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1. Evolution and biogeochemical cycles of metal species in marine and lacustrine environments [MetalIonsInMarineAndLacustrEnv]
1995/96 Characterization of minor and trace metals in lacustrine ecosystems (Carezza Lake, Inexpressible Island, Tarn Flat, Edmondson Point). Determinations in lake waters, sediments, algae and soil. ...

2. Nutrients in water samples taken in Kongsfjorden in 2007 [CNNADC_2007_King_Bay_Arctic_SensorName_nutrients]
Five sites (k1,k2,k3,k4,k5) were set in Kongsfjorden in July 2007. Water samples were collected in different layers as 0m, 2m, 5m, 10m, 20m,30m,50m,75m,100m,150m and 200m. Nitrate, Nitrite, Phosphate ...

3. Environmental data from the antFOCE (Antarctic Free Ocean Carbon Enrichment) experiment at Casey Station [AAS_4127_antFOCE_EnvironmentalData]   CHILD METADATA   PARENT METADATA
Metadata record AAS_4127_antFOCE_EnvironmentalData contains seafloor Ambient Light and ambient Seawater Temperature data sets collected at the antFOCE site during the experiment. Ambient Light data ...

4. Trace Element Chemistry of Antarctic Saline Lakes and Fjords [ASAC_568]
From the referenced paper: The frigid concentration or freezing of seawater is an important natural phenomenon in the polar regions and results in the precipitation of a different sequence of salts ...

5. Zinc Concentrations in Benthic Foraminifera [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2000-026]
This data set consists of benthic foraminiferal Zn/Ca and Mn/Ca data used to show that foraminifera reflect bottom water chemistry. Also Cd/Ca data from a laboratory dissolution experiment. See ...

6. Site 502 Benthic Isotope Data Set [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_96-007]
This data set consists of Isotopic data from site 502. All data are based on analyses of Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi and have not been corrected to seawater equilibrium. The "B" suffix in the first ...

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