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  • This dataset was created to ascertain the level of vulnerability to erosion processes along 7 coastal local authorities. . The dataset classifies the coast line into areas at High, Medium or Low risk based on the subsoil type along the coast at that point. The data was...
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    SEAI Geothermal Atlas modelled subsurface temperatures at 100m depth in degrees Celcius. The borehole temperature map at 100m depth has been modelled from measured temperatures in 94 boreholes in 22 counties throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
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    32 sample stations including CTD, Plankton Net (0-200m), Plankton Net (0-600m), Phytoplankton net (25 microns), Boxcore and ROV taken on board the RV Celtic Explorer in September 2008 during the Bright Sparks Award survey. A large instrument package called a CTD is the...
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    The dataset indicates the location for bottom trawl fishing activity in Irish waters. Attributes when known include year, area, gear type, species, season, days per year (Days_Year), number of vessels (Vessels), vessel size (LOA_Max), gear units, classification, Area of...
  • Following two major landslide incidences in Ireland in 2003 in Galway and Mayo the Geological Survey Ireland established the Irish Landslides Working Group (ILWG) in 2004. It was felt important that it should be a multi-disciplinary team, bringing together various types of...
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    Data from the underway system includes observations and measurements of metocean conditions including air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, sea temperature, salinity and wind speed/direction. Data has been collected in survey areas including the greater...
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    Research cruise survey tracks generated from underway stations for Celtic Explorer cruises completed between 2003 and 2012. Survey operations have been undertaken across many scientific disciplines including geology, biology, chemistry, oceanography and marine science.
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    Argo Floats. Argo is an international collaboration that collects high-quality temperature and salinity profiles from the upper 2000m of the ice-free global ocean and currents from intermediate depths.
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    An ocean current is a continuous, directed movement of seawater generated by forces acting upon this mean flow, such as breaking waves, wind, the Coriolis effect, cabbeling, and temperature and salinity differences, while tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun...
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    This data provides localities described in "A Geological Guide to the Granites of the Galway Batholith, Connemara, western Ireland. Dublin, Geological Survey of Ireland." by Feely, M., B. E. Leake, S. Baxter, J. Hunt and P. Mohr (Published by the Geological Survey of Ireland,...
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    This dataset comprises raw ocean current data collected from the SmartBay buoy moored in Cork Harbour. The Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) measures the speed and direction of ocean currents.
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    Multibeam echosounder data and seabed sampling data acquired during the INSS and INFOMAR national seabed mapping programmes were the primary sources of data used in the generation of this habitat map. The original sediment classes assigned to the data were translated to the...
  • Irish Wave Rider Buoy Network 30 minutes real time wave data collection. The parameters collected include; Longitude (decimal degrees), Latitude (decimal degrees), dateTime (yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.sss), Station ID, Peak Period (secs), Peak Direction (Degrees True), Upcross Period...
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    This data comprises weather data collected from the SmartBay buoy moored in Galway Bay. The Airmar Weather Station used to collect this data collects wind, temperature and pressure data and returns the following parameters: Latitude and Longitude Air Temperature (Degrees...
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    The CMPS10 Tilt Compensated Compass sensor is a tilt compensated compass which calculates a bearing. Employing a 3-axis magnetometer , a 3-axis accelerometer and a 16-bit processor, the output of the three sensors measuring x, y and z components of the magnetic field,...
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    The Irish Tide Gauge Network (ITGN) is a network of operational and historical 19 tide gauges around the coastline of Ireland. A tide gauge (also known as a mareograph or marigraph or sea level recorder) is a device for measuring the daily changes in sea level relative to a...
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    North Irish Sea habitat extent classified to EUNIS habitat classification. The EUNIS habitat classification is a comprehensive pan-European system to facilitate the harmonised description and collection of data across Europe through the use of criteria for habitat...
  • Different aquifers have differing abilities to store and transmit water. Based on the hydrogeological characteristics and on the value of the groundwater resource, GSI has classified Ireland’s land surface into aquifer categories. GSI Aquifer classes are divided into three...
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    The Irish Sea Pilot Project Habitats classified to EUNIS habitat classification. The EUNIS habitat classification is a comprehensive pan-European system to facilitate the harmonised description and collection of data across Europe through the use of criteria for habitat...
  • This dataset contains a complete coverage for all mapped and digitised corrie features on the island of Ireland. The map forms part of the GSI Quaternary Map series. Data recorded on the maps includes the locations of corries, as well as attribute fields such as backwall...
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