181 Works

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 coastal erosion

Gerd Masselink & Paul Russell
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 71-86

Impacts of climate change on marine mammals

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

Impacts of climate change on non-native species

Elizabeth J. Cook, Stuart Jenkins, Christine Maggs, Dan Minchin, Frédéric Mineur, Chris Nall & Jack Sewell
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 155-166

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

Impacts of climate change on tourism (and marine recreation)

Murray Simpson
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 271-283

Impacts of climate change on aquaculture

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

Atlantic cod catch records from Cefas survey cruises in the Arctic 1930-1959

Bryony Townhill & John Pinnegar
The data are records of the station details and cod catches from UK government fisheries survey cruises in the Arctic region from 1930 to 1949. They have been digitised from survey logbooks held by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science.

Cefas Historic Secchi Depth Measurements

Elisa Capuzzo
Secchi depth measurements, collected for studying the effects of the light climate on pelagic fish (e.g. fish school position in the water column compared to the depth of penetration of light); The dataset comprise 470 Secchi depth measurements collected in 1931, 1937, 1946-1950, 1968. The coordinates of each observation were generally not indicated in the logbooks and were derived from the associated station-sheets. Occasionally the exact coordinates were not specified but only the location of...

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)...

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...

Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry - East Of Haig Fras Seabed 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...

Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry - Nymph Bank Lander

Tom Hull
This data set consists of biogeochemical sensor data from seabed moorings. 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 beads. Turbidity meters were calibrated using Stabical (Hach, US). The moorings were also fitted with upward facing acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCP), this data...

Coastal flooding

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

Large Woody Debris Restoration Field Experiment Dataset

Murray Thompson
Riverine species and environmental data relating to Thompson et al. (2017) Large woody debris rewilding rapidly restores biodiversity in riverine food webs. Journal of Applied Ecology. The purpose of this study was to test for causal evidence of ecological restoration following the introduction of large woody debris in rivers. Chlorophyll-a and diatom community structure was estimated from stone scrapes; a Hess sampler (0.017m2) with 335µm mesh was used to collect invertebrates and coarse (CPOM) and...

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...

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...

Defra Strategic Wave 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. WaveNet, Defra's strategic wave monitoring network for the United Kingdom, provides a single source of real-time wave data from a network of wave buoys located in areas at risk from flooding. In operation since 2002, WaveNet collects and processes data from the Cefas-operated...

Cefas Electronic Data Storage-Tag Database

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. Electronic tags that record temperature and depth were attached to, or implanted into, cod caught in the southern North Sea between 1999 and 2009 (for methods see Neat et al., 2014). Data from tags that were returned from recaptured cod were downloaded and...

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...

North Sea Historical Effort by Rectangle by Year: 1913 -1980

Georg Englehard

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...

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...

Biological-based habitat classification approaches promote cost-efficient monitoring: an example using seabed assemblages

Keith Cooper
Files for use with the R script accompanying the paper Cooper et al. (2018). Note that this script also uses files from https://doi.org/10.14466/CefasDataHub.34 (details provided in script). Cooper, K.M., Bolam, S.G., Downie, A. Callaway, A., Barry, J. (2018). Biological-based habitat classification approaches promote cost-efficient monitoring: an example using seabed assemblages. Journal of Applied Ecology. Files include: R SCRIPT FINAL.R (R script) C5922DATASETFAM13022017REDACTED.csv (see below for description) UKSeaMap2016_SedimentsDissClip.shp (UK Seamap data clipped to study area. These...

Young Fish Survey Data 1981 to 2010

Total numbers of individual fish identified during the Cefas Young Fish Survey (YFS) which ran from 1981 to 2010. The survey deployed a light 2-meter beam trawl to survey inshore locations for small / young fish around the British Isles, predominantly along the south and east coasts. Total numbers of fish (identified to species or if not to the highest taxonomic level) were recorded at each station, and were measured in the majority of cases....

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