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Data from the 2018 dye release cruise south of Martha’s Vineyard, MA

Irina Rypina, Anthony Kirincich & Thomas Peacock
On Aug 16-17, 2018 a rhodamine dye experiment was conducted in the coastal ocean south of Martha’s Vineyard, MA. One of the experiment’s aims was to investigate the exchanges, or the absence of such, between the mixed layer and the ocean underneath over a time scale of about a day.

Investigating thermal physiology in large whales via aerial infrared thermography

Gina Lonati, Daniel Zitterbart, Carolyn A. Miller, Peter Corkeron, Christin Murphy & Michael J. Moore
The critically endangered status of North Atlantic right whales (NARWs, Eubalaena glacialis) warrants the development of new, less invasive technology to monitor the health of individuals. Combined with advancements in remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS, commonly “drones”), infrared thermography (IRT) is being increasingly used to detect and count marine mammals and study their physiology. We conducted RPAS-based IRT over NARWs in Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts, USA in 2017 and 2018. Observations demonstrated three particularly useful...

Long-Term evolution of non-transform discontinuities at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 24°N - 27°30′N

Tingting Zheng, Brian E. Tucholke & Jian Lin

Reducing effort in the U.S. American lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery to prevent North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) entanglements may support higher profits and long-term sustainability

Hannah Myers & Michael J. Moore
Supplemental data for Reducing effort in the U.S. American lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery to prevent North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) entanglements may support higher profits and long-term sustainability. Figure 5: Estimated North Atlantic right whale population, number of calves, observed mortalities and serious injuries, and diagnosed cause of death or serious injury. Diagnosed entanglements have increased significantly since the population has been in decline. Data from Waring et al. 1997, Kraus et al. 2001,...

Observations of turbulence and the geometry and circulation of windrows in a small bay in the St. Lawrence Estuary.

Seth Zippel, Ted Maksym, Malcolm E. Scully, Peter Sutherland & Dany Dumont
Measurements of ocean turbulence, waves, and the geometry and circulation of windrows were made over 5 days in early March in a small bay in the St. Lawrence Estuary. Measurements were made from a small zodiac and from a SWIFT drifter. Two acoustic doppler velocity profilers (ADCPs) were used from the zodiac to measure water velocity and turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) dissipation rates near the surface. The acoustic backscatter from the ADCPs was used in...

Sentry Underway Data for Cruise AT42-03, Sentry Dives 500-509

This package is the complete data package prepared by the Sentry team while at sea. Some parts of the data package will be available in other locations. We will update the metadata to include references to these data as they are available. This package contains data from Sentry Dives 500-509. These dives were done as part of AT42-03, aboard the R/V Atlantis in 2018. More information about AT42-03 is available from the Rolling Deck to...

Sentry Underway Data for Cruise AT37-13, Sentry Dives 429-441

This package is the complete data package prepared by the Sentry team while at sea. Some parts of the data package will be available in other locations. We will update the metadata to include references to these data as they are available. This package contains data from Sentry Dives 429-441. These dives were done as part of AT37-13, aboard the R/V Atlantis in 2017. More information about AT37-13 is available from the Rolling Deck to...

Tidal dispersion in short estuaries

Adrian Mikhail P. Garcia & W. Rockwell Geyer
The salinity distribution of an estuary depends on the balance between the river outflow, which is seaward, and a dispersive salt flux, which is landward. The dispersive salt flux at a fixed cross-section can be divided into shear dispersion, which is caused by spatial correlations of the cross-sectionally varying velocity and salinity, and the tidal oscillatory salt flux, which results from the tidal correlation between the cross-section averaged, tidally varying components of velocity and salinity....

Discovering hydrothermalism from afar: in situ methane instrumentation and change-point detection for decision-making

Anna Michel, Scott Wankel, Victoria Preston, Genevieve E. Flaspohler, Jason Kapit, William A. Pardis, Sarah Youngs, Donald E. Martocello, Peter Girguis & Roy, Nicholas Roy, Nicholas
Seafloor hydrothermalism plays a critical role in fundamental interactions between geochemical and biological processes in the deep ocean. A significant number of hydrothermal vents are hypothesized to exist, but many of these remain undiscovered due in part to the difficulty of detecting hydrothermalism using standard sensors on rosettes towed in the water column or robotic platforms performing surveys. Here, we use in situ methane sensors to complement standard sensing technology for hydrothermalism discovery and compare...

Total particulate trace element concentrations from bulk aerosol samples collected during the US GEOTRACES EPZT section cruise (R/V Thomas G. Thompson TN303) in the Eastern Tropical Pacific from October to December 2013

Ana Aguilar-Islas, Clifton Buck & William Landing
Atmospheric input is important to the biogeochemical cycling of trace metals in the ocean. This dataset provides total particulate trace metal values from bulk aerosols over the Equatorial Pacific along the US GEOTRACES EPTZ transect (TN303) from Peru to Tahiti. This region is characterized as one of the lowest atmospheric deposition regimes in the ocean. Bulk aerosols were collected from the boundary layer (~15 m above sea level) using a high-volume aerosol sampler drawing approximately...

Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) from in-situ flume experiments to manipulate pCO2 on shallow tropical coral reef communities at UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in May of 2018

Griffin Srednick, Peter Edmunds & Robert Carpenter
Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) from in-situ flume experiments to manipulate pCO2 on shallow tropical coral reef communities at UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in May of 2018. These data are for a proof of trial experiment for the Shallow COral REef Free Ocean Carbon Enrichment (SCORE FOCE), outlined in Srednick et al. (2020).

Flume flow data from in-situ flume experiments to manipulate pCO2 on shallow tropical coral reef communities at UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in May of 2018

Griffin Srednick, Peter Edmunds & Robert Carpenter
Flume flow data from in-situ flume experiments to manipulate pCO2 on shallow tropical coral reef communities at UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in May of 2018. These data are for a proof of trial experiment for the Shallow COral REef Free Ocean Carbon Enrichment (SCORE FOCE), outlined in Srednick et al. (2020).

Concentrations of aerosol trace elements collected from bulk aerosol samples on the 2015 US GEOTRACES Western Arctic Transect cruise on USCGC Healy (HLY1502) from August to October 2015

Clifton Buck, Yuan Gao & William Landing
This dataset contains concentrations of aerosol trace elements collected from bulk aerosol samples on the 2015 US GEOTRACES Western Arctic Transect (USCG Healy GN01).

ATP and cell numbers in laboratory experiments with Thalassiosira weissflogii conducted in 2018

Alexander B. Bochdansky
This dataset includes ATP and cell numbers from batch culture experiments with Thalassiosira weissflogii. ATP was measured with a new extraction and analytical protocol and cell numbers were determined using a Coulter Counter. Experiments were conducted in 2018. These data are published in Figure 3 of Bochdansky et al., 2021 (doi:10. 1002/lom3.10409)

Pore water geochemistry from sediments collected on cruise OC1703A aboard R/V Oceanus and cruise AT36 aboard R/V Atlantis

Anne E. Dekas
This dataset includes pore water geochemistry from sediments collected on cruise OC1703A aboard R/V Oceanus in March 2017 and on cruise AT36 aboard R/V Atlantis in July-August 2016. Sediment cores were collected using an MC-800 multicore and an MC-400 multicore.

NCBI accession numbers describing 16S rRNA and 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequences from sediment samples collected offshore of San Francisco, Califronia, USA in March 2017 on R/V Oceanus cruise OC1703A

Anne E. Dekas
This dataset includes metadata and NCBI accession numbers describing 16S rRNA and 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequences from sediment samples collected offshore of San Francisco, Califronia, USA in March 2017 on R/V Oceanus cruise OC1703A.

Orientation and growth of colonies of four diatom species (Stephanopyxis turris, Pseudo-nitzschia sp., Skeletonema sp., and Odontella sinensis) in Couette flow

James Sullivan, Malcolm McFarland, Aditya Nayak, Melissa Omand & Jan Rines
This dataset includes data on the orientation and growth of colonies of four diatom species (Stephanopyxis turris, Pseudo-nitzschia sp., Skeletonema sp., and Odontella sinensis) in Couette flow. Experiments were conducted at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, FL, USA from March 2020 to June 2021. Data are provided from all replicates and summary data (means) are provided as a Supplemental File.

Survivorship of newly settled polyps of Antillogorgia bipinnata inoculated with one of five genotypes of Breviolum antillogorgium and reared at 26 and 30 degrees Celsius.

Mary A. Coffroth & Casey terHorst
Survivorship of newly settled polyps of Antillogorgia bipinnata inoculated with one of five genotypes of Breviolum antillogorgium and reared at 26 and 30 degrees Celsius.

Neocalanus copepod egg production is described from the Northern Gulf of Alaska for Fall 2015, 2016, 2017

Russell R. Hopcroft & Petra Lenz
Neocalanus copepod egg production is described from the Northern Gulf of Alaska for Fall 2015, 2016,2017.

Effects of ocean acidification on anti-predator behavior of snails from Bodega Bay, CA.

Brittany Jellison, Aaron T. Ninokawa, Tessa M. Hill, Eric Sanford & Brian Gaylord
Effects of ocean acidification on anti-predator behavior of snails from Bodega Bay, CA.

Global reconstructions of particle biovolume, size distribution, and carbon export flux from the seasonal euphotic zone and maximum winter time mixed layer from particle profiles conducted during cruises from 2008 to 2020

Daniele Bianchi & Daniel Clements
Global reconstructions of particle biovolume, size distribution, and carbon export flux from the seasonal euphotic zone and maximum winter time mixed layer.

Antarctic Peninsula ROMS model Palmer Deep area drifter data

Michael Dinniman, Katherine Hudson, Matthew Oliver, Joshua Kohut & John M. Klinck
Antarctic Peninsula ROMS model Palmer Deep area drifter data

Genetic sequence accessions, collection information, and methodology for raw sequences from ezRAD libraries of Pocillopora spp. collected in Moorea, French Polynesia in 2019

Scott Burgess
This dataset contains genetic sequence accessions, collection information, and methodology for raw sequences from ezRAD libraries of Pocillopora spp. collected in 2019. Samples were collected between 5 and 20m on the fore reef in Moorea, French Polynesia. Sequence accessions are for holdings in the Sequence Read Archive (SRA) at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). All sequence and biosample accessions can be found under BioProject PRJNA852278 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/PRJNA852278).

Bleaching and environmental data for global coral reef sites from 1980-2020

Robert van Woesik & Deron Burkepile
These data include information on the presence and absence of coral bleaching, allowing comparative analyses and the determination of geographical bleaching thresholds, together with site exposure, distance to land, mean turbidity, cyclone frequency, and a suite of sea-surface temperature metrics at the times of survey.

Carbonate chemistry, nutrient concentration, and dissolved oxygen concentration for discreet water samples collected during multiple cruises between June 2017 to Sept 2018 within Galveston Bay, TX

Kathryn E. Shamberger, Tacey Hicks, Jessica Fitzsimmons, Shari Yvon-Lewis & Steven DiMarco
These data include carbonate chemistry, nutrient concentration, and dissolved oxygen concentration for discreet water samples collected within Galveston Bay, TX. Eight single day cruises were conducted quarterly aboard the R/V Lithos or R/V Trident from June 2017 through September 2018. In addition, discreet water samples were collected at sites 10 - 60 km outside the mouth of the bay and up to 15m deep to characterize incoming seawater to the bay. These samples were collected...

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