Sensitivity of the Puget Sound ecosystem to ocean acidification using mineralogy and taxonomy as indicators (NCEI Accession 0169109)

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This archival package contains a number of files related to a project that characterizes the sensitivity of the Puget Sound ecosystem to ocean acidification by estimating, at a number of taxonomic levels, the direct sensitivity of its species. It includes a database of marine species in Puget Sound (.csv) with estimates of species mineralogy in the adult and early life stages, and a list (.docx) of references called to in the database. It also includes a list (.csv) of species in the Puget Sound that are also included in a second database that collects the results of studies on the sensitivity of temperate marine species to ocean acidification (Busch and McElhany 2016, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0160669). This latter database (.csv) is presented in an abbreviated format here including only species taxonomy, reference for the manuscript presenting data on the species, scores estimating the relevance of these studies to understanding the sensitivity of Puget Sound species to ocean acidificiation, and the direction of the species’ response to low pH conditions. Information on pH sensitivity from this database is rolled into scalars summarized at the family, order, and class levels (.csv) and these scalars are assigned to the species included in the Puget Sound species database.
  • Cite as: Busch, D. Shallin; McElhany, Paul (2017). Sensitivity of the Puget Sound ecosystem to ocean acidification using mineralogy and taxonomy as indicators (NCEI Accession 0169109). Version 1.1. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Dataset. doi:10.7289/V5ZW1J6F [access date]
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Time Period 2010-07-01 to 2017-08-28
Spatial Bounding Box Coordinates
N: 49
S: 47.038
E: -122.201
W: -124.744
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Publication Dates
  • publication: 2017-12-29
Edition 1.1
Data Presentation Form Digital table - digital representation of facts or figures systematically displayed, especially in columns
Dataset Progress Status Complete - production of the data has been completed
Data Update Frequency As needed
Purpose We explore two general hypotheses about species response to ocean acidification discussed in the literature: 1) calcifiers will be more sensitive to high CO2 conditions than non-calcifiers and 2) the sensitivity of calcifying species to high CO2 conditions will depend on their mineralogy.
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Dataset Citation
  • Cite as: Busch, D. Shallin; McElhany, Paul (2017). Sensitivity of the Puget Sound ecosystem to ocean acidification using mineralogy and taxonomy as indicators (NCEI Accession 0169109). Version 1.1. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Dataset. doi:10.7289/V5ZW1J6F [access date]
Cited Authors
  • Busch, D. Shallin
  • McElhany, Paul
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Acknowledgments
  • Funding Information: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center (Modeling Ecosystem Effects of Ocean Acidification in the North Pacific, OAPFY13.03.NWFSC.004)
Theme keywords NODC DATA TYPES THESAURUS NODC OBSERVATION TYPES THESAURUS WMO_CategoryCode
  • oceanography
Global Change Master Directory (GCMD) Science and Services Keywords
  • EARTH SCIENCE > BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION
  • EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOSYSTEMS > MARINE ECOSYSTEMS > BENTHIC
Provider Variable Names
  • AdultMineralReference
  • LarJuvMineralReference
  • Nonindigenous
  • Paper
  • R1
  • R2
  • R3
  • R4
  • R5
  • R6
  • R7
  • R8
  • R9
  • ResponseMetric
  • ResponseToCO2
  • SpeciesReference
  • SpeciesTaxonomyReference
  • classScalar
  • familyScalar
  • orderScalar
Data Center keywords Global Change Master Directory (GCMD) Data Center Keywords
  • DOC/NOAA/NESDIS/NODC > National Oceanographic Data Center, NESDIS, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • DOC/NOAA/NESDIS/NCEI > National Centers for Environmental Information, NESDIS, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • DOC/NOAA/NMFS/NWFSC > Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
NODC COLLECTING INSTITUTION NAMES THESAURUS NODC SUBMITTING INSTITUTION NAMES THESAURUS
Place keywords NODC SEA AREA NAMES THESAURUS Global Change Master Directory (GCMD) Location Keywords
  • OCEAN > PACIFIC OCEAN > NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN
Provider Geographic Names
  • Puget Sound
Project keywords NODC PROJECT NAMES THESAURUS Ocean Acidification Search Keywords
  • Ocean Acidification Data Stewardship (OADS) Project
  • Ocean Acidification Program (OAP)
Keywords NCEI ACCESSION NUMBER
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  • Cite as: Busch, D. Shallin; McElhany, Paul (2017). Sensitivity of the Puget Sound ecosystem to ocean acidification using mineralogy and taxonomy as indicators (NCEI Accession 0169109). Version 1.1. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Dataset. doi:10.7289/V5ZW1J6F [access date]
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  • 2017-12-29T01:14:05 - NCEI Accession 0169109 v1.1 was published.
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  • Parameter or Variable: Response metric; Abbreviation: ResponseMetric; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Response metric is a measure of the species performance under treatment (e.g., survival, metabolic rate, proteomic expression); Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, 2016 Estimates of the direct effect of seawater pH on the survival rate of species groups in the California Current Ecosystem. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160669. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0160669; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "study environment"; Abbreviation: R1; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If study took place at a natural CO2 vent site or takes advantage of a natural gradient in CO2 conditions: 1; if study took place in a laboratory on multiple species living in the same experimental chamber: 0.75; All else: 0.5.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Ability to measure population persistence" ; Abbreviation: R2; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If the response has a known relationship to population persistence: 1.0; All else: 0.5; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Control pH treatment"; Abbreviation: R3; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If pH treatment greater than or equal to 8.1: 0.5; if pH treatment greater than or equal to 7.8 and less than 8.1: 1.0; if pH is less than 7.8: 0.1.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Minimum experimental pH treatment" ; Abbreviation: R4; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If pH treatment greater than 7.8: 0.5; if pH treatment less than or equal to 7.8: 1.0; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Relatedness to species in Puget Sound"; Abbreviation: R5; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If species lives in Puget Sound: 1.0; If the genus but not species lives in Puget Sound: 0.75; If the family but not genus lives in Puget Sound: 0.5; If the order but not family lives in Puget Sound: 0.25; All else 0.1.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Distribution in the Puget Sound"; Abbreviation: R6; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If the species occurs in Puget Sound: 1.0; If the species occurs in the California Current: 0.75 If the species does not occur in the California Current: 0.25.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Collection location" ; Abbreviation: R7; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If study subjects were collected in the California Current: 1.0; If study subjects were collected close to the California Current: 0.75; If study subjects were not collected in the California Current or if collection location is unspecified: 0.25.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Response type" ; Abbreviation: R8; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If study evaluates decomposition, genomic response, harmful algal bloom variables, nitrogen fixation, proteomic response, viral shedding: 0.1; If study evaluates behavior, body composition, immune function, morphology: 0.2; If study evaluates acid-base balance, metabolism: 0.5; If study evaluates calcification: 0.8; If study evaluates development, growth, photosynthesis, reproductive rate, survival: 1.0.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Score from rule type on "Exposure duration"; Abbreviation: R9; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: If gamete, fertilized egg, spore: 1.0. If larvae/early life stage of phytoplankton, greater than or equal to 6 hours: 1.0, less than 6 hours: 0.5. If larvae/early life stage of macroalgae, seagrass, longer than or equal to 5 days: 1.0, less than 5 days: 0.5. If larvae/early life stage of abalone, krill, copepod, polychaete, longer than or equal to 6 days: 1.0, less than 6 days: 0.5. If larvae/early life stage of crab, longer than or equal to 30 days: 1.0, less than 30 days: 0.5. If larvae/early life stage of other invertebrates or vertebrates, longer than or equal to 14 days: 1.0, less than 14 days and longer than 7 days: 0.66, less than 7 days: 0.33. If juvenile stage of macroalgae or seagrass, longer than or equal to 30 days: 1.0, less than 30 days and longer than or equal to 7 days: 0.66, less than 7 days: 0.33. If juvenile stage of invertebrate, longer than or equal to 30 days: 1.0, less than 30 days and longer than or equal to 7 days: 0.66, less than 7 days: 0.33. If juvenile stage of vertebrate, longer than or equal to 90 days: 1.0, less than 90 days: 0.5. If adult stage of phytoplankton, bacteria, copepod, longer than or equal to 5 days: 1.0, less than 5 days: 0.5. If adult stage of macroalgae, seagrass, invertebrate, longer than or equal to 50 days: 1.0, less than 50 days and longer than or equal to 10 days: 0.66, less than 10 days: 0.33. If adult stage of vertebrate, longer than or equal to 100 days: 1.0, less than 100 days: 0.5. If duration undefined: 0.33.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s3; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Direction of species response to treatments; Abbreviation: ResponseToCO2; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Direction of species response to treatments in papers included in the species response database.; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2016 Estimates of the direct effect of seawater pH on the survival rate of species groups in the California Current Ecosystem. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160669. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0160669; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Relative survival scalar calculated at the class level; Abbreviation: classScalar; Observation type: meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: A relative survival scalar describes the direction and degree to which survival of the class is affected by increased CO2 relative to other classes.; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Relative survival scalar calculated at the order level ; Abbreviation: orderScalar; Observation type: Results from meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: A relative survival scalar describes the direction and degree to which survival of the order is affected by increased CO2 relative to other orders.; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Relative survival scalar calculated at the family level; Abbreviation: familyScalar; Observation type: Results from meta-analysis; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: A relative survival scalar describes the direction and degree to which survival of the family is affected by increased CO2 relative to other families.; Biological subject: Puget Sound species; Researcher name: Shallin Busch; Researcher institution: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
  • Parameter or Variable: Whether or not a species in non-indigenous to Puget Sound; Abbreviation: Nonindigenous.
  • Parameter or Variable: Reference indicating species presence in Puget Sound. ; Abbreviation: SpeciesReference; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Full reference given in Busch and McElhany References S1. ; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s2.
  • Parameter or Variable: Reference for species' mineralogy in the larval or juvenile stage. ; Abbreviation: LarJuvMineralReference; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Full reference given in Busch and McElhany References S1. ; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s2.
  • Parameter or Variable: Reference for species' mineralogy in the adult stage. ; Abbreviation: AdultMineralReference; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Full reference given in Busch and McElhany References S1. ; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s2.
  • Parameter or Variable: Reference for species' taxonomy. ; Abbreviation: SpeciesTaxonomyReference; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Full reference given in Busch and McElhany References S1. ; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, P 2017 Using mineralogy and higher-level taxonomy as indicators of species sensitivity to pH: A case-study of Puget Sound. Elem Sci Anth, 5: 53. Table S1: Scoring system used to define relevance of response to decreased ocean pH. https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.245.s2.
  • Parameter or Variable: Reference to manuscript included in species response database.; Abbreviation: Paper; Detailed sampling and analyzing information: Full reference given in Busch, DS and McElhany, 2016 ; Method reference: Busch, DS and McElhany, 2016 Estimates of the direct effect of seawater pH on the survival rate of species groups in the California Current Ecosystem. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160669. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0160669.
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