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Certain Gregoire, Jadaud Angelique, Vaz Sandrine, Metral Luisa, Cheret Isabelleexpand

The MEDiterranean International Trawl Survey (MEDITS) started in 1994 within the cooperation between several research Institutes from four Mediterranean Member States (France, Greece, Italy, Spain) of the European Union. Along the time, till to the advent of the European framework for the collection and management of fisheries data, new partners from Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Montenegro, Malta and Cyprus joined the MEDITS project. On the French [...]

The R/V Miguel Oliver was built in 2007 for scientific fisheries assessment and oceanographic research purposes. Owned by the Spanish General Secretariat of Fisheries, it mainly operates around the Iberian Peninsula and Canary Islands waters. Equipped with an automatic weather station, collected data are daily sent to the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) Data Center / National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) for delayed-mode quality contr [...]

Tal Ozer, Ronen Alkalay, Barak Herut, Yishai Weinstein

Current velocity measurements Collected in the Southeastern Levantine Basin in the 1500m deep DeepLev mooring station, were processed and presented to support a research on particulate organic carbon (POC) export at this highly oligotrophic basin. The currents dataset covers the period of May 2017 to November 2021 and includes selected depths over the rage of 50-1300m. These observations, combined with others not included in this dataset, highlig [...]

Tel Elena, Diaz Guerrero Jose Ignacio, Sanz Pinilla Lucia

The R/V Angeles Alvarino was built in 2012 for oceanographic research purposes. It mainly operates around the Iberian Peninsula and Canary island waters. Since the beginning of its operations, an automatic weather station has been continuously collecting marine meteorological data every minute, both at open sea and in port. The collected data are sent directly to the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) Data Center / National Oceanographic Dat [...]

Tel Elena, Diaz Guerrero Jose Ignacio, Sanz Pinilla Lucia

R/V Ramon Margalef was built in 2012 for oceanographic research purposes. It mainly operates around the Iberian Peninsula and Canary island waters. Since the beginning of its operations, an automatic weather station has been continuously collecting marine meteorological data every minute, both at open sea and in port. The collected data are sent directly to the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) Data Center / National Oceanographic Data Cent [...]

Tosetto Everton, Neumann-Leitão Sigrid, Bertrand Arnaud

Abundance data (individuals.m-3) of large microzooplankton assemblages collected during two “Acoustics along the Brazilian coast” surveys (ABRACOS 1 and ABRACOS 2) performed along the northeast Brazilian continental shelf and slope between 5 and 9° S and around oceanic seamounts and islands from Fernando de Noronha ridge, including the Fernando de Noronha Archipelago itself and the Rocas Atoll. The surveys were carried out on board the French oce [...]

Two quality controlled datasets here archived were collected during the oceanographic cruise MEIO that held in October-November 2022 over the South Western Indian Ocean, onboard S.A. Agulhas II. The first dataset is composed of continuous vertical profiles of the 12 oceanographic stations. The profiles have a resolution of 1dbar. The parameters reported in this data set are: pressure (in dbar), in-situ temperature (in °C), practical salinity, dis [...]

Quasi-seasonal and quasi-monthly variations of near-bottom temperature were observed using Current and Pressure-recording Inverted Echo Sounders (CPIES) deployed on the slope between the Canada basin and the Chukchi shelf from August 2018 to July 2020.They were equipped with a 4930R ZPulse Doppler current sensor positioned approximately 51 m above the seafloor, which measured near-bottom current and temperature. Among the variables CPIES measured [...]

Tosetto Everton, Lett Christophe, Bertrand Arnaud

We used the Lagrangiandispersal modelling tool Ichthyop (Lett et al. 2008) to track particles representing numerical larvae passively transported by current velocity fields in the Tropical Southwestern Atlantic. In the simulations, particles were classifyed according to biological traits (planktonic life duration - PLD and diel vertical migration behaviour - DVM) and spawning habitat. Simulations were run monthly from January 2009 to December 201 [...]

Vincent Cecile, Lecarpentier Thomas

Tracking data of 7 grey seals were obtained from the deployment of Fastloc GPS/GSM tags developed by the Sea Mammal Research Unit (UK). Full tag description is available at: http://www.smru.st-andrews.ac.uk/Instrumentation/GPSPhoneTag/. The tags include a wet-dry sensor from which haulout events are recorded, a pressure sensor providing detailed dive data, as well as a Fastloc GPS recording irregular locations when the seal is not underwater. Dat [...]