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Conan Pascal, Vuillemin Renaud, Catania Arnaud, Bourrin François, Zudaire Laurent

COAST-HF (Coastal OceAn observing SysTem - High Frequency) is a national observation service belonging to the ILICO Research Infrastructure. This network, accredited by the CNRS, aims to federate and coordinate a set of fixed instrumented platforms for high-frequency in situ measurements of key coastal water parameters throughout the French coastline. The aim is to analyze and understand currents, hydrological structure, exchanges and the evoluti [...]

Soulié Tanguy, Vidussi Francesca, Parin David, Mas Sébastien, Mostajir Behzad

Climate change is projected to increase the frequency and intensity of marine heatwaves, potentially having drastic consequences on coastal environments. To assess how heatwaves of various intensities affect plankton communities in the Baltic Sea, an indoor mesocosm experiment was conducted with natural plankton communities sampled in the water column of the Gulf of Finland (N 59.91687, E 25.03022, max 82 m). Mesocosms were subjected to four diff [...]

This dataset contains an inventory of the benthic fauna of the Tunisian coasts by bottom trawling and dredging. The objectives are not known. We assume that this is an exploratory seabed trawling survey to assess the fishing possibilities in the region with this gear. We know that the inventory was written by Jacques Ancellin (director of the Boulogne-sur-Mer laboratory after the Second World War and he joined the OSTPM in 1942). Only species pre [...]

This dataset contains an inventory of the benthic fauna of the Gulf of Lion by bottom trawling. The objectives are not known. We assume that this is an exploratory seabed trawling survey to assess the fishing possibilities in the region with this type of gear. We know that the inventory was hand-written by Jacques Ancellin (director of the Boulogne-sur-Mer laboratory after the Second World War and he joined the OSTPM in 1942). Only species presen [...]

This software package and sample analyzed data is a first version of a suite of swell analysis from SWOT 250-m posting data (unsmoothed). The tools allow to select regions for spectral analysis, identify swell signature, remove the 180° ambiguity on the direction of propagation and subtract a noise level. More details can be found in : Fabrice Ardhuin, Beatriz Molero, Alejandro Bohé, Frédéric Nouguier, Fabrice Collard, Isabel Houghton, Phase-res [...]

We have developed a participative art-science-society approach (MIMI, Models IMaginaires Uncertainties) aiming at sharing representations of marine socio-ecosystems incorporating the notions of imagination and uncertainty. This data project is dedicated to the second workshop of the MIMI project (https://projet-mimi.fr/). This workshop aimed at illustrating how to choose a fishing regulation based on scenarios simulated by ISIS-Fish with uncertai [...]

Leitwein Maeva, Ernande Bruno, Vandeputte Marc, Clota Frederic, Allal Francois

Unveiling the implications of hybridization on fitness stands as a primary focus in the realms of ecology and evolution. Numerous investigations elucidate how evolutionary mechanisms regulate the intricate pattern of introgression across genomes, yet few have examined the consequential impact of genetic admixture on fitness attributes. Leveraging the Western Mediterranean population of the European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax), a population for [...]

Bosse Anthony, Bretel Patrice, Le Goff Hervé, Testor Pierre

This data set contains quality controlled ship and lowered ADCP (Accoustic Doppler Current Profiler).

Conan Pascal, Maria Eric, Labatut Paul, Zudaire Laurent, Pujo-Pay Mireilleexpand

Medium and long-term observation of the evolution of the marine environment through the acquisition and study of "long-term series" is clearly recognized as a necessity for understanding how ecosystems react to both natural and anthropogenic environmental constraints. This is obviously the case for coastal areas (lagoons, bays, estuaries, etc.), which are particularly vulnerable due to the increasing pressure of human activities in these areas wh [...]

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 [...]