Data from: The SCOC database – a large, open and global database with sediment community oxygen consumption rates

Tanja Stratmann, Karline Soetaert, Chih-Lin Wei, Yu-Shih Lin & Dick Van Oevelen
Sediment community oxygen consumption (SCOC) rates provide important information about biogeochemical processes in marine sediments and the activity of benthic microorganisms and fauna. Therefore, several databases of sediment community oxygen consumption data have been compiled since the mid-1990s. However, these earlier databases contained much less data records and were not freely available. Additionally, the databases were not transparent in their selection procedure, so that other researchers could not assess the quality of the data. Here,...
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