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    Phytoplankton monitoring in the South Adriatic (Adricosm-STAR project), 2008-2009. Discrete water samples are taken at multiple depth layers. The samples were fixed with Ca(HCO3)2-buffered formaldehyde (0.8% final concentration) and cell abundance and species composition of phytoplankton were estimated according to Utermöhl’s method (1958), using an inverted microscope equipped with phase contrast, at 200-320-400x final magnifications.

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    Microphytobenthos monitoring in the Trieste harbour, North Adriatic Sea (Port Authority), March 2015.

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    The AMORE project contributes to the implementation of an integrated land-coastal zone research methodology to assess and predict the eutrophication level of the coastal North Sea and the associated undesirable effects. The ultimate aim is to reduce the current context of uncertainty in which decisions to counteract the eutrophication of the NS and protect its natural resources are made. Process-level field and laboratory-scale experiments were conducted to improve the basic knowledge on mechanisms through which a change in nutrients (in terms of N:P:Si NO3:NH4 inorganic:organic N ratios) induced modification in the phytoplanktonic community structure and hence the functioning of the whole planktonic food-web. For this the MUMM station 330_a has been monitored for a period of three years.

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    This dataset contains a list of species of the Codiales sampled at the coasts of Kenya, Zanzibar and the Seychelles between 1985 and 1993. Sampling was done by walking, snorkeling or SCUBA diving. The data were digitized by VLIZ from the original report: Van den heede, C (1994). De Codiales (Chlorophyta) van Kenya, Zanzibar en de Seychellen. The codiales (Chlorophyta) of Kenya, Zanzibar and the Seychelles.. MSc Thesis. Rijksuniversiteit Gent. Faculteit Wetenschappen: Gent. 160, 74 platen pp.

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    The dataset provides a quantitative list of the benthic macrofauna taxa, identified to species level, which was collected from soft sediments in the Prof. Luiz Saldanha Marine Park (Arrábida, SW Portugal) between 2007 and 2009, at depths ranging from 10 to 100 m, aiming at describing community structure and distribution as well as classifying and mapping benthic habitats according to the EUNIS system.

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    Counts of fixed <i>Ostrea edulis</i> and <i>Crepidula fornicata</i> species on 4 zones of a tile from an oyster collector in relationship to light intensity. The data were digitized by VLIZ from the original report: Bracke, E.; Polk, P. (1969). Contribution à la connaissance de la faune marine de la côte belge: 6. L'influence de la lumière sur la fixation d'Ostrea edulis (L) et de Crepidula fornicata (L) sur les collecteurs d'huîtres.

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    Original provider: CRAM-UPV Dataset credits: Data provider Seguimiento de juveniles de Tortuga boba Originating data center <a href='http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/' target='_blank'>Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT)</a> Project partner Universitat Politècnica de València Project sponsor or sponsor description Financiación Fundación Banco Santander, Fundación CRAM, Universitat Politècnica de València Supplemental information: <a href='http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/index.shtml?project_id=1233' target='_new'>Visit STAT's project page</a> for additional information. This dataset is a summarized representation of the telemetry locations aggregated per species per 1-degree cell.

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    The global objective of this project is to deliver a substantial contribution to the knowledge of the long term variability in the biodiversity of the macrobenthos and the relationship with anthropogenic activities on the Belgian Continental Shelf.

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    Tracking of Arctic terns <i>Sterna paradisaea</i> reveals longest animal migration.

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    These data were collected as part of a large study, aiming to compare the structure of the nematode communities at two comparable sublittoral sites, located in the Southern Baltic and the south-eastern part of the North Sea.