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    Data about physics, biogeochemistry and paleoceanography of the eastern subtropical North Atlantic.

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    These grid data were derived from National Parks and Wildlife Service cetacean surveys within the Irish MSFD area and the EEA-10km GRID. The grid shows the current distribution of Harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) in Irish coastal and marine waters. The data were collected for the purposes of 2019 reporting under Article 17 of the EU Habitats Directive.

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    These grid data were derived from National Parks and Wildlife Service cetacean surveys within the Irish MSFD area and the EEA-10km GRID. The grid shows the current distribution of Harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) and Grey seal (Halichoreus grypus) in Irish coastal and marine waters. The data were collected for the purposes of 2019 reporting under Article 17 of the EU Habitats Directive.

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    This spatial dataset indicates the depth of fishing activity within the inshore area around the Irish coastline. Data was created via surveys with fishermen around the coastline.

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    Salmon tagging at Newport Catchment, Co. Mayo Ireland

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    Sea trout monitoring as part of Newport Catchment.

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    The objective is to provide an estimate of the total weight of the highly valuable Anglerfish stocks and to provide information on how the stock changes from year to year.

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    Acoustic surveys are generally carried out on spawning and pre-spawning aggregations of fish.

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    This is the spatial dataset for UWTV Survey stations in the areas known as the Aran Grounds, the Irish Sea and the Celtic Sea which are surveyed on three separate surveys.

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    The purpose of the survey is to investigate the impact of fishing on the abundance and biological parameters of deepwater species.