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  1. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Fulton's K condition index of juvenile Baltic cod < 16 cm from the first quarter of the year (Figure 10)

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  2. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Observed depth distribution of settled eastern Baltic cod juveniles

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  3. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Annually averaged available and occupied juvenile cod habitat and annually averaged number of virtual drifters representing successfully settled Baltic cod juveniles (survivors) (Figures 4-7)

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  4. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Frequency of available juvenile cod habitat (Fig. 3) and distribution of virtual drifters (Fig. 8)

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  5. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Normalized annually averaged virtual drifters representing successfully settled Baltic cod juveniles in the Bornholm Basin (ICES SD 25) for different required oxygen saturation levels (50, 60, 70%).

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  6. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Mean distances of Baltic cod juvenile settlement locations (initially released at the same positions but different release depth) relative to initial release depth (26.25m)

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  7. BSIOM model results for the period 1971-2010: Horizontal distribution of virtual drifters (1991-2010) representing successfully settled Baltic cod juveniles hatched in different ICES subdivisions in the central and eastern Baltic Sea

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  8. Monthly time series of oxygen content in the depth layer between 0 and 41m in the Bornholm Basin from the ICES Oceanographic data and produced by the BSIOM oceanographic model

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald

  9. Physical oceanography from glider mission IFM02_depl12

    Krahmann, Gerd

  10. Physical oceanography (XBT) during Sarmiento de Gamboa cruise MEDOC-2010

    Krahmann, Gerd

  11. Spatio-temporal dynamics of cod nursery areas in the Baltic Sea

    Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald; von Dewitz, Burkhard; Lehmann, Andreas; Bergström, Ulf; Hüssy, Karin
    In this study the drift of eastern Baltic cod larvae and juveniles spawned within the historical eastern Baltic cod spawning grounds was investigated by detailed drift model simulations for the years 1971 to 2010, to examine the spatio-temporal dynamics of environmental suitability in the nursery areas of juvenile cod settlement. The results of the long-term model scenario runs, where juvenile cod were treated as simulated passively drifting particles, enabled us to find strong indications for long-term variations of settlement and potentially the reproduction success of the historically important eastern Baltic cod nursery grounds. Only low proportions of juveniles hatched in...

  12. How internal waves in the Tyrrhenian Sea affect meso-scale eddies and thermohaline staircases - insights from seismic oceanography

    Buffet, G; Krahmann, Gerd; Klaeschen, Dirk; Schroeder, Karin; Sallarès, C; Papenberg, Cord; Ranero, César; Zitellini, N

  13. Swath sonar multibeam EM122 bathymetry during SONNE cruise SO243 with links to raw data files

    Marandino, Christa A

  14. Raw multibeam EM122 data: transits of METEOR cruise M132 (South Atlantic)

    Jochumsen, Kerstin; Wölfl, Anne-Cathrin

  15. Source code for the Compact Morphology-based Nodule Delineation (CoMoNoD) algorithm

    Schoening, Timm
    This is the demonstration code for the "Compact Morphology-based Nodule Delineation" (CoMoNoD) algorithm. CoMoNoD is a rapid method to delineate poly-metallic (or manganese) nodules from vertical benthic images. The paper describing the algorithm is currently under review. This algorithm makes extensive use of the OpenCV library for image processing and uses NVIDIA CUDA for computational speedup.

  16. Simulation of leatherback turtle hatchling dispersion patterns in the Gulf of Guinea

    Scott, Rebecca; Biastoch, Arne; Agamboue, Pierre D; Bayer, Till; Boussamba, Francois L; Formia, Angela; Godley, Brendan J; Mabert, Brice D K; Manfoumbi, Jean C; Schwarzkopf, Franziska; Sounguet, Guy-Philippe; Wagner, Patrick; Witt, Matthew J
    This data set describes the location of virtual floats representing turtle hatchlings throughout 60 modeled years. Floats were constrained to remain within depths of 0-6 m due to the positive buoyancy of hatchlings. Floats were first assigned to one of 20,000 random release locations within a large release area 125-400 km offshore from nesting beaches throughout the Republic/Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea spanning latitudes of c. 6°S to 3.5°N. For each month over the 4-month long hatching season (January-April), each of the 20,000 floats was assigned a random release day and drift simulations ran every year...

  17. Stomach content data of the orangeback squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus from samples of METEOR cruises M116, M119 and Maria S. Merian cruise MSM49

    Merten, Veronique

  18. Stable isotope data of the orangeback squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus from samples of Maria S. Merian cruise MSM49

    Merten, Veronique

  19. Stomach content and stable isotope data of the orangeback squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus from samples of METEOR cruises M116, M119 and Maria S. Merian cruise MSM49

    Merten, Veronique
    In the eastern tropical Atlantic, the orangeback flying squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus (Steenstrup 1855) (Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae) is a dominant species of the epipelagic nekton community. This squid is a short-living carnivore and one of the fastest-growing squids. Its trophic ecology is poorly understood. We characterise the role of S. pteropus in the pelagic food web of the eastern tropical Atlantic by investigating its diet and the dynamics of its feeding habits during ontogeny and migration. During three expeditions in the eastern tropical Atlantic in 2015, 129 specimens were caught by hand jigging. Stomach content analysis (via visual identification and DNA barcoding) was...

  20. Experiment on occurrence of S-postures of Atlantic herring larvae (Clupea harengus L.)

    Maneja, Rommel H; Clemmesen, Catriona

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