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SKAGEX Members (2007): Phytoplankton abundance during G. M. Dannevig cruise GMD91/10. Institute of Marine Research, Flødevigen, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.655447, In: SKAGEX Members; Dahlin, Hans; Dubra, Juozas; Dybern, Bernt I; Fennel, Wolfgang; Fogelqvist, Elisabet; Foyn, Lars; Gaul, Horst; Hansen, Hans Peter; Hernroth, Lars; Johannessen, Ola M; Krol, Tadeusz; Lange, Wolfgang; Lindahl, Odd; Slaczka, Wojciech; Talpsepp, Lembit; Vitautas, A (2007): Physical, chemical and biological oceanography from the Skagerrak Experiment (SKAGEX). International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, Copenhagen, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.691398

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Coverage:
Median Latitude: 58.039594 * Median Longitude: 9.802069 * South-bound Latitude: 57.700000 * West-bound Longitude: 8.816700 * North-bound Latitude: 58.383300 * East-bound Longitude: 10.533300
Date/Time Start: 1991-05-12T05:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1991-05-19T12:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, water: m * Maximum DEPTH, water: 30 m
Event(s):
GMD91/10_E10-1 * Latitude: 57.966700 * Longitude: 10.400000 * Date/Time: 1991-05-13T12:00:00 * Elevation: -90.0 m * Location: Skagerrak * Campaign: GMD91/10 * Basis: G. M. Dannevig * Device: Net (NET)
GMD91/10_E10-2 * Latitude: 57.966700 * Longitude: 10.400000 * Date/Time: 1991-05-17T12:00:00 * Elevation: -90.0 m * Location: Skagerrak * Campaign: GMD91/10 * Basis: G. M. Dannevig * Device: Net (NET)
GMD91/10_E12-1 * Latitude: 57.816700 * Longitude: 10.533300 * Date/Time: 1991-05-13T12:00:00 * Elevation: -80.0 m * Location: Skagerrak * Campaign: GMD91/10 * Basis: G. M. Dannevig * Device: Net (NET)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Event labelEvent
2Date/Time of eventDate/Time
3Latitude of eventLatitude
4Longitude of eventLongitude
5Elevation of eventElevationm
6DEPTH, waterDepth watermGeocode
7Depth, top/minDepth topm
8Depth, bottom/maxDepth botm
9Amphidinium sp.Amphidinium sp.#/l
10Amylax triachantaA. triachanta#/l
11Aphanizomenon flos-aquaeA. flos-aquae#/l
12Asterionella glacialisA. glacialis#/l
13Cerataulina pelagicaC. pelagica#/l
14Ceratium furcaC. furca#/l
15Ceratium fususC. fusus#/l
16Ceratium lineatumC. lineatum#/l
17Ceratium longipesC. longipes#/l
18Ceratium triposC. tripos#/l
19Chaetoceros sp.Chaetoceros sp.#/l
20Cryptophyceae sp.Cryptophyceae sp.#/lsize fraction 12-20 µm
21Cryptophyceae sp.Cryptophyceae sp.#/lsize fraction 3-5 µm
22Cryptophyceae sp.Cryptophyceae sp.#/lsize fraction 5-10 µm
23CyanophyceaeCyanophyceae#/l
24Cylindrotheca closteriumC. closterium#/l
25DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 1.5-2 µm; 15-45 µm
26DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 1.5-2 µm; 15-45 µm
27DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 10-20 µm; 15-40 µm
28DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 2-4 µm; 15-40 µm
29DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 4-7 µm; 5-15 µm
30DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 5-10 µm; 10-20 µm
31DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 6-15 µm; 10-25 µm
32DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 8-10 µm; 10-15 µm
33DiatomsDiatoms#/lsize fraction 108 µm; 33 µm
34Diatoms, centralesDiatom cen#/lsize fraction 10-20 µm
35Diatoms, centralesDiatom cen#/lsize fraction 20-40 µm
36Diatoms, centralesDiatom cen#/lsize fraction 40-60 µm
37Diatoms, centralesDiatom cen#/lsize fraction 5-10 µm
38Diatoms, centralesDiatom cen#/lsize fraction >100 µm
39Diatoms, pennalesDiatom pen#/l
40Dichtyocha speculumD. speculum#/l
41Dinobryon sp.Dinobryon sp.#/l
42DinoflagellatesDinofl#/l
43Dinoflagellate indeterminataDinofl indet#/l
44Dinoflagellates, S-shapedDinofl S-shaped#/l
45Dinoflagellates, armouredDinofl armoured#/lsize fraction 10-15 µm
46Dinoflagellates, armouredDinofl armoured#/lsize fraction 15-20 µm
47Dinoflagellates, armouredDinofl armoured#/lsize fraction 20-40 µm
48Dinoflagellates, armouredDinofl armoured#/lsize fraction 40-6 µm
49Dinoflagellates, armouredDinofl armoured#/lsize fraction 6-10 µm
50Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 10-15 µm
51Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 100-140 µm
52Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 15-20 µm
53Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 20-40 µm
54Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 40-60 µm
55Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 6-10 µm
56Dinoflagellates, athecateDinofl athecate#/lsize fraction 60-80 µm
57Dinophysis acuminataD. acuminata#/l
58Dinophysis norvegicaD. norvegica#/l
59Dinophysis rotundataD. rotundata#/l
60Diplopsalis groupDiplopsalis gr#/l
61Ditylum brightwelliiD. brightwellii#/l
62Ebria tripartitaE. tripartita#/l
63Eucampia groenlandicaE. groenlandica#/l
64Eutreptiella sp.Eutreptiella sp.#/l
65FlagellatesFlag#/l
66Flagellates indeterminataFlag indet#/lsize fraction 10-15 µm
67Flagellates indeterminataFlag indet#/lsize fraction 15-20 µm
68Flagellates indeterminataFlag indet#/lsize fraction 3-6 µm
69Flagellates indeterminataFlag indet#/lsize fraction 6-10 µm
70Gonyaulax grindleyiG. grindleyi#/l
71Guinardia flaccidaG. flaccida#/l
72GymnodiniumGymnodinium#/lParameter given as Gymnodinium V
73Gymnodinium sanguineumG. sanguineum#/l
74Gymnodinium sp.Gymnodinium sp.#/l
75Gyrodinium aureolumG. aureolum#/l
76Gyrodinium fusiformeG. fusiforme#/l
77Gyrodinium sp.Gyrodinium sp.#/l
78Gyrosigma sp.Gyrosigma sp.#/l
79Heterocapsa minimaH. minima#/l
80Heterocapsa triquetraH. triquetra#/l
81Katodinium rotundatumK. rotundatum#/l
82Leptocylindrus danicusL. danicus#/l
83Leptocylindrus minimusL. minimus#/l
84Leucocryptus sp.Leucocryptus sp.#/l
85Lingulodinium polyedraL. polyedra#/l
86Mesodinium rubrumM. rubrum#/l
87Microcystis sp.Microcystis sp.#/l
88Nitzschia longissimaN. longissima#/l
89Nitzschia sp.Nitzschia sp.#/l
90Nodularia spumigenaN. spumigena#/l
91Oxytoxum sp.Oxytoxum sp.#/l
92Proboscia alataP. alata#/l
93Prorocentrum balticumP. balticum#/l
94Prorocentrum micansP. micans#/l
95Prorocentrum minimumP. minimum#/l
96Prorocentrum sp.Prorocentrum sp.#/l
97Protoperidinium bipesP. bipes#/l
98Protoperidinium brevipesP. brevipes#/l
99Protoperidinium conicumP. conicum#/l
100Protoperidinium curtipesP. curtipes#/l
101Protoperidinium depressumP. depressum#/l
102Protoperidinium divergensP. divergens#/l
103Protoperidinium pellucidumP. pellucidum#/l
104Protoperidinium sp.Protoperidinium sp.#/l
105Protoperidinium steiniiP. steinii#/l
106Pseudo-nitzschia pseudodelicatissimaP-n pseudodelicatissima#/l
107Pseudo-nitzschia subfraudulentaP-n subfraudulenta#/l
108Pyramimonas spp.Pyramimonas spp.#/l
109Rhizosolenia cf. setigeraR. cf. setigera#/l
110Rhizosolenia cf. stolterfothiiR. cf. stolterfothii#/l
111Rhizosolenia delicatulaR. delicatula#/l
112Rhizosolenia fragilissimaR. fragilissima#/l
113Rhizosolenia hebetataR. hebetata#/l
114Scrippsiella sp.Scrippsiella sp.#/l
115Skeletonema costatumS. costatum#/l
116Thalassionema nitzschioidesT. nitzschioides#/l
117Thalassiosira balticaT. baltica#/l
118Torodinium robustumT. robustum#/l
119cf. Cachonina nieicf. C. niei#/l
120cf. Cladopyxis sp.cf. Cladopyxis sp.#/l
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