Models of population structuring of the fish Champsocephalus gunnari and Notothenia rossii by oceanographic processes in the Southern Ocean
Life history and phylogenetic/geographic data was combined with oceanographic data to test models of population structuring by oceanographic processes. The data are solely model outputs; specifically high-resolution flows for the South Georgia region and fish egg and larval distributions from different spawning sites.
Southern Ocean, fish egg distributions, larval distributions, model outputs, oceanographic models, phylogenetics
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Rock, J., Costa, F.O., Walker, D.I., North, A.W., Hutchinson, W.F. and Carvalho, G.R. DNA barcodes of fish of the Scotia Sea, Antarctica indicate priority groups for taxonomic and systematics focus. Antarctic Science 20 253-262.
A. Van de Pute, J. Van Houdt, A. Maes, K. Janko, P. Koubbi, J. Rock, F. Volckaert Species identification in the trematomid family using nuclear genetic markers. Polar Biology 32 1731-1741.
Young, E, Meredith, M, Murphy, EJ & Carvalho, GR. High-resolution modelling of the shelf and open ocean adjacent to South Georgia, Southern Ocean. Deep Sea Research, doi:10.1016/j .dsr2.2009.11.003.
Project AFI6/16 Field report, 2005-6 (BAS Archives)
AFI 06/16 - Gene flow in Antarctic fishes: the role of oceanography and life history
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|Data Collection:||Global current fields from OCCAM (Ocean Circulation and Climate Advanced Modelling Project) were used to drive Individual Based Models (IBMs) to predict the transport of fish eggs and larvae at the circumpolar scale, and population connectivity. To investigate transport and retention patterns at a finer scale, a high resolution hydrodynamic model was developed for the South Georgia region using POLCOMS (Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory Coastal-Ocean Modelling System). Predicted flow fields were used to drive IBMs to simulate fine scale patterns of fish egg/larval retention and shelf-open ocean exchange.|
|Data Storage:||These data are managed by BAS.
All the data are on the BAS SAN.
|Access Constraints:||Requests for data can be made via the Polar Data Centre (PDC) at BAS: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Use Constraints:||These data are governed by the NERC data policy|