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36-year time series (1963-1998) of zooplankton, temperature, and salinity in the White Sea [CD-ROM]
Berger, V.J.; Naumov, A.D.; Usov, N.; Zubaha, M.; Smolyar, I.; Tatusko, R.; Levitus, S. (2003). 36-year time series (1963-1998) of zooplankton, temperature, and salinity in the White Sea [CD-ROM]. International Ocean Atlas and Information Series, 7. [S.n.]: [s.l.]. IV, 362 pp.
Part of: International Ocean Atlas and Information Series. Ocean Climate Laboratory: Washington, more

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  • Berger, V.J.; Naumov, A.D.; Usov, N.; Zubaha, M.; Smolyar, I.; Tatusko, R.; Levitus, S. (2003). 36-year time series (1963-1998) of zooplankton, temperature, and salinity in the White Sea [CD-ROM]. NOAA Atlas NESDIS, 57. [S.n.]: [s.l.]. IV, 362 pp., more

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    Marine

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  • Berger, V.J., more
  • Naumov, A.D.
  • Usov, N.
  • Zubaha, M.
  • Smolyar, I.
  • Tatusko, R., more
  • Levitus, S., more

Abstract
    The present study is based on marine physical and biological observations since 1961.The data on zooplankton has been collected since 1963 in the vicinity of the White SeaBiological Station of the Zoological Institute, RAS, (Chupa Inlet of Kandalaksha Bay, CapeKartesh). Temperature and salinity measurements have been carried out since 1961. The studydescribes the seasonal and long-term dynamics of oceanographic parameters and planktonabundance, giving special consideration to long-term trends. The effects on plankton due toextreme oceanographic conditions are estimated, and the anomalies of plankton seasonaldynamics during cold and warm, high- and low-salinity years are shown. The influence of longtermsalinity and temperature variations on the plankton community is examined. Thetemperature optima of dominant plankton species are determined according to the long-termdynamics of their abundance. The raw data are available on a CD-ROM and via the Internet athttp://www.nodc.noaa.gov/OC5/indprod.html.

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  • 36-year Time Series (1963-1998) of zooplankton, temperature and salinity in the White Sea, more

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