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1. Chesapeake Bay Program Watershed Model Scenario Output Database [CBP_WSM43]
The Watershed model is an application of HSPF (Hydrologic Simulation Program - Fortran ) run on a unix workstation. The model divides the 64,000 square mile Chesapeake Bay drainage basin into 87 model ...


2. Summary Report of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009 [ELOKA028]
The Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) is comprised of a set of coastal communities representing six indigenous cultures: three in the Russian Federation and three in the United States. The objective of ...


3. Survey Data of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009 [ELOKA029]
The Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) is comprised of a set of coastal communities representing six indigenous cultures: three in the Russian Federation and three in the United States. The objective of ...


4. Arsenic in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2240]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Arsenic concentrations


5. Fluoride in Groundwater - Probability of Occurrence [geodata_2241]
Global assessment of the probability of occurrence of excessive Fluoride concentrations


6. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment and recolonisation of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE1]
The effect of location, depth and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a pilot experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Two locations were used, ...


7. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna (Mar 1998 - Feb 1999). [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE2]
The effect of location and sediment contamination on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Four locations were used, a polluted ...


8. A manipulative field experiment examining the effect of heavy metal and hydrocarbon contaminated sediment on the recruitment of soft-sediment infauna. [ASAC_2201_Casey_SRE3]
The effects of hyrdocarbon and heavy metal contamination of marine sediments on recruitment of soft-sediment assemblages were examined in a field experiment at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Three ...


9. A manipulative field experiment examining the recruitment of mobile epifauna to hard-substratum at potentially impacted and control locations. [ASAC_2201_Casey_tiles_1_mobile]
The recruitment of mobile epifauna on hard-substratum was examined in a field experiment using tiles. A total of 160 tiles were deployed at five locations, with 32 tiles at each location, arranged ...


10. A manipulative field experiment examining the recruitment of sessile epifauna to hard-substratum at potentially impacted and control locations. [ASAC_2201_Casey_tiles_1_sessile]
The recruitment of epifauna (sessile and mobile) on hard-substratum was examined in a field experiment using tiles. A total of 160 tiles were deployed at five locations, with 32 tiles at each location, ...


11. An environmental record of lead isotopes over four centuries at Law Dome, Antarctica [ASAC_1092]
Antarctic ice provides an archive of Earths atmospheric composition over time. It therefore records evidence of human impact on the atmosphere. Lead is a toxic element, whose isotopic fingerprint ...


12. Contaminated Sites Database [DB_Contaminated_Sites]
This database has been developed to provide data for state of the environment reporting and as an aid for the management of contaminated sites in Antarctica. It contains known suspected and known ...


13. Developing water and sediment quality guidelines for Antarctica: Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants. [ASAC_2933]   CHILD DIFs
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. See the child records for access to the datasets. Public While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, ...


14. Estimated environmental impact and ecological risk posed by contaminated sites in the Australian Antarctic Territory and Australian sub-Antarctic islands [SOE_contaminated_sites_impact]
INDICATOR DEFINITION The environmental impacts and risk of contaminated sites in the Australian Antarctic Territory and Australian sub-Antarctic Islands. TYPE OF INDICATOR There are three types of ...


15. Lead isotopes in snow and ice as an indicator of past changes to the Antarctic environment [ASAC_966]
From the abstracts of the referenced papers: Techniques for Pb measurements have reached the stage where Antarctic ice with sub-picogram per gram concentrations can be reliably analysed for isotopic ...


16. Management of contaminated sites in the Australian Antarctic Territory and Australian sub-Antarctic islands [SOE_contaminated_sites_manage]
INDICATOR DEFINITION The management response to contaminated sites in the Australian Antarctic Territory and Australian sub-Antarctic islands. TYPE OF INDICATOR There are three types of indicators ...


17. Photoquadrat survey of hard substratum assemblages around Casey Station: boulders and boulder fields. [ASAC_2201_Casey_photoquadrats2]
A survey of the epibenthic fauna of hard-substrata was made around Casey Station, using a camera mounted on a frame to take photoquadrats. A nested dsampling desing was used with several spatial scales. ...


18. Photoquadrat survey of hard substratum assemblages around Casey Station: flat and sloping rocky areas. [ASAC_2201_Casey_photoquadrats1]
A survey of the epibenthic fauna of hard-substrata was made around Casey Station, using a camera mounted on a frame to take photoquadrats. A nested dsampling desing was used with several spatial scales. ...


19. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Amphipod and Isopod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_Amphipod.Isopod_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


20. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Brown Ostracod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetalToxicityMarine_BrownOstracods_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


21. Responses of Antarctic marine biota to contaminants - Juvenile Gastropod toxicity tests, Kingston 2007 [AAS_2933_MetaToxicityMarine_JuvenileGastropods_Kingston2007]   PARENT DIF
Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2933. While it is generally thought that Antarctic organisms are highly sensitive to pollution, there is little data to support or disprove this. ...


22. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: (core samples: Nov 1998 - Jan 1999) [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey4]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken by divers using hand-held corers (core size - 10 cm diameter by 10 cm deep). This ...


23. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: Brown Bay Grid - samples taken along a pollution gradient. [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_BBG]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken along four transects in Brown Bay, along a pollution gradient that has its source ...


24. Soft sediment assemblages at Casey Station: Spatial variation and human impacts. (core samples: Oct-Dec 1997) [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey2]
A survey of macrobenthic assemblages in soft-sediments was done at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Samples were taken by divers using hand-held corers (core size - 10 cm diameter by 10 cm deep). The ...


25. Survey of soft sediment assemblages around Casey Station (Winter grab samples), June-Sept 1998 [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey3]
Marine soft-sediment assemblages were sampled from shallow (5 - 35m) nearshore regions around Casey Station, Windmill Islands, East Antarctica in winter 1998, using a van-Veen grab (surface area 20 ...


26. Survey of soft sediment assemblages around Casey Station (grab samples), Feb - Mar, 1997 [ASAC_2201_Casey_benthic_survey1]
Marine soft-sediment assemblages were sampled from shallow (5 - 35m) nearshore regions around Casey Station, Windmill Islands, East Antarctica in late summer (Feb-March) 1997, using a van-Veen grab ...


27. The number and nature of incidents resulting in environmental impact in the Australian Antarctic Territory [SOE_rare_events]
INDICATOR DEFINITION This indicator will show the frequency, location, and nature of incidents arising from any activity and which cause, or may have caused, environmental harm not anticipated or ...


28. Emissions of CH4 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_2001]
Emissions of CH4 without LULUCF: Total emissions and removals without emissions from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


29. Emissions of CH4 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_2004]
Emissions of CH4 with LULUCF: Total emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, grassland, wetlands, ...


30. Emissions of CO2 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1998]
Emissions of CO2 without LULUCF corresponds to total emissions and removals without activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


31. Emissions of CO2 - (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1995]
Emissions of CO2 with LULUCF corresponds to total emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, grassland, ...


32. Emissions of GHGs - from Agriculture (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1988]
Emission ghgs from agriculture correspond to all anthropogenic emissions from agriculture except for fuel combustion and sewage emissions.


33. Emissions of GHGs - from Industrial Processes (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1986]
Emissions of ghgs from industrial processes corresponds to emissions by-product or fugitive emissions of greenhouse gases from industrial processes. Emissions from fuel combustion in industry are ...


34. Emissions of GHGs - from Transport (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1993]
Emissions of ghgs from transport correspond to the emissions from the combustion and evaporation of fuel for all transport activity, regardless of the sector. Emissions from fuel sold to any air or ...


35. Emissions of GHGs - from Waste (National Reports, UNFCCC) [geodata_1982]
Emissions of ghgs from waste correspond to the total emissions from solid waste disposal on land, wastewater, waste incineration and any other waste management activity. Any CO2 emissions from fossil-based ...


36. Emissions of NO2 (National Reports, UNFCCC), Excluding Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1980]
Emissions of NO2, Without LULUCF correspond to total emissions of NO2 without emissions and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: ...


37. Emissions of NO2 (National Reports, UNFCCC), Including Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry [geodata_1977]
Emissions of NO2, With LULUCF correspond to total emissions of NO2 and removals from activities relating to land use, land-use change and forestry (from the following categories: forest land, cropland, ...


38. Concentrations of Particulate Matter less than 10 microns (PM10) [geodata_1930]
Particulate matter concentrations refer to fine suspended particulates less than 10 microns in diameter (PM10) that are capable of penetrating deep into the respiratory tract and causing significant ...


39. Emissions of Organic Water Pollutants (BOD) - Total [geodata_1458]
Emissions of organic water pollutants are measured by biochemical oxygen demand, which refers to the amount of oxygen that bacteria in water will consume in breaking down waste. This is a standard ...


40. Hazardous Waste - Production [geodata_1540]
Definitions used in these data refer to the waste streams to be controlled according to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal (seeAnnex ...


41. Emissions of Organic Water Pollutants (BOD) - per Worker [geodata_1459]
Emissions per worker are total emissions of organic water pollutants divided by the number of industrial workers. Organic water pollutants are measured by biochemical oxygen demand, which refers to ...


42. Emissions of CH4 - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1272]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


43. Emissions of CH4 - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1271]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


44. Emissions of CH4 - from Animal Breeding: Enteric Fermentation (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1274]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


45. Emissions of CH4 - from Animal Breeding: Enteric Fermentation (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1273]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


46. Emissions of CO - Total (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1213]
Emissions of CO (carbon monoxide) - Total (RIVM) include the following EDGAR subdivisions: "Fuel combustion", ?Biofuel combustion?, ?Fugitive?, ?Industry?, ?Solvent use?, "Agriculture", "Waste" and ...


47. Emissions of CO - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1280]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


48. Emissions of CO - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1279]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


49. Emissions of CO2 - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1261]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


50. Emissions of CO2 - from All Anthropogenic Sources (Model Estimations, RIVM-MNP) [geodata_1262]
A global emissions source database called EDGAR has been developed jointly by TNO and RIVM to meet the urgent need of atmospheric chemistry and climate modellers and the need of policy-makers. The ...


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