Wold, Anette; Darnis, Gerald; Søreide, Janne E; Leu, Eva; Philippe, Benoit; Fortier, Louis; Poulin, Michel; Kattner, Gerhard; Graeve, Martin; Falk-Petersen, Stig (2011): Diatom abundance and fatty acid composition of ice algae and of Calanus glacialis in samples obtained in 2008 in the eastern Beaufort Sea. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817986, Supplement to: Wold, A et al. (2011): Life strategy and diet of Calanus glacialis during the winter–spring transition in Amundsen Gulf, south-eastern Beaufort Sea. Polar Biology, 34(12), 1929-1946, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00300-011-1062-6
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The copepod Calanus glacialis plays a key role in the lipid-based energy flux in Arctic shelf seas. By utilizing both ice algae and phytoplankton, this species is able to extend its growth season considerably in these seasonally ice-covered seas. This study investigated the impacts of the variability in timing and extent of the ice algal bloom on the reproduction and population success of C. glacialis. The vertical distribution, reproduction, amount of storage lipids, stable isotopes, fatty acid and fatty alcohol composition of C. glacialis were assessed during the Circumpolar Flaw Lead System Study. Data were collected in the Amundsen Gulf, south-eastern Beaufort Sea, from January to July 2008 with the core-sampling from March to April. The reduction in sea ice thickness and coverage observed in the Amundsen Gulf in 2007 and 2008 affected the life strategy and reproduction of C. glacialis. Developmental stages CIII and CIV dominated the overwintering population, which resulted in the presence of very few CV and females during spring 2008. Spawning began at the peak of the ice algal bloom that preceded the precocious May ice break-up. Although the main recruitment may have occurred later in the season, low abundance of females combined with a potential mismatch between egg production/development to the first feeding stage and phytoplankton bloom resulted in low recruitment of C. glacialis in the early summer of 2008.
Median Latitude: 70.753006 * Median Longitude: -124.068059 * South-bound Latitude: 69.922000 * West-bound Longitude: -127.777000 * North-bound Latitude: 71.388800 * East-bound Longitude: -121.786700
Date/Time Start: 2008-02-02T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2008-07-13T00:00:00
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- Wold, A; Darnis, G; Søreide, JE et al. (2011): (Table 2) Dominant ice diatom species in samples obtained during a CCGS Amundsen cruise in 2008. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817981
- Wold, A; Darnis, G; Søreide, JE et al. (2011): (Table 3) Fatty acid composition of ice algae sampled during a CCGS Amundsen cruise in 2008. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817982
- Wold, A; Darnis, G; Søreide, JE et al. (2011): (Table 4) Spawning frequency, egg production and clutch size of Calanus glacialis females obtained during a CCGS Amundsen cruise in 2008. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817983
- Wold, A; Darnis, G; Søreide, JE et al. (2011): (Table 5) Fatty acid and fatty alcohol composition of the neutral lipid fraction of Calanus glacialis females obtained during a CCGS Amundsen cruise in 2008. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817984
- Wold, A; Darnis, G; Søreide, JE et al. (2011): (Table 6) Fatty acid composition of the polar lipid fraction of Calanus glacialis females obtained during a CCGS Amundsen cruise in 2008. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.817985