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1. Antarctic Bacterial Diversity [Antarctic_Bacterial_Diversity]
The heterotrophic bacterial diversity from terrestrial and aquatic microbial mats from Antarctica were investigated using cultivation. Isolates were first grouped using the whole genome fingerprinting ...


2. Fishes in the Argentine Sea from 1967 to the present time [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_cnp-peces]   PARENT DIF
This metadata record is a modified child record of an original parent record originating from custodians of data associated with the Australian Antarctic Program (see the Parent DIF field below ...


3. Hexacorallians of the World - Southern Ocean [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_HEXACORALLIA]   PARENT DIF
This metadata record is a modified child record of an original parent record originating from custodians of data associated with the Australian Antarctic Program (see the Parent DIF field below ...


4. 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 ...


5. The Southwestern Pacific Regional OBIS Node [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_SW_PACIFIC]   PARENT DIF
This metadata record is a modified child record of an original parent record (see the Parent DIF field below for a link to the original parent record). A subset of the data described here (Southern ...


6. Nella Dan: ADBEX III Cruise - Krill and zooplankton data [ADBEX_III_krill]
This dataset contains results from the Antarctic Division BIOMASS Experiment III (ADBEX III) cruise of the Nella Dan. It is the fifth cruise in a series of six, conducting a long term field survey ...


7. Shallow Coastal Marine Fauna of the Vestfold Hills and Rauer Island Antarctica [AADC-00047]
This dataset is a description of the shallow coastal marine fauna found in the Vestfold Hills and Rauer Island area, Antarctica. The results are from various surveys in this region over a 12 month ...


8. BANZARE ship logs and station lists [BANZARE_logs]
The British Australian (and) New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition (BANZARE) was a research expedition into Antarctica between 1929 and 1931, involving two voyages over consecutive Austral summers. ...


9. Geothermal Fumarole Subsurface Mt. Erebus, Antarctica [d2744050-427f-4b3f-824d-e96b7bd26368]
Recent applications of molecular genetics to edaphic microbial communities of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and elsewhere have rejected a long-held belief that Antarctic soils contain extremely limited ...


10. New Zealand Terrestrial Biocomplexity Survey [0821ab21-c6a5-4757-91c2-1f5e95d0ecda]
The New Zealand Terrestrial Antarctic Biocomplexity Survey (nzTABS) is the largest and most comprehensive interdisciplinary landscape-scale study of terrestrial biology ever undertaken in Antarctica, ...


11. Geomicrobiology of Antarctic Subglacial Environments - Subglacial Lake Whillans [836fe3e7-98f5-4c32-b661-8df8f575d7c0]
Liquid water has been known to occur beneath the Antarctic ice sheet for more than 40 years,but only recently have these subglacial aqueous environments been recognized as microbial ecosystems that ...


12. Inter-Valley Soil Comparative Survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys [cca539d1-3e43-49bb-8e1f-8c1bda934a8c]
Recent applications of molecular genetics to edaphic microbial communities of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and elsewhere have rejected a long-held belief that Antarctic soils contain extremely limited ...


13. McMurdo region meltwater ponds bacterioplankton survey [c36e6f54-f1e0-42d0-88dc-0e8939214076]
The investigation of bacterioplankton, mat and sediment microbial communities from the Bratina Island meltwater ponds in Late November 2009, January 2012 and January 2013 and from meltwater ponds ...


14. Winter Picoplankton Diversity and Distribution in the US Antarctic Marine Living Resources Study Area - Northern Antarctic Peninsula [d87b829c-43d6-4b21-afb4-37e66915c6d4_v1]
Picoplankton (bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotic organisms < 3.0 micron) surveys conducted in collaboration with the U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) field research program aimed to study ...


15. 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, ...


16. Nella Dan: FIBEX Cruise - Zooplankton data [FIBEX_zoo]
This dataset contains results from the First International BIOMASS Experiment (FIBEX) cruise of the Nella Dan. It is the first cruise in a series of six designed to assess the distribution and abundance ...


17. A dataset of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic invertebrates [block_invertebrates]
The dataset was compiled from papers entered into Block's bibliography of invertebrate occurrences in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic. The dataset provides a comprehensive list of all terrestrial ...


18. Antarctic Fur Seal Populations on Heard Island Summer 1987-1988 [AADC-00009]
Abstract from ANARE Research Notes 72 The Antarctic fur seal Arctocephalus gazella has increased in numbers at Heard Island since the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE) station ...


19. In situ observations of Stygiomedusa gigantea [scarmarbin_2336]
This dataset was provided by Dhugal Lindsay (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)). The data is extracted from a paper by Mark C. Benfield (Department of Oceanography and ...


20. Whale catches in the Southern Ocean, 1931-1980 [IWC_Whale_catch]
Season whale catch records for austral summers from 1931/32 to 1979/80. Data have been aggregated into one degree cells centered on the reported position. The dataset covers five whale species - Blue, ...


21. Elephant Seal Sightings, Heard Island (1949 to 1960) [Tags_heard_1949]   PARENT DIF
At Heard Island, Southern Indian Ocean, seals were branded between 1949-1953. Seal length was measured in feet and inches. Recaptures of seals were made up until 1955, and growth and age-specific ...


22. APIS - Antarctic Pack Ice Seals 1994-1999, plus historical data from the 1980's [APIS]
APIS data were collected between 1994 and 1999. This dataset also includes some historical data collected between 1985 and 1987. Both aerial and ship-board surveys were conducted. Studies on the behaviour ...


23. Distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean, 1978/1979+ [ASAC_2208_seabirds]
This dataset comprises data on the distribution and abundance of seabirds in the Southern Indian Ocean. A database of seal, whale and bird observations made from ships since the 1978/1979 austral ...


24. Pelagic Fishes of the Eastern Antarctic Ocean - data from BROKE-East survey [ASAC_865]
This study investigated distribution patterns of pelagic fish, larvae and juveniles collected by RMT trawls during ANARE's BROKE survey to CCAMLR Division 58.4.1 (80 degrees to 150 degrees E and from ...


25. Weddell Seals of the Vestfold Hills Antarctica [AADC-00048]   CHILD DIFs
This dataset contains the results from studies of the Weddell Seal (Lepotonychotes weddellii) in the Vestfold Hills region, Antarctica. Results from tagging surveys, photographs and aerial surveys ...


26. Argos PTT Tracking Database [DB_Argos_PTT_Tracking]
A repository of all ARGOS satellite messages from 1982 to present. Trackers have been used on AWS stations, buoys and numerous species of whales, seals and seabirds. ARGOS is a means of sending data ...


27. Cetacean Sightings Survey and Southern Ocean cetacean program [ASAC_915_2253]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 915 and 2253 See the link below for public details on these projects. Our cetacean research is conducted on multidisciplinary cruises aimed at investigating ...


28. Pelagic Diversity of the Austral Ocean [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_PELAGANT]   PARENT DIF
The PELAGANT project is an interdisciplinary study of the key components of the Austral Ocean Pelagic Ecosystem and deals with the criteria for the appearance, maintenance, and modification of biodiversity. ...


29. Admiralty Bay Benthos Biodiversity Database [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_ABBED]   CHILD DIFs   PARENT DIF
Admiralty Bay is one of the best studied sites in the maritime Antarctic. The first benthos data has been recorded in 1906 and knowledge is constantly gained by the research activities of permanent ...


30. Antarctic and Subantarctic Asteroid zoogeography [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_Asteroids_stampanato]   PARENT DIF
This dataset is the electronic version of a thesis which was made at the Marine Biology Laboratory of the Free University of Brussels (Prof M. Jangoux). It holds taxonomic and distribution data on ...


31. Antarctic Echinoids: an interactive database [SCAR-MarBIN] [Ant_Echinoids_SCARMarBIN]   PARENT DIF
"Antarctic Echinoids" is an interactive database synthesising the results of more than 100 years of Antarctic expeditions. It comprises information about 81 echinoid species ...


32. Antarctic Euphausiacea occurence data from Polish FIBEX expeditions [SCAR-MarBIN] [Krill_Fibex]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Eupahusiacea occurrence data from Polish FIBEX expeditions.


33. Antarctic Euphausiacea Occurrence Data from "German Antarctic Marine Living Resources" (GAMLR) Expeditions [SCAR-MarBIN] [GAMLR_Euphausia]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from the German Antarctic Marine Living Resources (GAMLR) expeditions from 1975 - 2004.


34. Antarctic Euphausiacea Occurrence Data from ITALICA 2000 Expedition [SCAR-MarBIN] [Euphausiacea_ITALICA2000]   PARENT DIF
ITALICA 2000 Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from the Ross Sea.


35. Antarctic Euphausiacea Occurrence Data from Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition 1976-77 [SCAR-MarBIN] [Euphausiacea_NOR]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data during the Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition 1976-77.


36. 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 ...


37. Antarctic Krill Occurrence Data from Australian Expeditions [SCAR-MarBIN] [Euphausiacea_AGAD]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from Australian expeditions January 1981 - February 1993.


38. Antarctic Krill Occurrence Data from Japanese Expeditions [SCAR-MarBIN] [Krill_Japan]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from Japanese expeditions, collected in the framework of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR).


39. Antarctic Krill Occurrence Data from Spanish RV "Fruela" [SCAR-MarBIN] [Krill_Fruela]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from Spanish RV "Fruela"


40. Antarctic Krill Occurrence Data from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Expeditions [SCAR-MarBIN] [Krill_BAS]   PARENT DIF
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) occurrence data from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) expeditions.


41. Check list of Antarctic and Subantarctic Acanthocephala [scarmarbin_1612]   PARENT DIF
Check list of Antarctic and Subantarctic Acanthocephala (spiny-headed worms).


42. Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) Historic KRILL [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_CCAMLR_historic_krill]   CHILD DIFs   PARENT DIF
KRILL is a database system developed to store information on euphausiid species in a fully digital way. The concept of storing data on biogeography, vertical and horizontal distribution and literature, ...


43. 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 ...


44. Electron Microscope Database [em_database]
This database contains information pertaining to the negatives taken by the laboratory since its inception. Both scanning and transmission electron micrographs are catalogued within this database. ...


45. SCAR Marine Biodiversity Information Network [SCAR-MarBIN]   CHILD DIFs
SCAR-MarBIN (SCAR Marine Biodiversity Information Network) establishes and supports a distributed system of interoperable databases, forming the Antarctic Regional OBIS Node, under the ...


46. Southern Ocean Mollusc Database [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_SOMBASE]   PARENT DIF
Understanding where organisms live and why they live there is the key aim of ecology. SOMBASE is a tool for looking at marine molluscs in the seas around Antarctica. Using a database and the latest ...


47. St Petersburg Zoological Institute Antarctic Biodiversity Database [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_MANFA]   PARENT DIF
The Laboratory of Marine Resarch (Zoological Institute of the Russiand Academy of Sciences) has setup a series of databases on Antartic Marine Biodiversity. The databases focus on taxonomy, biogeography, ...


48. Whale log - observations from ANARE voyages [ANARE_Whale_log]
Ship-based observations of whales sightings from the original 'ANARE Whale Log' books have been recovered into a single repository of sightings. ANARE (Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions) ...


49. Changes in King Penguin numbers at Gadget Gully, Macquarie Island [King_Penguins_at_GG]
Ground counts of King Penguin eggs, chicks, fledglings and adults at Gadget Gully on Macquarie Island (1993-2008 incomplete). Counts were obtained in the field by observers at Gadget ...


50. Register of Antarctic Marine Species [SCAR-MarBIN] [SCARMarBIN_RAMS]   PARENT DIF
The objective of the Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS) is to compile and manage an authoritative taxonomic list of species occurring in the Antarctic marine environment, for establishing ...


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