IEDA: Marine Geoscience Data System IEDA
AT11-20 Biology:LarvalFlux
Ridge2000:Funded
Processed PARFLUX Larval Flux Time Series Data from the East Pacific Rise at 9N acquired during R/V Atlantis expedition AT11-20 (2004)
This data set was acquired with a McLane PARFLUX Mark 78H-21 Sediment Trap Sampler and McLane PARFLUX Mark 78H-22 Sediment Trap Sampler during Atlantis expedition AT11-20 conducted in 2004 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Marvin Lilley. Investigators: Dr. Diane Adams and Dr. Lauren Mullineaux). The data files are in Microsoft Excel format and include Larval Flux time series data that was processed after data collection. The data files weer acquired as part of the projects: Biocomplexity: Smart Sensors for In Situ Monitoring of Hydrothermal Vent Systems; Establishing a Role for Fe and S Microbial Metabolism in Ocean Crust Weathering; Time-Series Larval Studies in the Deep Sea; and The Interaction of Microbial Biofilms and Fluid Chemistry on Larval Settlement. Funding was provided by NSF grants: OCE01-19999 and OCE02-41791. This data was cited by Adams et al., 2011.
Adams, Diane
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Mullineaux, Lauren
Investigator
WHOI
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Sampler:SedimentTrap
McLane:PARFLUX Mark 78H-21
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NotProvided
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Sampler:SedimentTrap
McLane:PARFLUX Mark 78H-22
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NotApplicable
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The data have been processed/modified to a level beyond that of basic quality control (e.g. final processed sonar data, photo-mosaics).

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