Demersal fish species assemblages and relative abundance data collected from R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512 in the DeSoto Canyon for 2015-11-10.

Deepsea to Coast Connectivity in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico (DEEP-C)

DOI:
10.7266/N7VH5KT1
 
UDI:
R1.x138.079:0067
Last Update:
Nov 16 2016 19:14 UTC
 
Dataset Author(s):
Dean Grubbs
Point of Contact:
Grubbs, R. Dean
Florida State University / Coastal and Marine Laboratory
3012 Westcott North
Tallahassee, Florida  32306
USA
dgrubbs2@fsu.edu
Funding Source:
RFP-I
Data Collection Period:
2015-11-10 to 2015-11-10

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Suggested Citation:

Dean Grubbs. 2016. Demersal fish species assemblages and relative abundance data collected from R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512 in the DeSoto Canyon for 2015-11-10.. Distributed by: Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Information and Data Cooperative (GRIIDC), Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. doi:10.7266/N7VH5KT1

Abstract:

The objectives of this project included using fish traps and demersal longlines to describe and examine differences in species assemblage and relative abundance of demersal fishes in the Gulf of Mexico. This dataset reports the samples collected and associated data from November 10, 2015. For some species, biological data such as length and weights are reported. Additional data include the dates, set locations (latitudes, longitudes), depth, water temperature, gear deployed and bait used. These data were collected during the R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512.

Purpose:

To evaluate the biological diversity and trophic interactions among organisms ranging from primary producers to apex predators and from the deep-sea benthos to the coast. These data contribute to a food web model used to determine risks to ecosystem structure and function and regional economies following from extreme anthropogenic events (e.g., discharged and background hydrocarbon) and adaptive management strategies.

Theme Keywords:

Benthic Ecology, Physiology, Toxicology, Taxonomy, Deep Water Ecology, Community Ecology

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Demersal fish species assemblages and relative abundance data collected from R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512 in the DeSoto Canyon for 2015-11-10.



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Identification info: Data identification: Citation: Citation: Title: Demersal fish species assemblages and relative abundance data collected from R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512 in the DeSoto Canyon for 2015-11-10. Alternate title: Date: Date: Date: 2016-01-05 Date type: Date type code: publication Identifier: Identifier: Code: Anchor: xlink: https://dx.doi.org/10.7266/N7VH5KT1 title: DOI doi:10.7266/N7VH5KT1 Abstract: The objectives of this project included using fish traps and demersal longlines to describe and examine differences in species assemblage and relative abundance of demersal fishes in the Gulf of Mexico. This dataset reports the samples collected and associated data from November 10, 2015. For some species, biological data such as length and weights are reported. Additional data include the dates, set locations (latitudes, longitudes), depth, water temperature, gear deployed and bait used. These data were collected during the R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512. Purpose: To evaluate the biological diversity and trophic interactions among organisms ranging from primary producers to apex predators and from the deep-sea benthos to the coast. These data contribute to a food web model used to determine risks to ecosystem structure and function and regional economies following from extreme anthropogenic events (e.g., discharged and background hydrocarbon) and adaptive management strategies. Status: Progress code: completed Point of contact: Responsible party: Individual name: R. Dean Grubbs Organisation name: Florida State University / Coastal and Marine Laboratory Position name: Associate Director of Research Contact info: Contact: Phone: Telephone: Voice: 8506972067 Facsimile: Address: Address: Delivery point: 3012 Westcott North City: Tallahassee Administrative area: Florida Postal code: 32306 Country: USA Electronic mail address: dgrubbs2@fsu.edu Role: Role code: pointOfContact Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: Benthic Ecology Keyword: Physiology Keyword: Toxicology Keyword: Taxonomy Keyword: Deep Water Ecology Keyword: Community Ecology Type: Keyword type code: theme Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: Gulf of Mexico Type: Keyword type code: place Resource constraints: title: Cite As Constraints: Use limitation: Dean Grubbs. 2016. Demersal fish species assemblages and relative abundance data collected from R/V Apalachee cruise AP-3512 in the DeSoto Canyon for 2015-11-10.. 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Language: eng; USA Topic category: Topic category code: biota Topic category: Topic category code: oceans Extent: Extent: Geographic element: Geographic bounding box: West bound longitude: -86.97395 East bound longitude: -86.79607 South bound latitude: 29.42833 North bound latitude: 29.52009 Geographic element: BoundingPolygon: Polygon: gml:MultiCurve: gml:curveMember: gml:Curve: gml:segments: gml:LineStringSegment: gml:posList: 29.52009 -86.79607 29.51540 -86.79644 gml:curveMember: gml:Curve: gml:segments: gml:LineStringSegment: gml:posList: 29.47238 -86.88519 29.46843 -86.88871 gml:curveMember: gml:Curve: gml:segments: gml:LineStringSegment: gml:posList: 29.43274 -86.97124 29.42833 -86.97395 Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time period: Description: ground condition Begin date: 2015-11-10 End date: 2015-11-10 Supplemental Information: File AP-3512 data for GRIIDC submission_12032015. Metadata for this file includes: vessel name; event_id, event date (DD-MMM-YY); set (set code); Deep-C station (Deep-C station code); latitude_start (decimal degrees); longitude_start (decimal degrees); latitude_finish (decimal degrees); longitude_finish (decimal degrees); TDR (Serial number for Lotek temperature/depth recorder deployed on line); DO meter = whether or not a DO meter (dissolved oxygen meter) was deployed (true or false=yes or no); DO (dissolved oxygen) value (ug/l); DO (dissolved oxygen) value (%); Temp = temperature (degrees Celsius); Depth_min = minimum depth according to ship; later verified with TDR (meters); Depth_max = maximum water depth (meters) according to ship; later verified with TDR; Actual depth (m) = actual longline depth (meters); Time_in = (hhmm); Time_set (hhmm); Time_haul (hhmm); Time_out (hhmm); Gear_Effort (longline) = sizes and numbers of hooks used per longline set; Gear_Effort (trap) = number and size of traps used per set; Bait = bait type used; SeaState (feet) = estimated wave height; Wind speed (knots) = estimated wind speed; Set comments = additional notes/measurements pertaining to each set; Sediment sample = whether or not a sediment was collected at the site of the set (true or false=yes or no). Sample data for this file includes: event date (DD-MMM-YY); event_id (event identification code); Set (set code); Deep-C station = Deep-C station code, ID_Data_sample = specimen code (used to relate each sample back to a unique specimen identification code); ID_species = species name; sex (male/female); BW Weight (kg) = body weight; liver weight (g) = wet weight of liver; SL (cm) = teleost standard length or shark pre-caudal length; DW (cm) = batoid disk width; CW (cm) = crustaceans carapace width, CL (cm) = crustacean carapace length; FL (cm) = teleosts/sharks fork length or batoids disk length; TL (cm) = teleosts/batoids total length or sharks stretched total length: Mature (Y/N) = yes or no if mature; Maturity State (MAT/JUV/NEO/PUP/YOY) = mature (MAT), juvenile (JUV), neonate (NEO), pup (PUP), young of year (YOY); Hook/Trap Size, columns W through AH indicate if samples were taken for analysis; Tag # = external tag identification number; Hook/Trap Size = type of trap or hook size each specimen was collected with; Condition (Condition if released) = E=excellent: struggle during work-up, strong directional swimming upon release, G=good: little struggle, strong swimming upon release, mild disorientation possible, F=fair: relatively weak and disoriented swimming upon release, P=poor: some movement indicating life (e.g. nictitating membranes, gills) but very weak to no active swimming upon release, DOA=dead: no movements or life signs; SI = Biopsy for stable isotope analyses (# of samples); GN = Genetics samples (# of samples); RP = Reproductive tract (Y if collected); WM = White muscle for purposes other than stable isotopes – e.g. mercury analyses (# of samples); BD = Blood (# of vials); BI = Bile (Y if collected); ST = Stomach (Y if collected); RG=rectal gland; AG = Aging structure (S=spines, R=rays, O=otoliths, V=vertebrae); Gill-gill sample collected (Y/N); Heart sample collected (Y/N); Other = Any additional tissues collected (e.g. radiocarbon); SP = Specimen; whole specimen retained after sampling (Y/N); Vou = Voucher; specimen is a voucher retained for museum curation (Y/N); Specimen Comments = any additional specimen comment; CO=clasper outside (measurement, mm); CI=clasper inside (measurement, mm); G=gill; H=heart; OG=oviducal gland; MOD=maximum ovum diameter; UW-uterine width (mm); FB=football ova; YFS=yellow flaccid sacs; SRB=small round bodies; VDPC=vas deferens partially coiled; LAB=lost at boat; VDMC=vas deferens mostly coiled. |||||
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