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    Pedestrian footfall counts of people walking past certain locations in Dublin city centre. These locations include: O'Connell St (Outside Pennys), O'Connell St (outside Clerys), Mary Street, Capel Street, Aston Quay, Grafton Street (outside CompuB), Talbot Street (North),...
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    This multidisciplinary deepwater survey was conducted by the Marine Institute on board the R.V. Celtic Explorer in September 2006. The survey was designed to revisit earlier survey areas from the nineties and investigate the impact of the high levels of exploitation on the...
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    The Irish Groundfish Survey is an annual 6 week fish trawl survey held in the 4th quarter of the years that has an essential aim to examine the composition and abundance of fish species in the waters surrounding Ireland. This major survey is undertaken by the Fisheries Science...
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    This survey was conducted by the Marine Institute in Autumn 2016 as part of the annual Celtic Sea 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...
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    This survey was conducted on board the RV Celtic Explorer in 2016 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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    Fisheries Western European Shelf Pelagic Acoustic Survey (WESPAS) Leg 2 completed by the Marine Institute Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services team.
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    This survey was conducted on board the RV Celtic Explorer in 2016 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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    This survey (leg 3 and 4) of the 2016 Irish Anglerfish and Megrim Survey (IAMS) took place from 25th February to 6th March 2016 on RV Celtic Explorer, led by the Marine Institute. Leg one and two took place in January. The IAMS survey is coordinated with the Scottish...
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    Annual Blue Whiting Acoustic Survey undertaken by the Marine Institute Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services section.
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    This survey was conducted by the Marine Institute in Autumn 2006 as part of the annual Celtic Sea 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...
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    GroundFish Intercalibrations: Fisheries Science Services (FSS) carries out the annual Irish Groundfish Survey (IGFS) in the fourth quarter of each year as part of a larger coordinated survey effort with our EU neighbours (France to the south; and the UK to the north).
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    An acoustic survey targeting blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou) spawning and post spawning aggregations in the north east Atlantic in 2006. Spawning takes place from January through to April along the shelf edge from the southern Porcupine Bank area northwards to the...
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    2005 Irish Groundfish Survey is an annual 6 week fish trawl survey held in the 4th quarter of the year. It has an essential aim to examine the composition and abundance of fish species in the waters surrounding Ireland. This major survey is undertaken by the Fisheries...
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    Marine Institute Herring Acousic Survey: The northwest and west coast herring acoustic survey programme was first implemented in 1994. Prior to this a larval survey programme was carried out between 1981 and 1986. The stock in this area is composed of 2 spawning components...
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    The Herring Acoustic Survey objective is to analyse the distribution of the herring stock off the west coast of Ireland.
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    An acoustic survey targeting blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou) spawning and post spawning aggregations in the north east Atlantic in 2005. Spawning takes place from January through to April along the shelf edge from the southern Porcupine Bank area northwards to the...
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    Annual Celtic Sea fisheries survey using acoustic techniques undertaken by the Marine Institute.
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    The main focus of this pilot survey was to acoustically survey orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) spawning aggregations. Orange roughy, a highly commercial species, are an extremely slow growing species, with a longevity estimated at well over 100 and have low fecundity...
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    The northwest and west coast herring acoustic survey programme was first implemented in 1994. Prior to this a larval survey programme was carried out between 1984 and 1986. The ICES working group (HAWG) identified a need for a dedicated herring acoustic survey off the Irish...
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    The Irish Groundfish Survey is an annual 6 week fish trawl survey held in the 4th quarter of the years that has an essential aim to examine the composition and abundance of fish species in the waters surrounding Ireland. This major survey is undertaken by the Fisheries Science...
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