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    This composite Digital Terrain Model (cDTM) is a high resolution bathymetry dataset highlighting measurement of depth of water in the ocean. This cDTM covers the Celtic Sea Basin off the coast of Co. Cork in Ireland. The EMODnet high resolution DTM covers bathymetry surveys completed between during 2022. Bathymetric data collected on board research vessels using multi-beam and single-beam echosounder instrumentation. Raw bathymetry processed within CARIS software to produce bathymetry products subsequently converted to NetCDF cDTM for EMODnet. Acquisition, processing and product delivery follows IHO standard s44 Edition 5. cDTM is composed of three (3) images “merged simply” using GLOBE software. INFOMAR (Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Marine Resource) is a twenty year program to map the physical, chemical and biological features of Ireland's seabed established in 2006. INFOMAR is funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), and delivered by joint management partners Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. The program is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) which ran between 1999 and 2005. INFOMAR concentrates on creating integrated mapping products related to the seabed.

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    This composite Digital Terrain Model (cDTM) is a high resolution bathymetry dataset highlighting measurement of depth of water in the ocean. This cDTM covers the Celtic Sea Basin off the coast of Co. Cork in Ireland. The EMODnet high resolution DTM covers bathymetry surveys completed between during 2022. Bathymetric data collected on board research vessels using multi-beam and single-beam echosounder instrumentation. Raw bathymetry processed within CARIS software to produce bathymetry products subsequently converted to NetCDF cDTM for EMODnet. Acquisition, processing and product delivery follows IHO standard s44 Edition 5. cDTM is composed of three (3) images “merged simply” using GLOBE software. INFOMAR (Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Marine Resource) is a twenty year program to map the physical, chemical and biological features of Ireland's seabed established in 2006. INFOMAR is funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), and delivered by joint management partners Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. The program is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) which ran between 1999 and 2005. INFOMAR concentrates on creating integrated mapping products related to the seabed.

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    This composite Digital Terrain Model (cDTM) is a high resolution bathymetry dataset highlighting measurement of depth of water in the ocean. This cDTM covers Galway Bay and Aran Islands off the coast of Co. Galway in Ireland. The EMODnet high resolution DTM covers bathymetry surveys completed between during 2022. Bathymetric data collected on board research vessels using multi-beam and single-beam echosounder instrumentation. Raw bathymetry processed within CARIS software to produce bathymetry products subsequently converted to NetCDF cDTM for EMODnet. Acquisition, processing and product delivery follows IHO standard s44 Edition 5. cDTM is composed of two (2) images “merged simply” using GLOBE software. INFOMAR (Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Marine Resource) is a twenty year program to map the physical, chemical and biological features of Ireland's seabed established in 2006. INFOMAR is funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), and delivered by joint management partners Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. The program is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) which ran between 1999 and 2005. INFOMAR concentrates on creating integrated mapping products related to the seabed.

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    This composite Digital Terrain Model (cDTM) is a high resolution bathymetry dataset highlighting measurement of depth of water in the ocean. This cDTM covers the Kenmare Estuary off the coast of Co. Kerry in Ireland. The EMODnet high resolution DTM covers bathymetry surveys completed between during 2022. Bathymetric data collected on board research vessels using multi-beam and single-beam echosounder instrumentation. Raw bathymetry processed within CARIS software to produce bathymetry products subsequently converted to NetCDF cDTM for EMODnet. Acquisition, processing and product delivery follows IHO standard s44 Edition 5. cDTM is composed of four (4) images “merged simply” using GLOBE software. INFOMAR (Integrated Mapping for the Sustainable Development of Ireland's Marine Resource) is a twenty year program to map the physical, chemical and biological features of Ireland's seabed established in 2006. INFOMAR is funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), and delivered by joint management partners Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. The program is the successor to the Irish National Seabed Survey (INSS) which ran between 1999 and 2005. INFOMAR concentrates on creating integrated mapping products related to the seabed.

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    This dataset has been created in 2022 by Cogea for the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet). It contains coastal and marine protected areas in the European seas for those countries that are not covered by the the EEA's Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA). This dataset is entirely based on GIS Data from the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA), the most comprehensive global database of marine and terrestrial protected areas, plus external links and selected tabular data joined by Cogea to the feature attributes, as well as the calculation of marine and coastal location of features. The WDPA is a joint project between UN Environment Programme and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and is managed by UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), in collaboration with governments, non-governmental organisations, academia and industry. The whole datatset is made available online through Protected Planet at https://www.protectedplanet.net/en, where the data are both viewable and downloadable, while the EMODnet subset of data is available at the EMODnet Human Activities portal. In the webmap the WDPA dataset has been filtered by Cogea to show only (i) predominantly or entirely marine areas (MARINE field value=2), and (ii) areas, which even if not identified as predominantly or entirely marine in the WDPA, intersect the coastline or are within a distance of 1 km from the coastline. In both cases the COAST_MAR field value=1. The coastline dataset is available at https://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/eea-coastline-for-analysis-2 for continental areas, at https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/gisco/geodata/reference-data/administrative-units-statistical-units/countries#countries20 for areas in overseas entities. Countries coverage of GIS vector boundary data is: Algeria, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Lebanon, Monaco, Morocco, Palestine, Russian Federation, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom (including Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey). For further information please visit the Protected Planet website.

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    The dataset combines data collected from several sources: data collected and processed by the “Service hydrographique et océanographique de la marine” (SHOM) under the product “Wrecks and obstructions” for France (Hexagone and outermost regions and territories), The National Monument Service Wreck Viewer for Ireland, Historic England and the University of Oxford - The Oxford Roman Economy Project (Strauss, J. (2013). Shipwrecks Database. Version 1.0. Accessed (date): oxrep.classics.ox.ac.uk/databases/shipwrecks_database/) for archeological remains of ship wrecks in the Mediterranean. The different products were developed with different purposes and therefore provide information of different nature. The product developed by SHOM aims to identify objects emerging from the seabed and likely to hinder navigation, while the three other products focus on the historical value of the wrecks. The choice was made to keep as much information as possible. When possible fields from different sources have been merged (e.g. least depth available in SHOM data and the Oxford Roman Economy Project), but other fields correspond to a specific source. When available, information is provided on the nature of the objects (object description, ship characteristics, object type, artefacts, estimated tonnage), on the aging of the wrecks (sink year, dating, period), on the circumstances of the sinking (sink context, place of origine, place of destination), on the location (least depth, max depth, other depth information, object length, location precision, site area, coast distance), on the protection status (only for England) and on sources and additional information available (source information, references, website, website 2). The additional processing carried out by EMODnet consisted in translating the available information to English (through partly-automated translation), extracting the year of the sinking when available and calculating the distance to coast. Last update of the product by SHOM was made in November 2021, last update of the Historic England data was made in August 2021, update of the National Monument Service Wreck Viewer in Ireland was made I April 2018 and the Oxford Roman Economy Project was carried out in 2013.

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    The dataset on status of bathing waters in the EU was created in 2015 by Cogea for the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet). It is based on the dataset 'Bathing Water Directive - Status of bathing water' provided by The European Topic Centre on Water and made available by the European Environment Agency at https://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/bathing-water-directive-status-of-bathing-water-14. The EU Bathing Water Directive requires Member States to identify popular bathing places in fresh and coastal waters and monitor them for indicators of microbiological pollution (and other substances) throughout the bathing season which runs from May to September. The dataset presents the latest information as reported by the Member States, Albania, Switzerland and the United Kingdom for the 2021 bathing season, as well as some historical data since 1990, and it is available for viewing and download on EMODnet - Human Activities web portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/human-activities). Only coastal and transitional sites are shown on the viewer, while the dataset also contains lake and river sites. The geographic coverage is: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. More information are available at https://rod.eionet.europa.eu/obligations/787. Classifications were not made for the UK sites for the 2020 season due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the sampling programme. Compared with the previous version, the dataset has been updated according to the latest EEA version. 2021 data for UK sites come from national authorities.

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    The database on shellfish aquaculture in the EU was created in 2014 by AND-International for the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet). It is the result of the aggregation and harmonization of datasets provided by national sources across the EU (plus Norway and the UK) and by the project Euroshell. Data are available for viewing and download on EMODnet - Human Activities web portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/human-activities). The database contains points representing shellfish farms or shellfish production areas (depending on available data) in the following countries: Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and United Kingdom. Data from Bulgaria, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Spain and Scotland come from the official lists of registered aquaculture sites. Data from France relies on cadastral data. Data from the Netherlands, Italy and England and Wales come from the Euroshell project. Data is missing for Germany, Portugal, Sweden and Croatia. Except for Germany, the shellfish production remains limited in those MS. There is no production in other MS. Each point has the following attributes (where available): status (active, inactive, licensed), country, owner name, farm type (Mussels, Oysters, Mussels-Oysters, Clams, Specialised (other), Mixed (other)), production method (Beds, Long lines, Rafts, Saltwater closed (recirculation), Saltwater ponds, Saltwater tanks/raceways, Trestles or trays, Other), production stage (Grow out for human consumption, Hatchery, Nursery, Broodstock, Reproduction, Harvest, Other), purpose (Commercial, Research, Education, Display, Other), products detailed (English translation of the information provided on species grown or authorised in the source), point information (Polygon centroid, Original) depending on how the information is provided in the source (polygons or points), site_id, distance to coast (metres), position from coastline (At sea, within the coastline). The farm type relies on a typology established by AND-International, based on available information on species grown or authorised. A relational table provides harmonised information about species grown or authorised using Eurostat nomenclature for the Species Group (Mussels; Oysters; Clams, cockles, arkshells; Scallops, pectens; Abalones, winkles, conchs; Sea-urchins and other echinoderms) and when available the species name (e.g. Blue mussels - Mytilus edulis). The distance to coast (EEA coastline shapefile) has been calculated using the original data map projections, where available. In the other cases it was used the UTM WGS84 Zone projected coordinate system where data fall in. Compared with the previous version this new version includes updated data for Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Norway and Scotland and new data from Slovenia and Spain.

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    Description of measurements/samples, purpose for which they were collected, and the platforms/instrumentation and methods in collection RV Celtic Voyager 2021 Legs Celtic Sea 14m Globe composite DTM WGS 1984 projection Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT). The GSI has been permitted to utilise the UKHO VORF (Vertical Offshore Reference Frame) sea surface model. This model allows the use of ‘GPS tides’ and the GSI has gridded this model to a 1km resolution around Ireland to 15km offshore for reducing all soundings to Lowest Astronomical Tide - LAT (VORF). By utilising ‘GPS tides’ there is no requirement to adjust for draft or squat as the water level is modelled over the seabed as measured to the WGS84 ellipsoid. This area was surveyed as part of the ongoing INFOMAR project (formerly Irish National Seabed Survey), a joint seabed mapping project between the Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. Survey work was conducted to standards and recommendations set out by INFOMAR, the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO), the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). Please note the following: Data acquired prior to March 2011 were levelled to Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT) using shifts derived from Proudman Oceanographic tidal model. Tidal height was derived using a network of offshore and onshore tide gauges. As such data are on average 0.54m deeper than the more recent UKHO Vertical Offshore Reference Frame (VORF) levelled data. We are currently updating the older datasets. Statement on the level of data processed and quality control, limitations on reliability INFOMAR bathymetry products generated to meet International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standards to ensure gridded data positional accuracy in the horizontal (XY) and vertical (Z) frame. Arrangement of data Data has been processed and arranged into a GLOBE DTM grid using XYZ data. Spatial and temporal resolution of data within the dataset Image resolution is a 14m DTM grid. Length of time series Image created from data collected between 2021-07-01 and 2021-09-21 Amount of data expressed in number of stations, sites, observations, cores, months of recordings, miles of track or other units as appropriate Bathymetry image meets GLOBE DTM standard. Data provided under Creative Commons licence access and use conditions. Users of this data should provide the following attribution statement “Contains Irish Public Sector Data (Geological Survey Ireland; Marine Institute) licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence”

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    Description of measurements/samples, purpose for which they were collected, and the platforms/instrumentation and methods in collection RV Keary 2019 and 2020 legs Celtic Sea Cork 14m Globe DTM WGS 1984 projection Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT). The GSI has been permitted to utilise the UKHO VORF (Vertical Offshore Reference Frame) sea surface model. This model allows the use of ‘GPS tides’ and the GSI has gridded this model to a 1km resolution around Ireland to 15km offshore for reducing all soundings to Lowest Astronomical Tide - LAT (VORF). By utilising ‘GPS tides’ there is no requirement to adjust for draft or squat as the water level is modelled over the seabed as measured to the WGS84 ellipsoid. This area was surveyed as part of the INFOMAR joint mapping project by the Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. Survey work was conducted to standards and recommendations set out by INFOMAR, the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO), the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). Please note the following: Data acquired prior to March 2011 were levelled to Lowest Astronomical Tide (LAT) using shifts derived from Proudman Oceanographic tidal model. Tidal height was derived using a network of offshore and onshore tide gauges. As such data are on average 0.54m deeper than the more recent UKHO Vertical Offshore Reference Frame (VORF) levelled data. We are currently updating the older datasets. Statement on the level of data processed and quality control, limitations on reliability INFOMAR bathymetry products generated to meet International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standards to ensure gridded data positional accuracy in the horizontal (XY) and vertical (Z) frame. Arrangement of data Data has been processed and arranged into a GLOBE DTM grid using XYZ data. Spatial and temporal resolution of data within the dataset Image resolution is a 14m DTM grid. Length of time series Image created from data collected between 2019-07 and 2020-10-17 Amount of data expressed in number of stations, sites, observations, cores, months of recordings, miles of track or other units as appropriate Bathymetry image meets GLOBE DTM standard. Data provided under Creative Commons licence access and use conditions. Users of this data should provide the following attribution statement "Contains Irish Public Sector Data (INFOMAR; Geological Survey Ireland; Marine Institute) licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence"