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Nautilus Samples [in special issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus 2014 Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Field Season]

Nautilus Samples [in special issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus 2014 Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Field Season]
Nautilus Samples [in special issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus 2014 Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Field Season]
While the vast majority of data Nautilus collects are digital-high-definition video, still photos, sensor, measurements, and navigation—physical samples are invaluable to scientists. Biological samples are critical in determining the species of an organism and may lead to the discovery of a new organism or new knowledge that extends a species’ range or adaptations. Biological samples also permit scientists to study food web and reproductive dynamics as well as growth rates, which are critical for research on fisheries and other natural marine resources. Rock and sediment samples are key to learning more about sedimentation rates, geological formation and history, and marine geohazards that may impact coastal communities.
1042-8275
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Raineault, Nicole, Marr, Connor, John, Barbera, Cheadle, Mike, Chaytor, Jason, Etnoyer, Peter and Marsh, Leigh (2015) Nautilus Samples [in special issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus 2014 Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Field Season]. Oceanography, 28 (1, Supplement), 13-15.

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Abstract

While the vast majority of data Nautilus collects are digital-high-definition video, still photos, sensor, measurements, and navigation—physical samples are invaluable to scientists. Biological samples are critical in determining the species of an organism and may lead to the discovery of a new organism or new knowledge that extends a species’ range or adaptations. Biological samples also permit scientists to study food web and reproductive dynamics as well as growth rates, which are critical for research on fisheries and other natural marine resources. Rock and sediment samples are key to learning more about sedimentation rates, geological formation and history, and marine geohazards that may impact coastal communities.

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Published date: March 2015
Organisations: Ocean and Earth Science

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Local EPrints ID: 375421
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/375421
ISSN: 1042-8275
PURE UUID: a8e09b2d-a154-4a8b-999c-895924ff79fd

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Date deposited: 24 Mar 2015 11:45
Last modified: 11 Dec 2021 06:18

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Author: Nicole Raineault
Author: Connor Marr
Author: Barbera John
Author: Mike Cheadle
Author: Jason Chaytor
Author: Peter Etnoyer
Author: Leigh Marsh

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