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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    English
    Authors: 
    Penna, Pierluigi; Belardinelli, Andrea; Croci, Camilla Sofia; Domenichetti, Filippo; Martinelli, Michela;
    Country: Italy
    Project: EC | JERICO-NEXT (654410), EC | JERICO (262584), EC | NEXOS (614102)

    From 2003 to 2013, the Ancona section of CNR-IRBIM (formerly part of CNR-Institute of Marine Science) runned the “Fishery Observing System” (FOS) program aimed at using Italian fishing vessels as Vessels Of Opportunity (VOOs) for the collection of scientifically useful datasets (Falco et al. 2007). Some commercial fishing vessels, targetting small pelagic species in the northern and central Adriatic Sea, were equipped with an integrated system for the collection of information on catches, position of the fishing operation, depth and water temperature during the haul, producing a great amount of data that demonstrated to be helpful both for oceanographic and fishery biology purposes (Carpi et al. 2015; Aydoğdu et a. 2016; Sparnocchia et al. 2016; Lucchetti et al. 2018). In 2012, thanks to the participation to some national and international projects (e.g. SSD-Pesca, EU-FP7 JERICO etc.), CNR started the development of a new modular “Fishery & Oceanography Observing System” (FOOS; Patti et al. 2013). New sensors for oceanographic and meteorological data allow nowadays the FOOS to collect more parameters, with higher accuracy and to send them directly to a data center in near real time (Martinelli et al. 2016; Sparnocchia et al. 2017). Furthermore, the FOOS is a multifunction system able to collect various kind of data from the fishing operations and also to send back to the fishermen useful information (e.g. weather and sea forecasts, etc.) through an electronic logbook with an ad hoc software embedded. The new FOOS installed on various kind of fishing vessels targetting different resources, allowed a spatial extension of the monitored areas in the Mediterranean Sea (Patti et al. 2013). CNR-IRBIM implemented the “AdriFOOS” observational system, by installing the FOOS on some commercial fishing boats operating in the Adriatic Sea. Since then the datacenter based in Ancona receives daily data sets of environmental parameters collected along the water column and close to the sea bottom (eg. temperature, salinity, etc.), together with GPS haul tracks, catch amounts per haul, target species sizes and weather information. Some temperature and salinity measurements acquired by the FOOS in the Adriatic Sea from January 2014 to March 2015 were published within the JERICO project and some oxygen and fluorescence profiles obtained in 2017 within the NEXOS project. The dataset here presented contains 14803 depth/temperature profiles collected by 10 vessels of the AdriFOOS fleet in the period 2012-2020. All the profiles were subjected to quality control.Data are flagged according the L20 (SEADATANET MEASURAND QUALIFIER FLAGS).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Del Rio, Joaquin; Nogueras Cervera, Marc; Toma, Daniel Mihai; Cadena Muñoz, Javier; Crespin, Júlia; Martinez Padro, Enoc; Carandell Widmer, Matias; Masmitjà Rusiñol, Ivan; Artero Delgado, Carola; Bghiel, Ikram; +7 more
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
    Project: EC | JERICO-NEXT (654410), EC | NEXOS (614102), EC | EMSO-Link (731036), EC | EMSODEV (676555), EC | MELOA (776825)

    This collection of datasets contains current and wave data measured by an ADCP instrument related to the OBSEA platform since Mar, 2010. OBSEA is a permanent underwater cabled seabed observatory located in front of the Catalan's coast near Barcelona, at 20 m depth which is used as a test site for different experiments related with marine sensors. It has a sea station and a ground station, which include a surface buoy equipped with weather station and camera and a coastal cabled system (seabed platform). OBSEA is part of the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor Observatory (EMSO) infrastructure and participates as a Coastal Observatory data provider and Test Site on the JERICO-RI. For a comfortable handling of these weather station data they were summarized monthly to one data set each. A complete list of the datasets belonging to this collection can be found at the end of this page.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Del Rio, Joaquin; Nogueras Cervera, Marc; Toma, Daniel Mihai; Cadena Muñoz, Javier; Crespin, Júlia; Martinez Padro, Enoc; Carandell Widmer, Matias; Masmitjà Rusiñol, Ivan; Artero Delgado, Carola; Bghiel, Ikram; +7 more
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
    Project: EC | JERICO-NEXT (654410), EC | NEXOS (614102), EC | EMSO-Link (731036), EC | EMSODEV (676555), EC | MELOA (776825)

    This collection of datasets contains data measured by two weather stations related to the OBSEA platform since Feb, 2010. The first weather station is deployed at the OBSEA buoy, the second is located at the OBSEA shore station on top of the UPC building. OBSEA is a permanent underwater cabled seabed observatory located in front of the Catalan's coast near Barcelona, at 20 m depth which is used as a test site for different experiments related with marine sensors. It has a sea station and a ground station, which include a surface buoy equipped with weather station and camera and a coastal cabled system (seabed platform). OBSEA is part of the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor Observatory (EMSO) infrastructure and participates as a Coastal Observatory data provider and Test Site on the JERICO-RI. For a comfortable handling of these weather station data they were summarized monthly to one data set each. A complete list of the datasets belonging to this collection can be found at the end of this page.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Del Rio, Joaquin; Nogueras Cervera, Marc; Toma, Daniel Mihai; Cadena Muñoz, Javier; Crespin, Júlia; Martinez Padro, Enoc; Carandell Widmer, Matias; Masmitjà Rusiñol, Ivan; Artero Delgado, Carola; Bghiel, Ikram; +7 more
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
    Project: EC | NEXOS (614102), EC | EMSO-Link (731036), EC | EMSODEV (676555), EC | MELOA (776825), EC | JERICO-NEXT (654410)

    This collection of datasets contains data measured by various CTD instruments which have been deployed at the OBSEA platform since May, 2009. OBSEA is a permanent underwater cabled seabed observatory located in front of the Catalan's coast near Barcelona, at 20 m depth which is used as a test site for different experiments related with marine sensors. It has a sea station and a ground station, which include a surface buoy equipped with weather station and camera and a coastal cabled system (seabed platform). OBSEA is part of the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor Observatory (EMSO) infrastructure and participates as a Coastal Observatory data provider and Test Site on the JERICO-RI. For a comfortable handling of these CTD data they were summarized monthly to one data set each. A complete list of the datasets belonging to this collection can be found at the end of this page.