HMAP - History of Marine Animal Populations DatabaseEntry ID: OBIS_HMAP
Abstract: The HMAP database (http://www.hull.ac.uk/hmap) is an open access facility that currently comprises time series of commercial catches covering the period 1611-2000. It is a growing resource and extends more that 240,000 records and more than 100 species. Data are mostly recovered from archives, tax records, custom records or surveys. The facility includes a web guide to the database (the Data ... Directory) and a web library of dataset downloads (the Data Library), while users can create customized datasets through the HMAP Portal, which is an interactive facility for searching the database. A significant proportion of these holdings are currently available through OBIS. HMAP is a distributed data contributor and the constituent datasets have been mapped to the OBIS schema using DiGIR since 2004.
The HMAP program (http://www.hmapcoml.org) is the historical component of the Census of Marine Life (CoML). It is a multidisciplinary, collaborative project which aims to enhance knowledge and understanding of how and why the diversity, distribution and abundance of marine life in the world's oceans changes over the long term. The HMAP program is currently composed of 9 datasets, 3 of which focus on trawl records from Southeast Australia, one on world whaling, 2 on Northwest Atlantic, and 3 on catch data from Norwegian and North and Baltic seas.
Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: HMAP
Dataset Title: HMAP - History of Marine Animal Populations Database
Dataset Release Date: 2002
Dataset Release Place: Hull, United Kingdom
Dataset Publisher: M.G Barnard, N. Ascroft, J.H Nicholls (Comp.) HMAP Database
Data Presentation Form: databaseOnline Resource: http://www.hull.ac.uk/hmap/
Start Date: 1611-01-01Stop Date: 1999-12-31
AGRICULTURE > AGRICULTURAL AQUATIC SCIENCES > FISHERIES
OCEANS > AQUATIC SCIENCES > FISHERIES
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/VERTEBRATES > FISH > RAY-FINNED FISHES
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/VERTEBRATES > FISH > SHARKS/RAYS/CHIMAERAS
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/VERTEBRATES > FISH > LAMPREYS/HAGFISHES
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/VERTEBRATES > MAMMALS > CETACEANS > WHALES
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/VERTEBRATES > MAMMALS
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/INVERTEBRATES > ARTHROPODS > CRUSTACEANS > DECAPODS > LOBSTER
BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/INVERTEBRATES > MOLLUSKS > BIVALVES
BIOSPHERE > AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS > COASTAL HABITAT
Access Constraints None.
Use Constraints Acknowledge the use of specific records from contributing databases in the form appearing in the 'Citation' field thereof (if any); and acknowledge the use of the OBIS facility.
For information purposes, email to email@example.com the full citation of any publication made (printed or electronic) that cites OBIS or any constituent part.
Recognize the limitations of data in OBIS.
Distribution Media: HTTP
Distribution Format: OBIS Schema
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: marboe at ruc.dk
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Fax: +44 (0)1482 305115
Email: m.g.barnard at hull.ac.uk
Maritime Historical Studies Centre, Blaydes House, 6 High Street
Postal Code: HU1 1HA
Abundance indices for main commercial fish species caught by trawl from the south-eastern Australian continental shelf from 1918 to 1957 by Neil Klaer in Marine and Freshwater Research 55(6) 561-571. Klaer, N.L. 2001.
Steam trawl catches from south eastern Australia from 1918 to 1957: trends in catch rates and species composition. Marine and Freshwater Research Vol 52, ... 399-410.
Tull, M., Polacheck, T. and Klaer, N. 2001. The Potential for Historical Studies of Fisheries in Australia and New Zealand. In: Poul Holm, Tim D. Smith and David J. Starkey (eds.) The Exploited Seas - New Directions for Marine Environmental History. St. John's, Newfoundland.
Lajus, D., J. Lajus, Z. Dmitrieva, A. Kraikovski, D. A. Alexandrov. 2005. The use of historical catch data to trace the influence of climate on fish populations: examples from the White and Barents Sea fisheries in the 17th and 18th centuries In ICES Journal of Marine Science, The influence of climate change on North Atlantic fish stocks, Volume 62, Issue 7, October 2005, pp 1426-1435.
Kraikovski A., Dmitrieva Z., Lajus D., Lajus Ju. 2003. The natural riches of the region - the legends and the reality. The case of the salmon fisheries of the Russian North before the 19 c. In Dealing with Diversity. 2nd International Conference of the European Society for Environmental History. Prague 2003. Proceedings. Praha: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Dep. of Social Geography and Regional Development, pp. 91-94.
Lajus Ju., Alekseeva Ya., Davydov R., Dmitrieva Z., Kraikovski A., Lajus D., Lapin V., Mokievsky V., Yurchenko A. and Alexandrov D. 2001. Status and potential of historical and ecological studies of Russian fisheries in the White and Barents Seas: the case of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). In Poul Holm, Tim D. Smith and David J. Starkey (eds.), The Exploited Seas: New Directions for Marine Environmental History. St. John's, Newfoundland: International Maritime Economic History Association, 2001. Research in Maritime History No. 21, pp. 67-96.
MacKenzie et al. 2002. Baltic Sea Fisheries in Previous Centuries: Development of Catch data Series and Preliminary Interpredations of Causes of Fluctuations ICES C.M. 2002/L:02.
MacKenzie, Brian R., J. Alheit, D.J. Conley, P. Holm, C.C. Kinze, Ecological hypothesis for a historical reconstructin of upper trophic level biomass in the Baltic Sea and Skagerrak, Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 59:173-190, 2002.
Smith, T. D., J. Allen, P. J. Clapham, P. S. Hammond, S. Katona, F. Larsen, J. Lien, D. Mattila, P. J. Palsbøll, J. Sigurjónsson, P. T. Stevick, and N. Øien. 1999. An ocean-basin-wide mark-recapture study of the North Atlantic humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae). Mar. Mamm. Sci. 15: 1-32.
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-11-25
Last DIF Revision Date: 2014-03-10