138 Works

Atlantic Meridonal Overturning Circulation

Gerard McCarthy, David Smeed, Stuart Cunningham & Chris Roberts
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 15-21

Seabirds

Francis Daunt, Ian Mitchell & Morten Frederiksen
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 42-46

Intertidal species and habitat

Michael Burrows
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 62-72

Connectivity matrices for seven benthic species

Cefas
These are connectivity matrices calculated from the results of Lagrangian models (GITM forced with GETM) for the period 2001-2010 and for seven benthic species: Alcyonium digitatum, Echinus esculentus, Lophelia pertusa, Metridium senile var. dianthus, Porifera, Mythilus edulis and Crepidula fornicata. The paper describing the calculation of these matrices and the analysis can be found in: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-32912-2.The data were produced by analysing the results of the Lagrangian model GITM. The connectivity was calculated between the sectors...

Impacts of climate change on the Atlantic Heat Conveyor

David Smeed, Richard Wood, Stuart Cunningham, Gerard McCarthy, Till Kuhlbrodt & Stephen R. Dye
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 49-59

CLiP Solomon Islands Land Waste Audits and Interviews

Cefas
This dataset contains 2 csv files. Solid_waste_audit_Solomon_Islands_Abundance.csv reports solid waste abundance and composition data from households and commercial activities expressed in number of items, weight or volume. Solid_waste_audit_Solomon_Islands_Metadata.csv reports the results of interviews done when solid waste samples were collected to gather metadata about household occupants social and behavioural metadata, including the fate of solid waste not collected through the official waste management service. Waste audits were conducted in eight communities between November and December...

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....

Coastal flooding

Ivan Haigh & R.J. Nicholls
MCCIP Science Review 2017, 108-114

Impacts of climate change on tourism (and marine recreation)

Murray Simpson
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 271-283

Impacts of climate change on fish

Stephen D. Simpson, Julia L. Blanchard & Martin J. Genner
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 113-124

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...

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

Salmon production model

Keith Jeffery
The bio-economic model can be used to identify and summarise potential production scenarios for Atlantic Salmon. Users can specify an initial fish weight, time of year and desired harvest weight; the model would then return the Time to Harvest for this scenario. Furthermore the model can optimise the time spent in an intermediate system such that the time in net pens is reduced below (eg) 12 months. The model is one of the key outputs...

Northwest European shelf seas, Phytoplankton pigments, 2010 to 2018

Cefas
These data contain concentrations in micrograms per litre (ug/L) of the individual accessory pigments of phytoplankton measured by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). Pigment samples were taken primarily on Cefas fisheries and SmartBuoy cruises and sent to DHI laboratory in Denmark for HPLC analysis. Data was then sent back to Cefas and matched with metadata and quality controlled. Chlorophyll concentrations from this dataset have a variety of uses: for assessment of concentrations for purposes such...

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 nutrient enrichment

Suzanne Painting, Jo Foden, Rodney Forster, Johan Van Der Molen, John Aldridge, Mike Best, Peter Jonas, David Hydes, Pamela Walsham, Lynda Webster, Matthew Gubbins, Mike Heath, Evin McGovern, Claire Vincent, Richard Gowen & Shane O'Boyle
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 219-235

Impacts of climate change on storms and waves

David Woolf & Judith Wolf
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 20-26

Fladen experimental fishing impact recovery data 2015 - 2m Beam Trawl

Cefas
Total count and biomass in grams of taxa identified from 2m beam trawl samples of the seabed, with associated station information. Samples were collected using a 2m scientific beam trawl at sampling stations located within three experimental boxes (treatment boxes only) during a fishing impact recovery survey within the Fladen Grounds. Data were collected at three time points (before impact (time 0), immediately after impact (time 1) and 8 months after impact (time 2) during...

Fladen experimental fishing impact recovery data - Sediment profile imagery

Cefas
Biological (presence of infauna, tubes) and physical (apparent redox potential discontinuity (aRPD) layer, penetration depth, surface roughness) parameters measured, and a Benthic Habitat Quality Index assessment, from sediment profile images of the seabed with associated station information. The sediment profile images were acquired from a self-contained photographic system at sampling stations located within six experimental boxes (three treatments and three control) during a fishing impact recovery survey within the Fladen Grounds. Data were collected at...

Fladen experimental fishing impact recovery data - Seabed imagery analysis

Cefas
Total counts and derived abundance codes of individual taxa identified from video files still photographs of the seabed and total counts of nephrops burrows identified from video files, with associated station information. The digital video and still photographs were acquired from cameras mounted on a camera sledge frame at sampling stations located within six experimental boxes (three treatments and three control) during a fishing impact recovery survey within the Fladen Grounds. Data were collected at...

Fladen experimental fishing impact recovery data - Benthic macrofauna

Cefas
Total counts and biomass in grams of individual taxa identified from 0.1m squared Day Grab samples of the seabed with associated station information. The benthic macrofaunal samples were collected at sampling stations located within six experimental boxes (three treatments and three control) during a fishing impact recovery survey within the Fladen Grounds. Data were collected at three time points (before impact (time 0), immediately after impact (time 1) and 8 months after impact (time 2)...

Fladen experimental fishing impact recovery data - 4m Beam Trawl

Cefas
Total count and biomass in grams of taxa identified from 4m beam trawl samples of the seabed, with associated station information. Samples were collected from three experimental treatment boxes only using two 4m beam trawls in parallel to simulate commercial beam trawling operations during the first of two research surveys on the RV Cefas Endeavour in April 2015. The sampling gear consisted of a commercially rigged (1989 style) 4m beam trawl (measured between inside edges...

Monthly average non-algal Suspended Particulate Matter concentrations

Tiago Silva
Spatially gridded, monthly average of non-algal Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM). Based on satellite derived Ifremer OC5 algorithm (Gohin et al 2011). Interpolated and merged data from SeaWiFS, MODIS, MERIS and VIIRS satellite sensors. Based on Gohin et al (2005) OC5 algorithm that jointly estimates the load of Chlorophyll and non-algal suspended particulate matter. This algorithm has been validated against in-situ coastal observations for the English Channel and Bay of Biscay (Gohin, 2011) and modified to...

Management Strategy Evaluation toolkit for Ecopath with Ecosim (model output and technical report)

Christopher Lynam
This dataset consists of output from a computer model that predicts responses of 69 functional groups from plankton to whales to changing fishing pressure. Scenarios are run using the newly built plug-in (see report) that allows for an assessment of the effect of model parameter uncertainty. The base model is the ICES key-run of EwE for the North Sea described here http://data.cefas.co.uk/#/View/2847. Format of the data: Zipped csv files covering the hindcast period 1991-2013 (inclusive)...

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