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Synechococcus (WH8102 and CC9311) growth and genetic sequence accessions from experiments with variable pCO2 treatments from 2016 to 2018

James Morris
Synechococcus (WH8102 and CC9311) growth and genetic sequence accessions from experiments with variable pCO2 treatments. These data were produced as part of a study of the "Community context and pCO2 impact the transcriptome of the "helper" bacterium Alteromonas in co-culture with picocyanobacteria" (Barreto Filho et al., 2022). Sequences files are accessible from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (BioProject PRJNA377729). The following results abstract describes these data along with related datasets which can be accessed...

DOC and DON concentrations of waters collected from the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre and Central North Atlantic

Matthew McCarthy & Thomas Guilderson
DOC and DON concentrations of waters collected from the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre and Central North Atlantic. These data were published in Broek et al. (2019) and Broek et al. (2017).

Table 1: Pb-210, Bi-210, and Po-210 activity measurements in rain, lake water, and dreissenid (Quagga) mussels collected in the Milwaukee Inner Harbor on Lake Michigan, Nov. 2018

James Waples
Pb-210, Bi-210, and Po-210 activity measurements in rain, lake water, and dreissenid (Quagga) mussels collected at the School of Freshwater Sciences’ slip in the Milwaukee Inner Harbor on Lake Michigan, Nov. 2018. This is table 1 in Waples (2020), Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods.

Dissolved Fe(II) from the southbound leg of the US GEOTRACES Arctic cruise (HLY1502) on USCGC Healy from August to October 2015

Maija Heller
Dissolved Fe(II) concentrations were determined using an automated flow injection analysis system (FeLume II Waterville Analytical) employing a luminol chemiluminescence based detection system as described in King et al. (1995) and Heller et al. (2017). From published and ongoing work in the Peru and Chile oxygen minimum zones an optimized methodology for Fe(II) detection by luminol has been described in Croot et al. (2019). This work details some of the challenges and limitations of using...

Microbial enzymatic activities from seawater and from particle-associated seawater communities from Greenland, August 2015 (Patterns of activities project)

Carol Arnosti
Bacterial activity as measured by hydrolysis rates from unfiltered seawater and particle-associated communities collected near shore in northeastern Greenland in August 2015.

Shell length data of mussel larvae grown in static and fluctuating pH treatments

Lydia Kapsenberg
Mussel larvae of Mytilus galloprovincialis were grown in static and fluctuating pH treatments in a flow-through seawater system. pH was modified with CO2 gas. D-veliger larvae were collected for shell length measurements on various days per experiment. Shell length was determined using microscope photography and analysis in ImageJ.

Organismal physiological metrics from time series experiments on samples collected on R/V Atlantic Explorer cruise AE1910 in May 2019

Amy Maas, Leocadio Blanco-Bercial & Ann M. Tarrant
Organismal physiological metrics from time series experiments on samples collected on R/V Atlantic Explorer cruise AE1910 in May 2019.

Nearshore pH and temperature at mooring sites in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, Overwinter 2011-2012

Gretchen E. Hofmann
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Staghorn coral health following experimental treatment with and without antibiotics

Tarik C. Gouhier & Steven V. Vollmer
This dataset reports results from a priority experiment with staghorn corals fragments from 10 genotypes. Antibiotic-treated and untreated tanks were sampled for DNA and exposed to disease or healthy slurries at two time points. Corals that developed disease were sampled and sacrificed. Health status of the coral fragments was scored every 12hrs.

Species, sample date, location individual size and sample disposition of juvenile fish surveyed near Carmel and Monterey Bays, CA, 2013-2016 (Larval Dispersal in Kelp Rockfish project)

Mark Carr, Christopher Edwards & John C. Garza
This dataset contains sampling information for samples collected for genetic parentage analysis from juvenile rockfish – species, sample date, location individual size and sample disposition.

CTD data collected off the Oregon Coast on three cruises aboard NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada during 2018

Kim S. Bernard
CTD data collected off the Oregon Coast on three cruises aboard NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada during 2018.

Infauna counts from BoWLs moorings deployed and recovered from R/V Oceanus cruises OC1304A and OC1406B off the Coast of Oregon from 2013-2014 (BOWLS project)

Craig R. Smith & Kenneth M. Halanych
This dataset contains counts of infaunal organism Phyla from BOWLS moorings deployed in April of 2013 and recovered in June of 2014. Phyla sampled: Annelida, Arthropoda,Chordata, Cnidaria, Echinodermata, Kinorhynca, Mollusca, Nemertea, and Platyhelminthes. Also included are the mooring identifiers, substrate type (control, wood, whale-bone), latitude, longitude, depth, and deployment and recovery dates.

Skeletal density for crustose coralline algae reared in natural and experimental temperature and pCO2 conditions

Branwen Williams, Douglas B. Rasher & Justin B. Ries
This dataset contains skeletal density for crustose coralline algae reared in natural and experimental conditions (factorially crossed temperature (~6.5, 8.5, and 12.5 °C) and pCO2 (~350, 490, 890, and 3200 µatm)). Skeletal density was quantified using a micro-CT scanner.

Kelp and urchin mean densities from Aleutian habitat surveys 2008-2010 (Kelp Forest Apex Predator Collapse project)

Brenda Konar & Matthew Edwards
Kelp and urchin mean densities from Aleutian habitat surveys 2008-2010 (Kelp Forest Apex Predator Collapse project). Data are reported as means. The kelp means come from twenty 0.25m^2 quadrats placed at each site.

Chlorophyll measurements from the MesoHux mesocosm experiment held in May 2017

Matthew D. Johnson, Kay D. Bidle & Elizabeth Harvey
Chlorophyll measurements from the MesoHux mesocosm experiment held in May 2017.

Physical conditions during coral reef surveys of St. John, US Virgin Islands, from 1989-2014

Peter J. Edmunds & Howard Lasker
Physical conditions during coral reef surveys of St. John, US Virgin Islands, from 1989-2014. Benthic coral reef communities were monitored on the south shore of St. John. In 1992, six sites were selected using random coordinates constrained to hard bottom on fringing reefs (< 9-m depth) between Cabritte Horn and White Point, and were permanently marked.

Mean monthly seawater temperatures in St. John, US Virgin Islands from 1989-2016

Peter J. Edmunds
Mean monthly seawater temperatures in St. John, US Virgin Islands from 1989-2016. This study was carried out on shallow reefs along the south coast of St. John, which have been monitored since 1987, and studied since the 1950’s. Three aspects of the time-series analyses are utilized, and the study period exploited concurrent sampling of coral cover, coral recruitment, and the dynamics of small corals (colonies ≤ 40-mm diameter). Records were averaged by day and month,...

Trichodesmium data from R/V Atlantic Explorer cruise AE1409 in the Western Tropical North Atlantic from May 2014 (P Processing by Tricho project)

Benjamin A. Van Mooy & Sonya T. Dyhrman
Trichodesmium data from R/V Atlantic Explorer cruise AE1409 in the Western Tropical North Atlantic from May 2014 (P Processing by Tricho project).

16S gene sequencing of microbial communities in South China Sea sediments from January to March 2014

Frederick Colwell & Andrew Thurber
16S gene sequencing of microbial communities in South China Sea sediments from January to March 2014.

Scup and windowpane flounder expanded length frequency for study of scup and windowpane flounder catch using scup gear and a Large Mesh Belly Panel (LMBP), October 2015 (Windowpane Bycatch project)

Emerson C. Hasbrouck
This dataset reports the length frequency count of scup and windowpane flounder caught in each haul. Data was collected from paired tows to determine if a large mesh belly panel effectively reduces the catch of windowpane flounder in the small mesh scup fishery with existing gear and fishing practices. The data was analyzed to determine the statistical level of difference between the control and experimental nets for the targeted scup catch and for the windowpane...

EcoMon plankton counts (100-m3) from Bongo tows, including MARMAP data multiple cruises in the Northeast Continental Shelf of the United States from 1977-2015 (EcoMon Zooplankton project)

Jonathan Hare
Zooplankton data are the number of organisms per 100 m^3 of water sampled from several surveys including: ICNAF, MARMAP, HERRING, ECOMON as well as perhaps several others, and hundreds of cruises.

Size of Porites astreoides colonies in annual photo-quadrats at St. John, VI from 1992 to 2019

Peter J. Edmunds, Craig Didden & Karl Frank
These data support Figure 2B, C and show the size (in cm) of colonies of Porites astreo encountered in photoquadrat (each 0.5 x 0.5 m) recorded annually in the paper and show density of Porites astreoides in quadrats that are 0.5 x 0.5 m in size.

The density of Porites astreoides in the first 18 quadrats of the transect at St. John, VI from 2000 to 2019

Peter J. Edmunds, Craig Didden & Karl Frank
These data support Figures S3A in supplementary material and show the density of Porites astreoides in the first 18 quadrats of the transect at St. John, VI from 2000 to 2019.

Density of Porites astreoides in quadrats at St. John, VI from 1992 to 2019

Peter J. Edmunds, Craig Didden & Karl Frank
These data support Figure 2A in the paper and show density of Porites astreoides in quadrats that are 0.5 x 0.5 m in size, collected at St. John, VI from 1992 to 2019.

CARD FISH Eukaryote, Fungi, Labyrinthomycete, Kinetoplastid counts from MEDEA-II R/V Pelagia 64PE356 in the North Atlantic: Galway, Ireland to Reykjavik, Iceland from June to July 2012

Alexander B. Bochdansky
CARD FISH Eukaryote, Fungi, Labyrinthomycete, Kinetoplastid counts from MEDEA-II R/V Pelagia 64PE356 in the North Atlantic: Galway, Ireland to Reykjavik, Iceland from June to July 2012.

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