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1. Georges Bank moored array, ST2, instrumented with CTD, temperature and current meter units, Feb - Aug 1995, GLOBEC [st2mooring_gb]
In support of a Georges Bank Stratification Study, an array of instruments (ST2) was deployed and moored at 40 57.35N 67 37.59W in 69 meters of water. The mooring ...


2. Dye releases were used to study cross-frontal exchange, Scanfish used to monitor dye dispersion, 1999, GLOBEC [dye_bh_GB]
Two cruises were undertaken in May and June 1999 in which dye patches were released to study cross-frontal exchange. On Oceanus Cruise 342, led by Bob Houghton of Lamont-Doherty ...


3. Georges Bank moored array, CREST, instrumented with a CTD, air temp. sensor, transmissometer, fluorometer, Oct. 94 - Sept 95, GLOBEC [crest_GB]
The Georges Bank moored instrument array (CREST) was moored at ~41.4077N, 67.5423W in ~43 meters of water. The mooring consisted of an air temperature sensor at 3m above the ...


4. Mare Cognitum - Nordic Seas Ecosystem [GLOBEC_012_NRWY_001]
Mare Cognitum 1993 - 2001 Mare Cognitum aimed to identify the major factors and mechanisms causing variability in the Nordic Seas ecosystem. Insight into the functioning ...


5. LIFECO: Distribution and abundance of plankton and fish relative to frontal processes [GLOBEC_091_LIFECO_005]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak - importance to fish stock recruitment. The purpose of ...


6. LIFECO: Predatory interaction between fish species and top-down control of zooplankton relative to frontal processes [GLOBEC_093_LIFECO_007]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal Activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak - importance to fish stock recruitment. The unique physical ...


7. LIFECO Database [GLOBEC_094_LIFECO_008]   PARENT DIF
This database has been created to collect and distribute both historic and newly developed datasets for utilization in other work packages of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity ...


8. LIFECO: Advancement of Hydrodynamic Models: Resolution of frontal variability and key forcing processes [GLOBEC_088_LIFECO_002]   PARENT DIF
This project is Work Package 1 of the EU funded LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak - Importance to fish stock recruitment. ...


9. LIFECO: Coupled Bio-Physical Modelling: Simulation of lower trophic level dynamics [GLOBEC_089_LIFECO_003]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking Hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak: Importance to fish stock recruitment. The key to resolving ...


10. LIFECO: Effects of Frontal Processes in the plankton: resource controls and trophic interactions [GLOBEC_092_LIFECO_006]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programmme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics is the North Sea and Skagerrak - Importance to fish stock recruitment This package ...


11. LIFECO: GIS and Spatial Data analysis [GLOBEC_095_LIFECO_009]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity with the ECOsystem dynamics of the North Sea and Skagerrak - importance to Fish stock recruitment The success ...


12. LIFECO: Remote Sensing of Frontal Regimes [GLOBEC_090_LIFECO_004]   PARENT DIF
This work package is part of the LIFECO programme: LInking Hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North sea and Skagerrak - Importance to Fish Stock recruitment The remote sensing ...


13. EYSEC: Ecosystem Dynamics and Sustainable Utilization of Marine Living Resources in the East China Sea and Yellow Sea [GLOBEC_022_CH_002]
EYSEC: Ecosystem Dynamics and Sustainable Utilization of Marine Living Resources in the East China Sea and Yellow Sea This programme is part of CHINA-GLOBEC. The aims of EYSEC are to: 1) ...


14. FOREVAR - Mesoscale environmental forcing and variability of pelagic populations in the Bay of Biscay [GLOBEC_036_FRA_001]
FOREVAR - FORcage Environnemental a meso-echelle et VARiabilite des populations pelagiques dans le golfe de Gascogne (Mesoscale environmental forcing and variability of pelagic populations in the ...


15. Determination of the impact of coastal wind variability and associated pressure gradients in the Humboldt Current System off Chile. [GLOBEC_048_CHILE_012]   PARENT DIF
Determination of the impact of coastal wind variability and associated pressure gradients (mid-latitude frontal disturbances, coastal lows and other atmospheric waves) on the temporal and spatial ...


16. Drifting Buoys in the Benguela Current Region, 1999 - 2002 [NatMIRC_20020325_16047]
The aim of this study is to describe and quantify surface circulation in the Benguela ecosystem in relation to: 1) the transport and retention of, not only pelagic egg and larvae, but also to that ...


17. The Role of non-phytoplankton food for zooplankton in the North Sea [GLOBEC_086_NETH_002]
The relationship between phyto- and zooplankton in the North Sea is characterized by an apparent mismatch in abundance. During the phytoplankton spring bloom, zooplankton abundance is low, however ...


18. LIFECO: LInking hydrographic Frontal activity to ECOsystem dynamics in the North Sea and Skagerrak: Importance to Fish Stock recruitment [GLOBEC_071_LIFECO_001]   CHILD DIFs
LIFECO takes a holistic approach to the understanding of a key element of the North Sea ecosystem: resolving the importance of frontal regions, a key organising processing the marine environment, ...


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