Select the region of interest and a list will be generated of zooplankton and phytoplankton taxa that have been found in samples from that region at least once, together with the number of samples analysed in that region. The list of taxa begins with the most frequently occurring taxa, with the number of samples in which it occurred to the left. Check your taxa of interest and then check 'graph' to display the time series.
Notes: Zooplankton abundances are expressed as mean number of individuals per sample (a sample is approximately 3 m-3) and phytoplankton abundances are expressed as mean number of cells per sample, although phytoplankton counts should only be considered as semi-quantitative. Specific names used are in accordance with the CPR database maintained by SAHFOS and are not necessarily the most recent specific name in use. See Richardson et al. (2006), for more details on taxonomic names used.
Acknowledgment to be used in any reports/publications (but please check prior to final publication for amendments):
Pacific CPR data collection is supported by a consortium for the North Pacific CPR survey coordinated by the North Pacific Marine Science Organisation (PICES) and comprising the North Pacific Research Board (NPRB), Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council (EVOS TC), Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and the the Marine Biological Association of the UK (MBA).
Please send a copy of any publications/reports arising from the use of Pacific CPR data to Co-ordinator Pacific CPR Survey, Clare Ostle, email@example.com
AKsh = Alaskan Shelf
AleutSh = Aleutian Shelf
CoastBC = Coastal British Columbia
CookIn = Cook Inlet
NEJap = North East Japan Shelf
NGoA = Northen Gulf of Alaska
Offshore BC = Offshore British Columbia
SouthBerSea = Southern Bering Sea
WGoA = Western Gulf of Alaska
WNPacific = Western North Pacific
Choose the region you are interested in: