In January 2015, seawater samples were collected from 10 stations near Great Wall Bay and adelaiwan bay at Great Wall Station, Antarctica. The filtered water samples were analyzed by automatic nutrient analyzer to obtain nutrient data. Marine nutrients, including active silicate, active phosphate, nitrate, nitrite and ammonium, are the most important mineral salts that affect phytoplankton production and are absorbed by phytoplankton. Nutrients generally refer to inorganic nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon in seawater. The content of nutrients in seawater is an important parameter of marine ecological environment monitoring.
|collect time||2015/01/24 - 2015/02/01|
|data size||29.7 kB|
< pre > < code > in January 2015, 10 sites near the Great Wall Bay and adelaiwan of the Great Wall Station in Antarctica were collected, and the nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and silicate in the sea water were extracted and analyzed by filtration.
The data is processed professionally and the quality is reliable.
|1||Data sets of nutrients in sea water near Great Wall Station in the 31st CHINARE from 2014 to 2015.xls||29.7 kB|
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