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SS2011_T02    - is a Marine National Facility voyage

Period: 2011-06-07 00:00 to 2011-06-15 00:00 UTC

Duration: 8.00 days

From: Auckland To: Hobart

Region: Tasman Sea

Ship: Southern Surveyor [details]

Description: Towards an understanding of mid-trophic biomass, distribution, variability and energetics in ocean ecosystems. Scientific Objectives: The water column comprises more than 90% of the earths living space and its deep water component is probably the largest and least-known major faunal group on Earth despite its obvious importance at the global scale (Robison, 2009). Biological communities in these habitats are dominated by meso-zooplankton and micronekton (fishes, crustaceans, squids and gelatinous zooplankton, 2-20 cm length) that are crucial to the foodwebs of pelagic and demersal predators (e.g. Bulman et al. 2001. The micronekton of the ocean is involved in a vertical migration from deep to shallow depths and, again, while little understood, probably accounts for the bulk of global ocean biomass. This ecological system is under threat from a broad range of influences including climate change and carbon dioxide (ocean acidification) (Robison, 2009). The Tasman Sea is a high priority region as it is predicted to be a global temperature change hot spot (Cai et al., 2005). This large predicted temperature shift in the Tasman Sea will have major impacts on the structure and function of the ecosystem from biogeochemistry, plankton, micronecton and nekton to depths in excess of 400 m. During this voyage we will be refining methods to interpret basin scale acoustic sampling with targeted mid-water net sampling and multi-frequency acoustic and optical sensing. This refinement will contribute to the IMOS bio-acoustic sampling program.

Leader: R. Kloser

Project: Unknown (no details available) [details]


Voyage extents: 43° 38.1' S to 34° 19.9' S    147° 20.3' E to 174° 58.6' E Get voyage track shapefile Get CSV


Marlin Metadata:-

  • CSIRO Micronekton Database: 1992 to 2018 [details]

  • IMOS - AusCPR: Phytoplankton Abundance [details]

  • IMOS - AusCPR: Phytoplankton and Zooplankton Abundance - Global Continuous Plankton dataset (GACs) [details]

  • IMOS - AusCPR: Zooplankton Abundance [details]

  • IMOS Bio-Acoustic Ships of Opportunity (BA SOOP) Sub-Facility [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2011_T02 ADCP (No Data) [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2011_T02 Multibeam Echosounder Data [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2011_T02 Raw Data Tapes and Documentation [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2011_T02 Underway Data [details]

  • IPT Metadata:-

  • Australian National Fish Collection (ANFC)

    View at      Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS)      OBIS Australia IPT      Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)

  • IMOS - Phytoplankton Abundance and Biovolume (CPR), Australia (2007 to present)

    View at      Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS)      OBIS Australia IPT      Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)

  • IMOS - Zooplankton Abundance and Biomass Index (CPR)

    View at      Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS)      OBIS Australia IPT      Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)

  • Participants - on ship:- Click on column header to sort

    NameRoleOrganisation
    Antony Gould Ph.D. Student UWS
    Blaise Bratter Student University of New South Wales
    Dave Terhell MNF Hydrochemistry Support CMAR
    David McLeod CPR Scientist CSIRO
    Jason Reynolds Student UWS
    Julia Reisser PI, Floating Marine Debris CSIRO & UWA
    Lindsay Pender MNF Computing Support/Voy Manager CMAR
    Luana Lins Ph.D. student, isopods University of Sydney
    Mailie Gall Ph.D. student, productivity UWS
    Matt Sherlock MNF Electronics Support CMAR
    Sebastian Holmes Chief Investigator UWS
    Tiffany Cole Honours student UWS
    Trevor Goodwin MNF Electronics Support CMAR

    This list includes those that may have only been on part of the voyage. See voyage reports on 'Reports and Maps' tab for details.

    MNF Reports

    Publications from data derived from this voyage

    Journal Article

    • Kloser, Rudy J.,Ryan, Tim E.,Keith, Gordon,Gershwin, Lisa (2016) Deep-scattering layer, gas-bladder density, and size estimates using a two-frequency acoustic and optical probe. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 73 pp2037-2048. 10.1093/icesjms/fsv257

    • Reisser, Julia,Shaw, Jeremy,Wilcox, Chris,Hardesty, Britta Denise,Proietti, Maira,Thums, Michele,Pattiaratchi, Charitha,Hays, Graeme Clive (2013) Marine Plastic Pollution in Waters around Australia: Characteristics, Concentrations, and Pathways. PLoS ONE 8 ppe80466-. 10.1371/journal.pone.0080466

    Report

    • Sutton, Caroline; Kloser, Rudy; Gershwin, Lisa. Micronekton in southern Australia and the Southern Ocean: A collation of the biomass, abundance, diversity and distribution data from CSIRO’s historical mesopelagic depth stratified net samples.. Hobart: CSIRO; 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/365479?index=1

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    Data publishing

    This is a list of online datasets hosted by CSIRO. Other processed datasets hosted by collaborating organisations may be found on the 'Metadata' tab.
    Use the Get data link on the right to extract data using the NCMI Data Trawler.

    Data StreamData SummaryGet data
    Marine biodiversity observations and/or samples
    Time (UTC): 2011-06-07 09:24 to 2011-11-06 10:06
    Latitude: -43.47 to -34.33
    Longitude: 148.32 to 174.34
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    CPR
    Time (UTC): 2011-06-07 09:06 to 2011-06-18 13:06
    Latitude: -43.53 to -34.33
    Longitude: 148.24 to 174.34
    Deployments: 9
    Zooplankton count: 982
    Phytoplankton count: 147
    Plankton Coloor Index count: 192
    External link - Get CPR Data from IMOS in CSV format
    Multibeam echosounder
    Time (UTC): 2011-06-07 01:06 to 2011-06-14 21:06
    Latitude: -43.63 to -34.33
    Longitude: 147.35 to 174.94
    Datafiles: 68
    Total size: 1.08 Gb
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    pCO2
    Time (UTC): 2011-06-06 21:27 to 2011-06-14 13:22
    Latitude: -43.47 to -34.33
    Longitude: 148.33 to 174.98
    Observations: 6211
    External link - get datafile at IMOS
    Underway
    Time (UTC): 2011-06-06 19:06 to 2011-06-14 21:06
    Latitude: -36.84
    Longitude: 174.76
    Track length: 2979.802 km
    Locations: 139,353
    Measurements: 3,320,100
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    Download NetCDF dataset ss2011_t02UWYnc.zip

    Deployments by start time:- Click on column header to sort. Use link on 'Deployment' to see full details. Use the CSV button at the bottom to export data (tab delimited).

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    Deployment OperationStationCastGearProject Start and end timesStart LocationEnd LocationDepthDescription
    Multibeam echosounder [details]   EM300 Multibeam Echosounder 2011-06-07 01:31 2011-06-14 21:24 -36.0732 174.9414 -42.8850 147.3387 3131.1
    Underway System [details]   Air Temperature Sensor-HMT333,Barometer,Fluorometer,Gill Ultrasonic Wind Sensor,Gill Ultrasonic Wind Sensor,Humidity Sensor-HMT333,IMOS Port Pyranometer-SN 35122F3,IMOS Port Radiometer-SN 35111F3,IMOS Stbd Pyranometer-SN 35123F3,IMOS Stbd Radiometer-SN 35093F3,IMOS rain gauge,IMOS rain gauge,Licor-UWQ 3708,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young Rain Gauge,Remote Temperature (T)-SN 2621,Seapath 200,Seapath 200,Seapath 200,Ships log,Simrad EK60 echosounder,ThermoSalinoGraph (TSG)-SS-SN 1777 500 2011-06-06 19:59 2011-06-14 21:32 -36.8392 174.7579 -42.8863 147.3386

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