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51. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Bioresources Library. [AIMS_REEF_Bioresource_Library]   PARENT DIF
Collection of marine organisms for bioactivity screening, focused in the shallow waters off the coastlines of Queensland and Western Australia, beginning in 1987 and continuing to the present. Small ...


52. Australian Museum marine faunal data via OZCAM [OBIS_OZCAM_AM]   PARENT DIF
The Australian Museum has an international reputation in the fields of natural history and indigenous studies research, community programs and exhibitions. The Museum was established in 1827 and is ...


53. Average Chlorophyll concentrations for the Southern Ocean across latitude bands 40-50 deg S, 50-60 deg S, 60 deg S-continent [SOE_chlorophyll]
This indicator is no longer maintained, and is considered OBSOLETE. INDICATOR DEFINITION Chlorophyll concentrations from Southern Ocean surface water collected at a depth of 0-7 metres, along cruise ...


54. BACTERIOLOGICAL DATA - UNIVERSITY OF MARSEILLE [COMB01]
ENGLISH Data on bacterial biomass, bacterial processes and adaptation to in situ conditions of ocean; data on quantity and quality of organic matter. Water samples were collected from Niskin bottles. ...


55. BEACON VALLEY METEOROLOGICAL STATION MEASUREMENTS [LTER_MCM_BEACON_VALLEY_MET]   PARENT DIF
[From "http://mcm.lternet.edu/power-search/data-set As part of the Long Term Ecological Research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica, meteorological data was collected from ...


56. BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY OF EPIPHYTIC ALGAE ON MOSSES FROM LAKES AT POTTER PENINSULA (SHETLAND DEL SUR, ANTARTIDA) [CDA_AR_PICTA-07-2004-BIODIVERSITY_AND_ECOLOGY_EPIPHYTIC_ALGAE_ON_MOSSES]   PARENT DIF
This Project is a part of the Framework Project: BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY ON ANTARCTIC CONTINENTAL ENVIRONMENTS' ALGAE This project continues the one initiated by our research group in 1989, on ...


57. BIODIVERSITY AND METABOLIC STUDIES OF THE PHYTOPLANKTON AND EPILITHON FROM CONTINENTAL WATER BODIES AL HOPE BAY, MARITIME ANTARCTICA [CDA_AR_PICTA-25-2004-BIODIVERSITY_METABOLIC_STUDIES_PHYTOPLANKTON_EPILITHON]   PARENT DIF
This Project is a part of the Framework Project: BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY ON ANTARCTIC CONTINENTAL ENVIRONMENTS' ALGAE The project proposes the study of the biodiversity and the ecological aspects ...


58. BIOFLAME-BIOPEARL: BIOdiversity dynamics: Phylogeography, Evolution And Radiation of Life [GB-NERC-BAS-PDC-00504]
Geological and biological sampling associated with recolonisation histories. BIOFLAME will study the DNA &fingerprints& of biological evolution to trace the way species adapt to environmental extremes ...


59. BIOFLAME-BIOREACH: BIOlogical Responses to Extreme Antarctic Conditions and Hyper-extremes [GB-NERC-BAS-PDC-00507]
BIOFLAME will study the DNA "fingerprints" of biological evolution to trace the way species adapt to environmental extremes . We will use state-of-the-art genomics technology to investigate the DNA ...


60. BIOME 6000: Reconstructed Biomes from Palaeoecological Data [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2001-046]
The Global Palaeovegetation Mapping (BIOME 6000) Project is a community-wide collaboration inaugurated in 1994 under the joint auspices of four of the elements of the International Geosphere-Biosphere ...


61. BIOPEARL II, CAML Cruise [scarmarbin_2180]
Benthic collection data arising from the British Antarctic Survey cruise JR179 to the southern Bellingshausen and Amundsen Seas. Biological samples were taken by Agassiz trawl and epibenthic sledge ...


62. BIOTEX 1 [93308234558848]
The BIOTEX 1 expedition was borne out of the BIOTAS (Biological Investigations of Terrestrial Antarctic Systems) programme of SCAR. Hosted by the Programma Nazionale Richerche in Antartide (PNRA) ...


63. Background regarding the sea-ice model configuration and forcings, and the use of sea-ice model output to identify potential habitat for Antarctic krill larvae [AAS_4347_Sea_Ice_Model_Configurations]
Taken from the "Supporting Information" for the main paper. See the referenced papers for more information. Our results are based on numerical simulation of Southern Ocean sea ice, conducted using ...


64. Bacteria and chlorophyll-a water column observations (surface to ~150m), April-August 2001, Continental Margin Western Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC [bacteria_water_SO]
Water sampling for bacteria abundance and chlorophyll-a concentrations were collected in the near surface waters (0-150m) using a CTD niskin rosette sampler during 2 ship cruises ...


65. Bacteria from Penguin Guano, Antarctica [scarmarbin_1961]
The total number of bacteria and culturable bacteria in Ade´lie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) guano was determined during 42 days of decomposition in a location adjacent to the rookery in Admiralty ...


66. Bacterial Abundance and Production Measured during the U.S. JGOFS Arabian Sea Process Study [USJGOFS_ARAB_BACT_ABUN_PROD]
A component of U.S. Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) is the Arabian Sea Process Study. Eleven cruises took place aboard the R/V Thomas G. Thompson for about sixteen months ...


67. Bacterial numbers in year five of SRE4 experiment by most probable number count [SRE4_hydrocarbondegrading_MPN_2006]   PARENT DIF
Most probable number counts of bacteria in sediment samples from the Sediment Recruitment Experiment 4. Samples were taken immediately after the collection of sediment, after the addition of the oils ...


68. Band pattern data from Desulfobacula-group specific DGGE for the SRE4 experiment [SRE4_desulfobaculaDGGE]   PARENT DIF
Samples are from the SRE4 experiment - an in situ experiment to determine fate and effects of different types of oils in the Antarctic marine environment. For details see: Powell S.M., Snape I., ...


69. Band pattern data from Gammaproteobacteria-group specific DGGE [SRE4_gammaproteobacteriaDGGE]   PARENT DIF
Samples are from the SRE4 experiment - an in situ experiment to determine fate and effects of different types of oils in the Antarctic marine environment. For details see: Powell S.M., Snape I., ...


70. Baseline concentrations of elements in the Antarctic macrolichen Umbilicaria decussata [Antar_Macrolichen_Umbilicaria]
Total concentrations of major and trace elements were determined in samples of the epilithic lichen Umbilicaria decussata from 24 ice-free areas in coastal Victoria Land (Antarctica) during ...


71. Bathymetric data of Long and Tryne Fjords at Vestfold Hills, Antarctica, collected in December 1999 [VH_bathy_99]
This dataset contains 102 depth measurements of the water column in Long and Tryne fjords, which are in the northern Vestfold Hills, Prydz Bay, Antarctica. Sea ice thickness and snow thickness were ...


72. Bathymetry of three lakes in the Vestfold Hills - Ace, Ekho and Pendant [ASAC_2647_lake_bathymetry]
Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 2647 See the link below for public details on this project. This project required that water sampling be conducted at the deep point in Ace, ...


73. Bathymetry/depth measurements made at Long Fjord, Vestfold Hills by drilling through sea ice [Long_Fjord_Depth_Measurements_2007]
Water depth measurements were taken in Long Fjord during early winter in 2007. The measurements were collected by Graham Cook, station leader at Davis Station in the Australian Antarctic Territory. ...


74. Behavioral observations, blood and fecal samples taken from Adelie penguins at Shell Glacier and Cape Crozier to detect the impact of human disturbance [K027_2003_2006_NZ_1]
Long term studies of the impacts of human disturbance on adelie penguins using a range of key behavioural, ecological and physiological measures are required to establish logical management regimes ...


75. Behavioural and corticosterone responses of incubating and confined Adelie penguins to model Weddell seal, model leopard seals and a seal bag, Cape Bird, Ross Island 2003-2004 [K034_2001_2005_NZ_10]
Behavioural and corticosterone responses of incubating Adelie penguins to a model Weddell seal, a model Leopard seal and a seal bag were measured by measuring behaviour and collecting blood samples ...


76. Behavioural observations (frequency and timing of copulation attempts) and paternity analysis from blood samples to investigate sperm competition of adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) [K063_1993_1998_NZ_1]
Sexual selection theory suggests that males compete for females and females choose males. Sperm competition is one aspect of this competition. There are two possible mechanisms of sperm competition, ...


77. Behavioural observations, recorded calls and breeding parameters as factors influencing the vocal behaviour of Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) [K019_2000_2001_NZ_1]
Factors influencing the development and survival of Adelie penguins were investigated from the Cape Bird colony. The fieldwork focused on aspects of vocal recognition but parental care and chick development ...


78. Behavioural responses of incubating Adelie penguins to a novel object, Ross Island, 2002-2003 [K034_2001_2005_NZ_7]
The behavioural responses of incubating Adelie penguins to a person standing 1 meter away and to a cardboard shield of similar size to a person also at 1 meter distance were measured to determine ...


79. Benthic Marine Pollution Around McMurdo Station, Antarctica [ECA079]
Benthic sediments and animals are highly modified by human activities at McMurdo Station, the largest human settlement in Antarctica. The quantity of anthropogenic debris, contamination of marine ...


80. Benthic invertebrate community composition, sediment characteristics, and seafloor habitat structure of New Harbour [K082_2009_2010_NZ_1]
SCUBA-based sampling was conducted to determine benthic invertebrate community composition, sediment characteristics, and seafloor habitat structure of New Harbour, via core sampling and video. Specimens ...


81. Benthic macro- and megafauna of the West Antarctic Peninsula Shelf [FOODBANCS_invertebrates]
Macrofaunal abundances and diversity from box cores and megacores down to 10cm sediment depth from three 600m stations on the West Antarctic Peninsula Shelf. Megafaunal abundances from ...


82. Benthic mat biomass and productivity (photosynthesis and respiration) in Lake Vanda, Wright Valley and the role of invertebrates in carbon cycling in the lake [K081_1997_2000_NZ_1]
The importance of benthic microbial production in the lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and how the benthic cyanobacterial mats are adapted to survive and grow in deep water (extreme low light but ...


83. Benthic mat biomass, productivity (photosynthesis and respiration) and contributions to lake nutrient cycling in Lake Hoare, Taylor Valley [K081_1996_2000_NZ_1]
The importance of benthic microbial mat production in the Lake Hoare, Taylor Valley and how the mats are adapted to survive and grow in deep water (extreme low light but no freezing) was investigated. ...


84. Bibliography of papers relevant to the ACE-CRC's Antarctic Marine Ecosystem programme [ACE_AME_Bibliography]
This bibliography is a selected list of scientific papers collected by scientists in the ACE-CRC's Antarctic Marine Ecosystem research programme.


85. Biochemical Studies on Antarctic Fish from the Instituto Antartico Argentino [CDA_AR_BIO_BIOCHEMICALFISH_DATA]
This work is part of the research program undertaken by the Argentine Institute and the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The investigations on biochemisty and nutritional characteristics of ...


86. Biochemical Studies on Antarctic Krill from the Instituto Antartico Argentino [CDA_AR_BIO_BIOCHEMICALKRIL_DATA]
This work is part of the research program undertaken by the Argentine Institute and the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The investigations on biochemisty and nutritional characteristics of ...


87. Biochemical characterization of the antioxidant system in the scallop Adamussium colbecki, a sentinel organism for monitoring the antarctic environment. [Antarctic_scallop]
The scallop Adamussium colbecki can be profitably used for monitoring Antarctic coast environments but its utility would be increased if chemical analysis of pollutants were integrated with data on ...


88. Biochemical-Nutritional Studies Applied To The Lactation Pattern, Post-Natal Growth And Development Of Southern Elephant Seal In Antarctica. [CDA_AR_COMPARATIVE_BIOCHEMISTRY]
The southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) spend most of their lives at sea and breed mainly on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic islands. During the last years, the South Shetland Islands breeding ...


89. Bioconcentration of PCBs in the pelagic food chain of the Ross Sea [ECA026]
In this study was measured mean PCB concentration (the sum of 50 congeners) in Ross Sea phytoplankton (mainly diatoms) and mixed zooplankton (copepods, amphipods and krill) of 1 and 4.2 ng g–1 wet ...


90. Biodegradation of Petroleum in Soils and Beach Sands at Davis Station, Antarctica [ASAC_127]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 127 See the link below for public details on this project. From the abstract of the referenced paper: The effect of nutrient and water enhancement on the ...


91. Biodiversity and ecology of algae from continental environments in Maritime Antarctica. Project No. 25 2002-2004 [CDA_AR_BIO_ALGAE_BIODIV_ECOLOGY]   PARENT DIF
ENGLISH: Project No. 25 2002-2004 (in cooperation with Buenos Aires University, Argentina) This project aims to obtain a thorough survey of the diversity of continental algae in three areas of the ...


92. Biodiversity and ecophysiology of Antarctic sea-ice bacteria [ASAC_1012]
The data set includes information relevant for the study and description of sea-ice bacteria contains the following dataset subgroups and is organised by REFERENCE number. 1) Isolation data: strain ...


93. Biodiversity of Antarctic Amphipod Crustaceans (BIANZO) [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_AntPhipoda]   PARENT DIF
An Antarctic Marine Biodiversity Reference Centre, devoted to amphipod crustaceans, is under development at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium. This centre includes ...


94. Biodiversity of Antarctic Fungi [fun01]
Continental Antarctica is considered an extreme terrestrial environment, which can be colonized only by microorganisms with high level of adaptation. Microbiological investigations in the southern ...


95. Biodiversity of Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems: on-line computerized interactive floras and identification keys of Antarctic lichens. [UNITS_LICHENS]
The research project is based on 3 main topics. A) Creation of on-line interactive floras and identification keys of lichens from areas of the Antarctic Continent, and in particular from Victoria ...


96. Biodiversity of Microbial mats in Antarctica [ASAC_1049_Micromat]
From the Micromat home page: Research on microbial biodiversity in Antarctica is still in a starting phase though it is a very promising area of research. Antarctica is characterised by its geographical ...


97. 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. ...


98. Biodiversity of the nitrogen-fixing microbes of the Antarctic origin [MARPusm06]
Nitrogen fixation is essential because it is the only way that organisms can attain nitrogen directly from the atmosphere. Nitrogen-fixing bacteria can exist either in the form of symbiotic relationships ...


99. Biodiversity survey at Mt Kyffin near the Beardmore Glacier [K024_2002_2003_NZ_4]
A four person party visited an area close to Mt Kyffin on the south side of the Beardmore Glacier and at nearly 84° South latitude. In the 59-60 season the presence of many plants (lichens) and insects ...


100. Biodiversity, Dynamics and Metabolics of Heterogeneous Meltwater Ponds [K025_2011_2012_NZ_3]
Microbial biodiversity and community dynamics within and between selected melt water ponds near Bratina Is will help to identify environmental drivers within ponds. Research will examine the metabolic ...


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