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    Macro-invertebrate are animals without backbones, visible to the naked eye. Data includes annual species richness and abundance (river macro-invertebrate). Data geographical coverage is 16 sites across the Newport facility Burrishoole catchment. Data on macro-invertabrates has...
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    Data collected includes the following: Densities of yellow eel, juvenile salmon and juvenile trout at 40-50 sites, fish (per m2) and lengths of individual fish. Data collected from the Burrishoole catchment rivers and lakes within Furnace Newport Co. Mayo. Data surveys have...
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    The Marine Institute and Met Eireann have jointly operated a manual weather station in Furnace, Newport, Co. Mayo for almost 50 years. In early 2005 this was upgraded to an Automatic Synoptic Weather Station and the data is supplied to the Marine Institute by Met Eireann on a...
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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...
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    Phytoplankton are the autotrophic (self-feeding) components of the plankton community and a key part of oceans, seas and freshwater basin ecosystems. The name comes from the Greek words phyton, meaning plant and planktos, meaning wanderer or drifter. Most phytoplankton are too...
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    Rod catch data for wild and ranch salmon, and sea trout. Data coverage from the Burrishoole catchment lakes Lough Feeagh and Lough Furnace. Data coverage since 2008. Data collected from angling rod catches. Data collected to support knowledge on the abundance of species within...
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