Distribution and abundance of the planktic foraminifer Neogloboquadrina pachyderma in sea ice of the Weddell Sea (Antarctica), (Table, 1), supplement to: Spindler, Michael; Dieckmann, Gerhard S (1986): Distribution and abundance of the planktic foraminifer Neogloboquadrina pachyderma in sea ice of the Weddell Sea (Antarctica). Polar Biology, 5(3), 185-191

Michael Spindler & Gerhard S Dieckmann
Sea ice cores were obtained from eleven fast ice stations and one floe in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica in January-February 1985. All cores from the north eastern part of the Weddell Sea contained numerous living and dead planktic foraminifers of the species Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (Ehrenberg), while cores drilled in southern parts were barren of foraminifers with one exception. Foraminiferal abundances were variable, with numbers up to 320 individuals per liter melted sea ice. Distribution of...
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