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    The Fish predator/prey database (stomach database) contains data covering 11 countries. A total of 217 399 stomachs are reported in the North Sea data. Eight predator species were analysed and 854 NODC prey codes have been reported

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    Data from seven historical ICES volumes has been digitized and quality checked through a cooperative project between SAHFOS, ICES and the University of Plymouth (UK). Data include >13,000 plankton samples. Approximately 2000 taxa, many identified to species level, are included. The data are from a variety of cruises. Within EurOBIS and EMODnet, presence only values have been made available. <ul> <li>ICES Bulletin Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1901-1902 <li> ICES Bulletin Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1902-1903 <li> Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1903-1904 <li> Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1904-1905 <li> Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1905-1906 <li> Resultats Acquis Pendant les Courses Periodiques 1906-1907 <li> Bulletin Planktonique 1907-1912 </ul>

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    The survey existed since 1968. It is carried out every 3 years in the north eastern Atlantic. The year after the Atlantic survey, a mackerel egg survey is conducted in the North Sea. The survey creates a basis for the stock assessment of Atlantic and North Sea mackerel and management plan for Atlantic horse mackerel. The historical MEGS data is expected to be uploaded in 2015-2016. The group responsible for the survey is WGMEGS.

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    European Seabirds At Sea (ESAS) assembles offshore monitoring data on seabirds and marine mammals. This international database mostly includes data from the North Sea, yet large parts of the northeastern Atlantic Ocean are covered as well. It finds its origin in the 'Seabirds at Sea' project, which was initiated in 1979 following the discovery of major oil potential in the North Sea and an urgent need to gain more knowledge on the occurrence and distribution of seabirds in their offshore habitat. This led to the execution of large-scale ship-based surveys across the North Sea using a standardized data collection method and a first European-wide data assembly in 1991.

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    This historic benthic macrofauna dataset was digitized and standardized by ICES iin the framework of the EMODNet Biology project. It contains data from the Danish Biological Station who collected quantitative samples of the benthic macrofauna on a yearly basis from a range of stations in the Limjord during more than 5 decades.

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    This historic fish dataset was digitized and standardized by ICES iin the framework of the EMODNet Biology project. It contains data from the Danish Biological Station who collected quantitative fish samples on a yearly basis from a range of stations in the Limjord during more than 3 decades.

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    DOME contains marine environmental data featuring: <ul> <li> North-East Atlantic, Greenland sea, Baltic sea and Norwegian sea <li> Contaminants in biota, sediment and water, fish disease and biological communities <li> Aggregated fish trawl survey data <li>Data spanning the years 1965-2008 </ul>

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    <p>The Fisheries and Oceans Canada ecosystem surveys are conducted annually and are a source of integrated ecosystem monitoring data. These survey data are the primary data source for monitoring trends in species distribution, abundance, and biological condition within the region, and also provide data to the Atlantic Zonal Monitoring Program (AZMP) for monitoring hydrographic conditions, along with zooplankton and phytoplankton. The surveys follow a stratified random sampling design, and include sampling using a bottom otter trawl, CTD rosette and vertical plankton tows. Data from the bottom trawl catch are used to monitor the distribution and abundance of fish and invertebrates throughout the Scotian Shelf, Bay of Fundy and Georges Bank.</p>

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    Dataset provided to ICES by the Estonian Marine Institute with ichthyoplankton records from the Gulf of Riga (Baltic Sea).

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    Biological zoobenthos community data