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Effects of temperature and ocean acidification on shell characteristics of Argopecten purpuratus: implications for scallop aquaculture in an upwelling-influenced area, supplement to: Lagos, Nelson A; Benítez, Samanta; Duarte, Cristian; Lardies, Marco A; Broitman, Bernardo R; Tapia, Christian; Tapia, Pamela; Widdicombe, Steve; Vargas, Cristian A (2016): Effects of temperature and ocean acidification on shell characteristics of Argopecten purpuratus: implications for scallop aquaculture in an upwelling-influenced area. Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 8, 357-370

Nelson A Lagos, Samanta Benítez, Cristian Duarte, Marco A Lardies, Bernardo R Broitman, Christian Tapia, Pamela Tapia, Steve Widdicombe & Cristian A Vargas
Coastal upwelling regions already constitute hot spots of ocean acidification as naturally acidified waters are brought to the surface. This effect could be exacerbated by ocean acidification and warming, both caused by rising concentrations of atmospheric CO2. Along the Chilean coast, upwelling supports highly productive fisheries and aquaculture activities. However, during recent years, there has been a documented decline in the national production of the native scallop Argopecten purpuratus. We assessed the combined effects of...

Radiosonde PS103_39371 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-05 06:25h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 8077 m, precipitable water content 0.5283 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39403 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-27 10:53h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 8754 m, precipitable water content 1.5333 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39388 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-15 10:52h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9537 m, precipitable water content 0.6953 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39396 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-22 06:20h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9017 m, precipitable water content 0.8692 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39405 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-29 08:17h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9406 m, precipitable water content 1.2284 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39406 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-29 11:04h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9428 m, precipitable water content 1.3391 cm

Radiosonde PS103_39408 during POLARSTERN cruise PS103 (ANT-XXXII/2) on 2017-01-31 10:58h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 9028 m, precipitable water content 0.9302 cm

Stable isotope ratios of C. wuellerstorfi on sediment core GIK11944-1

Kyaw Winn
Data measured 1992 with the CARBO KIEL Mass Spectrometer Finnigan MAT 251, C-14 Laboratory, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany.

Age model of Sediment core GIK16415-1

Kyaw Winn

(Table 1) Visual core description and grain size analysis from different Holes of IODP Site 339, supplement to: Nishida, Naohisa (2016): Microstructure of muddy contourites from the Gulf of Cádiz. Marine Geology, 377, 110-117

Naohisa Nishida
In deep-sea sediments, contourites deposited from bottom currents mainly along slopes are associated with hemipelagites, pelagites, and sediment gravity-flow deposits. The major sedimentary facies of contourites are characterized by bioturbation and mottling and bigradational grading. However, it is difficult to discriminate muddy contourites from hemipelagites by using only these features of the lithofacies, particularly in core samples. Therefore, the present study focused on microstructure as an additional potentially diagnostic characteristic for identifying muddy contourites. Microstructures...

Physical oceanography at CTD station PotterCove_A3 in 2011

Dolores Deregibus, Maria Liliana Quartino, Gabriela L Campana, Fernando Momo, Christian Wiencke & Katharina Zacher

Physical oceanography at CTD station PotterCove_A3 in 2013

Dolores Deregibus, Maria Liliana Quartino, Gabriela L Campana, Fernando Momo, Christian Wiencke & Katharina Zacher

Physical oceanography at CTD station PotterCove_A5 in 2012

Dolores Deregibus, Maria Liliana Quartino, Gabriela L Campana, Fernando Momo, Christian Wiencke & Katharina Zacher

Picoheterotrophs in the Northeast Pacific

Evelyn B Sherr, Barry F Sherr & Krista Longnecker

Picoheterotrophs in the Hawaiian Islands of the North Atlantic Ocean

David Michael Karl

Radiosonde PS102_39227 during POLARSTERN cruise PS102 (ANT-XXXII/1) on 2016-11-27 10:54h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 17411 m, precipitable water content 5.8861 cm

Meteorological observations during POLARSTERN cruise PS102 (ANT-XXXII/1)

Gert König-Langlo

Radiosonde PS102_39219 during POLARSTERN cruise PS102 (ANT-XXXII/1) on 2016-11-17 10:59h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 15776 m, precipitable water content 2.0746 cm

Radiosonde PS102_39236 during POLARSTERN cruise PS102 (ANT-XXXII/1) on 2016-12-06 11:01h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 16664 m, precipitable water content 3.3154 cm

Radiosonde PS102_39239 during POLARSTERN cruise PS102 (ANT-XXXII/1) on 2016-12-09 10:54h

Gert König-Langlo
Height of tropopause 16682 m, precipitable water content 3.7845 cm

Ocean acidification and increased temperature have both positive and negative effects on early ontogenetic traits of a rocky shore keystone predator species

Patricio H Manríquez, María Elisa Jara, Mylene E Seguel, Rodrigo Torres, Emilio Alarcon, Matthew R Lee & H G Dam
The combined effect of ocean acidification and warming is expected to have significant effects on several traits of marine organisms. The gastropod Concholepas concholepas is a rocky shore keystone predator characteristic of the south-eastern Pacific coast of South America and an important natural resource exploited by small-scale artisanal fishermen along the coast of Chile and Peru. In this study, we used small juveniles of C. concholepas collected from the rocky intertidal habitats of southern Chile...

Slow shell building, a possible trait for resistance to the effects of acute ocean acidification, supplement to: Waldbusser, George G; Gray, Matthew W; Hales, Burke; Langdon, Chris; Haley, Brian A; Gimenez, Iria; Smith, Stephanie R; Brunner, Elizabeth L; Hutchinson, Greg (2016): Slow shell building, a possible trait for resistance to the effects of acute ocean acidification. Limnology and Oceanography, 61(6), 1969-1983

George G Waldbusser, Matthew W Gray, Burke Hales, Chris Langdon, Brian A Haley, Iria Gimenez, Stephanie R Smith, Elizabeth L Brunner & Greg Hutchinson
Increasing anthropogenic carbon dioxide is altering marine carbonate chemistry through a process called ocean acidification. Many calcium carbonate forming organisms are sensitive to changes in marine carbonate chemistry, especially mollusk bivalve larvae at the initial shell building stage. Rapid calcification, limited energy reserves, and more exposed calcification surfaces, are traits at this stage that increase vulnerability to ocean acidification through our previously argued kinetic-energetic hypothesis. These developmental traits are common to broadcast spawning bivalve species...

Batch experiment on sample V21HKB

Ruth Kaufmann-Knoke
Site: Hankenbüttel 65; Grain size description: unsorted

(Appendix A1) Geochemistry of sediment core GIK17580-1

Thomas Neumann

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