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ESA Fire Climate Change Initiative (Fire_cci): Small Fire Dataset (SFD) Burned Area pixel product for Sub-Saharan Africa, version 2.0

Emilio Chuvieco, M. Lucrecia Pettinari, Ekhi Roteta, Thomas Storm & Martin Boettcher
The ESA Fire Disturbance Climate Change Initiative (Fire_cci) project has produced maps of global burned area developed from satellite observations. The Small Fire Dataset (SFD) pixel products have been obtained by combining spectral information from Sentinel-2 MSI data and thermal information from VIIRS VNP14IMGML active fire products. This dataset is part of v2.0 of the Small Fire Dataset (also known as FireCCISFD11), which covers Sub-Saharan Africa for the year 2019. Data is available here at...

Size fractionated primary production measurements from CTD Niskin samples collected along the Barents Sea cruise transect, JR17007 and JR18006 (ChAOS cruises).

Patrick Downes & Joanna Dixon
Rates of net primary production were measured at six stations in the Barents Sea during the Changing Arctic Ocean cruises JR17007 (10th July - 5th August 2018) and JR18006 (29th June - 2nd August 2019), on board the RSS James Clark Ross. At each station, six light depths were sampled corresponding to photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) percentages (100%, 50%, 25%, 15%, 3%, 1%), calculated from the surface PAR (log). Samples were collected using a rosette...

Corine land cover changes between 2012 and 2018 for the UK, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey

B. Cole, B. De La Barreda, A. Hamer, T. Codd, M. Payne, L. Chan, G. Smith & H. Balzter
The Corine land cover changes between 2012 and 2018 for the UK, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey dataset forms part of the Corine Land Cover Maps collection and is produced within the frame of the Copernicus programme on land monitoring. Corine Land Cover (CLC) provides consistent information on land cover and land cover changes across Europe; this change map is the UK component of the European coverage. This inventory was initiated in 1985 (reference...

Simulated ice thickness, supraglacial debris thickness and subglacial topography for Khumbu Glacier, Nepal, using the iSOSIA ice-flow model - VERSION 2.0

Ann Rowan & David Egholm
Simulated ice thickness (ice, metres, 100 m grid spacing) and supraglacial debris thickness (debris, metres, 100 m grid spacing) for Khumbu Glacier, Nepal, produced using the iSOSIA ice-flow model presented in Rowan et al. (2021; Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface). The model domains used for the entire glacier and active glacier simulations (metres above sea level, 100 m grid spacing), and the present-day ice thickness estimate (metres, 30 m grid spacing) used to create the...

Evaluation of national scale, long-distance connectivity (and its protection) in England’s priority habitat inventory - 2015 dataset

T.J.P. Travers, J. Alison, S.D. Taylor, H.Q.P. Crick & J.A. Hodgson
The results of an analysis of the connectivity of sixteen priority habitat networks in England using the Condatis methodology. The dataset includes conductance scores for each of the priority habitat networks (an overall assessment of how connected the habitat network is), the flow scores for each contiguous habitat patch within each of the habitat networks (the importance of that patch to connectivity), as well as details of protection. Additionally, the dataset includes data and scripts...

Summary for Policymakers of the Working Group I Contribution to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report - data for Figure SPM.8 (v20210809)

John Fyfe, Baylor Fox-Kemper, Robert Kopp & Gregory Garner
Data for Figure SPM.8 from the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the Working Group I (WGI) Contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). Figure SPM.8 shows selected indicators of global climate change under the five core scenarios used in this report. --------------------------------------------------- How to cite this dataset --------------------------------------------------- When citing this dataset, please include both the data citation below (under 'Citable as') and the following citation for the report...

GPS and Time-Depth Recorder tracking of common and Brunnich's guillemots from five colonies around Iceland, June-July 2019-2021

Norman Ratcliffe & Anne-Sophie Bonnet-Lebrun
We tracked 94 common and 50 Brunnich's guillemots from five colonies around Iceland (Latrabjarg, Grimsey, Langanes, Skrudur and Papey) during late incubation and chick rearing from June to July 2019. We also tracked 5 common and 3 Brunnich's guillemots from Langanes during chick-rearing in July 2020 (GPS only). We used Pathtrack nanoFix GPS loggers to record locations every 3min and Cefas G5 TDR loggers to record depth every second. The tags recorded the birds' behaviour...

Vertical luminophore particle tracer profiles expressed as relative counts for replicate macrofaunal communities from the Western Barents Sea in summer 2017 and 2018

Martin Solan, Jasmin Godbold, Laura Grange, Ellie Rose Ward, Christina Wood & Adam Reed
Macrofaunal mediated redistribution of optically distinct particulate tracers (luminophores) for intact communities from the western Barents Sea after 12 days incubation. Tracer profiles are quantified from stitched composite images of all four sides of each aquarium taken using a digital SLR camera housed within a UV illuminated imaging box. Counts are expressed as relative counts (proportion of the total). Samples were collected on cruises JR16006 and JR17007. Funding was provided by 'The Changing Arctic Ocean...

Sediment particle size analysis for stations from the Western Barents Sea for summer 2017 and 2018

Martin Solan, Jasmin Godbold, Laura Grange, Ellie Rose Ward, Christina Wood & Adam Reed
Sediment particle size frequency distributions from the USNL (Unites States Naval Laboratory) box cores were determined optically using a Malvern Mastersizer 2000 He-Ne LASER diffraction sizer and were used to resolve mean particle size, sorting, skewness and kurtosis. Samples were collected on cruises JR16006 and JR17007. Funding was provided by 'The Changing Arctic Ocean Seafloor (ChAOS) - how changing sea ice conditions impact biological communities, biogeochemical processes and ecosystems' project (NE/N015894/1 and NE/P006426/1, 2017-2021), part...

Simulated yields and transmissivities for the weathered basement aquifer of Northern Ghana

Marco Bianchi, Alan MacDonald, David Macdonald & Enoch Asare
This dataset was generated with a novel process-based stochastic modelling approach to investigate the productivity and sustainability of groundwater abstractions in the Precambrian basement aquifer in Northern Ghana. The statistical distribution of the generated synthetic yield data was found in very good agreement with observed yield data from the same Ghanaian aquifer. The dataset includes more than 40,000 simulated values of maximum allowable yield and corresponding transmissivity values for different realisations of aquifer heterogeneity, net...

HadISDH land: gridded global monthly land surface humidity data version 4.2.0.2019f

Kate M. Willett, Robert J. H. Dunn, Peter W. Thorne, Stephanie Bell, Michael De Podesta, David E. Parker, Philip D. Jones &
This is the 4.2.0.2019f version of the HadISDH (Integrated Surface Database Humidity) land data. These data are provided by the Met Office Hadley Centre. This version spans 1/1/1973 to 31/12/2019. The data are monthly gridded (5 degree by 5 degree) fields. Products are available for temperature and six humidity variables: specific humidity (q), relative humidity (RH), dew point temperature (Td), wet bulb temperature (Tw), vapour pressure (e), dew point depression (DPD). Data are provided in...

HadISDH blend: gridded global monthly ocean surface humidity data version 1.0.0.2019f

Kate M. Willett, Robert J. H. Dunn, John J. Kennedy, David I. Berry, Peter W. Thorne, Stephanie Bell, Michael De Podesta, David E. Parker, Philip D. Jones &
This is the 1.0.0.2019f version of the HadISDH (Integrated Surface Database Humidity) blend data. It combines HadISDH.land.4.2.0.2019f and HadISDH.marine.1.0.0.2019f. These data are provided by the Met Office Hadley Centre. This version spans 1/1/1973 to 31/12/2019. The data are monthly gridded (5 degree by 5 degree) fields. Products are available for temperature and six humidity variables: specific humidity (q), relative humidity (RH), dew point temperature (Td), wet bulb temperature (Tw), vapour pressure (e), dew point depression...

High resolution aeromagnetic line data in the Ross Sea Rift collected for the ANDRILL pre-site survey (2008-09 season)

Fausto Ferraccioli & Tom Jordan
A high resolution survey was flown opportunistically by BAS at the end of the AGAP aerogeophysical campaign during the 2008-09 Antarctic field season with NSF support from McMurdo. The main purpose was to collect data on the ice shelf for a radar pre-site survey for a major planned international ANDRILL drilling campaign at Coulman High. Due to lack of appropriate funding levels from several countries this ANDRILL drilling project has been postponed (https://www.icdp-online.org/projects/world/antarctica/coulman-high/) but the...

Processed line aerogravity data over the Evans Ice Stream, Southern Palmer Land region (1994/95 season)

P.C. Jones
The survey collected a total of 11,500 km of data along 22 lines, spaced 12 km apart and oriented perpendicular to the strike of both the Bouguer anomaly field, as derived from land data (McGibbon and Smith, 1991), and the major sub-ice topographical features (Doake et al., 1983). The speed of the aircraft was set to produce a sample spacing of about 60 m and the data were collected at heights between 1600 and 2000...

Processed ice shelf base picks from airborne radar depth sounding across the Pine Island Glacier Ice Shelf (2010-2011)

Hugh Corr & David Vaughan
In 2011, aerogeophysics data were acquired over Pine Island Glacier, West Antarctica on a grid comprising 30 transverse lines across the glacier, each around 20 km long, and with a spacing of roughly 500 m between the lines. The orientation of the lines was selected to be perpendicular to the surface features visible in satellite images in the central part of the ice shelf. Elevation of the ice‐surface directly beneath the aircraft was simultaneously measured...

Processed line aerogravity data over Northern Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula (2002/03 season)

P.C. Jones & Fausto Ferraccioli
Over 20,000 km of new aerogravity data were acquired over Palmer Land during the 2002-2003 Antarctic campaign. Profile lines were oriented E-W with N-S tie lines. Line spacing was 5 km, tie lines were 25 km apart and nominal flight altitude was 2800 m. Differential, carrier phase, kinematic GPS processing methods provided the vertical and horizontal accelerations, which dominate the raw aerogravity signal. Levelled airborne gravity data have mean accuracies of 3 mGal. We present...

Magnetotelluric data from before, during and after the September 2017 magnetic storm at 7 sites in Scotland

Fiona Simpson & Karsten Bahr
Magnetotelluric (MT) time series including the September 2017 magnetic storm at 7 sites in the Scottish Highlands collected by Fiona Simpson (University of Southampton) and Karsten Bahr (University of Göttingen) using Göttingen RAP dataloggers, Magson fluxgate magnetometers and Filloux-type electrodes. Data acquisition methodology is described in F. Simpson and K. Bahr, 2005. Practical Magnetotellurics, Cambridge University Press, London pp. 254, 2005, ISBN: 9781108462556, DOI: 10.1017/CBO9780511614095 This dataset is described in: F. Simpson and K. Bahr,...

Seismic Data Archive for the Unsettled Earth Project, Bristol, England, UK

Ophelia George
This dataset contains broadband seismic data collected between May 2018 and January 2019 as part of the Unsettled Earth project funded by the University of Bristol's Brigstow Institute. The seismic station was deployed in one of the turrets of the Wills Memorial Building Tower, Bristol.

NCEO LTSS: Global Ocean Lagrangian Trajectories, v1.0, 1998-2018 (OLTraj)

Giorgio Dall'Olmo & Francesco Nencioli
The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) Long Term Science Single Centre (LTSS) Global Ocean Lagrangian Trajectories (OLTraj) provides 30-day forward and backward Lagrangian trajectories based on surface velocities from an ocean reanalysis. Each trajectory represents the path that a water mass would move along starting at a given pixel and a given day. OLTraj can be thus used to implement analyses of oceanic data in a Lagrangian framework. The purpose of OLTraj is to...

ESA Sea Surface Salinity Climate Change Initiative (Sea_Surface_Salinity_cci): weekly and monthly sea surface salinity products, v2.31, for 2010 to 2019

Jacqueline Boutin, Jean-Luc Vergely, Nicolas Reul, Rafael Catany, Julia Koehler, Adrien Martin, Frederic Rouffi, Manual Arias, Meriem Chakroun, Giovani Corato, Victor Estella-Perez, Sebastien Guimbard, Audrey Hasson, Simon Josey, Dimitry Khvorostyanov, Nicolas Kolodziejczyk, Juliette Mignot, Léa Olivier, Gilles Reverdin, Detlef Stammer, Alexandre Supply, Clovis Thouvenin-Masson, Antonio Turiel, Jérome Vialard, Paolo Cipollini … & Craig Donlon
The European Space Agency (ESA) Sea Surface Salinity CCI consortium has produced global, level 4, multi-sensor Sea Surface Salinity maps covering the 2010-2019 period. This dataset collection contains Sea Surface Salinity (SSS) v2.31 data at a spatial resolution of 50km and a time resolution of 1 week. It has been spatially sampled on a 25km EASE (Equal Area Scalable Earth) grid and 1 day of time sampling. A monthly product is also available, at a...

Barents Sea pore water measurements collected during three consecutive research expeditions (JR16006, JR17007, JR18006) in July/August 2017, 2018 and 2019 as part of the Changing Arctic Ocean programme.

Johan C Faust & Christian Maerz
In July/August 2017, 2018 and 2019, pore water from sediment cores were collected using a multicorer at the same five stations (B3, B13-B16) along a south-north gradient in the western Barents Sea for the Changing Arctic Seafloor project (ChAOS) as part of the Changing Arctic Ocean programme. Additionally, pore water samples were collected at stations B17 and B18 in 2017, at stations B17, BY and BX in 2018 and at station BY in 2019. Pore...

Key WireWall project data generated during the field deployment at Hall Road Crosby (North of Liverpool UK), between October 2018 and March 2019

Jennifer Brown, Margaret J Yelland, Robin W Pascal, David S Jones, Christopher A Balfour, Geoff Hargreaves, Barry Martin, Christopher L Cardwell, Richard Pinnell, Paul S Bell, Timothy Pullen, Eunice Silva & Thomas Prime
The prototype WireWall measurement system was deployed at Hall Road Crosby (north of Liverpool UK) and measured overtopping eight times between October 2018 and March 2019. Deployments took place during tides with a range greater than the mean spring tide when there was an onshore wind. The system measured the inland distribution of wave-by-wave overtopping discharge and horizontal velocity for a couple of hours either side of high water. Wave and water level data to...

WireWall project numerical wave overtopping volume estimates, for profiles in 1996 and 2017. Estimates are calculated at Crosby Hall Road Carpark (north of Liverpool UK) for joint wave and water level conditions that represent the return period curves in Liverpool Bay developed in 2011.

Jennifer Brown, Timothy Pullen, Eunice Silva, Thomas Prime & Margaret J Yelland
Numerical wave overtopping volume estimates from the BayonetGPE wave overtopping tool associated with the EurOtop (2018) manual and modelled wave and water level conditions at the toe of the structure transformed from nearshore national monitoring networks using the SWAN model. Mean, upper and lower 1st and 2nd standard deviation wave overtopping volumes are estimated by BayonetGPE (generated by HR Wallingford, October 2019) for the Hall Road Car Park, Crosby Beach survey profile (reference: 11A02250). The...

Historical sea level observations from Santander, Spain (1876-1928).

Marta Marcos Moreno, Bernat Puyol, Angel Amores, Begona Perez Gomez, Maria Angeles Fraile & Stefan A Talke
A set of historical tide gauge sea level records from Santander (Northern Spain) have been recovered from logbooks stored at the Spanish National Geographical Institute (IGN). Sea level measurements have been digitised, quality-controlled and merged into a consistent sea level time series. Vertical references among instruments benchmarks have been derived from high precision vertical levelling surveys. The observations were recorded as daily averages and are from three different instruments in two locations in Santander (Spain)....

Platform Transmitting Terminal (PTT) tracking of Antarctic Fur Seals at Bird Island, South Georgia, from 1995 - 2010

Iain Staniland, Claire Waluda & Jaume Forcada
Platform Transmitting Terminal (PTT) tags were used to track Antarctic Fur Seals (Arctocephalus gazella) from Bird Island, South Georgia, 1995-2010. PTT tags use the ARGOS satellite system to collect geospatial data. Tags were deployed on breeding females during the summer, to provide information on where the seals are foraging during lactation and into the winter months.

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