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Stable isotope analysis of invertebrate epifauna collected around Casey station, East Antarctica, for the TRENZ program.

Australian Antarctic Data Centre
STARK, JONATHAN SEAN ; GILLIES, CHRIS ; JOHNSTONE, GLENN JAMES
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A variety of epifaunal invertebrates were collected from hard substrates and soft sediment habitats at various sites in the Windmill Islands near Casey station in East Antarctica. Collected fauna were frozen (-18oC) and returned to Australia for analysis. Stable isotope analysis (carbon and nitrogen) was conducted on 376 samples.

This work was completed as part of ASAC project 2948 (ASAC_2948), "TRENZ: The TRophic Ecology of the antarctic Nearshore Zone: local and global constraints on patterns and processes".

Issued: 2008-07-14

Data time period: 2006-11-08 to 2006-12-30

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110.6,-66.23 110.6,-66.35 110.516,-66.35 110.516,-66.23 110.6,-66.23

110.558,-66.29

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