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Sea Angling 2012 - Online catch survey

Mike Armstrong
Data from online survey done within Sea Angling 2012 project The Sea Angling 2012 project includes a number of different surveys running in parallel to provide a detailed overview of all forms of sea angling throughout England during 2012. Cefas carried out an online survey for anglers to record more detailed information on their activities, catches and expenditure during 2012.

SmartBuoy Marine Observational Network - Phytoplankton Data 2001-2017

Alex Milligan
This dataset consists of analysed phytoplankton data from the years 2001-2017 inclusive collected from the SmartBuoy moorings at Celtic Deep, Dowsing, Gabbard/West Gabbard/WestGabbard2, Warp and Liverpool Bay using WMS and EDU automated water samplers. SmartBuoys consist of a 4 meter tall stainless steel frame with a fibreglass toroid for buoyancy. Instruments are attached at a nominal 1 meter depth to the frame. The water samplers collect into pre-spiked bags containing acidified Lugols Iodine on a...

Molecular characterization of an Endozoicomonas-like species associated with mass mortalities of king scallop Pecten maximus L. in United Kingdom

Irene Cano
The king scallop Pecten maximus L. is the fastest growing fishery in the UK and currently the second most valuable. Mass mortality events in scallops have been reported associated with rickettsia-like organisms (RLOs) world-wide, however the causative agents were uncharacterised. In May 2013 and 2014 two mass mortality events affecting king scallops were recorded in the Lyme Bay Marine Protected Area (MPA) South West England. Histopathological examination showed gill epithelial tissue infected with RLO at...

UK shelf and North Sea quantitative sediment composition predictions

Oliver Williams
Spatial predictions of substrate composition for the UK shelf and North Sea. Compositional fractions of mud, sand and gravel were modelled for an area of the UK and North Sea using a statistical regression model. This dataset consists of percentage composition predictions for the mud, sand and gravel components as raster tifs. In addition the proportion of each of these sediment components were combined to predict the likely sediment classification as both a EUNIS habitat...

Impacts of climate change on Arctic sea-ice

Katharine Giles, Ann Keen, Helene Hewitt, Seymour Laxon, Sheldon Bacon, Daniel Feltham, Chris Folland, Tim Graham, Ed Hawkins, Daniel Hodson, Laura Jackson, Sarah Keeley, Matthew Menary, Matthew Palmer, Jeff Ridley, Doug Smith, Meric Srokosz, Alex West & Richard Wood
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 13-19

Impacts of climate change on air-sea exchanges of heat and water

Simon A. Josey & David I. Berry
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 87-90

Effeithiau newid hinsawdd ar y môr: Goblygiadau ar gyfer gweithredu deddfwriaeth bioamrywiaeth y môr

MCCIP
Mae’r Cerdyn Adrodd hwn yn edrych ar ddeddfwriaeth newid hinsawdd a bioamrywiaeth forol, gan ganolbwyntio ar y ddeddfwriaeth a ddefnyddir i sefydlu gwahanol fathau o ardaloedd gwarchodedig morol.

Intertidal species and habitat

Michael Burrows
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 62-72

Impacts of climate change on fisheries

John K. Pinnegar, William W.L. Cheung, Miranda Jones, Gorka Merino, Bill Turrell & David Reid
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 302-317

Impacts of ocean acidification

Phil Williamson, Carol Turley, Colin Brownlee, Helen S. Findlay, Andy Ridgwell, Daniela N. Schmidt, Declan C. Schroeder, Jerry Blackford, Toby Tyrrell & John K. Pinnegar
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 34-48

Predictor variables and groundtruth samples for north-west European continental shelf quantitative sediment analysis

Strategy Data Governance
Input data used to model sediment grain size for the north-west European continental shelf. Data includes: Sediment groundtruth observations with measured fractions of mud, sand and gravel, also converted to two additive log-ratios. These total 45761 samples. Also included are the eight predictor variables that were used to model sediment grain size. These were: Bathymetry, Bathymetric position index at a 50-pixel radii, Bathymetric position index at a 434-pixel radii, Distance from coast, Current speed at...

Impacts of climate change on aquaculture

Matt Gubbins, Ian Bricknell & Matt Service
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 318-327

Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry - CANDYFLOSS SmartBuoy

Tom Hull
This data set consists of biogeochemical sensor data from SmartBuoy moorings (Mills et al, 2005). SmartBuoys consist of a 4 meter tall stainless steel frame with a fibreglass torroid for buoyancy. Instruments are attached at a nominal 1 meter depth to the frame. In-air sensors are mounted to the top of the torroid. The buoys feature a satellite telemetry system providing near real-time telemetry. Temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll fluorescence, turbidity and photosynthetic active radiation...

ScanFish – North and Celtic Seas

David Morris
This dataset has been extracted as part of an exercise to assemble "all" Cefas Temperature Data and publish it in a Data paper. It is one of 17 Cefas data sources assembled. ScanFish is a high performance towed undulating CTD which was deployed by Cefas, initially, to aid the understanding of the coupling between physical and biological processes (Brown et al., 1996). It was towed behind the vessel at approximately 8 knots and undulated from...

CLiP Vanuatu Microplastics in sediment 2017

Strategy Data Governance
This dataset contains 2 csv files. One file contains data on microplastic abundance expressed in number of particles per 5g dried sediment from 14 grabs collected on Efate Island (Vanuatu) in 2017. One file contains spectrum analysis for some of the particles carried out with a ATR-FTIR. A READ-ME text file contains description of columns content for these two csv files. There is a .zip file that includes a csv file with the description of...

Impacts of climate change on ports and shipping

Paul Wright
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 263-270

Human health

Eileen Bresnan, Craig Baker-Austin, Carlos J.A. Campos, K. Davidson, M. Edwards, A. Hall, David Lees, A. McKinney, S. Milligan & J. Silke
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 100-107

Non-native species

Elizabeth J. Cottier-Cook, C. Beveridge, J.D. Bishop, J. Brodie, P.F. Clark, G. Epstein, Stuart Jenkins, D.G. Johns, J. Loxton, A. MacLeod, Christine Maggs, Dan Minchin, F. Mineur, Jack Sewell & C.A. Wood
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 47-61

Impacts of climate change on air-sea exchanges of CO2

Ian Totterdell
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 91-97

Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry - Celtic Deep 2 Lander

Tom Hull
This data set consists of biogeochemical sensor data from seabed moorings. The mooring consists of a 3 legged stainless steel "minilander" 1.5 meters high. The biogeochemical sensors are mounted at 1 meter above the seabed. Temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll fluorescence, turbidity where fitted to a Cefas ESM2 data logger. These instruments gathered data for 5 minutes every 30 minutes. Sensors were validated against in-situ samples during deployment and recovery. Fluorometers were standardised using fluorosphere...

Cefas Citizen Science Diver Recorded Temperatures

David Morris
This dataset has been extracted as part of an exercise to assemble "all" Cefas Temperature Data and publish it in a Data paper. It is one of 17 Cefas data sources assembled. This data source differs from the others in this collection because it arises from an investigation into the potential for Citizen Science to contribute to assessments of the marine environment. The dataset is derived from a database containing over 7,000 records of temperature...

Impacts of climate change on built structures (onshore and coastal)

Matthew P. Wadey, Heidi Roberts & John Harris
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 284-294

Cefas SmartBuoy Monitoring Network

David Morris
This dataset has been extracted as part of an exercise to assemble "all" Cefas Temperature Data and publish it in a Data paper. It is one of 17 Cefas data sources assembled. SmartBuoys are autonomous marine monitoring systems making high frequency measurements of physical, chemical and biological parameters (Greenwood et al., 2010). They have been deployed as part of the UK marine eutrophication monitoring programme. Sea surface temperature is measured using an FSI or Aanderaa...

North Sea phytoplankton pigments 2010 to 2011

Veronique Creach
These data contain information about the individual accessory pigments of phytoplankton measured by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) from two North Sea International Bottom Trawl Surveys in 2010 and 2011. These have been applied like a 'fingerprint' to identify phytoplankton functional types (PFT's). 10L water samples were taken from niskin bottles on a rosette fired at various depths, or from the continuous flow ferrybox water supply (approx. 4m water depth) in adverse weather conditions. Water...

RV Cefas Endeavour FerryBox Monitoring System

David Morris
This dataset has been extracted as part of an exercise to assemble "all" Cefas Temperature Data and publish it in a Data paper. It is one of 17 Cefas data sources assembled. Ferryboxes are packages of instruments that are usually placed on board commercial ships such as ferries to monitor temperature, salinity and other water properties. This data series is from 2009-2013 from the cruises of the RV Cefas Endeavour. The RV Cefas Endeavour was...

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