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1. Polycystine Radiolarians from the water column and the surface sediments of the World Ocean [Radiolaria_1]
This data set includes information on the distribution of Polycystine Radiolaria, planktonic Foraminifera, Tintinnina, Pteropoda Euthecosomata and Chaetognatha recovered in plankton samples, ...


2. A testbed for zooplankton models of the Irish Sea [GLOBEC_059_UK_009]   PARENT METADATA
The aim is to establish a numerical model system providing a robust 3-dimensional physical environment within which ecosystem and zooplankton models of different structure and complexity will be compared ...


3. Automated identification of Calanus to species level at any developmental stage [GLOBEC_103_UK_023]   PARENT METADATA
Identification of Calanus individuals to species level is problematic and normally impossible with early developmental stages (nauplii and early copepodites). This programme will develop an automated ...


4. Causes of zooplankton interannual variability at Station L4 in the English Channel [GLOBEC_062_UK_012]   PARENT METADATA
Weekly sampling of zooplankton species at station L4 in the English Channel has been carried out since 1988. In addition, there are shorter series of copepod egg production, of phytoplankton species ...


5. Causes of zooplankton interannual variability at Station L4 in the English Channel - GLOBEC_062_UK_012TESTING [GLOBEC_062_UK_012TESTING]   PARENT METADATA
Weekly sampling of zooplankton species at station L4 in the English Channel has been carried out since 1988. In addition, there are shorter series of copepod egg production, of phytoplankton species ...


6. DEPROAS - Ecosystem Dynamics of the continental shelf of the SW Atlantic [GLOBEC_067_BRZ_001]
DEPROAS is a multi-disciplinary programme, involving physical oceanography, biological oceanography, geological oceanography and meteorology. DEPROAS has two main goals: 1) to examine the physical ...


7. LIFECO: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak: Importance to Fish Stock recruitment [GLOBEC_071_LIFECO_001]   CHILD METADATA
LIFECO takes a holistic approach to the understanding of a key element of the North Sea ecosystem: resolving the importance of frontal regions, a key organising processing the marine environment, ...


8. Marine Productivity - UK GLOBEC [GLOBEC_020_UK_002]   CHILD METADATA
MARINE PRODUCTIVITY: physical controls on ecosystem dynamics The aim of the Marine Productivity programme is to develop coupled modelling and observational systems for the pelagic ecosystem, with ...


9. Zooplankton demography and trophic interactions in the sub-arctic North Atlantic [GLOBEC_099_UK_019]   PARENT METADATA
Title: Zooplankton demography and trophic interactions in the sub-arctic North Atlantic, and their coupling to physical oceanography: 40 years on from the NAO minimum This project will conduct ...


10. Gulf of Maine Coastal Ocean Observing Center Cruise Data - Zooplankton [COOA_Zooplankton]   PARENT METADATA
This collection contains data acquired on cruises to the Western Gulf of Maine. Monthly cruises began in April 2002 for the REACH project with limited spatial coverage and limited measurements. Beginning ...


11. Gulf of Maine Cruise Data - Transects, Special Samplings [WEBCOAST_COOA_Cruise_Data]   CHILD METADATA
This collection contains data acquired on cruises to the Western Gulf of Maine. Monthly cruises began in April 2002 for the REACH project with limited spatial coverage and limited measurements. Beginning ...


12. Gulf of Maine Cruise Data - pCO2 Carbon Dioxide [COOA_pCO2]   PARENT METADATA
The UNH Coastal Ocean Observing Center's Coastal Carbon Group is an interdisciplinary research team within UNH-EOS engaged in efforts to observe and model how the Earth's pool of carbon moves between ...


13. PULSE of the Gulf of Maine; Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data [WEBCOAST_COOA_PULSE_Eco_Monitor]
PULSE, the Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data, collects weekly samples of the state of the pelagic ecosystem in the Gulf of Maine at two fixed sites: GoMOOS Buoy ...


14. Analysis: low oxygen concentrations and biogenic elements associated with Equatorial Subsurface water, and variability in Humboldt Current System off Chile [GLOBEC_039_CHL_003]   PARENT METADATA
Analysis of the distribution of low oxygen concentrations and biogenic elements associated with the Equatorial Subsurface water and characterization of seasonal and inter-annual variability in the ...


15. Biological Investigations of Marine Antarctic Systems and Stocks (BIOMASS) Data Set [BIOMASS]   CHILD METADATA
BIOMASS (Biological Investigations of Marine Antarctic Systems and Stocks) was a major multi-national scientific programme for the study of the Antarctic marine ecosystem and its living resources, ...


16. Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System. [GLOBEC_041_CHL_005]   PARENT METADATA
Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System in relation to oceanographic conditions. ...


17. Characterization of intra-, inter-annual variability SST, phytoplankton pigment concentration & zooplankton on shelf zone of Humboldt Current System Chile [GLOBEC_044_CHL_008]   PARENT METADATA
Title: Characterization of the intra- and inter-annual variability of sea surface temperature, phytoplankton pigment concentration and zooplankton on the shelf zone of the Humboldt Current System ...


18. Characterization of metabolic adaptations of planktonic species/assemblages to suboxic/hypoxic conditions off Chile [GLOBEC_045_CHL_009]   PARENT METADATA
Title: Characterization of the metabolic adaptations of planktonic species/assemblages to the suboxic/hypoxic conditions in the Humboldt Current System off Chile The metabolic adaptations of planktonic ...


19. Modelling the persistence of zooplankton in the Irish Sea using optimal vertical migration patterns [GLOBEC_058_UK_008]   PARENT METADATA
The persistence of different species of zooplankton within a region is dependent on their vertical migration behaviour. Such behaviour is influenced by many factors, including food availability and ...


20. The influence of micro-zooplankton on marine productivity [GLOBEC_055_UK_005]   PARENT METADATA
Predatory microzooplankton are important components of planktonic food webs as they provide a link for nutrients to pass up the food chain through their ingestion of small phytoplankton and bacteria ...


21. Acoustic responses to water column features, Antarctic, Aug-Sept 2002, GLOBEC. [simrad_SO]
Using the hull mounted Simrad EK500 Scientific Sounder System, acoustic returns from 38, 120, and 200 kHz transducers were recorded continuously along ship's track from Aug ...


22. Georges Bank zooplankton concentrations, derived from sampling taken on forty-four cruises, 1995-1999, U.S. GLOBEC. [zoo_meter_GB]
The major objective of the U.S. GLOBEC, Georges Bank project was to understand the population dynamics of key species on the Bank - Cod, Haddock and two species of zooplankton (Calanus finmarchicus ...


23. Krill abundance, vertical and horizontal distribution (MOCNESS system), April-June 2001-02, continental margin west of Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC. [krill_SO]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Samples ...


24. Neuston tows were made during 4 juvenile salmonid trawling cruises off coastal Oregon and California, 2000 and 2002. GLOBEC NEP Process Study [neuston_NEP]
Zooplankton sampling was conducted in conjunction with a juvenile salmonid trawling survey in years 2000 and 2002 off coastal Oregon and California. Sampling was conducted using a neuston net with ...


25. Organism counts from vertical plankton tows, 1997-2003, California Current System, Northeast Pacific GLOBEC Program [vpt_NEP]
Plankton populations were monitored at standard sections across the California Current System, years 1997 to 2003. Approximately 100 survey cruises were made to ...


26. Zooplankton abundance and population structures were assessed during April-September of 2001-2, Southern Ocean, GLOBEC [zooabund_nbp_SO]
Zooplankton abundance, vertical and horizontal distribution, and population structures were assessed in the area adjacent to the Antarctic Peninsula. Sampling was conducted ...


27. Zooplankton abundance, vertical and horizontal distribution (MOCNESS system), April-June 2001-02, continental margin west of Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC. [zooabund_lmg_SO]
Using a Multiple Opening and Closing Nets and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS), zooplankton samples were collected at selected depth intervals in the water column. Zooplankton ...


28. Zooplankton displacement volumes calculated from net tow sampling by the MOCNESS Plankton Tow System, Continental Margin Western Antarctic Peninsula, GLOBEC. [mocness_biovols_SO]
Zooplankton displacement volumes (biovolume) and dry weight calculations are derived from MOCNESS-1 plankton tow samples collected from 4 cruises to the Antarctic, 2001 and ...


29. Arctic Ocean Chuckchi Sea August 1953-1954 Zooplankton vertical stratified collections on board of the Russian R/V Lomonosov, program ANII A-65 [UAF_ArcticRussianplankton]
Zooplankton collections were made to investigate assess interannual changes in species composition, abundance and distribution of the zooplankton in the Chuckchi Sea, one of the biologically lesser ...


30. Data-driven, basin-scale, modelling of the abundance and demography of Calanus finmarchicus in the North Atlantic [GLOBEC_098_UK_018]   PARENT METADATA
This study is designed to elucidate the relationship between oceanic circulation and the abundance of Calanus finmarchicus over its whole North Atlantic range. Capitalising and extending on our successful ...


31. Determining Ciliate parameters for intra and inter-basin scale models [GLOBEC_102_UK_022]   PARENT METADATA
Title: Determining Ciliate parameters for intra and inter-basin scale models: abundance, biomass, cell size structure, biodiversity and production We consider microzooplankton in two main roles: ...


32. Environmental, nutritional and endocrine regulation of diapause in the calanoid copepod, Calanus finmarchicus [GLOBEC_106_UK_026]   PARENT METADATA
Diapause is a key feature of the life-cycle of many marine copepods and is thought to be regulated by a number of interacting factors that range from broad scale environmental cues, through to the ...


33. LIFECO: GIS and Spatial Data analysis [GLOBEC_095_LIFECO_009]   PARENT METADATA
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity with the ECOsystem dynamics of the North Sea and Skagerrak - importance to Fish stock recruitment The success ...


34. Long Term Plankton Surveys in the Baltic Sea by Estonia - Gulf of Finland [GLOBEC_007_BS_003]
Gulf of Finland Long Term Plankton Surveys 1963-1992 Fourteen stations, forming 3 transects, were sampled in May, August and October - November of 1963-1992. At each station sampling was done at ...


35. Long Term Zooplankton Surveys in the Baltic Sea by Estonia - Gulf of Riga [GLOBEC_006_BS_002]
Gulf of Riga a) Nine Stations in the NE Gulf of Riga were sampled between 4 and 9 times during May - June, 1957-1971. Sampling gear was a juday net (mesh 90um). Zooplankton were identified to species ...


36. Model-based assimilation methods for spatially-resolved zooplankton data [GLOBEC_057_UK_007]   PARENT METADATA
This project aims to develop a generically applicable, model-based data assimilation methodology for marine zooplankton populations. It will use North Atlantic hydrodynamic model output and an extensive ...


37. Modelling effects of zooplankton patchiness on the dynamics of plankton communities [GLOBEC_056_UK_006]   PARENT METADATA
This project investigates the importance of zooplankton patchiness on the dynamics of phytoplankton-zooplankton interactions in planktonic ecosystems. It will undertake an integrated series of modelling ...


38. Nutritional regulation of egg production of Calanus finmarchicus in the North Atlantic [GLOBEC_101_UK_021]   PARENT METADATA
The proposed work is a combination of two projects: (1) An examination of the role of food quality (C, N , fatty acids) in influencing egg production of Calanus finmarchicus, using ship-board experiments ...


39. TASC: The Role of Cross Shelf Exchange Processes in Controlling Seasonal Population Dynamics [GLOBEC_068_TASC_002]   PARENT METADATA
The primary objective of this subtask of the TASC programme, is to examine the role of NSDW in a) facilitation colonization of the temperate northeast Atlantic rim ecosystem by C. finmarchicus which ...


40. The role of Oithona spp. in the marine productivity of the North Atlantic basin [GLOBEC_100_UK_020]   PARENT METADATA
Oithona spp. is the most abundant copepod in many marine ecosystems including the North Atlantic. However, because of its small size, its ecology is not well known and its role in the ecosystem undetermined. ...


41. The user-friendly guide to coastal planktonic ciliates [GLOBEC_013_UK_001]
The User Friendly Key to UK Coastal Planktonic Ciliates Ciliates are an important component of the UK plankton, but are difficult to identify as present guides are inadequate. This study, funded ...


42. Trophic interactions of copepods - application of natural abundance of stable isotopes [GLOBEC_104_UK_024]   PARENT METADATA
Natural abundance isotope ratio (NAIR) signatures will be determined for components of the zooplankton food chain collected during Phase 2 Marine Productivity cruises in the North Atlantic. This will ...


43. Trophic transfer efficiencies in zooplankton [GLOBEC_054_UK_004]   PARENT METADATA
This dataset describes the Trophic transfer efficiencies in zooplankton. Please see the Parent DIF GLOBEC_020_UK_002 for additional information.


44. Barents Sea Plankton Data [GLOBEC_002_BS_001]
Barents Sea Plankton Data: 1952 - Present Day In the early 1950's, PINRO initiated annual plankton research expeditions. PINRO regularly conducted 3 surveys a year. To obtain good material on the ...


45. Effects of current systems in the North Atlantic Ocean and Norwegian Sea [GLOBEC_105_UK_025]
Title: Effects of current systems in the North Atlantic Ocean and Norwegian Sea on the genetic structure of Calanus finmarchicus populations Samples of Calanus finmarchicus will be collected ...


46. GLOBEC-Germany - Trophic interactions between Zooplankton and Fish under the influence of Physical Processes [GLOBEC_108_DE_001]
?Trophic Interactions between Zooplankton and Fish under the Influence of Physical Processes in the Baltic and North Sea (2002 ? 2007)? The international Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics (GLOBEC) ...


47. Size range and sex ratio of the amphipod Hyperiella dilatata taken by fish, caught in plankton nets and those associated with jellyfish [K012_1987_1988_NZ_3]
Aspects of the biology of the amphipod Hyperiella dilatata was investigated including comparisons of size range and sex ratio of individuals taken by the fish, and those caught in plankton nets, with ...


48. The distribution of zooplankton in McMurdo Sound - interannual variation, spatial variation and depth stratification [K014_1990_1991_NZ_1]
Building on previous studies of zooplankton distribution and abundance, a programme was planned to i) augment the interannual variability off Scott Base, ii) assess variability in surface waters on ...


49. The vertical distribution of zooplankton in the Cape Armitage area [K012_1987_1988_NZ_2]
The vertical distribution of zooplankton was determined in the Cape Armitage area. A large number of samples were taken by streaming plankton nets at a range of depths over the top 200m. These samples ...


50. The Role of non-phytoplankton food for zooplankton in the North Sea [GLOBEC_086_NETH_002]
The relationship between phyto- and zooplankton in the North Sea is characterized by an apparent mismatch in abundance. During the phytoplankton spring bloom, zooplankton abundance is low, however ...


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