MIRAI MR12-E03 Absorbance of Total Particulate Materials and Detritus

Last Modified: 2015-09-30
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Spectral absorbance of particles inside the visible range (350 - 750 nm).
Absorbance of suspended particles, including phytoplankton cels and detritus, collected on a glass fiber filter were measured using spectrophotometer. Phytoplankton pigment on filter was extracted using methanol between 24 and 48 hours, and the absorbance of detritus was measured.

For Using Data

Toru Hirawake (Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University)
See Terms and Conditions about constrain of use.
Kikuchi, T., 2012, R/V Mirai Cruise Report MR12-E03, edited by T. Kikuchi and S. Nishino, 190pp., JAMSTEC, Yokosuka, Japan.

Upon consultation in advance with the chief of investigation and the person(s) in charge of research issues who gathered that data, we request that the text of the results material contain a statement to the effect that it was obtained during the R/V Mirai cruise of MR12-E03, the Chief Scientist, Takashi Kikuchi (JAMSTEC), and the following Principal Investigators (PIs) for gathering the data.

Chief Scientist
Takashi Kikuchi
Japan Agency for Marine - Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
2-15 Natsushima, Yokosuka, Kanagawa 237-0061, Japan
Tel: +81-46-867-9486, Fax: +81-46-867-9437
E-mail: takashik @ jamstec.go.jp

PI
Toru Hirawake (Hokkaido University)
Amane Fujiwara (JAMSTEC)

And also the data were obtained under the GRENE (Green Network of Excellence) Arctic Climate Change Research Project of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan (MEXT).
Instrument:
Spectrophotometer UV2400 (Shimadzu)
Instrument Information:
The data sampled at each station and each depth is formated to a ASCII file. Measured wavelengths (nm) and absorbance were recorded to a file. The information of filtration and measurement is written in 'fieldnote_particle.xls'.
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Data List

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fieldnote_particle.xlsx

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2015-09-30
An observation data was registerd.