Collection Details

Phytoplankton samples - 2005/06 V3 BROKE-West

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Collection Details

Custodian
Andrew Davidson
Collection Acronym
PHYTO-BROKE-WEST
Description
The BROKE-West survey was conducted from 30 degrees E and 80 degrees E between January and March 2006. It consisted of 1 east-west transect at the northernmost limit of the survey between 60 degrees S and 62 degrees S between the 10 and 19 of January, followed by 11 meridional transects separated by 5 degrees of longitude and extending from approximately 62 degrees S to the Antarctic continental shelf between the 19 January and 3 March. This dataset details research undertaken to determine the identity, composition and abundance of protists in the survey area.
Domain
Marine
Taxa Groups
Phytoplankton,

List 59 taxa from this collection
Collection Status
Data collection complete
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Resource Code: - phyto_broke_west
Resource Name: - Phytoplankton samples - 2005/06 V3 BROKE-West
Keywords: - protists, autotrophs
Basis of Record: - Specimen

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Data Details

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Spatial Coverage
59° 47' 51.7" S to 69° 04' 42.6" S | -59.7977° to -69.0785°
29° 59' 54.6" E to 79° 59' 58.9" E | 29.9985° to 79.9997°
Date Range of Collection
24-Jan to 26-Feb-2006
Data collected from the following voyage(s)
VoyageObservation countSearch
2005/06 V3 BROKE-West (details) 1386 search
Metadata
BROKE-West_ASAC_40_AA0506V3 - The role of Antarctic marine protists in trophodynamics and global change and the impact of UV-B on these organisms - Voyage 3, BROKE-West, Aurora Australis 2005/2006 samples
BROKE-West_Protists - Identity, composition and abundance of protists on the BROKE-West voyage