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Semi-quantitative study of macrobenthic fauna in the region of the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula
Recovery of Ecteinascidia turbinata Herman 1880 (Ascidiacea: Perophoridae) populations after different levels of harvesting on a sustainable basis
Natural super(15)N/ super(14)N Abundance as Evidence for N sub(2) Fixation by Prochloron (Prochlorophyta) Endosymbiotic with Didemnid Ascidians
Variability at different spatial scales of a coralligenous assemblage at Giannutri Island (Tuscan Archipelago, northwest Mediterranean)
Does early development of the Chilean tunicate Pyura praeputialis (Heller, 1878) explain the restricted distribution of the species?
Benthic Epifauna Biomass and Abundance Data, Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) research cruise on the Norseman II, 9 August 2015 - 3 September 2015.
This dataset contains benthic epifauna biomass and abundance data collected in the Chukchi Sea, U.S. Arctic during the 9 August - 3 September 2015 Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) research cruise aboard the vessel Norseman II. The dataset contains two comma separated values (csv) files exported from Microsoft Excel. These data were generated from epifauna samples conducted using beam trawls during the research cruise. The data in the file named AMBON2015_epifauna_abundance_DWC.csv describes abundance per taxon of epibenthic invertebrates. The data in the file named AMBON2015_epifauna_biomass_DWC.csv describes biomass per taxon of epibenthic invertebrates. This dataset was transformed into a table...
Ecology of two introduced marine ascidians and their effects of epifaunal organisms in Long Island Sound
Structure and biodiversity of megabenthos in the Weddell and Lazarev seas (Antarctical: Ecological role of physical parameters and biological interactions
Modeling the effects of doliolids on the plankton community structure of the southeastern US continental shelf
Benthic Epifauna Biomass and Abundance Data, Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) research cruise, August 2017
Marine biodiversity is a key component of ocean health. Monitoring and understanding marine biodiversity is essential for our ability to forecast and respond to changes. The goal of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) project is to demonstrate and build an operational marine biodiversity observing network from microbes to whales, integrating diversity levels from genetic to organismal. AMBON field region is located on the Chukchi Sea continental shelf in the US Arctic as a region exposed to climatic changes and anthropogenic influences. This dataset contains biomass and abundance data collected in the Chukchi Sea during the August 2017 Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) research...