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Impacts of climate change on storms and waves relevant to the coastal and marine environment around the UK

J. Wolf, D. Woolf & L. Bricheno

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...

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...

Modelled vector layers (shapefiles) of spatial extent of aquaculture potential in the Dorset East Devon Fisheries Local Action Group area, 2018-2019

Polygon shapefiles converted from modelled raster layers of aquaculture potential, with values ranging between 0 (representing no potential) and 1 (representing full potential). The underlying raster layers were derived by combining conservation, legislative, human infrastructure features and activity boundaries with environmental requirements for specific aquaculture species/system combinations. The polygon boundaries delineate aquaculture potential areas with a modelled raster classification of 0.5 or higher (i.e. 50% of threshold values are optimum for the specific species/system combination)....

Modelled gridded data of aquaculture suitability in the Dorset East Devon Fisheries Local Action Group area, 2018-2019

Modelled raster layers (GeoTiff format) of aquaculture suitability with values ranging between 0 and 1, where the value 0 represents unsuitable and 1 fully suitable. Gridded data (GeoTiff format) produced in the context of the FLAG Aquaculture Mapping project (2018-2019). The gridded layers were derived by modelling a suitability score based on environmental requirements for each specific combination of species and culture method. The purpose of the project was to identify and map areas best...

Modelled gridded data of aquaculture potential in the Dorset and East Devon Fisheries Local Action Group area, 2018-2019

Gridded data (GeoTiff format) produced in the context of the FLAG Aquaculture Mapping project (2018-2019). The purpose of the project was to identify and map areas best suited (and with least conflict) to specific types of sustainable marine aquaculture, within the boundaries of the Dorset and East Devon Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) area. The aquaculture potential layers were derived by combining information on conservation and legislative boundaries, human infrastructure and activity constraints, with environmental...

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

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

CLiP South Africa Microplastics in the Port of Durban 2019

This dataset contains two csv files. The first one (South_Africa_Port_Durban_Microplastics.csv) reports the results of the study carried out in the Port of Durban in 2019. The file contains water measurement from CTD casts, microplastic abundance in water sampled by microplastic pump, microplastic abundance in sediment and particulate size analysis (PSA) results from Van Veen grab samples. GPS coordinates and time of deployment are reported for each measurement. CTD measured temperature, salinity and turbulence of the...

Zooplankton abundance data derived from the Plankton Imager system from the Western English Channel and Eastern Irish Sea from 2016 to 2019

These data are abundances (in numbers per meters cubed) of zooplankton taxa, calculated from the analysis of images taken using the Plankton Imager system also included are station positions and sampling date / times. The images where collected using the PI (formerly known as Plankton Image Analyser (PIA)), during the PELTIC (Pelagic ecosystem in the western English Channel and eastern Celtic Sea) surveys from 2016 to 2019, on board the RV Cefas Endeavour. Zooplankton samples...

Macrobenthos Data from Shoreham, the Tyne and the Thames Estuaries, UK, 2000 to 2006

These data describe counts of macrobenthic infauna (with associated station metadata) taken from sediment samples collected at sites in the Tyne, Thames and Shoreham, UK from 2000 to 2006. For selected samples, wet biomass data is also included per taxon. The samples from the Shoreham site were collected across an aggregate extraction area over 4 years with the aim to test several habitat mapping techniques by documenting the presence of different faunal levels across the...

Impacts of climate change on seabirds

Francis Daunt & Ian Mitchell
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 125-133

Impacts of climate change on waterbirds

James W. Pearce-Higgins & Chas A. Holt
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 149-154

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 shelf sea stratification

Jonathan Sharples, Jason Holt & Stephen R. Dye
MCCIP Science Review 2013, 67-70

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

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

Impacts of climate change on fish

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

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

Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry - East of Celtic Deep 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 beads....

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