In February 2014, seawater samples were collected from 10 stations near Great Wall Bay and adelei bay at Great Wall Station, Antarctica. The filtered water samples were analyzed by downer analyzer to obtain chlorophyll data. The purpose of studying the chlorophyll content in seawater is to grasp the distribution index of basic production of marine resources. Chlorophyll is a kind of green pigment contained in higher plants and all other photosynthetic organisms. Chlorophyll is divided into chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, chlorophyll C, chlorophyll d, chlorophyll F, protochlorophyll and bacterial chlorophyll.
|collect time||2014/02/01 - 2014/03/10|
|data size||30.7 kB|
Chlorophyll data were collected from 10 stations near Great Wall Bay and adelei bay at Great Wall Station, Antarctica.
The data is processed professionally and the quality is reliable.
|1||Data sets of Chl a in sea water near Great Wall Station in the 29th CHINARE from 2012 to 2013.xls||30.7 kB|
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