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1. Water extractable nutrients in marine sediment cores collected as part of the Davis Sewage Treatment Project, summer 2009/10 [DAVIS_STP_SedimentNutrients]   PARENT DIF
Extraction of nutrients from sediment Water-extractable nutrients in sediment were analysed following a 2:5 w/v aqueous extraction. A 10 g sub-sample of homogenised wet sediment was mixed with 25 ...


2. Biology Year Report for Davis Station, 1982 [Davis_biology_report_1982]
Taken from the biology report for Davis Station, 1982, prepared by Mark Tucker. A hardcopy of the report and field books are available in the Australian Antarctic Division library, and pdf copies ...


3. Phytoplankton and hydrological succession in Omega and Taynaya Bays, eastern Antarctica [ASAC_2146]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2146 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstracts of the referenced papers: Early season phytoplankton communities in both ...


4. Casey 1999-2000 Laboratory Notebook for Jane Wasley [JWasley-LabBook-Casey-1999-2000]   PARENT DIF
Scanned laboratory notebook. - Notebook owner: Jane Wasley - Project: Jane Wasely PhD (ASAC 1087: The influence of water and nutrient availability on bryophyte communities in continental Antarctica) ...


5. Jane Wasley Field and Lab Notebooks Casey 2002-3 [AAS_1313_JaneWasley-FieldNotebook-Casey-2002-3]   PARENT DIF
Scanned copy of field notebook and laboratory notebook Book owner: Jane Wasley ASAC: 1313 Season: 2002/03 Location: Casey The original hard copy of this notebook was, in January 2016, located in ...


6. The fate of primary production in Antarctic sea ice: the role of metazoan grazers. [ASAC_1328]
Crustaceans are an important component of the Antarctic marine ecosystem. Large numbers live in or close to the sea-ice cover, using it as a refuge from predation and a source of food. However, the ...


7. The influence of water and nutrient availability on bryophyte communities in continental Antarctica [ASAC_1087]   CHILD DIFs
Project summary: Our research aims to increase the understanding of how moss communities in continental Antarctica will respond to future climate change. The Windmill Islands region is believed to ...


8. CTD Niskin data collected from the BROKE-West voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2006 [BROKE-West_CTD_Niskin]   PARENT DIF
3 litres of seawater were collected every 2nd CTD (conductivitiy, temperature and depth) cast on every CTD transect of the BROKE-West voyage. 7 CTD transects were completed on the BROKE-West voyage, ...


9. Heard Island Mycorrhizal survey, 2000 [HIMYCO]
Personnel YVES FRENOT 1, DANA M. BERGSTROM 2, J.C. GLOAGUEN 3, R. TAVENARD 4 and D.G. STRULLU 4 1 UMR CNRS 6553 Ecobio, Universit de Rennes 1, Station Biologique, 35380 Paimpont, France, 2 Australian ...


10. Mineralisation results using 14C octadecane at a range of water, nutrient levels and freeze thaw cycles [NW_microcosm_results]
Geochemical, microbial and 14C data on remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in Antarctica. This record is part of ASAC project 1163 (ASAC_1163). Microcosm study using Old Casey petroleum hydrocarbon ...


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