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  1. Raw multibeam E122 data: transits of Meteor cruise M136 (Tropical South Pacific)

    Dengler, Marcus; Wölfl, Anne-Cathrin

  2. Seafloor images and raw context data along AUV track SO241/1_25-1_AUV03 (Abyss_189) during SONNE cruise SO242/1

    Greinert, Jens; Schoening, Timm; Köser, Kevin; Rothenbeck, Marcel
    The raw images (available on request) have been captured using a Canon 8-15mm fisheye lens and therefore they have a wide field of view, which results in a dark image boundary as the lights did not illuminate the outer sectors well. The images in this dataset have then been undistorted to virtual images that an ideal perspective camera with only 90 degrees horizontal field of view would have seen from the same position. To achieve this, the color of each pixel in the ideal image is obtained by - computing the ray in space associated with this virtual pixel (using rectilinear...

  3. Physical oceanography (CTD) during Meteor cruise M22/3

    Krahmann, Gerd; Müller, Thomas J

  4. Physical oceanography (CTD) during Meteor cruise M22/3

    Krahmann, Gerd; Müller, Thomas J

  5. Physical oceanography (CTD) during Meteor cruise M22/3

    Müller, Thomas J; Krahmann, Gerd

  6. Raw multibeam E122 data: transits of Meteor cruise M130 (Tropical Atlantic)

    Dengler, Marcus; Wölfl, Anne-Cathrin

  7. Raw multibeam E122 data: transits of Meteor cruise M139 (Tropical Atlantic)

    Augustin, Nico; Wölfl, Anne-Cathrin

  8. Raw multibeam E122 data: transits of Meteor cruise M139 (Tropical Atlantic)

    Augustin, Nico; Wölfl, Anne-Cathrin

  9. Raw transect data on hamlet abundances at reefs of La Parguera (Puerto Rico) in March 2017

    Hench, Kosmas; McMillan, W O; Betancur-R, R; Puebla, Oscar
    The data sheet contains the individual counts of seven hamlet species (Hypoplectrus spp.) observed within transects at Puerto Rican coral reefs. The data is based on a series of SCUBA based transects conducted during March 2017. Each row contains the hamlet counts of a single 400 m² transect.

  10. Manipulation experiment on phytoplankton diversity, species composition and biomass

    Engel, Friederike G; Lewandowska, Aleksandra M; Eggers, Sarah L; Matthiessen, Birte
    Ecological research in recent decades revealed that species loss has a predominantly negative effect on ecosystem functioning and stability. Most of these studies were based on random species loss scenarios, but extinctions in nature are not random. Recent experimental studies using macroscopic communities largely advanced knowledge about the effects of non-random species loss. However, in microscopic communities like the phytoplankton, implementing realistic species loss scenarios is challenging and experimental data are scarce. Creating more realistic experiments to study the role of phytoplankton diversity for ecosystem functioning is particularly important, as they provide up to 50% of global primary productivity, form...

  11. Underway measurements for 2-day upwelling front experiment during METEOR cruise M93

    Köhn, Eike; Thomsen, Soeren; Arévalo-Martínez, Damian L; Kanzow, Torsten

  12. Long-term mesocosm study in Gullmar Fjord Sweden in 2013

    Boxhammer, Tim; Algueró-Muñiz, Maria; Anderson, Leif G; Bach, Lennart Thomas; Bellworthy, Jessica; Esposito, Mario; Haunost, Mathias; Hellemann, Dana; Ludwig, Andrea; Taucher, Jan; Yong, Jaw C; Zark, Maren
    The present biogeochemical parameters were measured or calculated during a long-term mesocosm CO2 perturbation study in Gullmar Fjord (Sweden) in 2013. The natural plankton community was enclosed in ten pelagic mesocosms following the natural winter-to-summer plankton succession. Five of the mesocosms were enriched with CO2 to simulate end-of the century ocean acidification (760 µatm) while the others served as controls. The data set was used for mass balance calculations to investigate the impact of realistic end-of-the-century CO2 concentrations on the development and partitioning of the carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica pools in a coastal pelagic ecosystem.

  13. Long-term mesocosm study in Gullmar Fjord Sweden in 2013

    Boxhammer, Tim; Algueró-Muñiz, Maria; Anderson, Leif G; Bach, Lennart Thomas; Bellworthy, Jessica; Esposito, Mario; Haunost, Mathias; Hellemann, Dana; Ludwig, Andrea; Taucher, Jan; Yong, Jaw C; Zark, Maren
    The present biogeochemical parameters were measured or calculated in 2013 during a long-term mesocosm CO2 perturbation study in Gullmar Fjord (Sweden). The natural plankton community was enclosed in ten pelagic mesocosms following the natural winter-to-summer plankton succession. Five of the mesocosms were enriched with CO2 to simulate end-of the century ocean acidification (760 µatm) while the others served as controls. The data set was used for mass balance calculations to investigate the impact of realistic end-of-the-century CO2 concentrations on the development and partitioning of the carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica pools in a coastal pelagic ecosystem.

  14. Long-term mesocosm study in Gullmar Fjord Sweden in 2013

    Boxhammer, Tim; Algueró-Muñiz, Maria; Anderson, Leif G; Bach, Lennart Thomas; Bellworthy, Jessica; Esposito, Mario; Haunost, Mathias; Hellemann, Dana; Ludwig, Andrea; Taucher, Jan; Yong, Jaw C; Zark, Maren
    The present biogeochemical parameters were measured or calculated in 2013 during a long-term mesocosm CO2 perturbation study in Gullmar Fjord (Sweden). The natural plankton community was enclosed in ten pelagic mesocosms following the natural winter-to-summer plankton succession. Five of the mesocosms were enriched with CO2 to simulate end-of the century ocean acidification (760 µatm) while the others served as controls. The data set was used for mass balance calculations to investigate the impact of realistic end-of-the-century CO2 concentrations on the development and partitioning of the carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica pools in a coastal pelagic ecosystem.

  15. Seismic Data from MEDOC-2010 cruise

    Klaeschen, Dirk

  16. Seismic Data from MEDOC-2010 cruise

    Klaeschen, Dirk

  17. Seismic Data from MEDOC-2010 cruise

    Klaeschen, Dirk

  18. Physical oceanography during L'Atalante cruise MOVE2005 (ATA_MOVE_2005)

    Krahmann, Gerd; Send, Uwe

  19. Physical oceanography during L'Atalante cruise MOVE2005 (ATA_MOVE_2005)

    Krahmann, Gerd; Send, Uwe

  20. Fig. S5a - Egg diameter of F1 dams.

    Thomsen, Jörn; Stapp, Laura; Haynert, Kristin; Schade, Hanna; Danelli, Maria; Lannig, Gisela; Wegner, K Mathias; Melzner, Frank

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