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Seabirds, gyres and global trends in plastic pollution
Fulmars are effective biological indicators of the abundance of floating plastic marine debris. Long-term data reveal high plastic abundance in the southern North Sea, gradually decreasing to the north at increasing distance ...
Cruise Report C-115 : scientific activities undertaken - SSV Corwith Cramer, Lisbon, Portugal - Funchal, Madeira - Port Royal, Antigua - Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, November 29, 1990 to January 7, 1991
(SEA Education Association, 1991-01)
This cruise report outlines the scientific research and academic program conducted on board SSV Corwith Cramer during late fall of 1990.
Cruise Report W-37 : scientific activities undertaken aboard R/V Westward, San Juan - Miami, November 30, 1977- January 11, 1978
(SEA Education Association, 1978-01)
The educational program offered as the W-37 component of Introduction to Marine Science (NS 225 at Boston University) consisted of a formal classroom learning experience (31 lectures or seminars were presented), ...
Cruise Report W-50 : scientific activities undertaken aboard the R/V Westward, Miami - Miami, 6 February 1980 - 19 March 1980
(SEA Education Association, 1980-03)
The purpose of this Cruise Report is to present a brief outline of the scientific activities completed aboard R/V Westward during W-50. Reports of the status of ongoing projects and of the traditional academic program ...
Cruise Report S-224 : scientific data collected aboard SSV Robert C. Seamans, Honolulu, HI- San Francisco, CA, 22 June 2009 – 19 July 2009
(SEA Education Association, 2009-07)
An extensive oceanographic investigation of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre was conducted during Sea Education Association’s cruise S224, Honolulu, HI to San Francisco, CA (see Figure 1). As part of SEA’s educational ...
Cruise Report S-206 : Scientific data collected aboard SSV Robert C. Seamans, Seattle, WA – Victoria, British Columbia – Skung Gwaii, Anthony Island – Tahsis, British Columbia – San Francisco, CA. 7 July – 2 August, 2006
(SEA Education Association, 2006-08)
This cruise report provides a record of data collected during S206 aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans from Seattle, Washington to San Francisco, California (Figure 1) with stops at Victoria, British Columbia, Skung Gwaii ...
Oligotyping reveals community level habitat selection within the genus Vibrio
(Frontiers Media, 2014-11-13)
The genus Vibrio is a metabolically diverse group of facultative anaerobic bacteria, common in aquatic environments and marine hosts. The genus contains several species of importance to human health and aquaculture, including ...
Cruise Report S-207 : Scientific data collected aboard SSV Robert C. Seamans, San Diego, California – La Paz, Baja California Sur – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 12 October – 20 November, 2006
(SEA Education Association, 2006-11)
This cruise report provides a record of data collected during S207 aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans from San Diego, California to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (Figure 1) with a stop at La Paz on the southeastern shore of Baja ...
Cruise Report C-200 : Scientific data collected aboard SSV Corwith Cramer, Woods Hole, MA – Sable Island, Canada – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Woods Hole, MA, 6 July, 2005 – 2 August, 2005
(SEA Education Association, 2005-08)
This cruise report provides a record of data collected during C200 aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer from Woods Hole, MA, USA to Sable Island, Canada, continuing on to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and returning to Woods Hole ...
Cruise Report W-61 : scientific activities undertaken aboard R/V Westward, St. Thomas - Margarita - Kralendijk - Roatan - Miami, 2 December 1981 - 13 January 1982
(SEA Education Association, 1982-01)
This cruise report is intended to serve as a summary of the scientific research and academic program conducted on the sixty-first cruise of the research vessel Westward, which took place between 2 December 1981 and 13 ...