Data from: The application of optical coherence tomography to image subsurface tissue structure of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba

Nicola Bellini, Martin J. Cox, Danielle J. Harper, Sebastian R. Stott, Praveen C. Ashok, Kishan Dholakia, So Kawaguchi, Robert King, Tammy J. Horton, Christian T. A. Brown & Tammy Horton
Many small open ocean animals, such as Antarctic krill, are an important part of marine ecosystems. To discover what will happen to animals such as krill in a changing ocean, experiments are run in aquaria where conditions can be controlled to simulate water characteristics predicted to occur in the future. The response of individual animals to changing water conditions can be hard to observe, and with current observation techniques it is very difficult to follow...
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