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  • Current Meters in the frame of HERMES project

  • This dataset includes raw monitoring data on the positioning of recreational fishing activities in the Belgian part of the North Sea and the Belgian coast, collected during 34 aerial surveys between 30 November 2016 and 8 November 2017. Data products based on this dataset are already available on https://www.kustportaal.be/en/fisheries-and-aquaculture and on www.recreatievezeevisserij.be (-> http://rshiny.recreatievezeevisserij.be/plaatsbepaling/).

  • Description of the coastal zone bank habitats of the Baltic Sea on Latvia-Lithuania border based on underwater video observation. Observation for National environmental status assessment, Maritime spatial planning, Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Underwater video observation was done by Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology. Open data policy.

  • This dataset was produced during the Eurofleets + PORO-CLIM cruise. Project PORO-CLIM was conceived to study interplay between the first-order geological processes of continental rifting and break-up, Large Igneous Province emplacement, and global climate change, and to provide ship-based training for a cohort of international students. Cruise CE21008, the PORO-CLIM data acquisition cruise, carried out a marine geophysical survey of the POrcupine and ROckall continental passive margins, to investigate the cause of the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, a natural CLIMate change event that is the closest deep-time analogue of anthropogenic environmental change (though the modern change is happening much faster). Project PORO-CLIM also includes a three-year post-cruise data work-up phase. The €1.2M project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 EuroFleets+ programme, the PIPCO-RSG industrial consortium and the Irish Marine Research Programme. OBJECTIVES OF CRUISE CE21008 1. A controlled-source deep seismic imaging programme using 27 Ocean Bottom Seismometers (OBSs) and a 1 km multi-channel seismic streamer of the following targets: (a) Rockall Plateau passive margin and Erriador Ridge. (b) Porcupine Seabight, Porcupine passive margin abyssal plain and the East Thulean Rise. 2. Provide multi-disciplinary training early career researcher (masters and PhD level) in techniques of controlled source seismology (OBS and MCS), physical oceanography and marine mammal observing, and in research areas of mantle processes, tectonic processes, sedimentary processes and physical oceanographic processes. 3. Carry out an outreach programme, led by the early career researcher team, that communicates scientific and technical aspects of the work to an audience from primary school children to adults. SUMMARY CRUISE NARRATIVE Despite the Covid pandemic, the cruise went ahead with a science party of 13, including about half the planned compliment of early career researchers. The cruise began after a 14-day pre-cruise lock-down period, followed by Covid-safe travel to the vessel. We lost 1.5 days at the start owing to equipment shipping delays. At sea we had 4.5 days of full weather downtime, and had to alter our work programme on a further 4.5 days, mostly to avoid bad weather, and the rest (1 day) because of OBS equipment failure. Nevertheless, we ended by acquiring the 1st and 3rd on our priority list of deep seismic profiles. We made 47 ocean bottom seismometers (OBS) deployments, acquired 800 km of seismic reflection data and coincident magnetometer data, and deployed 66 expendable bathythermograph (XBT) probes. The data are of good quality and can address all the scientific aims. The outreach objective was particularly successful, and generated over 100,000 audience engagements across Europe and beyond. LONG-TERM OBJECTIVES OF PORO-CLIM The following objectives will be addressed based directly on the dataset acquired on cruise CE21008 over the next three years. 1. Obtain continuous mantle temperature history from Late Cretaceous (Santonian) to Eocene. 2. Test models for initiation of the North Atlantic Igneous Province (NAIP). 3. Test whether the NAIP alone drove the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) global warming event. 4. Explain the temporal transition from magma-poor to magma-rich passive margins in the North Atlantic. Successful hypotheses tests would confirm the dominant role of mantle temperature in controlling passive margin structure [24]. 5. Image continental rifting modes within Porcupine Basin. 6. Determine how the palaeogeography and sediment supply systems of Porcupine and Rockall Basins evolved through Cretaceous-Eocene. 7. Infer Cretaceous-Cenozoic deep-water palaeoceanographic evolution from the seismic architecture of contourite sediment drifts. Submitted underway data to EMODnet Data Ingestion: AIS, EUcaws, fluorometer, Gill wind direction, SBE21 thermosalinograph. The €1.2M project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 EuroFleets+ programme, the PIPCORSG industrial consortium and the Irish Marine Research Programme .

  • This dataset was produced during the Eurofleets + PORO-CLIM cruise. Project PORO-CLIM was conceived to study interplay between the first-order geological processes of continental rifting and break-up, Large Igneous Province emplacement, and global climate change, and to provide ship-based training for a cohort of international students. Cruise CE21008, the PORO-CLIM data acquisition cruise, carried out a marine geophysical survey of the POrcupine and ROckall continental passive margins, to investigate the cause of the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, a natural CLIMate change event that is the closest deep-time analogue of anthropogenic environmental change (though the modern change is happening much faster). Project PORO-CLIM also includes a three year post-cruise data work-up phase. 65 expendable bathytherograph (XBT) probes (T-5, T-11) were deployed to constrain the seismic velocity in the water layer. Sound speed was calculated assuming a constant salinity of 34.9 psu. The €1.2M project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 EuroFleets+ programme, the PIPCORSG industrial consortium and the Irish Marine Research Programme.

  • Two quality controlled datasets here archived were collected during the oceanographic cruise BioArgoMed that held in Spring 2015 over the whole Mediterranean Sea, onboard R/V Tethys 2. The first datset is composed of continuous vertical profiles of the 14 downcasts performed during the seven stations. The profiles have a resolution of 1dbar. The quality controlled parameters reported in this data set are: pressure (PRES in dbar), in-situ temperature (TEMP in °C), practical salinity (PSAL), dissolved oxygen concentration (OXYGEN in µmol/kg), fluorescence of chlorophyll-a (FCHL in mg/m3), amplitude of zonal current (UVEL in m/s), amplitude of the meridional current (VVEL in m/s), amplitude of error velocity (UERR in m/s). The second dataset is composed of discrete samples collected during the 14 upcasts performed during the seven stations. The quality controlled parameters are: pressure (CTD_PRES in dbar), in-situ temperature (CTD_TEMP in °C), practical salinity (CTD_PSAL), potential density anomaly referenced at surface (CTD_DENS in kg/m3), dissolved oxygen concentration measured by the electrochemical sensor (CTD_OXY in µmol/kg), fluorescence of chlorophyll-a (CTD_FCHL in mg/m3), dissolved oxygen concentration measured by the Winkler method (OXYGEN in µmol/kg), concentration of silicate (SILICAT in µmol/L), concentration of phosphate (PHSPHT in µmol/L) , concentration of nitrite (NITRIT in µmol/L), concentration of nitrate (NITRAT in µmol/L), concentration of pigments (processed by HPLC). The two datasets were collected in concomitancy with the deployment of BGC-Argo floats (WMO numbers : 6901764, 6901765, 6901766, 6901767, 6901768, 6901769, 6901771, 6901773).

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    The "EMODnet Digital Bathymetry (DTM)- 2022" is a multilayer bathymetric product for Europe’s sea basins covering: • the Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and stretches of water such as Fair Isle, Cromarty, Forth, Forties,Dover, Wight, and Portland • the English Channel and Celtic Seas • Western Mediterranean, the Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean Sea • Iberian Coast and Bay of Biscay (Atlantic Ocean) • Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) • Aegean - Levantine Sea (Mediterranean). • Madeira and Azores (Macaronesia) • Baltic Sea • Black Sea • Norwegian and Icelandic Seas • Canary Islands (Macaronesia) • Arctic region and Barentz Sea The DTM is based upon 21937 bathymetric survey data sets and Composite DTMs that have been gathered from 64 data providers from 28 countries riparian to European seas and beyond. Also Satellite Derived Bathymetry data products have been included fro Landsat 8 and Sentinel satellite images. Areas not covered by observations are completed by integrating GEBCO 2022 and IBCAO V4. The source reference layer in the portal viewing service gives metadata of the data sets used with their data providers; the metadata also acknowledges the data originators. The incorporated survey data sets itself can be discovered and requested for access through the Common Data Index (CDI) data discovery and access service that in December 2022 contained > 41.000survey data sets from European data providers for global waters. The Composite DTMs can be discovered through the Sextant Catalogue service. Both discovery services make use of SeaDataNet standards and services and have been integrated in the EMODnet portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/bathymetry#bathymetry-services ). In addition, the EMODnet Map Viewer (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/geoviewer/ ) gives users wide functionality for viewing and downloading the EMODnet digital bathymetry such as: • water depth (refering to the Lowest Astronomical Tide Datum - LAT) in gridded form on a DTM grid of 1/16 * 1/16 arc minute of longitude and latitude (ca 115 * 115 meters). • option to view depth parameters of individual DTM cells and references to source data • option to download DTM in 58 tiles in different formats: ESRI ASCII, XYZ, EMODnet CSV, NetCDF (CF), GeoTiff and SD • option to visualize the DTM in 3D in the browser without plug-in • layer with a number of high resolution DTMs for coastal regions • layer with wrecks from the UKHO Wrecks database. The EMODnet DTM is also available by means of OGC web services (WMS, WFS, WCS, WMTS), which are specified at the EMODnet Bathymetry portal. The original datasets themselves are not distributed but described in the metadata services, giving clear information about the background survey data used for the DTM, their access restrictions, originators and distributors and facilitating requests by users to originator.

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    The "EMODnet Digital Bathymetry (DTM)- 2022" is a multilayer bathymetric product for Europe’s sea and over seas basins covering: • the Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and stretches of water such as Fair Isle, Cromarty, Forth, Forties,Dover, Wight, and Portland • the English Channel and Celtic Seas • Western Mediterranean, the Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean Sea • Iberian Coast and Bay of Biscay (Atlantic Ocean) • Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) • Aegean - Levantine Sea (Mediterranean). • Madeira and Azores (Macaronesia) • Baltic Sea • Black Sea • Norwegian and Icelandic Seas • Canary Islands (Macaronesia) • Arctic region and Barentz Sea • Caribbean Sea The DTM is based upon 21937 bathymetric survey data sets and Composite DTMs that have been gathered from 64 data providers from 28 countries riparian to European seas and beyond. Also Satellite Derived Bathymetry data products have been included fro Landsat 8 and Sentinel satellite images. Areas not covered by observations are completed by integrating GEBCO 2022 and IBCAO V4. The source reference layer in the portal viewing service gives metadata of the data sets used with their data providers; the metadata also acknowledges the data originators. The incorporated survey data sets itself can be discovered and requested for access through the Common Data Index (CDI) data discovery and access service that in December 2022 contained > 41.000survey data sets from European data providers for global waters. The Composite DTMs can be discovered through the Sextant Catalogue service. Both discovery services make use of SeaDataNet standards and services and have been integrated in the EMODnet portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/bathymetry#bathymetry-services ). In addition, the EMODnet Map Viewer (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/geoviewer/ ) gives users wide functionality for viewing and downloading the EMODnet digital bathymetry such as: • water depth (refering to the Lowest Astronomical Tide Datum - LAT) in gridded form on a DTM grid of 1/16 * 1/16 arc minute of longitude and latitude (ca 115 * 115 meters). • option to view depth parameters of individual DTM cells and references to source data • option to download DTM in 58 tiles in different formats: ESRI ASCII, XYZ, EMODnet CSV, NetCDF (CF), GeoTiff, TIFF and SD • option to visualize the DTM in 3D in the browser without plug-in • layer with a number of high resolution DTMs for coastal regions • layer with wrecks from the UKHO Wrecks database. The EMODnet DTM is also available by means of OGC web services (WMS, WFS, WCS, WMTS), which are specified at the EMODnet Bathymetry portal. The original datasets themselves are not distributed but described in the metadata services, giving clear information about the background survey data used for the DTM, their access restrictions, originators and distributors and facilitating requests by users to originator.

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    The "EMODnet Digital Bathymetry (DTM)- 2022" is a multilayer bathymetric product for Europe’s sea basins covering: • the Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and stretches of water such as Fair Isle, Cromarty, Forth, Forties,Dover, Wight, and Portland • the English Channel and Celtic Seas • Western Mediterranean, the Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean Sea • Iberian Coast and Bay of Biscay (Atlantic Ocean) • Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) • Aegean - Levantine Sea (Mediterranean). • Madeira and Azores (Macaronesia) • Baltic Sea • Black Sea • Norwegian and Icelandic Seas • Canary Islands (Macaronesia) • Arctic region and Barentz Sea The DTM is based upon 21937 bathymetric survey data sets and Composite DTMs that have been gathered from 64 data providers from 28 countries riparian to European seas and beyond. Also Satellite Derived Bathymetry data products have been included fro Landsat 8 and Sentinel satellite images. Areas not covered by observations are completed by integrating GEBCO 2022 and IBCAO V4. The source reference layer in the portal viewing service gives metadata of the data sets used with their data providers; the metadata also acknowledges the data originators. The incorporated survey data sets itself can be discovered and requested for access through the Common Data Index (CDI) data discovery and access service that in December 2022 contained > 41.000survey data sets from European data providers for global waters. The Composite DTMs can be discovered through the Sextant Catalogue service. Both discovery services make use of SeaDataNet standards and services and have been integrated in the EMODnet portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/bathymetry#bathymetry-services ). In addition, the EMODnet Map Viewer (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/geoviewer/ ) gives users wide functionality for viewing and downloading the EMODnet digital bathymetry such as: • water depth (refering to the Lowest Astronomical Tide Datum - LAT) in gridded form on a DTM grid of 1/16 * 1/16 arc minute of longitude and latitude (ca 115 * 115 meters). • option to view depth parameters of individual DTM cells and references to source data • option to download DTM in 58 tiles in different formats: ESRI ASCII, XYZ, EMODnet CSV, NetCDF (CF), GeoTiff and SD • option to visualize the DTM in 3D in the browser without plug-in • layer with a number of high resolution DTMs for coastal regions • layer with wrecks from the UKHO Wrecks database. The EMODnet DTM is also available by means of OGC web services (WMS, WFS, WCS, WMTS), which are specified at the EMODnet Bathymetry portal. The original datasets themselves are not distributed but described in the metadata services, giving clear information about the background survey data used for the DTM, their access restrictions, originators and distributors and facilitating requests by users to originator.

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    The "EMODnet Digital Bathymetry (DTM)- 2022" is a multilayer bathymetric product for Europe’s sea basins covering: • the Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and stretches of water such as Fair Isle, Cromarty, Forth, Forties,Dover, Wight, and Portland • the English Channel and Celtic Seas • Western Mediterranean, the Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean Sea • Iberian Coast and Bay of Biscay (Atlantic Ocean) • Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) • Aegean - Levantine Sea (Mediterranean). • Madeira and Azores (Macaronesia) • Baltic Sea • Black Sea • Norwegian and Icelandic Seas • Canary Islands (Macaronesia) • Arctic region and Barentz Sea The DTM is based upon 21937 bathymetric survey data sets and Composite DTMs that have been gathered from 64 data providers from 28 countries riparian to European seas and beyond. Also Satellite Derived Bathymetry data products have been included fro Landsat 8 and Sentinel satellite images. Areas not covered by observations are completed by integrating GEBCO 2022 and IBCAO V4. The source reference layer in the portal viewing service gives metadata of the data sets used with their data providers; the metadata also acknowledges the data originators. The incorporated survey data sets itself can be discovered and requested for access through the Common Data Index (CDI) data discovery and access service that in December 2022 contained > 41.000survey data sets from European data providers for global waters. The Composite DTMs can be discovered through the Sextant Catalogue service. Both discovery services make use of SeaDataNet standards and services and have been integrated in the EMODnet portal (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/en/bathymetry#bathymetry-services ). In addition, the EMODnet Map Viewer (https://emodnet.ec.europa.eu/geoviewer/ ) gives users wide functionality for viewing and downloading the EMODnet digital bathymetry such as: • water depth (refering to the Lowest Astronomical Tide Datum - LAT) in gridded form on a DTM grid of 1/16 * 1/16 arc minute of longitude and latitude (ca 115 * 115 meters). • option to view depth parameters of individual DTM cells and references to source data • option to download DTM in 58 tiles in different formats: ESRI ASCII, XYZ, EMODnet CSV, NetCDF (CF), GeoTiff and SD • option to visualize the DTM in 3D in the browser without plug-in • layer with a number of high resolution DTMs for coastal regions • layer with wrecks from the UKHO Wrecks database. The EMODnet DTM is also available by means of OGC web services (WMS, WFS, WCS, WMTS), which are specified at the EMODnet Bathymetry portal. The original datasets themselves are not distributed but described in the metadata services, giving clear information about the background survey data used for the DTM, their access restrictions, originators and distributors and facilitating requests by users to originator.