JGOFS Biogeochemical Properties in the Ocean Mixed Layer

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Abstract:

Field measurements of nutrients, chlorophyll, primary production, bacteria, HPLC pigments, and other biogeochemical parameters are compiled for nine JGOFS time-series and process study sites. Data are provided both as depth profile measurements and as mixed layer averages, and were designed to facilitate regional and global ecosystem model development by providing a consistent set of observations for key JGOFS sites.

Data are presented for four Time-Series locations: BATS, HOT, KERFIX, and Station P, and four U.S. JGOFS Process Study sites: Arabian Sea, Equatorial Pacific (EqPac), North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE), and the U.S. Southern Ocean Survey (which includes two distinct regions: the Ross Sea and Antarctic Polar Front Zone).

Temporal Range:
1959 to 1999
Variables:
Carbon Chlorophyll Dissolved Gases Nutrients
Primary Production Salinity Water Temperature
Vertical Levels:
Ground or water surface
Data Types:
Platform Observation
Data Contributors:
UCAR/NCAR/SERE/ISSE
Institute for the Study of Society and Environment, Societal-Environmental Research and Education Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Related Resources:
Publications:
Kleypas, J.A. and S.C. Doney, 2001: Nutrients, Chlorophyll, Primary Production and Related Biogeochemical Properties in the Ocean Mixed Layer - A Compilation of Data Collected at Nine JGOFS Sites. TN-447+STR, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 55 pp.

Total Volume:
45.8 MB (Entire dataset) Volume details by dataset product
Data Formats:
ASCII (see dataset documentation)
Metadata Record:
Data License:
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