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    Invertebrate abundance from each site of the Kleingewässermonitoring (KgM) project

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    The dataset contains sampled taxa and respective abundances during the two sampling time points in April and June. Sampling followed the respective WFD standard operation procedure (Meier et al., 2006). At each site, a 50 m section was sampled downstream of the chemical measuring point. Regarding all microhabitat types 20 subsamples were taken with a kicking net according to their share in the stream section (at least 5 %). The sample was sieved through four-step sieve stack (8mm, 4mm, 2mm, 0.5mm) to extract materials and taller sized taxa. Subsequently, macroinvertebrates were sorted and conserved in 90% ethanol until the determination in the lab. Taxa were identified with a binocular (Zeiss, Stereo Discovery V.20, Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH; Jena, Germany) at species level with an exception for taxa from the orders Diptera (family, subfamily level), Tubificidae (subfamily level) and Coleoptera larvae (genus level)

    Overview on physical oceanography measurements during POLARSTERN cruise PS122 – MOSAiC

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    This dataset gives an overview on the hydrographic properties encountered during the Multidisciplinary drifting observatory for the study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC). It is not the final dataset and it does not contain single profiles. Rather this data set contains the median of the preprocessed data collected with the ship-based conductivity, temperature depth profiler (CTD) as well as one profile of a hand-held CTD operated from the ice. The data collected with the ship-based CTD was processed using the standard SBE processing routines. Additionally, large spikes where removed. The data was interpolated onto a 5 dbar regular grid and subsequently the median was computed over each pressure level. The data collected with the ice-based hand-held CTD was processed manually. Surface values with conductivity readings below 0.5mS/cm and temperature values below the surface freezing temperature were removed. A pressure offset of 2 dbar was subtracted. The data was then binned in 0.1 steps to 5 dbar, in steps of 0.25 to 20 dbar and in steps of 0.5 dbar below. For both, ship-based CTD and ice-based hand-held CTD data Absolute Salinity (SA), Practical Salinity (SP) and Conservative Temperature (CT) where derived using the TEOS-10 GSW toolbox (McDougall and Barker 2011). This work was carried out and data used in this manuscript was produced as part of the international Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of the Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) with the tag MOSAiC20192020. We thank all persons involved in the expedition of the Research Vessel Polarstern during MOSAiC in 2019-2020 (AWI_PS122_00) as listed in Nixdorf et al. (2021 in prep)

    Physical oceanography during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in August 2019, station SO269_99-1 (SCS69)

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    This set provides 130 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. The 130 CTD profiles are distributed by 81 stations and aim to study the impact of a growing anthropogenic pressure around the Pearl River Estuary into the northern shelf of the South China Sea towards the deep sea. The dataset was used to study the presence and spatial distribution of natural and synthetic estrogenic compounds and PPCPs in the Pearl River Estuary and northern shelf of the South China Sea

    Physical oceanography during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in August 2019, station SO269_163-4-23 (SCS58_24)

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    This set provides 130 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. The 130 CTD profiles are distributed by 81 stations and aim to study the impact of a growing anthropogenic pressure around the Pearl River Estuary into the northern shelf of the South China Sea towards the deep sea. The dataset was used to study the presence and spatial distribution of natural and synthetic estrogenic compounds and PPCPs in the Pearl River Estuary and northern shelf of the South China Sea

    Physical oceanography during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in August 2019, station SO269_154-1 (SCS63)

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    This set provides 130 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. The 130 CTD profiles are distributed by 81 stations and aim to study the impact of a growing anthropogenic pressure around the Pearl River Estuary into the northern shelf of the South China Sea towards the deep sea. The dataset was used to study the presence and spatial distribution of natural and synthetic estrogenic compounds and PPCPs in the Pearl River Estuary and northern shelf of the South China Sea

    Physical oceanography during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in August 2019, station SO269_163-4-5 (SCS58_06)

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    This set provides 130 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. The 130 CTD profiles are distributed by 81 stations and aim to study the impact of a growing anthropogenic pressure around the Pearl River Estuary into the northern shelf of the South China Sea towards the deep sea. The dataset was used to study the presence and spatial distribution of natural and synthetic estrogenic compounds and PPCPs in the Pearl River Estuary and northern shelf of the South China Sea

    Physical oceanography (p-CTD) during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in August 2019, station SO269_95-1 (SCS29), file P0029F03

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    The dataset provides 38 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. This dataset includes a high-resolution station, with CTD profiles taken on a two-hour resolution. The 38 additional CTD files complement the physical oceanography dataset (submitted dataset - PDI-29483)

    Physical oceanography during the cruise SO269 in South China Sea in September 2019, station SO269_180-2-16 (SCS19_16)

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    This set provides 130 CTD profiles of temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity and sound velocity measured on board the German R/V Sonne in August 2019, in the northern South China Sea, under the project South China Sea – natural laboratory under climatic and human-induced stress. The 130 CTD profiles are distributed by 81 stations and aim to study the impact of a growing anthropogenic pressure around the Pearl River Estuary into the northern shelf of the South China Sea towards the deep sea. The dataset was used to study the presence and spatial distribution of natural and synthetic estrogenic compounds and PPCPs in the Pearl River Estuary and northern shelf of the South China Sea

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