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    <p>Opportunistic macroalgae blooms (green tides) data are collected during monitoring surveys on the English Channel / Bay of Biscay French coasts since 2008 (Quadrige program code : BLOOMS). Protocols are implemented in the European Water Framework Directive.</p>

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    <p>The French Mediterranen Lagoon Monitoring Network (RSL project) was rolled out in 2000 within the framework of the "SDAGE Rhône Méditerranée Corse"</p>

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    <p>The Thornton measuring buoy is part of the oceanographic component of ICOS Belgium (The Integrated Carbon Observation System), it carries sensors for both LifeWatch and ICOS. Management is organized as part of ICOS, an established and landmark European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) delivering high quality observations of greenhouse gases in all environmental domains.&nbsp;</p><p>The buoy collects data at approximately 30 minutes frequency and is regularly maintained and calibrated by VLIZ. This dataset includes the 2018 CTD data. Sensors were calibrated pre and post deployment and the analysis of the data alongside the calibrations suggest that no data corrections were needed.&nbsp;</p>

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    <p>Cruise 21-980 is part of the regular LifeWatch campaigns covering the Belgian Economic Exclusive Zone within the scope of the Flemish contribution to LifeWatch.eu. The dataset covers the two day cruise held from 21 to 23 December 2021 and includes all navigation, meteorological and surface hydrography parameters.</p><p>The data were not calibrated against independent measures but was quality controlled for the presence of outliers, anomalous and impossible values. Data are made available at a 1minute resolution, following the international conventions agreed for this type of data.</p>

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    <p>Cruise 21-870 is part of the regular LifeWatch campaigns covering the Belgian Economic Exclusive Zone within the scope of the Flemish contribution to LifeWatch.eu. The dataset covers the two day cruise held from 23 to 25 November 2021 and includes all navigation, meteorological and surface hydrography parameters.</p><p>The data were not calibrated against independent measures but was quality controlled for the presence of outliers, anomalous and impossible values. Data are made available at a 1minute resolution, following the international conventions agreed for this type of data.</p>

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    As part of the Belgian LifeWatch observatory, a permanent Cetacean passive acoustic network is established in the Belgian Part of the North Sea. The sensor network uses C-PODs (Chelonia Limited) to register the presence of harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) in the neighbourhood. Click trains of harbour porpoises are detected and classified using the CPOD software and high and moderate quality click trains are selected. The dataset is published yearly in the highest time resolution, per minute

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    As part of the Belgian LifeWatch observatory, a permanent Cetacean passive acoustic network is established in the Belgian Part of the North Sea. The sensor network uses C-PODs (Chelonia Limited) to register the presence of harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) in the neighbourhood. Click trains of harbour porpoises are detected and classified using the CPOD software and high and moderate quality click trains are selected. The dataset is published yearly in the highest time resolution, per minute

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    This dataset contains a list of harpacticoid copepods present in samples taken in Gazi Bay (Kenya) and Zanzibar (Tanzania) during July-August 1996. Samples were taken by snorkeling and a PVC meiofauna core. The data were digitized by VLIZ from the original report: Geerinckx, T. (2002). The role of isolation and dispersal in explaining regional diversity patterns: a case-study with harpacticoid copepods in tropical seagrass beds. MSc Thesis. MareLac: Ghent. 35 pp.