Data for: Diet change of hadal amphipods revealed by fatty acid profile: a close relationship with surface ocean
Contributors: Yunping Xu, Wenjie Xiao, Zhiguo Liu, Linlin Shi, Binbin Pan
... Fatty acids in hadal amphipods collected from three Pacific Trenches, namely New Britain Trench (NBT; 8.2-8.9 km), Mariana Trench (MT; 11 km) and Massau Trench (MS; 6.9 km).
Data for: Quantifying avian avoidance of offshore wind turbines: Current evidence and key knowledge gaps
Contributors: Aonghais Cook, Elizabeth Humphreys, Elizabeth Masden, Niall Burton, Finlay Bennet
... There are two files here. The first file is an excel spreadsheet which contains the data and the step by step calculations used to estimate avoidance rates in seabirds. This excel file has three sheets: The first sheet sheet contains the turbine and wind farm parameters used by the Band Collision Risk Model. These relate to the individual wind farms from which data were obtained. The sources for all data are given. The second sheet includes the bird flight speed and morphometric data used by the Band Collision Risk Model. The third sheet combines these data and then shows step by step calculations indicating how avoidance rates were calculated. The second file is R code for calculating the probability of any bird crossing a turbine rotor-swept area colliding with the turbine blades (P Collision). It makes use of the data in sheets one and two of the excel file in order to calculate the values in column AF of the third sheet.
Data for: Residual surface circulation switch-on sea urchin recruitment along the Sinis coastline (Sardinia-Italy)
Contributors: Simone Farina, Ivan Guala, Andrea Cucco, Giovanni Quattrocchi
... Natural sea urchin density and oceanographic features describing local circulation in 25 sampling sites along the Sinis Peninsula (Western Sardinia)
Data for: Assessment of the use of Oblada melanura (L. 1758) otolith fluctuating asymmetry as environmental disturbance indicator
Contributors: Pierre S. P. Vandenbussche, Guillaume Spennato, Patricia M. Pierson
... This dataset contains information of raw measurements of morphological parameters of Oblada melanura juveniles' otoliths, measurement error quantification, mean group fish standard length, size dependence and directional asymmetry.
Data for: When time affects space: dispersal ability and extreme weather events determine metacommunity organization in marine sediments
Contributors: Guilherme Corte, Helio Checon, Ross Coleman, Thiago Goncalves Souza, Eduardo Siegle, Antonia Cecília Amaral
... Data used to the analyse the metacommunity organization of marine benthic communities (Data for: When time affects space: dispersal ability and extreme weather events determine metacommunity organization in marine sediments)
Data for: Food availability on the shore: linking epilithic and planktonic microalgae to the food ingested by two intertidal gastropods
Contributors: Yunwei Dong, Zhao-kai Wang, Meng-wen Ding
... Primers and barcodes used in the study.
Contributors: Jose Nunes, Francisco Barros, Antonio Dorea, Yuri Costa, Claudio Sampaio, Antoine Leduc, Larissa J. Benevides, Daniel Blumstein
Data for: Assessing indicators of nutrient pollution in Long Island, New York, estuarine environments
Contributors: Elizabeth Watson, Elisabeth Powell, Katelyn Szura, Autumn Oczkowski, Cathleen Wigand, Bhanu Paudel, Nicole Maher, Adam Starke
Data for: Physiological response of a red tide alga (Skeletonema costatum) to nitrate enrichment, with special reference to inorganic carbon acquisition
Contributors: jianrong xia, Xiaopeng Zeng, Jinlan Yu, Guang Gao
... Data for the paper entitled “Physiological response of a red tide alga (Skeletonema costatum) to nitrate enrichment, with special reference to inorganic carbon acquisition”
Data for: Salinity stress results in differential Hsp70 expression in the holobiont Aiptasia pallida and Symbiodinium sp.
Contributors: Mitchell Ellison, M. Drew Ferrier, Susan Carney
... Table containing processed RT-qPCR data representing fold difference in Hsp70 expression in Aiptasia pallida and Symbiodinium sp. Clade B at 24, 27, 33, and 36 ppt salinities and 1, 2, 4, and 8 hour time points. Fold change is relative to a control treatment of 30 ppt salinity that was sampled at 1, 2, 4, and 8 hour time points.