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51. Molecular analysis of microbiota trapped in ancient antarctic glacial ice [ASAC_2763]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2763 See the link below for public details on this project. Ancient Antarctic glacial ice is a potential resource of trapped microorganisms dating back ...


52. Molecular comparison of bacterial diversity in O'Brien Bay and Brown Bay sediment samples [Clone_Libraries]
Two 16S rDNA clone libraries, one from a Brown Bay sample and one from an O'Brien Bay sample were generated. These samples were originally collected as part of ASAC project 868 and the microbiology ...


53. Molecular comparison of bacterial diversity in uncontaminated and hydrocarbon contaminated marine sediment [Nested_DGGE]
Sediment samples which were originally collected as part of ASAC 868 (ASAC_868) are now being investigated using molecular microbial techniques as part of ASAC 1228 (ASAC_1228). Samples were collected ...


54. Monitoring and screening of bioactive compounds and toxins produced by Antarctic cyanobacterial strains. [CNR_ISE_CYANOBACTERIAL]
The photosynthetic microorganisms from the sea, soil and lakes represent a profitable resource for the production of biologically active compounds. The harsh environment of Antarctic with low level ...


55. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute-2000 [MBARI_VARS_2000]
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) uses high-resolution video equipment to record hundreds of remotely operated vehicle (ROV) dives per year. In the first 20 years of ROV diving ...


56. Photoheterotrophic Microbes in the West Antarctic Peninsula Marine Ecosystem [NSF-ANT08-38830]
Light quality and availability are likely to change in polar ecosystems as ice coverage and thickness decrease. How microbes adjust to these and other changes will have huge impacts on the polar marine ...


57. Polar soil bacterial and fungal biodiversity survey [soil_bacteria_fungi]
It contains the raw sequences (.fasta files) quality scores (.qual files), flowgram data from the 454 instrument (.flow files), an index of each sequence read and the sample to which it belongs (.groups ...


58. Population Abundance of Phytoplankton and Bacteria Measured during the JGOFS Equatorial Pacific Process Study [JGOFS_EQPAC_PHYTOPL_ABUNDANCE]
The Equatorial Pacific Process Study (EQPAC) was conducted along 140 deg W longitude during 1992. Four cruises took place: February 3 - March 9, March 19 - April ...


59. Preliminary investigation of thermal biosystem of Mount Rittmann fumaroles (Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica) [Thermal_biosys_MountRittmann]
The biota and environment of fumarolic ground recently discovered near Mount Rittmann are described. Three patches (about 1 m2 each) of the moss Pohlia nutans were found in a minor caldera rim. Cyanophytes, ...


60. Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES (POTES) [POTES]
The ANR POTES program (Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES) project concerns the role of marine micro-organisms in the mineralization of particulate (POM) and dissolved (DOM) organic matter and ...


61. Prevalence of viruses and parasites in populations of house mice on Macquarie Island [ASAC_1183]
Little information exists on risks of disease introduced into environments from exotic species. House mice remain prevalent on Macquarie Island, and may interfere with the subantarctic community there ...


62. Prokaryote diversity in Antarctic soils and sediments [mybactum1]
Prokaryotes community structures of eight distinct sites around Casey Station, Antarctica were investigated by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of amplified 16S rDNA fragments. Twelve ...


63. Protein Folding and Function at Cold Temperature: Co-Evolution of the Chaperonin CCT and Tubulins from Antarctic Fishes [NSF-ANT06-35470]
Since the advent of Antarctic continental glaciation, the opening of the Drake Passage between South America and the Antarctic Peninsula, and the onset of cooling of the Southern Ocean ~38-25 million ...


64. Proteorhodopsins in Southern Ocean Bacteria [AAS_3127]
Metadata record for data from AAS Project 3127 See the link below for public details on this project. Bacteria in marine environments have been found to be able to partially support growth by using ...


65. Pseudomonad organisms capable of degrading resin acids: Are they found in Antarctica? Soil samples from Mt Erebus [K023_1996_1997_NZ_1]
Pseudomonads are gram negative bacteria which are unique in their ability to degrade aromatic compounds such as xylene, napthalene and camphor and have recently been shown to degrade toxic resin acids ...


66. Diversity of Cultivable Bacteria and Those with Anti-microbial Activities [MARPums2006]
Bacteria biomass, bacteria identities, and bacteria with ability to produce anti-microbial compounds were among the data generated from this project. This project was undertaken to elucidate the ...


67. LTER Georgia Coastal Ecosystems - December 2002 surface water bacterial abundance at ten Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER sampling sites [page7_LTER_GCE_BCT_GCEM_0303f]   PARENT METADATA
Surface water samples were collected during low tide surveys near ten Georgia Coastal Ecosystem LTER sampling sites in December, 2002. Unfiltered subsamples were immediately preserved with buffered ...


68. The bacterial biomass of sea ice from Seabees Hook, Cape Hallett region [K043_2003_2005_NZ_2]
A taxonomic assessment of sea ice bacteria abundance and their response to climate induced stress was investigated from the sea ice around Seabee Hook, Cape Hallett. Four sites at different points ...


69. The biomass, productivity and biodiversity of algae and bacteria in Terra Nova Bay and the physical parameters of their environment [K043_2006_2008_NZ_1]
The total biomass, productivity and biodiversity of algae and bacteria from the sea ice and the water column was investigated in Terra Nova Bay. Sampling sites in the Terra Nova Bay area were used ...


70. The response of sea ice and brine water algae and bacteria to changes in salinity, temperature, light and UVB in Terra Nova Bay [K043_2006_2008_NZ_4]
Samples of the bottom ice algae and brine algae (within 30cm of the top of the ice) were subjected to temperature, salinity, light and UVB experiments and analysed with PAM rapid light curves to determine ...


71. Analysis of soil samples for human comensal micro-organism to determine the degree of human induced microbial contamination of heavily used regions [K023_2001_2002_NZ_2]
Mineral soils from the immediate vicinity of field campsites in the Wright Valley, Miers Valley and Bratina Island campsites were sampled daily during occupation. The samples were analysed with PCR ...


72. Determining the microbial flora around mummified seal carcases in the McMurdo Dry Valleys as a nutrient source for microbial diversity [K023_2001_2002_NZ_3]
Transect sampling of surface and 5-10cm depth of the soils in the vicinity of seal carcases in the Miers Valley was carried out. Samples were analysed to assess the impact of local carbon/nitrogen ...


73. 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_2008_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 ...


74. 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 [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 ...


75. 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 [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 ...


76. Isolated fungi from physical samples collected from four sites, two with human impact and two with little human influence to assess fungal biodiversity and the impact of humans [K021_1998_2008_NZ_3]
Physical samples of soil, rocks, wood, foodstuffs, air and artifacts were collected over the period of 2001-2006 from four sites in Ross Sea Region, including two sites with human impact (influence) ...


77. Vertical transect mineral soil samples collected from the Wright Valley, Miers Valley and Bratina Island analysed for microbial biomass, phylogeny and diversity using molecular methods [K023_2001_2002_NZ_1]
The extreme environment of the Dry Valleys has opposing views on the microbial diversity present. Using molecular biological techniques, a detailed study was undertaken of the prokaryotic community ...


78. Environmental Impact Assessment of the Davis Sewage Outfall [DAVIS_STP]   CHILD METADATA
Untreated, macerated wastewater effluent has been discharged to the sea at Davis Station since 2005, when the old wastewater treatment infrastructure was removed. This environmental assessment was ...


79. Multidimensional 'omics' characterization of microbial metabolism and dissolved organic matter in Antarctica [USAP-1141978]
Uncovering the dynamics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) is central to an understanding of the global carbon cycle, as organic material from lakes, streams, oceans and soils passes through this pool. ...


80. Survey of Selected Microbial Pathogens in the Salton Sea [usgsbrdnwhc_d_microbpathogens]
This data documents the distribution of known and potential microbial pathogens in the Salton Sea ecosystem to provide baseline information for those tasked to evaluate proposed engineering projects ...


81. Collaborative Research: Integrated High Resolution Chemical and Biological Measurements on the Deep WAIS Divide Core [priscu_0839075]
This collaborative research project (Collaborative Research: Integrated High Resolution Chemical and Biological Measurements on the Deep WAIS Divide Core) was funded by NSF-OPP and was part of the ...


82. Data for manuscript 'Ocean acidification of a coastal Antarctic marine microbial community reveals a critical threshold for CO2 tolerance in phytoplankton productivity' [AAS_4026_Productivity_PAM_Phytoplankton_Bacteria]   PARENT METADATA
This data set was collected from a ocean acidification minicosm experiment performed at Davis Station, Antarctica during the 2014/15 summer season. It includes: - description of methods for all data ...


83. Surveillance of Lake Pontchartrain Algal Blooms [LSU_ESL_LAKEP]
Oceansat-1 OCM ocean color measurements and Terra-1/Aqua-1 MODIS true color measurements are providing daily updates on water quality and algal blooms in Lake Pontchartrain and surrounding coastal ...


84. Collaborative Research: EAGER: Processing, Interpretation and Dissemination of the Proof-of-Concept Transient Electromagnetic Survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys Region - NSF award 1344348 [USAP-1344348]
Intellectual Merit: The MCM-SkyTEM project mapped resistivity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys and at Cape Barne on the Ross Island during the 2011-12 austral season using an airborne transient electromagnetic ...


85. Illumina 16s amplicon sequencing data for in-situ Macquarie Island Mesocosm assessing the toxicity of residual hydrocarbons. [AAS_4135_Hydrocarbon_Toxicity_amplicon]
This data set is Illumina 16s (bacterial) amplicon sequencing data for the Macquarie Island mesocosm ecotoxicology study. In-situ soil mesocosms (n=20) were set up on Macquarie Island in February ...


86. The Environment of the Bunger Hills - 1999-2000 [bunger_hills_gibson]
During the 1999/2000 summer a group of four people visited the Bunger Hills (66 degrees 20 minutes S, 100 degrees 50 minutes E), an area of ice-free rock situated in Wilkes Land, eastern Antarctica, ...


87. Sea Ice Main Biology Sampling collected during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_Phytoplankton]   PARENT METADATA
Five (out of a possible 7) ice stations were sampled for the Main Biology Site, collected from -63.88S 119.9E off East Antarctic in September to November 2012 during the Sea Ice Physics and Ecosystems ...


88. DNA sequence data collected during the SIPEX II voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2012 [SIPEX_II_DNA_Sequences]   PARENT METADATA
Purpose of experiments: Sequence data obtained to determine community structure of pack sea-ice microbial communities and whether it is effected by exposures to elevated CO2 levels. Summary of Methods: ...


89. BROKE-West microbial concentrations - Voyage 3 of the Aurora Australis 2005/2006 [BROKE-West_flow_cytometry]   PARENT METADATA
This data set contains concentrations of phytoplankton, protozoa, total bacteria and metabolically active bacteria assessed by flow cytometry on transects 12, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 of the BROKE-West ...


90. Grazing dilution study from the BROKE-West voyage of the Aurora Australis, 2006 [BROKE-West_Grazing]   PARENT METADATA
These data contain results from grazing dilution experiments conducted during BROKE-West. Experiments were conducted at 22 locations on the BROKE-West transect. Data are ...


91. Modeling Water Quality in the Tualatin River, Oregon, 1991-1997 [WRIR_01_4062]
The calibration of a model of flow, temperature, and water quality in the Tualatin River, Oregon, originally calibrated for the summers of 1991 through 1993, was extended to the summers of 1991 through ...


92. NODC Standard Format Marine Bacteria (F009) Data (1975-1979) [FW00057]
This file contains data from bacteriological studies of the water column and ocean bottom. Data include the density (number per unit volume, weight, or area of sample) of heterotrophic, hydrocarbonoclastic ...


93. NODC Standard Format Microbiological Degradation (F059) Data (1973 -1980) [NODC_F059]
This format is designed to support microbiological studies of bacteria, microbiota, and fungi. There are twelve data record types used to report cruise and station information, position and time, ...


94. NODC Taxonomic Code Version 8.0 [NOAA_NODC_TAXONOMIC_CODE]
The National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) Taxonomic Code is the largest, most flexible, and widely used of the various coding schemes that have been developed to adapt the Linnean system of ...


95. National Forest Health Database - Archive of Insects and Diseases Found in Canadian Forests [Canada_CFS_ArchiveInsectDiseas]
Since 1936, the Canadian Forest Service has been collecting data on insects, diseases and abiotic conditions (e.g. storm damage) that are a potential threat to the health of Canada's forests. Some ...


96. National Forest Health Database - Insect and Disease Data for Canadian Forest Health Network [Canada_CFS_InsDisData]
Since 1984, Canadian Forest Service has been collecting data to help monitor the health of Canada's forests. Data is collected from a large number of strategically located plots all across Canada. ...


97. New Hampshire Shellfish Program [gomc_206]
To ensure the protection of public health, the Shellfish Program maintains a number of monitoring programs. The Ambient Monitoring program involves regular collection of ...


98. New York Harbor Water Quality Surveys [NYC_NYharborwaterquality]
This dataset provides annual surveys of water quality. The harbor survey monitors the quality of harbor waters and identifies the impacts of the city's pollution control programs ...


99. New record of moss and thermophilic bacteria species and physico-chemical properties of geothermal soils on the northwest slope of Mt. Melbourne (Antarctica) in 2002 [Thermophilic_bacteria_Melbourne]
Four samples of surface soils, one with shoots of an unidentified moss species, were collected from a geothermal site on the northwest slope of volcanic Mt. Melbourne (northwest Victoria Land, continental ...


100. OMMIX: Food-Web structure and carbon budget in a coastal area off Central Chile (36?S): Influence of mixotrophy and omnivory [OMMIX]
Classical and microbial pathways remain as a useful dichotomy for distinguishing the several fates of primary production in aquatic ecosystems. In most of our idealized concepts of food-web, we tend ...


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