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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Bathymetry data was acquired during R/V MARIA S. MERIAN cruise MSM32 in the northeastern Atlantic between 25.09.2013 and 30.10.2013. The cruise aimed to gain a better understanding of the Agadir Canyon. To investigate why some submarine landslides remain as coherent blocks of sediment throughout their passage downslope, while others mix and disintegrate almost immediately after initial failure MSM32 combined seismic, hydroacoustic and sidescan surveys [DOI: 10.2312/cr_msm32]. CI Citation: Paul Wintersteller (seafloor-imaging@marum.de) as responsible party for bathymetry raw data ingest and approval. Description of processed data sources: During the MSM32 cruise, the moonpooled KONGSBERG EM1002 multibeam echosounder (MBES) was utilized to perform bathymetric mapping in shallow depths. 111 beams are formed for each ping while the seafloor is detected using amplitude and phase information for each beam sounding. For further information consult. For further information on the system, consult https://www.km.kongsberg.com/. During the cruise, the swath width was adjusted manually to get the best compromise between coverage and data quality with changing water depth and sea state [DOI: 10.2312/cr_msm32]. Responsible person during this cruise / PI: P. Feldens. Description of data processing: Postprocessing and products were conducted by the Seafloor-Imaging & Mapping group of MARUM/FB5, responsible person Paul Wintersteller (seafloor-imaging@marum.de). The open source software MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, https://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system, 2017) was utilized for this purpose. A sound velocity correction profile was applied to the MSM32 data; there were no further corrections for roll, pitch and heave applied during postprocessing. A tide correction was applied, based on the Oregon State University (OSU) tidal prediction software (OTPS) that is retrievable through MB-System. CTD measurements during the cruise were sufficient to represent the changes in the sound velocity throughout the study area. Using Mbeditviz, artefacts were cleaned manually. NetCDF (GMT) grids of the edited data as well as statistics were created with mbgrid. The published bathymetric EM1002 grid of the cruise MSM32 has a resolution of 35 m. No total propagated uncertainty (TPU) has been calculated to gather vertical or horizontal accuracy. A higher resolution is, at least partly, achievable. The grid extended with _num represents a raster dataset with the statistical number of beams/depths taken into account to create the depth of the cell. The extended _sd -grid contains the standard deviation for each cell. The DTMs projections are given in Geographic coordinate system Lat/Lon; Geodetic Datum: WGS84. All grids produced are retrievable through the PANGAEA database (www.pangaea.de). Chief Scientist: Sebastian Krastel CR: https://www.tib.eu/de/suchen/id/awi%3Adoi~10.2312%252Fcr_MSM32/ CSR: https://www2.bsh.de/daten/DOD/Bathymetrie/Nordatlantik/msm32.htm Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 53.098100 * LONGITUDE START: 8.756800 * LATITUDE END: 36.516400 * LONGITUDE END: -6.266900 * DATE/TIME START: 2013-09-24T00:00:00 * DATE/TIME END: 2013-10-30T00:00:00 * CAMPAIGN: MSM32 * BASIS: Maria S. Merian * METHOD/DEVICE: Underway cruise track measurements
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Milkfish (Chanos chanos) is one of the most important aquaculture species in Asian countries. These teleost fish are traditionally cultured in outdoor-based systems and therefore have to cope with daily and/or seasonally changing environmental conditions. Temperature changes beyond the optimal range of a species are known to induce an endocrine stress response triggering the release of cortisol, as well as glucocorticoid-mediated changes in the fish's energy metabolism (e.g. reallocation of energy resources) to regain homeostasis. Long-term elevations of cortisol (chronic stress) are known to be detrimental for fish performance. In this study, we investigated the stress response of juvenile milkfish, which were exposed to a gradual temperature increase of 1°C per day in the range from 26°C to 33°C, followed by an exposure to constant 33°C for 21 days. Chronic stress was quantified using ontogenetic (OG) and regenerated (RG) scale cortisol. Changes in energy metabolism were assessed based on the activity of key enzymes in metabolic pathways (isocitrate dehydrogenase - IDH, lactate dehydrogenase - LDH, electron transfer system - ETS), antioxidant-related processes (superoxide dismutase - SOD, catalase - CAT), available energy resources (protein, carbohydrates, lipids), and potential cellular damage due to oxidative stress (lipid peroxidation - LPO). We further analyzed changes in the gut microbiome of the milkfish related to the temperature stress to elucidate their role in the stress response and interactions with physiological parameters. Significant higher RG scale cortisol concentrations were observed in juvenile milkfish exposed constantly to 33°C, compared to individuals kept at 26°C. Even the gradual temperature increase from 26°C to 33°C over 7 days resulted in higher OG scale cortisol concentrations. Although the juvenile milkfish showed reduced growth in the first 7 days at 33°C, overall fish growth was positively affected by higher temperature. After the gradual temperature increase (d0) and partially after 14 days of constantly elevated temperatures (d14), fish in the high temperature treatments exhibited enhanced metabolic rates (ETS, IDH), indications of reduced energy resources (lipid content, hepatosomatic index) as well as clear signs of an elevated oxidative stress response (SOD, LPO). Although individuals were clearly influenced by the higher temperature, towards the end of the experiment metabolic biomarkers suggested that milkfish might had started to habituate to 33°C over time. The gut microbiome was dominated by Cetobacterium, Enterovibrio, and Vibrio. We observed a parallel succession in both temperature treatments, with microbial communities at 33°C differing more strongly from those kept at 26°C after the initial temperature increase and becoming more similar towards the end of the experiment. Of the metabolic biomarkers, HSI exhibited the strongest correlation with gut microbiome composition. As anthropogenic activities affecting the climate are increasing, and taking into account the widespread use of outdoor aquaculture systems, which are prone to natural fluctuations, an increase in temperature is most likely to be considered a stressor in milkfish aquaculture influencing the milkfish holobiont on multiple levels. This study is part of the ACUTE project (AquaCUlture practice in Tropical coastal Ecosystems - Understanding ecological and socio-economic consequences) funded by the Leibniz Association grant SAW-2015-ZMT-4. It is associated with the following publications: Hanke et al. 2019 (doi:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2018.09.016) and Hassenrück et al. (in preparation). The final OTU table as well as the bioinformatic and statistical analysis scripts for Hassenrück et al. (in preparation) are supplied as further details to this data set. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: 53.107804 * LONGITUDE: 8.845476 * LOCATION: Bremen, Germany * METHOD/DEVICE: Laboratory experiment
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (Budapest-Lorinc) * LATITUDE: 47.429100 * LONGITUDE: 19.182200 * ELEVATION: 139.1 m * LOCATION: Hungary, Budapest * CAMPAIGN: WCRP/GEWEX * METHOD/DEVICE: Monitoring station
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  • Abstract: Uranium-lead ratios and trace element abundances for detrital zircon, apatite and titanite in kasten core IN2017_V01-AO42-KC14 from the continental slope of central Wilkes Land in East Antarctica. Ages for each analyses are calculated from the U-Pb ratios. All ages and ratios are shown with one standard error. This data was obtained using laser ablation-inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICPMS). Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: * All analyses marked with an asterisk in the 'Analysis' column were excluded from data interpretation based on criteria provided in the methods. Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: -64.539000 * LONGITUDE: 116.640000 * ELEVATION: -2100.0 m * LOCATION: Sabrina Coast of Wilkes Land, East Antarctica * CAMPAIGN: IN2017_V01 * BASIS: Investigator * METHOD/DEVICE: Kasten corer
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