Data from: New net zooplankton geographical information system in the Far East seas and adjacent waters of the Pacific Ocean

Volvenko IV

Date Published: September 7, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pb5374s

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Description The supplementary material contains zip-archived GIS layers with data on the average plankton concentrations in mg/m3 of the following: small (Sf), medium (Mf) and large (Lf) fractions, total zooplankton (Total), different groups (Protista, Jellyfish, Copepoda, Amphipoda, Euphausia, Chaetognat, Meroplankt, Cladocera, Pteropoda, Mysida, Cumacea, Isopoda, Ostracoda, and other), as well as total concentrations obtained in the day (D) and night (N) times, different seasons (Win, Spr, Sum, Aut), and long-term periods (Y1984_1990, Y1991_1995, Y1996_2005, Y2006_2013); this material is found as shapefiles and tab-delimited txt files. These data were used to construct Figures 2-8 of the paper.
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