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Data from: Oxygen depletion in coastal seas and the effective spawning stock biomass of an exploited fish species

Hans-Harald Hinrichsen, Burkhard Dewitz, Jan Dierking, Holger Haslob, Andrejs Makarcuks, Christoph Petereit, Rudi Voss & H.-H. Hinrichsen
Environmental conditions may have previously underappreciated effects on the reproductive processes of commercially exploited fish populations, for example eastern Baltic cod, that are living at the physiological limits of their distribution. In the Baltic Sea, salinity affects neutral egg buoyancy, which is positively correlated with egg survival, as only water layers away from the oxygen consumption-dominated sea bottom contain sufficient oxygen. Egg buoyancy is positively correlated to female spawner age/size. From observations in the Baltic...

Data from: Identification of habitat-specific biomes of aquatic fungal communities using a comprehensive nearly full-length 18S rRNA dataset enriched with contextual data

Katrin Panzer, Pelin Yilmaz, Michael Weiß, Lothar Reich, Michael Richter, Jutta Wiese, Rolf Schmaljohann, Antje Labes, Johannes F. Imhoff, Frank Oliver Glöckner & Marlis Reich
Molecular diversity surveys have demonstrated that aquatic fungi are highly diverse, and that they play fundamental ecological roles in aquatic systems. Unfortunately, comparative studies of aquatic fungal communities are few and far between, due to the scarcity of adequate datasets. We combined all publicly available fungal 18S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene sequences with new sequence data from a marine fungi culture collection. We further enriched this dataset by adding validated contextual data. Specifically, we included...

Registration Year

  • 2015
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Affiliations

  • GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
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  • Institute of Food Safety, Animal Health and Environment “BIOR”
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  • Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology
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  • Jacobs University
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  • University of Tübingen
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  • University of Bremen
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  • Kiel University
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