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ICES EcoSystemData - Delivering data and tools that facilitate the study of climate and fisheries exploitation interactions

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posted on 2024-02-06, 12:10 authored by Carlos Pinto, Hans Mose Jensen, Neil Holdsworth

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This paper describes the EcoSystemData integrated repository of data. This system was developed to improve the integrated data requests covering for example, the study of climate change in relation to large ecosystem dynamics. A major step forward in EcoSystemData is to join physical, chemical and biological measurements into one system. The data can be queried and analysed in ways that would otherwise have been far more difficult for scientists looking across fisheries and sea climate disciplines.

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2009 Annual Science Conference, Berlin, Germany

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Theme Session F: How does fishing alter marine population's and ecosystem's sensitivity to climate?

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F:08

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[Authors]. 2009. ICES EcoSystemData - Delivering data and tools that facilitate the study of climate and fisheries exploitation interactions. 2009 Annual Science Conference, Berlin, Germany. CM 2009/F:08. https://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.25070996

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