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    Sampling Methods avvistAPP is a free citizen science tool that allows everyone to actively contribute to the monitoring of marine animals. Available both in Google and Apple app stores. App description: https://doi.org/10.13120/h127-9v54 Study Extent Mediterranean Sea from 2019 onwards. Method step description: The reported sightings are validated by researchers.

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    Macrobenthos monitoring in the Mar Piccolo of Taranto in June 2013 and April 2014 in the framework of the Italian flagship project RITMARE

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    Microphytobenthos collected in Panarea Island in the framework of ECO2 Project.

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    Sampling Methods avvistAPP is a free citizen science tool that allows everyone to actively contribute to the monitoring of marine animals. Available both in Google and Apple app stores. App description: https://doi.org/10.13120/h127-9v54 Study Extent Mediterranean Sea from 2019 onwards. Method step description: The reported sightings are validated by researchers.

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    Time series of phytoplankton abundance collected with a monthly frequency at 0.5, 5, 10 and 15 meters in the Gulf of Trieste. The time series station C1, located in the Gulf of Trieste in the northernmost part of the Adriatic Sea, is part of the Adriatic Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site. It is a shallow coastal station (17 m depth) located at 0.2 Km from the coast, at the outer border of the Natural Marine Reserve of Miramare, Trieste. More information about activities carried out and about datasets from other periods can be found at: http://nettuno.ogs.trieste.it/ilter/GoTTs/en_index.html. Samples were fixed with Ca(HCO3)2-buffered formaldehyde (0.8% final concentration) and cell abundance was estimated according to Utermöhl’s method (1958), using an inverted microscope equipped with phase contrast, at 200-320-400x final magnifications. Abundant cells were counted in defined random fields, rarer species were counted on the whole chamber (Fonda Umani et al., 2007).

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    A regular sampling for microphytobentos studies at the time series station C1 in the Gulf of Trieste, North Adriatic Sea began in 2002 and, with some interruptions, is still ongoing. The time series station C1 was initiated by the University of Trieste, and was later taken care by the Laboratory of Marine Biology of Trieste after its formal institution in December 1979 and, since October 2005, by the Department of Biological Oceanography, now Division of Oceanography (OCE) of OGS, Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale of Trieste. 

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    Samples of living and fossil mollusca were collected in spring 1913 during an exploration along the coast of Tripolitania (western Lybia). The campaign was promoted by the Commission of the Italian Ministry of Colonies. Mollusca collected in the Mediterranean Sea in spring 1913, in particular along the coasts from Homs to the Tunisian border and at Tripoli and Capo Misurata. The spatial coordinates are missing from the original historical paper and were completed indicatively based on the coordinates of the locality after converting to actual name.

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    Microzooplankton data collected within the ALPEADRIA monitoring project in the Gulf of Trieste, North Adriatic Sea in 1993.

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    Mesozooplankton data collected in the framework of INTERREG II and III Italy-Slovenia project, implemented on behalf of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Regional Environment Office by the Marine Biology Laboratory in Trieste, with the contribution of the newly-founded Regional Agency for the Conservation of the Environment (ARPA - Agenzia regionale per la protezione dell'ambiente).

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    The “expedition HVAR” (1948-1949), organised by the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries of Split (IOF, Croatia), was the first large-scale fishery-independent trawl-survey ever performed in the Adriatic Sea. The survey was conducted with the motorboat “Hvar” (250 HP; LOA = 25 m) in the territorial waters of the former Yugoslavia (currently territorial waters of the Republics of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro) and Albania, and in the international waters to approximately 20 nautical miles off the Italian coast.