Organisms observed during the Shipboard Oceanographic Laboratory 3, Department of Marine Biology, Tokai University
This dataset contains records of organisms observed during the cruises of R/V Bosei-maru, conducted for the "Shipboard Oceanographic Laboratory 3" in the Department of Marine Biology, Tokai University in 2016-2018. Each cruise made a round trip from Shimizu Port in Shizuoka Prefecture to Chichijima in Ogasawara Islands. Data including seabirds, fishes and dolphins/whales based on visual inspections, trolling and rod fishing is provided.
Department Marine Biology, Tokai University (2022) Organisms observed during the Shipboard Oceanographic Laboratory 3, Department of Marine Biology, Tokai University. Available at Accessed on yyyy-mm-dd.
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Organization: Department of Marine Biology, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai UniversityPhone: +81-54-334-0411Address: 3-20-1, Orido, Shimizu-ku Shizuoka-shi Shizuoka 424-8610 JapanHome Page: Email:
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2016/05/08 ~ 2018/06/03
* Date last modified : 2022/03/31
Record acquisition range
26.6863167 ~ 32.0217167
139.5855517 ~ 142.580495
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Taxon level lower than family :83 %
Taxon level lower than species :42 %
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