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JR271 and JR274 N2O from CTD and Bioassay experiments
Nitrous Oxide (N2O) concentration data from CTD casts and Bioassay experiments during cruises JR271 (North Sea to Arctic Ocean) in June 2012 and JR274 (Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean) in January-February 2013.
Brown I. (1);
Rees A. (1)
(1) Plymouth Marine Laboratory
|Subject||oceans, geoscientificInformation, biota, environment|
The effects of ocean acidification (OA) on nitrous oxide (N2O) production was examined in the northern and southern sub-polar and polar Atlantic Ocean. Two research cruises were performed during June 2012 between the North Sea and Arctic Greenland and Barent Seas (JR271), and in January-February 2013 to the Antarctic Scotia Sea (JR274). Seven stations were occupied in all during which shipboard experimental manipulations of the carbonate chemistry were performed through additions of NaHCO3- + HCl in order to examine the impact of short- term exposure to control and elevated conditions of OA. During each experiment, triplicate incubations were performed at ambient conditions and at 3 lowered levels of pH which varied between 0.06 and 0.4 units according to the total scale and which were targeted at CO2 partial pressures of ~500, 750 and 1000 µatm.
|Temporal coverage||03 June 2012 - 01 February 2013|
|Spatial coverage||Southern Ocean, North Sea, Scotia Sea, Arctic Ocean|
|Discovery metadata record||Link to the related European Directory of Marine Environmental Data (EDMED) record|
|Publisher||British Oceanographic Data Centre - Natural Environment Research Council, UK|
|Publication date||10 December 2015|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.5285/268dfd3b-dcc6-3f4a-e053-6c86abc0c2f9|
|Citation text||Brown I.; Rees A.(2015). Nitrous Oxide (N2O) concentration data from CTD casts and Bioassay experiments during cruises JR271 (North Sea to Arctic Ocean) in June 2012 and JR274 (Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean) in January-February 2013. British Oceanographic Data Centre - Natural Environment Research Council, UK. doi:10/96s.|