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CSIRO Australia
    Zooplankton biomass data (wet mass, dry mass) sampled aboard the DERWIN HUNTER, DIAMANTINA, GASCOYNE, and SAGA off Australia in the 1960's.     [copePID:   au-05101]
Temporal Sampling Coverage
Click here for a table and map-based summary of
sampling coverage by year and month.

Graphic:  Histogram of sampling dates: 1959 - 1963
October 1959 - August 1963 Months

Plankton Data Content
Click here for a table and summary of plankton
taxa and species present in this data set.

show biomass data
show zooplankton data
show phytoplankton data
show physical data
show nutrient data
show chlorophyll data
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Ship & Cruise Summary
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dataset cruises and sampling stations.

You can also view data from individual cruises in this section.

Sampling Metadata
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sampling gear, mesh sizes, and methods used.

Investigator Summary
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associated investigators, institutes, and projects.

Data Access & Formats
Click here for data format descriptions and
to download this data collection.

Data Distribution Map

Data Coverage Map: 94 East to 176 East ; -46 South to 0 North
Click on a "Plankton Data Content" icon (to the left)
to see that data type displayed on this map.

( Any gold dots in this map represent non-quantitative samples. )

World Location Map
Graphic:  A world map showing a red box that outlines the geographic coverage of this data set.
The Red Box indicates the area of the focused map above.

This data summary is for just one out of over 150 plankton data sets present in the COPEPOD global plankton database.
If you were dropped here by a search engine, you can find out more about this online database by clicking here.

Sub-Collection:   CSIRO Australia   [au-05101]
South Pacific (28%) , Indian Ocean (56%) , Indonesia (16%)
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