Pteropod respiration rates from NW Atlantic and NE Pacific; OC473 (2011) and NH1208 (2012)
Maas, Amy E.
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KeywordRespiration; Cavolinia inflexa; Cavolinia longirostris; Clio pyramidata; Cuvierina columnella; Diacria trispinosa; Limacina retroversa; Styliola subula; Thecosomatous pteropoda
Respiration rates of thecosome pteropod exposed to several O2 and CO2 concentrations. Specimens were collected and measurements taken at sea.
Dataset: pteropod respiration rates and associated metadata.
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