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1. U.S. Navy Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC)'s Ocean QC SSM/I DMSP sea ice concentration retrievals [FNMOC_SSMI]
Sea ice concentration observational data from the FNMOC Ocean QC (Quality Control) process are posted in near real-time to the USGODAE server. These files contain all of the unclassified ...


2. Gulf of Maine Council Ecosystem Indicator Partnership (ESIP) Monitoring Map [ESIP_MM]
The ESIP Monitoring Map provides information on known monitoring in the Gulf of Maine. Data sources are separated into 6 fields: aquatic habitats, contaminants, climate change, coastal development, ...


3. Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System (GOMOOS) Modelling Data Products [GOMOOS_MODEL_DATA]
impediment to effective prediction is lack of data. Thus, GoMOOS data could revolutionize ocean prediction in the Gulf of Maine. The GoMOOS ocean circulation model is a sophisticated computer program


4. Environmental Monitors on Lobster Traps [emolt]
This is a set of bottom-temperature time series from dozens of moorings in the Gulf of Maine and Southern New England Shelf. Most are hourly records from active lobster traps with multiple years of ...


5. Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System (GoMOOS) moored buoy program for oceanographic and meteorlogical observations [GoMOOS_buoys]
The Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System (GoMOOS) moored buoy program... optical properties. GoMOOS buoy data is made available on an hourly basis


6. Recreational Fisheries Statistics Survey [NMFS0008]
Survey of recreational fishing activities along the coastal areas of the continental U.S. plus Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii, Guam, American Somoa, and Northern Mariana Islands. Alaska ...


7. Great Bay Coastal Buoy Gulf of Maine; New Hampshire [WEBCOAST_COOA_Great_Bay_Buoy]
The Great Bay Coastal Buoy is located at 43.0853 degrees N and 70.8639 degrees W, near Portsmouth, NH. The buoy records a suite of measurements and these observations are updated regularly and compared ...


8. Lobster Catch Study; Coastal New Hampshire and Estuary Habitat [WEBCOAST_COOA_LOBSTER]
These lobster catch data were collected as part of research projects of Dr. Winsor Watson and his students in the Zoology Department at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH., USA. Data were ...


9. Open Ocean Aquaculture Gulf of Maine; Buoy data, Isle of Shoals, New Hampshire [WEBCOAST_COOA_Ocean_Aquaculture]
Data are collected every 15 min from instruments deployed at 3 depths on a single buoy: Buoy location: 42? 56.724 N, 70? 37.715 W, 1.8 km south of the Isle of Shoals, off Portsmouth, NH, USA. On ...


10. Gulf of Maine Cruise Data - pCO2 Carbon Dioxide [COOA_pCO2]   PARENT DIF
The UNH Coastal Ocean Observing Center's Coastal Carbon Group is an interdisciplinary research team within UNH-EOS engaged in efforts to observe and model how the Earth's pool of carbon moves between ...


11. PULSE of the Gulf of Maine; Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data [WEBCOAST_COOA_PULSE_Eco_Monitor]
PULSE, the Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data, collects weekly samples of the state of the pelagic ecosystem in the Gulf of Maine at two fixed sites: GoMOOS Buoy


12. MODIS Aggregate for the Gulf of Maine; MODIS Ocean Products SST and Chlorophyll-a 8-Day L2 Global 1.25 km Lambert Grid, DOY: 305, 2000 to present [WEBCOAST_US_MOD_SST-CHL]
This dataset represents spatial aggregates of a variable number of granules of the MODIS Ocean standard level 2 products that cover the Gulf of Maine. Each product is an 8-day composite, which was ...


13. Gulf of Maine Coastal Ocean Observing Center Cruise Data - Zooplankton [COOA_Zooplankton]   PARENT DIF
north along the coast beginning at GoMOOS Buoy B and ending in the Kennebec-Androscoggin Estuary. MOCNESS, ring net, and bongo net samples are collected at GoMOOS Buoys B and C. The Wilkinson


14. Gulf of Maine Cruise Data - Transects, Special Samplings [WEBCOAST_COOA_Cruise_Data]   CHILD DIFs
north along the coast beginning at GoMOOS Buoy B and ending in the Kennebec-Androscoggin Estuary.


15. REACH Gulf of Maine; Regional Ecology and Coastal Hydrography Data in the Western Gulf of Maine [WEBCOAST_COOA_REACH]
REACH conducted monthly field investigations on the R/V Gulf Challenger to sample four stations along a cross-shelf transect off Portsmouth, NH in the Western Gulf of Maine. As of 2004, REACH cruises ...


16. Birds Oiled at Sea [gomc_327]
Oil released at sea, whether from chronic operational discharges or accidental spills, can directly kill any seabird that it touches on the sea surface. This oiling causes severe distress ...


17. Coastal Program [gomc_66]
through the program to 22 high-priority coastal ecosystems. The program is guided by 4 goals: -Serve


18. Eastern Charlotte Waterways Coastal and Inland Waters Monitoring Programs [gomc_326]
Programs include: Adopt-a-Shoreline; Community Lake Education Monitoring Program, Cooperative Bacterial Research Program, Softshell Clam Enhancement, Rural Rivers Reclamation, Salt Marsh Restoration, ...


19. Maine Atmospheric Deposition Monitoring Program [gomc_93]   PARENT DIF
Maine's Air program was created in response to Federal requirements under 110 of the Clean Air Act (1970). Following the establishment of National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for certain ...


20. Marine Recreational Fishing Statistical Surveys [gomc_200]
The New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game participates in the Atlantic States Marine Fishteries Commission (ASMFC) managed species monitoring program by keeping track of ...


21. Seabird Monitoring Program [gomc_37]
The Grand Manan Whale and Seabird Research Station (GMWSRS) is a non-profit research facility located on the east coast of Canada on Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy. Waterbody or Watershed ...


22. Enhanced Ambient Rivers Monitoring Program (E-ARMP) [gomc_186]   PARENT DIF
The Department of Environmental Services received funding from the New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) to conduct monitoring activities. The main goal of this program is to determine


23. 2001 Long Island Sound Study Ambient Water Quality and Monitoring Program [gomc_219]
The Interstate Environmental Commission is a joint agency of the States of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The IEC was established in 1936 under a Compact between New York and New Jersey and ...


24. Small Mammal Monitoring at Cape Cod National Seashore [gomc_174]
Small mammal monitoring at Cape Cod National Seashore began in 2000. Small mammals are an important component of the park's fauna. In addition to their direct contribution to species richness, they ...


25. Buzzards Bay Tern Restoration Project [gomc_160]
Phase 1 - Monitor common and endangered roseate tern colonies at Bird and Ram Island; reclaim a nesting site at Penikese Island, rebuild nesting habitats at Bird (and possibly Ram) Island, ...


26. Coastal Shad and River Herring Restoration Program [gomc_182]   CHILD DIFs
Anadromous Fish Investigations (F-61R Reporting) BIOTA/Fish: counts, sex, size/age, distribution Sponsor: New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Additional Information OR Comments: Contact ...


27. SALT MARSH RESTORATION LONG -TERM MONITORING [gomc_143]
The Wells NERR research department studies and monitors change in Gulf of Maine estuaries, coastal habitats, and adjacent coastal watersheds, and produces science-based information needed ...


28. North Shore Volunteer River Herring Counts [gomc_170]
An expanding program of NGO-sponsored and citizen-based monitoring programs has collected data on the spring upstream spawning runs of river herring in the Great Marsh and the North Coastal Watershed, ...


29. Sentinel Species Monitoring Saint John Harbour Estuary [gomc_354]
The overall objective is to develop sensitive environmental monitoring programs that identify important impacts, the mechanisms of impact, and the stressors responsible for the impacts. The long ...


30. Massachusetts Shellfish Sanitation Program [gomc_169]
Shellfisheries management is accomplished by direct Division of Marine Fisheries (MarineFisheries) regulation of the commercial surf clam, ocean quahog and quahog dredge boat fisheries, harvest of ...


31. St. Croix Estuary Program [gomc_44]
SCEP's early work focused on surveying the resources of the estuary area, monitoring water quality, and identifying environmental and social issues. This effort culminated in the development ...


32. Lobster Stock Assessment [gomc_357]
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission was formed by the 15 Atlantic coast states in 1942 in recognition that fish do not adhere to political boundaries. The Commission serves as a deliberative ...


33. Amphibians and Reptiles at Cape Cod National Seashore [gomc_157]
While we have good information on the occurrence of amphibians and reptiles in the National Seashore, there is much we do not know about their distribution, abundance, and population trends. Given ...


34. Canadian Atlantic Quota Report [gomc_11]
Data on internet for 2005 is preliminary. 2006 will be updated quarterly. Waterbody or Watershed Names: Atlantic Canada


35. New Hampshire Estuaries Project [gomc_215]   CHILD DIFs
The New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) compiles data from many coastal and estuarine monitoring programs to assess the status and trends of environmental indicators in the Great Bay and Hampton/Seabrook ...


36. Wetland Ecology and Assessment Program [gomc_175]
Coastal salt marsh wetlands are unique, valuable, and highly productive ecosystems that provide vital habitat and refuge for fish, shellfish, and wildlife and perform important physical and chemical ...


37. Toxic "Red Tide" Populations in the Western Gulf of Maine: Sources, Transport, and Nutrient Environment [gomc_365]
This project was able to document the distribution and abundance of toxic Alexandrium cells in a major hydrographic system at a level of detail never before possible. The Alexandrium bloom dynamics ...


38. Water Survey of Canada [gomc_32]
As pressures on our water increase, the need for reliable hydrologic data and information becomes more urgent. The data collected by Environment Canada and its partners make it possible to manage ...


39. Ecosystem Monitoring Program (EcoMon) [gomc_77]
The objectives of the investigation are 1) to monitor the fishery-relevant components of the Northeast Shelf ecosystem, to characterize the baseline conditions and their variability, and to index ...


40. Maine Shellfish Sanitation Program [gomc_125]
The Maine Dept. of Marine Resources was established to conserve and develop marine and estuarine resources; to conduct and sponsor scientific research; to promote and develop the Maine coastal fishing ...


41. Junvenile Lobster Surveys [gomc_194]
American lobster, Homarus americanus, are one of the most valuable commercial fisheries along the Atlantic coast. The last ten years have seen increases in lobster landings, rising from 62 million ...


42. Restoration and Establishment of Sea Run Fisheries [gomc_240]
Monitoring results are reported each year in Federal Aid Sportfish Restoration performance reports. To restore or create self-sustaining runs of American shad and river herring to selected river ...


43. Atlantic Canada Shellfish Water Quality Protection Program [gomc_16]
Monitoring data and results are published in departmental reports. This program is designed to protect consumers of shellfish from health hazards associated with bacterial contamination ...


44. Maine Coastal Swim Beach Monitoring Program [gomc_122]
The Maine Beaches program was established to ensure that Maine's fresh and salt-water beaches remain safe and clean. The program brings together dozens of coastal and inland beach communities, performing ...


45. Toxic Contaminant Levels in Fog [gomc_340]
Toxic chemicals in the atmosphere are a concern because of the potential impacts these chemicals can have on human health and ecosystem integrity. The atmosphere has the ability to transport ...


46. Water Quality Monitoring Program: Great Bay Coast Watch [gomc_216]
The Great Bay Coast Watch monitors twenty-one sites in the Great Bay Estuary system once a month from April to November at low and high tide collecting important water quality data. Volunteers ...


47. Disposal Area Monitoring System (DAMOS) [gomc_70]
To date, extensive monitoring has demonstrated that effects of dredged material disposal are generally only short-term. When monitoring data suggest unacceptable contamination, management actions ...


48. Marine Weather Data [gomc_26]   CHILD DIFs
The Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC) is Canada's source for meteorological information. The Service monitors water quantities, provides information and conducts research on climate, atmospheric ...


49. EPA Region 1 301(H) Monitoring Program [gomc_165]
The Federal Clean Water Act requires that all municipal wastewater treatment plants use primary treatment (using gravity to separate solids from liquids) and secondary treatment (using special strains ...


50. Tides, Currents, and Water Levels Data [gomc_38]   PARENT DIF
The Tides, Currents, and Water Levels Web Site provides predicted times and heights of high and low waters, and the hourly water levels for over seven hundred stations in Canada. The printed version ...


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