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Relative abundance of phyla from Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, 2009-2013

Deron Burkepile & Rebecca Vega Thurber
This dataset contains relative abundance data of phyla for the study plots at Pickles Reef, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary from 2009-2013. Published in Nature Communications (2016) doi:10.1038/ncomms11833, Supplementary Data 2c.

Temperature data measured during two experiments testing the effects of acute and chronic thermal stress on the scleractinian coral, Stylophora pistillata

Nicolas R. Evensen, Mark E. Warner & Daniel J. Barshis
This dataset includes temperature data (in degrees Celsius) measured during two experiments: an 18 h acute thermal stress assay using the Coral Bleaching Automated Stress System (CBASS) and a 14 day chronic heat stress experiment using the Red Sea Simulator (RSS). Experiments were performed in Eilat, Israel in January-February 2019.

GPS coordinates for survey sites in Sitka Sound and Torch Bay, Alaska from 2003 to 2019 (High latitude kelp dynamics project)

Kristy Kroeker, James A. Estes & Peter T. Raimondi
GPS coordinates for survey sites in Sitka Sound and Torch Bay, Alaska from 2003 to 2019 (High Latitude Kelp Dynamics project)

Survey to quantify habitat association for juvenile T. hardwicke in Moorea, French Polynesia from 2005-2007 (CDD_in_Reef_Fish project)

Shane Geange
This dataset is from a study examining the influence of structural refuge, competition and their interaction on the early post-settlement survival of transplanted Thalassoma hardwicke (the sixbar wrasse).

Attack rates and handling time of prey based on prey density at Moorea, French Polynesia on May 2008 (CDD_in_Reef_Fish project)

Shane Geange, Jeffrey Shima & Adrian Stier
This dataset is part of a manipulative experiment to investigate how nudibranchs and sea hares alter cyanobaterica production through a trophic cascade. This research was conducted in 2008 at the Gump Biological Research Station, Moorea, French Polynesia.

Particulate Th-234 collected with surface-tethered sediment traps at Station ALOHA as part of the EAGER chief scientist training cruise (KM1910) in the subtropical North Pacific gyre in June 2019

Jennifer Kenyon, Erin Black & Matthew J. Church
This dataset includes particulate Th-234 collected with surface-tethered sediment traps at Station ALOHA as part of the EAGER chief scientist training cruise (KM1910) in the subtropical North Pacific gyre in June 2019.

Water column temperature measurements from 2017-2019 on coral reefs around the island of Mo’orea, French Polynesia

Andrew Thurber, Rebecca Vega Thurber & Adrienne S. Correa
Water column temperatures were recorded around the island of Mo’orea, French Polynesia from September 2017 through March 2019. Three reef zones (fore reef, back reef, fringing reef) were sampled to help characterize environmental conditions affecting reef health and resilience, and to increase understanding of the factors that trigger viral outbreaks on reefs.

Size distribution of Pocillopora colonies used in the experiment at Moorea, French Polynesia from April to June 2008 (CDD_in_Reef_Fish project)

Shane Geange, Jeffrey Shima & Adrian Stier
This dataset is from a manipulative experiment investigating the independent and combined effects of priority effects and habitat complexity on the strength of intraspecific competitive interactions among recently settled individuals of a coral reef fish.

Particulate and dissolved Po-210 and Pb-210 in seawater, snow, melt ponds, ice core, ice-rafted sediments, and aerosols from the US GEOTRACES Arctic cruise (HLY1502) on USCGC Healy from August to October 2015

Mark Baskaran & Katherine Krupp
Particulate and dissolved Po-210 and Pb-210 in seawater, snow, melt ponds, ice core, ice-rafted sediments, and aerosols from the US GEOTRACES Arctic cruise (HLY1502) on USCGC Healy from August to October 2015.

Sea urchin frequency and diameters as surveyed in Sitka Sound and Torch Bay, Alaska

Kristy Kroeker, Peter T. Raimondi & James A. Estes
This dataset is part of a suite of studies conducted in Southeast Alaska to determine how benthic communities respond to variable environmental conditions. In an effort to determine how temperature and carbonate chemistry combine to affect primary consumer bioenergetics and research the indirect effects of ocean acidification and warming on primary consumers, the sea urchin population was investigated. The frequency of occurrence and test diameter was recorded for sea urchins at Sitka Sound and Torch...

Porewater H2S from a multi-core sample taken on R/V Hugh Sharp cruise HRS1709 in the Chesapeake Bay in August 2017

George W. Luther & Bradley M. Tebo
Porewater H2S from a multi-core sample taken on R/V Hugh Sharp cruise HRS1709 in the Chesapeake Bay in August 2017.

Physiological observations of Euphausia pacifica after a ten-day acclimation to dissolved oxygen (DO) and pH conditions in two separate laboratory experiments.

Anna K. McLaskey & Julie E. Keister
Physiological observations of Euphausia pacifica after a ten-day acclimation to dissolved oxygen (DO) and pH conditions in two separate laboratory experiments. Krill was sampled in the Puget Sound, WA, USA aboard R/V Clifford Barnes during cruises CB1073 and CB1078 in 2017.

Physiological observations of Euphausia pacifica sampled in Puget Sound, WA aboard R/V Clifford A. Barnes during cruises CB1073 and CB1078 in 2017.

Anna K. McLaskey & Julie E. Keister
Physiological observations of Euphausia pacifica sampled in Puget Sound, WA aboard R/V Clifford A. Barnes during cruises CB1073 and CB1078 in 2017.

The size (cm) 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 S3B in supplementary material and show the size (cm) of Porites astreoides in the first 18 quadrats of the transect at St. John, VI from 2000 to 2019.

Sample and treatment information for the environmental metagenome of paired bleaching and nonbleaching Pocillopora cf. meandrina corals in Mo'orea, French Polynesia in March of 2016

Adriana Messyasz & Andrew Thurber
Sample and treatment information for the environmental metagenome of paired bleaching and nonbleaching Pocillopora cf. meandrina corals in Mo'orea, French Polynesia in March of 2016. All sequences are available in the Short Read Archive (SRA) at The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)under BioProject PRJNA647466 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/PRJNA647466).

Sediment trap carbon, nitrogen, and isotope flux from the "SalpPOOP" cruise on R/V Tangaroa during October and November 2018

Michael Stukel, Moira Decima, Thomas Kelly & Scott Nodder
Sediment trap carbon, nitrogen, and isotope flux from the "SalpPOOP" cruise on R/V Tangaroa during October and November 2018.

Copepod gut pigment data from each of six experiments quantifying the ingestion by copepods of marine snow and phytoplankton at different phytoplankton growth phases

Jennifer Prairie
Copepod gut pigment data from each of six experiments quantifying the ingestion by copepods of marine snow and phytoplankton at different phytoplankton growth phases.

Mercury and methylmercury in wet deposition samples from USCGC Healy HLY1502 in the Canada and Makarov Basins of the Arctic Ocean; Dutch Harbor to Dutch Harbor from August to October 2015

Robert Mason
The data include measurements of mercury and methylmercury concentrations in wet deposition samples from the GEOTRACES Arctic Ocean cruise in 2015 (HLY1502, GN01).

Dissolved cobalt concentrations measured by cathodic stripping voltammetry from the MetZyme cruise KM1128 on R/V Kilo Moana in October 2011

Mak A. Saito
This dataset includes dissolved cobalt concentrations measured by cathodic stripping voltammetry. Samples were collected during the KM1128 METZYME research expedition (Metals and Enzymes in the Pacific) on the R/V Kilo Moana October 1-25, 2011 from Oahu, Hawaii to Apia, Samoa.

Sinking particle from R/V Kilo Moana cruise KM1910 in June 2019

Matthew J. Church, Ashley Maloney, Adam V. Subhas, Erin Black, Jennifer Kenyon, Angelicque E. White, Erica Goetze & Sara Ferron
Phosphorus, carbon (total and organic), and nitrogen flux and bulk isotope composition (C and N) from 3-day pit trap deployments in June 2019 at station ALOHA during cruise KM1910.

Suspended particles from in situ pumps on R/V Kilo Moana cruise KM1910 in June 2019

Erin Black, Ashley Maloney, Adam V. Subhas, Jennifer Kenyon, Matthew J. Church, Angelicque E. White, Erica Goetze & Sara Ferron
Suspended particulate total carbon concentration, organic carbon concentration, inorganic carbon concentration, nitrogen concentration, and bulk isotope composition (C and N) from in situ McLane pumps in June 2019 at station ALOHA during cruise KM1910.

Velocity observations from a mooring at Station AT55 in Lake Michigan from 2019-05-13 to 2019-06-05

David Cannon, Cary Troy, Harvey Bootsma & Qian Liao
A fixed mooring was established to measure water column velocities in Lake Michigan near Milwaukee, WI, during 2019 from May 13 – June 5, 2019 at a 55m depth site. The mooring involved a small tripod, upon which an ADCPs (Nortek Signature 500) was mounted to measure water column velocities between 152cm and 4852cm above the bed.

Microstructure profiles at Station AT55 in Lake Michigan from 2017, 2018 and 2019.

David Cannon, Cary Troy, Harvey Bootsma & Qian Liao
Turbulent microstructure profiles were collected near Milwaukee, WI, during 2017 (August 1 - August 16), 2018 (April 5 – April 20), and 2019 (May 13 - May 14) at a 55m depth site. Microstructure measurements were collected using an RSI MicroCTD (Rockland Scientific International, Inc.), which measures velocity shear, temperature, turbidity, and chlorophyll concentrations. High resolution velocity shear (512 Hz) measurements were used to estimate turbulent kinetic energy dissipation throughout the water column. Microstructure profiles...

Changes in biovolume in three herbivorous protists measured across a temperature gradient ranging from 0 to 22 degrees Celsius for 30 days

Gayantonia Franzè & Susanne Menden-Deuer
This dataset reports changes in biovolume in three herbivorous protists measured across a temperature gradient ranging from 0 to 22 degrees Celsius for 30 days. The data provided served for the production of Figure 5 of Franzè and Menden-Deuer, 2020 (doi: 10.3354/meps13200).

Siderophore concentrations found in supernatants of Azotobacter vinelandii str. OP, Azotobacter chroococcum str. B3, and Azotobacter chroococcum str. NCIMB 8003 from laboratory experiments in 2015

Francois Morel
Siderophore concentrations found in supernatants of Azotobacter vinelandii str. OP, Azotobacter chroococcum str. B3, and Azotobacter chroococcum str. NCIMB 8003 from laboratory experiments in 2015. These data were published in Zhang et al. (2016, Fig 6).

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