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DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.11462023
Processed Expendable Bathythermograph (XBT) casts collected during the Marion Island Relief Voyage on the SA Agulhas II Voyage 057, May 2023

Here we present 31 processed Expendable Bathythermograph (XBT) casts collected in the South West Indian Ridge area and along the Crossroads Transect, between 14 May 2023 and 18 May 2023, during the 2023 Marion Relief Voyage on the SA Agulhas II Voyage 057. The South African component of the international South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation project (SAMOC-SA) aims to characterise the time-mean and time-varying components of the SAMOC in the South Atlantic Ocean and monitor the...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.11782023
Processed CTD discrete observations from the West Coast Hake Biomass on the Africana Voyage 079, January 1990

Here we present processed Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) discrete data from the upcast collected between 04 January and 29 January 1990, during Voyage 079 on the FRS Africana, in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) region on the west coast of Southern Africa. Neil Brown MK3 and MK4 CTD instruments were used to measure pressure, temperature and conductivity through the water column during research and monitoring cruises between 1983 and 2000.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.13922023
Raw seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 9 November 2022 to 13 March 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.13912023
Long-term monitoring of inshore temperatures in Elands Bay to support physiological research

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.13932023
Seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 9 to 30 November 2022

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14092023
Raw temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 14 March to 5 June 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14452023
Raw seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 18 October 2023 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14122023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 May 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14012023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 January 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14502023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14492023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 January 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14482023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 December 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14472023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 30 November 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14442023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14432023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 January 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14422023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 December 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14412023
Temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 30 November 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14392023
Raw temperature data from an exposed habitat in Elands Bay, 18 October 2023 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14382023
Seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 1 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14372023
Seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 January 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14362023
Seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 December 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14352023
Seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 1 to 30 November 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14332023
Raw seawater temperature data from intertidal rockpools in Elands Bay, 18 October 2023 to 13 February 2024

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14322023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 31 October 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.14312023
Seawater temperature data from a subtidal habitat in Elands Bay, 1 to 30 September 2023

To better understand the physiological effects of climate change and ocean acidification on marine organisms, information on the environmental conditions experienced in their natural habitats is required. Data from long-term monitoring studies capture in situ variability of environmental parameters that are used to relate experimental findings with field conditions. Elands Bay on the west coast of South Africa is a key location for such research and monitoring. It is a popular location for...