Calcification Rates and Biomass of 4 Coral Species, 2 Temperatures and 2 pCO2 Levels from Experiments at LTER site in Moorea, French Polynesia, 2011 (OA_Corals project)
Edmunds, Peter J.
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LocationMoorea, French Polynesia
westlimit: -149.826; southlimit: -17.4907; eastlimit: -149.826; northlimit: -17.4907
Keywordocean acidification; calcification; corals; Pocillopora meandrina; Porites; Acropora pulchra; Millepora platyphylla; LTER; Moorea
This dataset contains area-normalized calcification (mg cm-2 d-1) and biomass normalized calcification (mg mg-1) for Pocillopora meandrina, massive Porites spp., Acropora pulchra and Millepora platyphylla, as a function of pCO2 (408 µatm versus 913 µatm) and temperature (28.0°C and 30.1°C), collected and measured in Moorea in 2011. These data were published in Brown & Edmunds (2016) Marine Biology, Fig. 1. For a complete list of measurements, refer to the supplemental document 'Field_names.pdf', and a full dataset description is included in the supplemental file 'Dataset_description.pdf'. The most current version of this dataset is available at: http://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/641479
Dataset: MarBio. 2016: calcification and biomass
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