Contributors:noelie benoist, Ruhl Henry, Morris Kirsty J., Bett Brian
Standing stocks of biomass and biovolume as directly and indirectly estimated from photographs using a length-weight relationship (LWR) approach and a generalised volumetric method (GVM).
The datasets correspond to:
- the fresh trawl-caught specimens from the Porcupine Abyssal Plain Sustained Observatory (PAP-SO; 4850m water depth, northeast Atlantic);
- the case study of benthic ecology based on a large photographic dataset derived from AUV surveys on the Celtic Shelf (100 m water depth, northeast Atlantic);
- the inter-operator variation assessment of biomass and biovolume estimation using the LWR method and the GVM.
This file contains data from a study done in the Barcelona coastal ecosystem (NW Mediterranean) consisting in eight cruises done in summer and winter-spring seasons. Phytoplankton primary production and chromophoric dissolved organic matter were measured. For a more detailed description of the study see:
Guallar, C., Flos, J., 2017. Enhanced primary production in summer and winter-spring seasons in a populated NW Mediterranean coastal ecosystem. J. Sea Res. 120, 1–12. doi:10.1016/j.seares.2016.10.009
Contributors:Tian Yongjun, Cheng Jiahua, Yu Haiqing, Fu Caihong, Liu Yang, Sun Peng, ye zhenjiang, Ma Shuyang, Li Jianchao
It is the data used in our research, including catch data for the Yellow Sea and East China Sea Large Marine Ecosystems, local-scale environmental variables, large-scale climate indices and fishing effort.