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Mega benthos in surface sediments sampled during POLARSTERN cruise ANT-XXIII/8

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.718876
Keywords
  • Actinaria Sp
  • Actinaria Spp
  • Adamussium Colbeckii
  • Ainigmaptilon Antarcticus
  • Alcyonidae Sp
  • Alcyonidium Sp
  • Antarctomysis Spp
  • Antarcturidae Spp
  • Antedonidae Spp
  • Ant-Xxiii/8
  • Area
  • Area/Locality
  • Artemisina Sp
  • Ascidiacea Sp
  • Ascidiacea Spp
  • Asteroidea Sp
  • Asteroidea Spp
  • Astrotoma Agassizii
  • Bathycrinus Australis
  • Benthos
  • Brisinga Cf
  • Distincta
  • Bryozoa
  • Bryozoa Sp
  • Bryozoa Spp
  • Cf
  • Aplidium Sp
  • Cf
  • Distaplia Cylindrica
  • Cf
  • Isosicyonis Spp
  • Cf
  • Lageneschara Lyrulata
  • Cf
  • Lycrocteis Flavopallidus
  • Cf
  • Molgula Pedunculata
  • Cf
  • Porania Antarctica
  • Cf
  • Pyura Bouvetensis
  • Cnemidocarpa Verrucosa
  • Corella Eumyota
  • Counting
  • Demospongia Sp
  • Dendrochirotida Sp
  • Dendrochirotida Spp
  • Dumetocrinus Antarcticus
  • Echiurida Sp
  • Edwardsiidae Sp
  • Elasipoda Sp
  • Elpidia Glacialis
  • Errina Laterorifa
  • Euphausia Spp
  • Fannyella Rossii
  • Flabelligeridae Spp
  • Flabellum Sp
  • Flustridae Spp
  • Freyella Fragillisima
  • Gastropoda Spp
  • Gorgonaria Spp
  • Hexactinellida Spp
  • Fractionated
  • Hydrozoa Sp
  • Medusa
  • Iophon Radiatus
  • Irregularia Spp
  • Isodictya Sp
  • Kirkpatrickia Variolosa
  • Lysasterias
  • Marseniopsis Mollis
  • Melicerita Obliqua
  • Monocaulus Microrhiza
  • Monocaulus Parvula
  • Myxilla Sp
  • Nemertini Sp
  • Newnesia Antarctica
  • Notocidaris Mortensi
  • Notocrangon Antarcticus
  • Nudibranchia Spp
  • Ophiuroidea Sp
  • Ophiuroidea Spp
  • Oswaldella Sp
  • Peniagone Sp
  • Perkinsiana Sp
  • Persistent Identifier
  • Pisces Spp
  • Pista Spinifera
  • Polarstern
  • Polychaeta Spp
  • Polyclinidae Sp
  • Polymastia Isidis
  • Polynoidea Sp
  • Polysyncraton Sp
  • Porifera
  • Porifera Spp
  • Primnoella Spp
  • Primnosis Sp
  • Protelpidia Murrayi
  • Ps69
  • Ps69/699-1
  • Ps69/702-5
  • Ps69/703-1
  • Ps69/706-1
  • Ps69/706-2
  • Ps69/710-1
  • Ps69/714-1
  • Ps69/717-1
  • Ps69/718-8
  • Ps69/720-2
  • Ps69/722-1
  • Ps69/724-1
  • Ps69/725-1
  • Ps69/726-2
  • Ps69/726-3
  • Ps69/727-1
  • Ps69/728-1
  • Pseudostichopus Mollis
  • Psolidae Spp
  • Psolus Charcoti
  • Pycnogonida Spp
  • Remote Operated Vehicle Cherokee
  • Remote Operated Vehicle Sprint 103
  • Rhodalia Miranda
  • Serolidae Spp
  • Serpula Sp
  • Sterechinus Spp
  • Stylocordyla Borealis Oblong
  • Stylocordyla Borealis Spheric
  • Synascidiacea
  • Synascidiacea Spp
  • Synoicium Sp
  • Taxa Analyzed
  • Tetilla Sp
  • Thouarella
  • Umbellula Sp
  • Weddell Sea

Abstract

Microsoft Word - report-XIX-3-finale.doc Preface The expedition ARK XIX/3 with the German icebreaking RV "Polarstern" was jointly organized between the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and the Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la mer (IFREMER), the latter providing the unmanned deep-sea submersible "Victor 6000". AWI and IFREMER offered this unique combination of infrastructure in 2003 to European scientists to permit access on advanced technology in marine research to a broader community. Therefore, this cruise was not only a milestone in the Franco- German cooperation but also an important contribution to the European marine research initiatives. All still pictures and videos taken with "Victor 6000" during the expedition "VICTOR IN THE NORTH" are joint property of AWI and IFREMER with copyright by IFREMER. This material can be used for scientific purposes with the indication of IFREMER's copyright. It would be very much appreciated if the joint effort of AWI and IFREMER in organising the cruise ARK XIX/3 would be mentioned in the acknowledgements of any future publication written on the basis of material collected during the expedition. Any commercial or other than scientific use of either pictures or videos collected with "Victor 6000" needs the written formal approval of IFREMER. The entire cruise report is also available in digital format on a CD-ROM attached to this booklet because many of the pictures and graphs are in colour. All hand written dive log files are permanently stored at the AWI. For a certain period of time the cruise diary will be still accessible via the internet at www.polarstern-victor.de. - 1 - Table of contents The ARK XIX/3 expedition ............................................................................................ 4 A. 1 Itinerary and summary ARK XIX/3 ............................................................. 4

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