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  • Data supplied by contracting parties to OSPAR (North East Atlantic), HELCOM (Baltic Sea), and Barcelona and ACCOBAMS (Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea). The data are collated nationally from registers of licenced events such as pile driving, controlled explosions from naval operations and other activities that release energy. This registry is specifically purposed with supporting OSPAR and HELCOM in providing information that will feed their regional assessments, and in reporting by its contracting parties to MSFD descriptor 11.1.1 (Low and mid frequency impulsive noise). HELCOM and OSPAR impulsive noise events registry is hosted and managed by ICES (http://ices.dk/marine-data/data-portals/Pages/underwater-noise.aspx), ACCOBAMS impulsive noise event registry is hosted @ http://accobams.noiseregister.org. EMODnet Physics is integrating and distributing the different sources (www.emodnet-physcs.eu)

  • For the Global - Arctic and Antarctic - Ocean. The OSI SAF delivers three global sea ice products in operational mode: sea ice concentration, sea ice edge, sea ice type (OSI-401 OSI-402 and OSI-403). These products are delivered daily at 10km resolution in a polar stereographic projection covering the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It is the Sea Ice operational nominal product for the Global Ocean. In addition, a sea ice drift product is delivered at 60km resolution in a polar stereographic projection covering the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The sea ice motion vectors have a time-span of 2 days. SEAICE_GLO_SEAICE_L4_NRT_OBSERVATIONS_011_001 - Developed by SIW-METNO-OSLO-NO for CMEMS - re-distributed by EMODnet Physics

  • Since 2004, several hundred thousands profiles of temperature and salinity have been collected by instrumented animals. The use of elephant seals has been particularly effective to sample the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific. These hydrographic data have been assembled in a quality-controlled database, the MEOP-CTD database. The marine mammal data were collected and made freely available by the International MEOP Consortium and the national programs that contribute to it. (http://www.meop.net). - Distributed by EMODnet Physics

  • Since 2004, several hundred thousands profiles of temperature and salinity have been collected by instrumented animals. The use of elephant seals has been particularly effective to sample the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific. These hydrographic data have been assembled in a quality-controlled database, the MEOP-CTD database. The marine mammal data were collected and made freely available by the International MEOP Consortium and the national programs that contribute to it. (http://www.meop.net). - Distributed by EMODnet Physics.

  • Temperature Climatology (1900-2013) - based on the SeaDataNet aggregated dataset - DIVA software v4.6.10 - mask: relative error threshold 0.5. Developed by SeaDataNet (https://www.seadatanet.org), distributed by EMODnet Physics (www.emodnet-physics.eu)

  • Salinity Climatology (1900-2013) - based on the SeaDataNet aggregated dataset - DIVA software v4.6.10 - mask: relative error threshold 0.5. Developed by SeaDataNet (https://www.seadatanet.org), distributed by EMODnet Physics (www.emodnet-physics.eu)

  • Global mean sea level trends since 1900. EMODnet Physics - PSMSL, Data Retrived 30/04/2018 from http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining; (http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining/reference.php)

  • Global mean sea level trends since 1900. Developed by SONEL - re-distributed by EMODnet Physics

  • Global mean sea level trends since 1900.

  • Temperature Climatology (1900-2013) - based on the SeaDataNet aggregated dataset - DIVA software v4.6.10 - mask: relative error threshold 0.5. Developed by SeaDataNet (https://www.seadatanet.org), distributed by EMODnet Physics (www.emodnet-physics.eu)