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     data   graph     files  public Data from experiments testing the effects of hypoxia on behavior and physiology of two
species of rockfish from from 2015-2016
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attribute NC_GLOBAL access_formats String .htmlTable,.csv,.json,.mat,.nc,.tsv
attribute NC_GLOBAL acquisition_description String Experimental design
Experiments subjecting juvenile rockfishes to simulated future DO levels
were conducted at the seawater aquarium facility at the NOAA Southwest
Fisheries Science Center laboratory in Santa Cruz, CA. Juvenile rockfishes
were exposed to one of four treatment levels corresponding to conditions that
currently occur or are predicted to occur in the future on the central
California coast: 100% saturation (8.74 \u00b1 0.03 mg O2 L-1), 68% saturation
(6.00 \u00b1 0.04 mg O2 L-1), 46% saturation (4.06 \u00b1 0.04 mg O2 L-1), or
26% saturation (2.25 \u00b1 0.05 mg O2 L-1), with two replicate tanks per
treatment level. These levels were maintained for the duration of the
experiment to simulate chronic exposure to prolonged hypoxia events and
oxygen, pH, and temperature levels in all the treatment tanks were measured
daily using a HACH HQ40D multiparameter meter. All experimental trials were
conducted under constant temperature (12\u02daC) and pH (~8.05), with the same
DO levels as the rearing tank of the fish being tested.

To manipulate oxygen levels, seawater was first pumped from offshore through a
series of settling tanks and sand filters and held in a 2000 L reservoir tank
maintained at a constant temperature (12\u02daC) with aquarium chillers and
aerated to approximately 100% air saturation (~9.0 mg O2 L-1). This source
water was fed into four 500 L treatment reservoirs, which were used to create
desired DO concentrations by bubbling nitrogen (N2) gas to strip O2 from the
water. Gas delivery was controlled by the program WitroxView via solenoid
valves, and O2 levels were monitored using Loligo Systems optical oxygen
probes. Manipulated (or control) water was delivered at a rate of 20 ml s-1 to
80 L experimental tanks in a single-pass, flow-through design.\u00a0

Ten randomly assigned juvenile rockfish of each species were introduced into
each of two replicate tanks for each treatment (20 fish per treatment per
species). All tanks were covered to minimize visual disturbance from
investigators. Sections of plastic construction fencing material measuring 90
x 120 cm were bunched together and placed in each tank to simulate kelp
habitat structure. The two replicate tanks per treatment were fed on
alternating days and used in experiments on non-feeding days, thereby ensuring
a 36-48 hour fasting period prior to behavioral or physiological trials.
Fishes were fed to satiation with frozen, high protein krill on feeding days.
Prior to conducting any behavioral or physiological measurements, fish were
allowed a minimum of 5 days to recover in their treatment tanks from any
previous trial. See Table 1 of\u00a0Mattiasen et al. (2020) for the schedule
of the various experimental trials.

Escape response
Escape response trials tested the time required for a fish to find the exit
of an enclosed chamber (Jutfelt et al. 2013). Escape chambers were composed of
a PVC tube measuring 28 cm tall x 9 cm diameter with a 5 cm diameter hole cut
in the side. A slit located 8 cm from the top of the chamber allowed a black
plexiglass divider to be inserted, retaining fish in the top half of the
chamber during the acclimation period. Removal of the divider released the
fish into the lower portion of the chamber at the start of the timed trial.
Escape chambers were placed in 40 L insulated aquaria on a water table to
control temperatures. A total of six replicated escape chambers and aquaria
were used, allowing for six simultaneous trials. Individual fish were
transferred into the top of the chamber and allowed a 15 min acclimation
period. At the end of the acclimation period the divider was removed without
visual interference by the investigator. Observers watched a mirror above the
tanks and recorded the time at which each fish exited the chamber (defined as
the time at which the head of the fish exited the chamber). Trials were
terminated after 10 min regardless of whether the fish exited.

Behavioral lateralization
Brain functional asymmetry and behavioral lateralization reflect the bias
for left vs. right turning decisions in a detour test. To measure
lateralization in response to DO treatment conditions, a detour test was
employed with a double T-Maze (Domenici et al., 2007). Individual fish were
transferred into one end of the two-way T-Maze (50 x 30 x 25 cm L x W x H
aquaria), and allowed to acclimate for 3 minutes. The starting side was
alternated for every trial to minimize the potential for side bias. After the
acclimation period, the fish was gently coaxed to swim down the center channel
(without touching the fish) using a long PVC bar, and when it reached a
barrier at the end of the channel, the fish had to decide to turn right or
left. The turn direction was recorded and the experiment was repeated 10
times, 5 times in each direction. Each trial took approximately 10 minutes to
complete. Absolute lateralization (LA) was calculated as

LA = (|# right turns \u2013 # left turns| )/(# right turns + # left turns) x

as an index of non-directional turn bias. LA reflects whether turn bias exists
at the population level, irrespective of direction. Relative lateralization
(LR\u00ac) was also calculated to determine whether the fish in a particular
treatment exhibited turning bias for a particular direction (i.e., left or
right preference). LR was calculated as

LR = (# right turns \u2013 # left turns)/(# right turns + # left turns) x 100

Positive values indicate a right turning bias, while negative values indicate
a left turning bias.

Critical oxygen tension (pCrit)
A subset of 8 individuals per species from each treatment was tested for
hypoxia tolerance by estimating pCrit using an automated intermittent flow
respirometry system (Loligo Systems). Fish were placed in sealed respirometry
chambers overnight at their treatment oxygen levels to acclimate to the
chambers. Subsequently, pCrit trials were initiated by raising the oxygen
saturation of the reservoir to 70% air saturation and three MO2 measurement
loops (5 min flush, 10 min wait, 5 min measurement) were recorded at each
oxygen level. The DO level was then reduced in a step-wise fashion by 10% air
saturation, through the addition of N2 gas until reaching 40% air saturation,
below which oxygen saturation was reduced at 5% intervals until reaching 10%
air saturation, at which point the trial was terminated. This approach allowed
us to obtain a more precise measurement of pCrit and to reduce risk of
inadvertent mortality.

Oxygen consumption rate (MO2 in mg O2 kg-1 hr-1) was calculated using the
following equation:

MO2 = \u2206PO2 V\u221dM-1 \u2206t-1

Where \u2206PO2 is the change in water partial pressure of O2 (mmHg), \u2206t
is the elapsed time (h), V is the volume of the respirometer chamber minus the
volume of the fish (cm3), M is the total mass of the animal (kg), and \u221d
is the O2 solubility coefficient at the experimental temperature (Boutilier et
al., 1988). The respirometry system was cleaned using dilute bleach after each
trial to eliminate the influence of microbial respiration on subsequent
trials. pCrit was calculated for each fish using the broken stick regression
method (Toms and Lesperance, 2003) by computing the oxygen saturation level at
which the metabolic rate began to decrease linearly with decreasing DO.

Aerobic scope
Aerobic scope is the difference between the standard (or resting) metabolic
rate (SMR) and the maximum metabolic rate (MMR). We measured the SMR on a
subset of 8 fish per species per treatment using the intermittent flow
respirometry system. Four individuals at a time were weighed and placed into
separate respirometer chambers, with MO2 measurements taken over a 12 hr
period overnight. SMR was measured during nighttime hours to capture the MO2
at the time where the fish were at their lowest metabolic activity levels. The
lowest 10% of MO2 measurements per cycle, excluding outliers (values > 2
standard deviations), were used to calculate the SMR of each individual fish
(Clark et al., 2012). MMR was subsequently measured following swimming to
exhaustion using a Loligo Systems 10 L swim flume (model #SW10100). Exhaustion
was achieved by swimming the fish for 5 minutes at a velocity one-body length
per second below the estimated average critical swimming speed of the group
(N. Kashef, unpublished data). The fish were then quickly returned to the
respirometry chambers and run for one measurement cycle to acquire MMR.
Preliminary trials concluded that the highest MO2 values occurred directly
following swimming to exhaustion. Aerobic scope was calculated by subtracting
the SMR from the MMR.

Ventilation rate
Ventilation rate was measured on a subset of 10 individuals per species per
treatment using a specially designed array of 10 experimental chambers (5 x 15
cm, water depth 4 cm), each holding an individual fish. Each chamber received
flow-through seawater of the appropriate rearing DO treatment and constant
temperature (12\u02daC). Following a two-hour acclimation period, two GoPro
HERO4 video cameras recorded each fish for 30 minutes. Ventilation rate was
determined by counting the number of open/closing cycles of the gill operculum
within a minute (i.e., ventilations per minute [VPM]). Average VPM for each
fish was calculated for 3 randomly selected one-minute measurements.

Problem report: Some individual fish were used in each of the behavioral and
physiological trials, while other fish were only tested in a subset of the
possible experimental trials. In addition, if any fish died in the course of
the experiments, they were replaced by a new fish.
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attribute NC_GLOBAL awards_0_funder_name String NSF Emerging Frontiers Division
attribute NC_GLOBAL awards_0_funding_acronym String NSF EF
attribute NC_GLOBAL awards_0_funding_source_nid String 392
attribute NC_GLOBAL awards_0_program_manager String Irwin Forseth
attribute NC_GLOBAL awards_0_program_manager_nid String 520504
attribute NC_GLOBAL cdm_data_type String Other
attribute NC_GLOBAL comment String Rockfish hypoxia experiments
PI: Scott Hamilton (Moss Landing Marine Laboratories)
Version date: 14 April 2020
attribute NC_GLOBAL Conventions String COARDS, CF-1.6, ACDD-1.3
attribute NC_GLOBAL creator_email String info at bco-dmo.org
attribute NC_GLOBAL creator_name String BCO-DMO
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attribute NC_GLOBAL data_source String extract_data_as_tsv version 2.3 19 Dec 2019
attribute NC_GLOBAL date_created String 2020-04-14T19:42:57Z
attribute NC_GLOBAL date_modified String 2020-04-15T19:34:41Z
attribute NC_GLOBAL defaultDataQuery String &time<now
attribute NC_GLOBAL doi String 10.26008/1912/bco-dmo.809321.1
attribute NC_GLOBAL infoUrl String https://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/809321 (external link)
attribute NC_GLOBAL institution String BCO-DMO
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attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_0_dataset_instrument_nid String 809358
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attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_0_supplied_name String GoPro HERO4 video camera
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attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_1_dataset_instrument_nid String 809357
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attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_1_instrument_nid String 705
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_1_supplied_name String Loligo Systems optical oxygen probes
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_2_acronym String Aquarium
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_2_dataset_instrument_nid String 809355
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_2_description String Aquarium - a vivarium consisting of at least one transparent side in which water-dwelling plants or animals are kept
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_2_instrument_name String Aquarium
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_2_instrument_nid String 711
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_3_acronym String Aquarium chiller
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_3_dataset_instrument_nid String 809356
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_3_description String Immersible or in-line liquid cooling device, usually with temperature control.
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_3_instrument_name String Aquarium chiller
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_3_instrument_nid String 522982
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_acronym String Hand Net
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_dataset_instrument_nid String 809353
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_description String A hand net (also called a scoop net or dip net) is a net or mesh basket held open by a hoop. They are used for scooping fish near the surface of the water.
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_instrument_name String Hand Net
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_instrument_nid String 682469
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_4_supplied_name String large mesh hand nets
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_acronym String SCUBA
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_dataset_instrument_nid String 809354
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_description String The self-contained underwater breathing apparatus or scuba diving system is the result of technological developments and innovations that began almost 300 years ago. Scuba diving is the most extensively used system for breathing underwater by recreational divers throughout the world and in various forms is also widely used to perform underwater work for military, scientific, and commercial purposes.

Reference: http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/technology/diving/diving.html
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_instrument_name String Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_instrument_nid String 713363
attribute NC_GLOBAL instruments_5_supplied_name String SCUBA
attribute NC_GLOBAL keywords String absolute, Absolute_Lateralization_Score, aerobic, Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour, air, bco, bco-dmo, beats, biological, chemical, data, dataset, date, Date_at_end_of_experiment, Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments, dmo, end, entered, erddap, escape, Escape_Time_seconds, experiment, experimental, final, Final_Standard_Length_mm, Final_Total_Length_mm, Final_Weight_g, fish, Fish_ID, hour, initial, Initial_Standard_Length_mm, Initial_Total_Length_mm, Initial_Weight_g, into, lateralization, length, management, maximum, Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour, metabolic, minute, O2, oceanography, office, operculum, oxygen, Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L, pcnt, pcrit, Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation, per, preliminary, rate, relative, Relative_Lateralization_Score, replicate, saturation, scope, score, seconds, species, standard, Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour, tank, Tank_Replicate, time, total, treatment, treatments, ventilation, Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute, weight
attribute NC_GLOBAL license String https://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/809321/license (external link)
attribute NC_GLOBAL metadata_source String https://www.bco-dmo.org/api/dataset/809321 (external link)
attribute NC_GLOBAL param_mapping String {'809321': {}}
attribute NC_GLOBAL parameter_source String https://www.bco-dmo.org/mapserver/dataset/809321/parameters (external link)
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_affiliation String Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_affiliation_acronym String MLML
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_person_name String Scott Hamilton
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_person_nid String 516017
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_role String Principal Investigator
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_0_role_type String originator
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_affiliation String Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_affiliation_acronym String WHOI BCO-DMO
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_person_name String Shannon Rauch
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_person_nid String 51498
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_role String BCO-DMO Data Manager
attribute NC_GLOBAL people_1_role_type String related
attribute NC_GLOBAL project String OA Hypoxia Rockfish
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_acronym String OA Hypoxia Rockfish
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_description String NSF Award Abstract:
For near shore marine species inhabiting upwelling ecosystems such as the California Current, climate change resulting from the anthropogenic release of CO2 into the atmosphere is likely to induce concurrent conditions of ocean acidification (OA) and hypoxia, which are exacerbated during periods of seasonal upwelling. Although marine fishes have generally been presumed to be tolerant of OA due to their competence in acid-base regulation, recent studies in tropical regions suggest that early life stages may be particularly sensitive to elevated levels of dissolved CO2 (which lowers seawater pH) by impairing respiration, acid-base regulation, and neurotransmitter function. Low levels of dissolved oxygen (DO), which occur during hypoxia, can likewise impact the behavior, physiology and survival of marine fishes. Few studies have addressed the potential interactive effects of a low pH, low DO environment. From molecular tools to whole animal physiology, this research will provide an in-depth examination of an inherently integrative process. The study will use a multiple stressor framework to address the potential threats posed by the independent and combined effects of OA and hypoxia on behavior, physiological capacity, and gene expression in temperate reef fishes. Because mortality in early life stages has important carryover effects, understanding the effects of these stressors is critical for predicting future climate change responses of global fish populations. Such information will lay the groundwork for further studies that address the synergistic effects of multiple stressors and the characteristics of California Current species that influence their ability to tolerate or adapt to changes in ocean chemistry in a rapidly changing climate.
The project goals are to use a combination of laboratory and field studies to examine ecologically and physiologically relevant responses of juvenile rockfish (genus Sebastes) to the independent and interactive effects of ocean acidification and hypoxia. Rockfish will be captured in the field and then reared in the lab at 4 different pCO2 levels and 4 different DO levels to simulate changes in environmental conditions. Response variables include:  (1) measures of changes in olfactory capabilities, brain functional asymmetry and problem-solving ability and (2) effects on swimming capabilities, respiration, aerobic performance, and growth. In addition, we will use next generation transcriptome sequencing to examine genome-wide changes in gene expression and enzyme activity for Na+/K+ ATPase (NKA), citrate synthase (CS), and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), as proxies for acid-base compensation and metabolic shifts between aerobic and anaerobic metabolism. Oceanographic sensors will be deployed in the field to determine the frequency and intensity of hypoxia and low pH events in near shore habitats in Northern and Central California. Adaptive sampling of juvenile rockfish will be used to evaluate gene expression and physiological responses in individuals exposed in situ to low pH and low DO events in the field. The effects of OA and hypoxia will be compared across rockfish species with different life histories (e.g. larval duration, timing of spawning, etc.) and collected from regions differing in exposure to low pH/low DO events to address the potential for local adaptation. The focus of this project is on responses of the early juvenile stage at the time of settlement, because this stage is exposed to near shore changes in ocean chemistry during a critical period where physiological stress and behavioral disruptions may have the strongest demographic effects due to increased risk of predation.
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_end_date String 2019-08
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_name String Collaborative Research: Ocean Acidification: RUI: Multiple Stressor Effects of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia on Behavior, Physiology, and Gene Expression of Temperate Reef Fishes
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_project_nid String 516018
attribute NC_GLOBAL projects_0_start_date String 2014-09
attribute NC_GLOBAL publisher_name String Biological and Chemical Oceanographic Data Management Office (BCO-DMO)
attribute NC_GLOBAL publisher_type String institution
attribute NC_GLOBAL sourceUrl String (local files)
attribute NC_GLOBAL standard_name_vocabulary String CF Standard Name Table v55
attribute NC_GLOBAL summary String This study investigated the effects of hypoxia on the behavior and physiology of juvenile rockfishes in a controlled laboratory setting to test how deoxygenation may impact early life stages of common temperate reef fishes. Juvenile rockfishes were collected from shallow rocky reef and kelp forest habitats at Stillwater Cove, central California (36\u02da 34' N, 121\u02da 56' W) during May-June of 2015. Newly settled copper (Sebastes caurinus) and blue (Sebastes mystinus) rockfish were reared in the laboratory under across a range of oxygen concentrations. Juvenile rockfishes were exposed to one of four dissolved oxygen treatment levels corresponding to conditions that currently occur or are predicted to occur in the future on the central California coast: 100% saturation (8.74 \u00b1 0.03 mg O2 L-1), 68% saturation (6.00 \u00b1 0.04 mg O2 L-1), 46% saturation (4.06 \u00b1 0.04 mg O2 L-1), or 26% saturation (2.25 \u00b1 0.05 mg O2 L-1), with two replicate tanks per treatment level. Behavior and physiological trials were conducted on each individual to test how each species responds to declining oxygen levels, including (1) escape response, (2) behavioral lateralization, (3) standard metabolic rate, (4) maximum metabolic rate, (5) aerobic scope, (6) pCrit (i.e., hypoxia tolerance test), and (7) ventilation rate. These data are published in Mattiasen et al. (2020).
attribute NC_GLOBAL title String Data from experiments testing the effects of hypoxia on behavior and physiology of two species of rockfish from from 2015-2016
attribute NC_GLOBAL version String 1
attribute NC_GLOBAL xml_source String osprey2erddap.update_xml() v1.3
variable Fish_ID   float  
attribute Fish_ID _FillValue float NaN
attribute Fish_ID actual_range float 1.0, 220.0
attribute Fish_ID bcodmo_name String individual
attribute Fish_ID description String Unique identifer
attribute Fish_ID long_name String Fish ID
attribute Fish_ID units String unitless
variable Species   String  
attribute Species bcodmo_name String species
attribute Species description String Species used in the experiments
attribute Species long_name String Species
attribute Species units String unitless
variable Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L   float  
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L _FillValue float NaN
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L actual_range float 2.2, 8.4
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L bcodmo_name String treatment
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L description String Experimental treatment condition
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L long_name String Oxygen Treatment Mg Per L
attribute Oxygen_treatment_mg_per_L units String milligrams O2 per liter (mg/L)
variable Tank_Replicate   String  
attribute Tank_Replicate bcodmo_name String replicate
attribute Tank_Replicate description String Two replicate tanks (A and B) per treatment
attribute Tank_Replicate long_name String Tank Replicate
attribute Tank_Replicate units String unitless
variable Initial_Standard_Length_mm   float  
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm _FillValue float NaN
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm actual_range float 29.0, 56.3
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm bcodmo_name String length
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm description String Initial length measured from tip of mouth to hypural bones
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm long_name String Initial Standard Length Mm
attribute Initial_Standard_Length_mm units String millimeters (mm)
variable Initial_Total_Length_mm   float  
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm _FillValue float NaN
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm actual_range float 36.2, 67.6
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm bcodmo_name String length
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm description String Initial length measured from tip of mouth to end of caudal fin
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm long_name String Initial Total Length Mm
attribute Initial_Total_Length_mm units String millimeters (mm)
variable Initial_Weight_g   float  
attribute Initial_Weight_g _FillValue float NaN
attribute Initial_Weight_g actual_range float 0.411, 3.272
attribute Initial_Weight_g bcodmo_name String weight
attribute Initial_Weight_g description String Initial weight
attribute Initial_Weight_g long_name String Initial Weight G
attribute Initial_Weight_g units String grams (g)
variable Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments   String  
attribute Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments bcodmo_name String date
attribute Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments description String Date entered into experimental treatments; format: yyyy-mm-dd
attribute Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments long_name String Date Entered Into Experimental Treatments
attribute Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments nerc_identifier String https://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/P01/current/ADATAA01/ (external link)
attribute Date_entered_into_experimental_treatments units String unitless
variable Date_at_end_of_experiment   String  
attribute Date_at_end_of_experiment bcodmo_name String date
attribute Date_at_end_of_experiment description String Date at end of experiment; format: yyyy-mm-dd
attribute Date_at_end_of_experiment long_name String Date At End Of Experiment
attribute Date_at_end_of_experiment nerc_identifier String https://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/P01/current/ADATAA01/ (external link)
attribute Date_at_end_of_experiment units String unitless
variable Final_Standard_Length_mm   float  
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm _FillValue float NaN
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm actual_range float 41.9, 73.5
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm bcodmo_name String length
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm description String Final length measured from tip of mouth to hypural bones
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm long_name String Final Standard Length Mm
attribute Final_Standard_Length_mm units String millimeters (mm)
variable Final_Total_Length_mm   float  
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm _FillValue float NaN
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm actual_range float 51.2, 86.8
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm bcodmo_name String length
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm description String Final length measured from tip of mouth to end of caudal fin
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm long_name String Final Total Length Mm
attribute Final_Total_Length_mm units String millimeters (mm)
variable Final_Weight_g   float  
attribute Final_Weight_g _FillValue float NaN
attribute Final_Weight_g actual_range float 1.12, 548.0
attribute Final_Weight_g bcodmo_name String weight
attribute Final_Weight_g description String Final weight
attribute Final_Weight_g long_name String Final Weight G
attribute Final_Weight_g units String grams (g)
variable Escape_Time_seconds   short  
attribute Escape_Time_seconds _FillValue short 32767
attribute Escape_Time_seconds actual_range short 3, 2100
attribute Escape_Time_seconds bcodmo_name String time_elapsed
attribute Escape_Time_seconds description String Time required for fish to exit the chamber
attribute Escape_Time_seconds long_name String Escape Time Seconds
attribute Escape_Time_seconds nerc_identifier String https://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/P01/current/ELTMZZZZ/ (external link)
attribute Escape_Time_seconds units String seconds
variable Relative_Lateralization_Score   byte  
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score _FillValue byte 127
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score actual_range byte -100, 100
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score bcodmo_name String sample_descrip
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score description String Percent of time fish turned right (positive score) or left (negative score)
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score long_name String Relative Lateralization Score
attribute Relative_Lateralization_Score units String unitless (percent)
variable Absolute_Lateralization_Score   byte  
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score _FillValue byte 127
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score actual_range byte 0, 100
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score bcodmo_name String sample_descrip
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score description String Percent of time fish showed a turn bias out of 10 trials
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score long_name String Absolute Lateralization Score
attribute Absolute_Lateralization_Score units String unitless (percent)
variable Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute   double  
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute _FillValue double NaN
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute actual_range double 18.33333333, 90.0
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute bcodmo_name String respiration
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute description String Average number of breaths per minute
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute long_name String Ventilation Rate Operculum Beats Per Minute
attribute Ventilation_rate_operculum_beats_per_minute units String breaths per minute (BPM)
variable Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour   float  
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour _FillValue float NaN
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour actual_range float 52.0, 197.27
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour bcodmo_name String O2 consumption
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour description String Oxygen consumption of fish at rest
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour long_name String Standard Metabolic Rate Mg O2 Per Kg Per Hour
attribute Standard_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour units String milligrams O2 per kilogram per hour
variable Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour   float  
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour _FillValue float NaN
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour actual_range float 101.82, 361.0
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour bcodmo_name String O2 consumption
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour description String Oxygen consumption of fish after exercise
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour long_name String Maximum Metabolic Rate Mg O2 Per Kg Per Hour
attribute Maximum_Metabolic_Rate_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour units String milligrams O2 per kilogram per hour
variable Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour   float  
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour _FillValue float NaN
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour actual_range float 6.37, 227.83
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour bcodmo_name String O2 consumption
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour description String Difference between standard and maximum metabolic rate
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour long_name String Aerobic Scope Mg O2 Per Kg Per Hour
attribute Aerobic_Scope_mg_O2_per_kg_per_hour units String milligrams O2 per kilogram per hour
variable Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation   float  
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation _FillValue float NaN
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation actual_range float 12.4595, 34.3444
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation bcodmo_name String O2sat
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation description String Measure of hypoxia tolerance as percent air saturation
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation long_name String Pcrit Pcnt Air Saturation
attribute Pcrit_pcnt_air_saturation units String unitless (percent)

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