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Thiele S (2023): Nansen Legacy Bacterial and Archaeal community composition. v1.3. The Nansen Legacy Project. Dataset/Occurrence. 10.21335/NMDC-831634754
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The Nansen Legacy; Barents Sea; Bacteria; Archaea; marine; Arctic
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Northern Barents Sea, east of Svalbard, Norway.
|South West [75.996, 28.504], North East [82.092, 34.274]
Bacteria and Archaea based on 16S rRNA gene sequence.
|Bacteria and Archaea
|Start Date / End Date
|2018-08-01 / 2021-08-31
Please refer to the Nansen Legacy Sampling Protocol: https://arvenetternansen.com/sampling-protocol-collection/
|The samples were taken on 7 cruises along the Nansen Legacy Project transect in the Northern Barents Sea.
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- Please refer to the Nansen Legacy Sampling Protocol: https://arvenetternansen.com/sampling-protocol-collection/