Teuber, Lena; Kiko, Rainer; Séguin, François; Auel, Holger (2013): Respiration rates of tropical Atlantic copepods from the Cape Verde Islands. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.816158, Supplement to: Teuber, L et al. (2013): Respiration rates of tropical Atlantic copepods in relation to the oxygen minimum zone. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 448, 28-36, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2013.06.012
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Copepods were sampled at two sampling sites off the island of São Vicente, Cape Verde Archipelago, in spring (March/April) and early summer (May/June) of 2010. The two sampling sites were located in Mindelo Bay (16.90N, 25.01W; bottom depth 22 m) and around 8 km off the town of São Pedro (16.77N, 25.12W; bottom depth 800 m). Samples were collected on board the local fishing vessel 'Sinagoga' using a WP-2 net (Hydrobios, 0.26 m**2 mouth opening, 200 µm mesh size). The net was either applied as a driftnet, drifting for 10 min in 22 to 0 m depth below the surface, or it was towed vertically with a towing speed of 0.5 m/s**1. For stratified sampling, the net was deployed in repetitive hauls from 560 to 210 m, from 210 to 80 m, and from 80 to 0 m in March/April and from 600 to 300 m, 300 to 100 m, and 100 to 0 m in May/June. Additional depth-integrated hauls were conducted from 600-0 m or 500-0 m during both field campaigns. Respiration rates of epi- and mesopelagic calanoid copepods were measured in the land-based laboratory at the Instituto Nacional de Desenvolvimento das Pescas (INDP) in Mindelo. Oxygen consumption was measured non-invasively by optode respirometry at three different ambient temperatures (13, 18, and 23°C) with a 10-channel oxygen respirometer (Oxy-10 Mini, PreSens Precision Sensing GmbH, Regensburg, Germany). All experiments were run in darkness in temperature-controlled incubators (LMS Cooled Incubator Series 1A, Model 280) equipped with water baths to ensure constant temperatures throughout the experiments, tolerating a variation of ±1°C.
Median Latitude: 16.782381 * Median Longitude: -25.110476 * South-bound Latitude: 16.770000 * West-bound Longitude: -25.120000 * North-bound Latitude: 16.900000 * East-bound Longitude: -25.020000
Date/Time Start: 2010-03-30T14:43:00 * Date/Time End: 2010-06-05T15:40:00
Minimum DEPTH, water: 8 m * Maximum DEPTH, water: 450 m
MindeloBay-01 * Latitude: 16.900000 * Longitude: -25.020000 * Date/Time: 2010-03-30T14:43:00 * Elevation: -22.0 m * Location: Cape Verde * Method/Device: Drift net (DRIFT-NET) * Comment: Cape Verde Zooplankton Respiration Project.
MindeloBay-02 * Latitude: 16.900000 * Longitude: -25.020000 * Date/Time: 2010-04-01T14:30:00 * Elevation: -22.0 m * Location: Cape Verde * Method/Device: Drift net (DRIFT-NET) * Comment: Cape Verde Zooplankton Respiration Project.
SaoPedro-01 * Latitude: 16.770000 * Longitude: -25.120000 * Date/Time: 2010-04-05T11:40:00 * Elevation: -800.0 m * Location: Cape Verde * Method/Device: WP-2 towed closing plankton net (WP2) * Comment: Cape Verde Zooplankton Respiration Project.
Depth, water describes the mid depth of the sampling intervall.
|#||Name||Short Name||Unit||Principal Investigator||Method/Device||Comment|
|2||Latitude of event||Latitude|
|3||Longitude of event||Longitude|
|4||DEPTH, water||Depth water||m||Geocode|
|5||Depth, top/min||Depth top||m||Teuber, Lena|
|6||Depth, bottom/max||Depth bot||m||Teuber, Lena|
|10||Date||Date||Teuber, Lena||Date of experiment|
|11||Elapsed time||ETIM||s||Teuber, Lena||Time between sampling and experiment|
|12||Temperature, technical||T tech||°C||Teuber, Lena||Experimental temperature|
|13||Individual dry mass||Ind dm||mg||Teuber, Lena|
|14||Individual respiration rate||Ind resp||µmol/#/h||Teuber, Lena||Oxygen optode, mini sensor spot|
|15||Respiration rate, dry mass-specific||Resp d m||µmol/g/h||Teuber, Lena||Oxygen optode, mini sensor spot|
|16||Individuals||Ind||#||Teuber, Lena||Counting||Individuals per vial|
|17||Duration||Duration||h||Teuber, Lena||Duration of experiment|
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