AAS_2921]
Rapid toxicity tests (Kefford et al. 2005) were used to test the sensitivity of a wide range of intertidal and shallow sub-tidal marine invertebrates collected off the northern end of Macquarie Island. ...


21. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Amphipod and Isopod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_Amphipod.Isopod_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


22. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Brown Ostracod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_BrownOstracods_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


23. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Juvenile Gastropod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetaToxicityMarine_JuvenileGastropods_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


24. The response of Antarctic near-shore marine zooplankton to hydrocarbon contaminants in Special Antarctic Blend (SAB) diesel fuels [AAS_3054_zooplankton]
This metadata record will contain the results of bioassays conducted to characterise the response of Antarctic near-shore marine zooplankton to hydrocarbon contaminants in Special Antarctic Blend ...


25. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 01: Waikiki Yacht Club, Oahu, Hawaii [NS01agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


26. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 02: Hawaii Yacht Club, Oahu, Hawaii [NS02agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


27. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 03: Hilton Hawaiian Pier, Oahu, Hawaii [NS03agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


28. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 04: Waikiki Aquarium, Oahu, Hawaii [NS04agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


29. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 05: Pago Pago, American Samoa [NS05agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS05 is located at the Department ...


30. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 06: Pohnpei, Micronesia [NS06agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS06 is located at the dock ...


31. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 07: Majuro, Marshall Islands [NS07agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS07 is located at the Uliga ...


32. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 08: Koror, Palau [NS08agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS08 is located at the Palau ...


33. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 09: Cetti Bay, Guam [NS09agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS09 is approximately 70 ...


34. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 10: Maunalua Bay, Oahu, Hawaii [NS10agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


35. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 11: Saipan, CNMI [NS11agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS11 is approximately 20 ...


36. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 13: Kahului, Maui, Hawaii [NS13agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS13 is located in Kahului ...


37. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 15: Pago Bay, Guam [NS15agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. NS15 is in Pago Bay, Guam ...


38. PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 16: Wailupe, Oahu, Hawaii [NS16agg]
The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations along the south shore of Oahu. ...


39. PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy 03: Kiholo Bay, Big Island, Hawaii [WQB03agg]
The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. WQB-03 is located at Kiholo Bay ...


40. PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy 04: Hilo Bay, Big Island, Hawaii [WQB04agg]
The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. WQB-04 is located in Hilo Bay on ...


41. PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy AW: Ala Wai, Oahu, Hawaii [WQBAWagg]
The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. WQB-AW is located at the exit of ...


42. PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy KN: Kilo Nalu, Oahu, Hawaii [WQBKNagg]
The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. WQB-KN is located at the Kilo Nalu ...


43. Hawaii Clean Water Branch (CWB) Beach Water Quality Data [cwb_water_quality]
Exposure to sewage contaminated recreational waters may cause gastrointestinal illnesses in swimmers. The State of Hawaii Department of Health (HIDOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB) monitors the waters ...


44. Maui Citizen Science Coastal Water Quality Data [maui_water_quality]
A network of citizen science volunteers periodically monitors water quality at several beaches across the island of Maui in the State of Hawaii. This community-based monitoring effort provides valuable ...


45. Linking Land, Air, and Water Management in the Southern Everglades and Coastal Zone to Water Quality and Ecosystem restoration: Task 1, Mercury Cycling, Fate and Bioaccumulation [USGS_SOFIA_LinkingLandAirManagement_Task1]   PARENT DIF
This proposal identifies work elements that are logical extensions, and which build off, our previous work. Our overall scientific objective is to provide a complete understanding of the external ...


46. Interannual variability of Alexandrium fundyense abundance in the Gulf of Maine [HAB]
Harmful algal blooms, commonly called "red tides" or HABs, are a serious economic and public health problem throughout the world. In the U.S., the most serious HAB problem is paralytic shellfish poisoning ...


47. Geochemical Monitoring of Restoration Progress [USGS_SOFIA_geochem_mon_restore_fy04]
Continued geochemical monitoring efforts will provide a measure of the progress and effects of restoration on environmental health and water quality, and complement biological monitoring of indicator ...


48. Anthropogenic Drivers of Change on Marine Ecosystems: Nutrient Pollution (Fertilizer) [geodata_2034]
The Nutrient Pollution (Fertilizer) dataset represents an anthropogenic driver of ecological change for marine ecosystem.


49. Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems [geodata_2032]
The global map of Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems is an ecosystem-specific, multiscale spatial model to synthesize 17 global data sets of anthropogenic drivers of ecological change for 20 marine ...


50. EarthTrends: The Environmental Information Portal [WRI_EarthTrends]
EarthTrends is an online collection of information regarding the environmental, social, and economic trends that shape our world. Committed to the principle that accurate information ...


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