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    This survey was conducted on board the RV Celtic Explorer in 2015 by the Marine Institute (MI) as part of the annual groundfish survey to determine the distribution and abundance of commercial fish around Ireland. The Irish Groundfish Survey (IGFS) forms part of the...
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    Mackerel Eggs Abundance Assessment: The aim of the international Mackerel and horse mackerel egg survey program is to estimate the spawning stock biomass (the total weight of all sexually mature fish in the population) of the North-east Atlantic mackerel and horse mackerel...
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    Site Survey to investigate sites for the installation of an Oil AND Gas Rig off the south coast, two sites off Kinsale Head were investigated and one site off Donegal.
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    This survey was conducted by the Marine Institute in winter 2007 as part of the North West Herring Acoustic Survey. The aim of an acoustic survey is to determine the relative abundance of the target species. This information is then used to determine catch rates and management...
  • Temperature and salinity measurements taken from the Weather Buoys. Temperature and salinity instrumentation associated with mooring.
  • Wave climate forecasts including significant wave height, mean wave period, mean wave direction, wave per unit crest length, peak period and energy period at Marine Institute weather and wave buoy locations.
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    Rainfall sensors are currently deployed around the Burrishoole catchment to ensure maximum spatial coverage of rainfall variation. Data measured are mm of rain. Data coverage is for Furnace Newport Co. Mayo. Rainfall data collected since 1996. Rainfall data has been collected...
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    Automatic River Monitoring (ie. ARMS) stations monitor the following parameters Water temperature (degC), Conductivity (milli Siemens/cm), Nephelometer (millivolts), CDOM (millivolts), Water level (mm), Dissolved oxygen (% Saturation), Dissolved oxygen (mg/l), and pH (pH...
  • The Irish Weather Buoy Network is a network of 5 weather buoys around Ireland. These weather buoys are moored surface buoys with instruments which collect weather and ocean data including air temperature, atmospheric humidity, sea surface temperature, sea temperature and...
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