Data from: Tracing the origins of Calanus sp. in the Saguenay‑St. Lawrence Marine Park (Québec, Canada) using δ13C as a marker

Perrin G, Plourde S, DiBacco C, Winkler G, Sirois P

Date Published: May 7, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m2m1b

 

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Title δ13C related to the origin of Calanus spp.. A Canadian Healthy Oceans Network Population Connectivity project, PC-08
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Description Deep-dwelling stage V copepodites (CVs) were collected in the Marine Park as well as in putative source regions in the St. Lawrence system using a vertical tow initiated near the bottom to 100 m with a 75 cm diameter, 202 μm Nitex plankton net equipped with an opening-closing device. The dataset include variables used to perform the QDFAs: Percent lipid content of individuals (%Lipids),dry weight before (DW) and after lipid extraction (DWLE), δ13C, δ14N, %C.
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Perrin G, Plourde S, DiBacco C, Winkler G, Sirois P (2014) Tracing the origins of Calanus sp. in the Saguenay‑St. Lawrence Marine Park (Québec, Canada) using δ13C as a marker. Marine Ecology Progress Series 499:89-102. http://dx.doi.org/10.3354/meps10651

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Perrin G, Plourde S, DiBacco C, Winkler G, Sirois P (2014) Data from: Tracing the origins of Calanus sp. in the Saguenay‑St. Lawrence Marine Park (Québec, Canada) using δ13C as a marker. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m2m1b
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