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1. R/V Laurence M. Gould LMG0602 - Salpa thompsoni in the Southern Ocean: Bioenergetics, population dynamics and biogeochemical impact [LMG0602]   PARENT DIF
The NSF-supported research icebreaker Laurence M. Gould operates year-round in support of the U.S. Antarctic Program, carrying out global change studies in biological, chemical, physical, and oceanographic ...


2. CTD data from unit towed simultaneously with MOCNESS plankton sampler, Antarctic, 2006 [mocness_ctd_B307]
CTD observations were collected simultaneously with the towing of the multi-net MOCNESS plankton sampler (1 and 10 square meter units). Sampling was conducted during the period 14 Feb 2006 to 16 ...


3. Continuous logging of sea surface environmental conditions along the track of LMG0602, Feb-March, 2006. [alongtrack_B307]
A broad array of ship and environmental conditions were logged continuously along the ship's track during cruise LMG0602 west of the West Antarctic Peninsula. Reported at one minute values are navigational, ...


4. Vertical sampling results for Chlorophyll a, phaeopigments, and particulate carbon and nitrogen from waters west of the Antarctic Peninsula (Nov.-Dec. 2004 and Feb.-March 2006) [pigments_CN_B307]
This data set consists of results from vertical sampling for Chlorophyll a, phaeopigments, and particulate carbon and nitrogen from waters west of the Antarctic Peninsula (Nov.-Dec. 2004 and Feb.-March ...


5. Zooplankton populations sampled with a MOCNESS 10 m^2 net tow system, data reported are abundance and length at the species level, Georges Bank, 1995-1999, GLOBEC. [moc10data_GB]
Zooplankton populations were monitored on a monthly basis (Jan-Jun), years 1995-1999, for a total of thirty cruises. Plankton tows were made using a MOCNESS 10 system with ...


6. Collaborative Research: Salpa Thompsoni in the Southern Ocean: Bioenergetics, Population Dynamics and Biogeochemical Impact [NSF-ANT03-38290]
Salps are planktonic grazers that have a life history, feeding biology and population dynamic strikingly different from krill, copepods or other crustacean zooplankton. Salps can occur in very dense ...


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