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Datasets of project "European Project on Ocean Acidification"

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  1. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Cladocora caespitosa as well as Balanophyllia europaea net calcification and linear growth during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  2. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Cladocora caespitosa gross calcification during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  3. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Balanophyllia europaea gross calcification during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  4. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Mytilus galloprovincialis linear growth and shell periostracum coverage during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  5. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Mytilus galloprovincialis linear growth and shell periostracum coverage during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  6. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Mytilus galloprovincialis linear growth and shell periostracum coverage during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  7. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Mytilus galloprovincialis linear growth and shell periostracum coverage during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  8. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Mytilus galloprovincialis gross calcification during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  9. Seawater carbonate chemistry and Patella caerulea gross calcification during experiments, 2011

    Rodolfo-Metalpa, Riccardo; Houlbrèque, Fanny; Tambutté, Eric; Boisson, Florence; Baggini, Cecilia; Patti, F P; Jeffree, Ross; Fine, M; Foggo, A; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Hall-Spencer, Jason M

  10. Li/Mg (Li/Mg-T°C calibration curve) and B-isotopes for modern deep-sea corals, 2012

    Douville, Eric

  11. Li/Mg (Li/Mg-T°C calibration curve) and B-isotopes for modern deep-sea corals, 2012

    Douville, Eric

  12. Boron isotopes, trace elements and pH calculation for Norwegian deep sea coral specimen Madrepora o. (1968-2007), 2012

    Douville, Eric
    d11B and trace results obtained for a deep sea coral specimen Madrepora oculata collected from the Norwegian Sea (67°N, 9°E, 340 m) during the RV Polarstern ARK/II/Ia cruise (2007). Such coral specimen grew during the last four decades (1968-2007) and geochemical results highligh a seawater pH decrease with an order of magnitude in good agreement with an ocean acidification rate today known. This pH record is strongly impacted by inter-decadal change of ocean dynamic (NAO) and productivity. pHT calculation parameters (Hönisch et al., 2007): a=5; a=0.9804, d11B=39.5 PER MIL, Li/Mg temperature, salinity=35.1, pKB from Dickson (1990).

  13. Boron isotopes, trace elements and pH calculation for Norwegian deep sea coral specimen Madrepora o. (1968-2007), 2012

    Douville, Eric
    d11B and trace results obtained for a deep sea coral specimen Madrepora oculata collected from the Norwegian Sea (67°N, 9°E, 340 m) during the RV Polarstern ARK/II/Ia cruise (2007). Such coral specimen grew during the last four decades (1968-2007) and geochemical results highligh a seawater pH decrease with an order of magnitude in good agreement with an ocean acidification rate today known. This pH record is strongly impacted by inter-decadal change of ocean dynamic (NAO) and productivity. pHT calculation parameters (Hönisch et al., 2007): a=5; a=0.9804, d11B=39.5 PER MIL, Li/Mg temperature, salinity=35.1, pKB from Dickson (1990).

  14. Boron isotopes, pH and pCO2 calculation for one Fiji coral specimen Porites (1898-1998), 2012

    Douville, Eric
    delta11B results and deduced pH, pCO2 and omega values obtained for a tropical coral specimen Porites collected in 1998 at Yasawa (16°48'S- 177°27'E) on the western side of the Fiji archipelago, location in the north western part of the Pacific Warm Pool. Such Porites specimen grew during the XXth century (1898-1998). Boron isotopes results allowed the reconstruction of surface ocean acidification in the vincinity of Fiji Islands with strong interdecadal influence of the ENSO at regional scale. pHT calculation parameters (Hönisch et al., 2007): a=0 PER MIL; alpha=0.9804; delta11B=39.5 PER MIL; salinity=35.02; pKB from Dickson (1990). pCO2 and omega calculation...

  15. Boron isotopes, pH and pCO2 calculation for one Fiji coral specimen Porites (1898-1998), 2012

    Douville, Eric
    delta11B results and deduced pH, pCO2 and omega values obtained for a tropical coral specimen Porites collected in 1998 at Yasawa (16°48'S- 177°27'E) on the western side of the Fiji archipelago, location in the north western part of the Pacific Warm Pool. Such Porites specimen grew during the XXth century (1898-1998). Boron isotopes results allowed the reconstruction of surface ocean acidification in the vincinity of Fiji Islands with strong interdecadal influence of the ENSO at regional scale. pHT calculation parameters (Hönisch et al., 2007): a=0 PER MIL; alpha=0.9804; delta11B=39.5 PER MIL; salinity=35.02; pKB from Dickson (1990). pCO2 and omega calculation...

  16. Svalbard 2010 mesocosm experiment: Protistan diversity

    de Vargas, Colomban

  17. Seawater carbonate chemistry and fish Amphiprion percula behaviour during experiments, 2012

    Nilsson, Göran E; Dixson, Danielle L; Domenici, Paolo; McCormick, Mark I; Sorensen, Christina; Watson, Sue-Ann; Munday, Philip L
    Predicted future CO2 levels have been found to alter sensory responses and behaviour of marine fishes. Changes include increased boldness and activity, loss of behavioural lateralization, altered auditory preferences and impaired olfactory function. Impaired olfactory function makes larval fish attracted to odours they normally avoid, including ones from predators and unfavourable habitats. These behavioural alterations have significant effects on mortality that may have far-reaching implications for population replenishment, community structure and ecosystem function. However, the underlying mechanism linking high CO2 to these diverse responses has been unknown. Here we show that abnormal olfactory preferences and loss of behavioural lateralization exhibited...

  18. Seawater carbonate chemistry and fish Amphiprion percula behaviour during experiments, 2012

    Nilsson, Göran E; Dixson, Danielle L; Domenici, Paolo; McCormick, Mark I; Sorensen, Christina; Watson, Sue-Ann; Munday, Philip L
    Predicted future CO2 levels have been found to alter sensory responses and behaviour of marine fishes. Changes include increased boldness and activity, loss of behavioural lateralization, altered auditory preferences and impaired olfactory function. Impaired olfactory function makes larval fish attracted to odours they normally avoid, including ones from predators and unfavourable habitats. These behavioural alterations have significant effects on mortality that may have far-reaching implications for population replenishment, community structure and ecosystem function. However, the underlying mechanism linking high CO2 to these diverse responses has been unknown. Here we show that abnormal olfactory preferences and loss of behavioural lateralization exhibited...

  19. Seawater carbonate chemistry and fish Amphiprion percula behaviour during experiments, 2012

    Nilsson, Göran E; Dixson, Danielle L; Domenici, Paolo; McCormick, Mark I; Sorensen, Christina; Watson, Sue-Ann; Munday, Philip L
    Predicted future CO2 levels have been found to alter sensory responses and behaviour of marine fishes. Changes include increased boldness and activity, loss of behavioural lateralization, altered auditory preferences and impaired olfactory function. Impaired olfactory function makes larval fish attracted to odours they normally avoid, including ones from predators and unfavourable habitats. These behavioural alterations have significant effects on mortality that may have far-reaching implications for population replenishment, community structure and ecosystem function. However, the underlying mechanism linking high CO2 to these diverse responses has been unknown. Here we show that abnormal olfactory preferences and loss of behavioural lateralization exhibited...

  20. Seawater carbonate chemistry and fish Amphiprion percula behaviour during experiments, 2012

    Nilsson, Göran E; Dixson, Danielle L; Domenici, Paolo; McCormick, Mark I; Sorensen, Christina; Watson, Sue-Ann; Munday, Philip L
    Predicted future CO2 levels have been found to alter sensory responses and behaviour of marine fishes. Changes include increased boldness and activity, loss of behavioural lateralization, altered auditory preferences and impaired olfactory function. Impaired olfactory function makes larval fish attracted to odours they normally avoid, including ones from predators and unfavourable habitats. These behavioural alterations have significant effects on mortality that may have far-reaching implications for population replenishment, community structure and ecosystem function. However, the underlying mechanism linking high CO2 to these diverse responses has been unknown. Here we show that abnormal olfactory preferences and loss of behavioural lateralization exhibited...

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