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Distance to fishing grounds and crab carapace width: participatory mapping and GPS tracking

Rebecca Borges
This data set contains distances to crab fishing grounds generated via participatory mapping and GPS tracking. It also contains crab carapace lengths calculated based on Oliveira (2015).

SNP panels genotyping data for the genetic characterization of cupped oyster resources in Europe

Sylvie Lapegue, Serge Heurtebise, Florence Cornette, Erwan Guichoux & Pierre-Alexandre Gagnaire
The Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, has been voluntarily introduced from Japan and British Columbia into Europe in the early 1970s, mainly to replace the Portuguese oyster, Crassostrea angulata, in the French shellfish industry following a severe disease outbreak. Since then, the two species are in contact in southern Europe and therefore have the potential to exchange genes in a new environment. Whether C. gigas and C. angulata truly represent biological species, semi-isolated species of populations...

ISAS-15 temperature and salinity gridded fields

Nicolas Kolodziejczyk, Annaig Prigent-Mazella & Fabienne Gaillard
The In Situ Analysis System (ISAS) was developed to produce gridded fields of temperature and salinity that preserve as much as possible the time and space sampling capabilities of the Argo network of profiling floats. Since the first global re-analysis performed in 2009, the system has been extended to accommodate all types of vertical profile as well as time series. ISAS gridded fields are entirely based on in-situ measurements. The system aims at monitoring the...

VELYGER Database: The Oyster Larvae Monitoring French Project

Stephane Pouvreau, Daniele Maurer, Isabelle Auby, Franck Lagarde, Patrik Le Gall, Hélène Cochet, Anne-Lise Bouquet, Amélie Geay & Dominique Mille
Worldwide, shellfish aquaculture and fisheries in coastal ecosystems represent crucial activities for human feeding. But these biological productions are under the pressure of climate variability and global change. Anticipating the biological processes affected by climate hazards remains a vital objective for species conservation strategies and human activities that rely on. Within marine species, filter feeders like oysters are real key species in coastal ecosystems due to their economic and societal value (fishing and aquaculture) but...

Plastics in sediments and fishes at the mouth of Chollas Creek, San Diego, USA

Theresa Talley, Nina Venuti & Rachel Whelan
The extent to which small plastics and potentially associated compounds are entering coastal food webs, especially in estuarine systems, is only beginning to be realized. This study examined an estuarine reach at the mouth of urbanized Chollas Creek in San Diego, California to determine: 1) the extent and magnitude of microplastics pollution in estuarine sediments and fish, 2) the extent and magnitude of SVOC contamination in estuarine fish, and 3) whether fish preferentially ingested certain...

Fortune Bay (NL, Canada) oceanographic observations May 2015 - May 2017

Sebastien Donnet & Pascal Lazure
A comprehensive set of oceanographic data were collected in Fortune Bay, a broad, mid-latitude fjord located on the south coast of Newfoundland (Canada). The dataset was gathered in partnership with IFREMER who collected data around the adjacent French archipelago of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. The dataset consists of data from taut-line moorings, land-based stations (a tide gauge and a couple of weather stations) and CTD profiles performed during mooring maintenances (~every 6 months). Parameters covered by...

Topographic DEM - Littoral pebble spit - Baie de Somme

Sophie Le Bot
DATA :Topographic DEMs obtained from a LIDAR system or a terrestrial laser scanner (TLS).(1) LIDAR data :Topographic DEM with a 1-m resolution and accuracy below 10 cm RMS in altimetry acquired by an airborne scanner (Leica ALS60).(2) TLS data :Topographic DEMs with a 10-cm resolution and an accuracy comprised between the mm and some cm (depending on the survey conditions). The DEM is derived from a point cloud obtained with a terrestrial laser scanner (Leica...

Turbidity section performed along the Cassidaigne canyon axis on the 23th August 2014 during the BATHYCOR1 cruise

Marie-Claire Fabri & Isabelle Taupier-Letage
M&M - Turbidity and Suspended Sediment Concentration (SSC) An autonomous optical backscatter sensor (NKE STBD 1200) was installed on the CTD probe in 2014 during the BATHYCOR1 cruise in order to collect ten vertical turbidity profiles along the canyon axis (23th August 2014) (Fig. 1, Table 2). The profiles had to be interrupted at an average altitude of 40 to 70 mab (m above the bottom) for safety issues. The sensor was previously calibrated with...

Size-fractionated optical backscattering and chlorophyll fluorescence from 34 high-latitude phytoplankton blooms

Nathan Briggs, Giorgio Dall'Olmo & Hervé Claustre
This dataset contains bin-averaged optical particle measurements from Biogeochemical Argo floats. Full description of data and methodology is contained in the manuscript submitted to Science entitled "Particle fragmentation exerts strong control on biological sequestration of CO2 by the oceans". Optical measurements are particulate backscattering and chlorophyll fluorescence, and each have been partitioned into large (>100 µm) and small (<100 µm) size classes for use in estimating the rate of fragmentation of large, sinking partiles. The...

La Palma landslide tsunami: computation of the tsunami source with a calibrated multi-fluid Navier-Stokes model and wave impact assessment with propagation models of different types

Stéphane Abadie, Alexandre Paris, Riadh Ata, Sylvestre Le Roy, Gael Arnaud, Adrien Poupardin, Lucie Clous, Philippe Heinrich, Jeffrey Harris, Rodrigo Pederos & Yann Krien
Data corresponding to tsunami sources of potential La Palma collapse scenario for slide volumes of 20, 40, 80, and 450 km3. The initiation of the slide is modeled using THETIS, a 3D Navier-Stokes model. The slide is considered as a Newtonian fluid whose viscosity is adjusted to approximate a granular behavior. After 5 minutes of propagation with THETIS, the generated water wave is transferred into FUNWAVE-TVD for 15 minutes fo Boussinesq model simulation. Wave elevation...

SMOS ARCTIC SSS L3 V1.0 maps produced by CATDS CEC LOCEAN

Alexandre Supply, Jacqueline Boutin, Jean-Luc Vergely, Nicolas Kolodziejczyk, Gilles Reverdin, Nicolas Reul & Anastasiia Tarasenko
LOCEAN, LOPS, AARI and ACRI-ST have derived improved SMOS SSS maps over the Arctic Ocean based on new corrections of SST and sea ice effect during SSS retrieval from SMOS satellite measurements. The first version of level 3 (L3) SMOS ARCTIC SSS (weekly and monthly) covers a period from June 2010 to November 2019 above 60°North. The dataset is derived using uncorrected SSS from ESA SMOS SSS v662 level 2 (L2, https://smos.argans.co.uk/docs/deliverables/delivered/ATBD/SO-TN-ARG-GS-0007_L2OS-ATBD_v3.13_160429.pdf). SSS values are...

Dissolved Inorganic Carbon and Total Alkalinity sampled at Boussole site in the Medditerranean Sea

Melek Golbol, Jacqueline Boutin, Liliane Merlivat, Vincenzo Vellucci & David Antoine
Dissolved Inorganic Carbon and Total Alkalinity have been sampled at 5m and 10m depth at Boussole site (43°22' N, 7°54' E ) in the western Mediterranean Sea, approximately every 2 months from 2014 to 2019. These data have been used by Merlivat et al. (2018). They are part of the Biocarex project. Samples have been analyzed at the SNAPO-CO2 (Service National d’Analyse des Paramètres Océaniques du CO2) located at the Laboratory LOCEAN in Paris (https://www.locean-ipsl.upmc.fr/SNAPO/)....

Surface connue occupée par l'écosystème "Coraux d'eau froide" (Madrepora oculata) dans le canyon de Cassidaigne en 2017, Méditerranée Ouest

Fabri Marie-Claire & VINHA Beatriz
Surface connue occupée par les coraux d’eaux froides Madrepora oculata (Scleréctiniaires) dans le canyon de Cassidaigne, Méditerranée Ouest. Les surfaces ont été mesurées d’après les images enregistrées au cours de la campagne VIDEOCOR1 par le H-ROV Ariane (L’Europe, 2017). Les images ont été utilisées pour réaliser des modèles 3D de chaque zone. Chaque colonie de Madrepora oculata a été positionnée à la main sur les modèles géoréférencés. Une couverture en 3-Dimensions a ainsi pu être...

Distribution des colonies de Madrepora oculata dans le canyon de Cassidaigne en 2017, Méditerranée Ouest

FABRI Marie-Claire & VINHA Beatriz
Distribution des coraux d’eaux froides Madrepora oculata (Scleréctiniaires) obtenue pendant la campagne VIDEOCOR1 en 2017 dans le canyon de Cassidaigne, Méditerranée Ouest. Les colonies de coraux ont été filmées/photographiées au cours de la campagne VIDEOCOR1 par le H-ROV Ariane (L’Europe, 2017). Les images ont été utilisées pour réaliser des modèles 3D de chaque zone. Chaque colonie de Madrepora oculata a été positionnée à la main sur les modèles géoréférencés. Données liées à la publication Fabri...

Data from marine sediment cores PAMELA-MOZ1-KS04 and PAMELA-MOZ1-KS07

Stephan Jorry, Gwenael Jouet, Evan Edinger, Samuel Toucanne, John Counts, Elda Miramontes, Simon Courgeon, Natalia Vazquez Riveiros, Pascal Le Roy & Gilbert Camoin
Over the past ten years, a huge amount of source-to-sink studies have aimed to unravel the tectonic, climatic and other processes that shape the landscape from mountains to the deep ocean. Interestingly, these studies have been mainly dedicated to siliciclastic or mixed systems, for which the connection between drainage basins, continental shelves, slope and basin environments are often well constrained. Here we present a study focusing on a source-to-sink study dedicated to a pure carbonate...

Trace Element Composition of Plankton from the Qatari Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Arabian Gulf

Oguz Yigiterhan, Ebrahim Mohd Al-Ansari, Alex Nelson, Mohamed Alaa Abdel-Moati, Jesse Turner, Hamood Abdulla Alsaadi, Barbara Paul, Ibrahim Abdullatif Al-Maslamani, Mehsin Abdulla Al-Ansi Al-Yafei & James W. Murray
Samples from the Marine Exclusive Economic Zone of Qatar and the Arabian Gulf were collected using net tows with mesh sizes of 50 μm (phytoplankton) and 200 μm (zooplankton) to examine the composition of size fractionated plankton populations. Samples were collected in two different years from 11 locations to examine temporal and spatial variabilities. The biogenic concentrations of trace metals were determined by correcting the bulk analyses for the lithogenic contribution using aluminum as a...

RESCO REMORA Database : National monitoring network of mortality and growth rates of the sentinel oyster Crassostrea gigas

Elodie Fleury, Julien Normand, Alice Lamoureux, Jean-Francois Bouget, Coralie Lupo, Nathalie Cochennec-Laureau, Sebastien Petton, Bruno Petton & Stephane Pouvreau
The REMORA network carried out by IFREMER was a national network designed to survey the farming performances of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. From 1993 to 2009 (creation of the RESCO network from this year on), the REMORA network monitored yearly mortality and growth of standardized batches of 18 months-old oysters. From 1995 onward, monitoring of 6 months-old spat oysters farming performances were integrated into the REMORA network. In order to compare data in time...

The 2014 Greenland-Portugal GEOVIDE CTDO2 hydrographic and SADCP data (GO-SHIP A25 and GEOTRACES GA01)

Pascale Lherminier & Geraldine Sarthou
The GEOVIDE cruise was carried out coast to coast between Portugal and Newfoundland via the south tip of Greenland, following the OVIDE line in the eastern part and crossing the Labrador Sea in the western part. The classical hydrographic rosette was cast 163 times at 78 different geographical positions called stations. While the CTD-O2 probe acquired continuous profiles of the “physical” variables (pressure, temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen), 22 Niskin bottles were closed at different...

HOMER Campaign : Mooring time series

Sebastien Petton, David Le Berre, Axel Haurie & Stephane Pouvreau
Located in Northwestern France, the Bay of Brest constitutes a coastal macrotidal and semi-enclosed ecosystem marked with fast mixing exchanges with the Atlantic Ocean through a narrow and deep channel to its west-side. To study the intensity of current in small coves, two moorings were deployed with ADCP on the seabed and temperature sensors at different levels. They were first put in the « Anse de l’Auberlac’h » (A) and the « Anse du Fret...

Marine environmental station database of Daoulas bay

Sebastien Petton, Valerian Le Roy, Gwenael Bellec, Isabelle Queau, Pierrick Le Souchu & Stephane Pouvreau
Located in Northwestern France, the Bay of Brest constitutes a coastal macrotidal and semi-enclosed ecosystem (total area of 180 km2, maximum tidal amplitude of 8 m, average depth of 8 m) influenced by both freshwater inputs from rivers (to its east-side) and fast mixing exchanges with the Atlantic Ocean through a narrow (1.8 km of wide) and deep (40 m) channel (to its west-side). The average flushing time of the system is around 25 days....

BACH1000_100lev-51 : a MARS3D model configuration for the Bay of Biscay

Sebastien Theetten, Frederic Vandermeirsch & Guillaume Charria
BACH1000_100lev-51 is the source code of a model configuration based on MARS3D model code (Duhaut et al.,2008 ; Lazure and Dumas, 2008). It can simulate the oceanic circulation in the Bay of Biscay. Source codes are written in Fortran 90 language. This configuration has been compiled and run on the high performance computer "Occigen" at CINES. A high-resolution (1 km, 100 vertical sigma layers) model experiment, based on BACH1000_100lev-51, including tidal dynamics has simulated a...

Argo float data and metadata from Global Data Assembly Centre (Argo GDAC)

Argo
Argo is a global array of 3,000 free-drifting profiling floats that measures the temperature and salinity of the upper 2000 m of the ocean. This allows, for the first time, continuous monitoring of the temperature, salinity, and velocity of the upper ocean, with all data being relayed and made publicly available within hours after collection. The array provides 100,000 temperature/salinity profiles and velocity measurements per year distributed over the global oceans at an average of...

ZooScanNet: plankton images captured with the ZooScan

Amanda Elineau, Corinne Desnos, Laetitia Jalabert, Marion Olivier, Jean-Baptiste Romagnan, Manoela Costa Brandao, Fabien Lombard, Natalia Llopis, Justine Courboulès, Louis Caray-Counil, Bruno Serranito, Jean-Olivier Irisson, Marc Picheral, Gaby Gorsky & Lars Stemmann
Plankton was sampled with various nets, from bottom or 500m depth to the surface, in many oceans of the world. Samples were imaged with a ZooScan. The full images were processed with ZooProcess which generated regions of interest (ROIs) around each individual object and a set of associated features measured on the object (see Gorsky et al 2010 for more information). The same objects were re-processed to compute features with the scikit-image toolbox (http://scikit-image.org). The...

A global sea state dataset from spaceborne synthetic aperture radar wave mode data

Xiao-Ming Li & Bingqing Huang
This dataset consists of ocean wave integral parameters of significant wave height (SWH) and mean wave period (MWP) data derived from the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar (ASAR) onboard the ENVISAT satellite over its full life cycle (2002-2012) covering the global ocean. Both parameters are calibrated and validated against buoy data. Cross-validation between the ASAR SWH and radar altimeter (RA) data is also performed to ensure that the SAR-derived wave height data are of the same...

Iridium GPS 1 data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2012-2013

Julien Legrand, Pierre-Marie Sarradin & Mathilde Cannat
This dataset contains the GPS positions of the EMSO-Azores transmission buoy BOREL acquired between Jannuary 2012 and december 2012 using the Iridium/GPS modem 1 (data acquired every 6 hours).

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