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Heraklion Harbour Meiobenthos
Citation
Lampadariou, N. (1993). Heraklion harbour meiobenthos. Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), Greece.

Access data
Archived data
Availability: Creative Commons License This dataset is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Description
Meiofaunal community responses to anthropogenic disturbance in Heraklion harbour (Crete, Greece, Eastern Med.). The dataset contains data on the community structure of nematodes and copepods at seventeen stations in relation with environmental variables more

Samples were collected in Iraklion Harbour to investigate the relationship between the meiofaunal community structure and the anthropogenic disturbance. The data also contributed to the knowledge of nematode and copepod components of the meiobenthic communities in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Scope
Themes:
Biology, Biology > Benthos, Biology > Ecology - biodiversity
Keywords:
Marine, Disturbances, Harbour areas, Harpacticoid copepods, Heavy metals, Marine pollution, Meiobenthos, Greece, Crete, Harpacticoida, Nematoda

Geographical coverage
Greece, Crete [Marine Regions]

Temporal coverage
20 December 1993

Taxonomic coverage
Harpacticoida [WoRMS]
Nematoda [WoRMS]

Parameters
Cadmium (Cd) Methodology , Chlorophyll a Methodology , Chromium (Cr) Methodology , Copper (Cu) Methodology , Count of Harpacticoida, Count of Nematoda, Lead (Pb) Methodology , Median grain size Methodology , Particulate organic carbon (POC) Methodology , Phaeopigments Methodology , Silt-clay percentage Methodology
Cadmium (Cd): Heavy Metal concentrations in sediment (HCMR)
For the determination of metal concentrations sediment samples were freeze-dried, homogenized and digested in concentrated suprapure HN03 with the addition of an oxydizing agent. After digestion and centrifugation the metal concentrations were determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption using Zeeman background correction and autosampler. Certified reference material was analysed along with the samples to control the accuracy of the method.
Chlorophyll a: Modified from Strickland & Parsons (1972)
Strickland, J.D. & Parsons, T.R. (1972). A practical handbook of seawater analysis, 2nd edition. Bulledin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 167, 1-310.
Chromium (Cr): Heavy Metal concentrations in sediment (HCMR)
For the determination of metal concentrations sediment samples were freeze-dried, homogenized and digested in concentrated suprapure HN03 with the addition of an oxydizing agent. After digestion and centrifugation the metal concentrations were determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption using Zeeman background correction and autosampler. Certified reference material was analysed along with the samples to control the accuracy of the method.
Copper (Cu): Heavy Metal concentrations in sediment (HCMR)
For the determination of metal concentrations sediment samples were freeze-dried, homogenized and digested in concentrated suprapure HN03 with the addition of an oxydizing agent. After digestion and centrifugation the metal concentrations were determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption using Zeeman background correction and autosampler. Certified reference material was analysed along with the samples to control the accuracy of the method.
Lead (Pb): Heavy Metal concentrations in sediment (HCMR)
For the determination of metal concentrations sediment samples were freeze-dried, homogenized and digested in concentrated suprapure HN03 with the addition of an oxydizing agent. After digestion and centrifugation the metal concentrations were determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption using Zeeman background correction and autosampler. Certified reference material was analysed along with the samples to control the accuracy of the method.
Median grain size: Buchanan (1984)
Buchanan, J.B. (1984). Sediment analysis. In: N.A. Holme, A.D. McIntyre (Eds), Methods for the study of Marine Benthos., (pp. 41-65). Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.
Particulate organic carbon (POC): Modified from Strickland & Parsons (1972)
Strickland, J.D. & Parsons, T.R. (1972). A practical handbook of seawater analysis, 2nd edition. Bulledin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 167, 1-310.
Phaeopigments: Modified from Strickland & Parsons (1972)
Strickland, J.D. & Parsons, T.R. (1972). A practical handbook of seawater analysis, 2nd edition. Bulledin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 167, 1-310.
Silt-clay percentage: Buchanan (1984)
Buchanan, J.B. (1984). Sediment analysis. In: N.A. Holme, A.D. McIntyre (Eds), Methods for the study of Marine Benthos., (pp. 41-65). Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.

Contributors
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), moredata creatordata owner

Related datasets
Published in:
EurOBIS: European Ocean Biogeographic Information System, more
(Partly) included in:
MANUELA: MANUELA Database, more

Publication
Describing this dataset:
Lampadariou, N. et al. (1997). Analysis of meiobenthic community structure in relation to pollution and disturbance in Iraklion harbour, Greece. Vie Milieu (1980) 47(1): 9-24, more

Dataset status: Completed
Data type: Data
Data origin: Research
Metadatarecord created: 2006-01-09
Information last updated: 2009-01-14
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