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  • This dataset includes in situ observations of water sampling bottles collected during the PRE-SWOT experiment.

  • This data set includes recently published data used to assess the temporal evolution of pH in Atlantic and Mediterranean water masses exchanging at the Strait of Gibraltar (Long:-5.345, Lat: 36.137, Datum:WSG84) during the decade 2005-2015 and to calculate the magnitude of natural and anthropogenic components on total pH changes (Flecha et al., 2019). The database provides measurements of carbon system parameters in water samples collected at 3 stations that form the marine time series GIFT during 26 oceanographic campaigns conducted over the decade 2005–2015. Geographic coordinates of sampling stations are provided. Some physical data (i.e. temperature and salinity) are also included.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 200 around the Scotia Sea and South Georgia in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 22 February and 17 April 2009 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 25 around South Georgia and the Maurice Ewing Bank in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 21 October and 14 November 1997 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 177 around the Scotia Sea and South Georgia in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 30 December 2007 and 16 February 2008 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 28 around South Georgia and the Maurice Ewing Bank in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 14 January and 07 February 1998 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 17 around South Georgia and the Maurice Ewing Bank in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 12 December 1996 and 05 January 1997 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 38 around South Georgia and the Maurice Ewing Bank in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 16 December 1998 and 12 January 1999 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 82 around the Scotia Sea and South Georgia in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 05 January and 24 February 2003 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.

  • The dataset comprises macronutrient (nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, silicate, ammonia/ammonium) data collected on RRS James Clark Ross cruise 70 around South Georgia in the Southern Ocean. The data were collected using CTD rosette water bottles and the ship's non-toxic seawater supply with an intake depth about 6 - 7 m between 31 December 2001 and 08 February 2002 as part of an integrated ecosystem analysis. They form part of a more extensive dataset collected over 30 years, between 1980 and 2009, by the British Antarctic Survey.