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1. When the Weather is Uggianaqtuq: Inuit Observations of Environmental Changes, Version 1 [NSIDC-0650_1]
Uggianaqtuq (pronounced OOG-gi-a-nak-took) is a North Baffin Inuktitut word that means to behave unexpectedly, or in an unfamiliar way. From the perspective of many hunters and elders in the Arctic, ...


2. K-Axis mesopelagic fish DNA-based diet analysis [AAS_4313_KAXIS_FISH_DIET]
High-throughput DNA-sequencing data for mesopelagic fish stomach contents sampled during the Kerguelen Axis voyage (January-Februay 2016). Mesopelagic fish form an important link between zooplankton ...


3. Krill microbiome [AAS_4313_KRILL_MICROBIOME]
Krill-associated bacterial communities characterised by high-throughput DNA sequencing of the 16S ribosomal RNA gene. The data is decribed in 'Clarke LJ, Suter L, King R, Bissett A and Deagle BE ...


4. Underwater video footage from voyage 4 of the Aurora Australis, 2003-2004 [underwater_video_V40304]
Underwater footage was taken with a Sony digital Handycam mounted in a pressure case on a roll cage, and then trawled off the back of the Aurora Australis. The footage was taken primarily of benthic ...


5. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment and recolonisation of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE1]
The effect of location, depth and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a pilot experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Two locations were used, ...


6. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna (Mar 1998 - Feb 1999). [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE2]
The effect of location and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Four locations were used, a polluted ...


7. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of heavy metal and hydrocarbon contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE3]
The effects of hyrdocarbon and heavy metal contamination of marine sediments on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Three ...


8. A manipulative field experiment examining the recruitment of mobile epifauna to hard-substratum at potentially impacted and control locations. [ASAC_2201_Casey_tiles_1_mobile]
The recruitment of mobile epifauna on hard-substratum was examined in a field experiment using tiles. A total of 160 tiles were deployed at five locations, with 32 tiles at each location, arranged ...


9. A manipulative field experiment examining the recruitment of sessile epifauna to hard-substratum at potentially impacted and control locations. [ASAC_2201_Casey_tiles_1_sessile]
The recruitment of epifauna (sessile and mobile) on hard-substratum was examined in a field experiment using tiles. A total of 160 tiles were deployed at five locations, with 32 tiles at each location, ...


10. Biodiversity of lacustrine Antarctic crustaceans: local and regional genetic diversity of copepods and cladocerans [ASAC_1200]
The aim of the study was to characterise the genetic biodiversity of populations of the copepod Paralabidocera antarctica and the cladoceran Daphniopsis studeri in the Australian Antarctic Territory. ...


11. 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. ...


12. Heavy metal content of Paramoera walkeri (Eusiridae, Amphipoda) tissue - Short-term biomonitoring of Thala Valley Tip Clean-up, Casey, Summer 2003/04 [Heavymetals-Gamms-Casey03-04]
The heavy metal content of whole Paramoera walkeri (Eusiridae, Amphipoda) were measured from specimens collected and deployed in experimental mesocosms around Casey station during the summer of 2003/04. ...


13. Photoquadrat survey of hard substratum assemblages around Casey Station: boulders and boulder fields. [ASAC_2201_Casey_photoquadrats2]
A survey of the epibenthic fauna of hard-substrata was made around Casey Station, using a camera mounted on a frame to take photoquadrats. A nested sampling design was used with several spatial scales. ...


14. Photoquadrat survey of hard substratum assemblages around Casey Station: flat and sloping rocky areas. [ASAC_2201_Casey_photoquadrats1]
A survey of the epibenthic fauna of hard-substrata was made around Casey Station, using a camera mounted on a frame to take photoquadrats. A nested sampling design was used with several spatial scales. ...


15. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: Brown Bay Grid - samples taken along a pollution gradient. [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_BBG]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken along four transects in Brown Bay, along a pollution gradient that has its source ...


16. Survey of soft sediment assemblages around Casey Station (Winter grab samples), June-Sept 1998 [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey3]
Marine soft-sediment assemblages were sampled from shallow (5 - 35m) nearshore regions around Casey Station, Windmill Islands, East Antarctica in winter 1998, using a van-Veen grab (surface area 20 ...


17. Survey of soft sediment assemblages around Casey Station (grab samples), Feb - Mar, 1997 [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey1]
Marine soft-sediment assemblages were sampled from shallow (5 - 35m) nearshore regions around Casey Station, Windmill Islands, East Antarctica in late summer (Feb-March) 1997, using a van-Veen grab ...


18. K-Axis Science Event Log - not Quality Controlled [AAS_4344_K-AXIS_Science_Event_Log_nonQC]   PARENT METADATA
During the K-Axis marine voyage from mid Jan-late Feb 2016, a diverse range of sampling techniques were employed to collect specimens and data. Each sampling event was recorded by scientists and technical ...


19. K-Axis Science Event Log - scanned copy of paper original [AAS_4344_K-AXIS_Science_Event_Log_Scanned]   PARENT METADATA
During the K-Axis marine voyage from mid Jan-late Feb 2016, a diverse range of sampling techniques were employed to collect specimens and data. Each sampling event was recorded by scientists and technical ...


20. K-Axis Science Event Log with derived latitude and longitude from underway data [AAS_4344_K-AXIS_Science_Event_Log_UW_LatLon]   PARENT METADATA
During the K-Axis marine voyage from mid Jan-late Feb 2016, a diverse range of sampling techniques were employed to collect specimens and data. Each sampling event was recorded by scientists and technical ...


21. Southern Ocean Continuous Zooplankton Records [AADC-00099]
This dataset contains results from Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) surveys in the Southern Ocean. When the opportunity arises, zooplankton species, numbers and abundance data are recorded on a ...


22. The effects of ocean acidification and rising sea surface temperatures on shallow-water benthic organisms in Antarctica [NSF-ANT10-41022_1]
The research will investigate the individual and combined effects of rising ocean acidification and sea surface temperatures on shallow-water calcified benthic organisms in western Antarctic Peninsular ...


23. Global change, biodiversity and conservation in terrestrial and coastal ecosystems on Heard and McDonald Islands [ASAC_1180]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1180 Global change, biodiversity and conservation in terrestrial and coastal ecosystems on Heard and McDonald Islands: statistical models for monitoring ...


24. Infaunal marine invertebrate fauna inside and outside of bacterial mats, Casey 2006-07 [ASAC_2201_Bacterial_Mat_Infauna]
Infaunal marine invertebrates were collected from inside and outside of patches of white bacterial mats from several sites in the Windmill Islands, Antarctica, around Casey station during the 2006-07 ...


25. Krill flux, acoustic methodology and penguin foraging - an integrated study. [ASAC_1250]
---- Public Summary from Project ---- This project is designed to provide an understanding of the interactions between krill, other zooplankton, the physical environment and the predators dependent ...


26. Prediction of krill swarm characteristics off East Antarctica [AAS_4311_krill_swarms]
This dataset contains estimates of krill swarm characteristics from statistical models based on underway acoustic observations along with underway and remote-sensed environmental data. Estimates of ...


27. Response of Macquarie Island mites to diesel fuel contaminated soils under field-realistic exposure conditions [AAS_2933_FuelToxicityTerrestrial_MacquarieIsland-Mites-TomMooney]   PARENT METADATA
This data record is closely associated with metadata ID: AAS_2933_FuelToxicityTerrestrial_MacquarieIsland-Springtails-TomMooney, for which full citation details are: Mooney, T., Wasley, J., Andrew, ...


28. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: (core samples: Nov 1998 - Jan 1999) [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey4]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken by divers using hand-held corers (core size - 10 cm diameter by 10 cm deep). This ...


29. Marine Protozoa samples from King George Island collected in 2011 [KOPRI-KPDC-002343_1]
Ciliate from King George Island collected in 2011, characterization based on morphology


30. Tigriopus kingsejongensis [KOPRI-ANTAGEN-000005_1.0]
The Whole Genome Shotgun Sequencing Project of Antarctic copepoda, Tigriopus kingsejongensis


31. Maine Department of Marine Resources Inshore Trawl Survey 2000-2009 [ME_DMR_Trawl]
The Maine-New Hampshire Inshore Trawl Survey is conducted twice a year, for five weeks at a time, always starting in New Hampshire and ending off Grand Manan. The spring surveys start the first week ...


32. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Amphipod and Isopod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_Amphipod.Isopod_Kingston2007]   PARENT METADATA
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. ...


33. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Juvenile Gastropod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetaToxicityMarine_JuvenileGastropods_Kingston2007]   PARENT METADATA
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. ...


34. Toxicity of physically and chemically dispersed fuels to the common Antarctic amphipod, Paramoera walkeri [AAS_4142_Paramoera_walkeri_dispersant_fuel_toxicity]
This metadata record contains the results from bioassays conducted to show the response of the common Antarctic amphipod, Paramoera walkeri to contamination from combinations of Special Antarctic ...


35. Toxicity of single metals and metal mixtures to Antarctic Marine Copepods [AAS_4100_Toxicity_Copepods]
This metadata record contains the results of two bioassays testing the response of Antarctic marine copepods to both individual and combined metals via 14 day toxicity tests. The tests were conducted ...


36. Tigriopus kingsejongensis [KOPRI-ANTAGEN-000005]
The Whole Genome Shotgun Sequencing Project of Antarctic copepoda, Tigriopus kingsejongensis


37. The World Spider Catalog of the American Museum of Natural History [AMNH_13_7.5]
Welcome to the World Spider Catalog! The current catalog is the first fully searchable online database covering spider taxonomy, but it has a longer history of predecessors which started with Pierre ...


38. Latitudinal Gradient Project - Australian contributions [LGP]
This record relates to the Australian component of the Latitudinal Gradient Project. The LGP is largely a New Zealand, US and Italian venture, but a small contribution has been made by Australian ...


39. Juvenile Pushnet Surveys of the Chesapeake Bay from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_PUSHNET_SURVEY]
Alosa stocks, specifically the American shad (Alosa sapidissima), and alewife (A. pseudoharengus) and blueback herring (A. aestivalis), collectively known as river herring, have historically provided ...


40. Juvenile Seine Surveys of the Chesapeake Bay from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science [VIMS_SEINE_SURVEY]
The Virginia Institute of Marine Science initiated the juvenile striped bass seine survey in 1967. An index of abundance has been calculated every year since 1980 and is the ...


41. Collaborative Research: Body Size, Oxygen, and Vulnerability to Climate Change in Antarctic Pycnogonida [USAP-1341476_1]
Beginning with the earliest expeditions to the poles, scientists have noted that many polar taxa grow to unusually large body sizes, a phenomenon now known as 'polar gigantism.' Although scientists ...


42. Response of Macquarie Island springtails to diesel fuel contaminated soils under field-realistic exposure conditions [AAS_2933_FuelToxicityTerrestrial_MacquarieIsland-Springtails-TomMooney]   PARENT METADATA
This data record describes work conducted by Thomas Mooney on Macquarie Island during the 2008/09 and 2009/10 field seasons. The experimental design of this work included sampling three sites located ...


43. Collaborative Research: Exploring the Vulnerability of Southern Ocean Pinnipeds to Climate Change - An Integrated Approach [USAP-1142108_1]
Building on previously funded NSF research, the use of paleobiological and paleogenetic data from mummified elephant seal carcasses found along the Dry Valleys and Victoria Land Coast in areas that ...


44. Genetic identification of fish caught as bycatch in the Antarctic krill fishery and comparison with observer records [AAS_4313_Larval_Fish_Bycatch_ID]
1st Experiment 24/11/16 ************************************************************************************************ See 2016_11_24_Miseq_Sheet 1. Sanger Sequencing Plate #4 - 25mg of Tissue was ...


45. CMarZ (Census of Marine Zooplankton)-Asia Database [CMarZ-Asia_0.9]
CMarZ (Census of Marine Zooplankton)-Asia Database is an integrated search system of zooplankton information provided by the CMarZ. It consists of 4 search systems of zooplankton data: Sample Collections, ...


46. Museum Victoria Entomology data via OZCAM [OBIS_OZCAM_MV_Entomology_1.0]   PARENT METADATA
This data source pertains to Museum Victoria's Entomology Collection. Museum Victoria, Australia's largest public museums organisation, is the State Museum for Victoria (Australia), responsible ...


47. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Brown Ostracod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_BrownOstracods_Kingston2007]   PARENT METADATA
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. ...


48. Statistical method for determining No Effect Concentration (NEC) [AAS_4100_No_Effect_Concentration_(NEC)_methods]   PARENT METADATA
This data record has been compiled for a statistical methods study, conducted by Abigael Proctor as part of her PhD research in 2018. The data in this record have been used to showcase a new statistical ...


49. Coastal Forest Chronosequences, British Columbia, Canada [Canada_CFS_CoastForestChrono]
In coastal British Columbia, mild climates and infrequent disturbance favour the development of long-lived forests with trees of great stature. These forests are admired the world over for the magnificent ...


50. Taxonomic Review of Category 2 Species, brdsar0001 - Parent Taxonomic Review Metadata [BRDSAR0001]
More than 1,600 species and subspecies of animals in the United States are presently proposed for listing as endangered or threatened. These taxa are designated Category II Species by the U.S. Fish ...


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