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    Dataset includes phytoplankton data collected during cruise 37 (second joint Soviet-American expedition) of R/V Akademik Korolev (July 1984) in the Bering Sea.

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    Within the frame work, organized by the National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Alexandria, Egypt, 15 quantitative samples were collected and analysed for Polychaetes using a Van Veen grab on the soft bottom, at depths ranging from 12m to 106 m. Samples were taken over two seasons (spring and summer, 2008) during two trips to the Northeastern coast of the Egyptian Mediterranean waters at El Tina Bay, Balteem, Abokhashaba and Gamasa.

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    The dataset was collected in July 1996 for habitat mapping of they Bay of Puck

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    The ADRIA-Watch project is a scientific observatory for large marine vertebrates of the Northern Adriatic Sea. Data are collected and pooled together into one single database, working towards a better understanding and dealing of the problems affecting the large inhabitants of the area and to promote public awareness. ADRIA-Watch collects data on sightings and strandings of Cetaceans (dolphins and whales), marine turtles and sharks along our coasts. ADRIA-Watch also contributes to a sharing of knowledge: web site, public conferences, scientific seminars, didactic material and educational projects. In the framework of this project 5 satellite-tracked loggerhead turtles will be released in 2006, from five different sites in the northern Adriatic sea, from both Eastern (Slovenian and Croatian) and Western (Italian) shores.

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    The aim of this project is to investigate the movements performed by loggerhead turtles in the Adriatic sea. The Adriatic sea is home to a quite large number of turtles, especially loggerheads, representing one of the best feeding areas within the Mediterranean Sea. Both juveniles and adult loggerheads frequent this area, and are thought to perform seasonal migrations, especially in response to changes in environmental parameters (especially temperature).

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    Mollusk data of Molltax, Norway

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    This dataset holds the observations recorded during the GEO Biodiversity Day "Tauchen und Meer".

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    A total of 379 records (more than 800 specimens) are available through GBIF. Those records represent 70 percent of the Collection of the Oceanographic Center of Cadiz specimens and correspond to the Namibia, Maroc, Mauritania, Guinea, Senegal and Guinea Bissau surveys. The remaining unpublished records, i.e. 30 percent of the Collection, are specimens from Gulf of Cadiz and Mozambique.

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    RMNH_INVERTEBRATE_MARINE_EXPEDITIONS_SPECIMENS is an extract of several databases which were the result of NWO Groot "Building de database of Life" in 2005 and 2006 in which the handwritten registers were digitised.

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    The IMERS database was set up at the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) in response to the growing need of a general repository that could store the data resulting from sampling campaigns in a uniform way. The database has been designed for storing measurement data based on sampling of water, sediment, suspended matter and biota. The measurement data, the so-called readings, are stored together with a maximum of information on the actual sampling event that lay at the basis of the measurement.