According to the measured data of petroleum hydrocarbon and organic pollution in the Great Wall Bay and its adjacent waters, the Great Wall Bay in Antarctica is located in the east of the Great Wall Station in Antarctica, China, with an area of about 0.5 ㎞ 2 ~ 2 ㎞ 2. The water depth in the Bay varies greatly (20-80m), that is, the seabed topography changes greatly, and the sediment characteristics of different sedimentary parts are obviously different. In addition, the bay is located in the high frigid zone, and its sedimentary environment is completely different from that of the middle latitude and low latitude sea areas. This data set is the data of petroleum hydrocarbon and organic pollution in the Great Wall Bay and its adjacent waters from 1993 to 1994.
|collect time||1993/01/01 - 1994/12/31|
|collect place||Great Wall Station, Antarctica, China|
|data size||1.8 MiB|
|1||Determination of seawater bacteria in the Great Wall Bay, Antarctica, 1993-1994|
|2||Seawater illuminance measurement data of the Great Wall Bay, Antarctica, 1989, 1993-1994|
|3||Measurement data of intertidal biomass of Great Wall Station in Antarctica in 1994|
|4||Data on the number of benthic diatoms in the Great Wall Bay, Antarctica, 1995|
|5||Phosphate determination data of the Great Wall Station in Antarctica from 1988 to 1989|
|6||Measurement data of photosynthesis of large seaweeds in Great Wall Bay, Antarctica, China, 1993|
|7||Data of chlorophyll and primary productivity of Great Wall Bay, Antarctica, 1985-2006|
|8||Petroleum hydrocarbon monitoring data in sediments and topsoil of the Great Wall Station, Antarctica|
|9||Nitrite determination data of the Great Wall Station in Antarctica from 1988 to 1989|
|10||Nutrient Salt Data of the Antarctic Great Wall Bay in 1985, 1988, 1994, 1999 and 2000|
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