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CTD profile measurements collected off California and Oregon during NOAA cruise RL-19-05 (USGS field activity 2019-672-FA) from October to November 2019
CTD (Conductivity Temperature Depth) data were collected offshore of California and Oregon from October to November 2019 during NOAA cruise RL-19-05 (USGS field activity 2019-672-FA). This data release supersedes version 1.0, published in August 2020 at https://doi.org/10.5066/P9ZS1JX8. Versioning details are documented in the accompanying VersionHistory_P9JKYWQU.txt file.
Effect of redox processes on the partitioning of Cd, Pb, Cu, and Mn between dissolved and particulate phases in the Baltic Sea
Physical, chemical and biological data: CalCOFI Cruise 9702 29 January - 15 February 1997, CalCOFI Cruise 9704 2 - 20 April 1997
Origin, chemistry and flow of formation waters in the Mississippian-Jurassic sedimentary succession in the west-central part of the Alberta Basin, Canada
CTD (Conductivity Temperature Depth) data collected October-November 2019 offshore of California and Oregon
CTD (Conductivity Temperature Depth) data were collected October-November 2019 offshore of California and Oregon as part of the ongoing EXPRESS: Expanding Pacific Research and Exploration of Submerged Systems project. The data were collected using an SBE 49 FastCAT V 1.2a CTD profiler attached to the “Yogi” ROV launched from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) R/V Reuben Lasker (NOAA cruise R-19-05).
Temporal variations in heterotrophic mesophilic bacteria from a marine shallow hydrothermal vent off the Island of Vulcano (Eolian Islands, Italy)
H sub(2)O sub(2) accumulation from photochemical production and atmospheric wet deposition in Antarctic coastal and off-shore waters of Potter Cove, King George Island, South Shetland Islands
Annual uptake of atmospheric CO sub(2) by the Weddell Sea derived from a surface layer balance, including estimations of entrainment and new production
Improved Method for Calculating Anthropogenic CO sub(2) in the Upper Layer of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre along 175 degree
Results of radiocarbon dating of deep-sea (500 m to 700 m) black corals are presented. These corals were collected off the southeastern United States as part of the Southeastern United States Deep-Sea Corals (SEADESC) Initiative.