Research voyages 2010

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SS2010_t04

An examination of the temperate reef and deep sea benthic fauna of the south eastern Australian shelf and the trophic relationships between euphausids and larval fish

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SS2010_v09

Impact of the East Australian Current on water chemistry, bio-optical properties and coastal primary productivity in the NSW region

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SS2010_v08

Krill in 3D – Vertical stratification and spatial distribution of krill communities in the East Australian Current

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SS2010_t03

Transit voyage Hobart to Sydney (Supported by CSIRO-MAR, MNF, and SIMS)

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SS2010_v07

Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) Facility 3. Southern Ocean Time Series (SOTS) moorings for climate and carbon cycle studies southwest of Tasmania (47ºS, 140ºE)

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SS2010_v06

Research Voyage: Continental slope and shelf processes along the south-west region of Western Australia during winter

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SS2010_t02

Deep-water benthic biodiversity of the GAB Marine Park

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SS2010_v05

Biological Oceanography of Western Rock Lobster Larvae

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SS04/10

Research Voyage: Assessing oceanographic delivery of nutrients to Ningaloo Reef. Part 1: Autumn Dynamics

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SS03/10

Research Voyage: Physical forcing of productivity on the Kimberley Shelf

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SS01/10 Transit

Transit Voyage: Leeuwin Current – Australian National Network in Marine Science Student Training Voyage

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SS02/10

Research Voyage: Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) Facility 3. Southern Ocean Time Series (SOTS)moorings for climate and carbon cycle studies southwest of Tasmania (47ºS, 140ºE)

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SS01/10

Research Voyage: PINTS – Primary Productivity Induced by Nitrogen and Iron in the Tasman Sea. Role of iron and other micronutrients in controlling primary productivity in the Tasman Sea: bioavailability, biogeochemical cycling and sources

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Updated: 18 December 2014