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1. East Coast North America Strategic Assessment Groundfish Atlas - ECNASAP (OBIS Canada) [obis.groundfish_atlas]   PARENT DIF
Fishery-independent groundfish data for the east coast of North America from Cape Hatteras to the US/Canadian border and for Bay of Fundy through the Scotian Shelf. Time period is 1970-95. Efforts ...


2. NEFSC 1995 AJ9501 (Part I) [seamap56]   PARENT DIF
The ship survey was performed from 22 July 1991 to 30 August 1991 to estimate the abundance and spatial distribution of harbor porpoises. The study area, covering approximately 13,300 nm , was from ...


3. NEFSC Survey 1997 [seamap58]   PARENT DIF
The Ocean Biogeographic Information System - Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertabrate Populations (OBIS-SEAMAP) is a spatially referenced database of data related to marine mammals, birds and ...


4. Duke North Atlantic Harbor Porpoise Tracking [seamap83]   PARENT DIF
These data were obtained from harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) equipped with satellite-linked transmitters in the Gulf of Maine. All porpoises were obtained from herring weirs on the island of ...


5. Harbor Porpoise Survey 1991 (AJ91-02) [seamap288]   PARENT DIF
The ship survey was performed from 22 July 1991 to 30 August 1991 to estimate the abundance and spatial distribution of harbor porpoises. The study area, covering approximately 13,300 nm , was from ...


6. Harbor Porpoise Survey 1992 (AJ92-01) [seamap302]   PARENT DIF
The ship survey was performed from 29 July 1992 to 06 September 1992, starting and ending in Woods Hole, MA. The study area, covering approximately 13,300 nmi2, was from Portland, ME to St. John, ...


7. NEFSC aj9902 [seamap300]   PARENT DIF
The survey was conducted on the R/V ABEL-J from 28 July to 31 August 1999. It started and returned in Woods Hole, MA. The southern border of the study area was Muscungus Bay, Maine, the northern border ...


8. Summer Marine Mammal Survey 1995 (AJ-95-01 Part II) [seamap290]   PARENT DIF
The ship survey was conducted from 06 August 1995 to 05 September 1995, beginning and ending in Woods Hole, MA. The study area covered approximately 12,600 nmi2 , and included the area bounded by ...


9. Marine Invertebrate Diversity Initiative - MIDI (OBIS Canada) [obis.midi]   PARENT DIF
The goal of Marine Invertebrate Diversity Initiative (MIDI) is to provide information about marine invertebrates (animals without backbones). We hope to engage scientists, educators and students, ...


10. NEFSC Survey 1991 [seamap111]   PARENT DIF
Two ship surveys were performed simultaneously. The primary survey, using the 106 foot RV/ Abel-J, was from 22 July 1991 to 30 August 1991, starting and ending in Woods Hole, MA. The study area, covering ...


11. Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History - Marine Birds, Mammals, and Fishes (OBIS Canada) [obis.nsmnh]   PARENT DIF
This is the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History database for marine organisms, including birds, mammals, and fishes. It contains mostly Nova Scotia material but there is also representation from ...


12. Atlantic Reference Centre Museum of Canadian Atlantic Organisms - Invertebrates and Fishes Data (OBIS Canada) [OBIS.ARC]   PARENT DIF
This is the OBIS version of the Atlantic Reference Centre museum database for Canadian Atlantic marine organisms. Specimens represent invertebrates from sponges to tunicates, and fishes. The ichthyoplankton ...


13. Bay of Fundy Species Information System (OBIS Canada) [obis.bofetf]   PARENT DIF
The Bay of Fundy Species Information System provides taxonomic, biological and ecological information on diatoms, dinoflagellates, marine algae, most invertebrate groups, fishes, shore birds, ...


14. HANPP Collection: Human Appropriation of Net Primary Productivity (HANPP) by Country and Product [CIESIN_SEDAC_HANPP_CPROD]
The Human Appropriation of Net Primary Productivity (HANPP) by Country and Product portion of the HANPP Collection contains tabular data on carbon-equivalents of consumption by country and by type ...


15. Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections: Complete Collection, Version 1.1 [CIESIN_SEDAC_CESIC_COMPLETE_V11]
The Compendium of Environmental Sustainability Indicator Collections contains 426 indicators for 239 countries from five major environmental sustainability indicator efforts: the 2006 Environmental ...


16. New Brunswick Dept. of the Environment and Local Government - Aquaculture Approvals Program [gomc_45]
The Program provides a yearly assessment of the benthic sediment conditions directly below marine finfish aquaculture facilities in New Brunswick. The program was implemented in 2002 and will continue ...


17. Paleontological Report Database, Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) [Paleontological_Report_Database_Geological_Survey_of_Canada_GSC]
Paleontological determinations of the age and depositional environment of sedimentary rocks is critical information for geological mapping and basin analysis. As of 2009, this database comprises metadata ...


18. Atlantic Reference Centre Museum of Canadian Atlantic Organisms - Invertebrates and Fishes Data [Canada_ARC_InvertebratesFishes]   CHILD DIFs
This is the Atlantic Reference Centre museum database for Canadian Atlantic marine organisms. Specimens represent invertebrates from sponges to tunicates, ...


19. Bay of Fundy Species Information System [Canada_ARC_BoFSpeciesInfoSystem]   CHILD DIFs
The Bay of Fundy Species Information System provides taxonomic, biological and ecological information on diatoms, dinoflagellates, marine algae, most invertebrate groups, fishes, ...


20. ACAP Saint John's Community Environmental Monitoring Program (CEMP) [gomc_323]
Parameters measured included: ammonia nitrogen, orthophosphate, dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, salinity, faecal coliform.


21. 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 ...


22. Petitcodiac River Keepers [gomc_348]
The Petitcodiac River, which flows into Shepody Bay, drains a 3,000 km2 watershed area situated at the far reaches of the Inner Bay of Fundy. It is the source of life of the most important ecosystem ...


23. Wild Species: A General Status of Species in Canada [WS_173]
The intent of the Wild Species series is to answer the following fundamental questions about wild species in Canada: which species occur in Canada, in which provinces, territories or ocean regions ...


24. 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 ...


25. Phytoplankton Monitoring [gomc_46]
The Government of Canada administers the Canadian Shellfish Sanitation Program (CSSP) to protect public health by routinely monitoring water quality in shellfish harvesting areas and toxin levels ...


26. 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, ...


27. Air Quality Monitoring In New Brunswick [gomc_40]
We know that air pollution can have an effect on the health of our environment and on human health. People who have respiratory difficulties are particularly sensitive to poor air quality. Children ...


28. Water Quality of Madawaska River, Canada [gomc_49]
SARMLT aims to produce a Water Master Plan which will make it possible to act effectively, in a concerted and coordinated manner, on the Quebec part of the drainage basin. This project will enable ...


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. Cumulative Effects Assessment of Marine Fish in Saint John Harbour [gomc_351]
The Saint John River is being used to develop a model for cumulative effects assessment that defines assimilative capacity as the ability of the ecosystem to receive additional (or existing) wastes ...


31. Cemar Routine Monitoring of Macroalgal and Phytoplankton Diversity [gomc_17]
We have identified three locations with an exposed and a sheltered site each. To monitor each site we have devised a system of transect based stratified sampling (based on the natural zonation of ...


32. Toxic Chemicals in Canadian Seabirds [gomc_39]
The Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) mandate includes, in addition to wildlife legislation, the laws and programs of Canada governing the use and release of toxic chemicals which may harm wildlife ...


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