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ID Submitter Submit time File Title Description ID
141 deming.yang@utah.edu 03/16/2021 4:38 p.m. Lazzerini_et_al_2020_QfVLUf7.csv Lazzerini et al. 2020 Intratooth samples of enamel of extant sheep and goats from Mongolia, analyzed with d18O Analyses Records
44 ewommack 12/01/2020 11:45 a.m. isobank_template_MVZ_d18O_ewommack_OelECAE.csv Wommack_SSHA_O_UCB_2012_2014 Isotope data collected during Isotope Graduate Class at UCB. Accipiter striatus samples, isotope oxygen analysis conducted at UCB lab in 2012-2014. Analyses Records
242 loicnmichel 07/01/2021 9:01 a.m. AntarcticAsteroidea_IsoBank_1_UgnlesY.csv Southern Ocean sea stars 1985-2017 (1/3) Sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) are a key component of Southern Ocean benthos, with 16% of the known sea star species living there. In temperate marine environments, sea stars commonly play an important role in food webs, acting as keystone species. However, trophic ecology and functional role of Southern Ocean sea stars are still poorly known, notably due to the scarcity of large-scale studies. Here, we report 24336 trophic markers (stable isotopes and elemental contents of C, N and S of tegument and/or tube feet) and biometric (arm length, disk radius, arm to disk ratio) measurements in 2456 specimens of sea stars. Samples were collected between 12/01/1985 and 08/10/2017 in numerous locations along the Antarctic littoral and Subantarctic islands. The spatial scope of the dataset covers a significant portion of the Southern Ocean (Latitude: 47.717° South to 86.273° South ; longitude: 127.767° West to 162.201° East ; depth: 6 to 5338 m). The dataset contains 133 distinct taxa, including at least 72 accepted species spanning 51 genera, 20 families and multiple feeding guilds / functional groups (suspension feeders, sediment feeders, omnivores, predators of mobile or sessile prey). For over 600 specimens, mitochondrial CO1 genes were sequenced to confirm and/or refine taxonomic identifications, and those sequences are already publicly available through the Barcode of Life Data System. This number will grow in the future, as molecular analyses are still in progress. Overall, thanks to its large taxonomic, spatial, and temporal extent, as well as its integrative nature (combining genetic, morphological and ecological data), this dataset can be of wide interest to Southern Ocean ecologists, invertebrate zoologists, benthic ecologists, and environmental managers dealing with associated areas. Analyses Records
245 loicnmichel 07/01/2021 9:19 a.m. AntarcticAsteroidea_IsoBank_2_VA8wX8c.csv Southern Ocean sea stars 1985-2017 (2/3) Sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) are a key component of Southern Ocean benthos, with 16% of the known sea star species living there. In temperate marine environments, sea stars commonly play an important role in food webs, acting as keystone species. However, trophic ecology and functional role of Southern Ocean sea stars are still poorly known, notably due to the scarcity of large-scale studies. Here, we report 24336 trophic markers (stable isotopes and elemental contents of C, N and S of tegument and/or tube feet) and biometric (arm length, disk radius, arm to disk ratio) measurements in 2456 specimens of sea stars. Samples were collected between 12/01/1985 and 08/10/2017 in numerous locations along the Antarctic littoral and Subantarctic islands. The spatial scope of the dataset covers a significant portion of the Southern Ocean (Latitude: 47.717° South to 86.273° South ; longitude: 127.767° West to 162.201° East ; depth: 6 to 5338 m). The dataset contains 133 distinct taxa, including at least 72 accepted species spanning 51 genera, 20 families and multiple feeding guilds / functional groups (suspension feeders, sediment feeders, omnivores, predators of mobile or sessile prey). For over 600 specimens, mitochondrial CO1 genes were sequenced to confirm and/or refine taxonomic identifications, and those sequences are already publicly available through the Barcode of Life Data System. This number will grow in the future, as molecular analyses are still in progress. Overall, thanks to its large taxonomic, spatial, and temporal extent, as well as its integrative nature (combining genetic, morphological and ecological data), this dataset can be of wide interest to Southern Ocean ecologists, invertebrate zoologists, benthic ecologists, and environmental managers dealing with associated areas. Analyses Records
246 loicnmichel 07/01/2021 9:24 a.m. AntarcticAsteroidea_IsoBank_3.csv Southern Ocean sea stars 1985-2017 (3/3) Sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) are a key component of Southern Ocean benthos, with 16% of the known sea star species living there. In temperate marine environments, sea stars commonly play an important role in food webs, acting as keystone species. However, trophic ecology and functional role of Southern Ocean sea stars are still poorly known, notably due to the scarcity of large-scale studies. Here, we report 24336 trophic markers (stable isotopes and elemental contents of C, N and S of tegument and/or tube feet) and biometric (arm length, disk radius, arm to disk ratio) measurements in 2456 specimens of sea stars. Samples were collected between 12/01/1985 and 08/10/2017 in numerous locations along the Antarctic littoral and Subantarctic islands. The spatial scope of the dataset covers a significant portion of the Southern Ocean (Latitude: 47.717° South to 86.273° South ; longitude: 127.767° West to 162.201° East ; depth: 6 to 5338 m). The dataset contains 133 distinct taxa, including at least 72 accepted species spanning 51 genera, 20 families and multiple feeding guilds / functional groups (suspension feeders, sediment feeders, omnivores, predators of mobile or sessile prey). For over 600 specimens, mitochondrial CO1 genes were sequenced to confirm and/or refine taxonomic identifications, and those sequences are already publicly available through the Barcode of Life Data System. This number will grow in the future, as molecular analyses are still in progress. Overall, thanks to its large taxonomic, spatial, and temporal extent, as well as its integrative nature (combining genetic, morphological and ecological data), this dataset can be of wide interest to Southern Ocean ecologists, invertebrate zoologists, benthic ecologists, and environmental managers dealing with associated areas. Analyses Records
167 ctjordan 05/20/2021 11:47 a.m. Baked_Small_Mammals_sbxLNc9.csv LTER Small Mammals Seth Newsome's LTER Mammals Analyses Records
63 ollieshipley27 12/03/2020 9:25 a.m. shipley_shark_bahamas_isobank_Upload_-_Copy_7LeDpyU.csv Test 1 Test 1 Analyses Records
97 bumbanian 12/04/2020 9:38 a.m. 201203_water_test1_ICj3l97.csv 2019 Groundwater and Tap Testing water data Analyses Records
108 cfrance 12/17/2020 10:05 a.m. France_consolidant_Isobank_ingest_Dec2020_RpizayK.csv Bone consolidant treatment project This project tested the effects of five different consolidants (PVAc, Paraloid, Butvar, cellulose nitrate, cyclododecane) on bone stable isotope values. The isotopes tested include carbon and nitrogen in collagen, carbon and oxygen in bioapatite carbonate, and oxygen in bioapatite phosphate. Analyses Records
247 turban 07/14/2021 1:09 p.m. Shipley_Sandtiger_Plasma_Upload_T4pgEkK.csv test test Analyses Records