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Genome-wide differentiation patterns in native and introduced populations of the cupped oysters Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea angulata

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Données génomiques - AQUAGENET - Projet achevéeProtocol RADseq - Séquenceurs illumina Hiseq 2500

Présence/absence d'espèces emblématiques observées par vidéo rotative STAVIRO par station en Nouvelle-Calédonie

Thomas Schohn
Présence / absence par espèces emblématiques par station (dans un rayon de 10m autour du système STAVIRO)

Copernicus Marine in situ TAC - physical parameters list

Copernicus Marine In Situ Tac Data Management Team
This document is the list of the parameters implemented within Copernicus Marine In Situ - Thematic Assembly Centre. See http://www.marineinsitu.eu for In Situ TAC related information. The Copernicus Marine In Situ TAC provides a research and operational framework to develop and deliver In Situ observations and derived products based on such observations, to address progressively global and regional needs for monitoring, modelling or downstream services development. In order to provide a consistent data delivery service,...

SMOS SSS L3 maps generated by CATDS CEC LOCEAN. debias V4.0

Jacqueline Boutin, Jean-Luc Vergely, Clovis Thouvenin-Masson, Alexandre Supply & Dmitry Khvorostyanov
LOCEAN and ACRI-st work as Ocean Salinity Center of Expertise for CATDS (CATDS CEC-OS) in order to improve methodologies to be implemented in the future in the near real time CATDS processing chain (CATDS-CPDC). They have derived a methodology for correcting systematic SSS biases. Feedbacks from users about the quality of these new products are very welcome, as they are experimental. This fourth version of Level 3 SMOS SSS corrected from systematic biases uses an...

Cartographie des habitats récifaux du banc d'Iris (Mayotte), 2017

Thomas Claverie, & Roos David
Carte des habitats récifaux du banc d'Iris produite dans le cadre du Programme EPICURE, financée par le Xème FED. Deux types de critères permettent de décrire la typologie d'habitat : le critère géomorphologique et le critère biologique. Pour chacun de ces critères, il est possible d'avoir plusieurs niveaux de détails (très faible à élevé).

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

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

In situ sea temperature 1km off La Paloma Port (Uruguay) during 2016/2017

Gaston Manta & Romina Trinchin
One year of hourly sea temperature data at 0.5 meters depth 1 kilometer far away from La Paloma Port, in the Atlantic Coast of Uruguay. Measured by a Star-oddi DST-CTD moored in a buoy. From 1 December 2016 to 30 November 2017 located at 34.65ºS, 54.12ºW.

SWIFT. Rapport de Mission

Eric Humler

BLACKSEA_CH11_Product_4 / Table of Beroe ovata alien species abundance and biomass distribution in the Black sea

The table of Beroe ovata alien species abundance and biomass includes 15 available datasets from the Bulgarian National Monitoring Programme http://bgodc.io-bas.bg/documents/The data were submitted on Quality assurance. Afterward the units were recalculated from ind/m3 and g/m3 to ind/m2 and g/m2 for more representative spatial surface performance.

BLACKSEA_CH10_Product_2 / Water depth (bathymetric map)

Contour bathymetric map for the Black Sea and Azov Sea with intervals of 100 meters have been produced using EMODNET bathymetry DTM with a grid size of .125 minute * .125 minute.

MAREL SMILE buoy data and metadata from coriolis Data Centre

Pascal Claquin, Franck Jacqueline, Michel Repecaud & Philippe Riou
MAREL SMILE is a component of the coastal observing network COAST-HF. The MAREL (Mesures Automatisées en Réseau pour l’Environnement Littoral) SMILE system developed and implemented by Ifremer (French Research Institute for Exploitation of the sea) & the University of Caen Normandy in 2015 is a moored buoy equipped with physico-chemical and biological measuring devices working in continuous and autonomous conditions. The system is located 2 nautical miles north of Luc-sur-mer (Basse normandie, Central English Channel)...

ATLANTIC_CH05_Product_3 / Spatial layer of absolute annually averaged sea level trend (in mm/year) for period of 100 years

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This product attempt to follow up on the sea level rise per stretch of coast of the North Atlantic, over past 100 years as follows:• Characterization of absolute sea level trend at annual resolution, along the coasts of EU Member States (including Outermost Regions), Canada, Faroes, Greenland, Iceland, Mexico, Morocco, Norway and USA;The stretchs or coast are defined by the administrative regions of the Atlantic Coast:• from NUTS3** administrative division for EU countries (see Eurostat),...

ATLANTIC_CH05_Product_5 / Spatial layer of relative annually averaged sea level trend (in mm/year) for period of 50 years

This product attempt to follow up on the sea level rise per stretch of coast of the North Atlantic, over 50 years as follows:• Characterization of absolute sea level trend at annual resolution, along the coasts of EU Member States (including Outermost Regions), Canada, Faroes, Greenland, Iceland, Mexico, Morocco, Norway and USA;The stretchs or coast are defined by the administrative regions of the Atlantic Coast:• from NUTS3** administrative division for EU countries (see Eurostat), and...

ATLANTIC_CH07_Product_2 / Damage to seafloor to both living and non-living components

Marine Institute
The impact of fishing on benthic habitats has previously been investigated however; a conclusive classification of potentially sensitive habitats per gear type does not exist. Currently only qualitative estimates of fishery impact using Broad-scale habitat maps are possible. Here a sensitivity matrix using both fishing pressure (fishing Intensity) and habitat sensitivity is employed to define habitat disturbance categories. The predominant fishing activities associated with physical abrasion of the seafloor area are from bottom contacting towed...

ATLANTIC_CH08_Product_1 / Map of seasonal averages and changes of dissolved oxygen indicator for eutrophication in the past 10 years (2005-2014) for the Atlantic basin

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Map of seasonal averages of dissolved oxygen indicator (mg/l) for eutrophication for the past 10 years (2005-2014) in the Atlantic basin. It will be generated using in situ measurements of the different parameteres required to assess the dissolved oxygen indicator and the OSPAR Convention Common procedure methodology (OSPAR 2013, Common Procedure for the Identification of the Eutrophication Status of the OSPAR Maritime Area. Agreement 2013-08. 67 pp)

ATLANTIC_CH09_Product_1 / Annual temporal series and long term average of water discharge [m3/s] from in situ data (2005-2014)

Temporal series (annual mean values) and Long term Average (LTA) of water discharge for each river mouth where in situ data is available. Different sources can be mixed if any.

ATLANTIC_CH09_Product_2 / Annual temporal series and long term average of sediments loads [ton] from in situ data (2005-2014)

Temporal series (annual mean values) and Long Term Average (LTA) of sediment load for each river mouth where in situ data is available. Different sources can be mixed if any.

ATLANTIC_CH09_Product_8 / Annual temporal series and long term average of salmon recruitment biomass [ton] (2005-2014)

Annual time series of salmon recruitement biomass (2005-2014):• Time series of atlantic salmon recruitment• Location and Long Term Average (LTA) of atlantic salmon recruitment per Management Unit, that could be a river, basin district, a region or a whole country.

MOOSE T00_40 deployment (EGO glider : potame) (Mediterranean Sea - Western basin)

Pierre Testor, Laurent Mortier, Laurent Coppola, Hervé Claustre, Fabrizio D'Ortenzio, François Bourrin, Xavier Durrieu De Madron & Patrick Raimbault
The observations of potame glider on MOOSE T00_40 deployment (Mediterranean Sea - Western basin) are distributed in 4 files: - EGO NetCDF time-series (data, metadata, derived sea water current) - NetCDF profiles extracted from the above time-series - Raw data - JSON metadata used by the decoder The following parameters are provided : - Practical salinity - Sea temperature in-situ ITS-90 scale - Electrical conductivity - Sea water pressure, equals 0 at sea-level

Disentangling the complexity of tropical small-scale fisheries dynamics using supervised Self-Organizing Maps

Manuel Mendoza-Carranza
Data serie of small-scale fisheries of San Pedro port, Tabasco, México. These data are kg/fishery trip (lines) by species (common name, columns), by gear type year and month. For reference about gear names and fish common names please look for the paper: Disentangling the complexity of tropical small-scale fisheries dynamics using supervised Self-Organizing Maps. publised in PlosOne

Autonomous temperature probes, data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2014-2015

Mathilde Cannat, Fabrice Fontaine, Thibaut Barreyre, Javier Escartin & Pierre-Marie Sarradin
This dataset contains temperature data acquired between July 2014 and april 2015 using 16 temperature probes (HTW, HTNKE and LTW) installed in smoker orifices or cracks. High-temperature WHOI probes (HTW) are composed of 2 J-type thermistors in the rod tip connected to 2 temperature data-loggers (named A & B), 2 data recordings are available for 1 HTW probe. They are able to record temperatures up to 415°C with an accuracy of ± 1.1°C, a resolution...

Autonomous temperature probes, data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2016-2017

Mathilde Cannat, Fabrice Fontaine, Thibaut Barreyre, Benjamin Wheeler, Javier Escartin & Pierre-Marie Sarradin
This dataset contains temperature data acquired between August 2016 and July 2017 using 22 temperature probes (HTW, HTWN, HTNKE and LTW) installed in smoker orifices or cracks. High-temperature WHOI probes (HTW) are composed of 2 J-type thermistors in the rod tip connected to 2 temperature data-loggers (named A & B), 2 data recordings are available for 1 HTW probe. They are able to record temperatures up to 415°C with an accuracy of ± 1.1°C, a...

Arctic Ocean - Temperature and salinity Historical Data Collection SeaDataCloud V1

Helge Sagen, Dick Schaap & Reiner Schlitzer
SeaDataCloud Temperature and Salinity historical data collection for the Arctic Ocean, including revised quality flags after quality control with ODV. The dataset format is ODV binary collections. You can read, analyse and export from the ODV application provided by Alfred Wegener institute at http://odv.awi.de/.For data access please register at http://www.marine-id.org/.

Biogenic and lithogenic particulate silica collected during the BIOSOPE (2004) cruise

Bernard Quéguiner & Peggy Rimmelin
This dataset includes suspended particulate Si matter from French program BIOSOPE. Samples were collected from Niskin bottles mounted on a rosette and both biogenic and lithogenic silica were obtained from 2L filtered samples in the 0-200 m surface layer.

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