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51. National Museum of Natural History Invertebrate Zoology Collections [NMNH_Invertebrate_Zoology_Collection]
NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Collections records, 8784 Bryozoa, 68401 Coelenterates, 220965 Crustacea, 75012 Echinoderms, 196851 Mollusks, 28853 Porifera, 16466 Tunicates, 171401 Worms, 93268 General; ...


52. Antarctic Krill occurence data from US AMLR "US Antarctic Marine Living Resources" Program [SCAR-MarBIN] [krill_AMLR]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from US AMLR "US Antarctic Marine Living Resources" Program, in the framework of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine ...


53. Ifremer BIOCEAN database (Deep Sea Benthic Fauna) [ifremer]
The Biocean database was designed to gather the extremely large volume of data collected from different deep-sea ecosystem studies conducted by Ifremer's department of "Environnement Profond" and ...


54. NeMys - Generic Taxonomic Database System on Mysida and Nematoda [eurobis_66]
Global information on Mysida and Nematoda put together at the Marine Biology Section of Ghent University. NeMys is a database system developed to store as many as possible types of biological ...


55. ChEssBase: an online information system on biodiversity and biogeography of deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems [ChEssBase]
ChEssBase is a dynamic relational database available online since early 2005. The aim of ChEssBase is to provide taxonomic, biological, ecological and distributional data for all species described ...


56. Community composition survey at Terra Nova Bay with similar samples collected at Cape Evans Cape Armitage and Turtle Rock [K043_2008_2012_NZ_5]
Five ice cores were collected from Terra Nova bay in the vicinity of Gondwana station. From each core the top, middle and bottom sections were sectioned and processed as described earlier. In addition, ...


57. Life In The Ice: Microbial Diversity and Function in Antarctic Sea Ice Ecosystems [K043_2010_2012_NZ_2]
Our hypothesis is that ‘spatial and temporal variations in diversity and ecosystem function of the sea ice microbial community are sensitive indicators of changing climatic conditions’. The research ...


58. Holocene climate history from investigations of the glacial system, ice cores and local climate patterns from Skinner Saddle, Victoria Land Coast Antarctica [K049_1999_2012_NZ_10]   PARENT DIF
To understand the drivers and consequences of climate change on timescales important to humans, the paleoclimate of ice cores, the glacial system and local climate patterns were analysed from Skinner ...


59. Meterological Data from Dawin Central Valley [K002_Darwin_Central_Valley_Met_Station_LGP]
There is currently one Automatic Weather Station (AWS)/environmental logging stations located in the Darwin area: 1) In the central valley (S 79º 50.113" E 159º 19.122") between Lake Wilson ...


60. Fungi isolates from physical samples (soil, rock, wood, foodstuff, air, artifacts, etc) from heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region to determine fungal biodiversity [K021_1998_2012_NZ_1]
Physical samples of soil, rocks, wood, foodstuffs, air and artifacts were collected from six Heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region over the period of January 1999 to January 2008. These sites included ...


61. Environmental protection, management and classification of terrestrial ecosystems in the Ross Sea Region [K123_2010_2012_NZ_3]
Soil samples from a diverse range of soil types have been collected from the Wright and Victoria Valley Systems, to determine whether soil distribution patterns aid prediction of microbial abundance ...


62. Fungi isolates from physical samples (soil, rock, wood, foodstuff, air, artifacts, etc) from heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region to determine fungal biodiversity [K021_1998_2011_NZ_1]
Physical samples of soil, rocks, wood, foodstuffs, air and artefacts were collected from six Heroic era sites in the Ross Sea Region over the period of January 1999 to January 2008. These sites included ...


63. Soil samples from Mout Fleming, Allen Hills and the McKelvey Valley to determine the fungal terrestrial biodiversity using cultures and molecular DNA techniques [K021_1998_2011_NZ_9]
Soil samples were taken from Mount Fleming (00-01), Allen Hills (03-04) and the McKelvey Valley (07-08) to ascertain terrestrial biodiversity at the sites, as determined by molecular DNA techniques ...


64. Southern Ocean geomorphology spatial data layers [ANTABIF_Geomorphology]
This set of GIS shapefiles describe seafloor geomorphic features mapped from bathymetric analysis, with features cross-checked from available seismic lines. The mapping is based on GEBCO contours, ...


65. Meterological Data from Cape Hallett Station [K004_Cape_Hallett_Met_Station_LGP]
The Cape Hallett meteorology station is located at a latitude of 72.19 S, a longitude of 170.16 E, and an elevation of ~0.5 meters above sea level. The station was constructed in the 2001-2002 field ...


66. IPY NL - Avian influenza in arctic breeding waterfowl [Waterfowl_AIV_Hoye_IPY172_NL]
This project investigates the interaction between Arctic-breeding migratory waterfowl and avian influenza viruses. We have used RT-PCR targeting the matrix gene of the influenza virus to detect current ...


67. Survey of invertebrates, lichen, mosses and soil microbiology in the Shackleton, Scott and Beardmore Glacier regions. [K020_2009_2010_NZ_1]
A survey of biodiversity in the Central and Southern Transantarctic mountains including: Invertebrates (Collembola, Acari, Nematoda, Tardigrada, Rotifera); Lichens, Mosses, and Soil microbiology. ...


68. plant and animal propagules inadvertently carried into the Antarctic [FATE]
Data were collected on three sites, see under Purpose. For Falklands Islands there are observations and countings of species, and data on soil respiration (2004, 2005). For all three sites climate ...


69. Integrated Coastal Ocean Observations in Terre Adélie [1142_1_IPEV_FR]
The observation programme will allow evaluating yearly the state of: - the pelagic ecosystem during the summer period from Dumont d’Urville to the shelf break and to the Mertz Glacier Tongue, - the ...


70. Climate change and Polar Terrestrial Ecosystems [Polar_Ecosystem_Global_Warming_Huiskes_IPY59_NL]   PARENT DIF
Environmental manipulation studies are integral to determine impacts of climate warming. Chambers are predominantly used to assess summer warming on terrestrial biota, while changes during other seasons ...


71. plant and animal propagules inadvertently carried into the Antarctic [Aliens_Antarctic_Huiskes_IPY170_NL]
In the austral summer of 2007/2008, using the momentum of the International Polar Year (2007-2009), an international team of ecologists assessed propagule (e.g. seeds, spores, reproductive adult organisms) ...


72. Antarctic Coastal Ecology [ACE]
Objectives: • To assess the structure and functioning of the Antarctic coastal ecosystem and the relationships between marine and terrestrial biota. • To assess the origin of organic ...


73. Population increase in Deschampsia Antarctica: genotypic variation or phenotypic plasticity? [Deschampsia_project_NL_Wouw]
PROBLEM DEFINITION Genetic exchange between local populations of Deschampsia Antarctica (Poaceae), one of the two phanerogams occurring in Antarctica, might be difficult. Dispersal of the species ...


74. Sources, Pathways and Sinks of Organic Matter in Antarctic Terrestrial Ecosystems (MATE) [MATE.NL]
Terrestrial, limnetic and coastal ecosystems in Antarctica are connected by transport (predominantly by melt water) of organic matter and minerals. Temperature increase (either ...


75. Development of tree ring like proxy on arctic shrubs Cassiope tetragona to reconstruct polar climate [Cassiope_Arctic_Climate_Proxy_Weijers_IPY59_NL]
Annual stem length, annual number of leaves, annual average leaf length, annual total leaf length and leaf lifespan. All of Cassiope tetragona. These parameters were measured at three sites: Ny-Ålesund ...


76. The biodiversity of the coastal underwater marine benthic ecosystem in the Ross Sea Region [K082_2001_2007_NZ]   CHILD DIFs
The long term research program ICECUBE (Coastal Underwater Benthic Ecosystems) provides fundamental information on the structural and functional biodiversity of Antarctic coastal benthic ecosystems. ...


77. The structural and functional diversity of the shallow-water benthic community at Cape Evans [K082_2001_2002_NZ_1]   PARENT DIF
The biodiversity of the seafloor community at Cape Evans was investigated to determine the structural and functional diversity of the benthic community and resurveyed over several seasons to assess ...


78. The structural and functional diversity of the shallow-water benthic community at Dunlop Island and Spike Cape [K082_2001_2002_NZ_7]   PARENT DIF
The biodiversity of the seafloor community at Dunlop Island and Spike Cape was investigated to determine the structural and functional diversity of the benthic community. A minimum of three sites, ...


79. The structural and functional diversity of the shallow-water benthic community at Granite Harbour [K082_2001_2002_NZ_8]   PARENT DIF
The biodiversity of the seafloor community at Granite Harbour was investigated to determine the structural and functional diversity of the benthic community during the 07-08 season. Scuba based video ...


80. The structural and functional diversity of the shallow-water benthic community at New Harbour [K082_2001_2002_NZ_6]   PARENT DIF
The biodiversity of the seafloor community at New Harbour was investigated to determine the structural and functional diversity of the benthic community and resurveyed over two seasons (01-02 and ...


81. The structural and functional diversity of the shallow-water benthic community at Terra Nova Bay [K082_2001_2002_NZ_2]   PARENT DIF
The biodiversity of the seafloor community at Terra Nova Bay was investigated to determine the structural and functional diversity of the benthic community and to extend the latitudinal gradient survey ...


82. SOVIET ANTARCTIC EXPEDITIONS for Zooplankton (R.V. OB March-May 1956, January-March 1957;R.V.ACADEMIC KURCHATOV, October 1971-January 1972; RV DMITRY MENDELEEV;R.V.ACADEMIC IOFFE 1992). [scarmarbin_1787]
This dataset presents data from Russian Southern Ocean Investigations. It covers the following SOVIET ANTARCTIC EXPEDITIONS: 1. R.V. Ob Cruise I-II- March-May 1956, cruise II -January-March 1957.The ...


83. globec/soglobec/process/krill [scarmarbin_1095]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Samples from each net were ...


84. An atlas of Southern Ocean planctonic ostracods [scarmarbin_542]
An atlas of Southern Ocean planctonic ostracods


85. Check list of Antarctic and Subantarctic Crinoidea [scarmarbin_1610]
Check list of Antarctic and Subantarctic Crinoidea


86. Tagged Seal Location Data from SOGLOBEC [scarmarbin_1181]
Tagged Seal Location Data from SOGLOBEC


87. ANTAVIA-TrackingKing [scarmarbin_2441]
GPS tracking of known-age and sex king penguins from Crozet Archipelago (age data are available upon request from the senior author)


88. Admiralty Bay Benthos Diversity Data Base (ABBED). Gastropoda (1997). [scarmarbin_1808]
Information system on benthic organisms of Admiralty Bay (King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctic).


89. Admiralty Bay Benthos Diversity Data Base (ABBED). Ophiuroidea. [scarmarbin_1772]
Information system on benthic organisms of Admiralty Bay (King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctic).


90. Amphipoda Hyperiidea of the Southern Ocean: catalogue and occurrences [scarmarbin_2435]
The dataset comprises all occurrence records of hyperiid amphipods from the Southern Ocean sensu lato (south of the sub-Tropical Front). It is based on taxonomic and ecological literature checked ...


91. Antarctic Amphipoda [scarmarbin_2437]
In Antarctic waters, the superfamily Lysianassoidea is one of the most important amphipod groups both in terms of species number and abundance. Dominant members of this superfamily are species of ...


92. Antarctic Gelatinous Predator Database (ANGELbase): Pagès F. & Bouillon J. 1997 dataset [scarmarbin_2444]
Occurrence records for Paragotoea bathybia with depth of capture data extracted from Pagès F. & Bouillon J. 1997. A redescription of Paragotoea bathybia Kramp 1942 (Hydroidomedusae: Corymorphidae) ...


93. Antarctic Gelatinous Predator Database (ANGELbase): Pagès F. & Kurbjeweit F. 1994 dataset. [scarmarbin_2449]
Data on the vertical distribution and abundance of mesoplanktonic medusae and siphonophores from the Weddell Sea, Antarctica extracted from Pagès F. & Kurbjeweit F. 1994. Vertical distribution and ...


94. Antarctic Isopods [scarmarbin_2387]
The phylogenetic relationships of 14 species of the Antarctic amphipod families Epimeriidae and Iphimediidae were investigated using 553 bp of the gene for the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit ...


95. Antarctic Jellyfish [scarmarbin_2426]
The present dataset is a compilation of distribution records found in the literature. The compilation was sent by Duhgal Lindsay, from the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC). ...


96. Antarctic Marine Amoebae [scarmarbin_1951]
Seven Antarctic marine Gymnamoebae


97. Antarctic Pycnogonids II [scarmarbin_2388]
Cryptic mitochondrial lineages in the widespread pycnogonid Colossendeis megalonyx Hoek, 1881 from Antarctic and Subantarctic waters


98. Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Lophogastrida occurrences [scarmarbin_2433]
The dataset contains all published records of Lophogastrida in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic regions (Southern Ocean sensu lato i.e. the SCAR-MarIN area of interest)


99. Antarctic fish Gobionotothen gibberifrons [scarmarbin_2001]
The diversification of the teleost suborder Notothenioidei (Perciformes) in Antarctic waters provides one of the most striking examples of a marine adaptive radiation. Along with a number of adaptations ...


100. Biogeographic distribution of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic brachiopods (living forms) [scarmarbin_2391]
The only Antarctic review about brachiopods has been done by Forster in 1974. Since about 100 publications dealing with living Antarctic brachiopods have been issued and nearly 50 on fossil Antarctic ...


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