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1. Assessment of the importance of biological nitrogen fixation in the terrestrial ecosytem: Nitrogen fixation rates of Nostoc cyanobacterial mats in the Garwood Valley and at Cape Royds [K053_1986_1987_NZ_1]
Microbes with the nitrogenase enzyme on mosses and soils, particularly the cyanobacteria Nostoc, were examined to investigate the extent and magnitude of the nitrogen fixation process. Sample cores ...


2. Detailed descriptions and culturing of Oscillatoriaceae algae from Cape Royds and the Garwood Valley [K053_1986_1987_NZ_2]
The sites of the first detailed account of Cyanophyta in the Ross Sea Region (West and West, 1911) collected by Shackleton's 1907-09 expedition were revisited and detailed descriptions of Oscillatoriaceae ...


3. Detailed descriptions and culturing of Prasiola calophylla algae from Cape Royds and the Garwood Valley [K053_1986_1987_NZ_3]
A detailed investigation of the autoecology, morphology and life history of Prasiola calophylla were conducted to extend the existing data for the species. Data on distribution and growth patterns ...


4. Systematic survey and abundance investigations of the algae in the meltpools of the McMurdo Ice Shelf [K053_1987_1988_NZ_1]
A qualitative and quantitative survey was made of algae in aquatic habitats on the McMurdo Ice Shelf. The majority of the work was conducted in eight ponds of diverse chemical characteristics in the ...


5. Taxonomic and ecological survey of the terrestrial algae in the Ross Sea Region (McMurdo Dry Valleys, Marble Point, Cape Bird, Mt Erebus) [K053_1980_1981_NZ_1]
A taxonomic and ecological survey of the terrestrial algae was conducted in the vicinity of Lake Fryxell, Taylor Valley and Cape Bird and supplemented with samples from Marble Point, the lakes and ...


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. Vegetation distribution (distribution mapping and microscopic examination) at Cape Bird [K053_1982_1983_NZ_2]
Extensive vegetation mapping and microscopic examination of sample material was completed at Cape Bird in detail enough so that maps were produced marking the location of all major algal, moss and ...


8. Vegetation distribution (maps, soil temperature, and microscopic examination) on the surface of heated ground at Tramway Ridge, Mt Erebus [K053_1982_1983_NZ_1]
Descriptions of the vegetation distribution on the surface of steam heated warm ground, especially in relation to temperature gradients from cold to hot areas was investigated on the summit of Mt ...


9. Supplementary video for 'Internal physiology of live krill revealed using new aquaria techniques and mixed opticalmicroscopy and optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging techniques' [AAS_4037_4050_supplementary_video]
This video is supplementary data for the publication entitled 'Internal physiology of live krill revealed using new aquaria techniques and mixed optical microscopy and optical coherence tomography ...


10. Samples collected for HPLC pigments, microscopy and flow cytometry for the SAZ-SENSE project [ASAC_2720_filtration]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2720 See the link below for public details on this project. The overall objective is to characterize Southern Ocean marine ecosystems, their influence on ...


11. Paleoenvironmental Analysis for Desert and Lake Deposits [TAKGEOSCI-NU]
The main purpose of the investigation is to make clear the environmental history of the taklimakan desert and its vicinities including lake areas. In the 1990 season, the following projects were studied. ...


12. Cold adaptation and functionality of the Antarctic Coastal Benthic Zones [ASAC_1165]
Antarctic sediments and sea-ice are important regulators in global biogeochemical and atmospheric cycles. These ecosystems contain a diverse range of bacteria whose biogeochemical roles remains largely ...


13. Embolism repair in two species of cushion plants on Macquarie Island [AAS_4192_images]
This data set deals with embolism repair in two species of cushion plants (Colobanthus muscoides and Azorella macquariensis) which grow on Macquarie island and rely on protoxylem for water transport. ...


14. BOREAS TE-12 SSA SHOOT GEOMETRY DATA [BOREAS_TE12SGD]
The BOREAS TE-12 team collected shoot geometry data in 1993 and 1994 from Aspen, Jack Pine, and Black Spruce trees. Collections were made at the Southern Study Area FEN, YJP, OJP, OA, YA, MIX and ...


15. The Biochemistry, Ecology and Organic Geochemistry of Phaeocystis pouchetii communities of Davis Base, Antarctica [ASAC_113]
This metadata record covers ASAC projects 113, 191 and 625. (ASAC_113, ASAC_191, ASAC_625). The total lipid, fatty acid, sterol and pigment composition of water column particulates collected near ...


16. BOREAS TE-05 Tree Ring and Carbon Isotope Ratio Data [BOREAS_TE5TREER]
These data include tree ring widths and cellulose carbon isotope data from coniferous trees collected at the BOREAS NSA and SSA by the BOREAS TE-05 team. Ring width data are provided for both Picea ...


17. Collaborative Research: Continued Study of Physical Properties of the WAIS Divide Deep Core [spencer_1043313]
This data set includes ~50-m averaged annual layer thicknesses down to 3403 m depth at the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) Divide ice core (WDC06A) as observed visually using diffuse transmitted light ...


18. Kerguelen Plateau (Southern Ocean) diatom photographs taken using light microscopy [AAS_3214_Photos]   PARENT DIF
This dataset was collected as part of an honours project by Jessica Wilks at Macquarie University (submitted May 2012). The samples analysed were taken from an expedition conducted by Dr Leanne Armand ...


19. Cyanobacterial distribution and abundance [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Cyanobacterial_distribution_and_abundance]
Counts of cyanobacterial abundance in filter concentrated samples of suface waters.


20. Distribution and abundance of Parmales and protistan aggregates [CEAMARC_CASO_200708_V3_Parmales_protistan]
Samples of the water column were taken at various depths based on temperature and fluorescence profiles. Depths between 70 and 100 m where there wasa well developed T(min) were samples in an attempt ...


21. 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, ...


22. 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 ...


23. 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 ...


24. 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 ...


25. 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, ...


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