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Hg(II) photoreduction rates and stable isotope enrichment from mercury reduction experiments conducted on marine phytoplankton from 2011-2013

John Reinfelder, Kritee Kritee & Joel D. Blum
Hg(II) photoreduction rates and stable isotope enrichment from mercury reduction experiments conducted on marine phytoplankton from 2011-2013.

Mercury stable isotope ratios for standard reference material UM-Almaden during 2011-2013

John Reinfelder, Kritee Kritee & Joel D. Blum
Mercury stable isotope ratios for standard reference material UM-Almaden during 2011-2013.

Cross-shore and alongshore velocity inside the kelp forest at Hopkins Marine Station (36° 37.297’ N, 121° 54.102’ W) recorded between June and October, 2018.

Heidi Hirsh, Kerry J. Nickols, Yuichiro Takeshita, Sarah Traiger, Stephen G. Monismith, David Mucciarone & Robert B. Dunbar
Cross-shore and alongshore velocity inside the kelp forest at Hopkins Marine Station (36° 37.297’ N, 121° 54.102’ W) recorded between June and October, 2018.

Kelp forest mooring DIC, TA, pCO2, and aragonite saturation state estimations inside the kelp canopy (36° 37.297’ N, 121° 54.102’ W.) at Hopkins Marine Station, recorded between June and October 2018.

Heidi Hirsh, Kerry J. Nickols, Yuichiro Takeshita, Sarah Traiger, Stephen G. Monismith, David Mucciarone & Robert B. Dunbar
Kelp forest mooring DIC, TA, pCO2, and aragonite saturation state estimations inside the kelp canopy (36° 37.297’ N, 121° 54.102’ W.) at Hopkins Marine Station, recorded between June and October 2018.

Dissolved and labile cobalt from the USCGC Healy HLY1502 in the Canada and Makarov Basins of the Arctic Ocean from August to October 2015 (U.S. GEOTRACES Arctic project)

Mak A. Saito
Dissolved and labile cobalt from the USCGC Healy HLY1502 in the Canada and Makarov Basins of the Arctic Ocean from August to October 2015 (U.S. GEOTRACES Arctic project).

Small substrate hydrolysis of bulk water samples taken aboard the R/V Endeavor EN638, May 2019 in the Northern Atlantic.

Carol Arnosti
Small substrate hydrolysis of bulk water samples samples taken aboard the R/V Endeavor EN638, May 2019 in the Northern Atlantic.

Original transmitted-light imagery and processed attenuance images of sinking particles observed by autonomous Carbon Flux Explorers deployed 100-500m in the California Current Regime, during the CCE-LTER process study (P1706) between June 2 and July 1, 2

James K.B. Bishop
Original transmitted-light imagery and processed attenuance images of sinking particles observed by autonomous Carbon Flux Explorers deployed 100-500m in the California Current Regime, during the CCE-LTER process study (P1706) between June 2 and July 1, 2017.

Water quality data from surveys, experiments and the NERR data sonde, sub-tropical estuarine waters, subtidal and intertidal in Apalachicola Bay and Ocholckonee Bay, Florida, 2013-2019

David L. Kimbro, Christopher D. Stallings & J Wilson White
Water quality data from surveys, experiments and the National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) data sonde, sub-tropical estuarine waters, subtidal and intertidal in Apalachicola Bay and Ocholckonee Bay, Florida, 2013-2019.

Boron isotopes in foraminifera from sediment cores and 2 pH scenarios from the R/V JOIDES Resolution cruises in Shatsky Rise (Pacific), Walvis Ridge (South Atlantic), atolls and guyots (OA Paleocene-Eocene project)

Baerbel Hoenisch, Donald Penman & James Zachos
Isotope data for delta-11B from late Paleocene-early Eocene planktonic foraminifera. The taxa analyzed include Morozovella velascoensis, Acarinina soldadoensis, and Subbotinae.

Dissolved trace metal concentrations from a GO-FLO rosette collected during the R/V Thomas G. Thompson cruise TN303 from Peru to Tahiti in 2013 (U.S. GEOTRACES EPZT project)

Kenneth Bruland
Dissolved trace metal concentrations from a GO-FLO rosette collected during the R/V Thomas G. Thompson cruise TN303 from Peru to Tahiti in 2013.

5m intervals of CTD profiles from R/V New Horizon cruise NH1315 in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific (ETNP) during June 2013

Jennifer Brum
5m intervals of CTD profiles from R/V New Horizon cruise NH1315 in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific (ETNP) during June 2013.

Estimated abundances of viruses and bacteria determined in samples collected in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific (ETNP) on R/V New Horizon cruise NH1315 during June 2013

Jennifer Brum
Estimated abundances of viruses and bacteria via epifluorescence microscopy of samples collected in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific oxygen minimum zone region (ETNP OMZ) on R/V New Horizon cruise NH1315 from 13-28 June 2013.

Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) measurements from R/V Thomas G. Thompson cruise TN303 in the Eastern Tropical Pacific in 2013 (U.S. GEOTRACES EPZT project)

Craig Carlson
Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) measurements from R/V Thomas G. Thompson cruise TN303 in the Eastern Tropical Pacific in 2013; a cruise of the US GEOTRACES Program.

CO2-system and auxiliary data from the Northern Gulf of Mexico from samples collected during R/V Pelican cruise PE18-09 in September of 2017

Eyal Wurgaft, Zhaohui Aleck Wang & James Churchill
CO2-system and auxiliary data from the Northern Gulf of Mexico from samples collected during R/V Pelican cruise PE18-09 in September of 2017.

B:Ca and Mg:Ca isotopes in foraminifera from sediment cores from R/V JOIDES Resolution JRES-198 in the Shatsky Rise, Pacific from 2001-2001 (OA_Paleocene-Eocene project)

Baerbel Hoenisch, Donald Penman & James Zachos
Isotope data for delta-11B, delta-13C, delta-18O, and concentration data for B, Ca, Mg, Mn and U from late Paleocene-early Eocene planktonic foraminifera from sediment cores from R/V JOIDES Resolution JRES-198 in the Shatsky Rise, Pacific, Aug. 2001. The taxa analyzed included Morozovella velascoensis, Acarinina soldadoensis, and Subbotinae.

Continuous culture studies of possible climate change effects: Thalassiosira pseudonana CCMP1335 growth in nitrate-limited and nutrient-replete cultures

Edward Laws & Uta Passow
The marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana clone CCMP 1335 was grown in a continuous culture system on a 14:10 light-dark cycle under either nitrate-limited or nutrient-replete conditions, a photoperiod irradiance of either 50 or 300 micro-mol photons per square meter per second, partial pressures of either 400 or 1000 ppm CO2, and temperatures ranging from 5 to 32 degrees Celsius. Growth rates, photosynthetic rates, respiration rates, C:N ratios, C:Chlorophyll-a ratios, productivity indices, Fv/Fm ratios, and the...

pH, temperature, salinity, and oxygen data from SeapHOx sensors deployed at three sites in the Florida Keys in June 2018

Matthew Long & Daniel McCorkle
An eddy covariance system, known as ECHOES, was deployed at three sites offshore of Key Largo, Florida during June 2018. The ECHOES systems logged the three-dimensional velocity, depth, O2 optode, pH sensor, and triaxial Inertial Measurement Unit. A separate frame at each site contained a photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) sensor and a Seabird SeapHOx, measuring salinity, temperature, depth, O2, and pH. This dataset contains pH, temperature, salinity, and oxygen data recorded by the SeapHOx sensor.

Lab study on the effect of seawater pH and aging on mussel adhesive plaques with mussels collected from Penn Cove Shellfish in Coupeville, Washington.

Emily Carrington
Data generated from laboratory experiments that investigated the influence of seawater pH and byssal thread age on plaque attachment. Mussels (M. trossulus) were collected from Penn Cove Shellfish, Penn Cove, Coupeville, Washington, USA (48°13′N 122°42′W) and held in experimental aquaria at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, USA for up to 14 days. Mussels produced threads over the course of 4 hrs that were incubated in a range of pH conditions for up to...

Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) from Odyssey PAR sensors deployed at three sites in the Florida Keys in June 2018

Matthew Long & Daniel McCorkle
An eddy covariance system, known as ECHOES, was deployed at three sites offshore of Key Largo, Florida during June 2018. The ECHOES systems logged the three-dimensional velocity, depth, O2 optode, pH sensor, and triaxial Inertial Measurement Unit. A separate frame at each site contained a photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) sensor and a Seabird SeapHOx, measuring salinity, temperature, depth, O2, and pH. This dataset contains the PAR data.

Current velocity, wave velocity, and O2, H+, and momentum flux from the ECHOES system deployed at three sites in the Florida Keys in June 2018

Matthew Long & Daniel McCorkle
An eddy covariance system, known as ECHOES, was deployed at three sites offshore of Key Largo, Florida during June 2018. The ECHOES systems logged the three-dimensional velocity, depth, O2 optode, pH sensor, and triaxial Inertial Measurement Unit. A separate frame at each site contained a photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) sensor and a Seabird SeapHOx, measuring salinity, temperature, depth, O2, and pH. This dataset contains current velocities, wave velocities, and O2, H+, and momentum flux.

Cruise event log from the R/V Atlantic Explorer AE0922 cruise in the North Atlantic, Bermuda BATS region during 2009 (TZEX project)

Kenneth O. Buesseler, Carl Lamborg, Michael W. Lomas, David Siegel, Deborah K. Steinberg & Jim Valdes
Cruise event log from the R/V Atlantic Explorer AE0922 cruise in the North Atlantic, Bermuda BATS region during 2009 (TZEX project)

Coral (Porites rus) calcification and chemistry data from outdoor flumes at the UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in April and March of 2012

Robert Carpenter, Peter J. Edmunds & Steeve Comeau
Coral calcification and chemistry data from outdoor flumes at the UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in April and March of 2012. These data were collected as part of a study to assess the effects of feeding and light intensity on the response of the coral Porites rus to ocean acidification. See Comeau et al. (2013) for details of this study.

Calcification data from outdoor flume experiments with coral Acropora hyacinthus at the UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in September and October of 2012

Robert Carpenter & Peter J. Edmunds
Coral calcification data from outdoor flumes at the UCB Gump Research Station Moorea, French Polynesia in September and October of 2012. These data were collected as part of a study of investigating how diel pCO2 oscillations modulate the response of the coral Acropora hyacinthus to ocean acidification. See Comeau et al. (2014) for details of this study.

CTD profiles of temperature, oxygen, salinity, density, fluorescence, PAR, and pH collected in Hood Canal on cruises CB1072, CB1077, and RC008 during 2017 and 2018

Julie E. Keister & Daniel Grunbaum
CTD profiles of temperature, oxygen, salinity, density, fluorescence, PAR, and pH collected in Hood Canal on cruises CB1072, CB1077, and RC008 during 2017 and 2018.

Carbonate chemistry from Niskin bottle samples collected at Twanoh buoy in Hood Canal during R/V Clifford A. Barnes cruises CB1077 and CB1072 in 2017

Julie E. Keister & Daniel Grunbaum
Carbonate chemistry from Niskin bottle samples collected at Twanoh buoy in Hood Canal during R/V Clifford A. Barnes cruises CB1077 and CB1072 in 2017.

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