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  1. Abundance of bacteria and virus during the METEOR cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception that bacteria are carbon limited by end of winter and respond in activity and abundance to the production of new carbon during the diatom spring bloom and post bloom. Contrary to this view, we here document an strong increase in bacterial abundance and activity (latter measured by increasing high nuclei acid (HNA) to low nuclei acid (LNA) bacteria ratio) during the winter-spring transition, where phytoplankton smaller than 10 µm dominate. Further DNA-virus were enumerated and revealed the virus to bacteria ratio (VBR) to be decreasing during winter-spring transition, indicating that...

  2. Abundance of bacteria and virus during the METEOR cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception that bacteria are carbon limited by end of winter and respond in activity and abundance to the production of new carbon during the diatom spring bloom and post bloom. Contrary to this view, we here document an strong increase in bacterial abundance and activity (latter measured by increasing high nuclei acid (HNA) to low nuclei acid (LNA) bacteria ratio) during the winter-spring transition, where phytoplankton smaller than 10 µm dominate. Further DNA-virus were enumerated and revealed the virus to bacteria ratio (VBR) to be decreasing during winter-spring transition, indicating that...

  3. Abundance of bacteria and virus during the METEOR cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception that bacteria are carbon limited by end of winter and respond in activity and abundance to the production of new carbon during the diatom spring bloom and post bloom. Contrary to this view, we here document an strong increase in bacterial abundance and activity (latter measured by increasing high nuclei acid (HNA) to low nuclei acid (LNA) bacteria ratio) during the winter-spring transition, where phytoplankton smaller than 10 µm dominate. Further DNA-virus were enumerated and revealed the virus to bacteria ratio (VBR) to be decreasing during winter-spring transition, indicating that...

  4. Abundance of pico- and nanophytoplankton during the Meteor cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception is that diatoms initiate the spring bloom and thereby mark the beginning of the productive season. Contrary to this view, here we document an pre-bloom of pico- and nanophytoplankton prior to the diatom bloom; a period with excess nutrients and deep convection of the water column. During repeated visits to stations in the deep Icelandic and the Norwegian Basins and the shallow Shetland Shelf (26 March to 29 April 2012), we investigated the succession and dynamics of <10 µm phytoplankton. Water samples were collected from CTD rosette 10 L Niskin...

  5. Abundance of pico- and nanophytoplankton during the Meteor cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception is that diatoms initiate the spring bloom and thereby mark the beginning of the productive season. Contrary to this view, here we document an pre-bloom of pico- and nanophytoplankton prior to the diatom bloom; a period with excess nutrients and deep convection of the water column. During repeated visits to stations in the deep Icelandic and the Norwegian Basins and the shallow Shetland Shelf (26 March to 29 April 2012), we investigated the succession and dynamics of <10 µm phytoplankton. Water samples were collected from CTD rosette 10 L Niskin...

  6. Abundance of pico- and nanophytoplankton during the Meteor cruise M87/1

    Paulsen, Maria Lund; Riisgaard, Karen; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel
    In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception is that diatoms initiate the spring bloom and thereby mark the beginning of the productive season. Contrary to this view, here we document an pre-bloom of pico- and nanophytoplankton prior to the diatom bloom; a period with excess nutrients and deep convection of the water column. During repeated visits to stations in the deep Icelandic and the Norwegian Basins and the shallow Shetland Shelf (26 March to 29 April 2012), we investigated the succession and dynamics of <10 µm phytoplankton. Water samples were collected from CTD rosette 10 L Niskin...

  7. Ex situ respiration rates measured in water column samples during the James Cook cruise JC087 in June 2013

    Lindemann, Christian
    Oxygen concentration and rate of change of oxygen were measured using the Unisense Oxygen Microsensor System. Water from different depth was taken from CTD attached niskin bottle. Measurements were conducted in 2 ml vials provided by Unisense and lasted for a minimum of two minutes after a stable rate was achieved. The sampling interval was 6 seconds. Transport containers, tubes and vials for measurements were covered with light proof black foil for dark-measurements.

  8. Ex situ respiration rates measured in water column samples during the James Cook cruise JC087 in June 2013

    Lindemann, Christian
    Oxygen concentration and rate of change of oxygen were measured using the Unisense Oxygen Microsensor System. Water from different depth was taken from CTD attached niskin bottle. Measurements were conducted in 2 ml vials provided by Unisense and lasted for a minimum of two minutes after a stable rate was achieved. The sampling interval was 6 seconds. Transport containers, tubes and vials for measurements were covered with light proof black foil for dark-measurements.

  9. Ex situ respiration rates measured in water column samples during the METEOR cruise M87/1 in April 2012

    Lindemann, Christian
    Oxygen concentration and rate of change of oxygen were measured using the Unisense Oxygen Microsensor System. Water from different depth was taken from CTD attached niskin bottle. Measurements were conducted in 2 ml vials provided by Unisense and lasted for a minimum of two minutes after a stable rate was achieved. The sampling interval was 6 seconds. Transport containers, tubes and vials for measurements were covered with light proof black foil for dark-measurements. Measurements labeled "unfiltered" were passed through a 200 µm sieve in order to remove potential biases stemming from individual meso-zooplankton. Measurements labeled "filtered" were passed through a...

  10. Ex situ respiration rates measured in water column samples during the METEOR cruise M87/1 in April 2012

    Lindemann, Christian
    Oxygen concentration and rate of change of oxygen were measured using the Unisense Oxygen Microsensor System. Water from different depth was taken from CTD attached niskin bottle. Measurements were conducted in 2 ml vials provided by Unisense and lasted for a minimum of two minutes after a stable rate was achieved. The sampling interval was 6 seconds. Transport containers, tubes and vials for measurements were covered with light proof black foil for dark-measurements. Measurements labeled "unfiltered" were passed through a 200 µm sieve in order to remove potential biases stemming from individual meso-zooplankton. Measurements labeled "filtered" were passed through a...

  11. Stable C and N isotopes and percent C as well as N composition of plankton from the North Atlantic

    Bode, Antonio; Agersted, Mette Dalgaard; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel; Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa; Petursdottir, Hildur; Gislason, Astthor
    Elemental C and N percent composition and natural abundance of stable C and N isotopes of plankton species and/or size-fractions collected in several cruises on the N Atlantic Ocean from Greenland to Norway and around Iceland. Determinations included key copepod and krill species. Lipid extraction was performed in some samples to determine carbón isotope depletion factors.

  12. Stable C and N isotopes and percent C as well as N composition of plankton from the North Atlantic

    Bode, Antonio; Agersted, Mette Dalgaard; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel; Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa; Petursdottir, Hildur; Gislason, Astthor
    Elemental C and N percent composition and natural abundance of stable C and N isotopes of plankton species and/or size-fractions collected in several cruises on the N Atlantic Ocean from Greenland to Norway and around Iceland. Determinations included key copepod and krill species. Lipid extraction was performed in some samples to determine carbón isotope depletion factors.

  13. Stable C and N isotopes and percent C as well as N composition of plankton from the North Atlantic

    Bode, Antonio; Agersted, Mette Dalgaard; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel; Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa; Petursdottir, Hildur; Gislason, Astthor
    Elemental C and N percent composition and natural abundance of stable C and N isotopes of plankton species and/or size-fractions collected in several cruises on the N Atlantic Ocean from Greenland to Norway and around Iceland. Determinations included key copepod and krill species. Lipid extraction was performed in some samples to determine carbón isotope depletion factors.

  14. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_676-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  15. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_676-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  16. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_676-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  17. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_701-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  18. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_701-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  19. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_701-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

  20. Zooplankton abundance and size structure in the North Atlantic from M87/1_699-1

    Basedow, Sünnje Linnéa
    Data on zooplankton abundance and biovolume were collected in concert with data on the biophysical environment during the development of the phytoplankton spring bloom at 4 stations in the North Atlantic. Station 1 in the Icelandic Basin was visited four times (26 March, 8 April, 18 April, 27 April), Station 2 in the southern Norwegian Sea was visited three times (30 March, 13 April, 23 April), Station 3 in the North Sea was visited twice (2 April, 15 April) and one intermediate station was visited once. The data were sampled by a Laser Optical Plankton Counter (LOPC, Rolls Royce Canada...

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