We submit most of our metabolomics data to MetaboLights, an online database for metabolomics experiments and derived information. The following datasets are publically-available:
MTBLS295: A phosphate starvation response gene (psr1-like) is present in Micromonas pusilla and other marine algae and coordinates the metabolic response to phosphate deficiency. Data from Fiore et al. (submitted)
MTBLS293: Metabolites from surface seawater collected in Narragansett Bay (unpublished)
MTBLS567: Dissolved organic matter released by three different Prochlorococcus strains (a high light-adapted strain (MIT9301; HLII) and two low light-adapted strains (MIT9313; LLIV and MIT0801; LLI). Manuscript for this work is in preparation.
The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative repository holds the data in "Probing the chemical transformation of seawater-soluble crude oil components during microbial oxidation" (Liu et al. 2020). The datasets include nutrient and DOC data (doi:10.7266/N71C1TTK ), targeted metabolomics data (doi:10.7266/N7N29TW0), non-targeted metabolomics data (doi:10.7266/N7WM1BBP), and metagenomics data (doi:10.7266/N7W95762).
Our data from a 2013 cruise on the R/V Knorr is available here at the Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO) which hosts data from NSF-funded projects.