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Functional traits of marine protists

Pierre Ramond, Raffaele Siano & Marc Sourisseau
We combined the metabarcoding data of various coastal ecosystems and a newly developed trait-based approach to study the link between taxonomic and functional diversity across marine protistan communities of different size-classes. Environmental DNA was extracted and the V4 18S-rDNA genomic region was amplified and sequenced. In parallel, we developed a new theoretical framework of 30 biological traits, which cover the diversity and variety of marine protistan ecological strategies. Operational Taxonomic Units (OTUs) and their taxonomic...

Individual isotopic ratio and trophic levels of fish species in the Eastern English Channel

Pierre Cresson, Morgane Travers-Trolet, Manuel Rouquette, Margaux Denamiel & Arnaud Auber
This dataset gather isotopic ratios, sizes and masses measured on fish species collected in the English Channel, and trophic levels calculated for these individuals.

Population-specific variations of the genetic architecture of sex determination in wild European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax L.

Sara Faggion, Marc Vandeputte, Beatrice Chatain, Pierre-Alexandre Gagnaire & Francois Allal
Among the different sex determination modalities exhibited by fish species, polygenic sex determination (PSD) is supposedly unstable, with genetic and environmental components that may vary between populations exposed/adapted to different environments. European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) is an interesting model, combining both a PSD system and a genetic subdivision into an Atlantic and a Mediterranean lineage, with genetic substructures within the Mediterranean Sea. We produced experimental progeny crosses (N = 927) from broodstock sampled in...

Thermistor chain temperature data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2016-2017

Marjolaine Matabos, Jean-Pierre Brulport, Julien Legrand, Bertrand Moreau, Jozee Sarrazin, Pierre-Marie Sarradin & Mathilde Cannat
This dataset contains temperature data acquired between 7 September 2016 and February 2017 using hundred ONE_WIRE_DS18B20S (Maxim IC) sensors installed along a 70 m chain. Sensors are located on the last 50 m of the chain, each separated by 50 cm. The chain is connected to the SeaMoN East frame which is part of the SeaMoN East ecological monitoring node. Data was acquired every five minutes. The chain suffered a malfunction starting in January 2017....

Evaluation des stocks de pétoncle d’Islande Chlamys islandica, peigne du Canada Placopecten magellanicus et concombre de mer Cucumaria frondosa du gisement du banc de Saint-Pierre (subdivision 3Ps de l’OPANO). Résultats de la campagne de prospection SPM2017-Hal (14 au 24 août 2017).

Eric Foucher
The CORE 3Ps scallop stocks (Icelandic scallop Chlamys islandica and Giant scallop Placopecten magellanicus) and Sea cucumber (Cucumaria frondosa) stock were assessed in August 2017 in French-Canadian waters southwest of the Saint-Pierre and Miquelon archipelago on the one hand, and in the southern part of the French EEZ known as “Corridor” on the other. For this purpose, a scientific survey, based on a stratified random sampling plan in the CORE area and systematic sampling plan...

High angular and spectral directional reflectance dataset of snow and sea-ice

Clémence Goyens, Sabine Marty, Edouard Leymarie, David Antoine, Marcel Babin & Simon Bélanger
This dataset includes the data published in Goyens et al. (2018, DOI:10.1002/2017EA000332). It provides the following parameters for the different ice, snow and ponded ice stations of the GreenEdge Ice Camp 2015: - the hyperspectral (400-1000 nm) Hemispherical Directional Reflectance Factor (HDRF, units: dimensionless) measured with Analytical Spectral Device, Inc. (ASD) over a full hemisphere with 30° angular resolution along zenith and azimuth, - the hyperangular (full hemisphere at 1° angular resolution) multispectral (438, 560...

Reykjanes Ridge Experiment (RREX) dataset

Virginie Thierry, Herle Mercier, Tillys Petit, Pierre Branellec, Kevin Balem & Pascale Lherminier
The Reykjanes Ridge is a major topographic feature of the North-Atlantic Ocean. It lies in a central position along the main paths followed by the upper and lower limbs of the Meridional Overturning Cell (MOC), which contributes at moderating the European climate in creating a transport of heat toward the North Atlantic. Our hypothesis is that the Reykjanes Ridge influences the main components of the upper and lower limbs of the MOC because it is...

ESS_SISM cruise,L'Atalante R/V

Validation de la configuration sismique SIS1 avec nouvelle source sismique et flûte sismique 2D 6000m.

Atlantos. Current EOV Report

Hélène Etienne & Marie-Hélène Rio
The objective of this subtask is to demonstrate the value of the in-situ surface currents observing system by ensuring the link with the ESA GlobCurrent project. GlobCurrent is an ESA Data User Element started in October 2013 (running until June 2017) whose objective is “to advance the quantitative estimation of ocean surface currents from satellite sensor synergy and demonstrate impact in user-led scientific, operational and commercial applications that, in turn, will increase the uptake of...

SeaDataCloud Temperature and Salinity Historical Data Collection for the North Atlantic Ocean V1

The SeaDataCloud TS historical data collection v1 for the North Atlantic Ocean, includes open access in situ data on temperature and salinity of water column in the North Atlantic Ocean from 10°N to 62°N, including the Labrador Sea, The data were retrieved from the SeaDataNet infrastructure at the end of November 2017. The dataset format is Ocean Data View (ODV) binary collection. The quality control of the data has been performed with the help of...

CHEMINI total dissolved iron concentrations from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2016-2017

Agathe Laes, Pierre-Marie Sarradin & Mathilde Cannat
This dataset contains dissolved iron concentrations ((Fe(II) + Fe(III); µmol/l) acquired between September 2016 and February 2017 (n=332) using the CHEMINI Fe, a CHEmical MINIaturized analyser (samples taken every 24 hours, with daily in situ calibration using a 25 µmol/l iron standard, Vuillemin et al., 2009). The sample inlet was positioned on the mussel bed at the base of the Tour Eiffel edifice of the Lucky Strike hydrothermal vent (1695 depth).CHEMINI Fe (CF1) was mounted...

SWIFT. Rapport de Mission

Eric Humler

MD107 EDUL. Rapport de Mission

Catherine Mevel

ATLANTIC_CH01_Product_2 / Map of windfarm siting suitability in the area where waters of France and Spain meet in Bay of Biscay on 500 m contour

Instituto Português Do Mar E Da Atmosfera (IPMA)
The three digital maps provided in this product aim to assess the degree of Offshore windfarm siting suitability existing over a geographical area with a focal point where waters of France and Spain meet in Biscay Bay on 500 m depth. The maps display respectively the spatial distribution of the average and lowest windfarm siting suitability scores along with the average wind speed distribution over a time period of 10 years. They are part of...

COPERNICUS In Situ TAC- CMEMS Element. System Integration and Verification Plan

Copernicus Marine In Situ Tac Data Management Team
This document is the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service for In Situ observations System Integration and Verification Plan Document (CMEMS-INS-SIVP). This document describe the System Integration and Validation plan processes to ensure that Copernicus Marine In Situ TAC system : - Provides services as described in the  Copernicus Marine Specification Requirements Document (SRD) - Can operate smoothly with a sustainable activity to fulfil the agreed Service Level Agreements

Quality information document. For Global Ocean Reprocessed in-situ Observations of Biogeochemical Products

Pierre Jaccard, Dag Øystein Hjermann, Jani Ruohola, Sabine Marty, Trond Kristiansen, Kai Sørensen, Seppo Kaitala, Antoine Mangin & Sylvie Pouliquen
This document aims to give a detailed picture of the processes and tools used to validate the dataset found in product INSITU_GLO_BGC_REP_OBSERVATIONS_013_046. This product integrates observation aggregated from the Regional EuroGOOS consortium (Arctic-ROOS, BOOS, NOOS, IBI-ROOS, MONGOOS) and Black Sea GOOS as well as from SeaDataNet2 National Data Centers (NODCs) and JCOMM global systems (Argo, GOSUD, OceanSITES, GTSPP, DBCP) and the Global telecommunication system (GTS) used by the Met Offices. The in situ reprocessed biogeochemical...

Pore pressure and temperature data from piezometer ST4-PZ2L-01B on EMSO-LIGURE NICE observatory, since September 2016

Sebastien Garziglia, Ronan Apprioual, Mickael Roudaut, Xavier Bompais & Stephane Barbot
This dataset contains the data acquired by the piezometer ST4-PZ2L-01B which was connected to EMSO-LIGURE NICE in September 2016.   Picture of piezometer ST4-PZ2L-01B installed in the vicinity of an outcrop marking the edge of the continental shelf   Schematic drawing of a V2 piezometer showing the location of the sensors along the lance penetrating the sediment

Pore pressure and temperature data from piezometer SPF-PZ3L-01C on EMSO-LIGURE NICE observatory, since September 2016

Sebastien Garziglia, Patrice Woerther, Ronan Apprioual, Mickael Roudaut, Xavier Bompais & Stephane Barbot
This dataset contains the data acquired by the piezometer SPF-PZ3L-01C which was connected to EMSO-LIGURE NICE in September 2016. Schematic drawing of a V3 piezometer showing the location of the sensors along the lance pushed in the sediment using a seabed rig    

Pore pressure and temperature data from piezometer ST4-PZ2L-03 on EMSO-LIGURE NICE observatory, since September 2017

Sebastien Garziglia, Ronan Apprioual, Mickael Roudaut, Xavier Bompais & Stephane Barbot
This dataset contains the data acquired by the piezometer ST4-PZ2L-03 which was connected to EMSO-LIGURE NICE in September 2017.   Schematic drawing of a V2 piezometer showing the location of the sensors along the lance penetrating the sediment  

EMSO-Azores observatory real-time data 2017 deployment

Mathilde Cannat, Pierre-Marie Sarradin, Jerome Blandin, Ana Colaço, Valérie Ballu, Anne Godfroy, Julien Legrand, Agathe Laes, Marjolaine Matabos, Céline Rommevaux-Jestin, Daniel Romuald, Jozee Sarrazin, Simon Besançon, Bertrand Moreau, Pascal Pichavant & Christian Podeur
This dataset contains the real-time data acquired from the EMSO-Azores observatory since September 2016. It is daily updated. Data are from 11 types of instruments: Geodesic GPS, Iridium GPS modem, Meteorological station, Ocean Bottom Seismometer, Optode oxygen sensor, Pressure gauges (JP), Turbidity sensor, Benthic and Resistivity Sensors (BARS) and Communication and Storage Front-end (COSTOF2).

ReefTEMPS : the observation network of the coastal sea waters of the South, West and South-West Pacific

David Varillon, Sylvie Fiat, Franck Magron, Michel Allenbach, Thierry Hoibian, Antoine De Ramon N'Yeurt, Alexandre Ganachaud, Jérôme Aucan, Bernard Pelletier & Régis Hocdé
ReefTEMPS is a sensors network initiated in 1958 to monitor the coastal area of the South, West and South-West Pacific. This long-term observatory allows the acquisition of several parameters: Sea temperature, Electrical conductivity / practical salinity, Sea pressure / Waves height & period, Fluorescence, PH / acidity, Turbidity, with  frequency running from 1 second to 30 minutes). The main objective is to study the climatic parameters of the tropical ocean with a focus on the...

MINERVE 2018 cruise,L'Astrolabe R/V

Estimation de la tendance de l'évolution du système CO2 dans l'océan austral.Le programme MINERVE (Mesures à l'Interface Eau- aiR de la Variabilité des Echanges de CO2), qui s'appuie sur des campagnes océanographiques entre Hobart (Australie) et la terre Adélie (Base française en Antarctique), a pour objectif d'observer et de comprendre les variabilités saisonnières de la pression partielle de CO2 (pCO2), du Carbone Inorganique Total  et d'alcalinité totale dans les eaux de surface en association avec...

PIRATA FR28 cruise,Thalassa R/V

Le programme général est le programme international PIRATA. Il s'agit ici de la 28ème campagne française du même type, d'où le nom PIRATA-FR28.
La campagne avait initialement pour objectifs : Le remplacement des 6 bouées météo-océaniques de Pirata situées dans le Golfe de Guinée, dont 3 ATLAS et 3 nouveaux systèmes T-FLEX. Le déploiement d'un mouillage courantométrique ADCP à 0°E-0°N. Le remplacement des capteurs CO2 sur les bouées 6°S-10°W et 8°E-6°S. La réalisation de radiales hydrologiques...

BICOSE 2 cruise,Pourquoi pas ? R/V

L'océan profond (>1000 m de profondeur) représente 79% du volume de la biosphère marine. C'est un environnement encore difficile d'accès, restant l'un des moins bien connus de la planète. Pourtant, il pourrait être rapidement impacté par des activités anthropiques, du fait d'intérêts croissants pour l'exploitation de ses ressources minérales, énergétiques et biologiques. Dans les années à venir, les sources hydrothermales et leurs zones périphériques pourraient devenir la cible privilégiée d'exploitation, alors même que la biodiversité...

MD 211 / OBSAUSTRAL cruise,Marion Dufresne R/V

METZL Nicolas, LO MONACO Claire, KOUBBI Philippe, CALZAS Michel, SAMARAN Flore & ROYER Jean-Yves
Cette campagne incluait 5 programmes : VT 157 / OISO-28 (Nicolas METZL, Claire LO MONACO - LOCEAN), VT 158 / OHA-SIS-BIO-10 (Jean-Yves ROYER - IUEM), VT 159 / REPCCOAI (Philippe KOUBBI - MNHN), VT 160 / FOAM (Michel CALZAS - CNRS), VT 161 / HADOCC (Flore SAMARAN - ENSTA, Jean-Yves ROYER - IUEM).

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