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1. IABP Drifting Buoy Pressure, Temperature, Position, and Interpolated Ice Velocity [G00791]
The International Arctic Buoy Programme (IABP) maintains a network of drifting buoys to provide meteorological and oceanographic data for real-time operational requirements and research purposes including ...


2. IPAB Antarctic Drifting Buoy Data [NSIDC-0084]
The World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) International Programme for Antarctic Buoys (IPAB), through participating research organizations in various countries, maintains a network of drifting buoys ...


3. Solar Features - Solar Flares - SIDS [gov.noaa.ngdc.stp.solar.solar-features_solar-flares_sids]
A Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance (SID) is any of several radio propagation anomalies due to ionospheric changes resulting from solar or geophysical events.


4. Cape Verde (Cabo Verde) 2004 : Loggerhead Turtles [seamap367]   PARENT METADATA
The Cape Verde archipelago, 500km off the West Coast of Africa, hosts one of the worlds largest nesting colonies of the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta). Although marine turtles have been recorded ...


5. Casey Key Loggerheads - Southwest Florida [seamap336]   PARENT METADATA
The history of sea turtle research is shaped by researchers having convenient access to turtles while nesting on land. However, marine turtles face threats for the other 99% of their life cycle in ...


6. Cayman Islands 2003 - Green and Loggerhead Turtles [seamap349]   PARENT METADATA
When Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands in 1503, he named them "Las Tortugas" (the turtles). Ferdinand Columbus recounted that the islands were "?full of tortoises, as was all the ...


7. Cayman Islands 2004: Loggerhead and Green Turtles [seamap350]   PARENT METADATA
When Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands in 1503, he named them "Las Tortugas" (the turtles). Ferdinand Columbus recounted that the islands were "?full of tortoises, as was all the ...


8. Duke Marine Lab Albatross Tagging, 1997-1999 [seamap74]   PARENT METADATA
Four female and one male black-footed albatross (Phoebastria nigripes) were tracked using satellite telemetry during their post-breeding summer dispersal (July ? September, 1997?1999). The females ...


9. Duke North Atlantic Harbor Porpoise Tracking [seamap83]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


10. Duke North Atlantic Turtle Tracking [seamap316]   PARENT METADATA
We are attaching satellite transmitters to loggerheads, green and Kemp's ridley sea turtles to examine interaction between the turtles and commercial fisheries in North Carolina. Turtles are commonly ...


11. East Pacific Sea Turtle Tracking Project (1996-1997) [seamap105]   PARENT METADATA
The oceanic movements of a captive-raised adult loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) were monitored with satellite telemetry for 368 days from 10 August 1996 to 12 August 1997. During this time the ...


12. Islas Canarias (Proyecto Aegina): juvenile loggerheads [seamap347]   PARENT METADATA
Aegina is a cooperation project between Gobierno de Canarias (Spain) and Republic of Cabo Verde; the main goal of the project is to propose a management plan for the Protected Marine Areas important ...


13. Loggerhead Turtles: Bald Head Island 2003 [seamap368]   PARENT METADATA
This project aims to find out more about the at-sea behaviour of loggerhead sea turtles following nesting on the beaches of Bald Head Island, North Carolina. We deployed 4 satellite transmitters or ...


14. ME harbor and gray seals time series [seamap315]   PARENT METADATA
Seal populations in the Northwest Atlantic are thriving, yet few grant dollars go to seal projects in the Northeast region. According to many researchers and managers in the region, the healthy state ...


15. Migratory patterns of Yucatan Peninsula hawksbills [seamap364]   PARENT METADATA
The hawksbill population that nests in the Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico) is considered the largest in the Atlantic and one of the four largest in the world. However, from about 6,400 registered annual ...


16. NMFS-PIFSC Turtle Tracking [seamap320]   PARENT METADATA
Satellite telemetry from 26 loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and 10 olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea) sea turtles captured and released from pelagic longline fishing gear provided information on the ...


17. Pacific Sea Turtle Tracking - Aquarium of the Pacific [seamap375]   PARENT METADATA
Release of a Green Sea Turtle Subadult, found in our local waters in Long Beach, CA. CURRENTNESS REFERENCE: ground condition SPATIAL DATA ORGANIZATION INFORMATION Direct Spatial Reference: Vector ...


18. Pacific Turtle Tracks: Grupo Tortuguero [seamap317]   PARENT METADATA
The oceanic movements of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta), green turtles (Chelonia mydas), and a Pacific ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) were monitored with satellite telemetry between 1996 ...


19. Radio tracking of adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) foraging movements while at sea during the early breeding season [K121_1986_1988_NZ_1]
Adelie penguin foraging movements at sea were located and described during the early breeding season at the Cape Bird colony. Radio transmitters were attached to individual birds and 18 penguins were ...


20. Radio-tracking of adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) at sea during their first foraging trip following egg laying [K121_1985_1986_NZ_1]
The movements of adelie penguins at sea during their first foraging trip following egg laying was monitored by attaching radio transmitters to both males (7) and females (3). The location of the birds ...


21. Russian Barnacle Geese [seamap377]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


22. SMRU Grey Seal Tracking in the North Sea, 1991-1993 [seamap71]   PARENT METADATA
The movements of 14 grey seals Halichoerus grypus Fab. caught at the Farnes in north-east England (12) and Abertay in eastern Scotland (2) between August 1991 and July 1993 were investigated using ...


23. Solar Radio Observations from Space [SRO-01]
Many spacecraft were launched from 1962 thru 1973 to record solar and cosmic radio bursts. The spacecraft carried receivers for various frequency ranges, and collected data intermittently over those ...


24. USAKA Turtle Release Program [seamap341]   PARENT METADATA
The captive sea turtles on the United States Army Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA) Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Test Site (RTS) have been part of island life for almost as long as the test site has existed ...


25. University of Connecticut Real Time Observations of Long Island Sound [UCONN_Mysound]
The objectives of the EMPACT Project is to provide water quality monitoring data from Long Island Sound to a broad spectrum of users - enhancing the appreciation, knowledge and use of The Sound. ...


26. Vietnam Sea Turtle Tracking Project [seamap373]   PARENT METADATA
This project is part of a broad marine turtle research and conservation initiative in Vietnam undertaken by WWF Greater Mekong - Vietnam marine programme in partnership with IUCN Vietnam, TRAFFIC ...


27. Wake Forest University - Waved Albatross Tracking (2000, 2001) [seamap324]   PARENT METADATA
All birds studied via satellite tracking were nesting in the same part of the breeding colony at Punta Cevallos, on the eastern point of Isla Española (Galápagos archipelago). In 2000 and 2001, a ...


28. Wake Forest University Satellite Tracking - Tern Island Albatrosses 1998 [seamap313]   PARENT METADATA
Satellite telemetry was used to identify the foraging distributions of two congeneric species of albatrosses that nest in the tropics / subtropics. Breeding Black-footed albatross (Phoebastria nigripes) ...


29. Wake Forest University Satellite Tracking - Tern Island Albatrosses 1999 [seamap314]   PARENT METADATA
Satellite telemetry was used to identify the foraging distributions of two congeneric species of albatrosses that nest in the tropics / subtropics. Breeding Black-footed albatross (Phoebastria nigripes) ...


30. Wood Stork Tracking [seamap339]   PARENT METADATA
We are deploying satellite transmitters on Wood storks to examine their large-scale movements, breeding season foraging range and habitat use, breeding site tenacity over time, and habitat use during ...


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