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    Zooplankton Abundancies White Sea, 1972 5,192 occurrences

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    Dataset of macrozoobenthos communities of the Lomonossov Ridge, 1995-1998 1,677 occurrences

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    Describe distribution, standing stock, population dynamics and production of Strongylocentrotus pallidus in the northern Barents Sea. 11 occurrences

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    Dataset of the infauna of the Arctic Canada Basin. 177 occurrences

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    To study composition and distribution of zooplankton in the Arctic Ocean. 455 occurrences

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    To assess species composition, abundance, distribution and biomass of zooplankton across the Canadian Beaufort 11,090 occurrences

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    To assess the species composition, abundance and distribution of the macrobenthos in Fram Strait 850 occurrences

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    The Kittlitz&#39;s Murrelet <i>Brachyramphus brevirostris</i> is a bird species of environmental concern, and only 21 confirmed nest locations are published for North America. Drastic population declines are reported in its southern distributional range. This bird is found in subarctic and warmer regions near glaciers, also occurring in Russia. A wider analysis of these nest sites is coming forward, and it appears that these nests are associated with glaciers and volcano slopes. However, this is only an impression based on the small sample of nests. Dataset credit &#61; ArcOD/AOOS 21 occurrences

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    Zoobenthos data from the Southern Beaufort Sea, 1971-1975. n 2012 and 2013, Fisheries and Oceans Canada conducted benthic imagery surveys in the Davis Strait and Baffin Basin in two areas then closed to bottom fishing, the Hatton Basin Voluntary Closure (now the Hatton Basin Conservation Area) and the Narwhal Closure (now partially in the Disko Fan Conservation Area). The photo transects were established as long-term biodiversity monitoring sites to monitor the impact of human activity, including climate change, on the region’s benthic marine biota in accordance with the protocols of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program established by the Council of Arctic Flora and Fauna. These images were analyzed in a techncial report that summarises the epibenthic megafauna found in seven image transects from the Disko Fan Conservation Area. A total of 480 taxa were found, 280 of which were identified as belonging to one of the following phyla: Annelida, Arthropoda, Brachiopoda, Bryozoa, Chordata, Cnidaria, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Nemertea, and Porifera. The remaining 200 taxa could not be assigned to a phylum and were categorised as Unidentified. Each taxon was identified to the lowest possible taxonomic level, typically class, order, or family. The summaries for each of the taxa include their identification numbers in the World Register of Marine Species and Integrated Taxonomic Information System’s databases, taxonomic hierarchies, images, and written descriptions. The report is intended to provide baseline documentation of the epibenthic megafauna in the Disko Fan Conservation Area, and serve as a taxonomic resource for future image analyses in the Arctic.The report is in press and a full citation will be provide in August 2018: Baker, E., Beazley, L., McMillan, A., Rowsell, J. and Kenchington, E. 2018. 2,212 occurrences

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    Dataset of sipunculan abundance of 5 species found during ten cruises from 1997 to 2006 in the Barents Sea. 199 occurrences