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Samples of the macrobenthic fauna of soft sediments were collected from around Svalbard during the 1991 Arctic EPOS cruise of RVPolarstern
This time series on species composition and biomass or abundance of macrozoobenthos in the Belt Sea and the Baltic proper provide data from 1979 till 2005 as part of the HELCOM monitoring
Dataset includes phytoplankton data collected during cruise 25 of R/V Skif (January 1990) in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean.
Phytoplankton data collected by the IBSS staff at diurnal stations in the Sukhumi region, Black Sea, in November 1948. This dataset contains abundance data (individuals per liter) for phytoplankton taxa. No additional metadata is available.
Dataset includes phytoplankton data collected during cruise 43 (February - April 1989) of R/V Dmitriy Mendeleev.
Phytoplankton data collected by the IBSS staff in deep waters of the halistatic region of the Black Sea in September 1948. This dataset contains abundance data (individuals per liter) for phytoplankton taxa. No additional metadata is available.
Dataset includes phytoplankton data collected during Second Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition (March-April 1998) on board of R/V Krenkel in the regions of South Orkney Islands, Drake Passage, Elephant Island and region of Ukrainian Antarctic Station.
The first “organized” and regular biological observations at the time series station C1 in the Gulf of Trieste, North Adriatic Sea, date back to the early 1970s and were initiated by the University of Trieste. A regular monthly sampling for hydrological, chemical as well as biological (phytoplankton and zooplankton in several size classes) analysis began later, in 1986. The time series station C1, initiated by the University of Trieste, was later taken care by the Laboratory of Marine Biology of Trieste after its formal institution in December 1979 and, since October 2005, by the Department of Biological Oceanography, now Division of Oceanography (OCE) of OGS, Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale of Trieste.
The dataset was collected in July 1996 for habitat mapping of they Bay of Puck
The Spatial Ecological Analysis of Marine Megavertebrate Populations (SEAMAP) initiative, a node of the Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS), has developed a digital database of geo-referenced marine mammal, seabird and sea turtle distribution and abundance data.