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1. Biological, physical and chemical parameters in water and microbial mat samples from ponds in the Labyrinth area of Wright Valley [K081_2003_2005_NZ_1]
Water and microbial mat communities of the ponds in the Labyrinth area of Wright Valley was investigated to test the hypothesis that the gradient in climatic severity associated with latitudinal and ...


2. Chemical and Physical Characteristics of the Great Lakes (1965-1978) [GLERL0002]
The yearly investigations for the years 1965 to 1974 were formulated and directed by Dr. Arthur P. Pinsak (retired). The 1975 cruises were planned and directed by Gerald L. Bell and Dr. Richard L. ...


3. Cleveland Area Streams Water Quality Data, 1991-1992, from Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District [CSUOHIO_CESTP_EDP_19970030]
This dataset was generated as part of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's (NEORSD) water quality monitoring program, which has conducted routine sampling of area surface waters since 1986. ...


4. JAMSTEC EXTREMOBASE [JAMSTEC_EXTREMOBASE]
Extremophiles Research Program of Extremobiosphere Research Center (XBR) initiated the genome sequencing project of extremophiles for understanding biodiversity and environmental adaptability of microbes. ...


5. LTER Georgia Coastal Ecosystems - October 2001 surface water bacterial productivity at ten Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER sampling sites [page11_LTER_GCE_BCT_GCEM_0302b]   PARENT DIF
Surface water samples were collected during low tide survays near ten Georgia Coastal Ecosystem LTER sampling sites in October, 2001. The incorporation of tritiated leucine in unfiltered samples during ...


6. Lake Erie Water Quality Data, 1991-1992, from Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District [CSUOHIO_CESTP_EDP_19970010]
This data set was generated as part of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District's (NEORSD) water quality monitoring program, which has conducted routine sampling of area surface waters since ...


7. Lake Michigan Ecological Monitoring (1983-1993) [GLERL0009]
This data set contains numerous measurements of chemical, biological, and physical parameters for stations in southeastern Lake Michigan for the period 1983 to the present. Measured variables include ...


8. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/VCR007: Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Microbial Biomass, Growth, and Activity [LTER_VCR007]
LTER/VCR007: Water quality monitoring at 10 permanent stations from the mainland salt marshes to Quinby Inlet was started in July 1988. These stations are sampled monthly for bacterial abundance, ...


9. Survey of Selected Microbial Pathogens in the Salton Sea [usgsbrdnwhc_d_microbpathogens]
This data documents the distribution of known and potential microbial pathogens in the Salton Sea ecosystem to provide baseline information for those tasked to evaluate proposed engineering projects ...


10. Water Quality Data for the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, 1957-1994, from EPA/STORET [CSUOHIO_CESTP_EDP_19970040]
This dataset was compiled as part of the National Park Service's (NPS) Baseline Water Quality Data Inventory and Analysis Project. The objective of this project was to retrieve, format, and analyze ...


11. Water Quality Monitoring Data of the San Joaquin Delta, California [CAL_DWR_MWQI_SJDELTA]
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a source of drinking water for approximately two-thirds of the state of California. The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) monitors the water quality ...


12. Collaborative Research: Importance of Heterotrophic and Phototrophic N2 Fixation in the McMurdo Dry Valleys on Local, Regional and Landscape Scales - award #1246292 [USAP-1246292_1]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica represents the largest perpetually ice-free region on the continent. With the combination of prevailing katabatic winds and extremely low precipitation rates, ...


13. Data for flow cytometry, FlowCam, and microscopy comparison experiment [AAS_4026_Variance_Experiment]   PARENT DIF
This data set was collected from two minicosm experiments conducted at Davis Station, Antarctica. 1. Variance experiment - 2013/14 summer season 2. Ocean acidification experiment - 2014/15 summer ...


14. Ammonia Oxidation Versus Heterotrophy in Crenarchaeota Populations from Marine Environments West of the Antarctic Peninsula [NSF-ANT08-38996]
Ammonia oxidation is the first step in the conversion of regenerated nitrogen to dinitrogen gas, a 3-step pathway mediated by 3 distinct guilds of bacteria and archaea. Ammonia oxidation and the overall ...


15. An Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities [NSF-ANT11-42102]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are among the coldest, driest habitats on the planet. Previous research has documented the presence of surprisingly diverse microbial communities in the soils ...


16. Biology and Integrated Management of Fungi Affecting Tree Fruit Marketability (Methyl Bromide Alternatives) [USDA0516]
The purpose of "Biology and Integrated Management of Fungi Affecting Tree Fruit Marketability (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" is to develop alternatives to Methyl Bromide as a soil fumigant, and decrease ...


17. Collaborative Research: Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter in Pony Lake, Ross Island [NSF-ANT03-38260]
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is a significant chemical component in aquatic systems because it acts as an important carbon source for microorganisms, absorbs harmful radiation in sunlight, is able ...


18. Collaborative Research: Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter in Pony Lake, Ross Island - NSF-ANT03-38342 [NSF-ANT03-38342]
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is a significant chemical component in aquatic systems because it acts as an important carbon source for microorganisms, absorbs harmful radiation in sunlight, is able ...


19. Collaborative Research: Controls over the Spatial Distribution and Activity of Microbial Communities in Antarctic Soils [NSF-ANT09-44556]
Advances in molecular techniques have expanded our understanding of soil microbial communities, and raised important questions about regional and global patterns in microbial diversity. The proposed ...


20. Collaborative Research: EAGER: Processing, Interpretation and Dissemination of the Proof-of-Concept Transient Electromagnetic Survey of the McMurdo Dry Valleys Region - NSF award 1344348 [USAP-1344348]
Intellectual Merit: The MCM-SkyTEM project mapped resistivity in the McMurdo Dry Valleys and at Cape Barne on the Ross Island during the 2011-12 austral season using an airborne transient electromagnetic ...


21. Collaborative Research: The Biogeochemical Evolution of Dissolved Organic Matter in a Fluvial System on the Cotton Glacier, Antarctica [NSF-ANT08-38970]
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) comprises a significant pool of Earth's organic carbon that dwarfs the amount present in living aquatic organisms. The properties and reactivity of DOM are not well ...


22. Controls on climate-active gases by Amundsen Sea ice biota [NSF-ANT08-36144]
Convincing evidence now confirms that polar regions are changing rapidly in response to human activities. Changes in sea ice extent and thickness will have profound implications for productivity, ...


23. Distribution And Ecology Of Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria In The Palmer LTE R Study Area [NSF-ANT02-34249]
This project will investigate the distribution, phylogenetic affinities and ecological aspects of ammonium-oxidizing bacteria in the Palmer Long-Term Ecological Research study area. Ammonia oxidation ...


24. Free-Drifting Icebergs as Proliferating Dispersion Sites of Iron Enrichment, Organic Carbon Production and Export in the Southern Ocean - NSF-ANT06-36543 [NSF-ANT06-36543]
Atmospheric warming has been associated with retreating glaciers, disintegrating ice shelves, and the increasing prevalence of icebergs in the Southern Ocean over the last decade. Our preliminary ...


25. High Resolution Genomic and Proteomic Analyses of a Microbial Transport Mechanism from Antarctic Marine Waters to Permanent Snowpack [NSF-ANT10-43265]
The relatively pristine Antarctic continent with its extensive maritime zone represents a unique location on the planet to investigate the long distance aerial transport and deposition of marine microorganisms. ...


26. IPY: Bacterioplankton Genomic Adaptations to Antarctic Winter [NSF-ANT06-32278]
The Western Antarctic Peninsula is experiencing one of the most rapid rates of climate warming on Earth, with an increase of 5degrees C in the mean winter temperature in 50 years. Impacts on upper ...


27. IPY: Collaborative Research: A Metagenomic Investigation of Adaptation to Prolonged Cold and Dark Conditions of the Lake Vostok Microbial Community [NSF-ANT06-32250]
This project brings together researchers with expertise in molecular microbial ecology, Antarctic and deep sea environments, and metagenomics to address the overarching question: how do ecosystems ...


28. Ice Nucleation by Marine Psychrophiles [NSF-ANT08-01392]
The primary objective of this research is to investigate polar marine psychrophilic bacteria for their potential to nucleate ice using a combination of microbiological, molecular biological and atmospheric ...


29. Integrated Ecological Investigation of McMurdo Dry Valley's Active Soil Microbial Communities [NSF-ANT11-42096]
The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are among the coldest, driest habitats on the planet. Previous research has documented the presence of surprisingly diverse microbial communities in the soils ...


30. Metabolic Activities and Gene Expression of Marine Psychrophiles in Cold Ice [NSF-ANT07-39783]
The mechanisms enabling bacteria to be metabolically active at very low temperatures are of considerable importance to polar microbial ecology, astrobiology, climate and cryopreservation. This research ...


31. Microbial Community Assembly in Coastal Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula [USAP-1141993]
The Western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) has experienced unprecedented warming and shifts in sea ice cover over the past fifty years. How these changes impact marine microbial communities, and subsequently ...


32. Microbially Mediated Alteration of Volcanic Glass using McMurdo Extreme Environments as Natural Laboratories [NSF-ANT07-39712]
This project studies the microbial processes that alter volcanic glass, which is critical to understanding the earliest life on earth. To understand the environmental controls on these processes, ...


33. Molecular Level Characterization of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Microbial Diversity in the WAIS Divide Replicate Core [NSF-ANT11-41936]
This award supports a detailed, molecular level characterization of dissolved organic carbon and microbes in Antarctic ice cores. Using the most modern biological (genomic), geochemical techniques, ...


34. Multidimensional 'omics' characterization of microbial metabolism and dissolved organic matter in Antarctica [USAP-1141978]
Uncovering the dynamics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) is central to an understanding of the global carbon cycle, as organic material from lakes, streams, oceans and soils passes through this pool. ...


35. Photoheterotrophic Microbes in the West Antarctic Peninsula Marine Ecosystem [NSF-ANT08-38830]
Light quality and availability are likely to change in polar ecosystems as ice coverage and thickness decrease. How microbes adjust to these and other changes will have huge impacts on the polar marine ...


36. Protein Folding and Function at Cold Temperature: Co-Evolution of the Chaperonin CCT and Tubulins from Antarctic Fishes [NSF-ANT06-35470]
Since the advent of Antarctic continental glaciation, the opening of the Drake Passage between South America and the Antarctic Peninsula, and the onset of cooling of the Southern Ocean ~38-25 million ...


37. TRacing the fate of Algal Carbon Export in the Ross Sea (TRACERS) [NSF-ANT11-42097]
Sinking particles are a major element of the biological pump and they are commonly assigned to two fates: mineralization in the water column and accumulation at the seafloor. However, there is another ...


38. The Chemical Ecology of Shallow-water Marine Macroalgae and Invertebrates on the Antarctic Peninsula - NSF-ANT04-42857 [NSF-ANT04-42857]
Mesoherbivores, and specifically amphipods, are a conspicuous and dominant component of the macroalgal community in Antarctica. Despite their high abundance, the functional ecology, and particularly ...


39. BACTERIOLOGICAL DATA - UNIVERSITY OF MARSEILLE [COMB01]
ENGLISH Data on bacterial biomass, bacterial processes and adaptation to in situ conditions of ocean; data on quantity and quality of organic matter. Water samples were collected from Niskin bottles. ...


40. Biocontrol of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens Using Natural Attributes of Microbes and Their Environs [USDA0514]
The purpose of "Biocontrol of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens Using Natural Attributes of Microbes and Their Environs" is to characterize naturally-occurring biocontrol systems and identify microbes responsible ...


41. Collaborative Research: What Limits Denitrification and Bacterial Growth in Lake Bonney, Taylor Valley, Antarctica? [NSF-ANT02-30276]
Denitrification is the main process by which fixed nitrogen is lost from ecosystems and the regulation of this process may directly affect primary production and carbon cycling over short and long ...


42. New record of moss and thermophilic bacteria species and physico-chemical properties of geothermal soils on the northwest slope of Mt. Melbourne (Antarctica) in 2002 [Thermophilic_bacteria_Melbourne]
Four samples of surface soils, one with shoots of an unidentified moss species, were collected from a geothermal site on the northwest slope of volcanic Mt. Melbourne (northwest Victoria Land, continental ...


43. Preliminary investigation of thermal biosystem of Mount Rittmann fumaroles (Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica) [Thermal_biosys_MountRittmann]
The biota and environment of fumarolic ground recently discovered near Mount Rittmann are described. Three patches (about 1 m2 each) of the moss Pohlia nutans were found in a minor caldera rim. Cyanophytes, ...


44. SKIS - the Six Kingdom Inventory System - Biodiversity Data by FTP [LIFE_BIOLOGY_SKIS_BIODIVERSITY1]
SKIS is a biodiversity information management system allowing basic data capture with user control over Taxonomic Standards. SKIS_52.ZIP contains the fully functional program - ...


45. WAIS Divide Biological Data from J. Priscu and C. Foreman, Montana State University [Paleo_Records_of_Biotic_and_Abiotic_Particles_in_Polar_Ice_Cores]
Data from J. Priscu and C. Foreman, Montana State University. WAIS Divide core (WDC05Q, Stick D). Ice core samples were decontaminated following (Christner et al., 2005 Icarus, 174: 572-584) and ...


46. Ross Ice Shelf project: water filtering [K061_2017_2018_NZ_1]
This event aims to gather data about and model key processes and process interactions that govern the rate at which the RIS responds to global warming. To do this, we collected oceanogaphic data (CTD, ...


47. Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System. [GLOBEC_041_CHL_005]   PARENT DIF
Characterization of bio-optical properties, the levels of primary and new production, and other carbon fluxes in selected areas of the Humboldt Current System in relation to oceanographic conditions. ...


48. Characterization of phototrophic pigment composition, metabolic processes and carbon pools in northern chile. [GLOBEC_049_CHL_013]   PARENT DIF
Title: Characterization of the phototrophic pigment composition, main metabolic processes and carbon pools occurring in northern chile. A fluorescence peak occurring within the oxygen minimum ...


49. Determination of structure and functioning of the benthic community, pools and fluxes of N-compounds across sediment-water interface on the Concepcion shelf. [GLOBEC_042_CHL_006]   PARENT DIF
Determination of the structure and functioning of the benthic community, and pools and fluxes of N-compounds (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite) across the sediment-water interface in relation to local physical ...


50. Abundance, Biovolume and Biomass of Cyanobacteria and Eukaryotic Pico- and Nanoplankton Measured during the JGOFS Equatorial Pacific Process Study [JGOFS_EQPAC_CYANOBACT_NANOPLANK]
The Equatorial Pacific Process Study (EQPAC) was conducted along 140 deg W longitude during 1992. Four cruises took place: February 3 - March 9, March 19 - April ...


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