Seasonal Density Driven Transport

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Seasonal density driven transport from the Irish Offshore Strategic Environmental Assessment (IOSEA).

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Title Seasonal Density Driven Transport

Seasonal density driven transport from the Irish Offshore Strategic Environmental Assessment (IOSEA).

Contact Point name: Petroleum Affairs Division
phone: +353-1-6782000
Keywords atlantic ocean, celtic sea, environment, geoscientificinformation, hydrosphere, irish sea and st. george's channel, north atlantic ocean, north-east atlantic ocean, ocean, ocean circulation, ocean current, oceanographic geographical features, oceanography, oceans, water science
Theme Environment
Publisher Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment
Issue Date 28 Apr 2014
Conforms To The INSPIRE Directive or INSPIRE lays down a general framework for a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) for the purposes of European Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.
Last Modification Date 11 Nov 2016
Publication Frequency as needed
Language eng
Landing Page,47.575,-3.690,56.772&WIDTH=1000&HEIGHT=1000&STYLES=default
Geographic Coverage North: 57, South: 48, East: 0, West: -18
Vertical Extent Domain name: sea level, Min value: -2000, Max value: -1
Lineage The seasonal density driven transport, part of which appears to originate in or is derived from the 2003 Brown et al paper on Observations of the physical structure and seasonal jet-like circulation of the Celtic Sea and St. Georges Channel of the Irish Sea ( The remainder of this layer, i.e. the remaining section around the western Irish coast, seems to be derived from dataset published in the 2006 paper on The Irish coastal current: A seasonal jet-like circulation (Fernard, L. et al
Temporal Extent From: n/a, To: 2009-09-03 01:00
Spatial Reference System
Spatial Resolution 50000