Stable Isotopes from Organisms Caught in the 2019 Gulf of Alaska International Year of the Salmon Expedition

Carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes were analyzed for samples of particulate organic matter (POM), zooplankton, salmon and bycatch caught in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. These data were collected as part of the International Year of the Salmon (IYS) Gulf of Alaska High Seas Expedition conducted in February-March 2019 to further improve the understanding of factors impacting salmon early marine winter survival. The stable isotope data provides information about trophic interactions in the Northeast Pacific Ocean.

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Metadata Reference Date(s) February 01, 2022 (Publication)
February 01, 2022 (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) February 18, 2019 (Creation)
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Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission
Email
secretariat@npafc.org
Role
Publisher
Responsible Party 2
Name
Brian Hunt
Affiliation
University of British Columbia
Email
b.hunt@oceans.ubc.ca
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  • Author
  • Custodian
  • Owner
Responsible Party 3
Affiliation
Hakai Institute
Email
data@hakai.org
Role
Distributor

Field Value
Ocean Variables
  • Stable carbon isotopes
  • Other
Scope Dataset
Status Completed
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North Bounding Latitude 47.666833
South Bounding Latitude 56.668667
East Bounding Longitude -128.513667
West Bounding Longitude -147.503333
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2019-02-18
End
2019-03-14
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0.0
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40.0
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