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SS2012_T07    - is a Marine National Facility voyage

Period: 2012-10-15 00:00 to 2012-10-24 00:00 UTC

Duration: 9.00 days

From: Darwin To: Cairns

Region: North Eastern Australian Coast, Gulf of Carpentaria and Great Barrier Reef.

Ship: Southern Surveyor [details]

Description: MNF Southern Surveyor research voyage SS2012_t07. 1) Epibenthic communities of northern Australia (Belinda Alvarez de Glasby(MAGNT)). 2) An examination of the microbial oceanography of north-eastern Australia (Martina Doblin (UTS). Scientific Objectives (1) 1. To use a remotely operated underwater video camera (ROV) to explore two areas along the transit voyage track of RV Southern Surveyor from Darwin to Cairns for discovery of habitat-forming and bioactive epibenthic fauna. 2. To collect epibenthic fauna using a sled thereby ground-truthing the video data. 3. To sort, photograph, document and prepare taxonomic vouchers of the samples captured with the benthic sled. 4. To deposit taxonomic vouchers of all samples at MAGNT for curation, registration and distribution to the appropriate taxonomic experts for taxonomic identification. 5. To prepare and freeze suitable samples for screening of bioactive compounds and accession them at the AIMS Bioresources library for future export to the US National Cancer Institute (NCI) laboratories or for research on marine natural products. 6. To correlate biodiversity measure obtained from the survey with available physical datasets from GA (e.g. geomorphology, sediment grain-size). Scientific Objectives (2) The major biotic players in controlling the function of the global ocean are microorganisms. To fully understand the basic biological and chemical dynamics of ocean ecosystems, the identity and role of the microbial assemblages inhabiting seawater must be accurately defined. The proposed research will provide an important new platform for understanding the ecology and biogeochemistry of this region. The specific objectives of the proposed research are to: 1. Provide a first characterisation of the taxonomy, diversity and biogeography of prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms inhabiting Australia's NE ocean waters; 2. Assess the physiological and biogeochemical potential of the microbial communities inhabiting this region; 3. Characterise the light climate to define optical niches for growth of marine primary producers and undertake manipulative experiments to examine optical regulation of carbon fixation; 4. Characterise the eco-physiology and fine-scale community structure of abundant microbial primary producers, including Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus and photosynthetic pico-eukaryotes; 5. Establish and test new microbial oceanography experimentation protocols, while also providing valuable training to students and early career researchers in oceanographic research practices. Please note this is a part extract, see Voyage plan for complete details.

Leader: M. Doblin (UTS)

Project: National Facility External Users: M Doblin (UTS) [details]


Voyage extents: 16° 55.7' S to 9° 15.9' S    130° 41.8' E to 146° 03.7' E Get voyage track shapefile Get CSV


Marlin Metadata:-

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 ADCP Data [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 CTD Data [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 Hydrology Data [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 Multibeam Echosounder Data [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 Raw Data Tapes and Documentation [details]

  • Southern Surveyor Voyage SS2012_T07 Underway Data [details]

  • IPT Metadata:-

  • Marine Microbes from RV Southern Surveyor voyage SS2012_T07, Australia (2012)

    View at      Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS)      OBIS Australia IPT

  • Northern Australian Marine Invertebrate Catalogue, Australia (2009-012)

    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
    Belinda Glasby Co-Chief Scientist Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery
    Brett Muir MNF Electronics Support CMAR
    Charlotte Robinson PhD Student University of Technology Sydney
    Elizabeth Dethmers Charles Darwin University
    Justin Seymour Supporting Chief Scientist Shift leader A University of Technology Sydney
    Lauren Messer PhD Student University of Technology Sydney
    Lindsay Pender MNF Computing Support CMAR
    Lisa Woodward MNF Voyage Manager CMAR
    Mark Brown Supporting Chief Scientist Shift leader B University of New South Wales
    Martin Ostrowski Supporting Scientist Macquarie University
    Martina Doblin Co-Chief Scientist University of Technology Sydney
    Neil Smit NRETAS-Marine Biodiversity
    Peter Hughes MNF Hydrochemistry Support CMAR
    Rachel Przeslawski Geoscience Australia
    Rick Smith MNF Swath 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

    • Doblin, Martina A.,Petrou, Katherina,Sinutok, Sutinee,Seymour, Justin R.,Messer, Lauren F.,Brown, Mark V.,Norman, Louiza,Everett, Jason D.,McInnes, Allison S.,Ralph, Peter J. (2016) Nutrient uplift in a cyclonic eddy increases diversity, primary productivity and iron demand of microbial communities relative to a western boundary current. PeerJ 4 ppe1973-. 10.7717/peerj.1973

    • Jeffries, Thomas Charles,Curlevski, Nathalie J.,Brown, Mark Vincent,Harrison, Daniel P.,Doblin, Martina A.,Petrou, Katherina,Ralph, Peter J.,Seymour, Justin R. (2016) Partitioning of fungal assemblages across different marine habitats. Environmental Microbiology Reports 8 pp235-238. 10.1111/1758-2229.12373

    • Moore, Lisa R.,Huang, Taotao,Ostrowski, Martin,Mazard, Sophie,Kumar, Sheemal S.,Gamage, Hasinika K. A. H.,Brown, Mark V.,Messer, Lauren F.,Seymour, Justin R.,Paulsen, Ian T. (2019) Unicellular Cyanobacteria Are Important Components of Phytoplankton Communities in Australia‚Äôs Northern Oceanic Ecoregions. Frontiers in Microbiology 9 pp-. 10.3389/fmicb.2018.03356

    • Przeslawski, Rachel,Alvarez, Belinda,Kool, Johnathan,Bridge, Tom,Caley, M. Julian,Nichol, Scott,Bell, James (2015) Implications of Sponge Biodiversity Patterns for the Management of a Marine Reserve in Northern Australia. PLOS ONE 10 ppe0141813-. 10.1371/journal.pone.0141813

    Report

    • Przeslawski R, Alvarez de Glasby B, Smit N, Evans-Illidge L, & Dethmers K. 2013. Benthic Biota of Northern Australia: SS2012t07 Post-survey Report. GA Record 2013/07.

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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.
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    Data StreamData SummaryGet data
    ADCP Data
    Time (UTC): 2012-10-17 15:10 to 2012-10-23 16:10
    Latitude: -16.30 to -9.78
    Longitude: 136.52 to 146.06
    Ensembles: 1,329
    Depth per cell: 8 m
    Cells per ensemble: 80
    Ensemble period: 300 sec
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    Download NetCDF ss2012_t07_ADCP_nc.zip

    Download Processing Report ss2012_t07ADCP.pdf

    Marine biodiversity observations and/or samples
    Time (UTC): 2012-09-15 00:00 to 2012-10-23 04:00
    Latitude: -16.30 to -10.79
    Longitude: 126.91 to 146.06
    Depth range: 5 to 125 m
    Occurrences: 140675
    Taxa count: 1140
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    CTD profile
    Time (UTC): 2012-10-16 03:10 to 2012-10-23 04:10
    Latitude: -16.30 to -9.39
    Longitude: 132.37 to 146.06
    Quantity: 17 Casts
    Max Pressure: 181 db
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    Download CTD plots ss2012_t07_CTD_profile_plots_pdf.zip

    Download NetCDF data ss2012_t07_CTD_avg_nc.zip

    Processing report: ss2012_t07ctd.pdf

    Hydrology
    Time (UTC): 2012-10-16 03:10 to 2012-10-23 04:10
    Latitude: -16.30 to -9.39
    Longitude: 132.37 to 146.06
    Quantity: 17 Casts
    Max Pressure: 181.2 db
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    Download NetCDF format ss2012_t07_Hydro_nc.zip

    Download Processing report ss2012_t07HYD.pdf

    Multibeam echosounder
    Time (UTC): 2012-10-15 22:10 to 2012-10-23 20:10
    Latitude: -16.76 to -9.27
    Longitude: 131.69 to 146.00
    Datafiles: 206
    Total size: 6.49 Gb
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    Underway
    Time (UTC): 2012-10-15 09:10 to 2012-10-23 21:10
    Latitude: -12.47
    Longitude: 130.85
    Track length: 2933.904 km
    Locations: 147,126
    Measurements: 3,090,499
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    Download 5 sec NetCDF dataset ss2012_t07UWYnc.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
    ADCP Data [details]   RDI Ocean Surveyor Acoustic Doppler current profiler 2375 2012-10-17 15:03 2012-10-23 16:36 -10.9880 136.5209 -16.2743 145.9826 645.5
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 1   Cast 1 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-16 03:35 2012-10-16 03:41 -10.7940 132.3653 -10.7941 132.3635 43.4
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 2   Cast 2 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-17 04:05 2012-10-17 04:09 -11.2159 134.7478 -11.2149 134.7456 26.1
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 3   Cast 3 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-18 07:05 2012-10-18 07:13 -10.8182 137.5523 -10.8177 137.5524 45.6
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 4   Cast 4 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-18 13:29 2012-10-18 13:39 -10.8066 138.4341 -10.8063 138.4340 45.8
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 5   Cast 5 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-18 19:32 2012-10-18 19:41 -10.8135 139.3849 -10.8134 139.3852 45.3
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 6   Cast 6 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-19 05:19 2012-10-19 05:28 -10.8015 140.2703 -10.8013 140.2706 50.4
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 7   Cast 7 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-19 11:00 2012-10-19 11:10 -10.8039 141.0010 39
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 8   Cast 8 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-19 17:59 2012-10-19 18:04 -10.7453 141.6693 -10.7444 141.6695 10.2
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 9   Cast 9 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-20 10:04 2012-10-20 10:12 -9.3872 143.6556 -9.3871 143.6555 38.1
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 10   Cast 10 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-20 19:05 2012-10-20 19:14 -9.7517 144.4621 -9.7522 144.4617 76.3
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 11   Cast 11 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-21 04:01 2012-10-21 04:13 -10.8096 144.1193 -10.8066 144.1209 150.7
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 12   Cast 12 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-21 10:55 2012-10-21 11:08 -11.6779 144.2266 -11.6761 144.2262 150.7
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 13   Cast 13 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-21 19:00 2012-10-21 19:11 -12.7074 144.7004 -12.7072 144.7011 119.4
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 14   Cast 14 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-22 03:59 2012-10-22 04:14 -13.8563 144.6754 -13.8548 144.6761 181.2
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 15   Cast 15 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-22 10:56 2012-10-22 11:09 -14.3478 145.3833 -14.3471 145.3837 151
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 16   Cast 16 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-22 19:01 2012-10-22 19:13 -15.3247 145.8469 -15.3253 145.8473 140.6
    CTD Cast / Hydrology [details] 17   Cast 17 CTD 21,Conductivity CTD 21 - SN 3309,Fluorometer-CTD 21 -Chelsea-06-5941-001,Licor - CTD 21 - SN 70111,Oxygen-CTD 21-SBE 43-SN 1239,Pressure CTD 21,Temperature CTD 21 - SN 5422,Transmissometer - CTD 22 -CST-1421DR 2375 2012-10-23 03:51 2012-10-23 04:04 -16.2955 146.0580 -16.2994 146.0603 129.8
    Multibeam echosounder [details]   EM300 Multibeam Echosounder 2012-10-15 22:10 2012-10-23 20:03 -11.1999 131.6888 -16.7922 145.8538 3328.3
    Underway System [details]   Air Temperature Sensor-HMT333,Barometer,Doppler speed log,Fluorometer WS3S-443P,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 - LI-190SL Q46071,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,Simrad EK60 echosounder,ThermoSalinoGraph (TSG)-SS-SN 1777 2375 2012-10-15 09:01 2012-10-23 21:27 -12.4709 130.8490 -16.9283 145.7802

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