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Natural bed disturbance modelling outputs

John Aldridge
This dataset consists of output from a computer model that attempts to predict annual seabed disturbance caused by waves and currents. Disturbance was taken to mean physical movement of the seedbed sediments and was quantified as a disturbance frequency (days per year disturbance occurred). For sandy regions the disturbance depth is also predicted (days per year disturbance occurred to a given depth below the seabed). For gravel and mud substrates the depth of disturbance was...

Impacts of climate change on marine mammals

Peter G. H. Evans & Arne Bjørge
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 134-148

Marine Climate Change Impacts: 10 years’ experience of science to policy reporting

MCCIP
This report card summarises how our understanding of marine climate change impacts has developed since the first MCCIP report card and lessons for science to policy reporting.

The effect of acid and neutral Lugol's iodine solution on phytoplankton sample preservation, experimental results

Oliver Williams
The data are the results of lab experiments conducted in 2013-2014 at the Cefas laboratory, Lowestoft, UK. Multiple marine phytoplankton taxa were preserved in one of three different Lugol's Iodine solutions (one neutral and two acidified at different strengths). Samples were enumerated over a period of 8 months to investigate degradation rates across taxa and preservatives. Samples consisted of 5 cultured species Ditylum brightwellii, Prorocentrum lima, Karenia mikimotoi, Coccolithus pelagicus & Tetraselmis suecica and one...

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.

Seawater salinity trend analysis for the North East Atlantic (North West European Shelf)

Strategy Data Governance
This gridded data product provides a trend analysis to estimate the changes in Seawater Salinity at sea surface and near sea bed for the North West European Shelf from 1st January 1985 to 30th June 2014 at 7 Km spatial resolution. Monthly and seasonal trend values were generated by applying a Generalised Additive Model (GAM) on a time series of modelling output data for Salinity at 7 Km spatial resolution from the North West Shelf...

Seawater temperature trend analysis for the North East Atlantic (North West European Shelf)

Strategy Data Governance
This gridded data product provides a trend analysis to estimate the changes in Seawater Temperature at sea surface and near sea bed for the North West European Shelf for the period from 1st January 1985 to 30th June 2014 in degree Celsius. Monthly and seasonal trend values were generated by applying a Generalised Additive Model (GAM) on a time series of modelling output data for Temperature at 7 Km spatial resolution from the North West...

Cefas Plankton Analysis 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. Sampling of plankton has been carried out by Cefas since the 1940’s. In recent decades sampling has mainly been concentrated on fish eggs and larvae, and other zooplankton. Samples were collected using ‘high–speed towed nets’ that capture plankton from the surface to near–seabed....

Marine Climate Change Report Card 2013

MCCIP
The 2013 MCCIP Report Card provides the very latest updates on our understanding of how climate change is affecting UK seas. Over 150 scientists from more than 50 leading science organisations contributed to this report card covering a wide range of topics ensuring that the information is timely, accurate and comprehensive.

Impacts of climate change on deep-sea habitats

David J. Hughes & Bhavani E. Narayanaswamy
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 204-210

Impacts of climate change on plankton

Martin Edwards, Eileen Bresnan, Kathryn Cook, Mike Heath, Pierre Helanaouet, Christopher Lynam, Robin Raine & Claire Widdicombe
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 98-112

Ferry Routes Monitoring System (Historical)

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. Near surface temperature and salinity samples have been collected by ferries, the most recent, the Stena Partner, along 52°N between Harwich (formerly Felixstowe) and Rotterdam, from August 1970 onwards. Throughout the year, at weekly intervals, temperature data were recorded and water samples taken...

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...

Georeferenced data of wrecks in the North Sea: 2016

Nicola McPherson
Gridded data, in ascii text format, of wrecks at the spatial extent of the North Sea (2012). Data are produced at three different spatial resolutions: 0.1, 0.25 and 0.5 decimal degree, respectively. Values represent estimated proportion of grid cell occupied by structures. Source data, obtained upon request from the Wreck Site (https://www.wrecksite.eu/), were processed and aggregated to support projects under the INSITE (INfluence of man-made Structures In The Ecosystem) programme.

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 Fishing Survey 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. The Fishing Survey System (FSS) is a purpose–built database used to hold and maintain Cefas fish survey data, primarily from government mandated surveys. This SQL database holds the main research and charter vessel fishing surveys data from 1901 to present. It includes station,...

Zooplankton data from Ring net, CALPS and PIA from the Western English Channel and Eastern Irish Sea in 2016

Sophie Pitois
Zooplankton data was collected from 3 different devices: Ring net, Continuous automated Litter and Plankton Sampler (CALPS) and Plankton Image Identifier (PIA), during the PELTIC 2016 survey (Pelagic ecosystem in the western English Channel and eastern Celtic Sea, 3rd to the 19th October) on board the RV “Cefas Endeavour”. Zooplankton samples and images were collected at 40 stations during the night. Depth-integrated vertical hauls using the Ring net were deployed with the aim of sampling...

SmartBuoy observational network - North Dogger

Naomi Greenwood
On the SmartBuoy, surface measurements of plant nutrient concentrations are derived from two instruments. The NAS-3X in-situ nutrient analyser takes hourly measurements of nitrate concentration, while lower frequency (daily) measurements of nitrate and silicate concentration are derived from laboratory analysis of water samples collected and preserved by the WMS-2 water sampler. An estimate of phytoplankton concentration (biomass) is obtained twice per hour using a fluorometer measuring chlorophyll fluorescence. To aid interpretation of these data, SmartBuoy...

Cefas Coastal Temperature Network

David Morris
The Coastal Temperature Network consists of Cefas (and predecessor) originated data and data from external suppliers, who have agreed their data can be published as part of the network (Jones, 1981). The earliest data are from 1875 (Owers Light vessel) and have been supplied by the Met Office. The longest continuous record provided here is from Eastbourne (1892–2014). Sampling is from piers and breakwaters 50-200m from the shore where possible (Jones, 1981). The present network...

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 temperature (air and sea)

Stephen R. Dye, Sarah L. Hughes, Jonathan Tinker, David I. Berry, N. Penny Holliday, Elizabeth C. Kent, Kevin Kennington, Mark Inall, Tim Smyth, Glenn Nolan, Kieran Lyons, Olga Andres & Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 1-12

Impacts of climate change on harmful algal blooms

Eileen Bresnan, Keith Davidson, Martin Edwards, Liam Fernand, Richard Gowen, Ailsa Hall, Kevin Kennington, April McKinney, Steve Milligan, Robin Raine & Joe Silke
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 236-243

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 aquaculture

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

Impacts of climate change on human health

Craig Baker-Austin, Carlos J.A. Campos, Andrew Turner, Wendy A. Higman & David Lees
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 257-262

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