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    • H2020 Programme: Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in Horizon 2020 Version 3.0. 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation (European Commission, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation, Luxembourg, 2016)
      This document helps Horizon 2020 beneficiaries make their research data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR), to ensure it is soundly managed. Good research data management is not a goal in itself, but ...
    • Handbook of Methods for the Analysis of Oceanographic Parameters at the CARIACO Time-series Station: Cariaco Time Series Study. 

      Astor, Yrene M.; Fanning, Kent; Guzmán, Laurencia; Li, Xiaoni; Lorenzoni, Laura; Masserini, Robert; Muller-Karger, Frank; Tappa, Eric; Varela, Ramón (Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales, Caracas, Venezuela, 2013)
      The focus of the program “CARIACO Oceanographic Time Series” is the collection of a set of oceanographic, biogeochemical and ecological observations at a specific location (10° 30'N, 64° 40'W), in the deepest area of the ...
    • Handbook of Oceanographic Winch, Wire, and Cable Technology, 3rd edition. 

      Bash, John (National Science Foundation and Office of Naval Research, Washington, DC, 2001)
      This third edition to the Handbook of Oceanographic Winch, Wire and Cable Technology has been prepared to provide a reference and guide for the operation, handling and care of winches, wires, cables and oceanographic ...
    • Harmonized protocol for monitoring microplastics in biota. Deliverable 4.3. 

      Bessa, Filipa; Frias, João; Kögel, Tanja; Lusher, Amy; Andrade, Jose Manuel; Antunes, Joana; Sobral, Paula; Pagter, Elena; Nash, Róisín; O’Connor, Ian; Pedrotti, Maria Luiza; Kerros, Maria Emmanuelle; León, Victor; Tirelli, Valentina; Suaria, Giuseppe; Lopes, Clara; Raimundo, Joana; Caetano, Miguel; Gago, Jesús; Viñas, Lucía; Carretero, Olga; Magnusson, Kerstin; Granberg, Maria; Dris, Rachid; Fischer, Marten; Scholz-Böttcher, Barbara; Muniategui, Soledad; Grueiro, Gloria; Fernández, Verónica; Palazzo, Luca; de Lucia, Andrea; Camedda, Andrea; Avio, Carlo Giacomo; Gorbi, Stefania; Pittura, Lucia; Regoli, Francesco; Gerdts, Gunnar (JPI-Oceans BASEMAN Project, 2019)
      Microplastic pollution is presently considered a high concern topic by scientists, policy makers, governmental bodies, non-governmental organizations and the general public. Microplastics are highly widespread in all ...
    • Harmonizing the Metadata Among Diverse Climate Change Datasets. 

      Vellino, André (2015)
      One of the critical problems in the curation of research data is the harmonization of its internal metadata schemata. The value of harmonizing such data is well illustrated by the Berkeley Earth project, which successfully ...
    • A Hessian-based method for uncertainty quantification in global ocean state estimation. 

      Kalmikov, Alexander G.; Heimbach, Patrick (2014)
      Derivative-based methods are developed for uncertainty quantification (UQ) in largescale ocean state estimation. The estimation system is based on the adjoint method for solving a least-squares optimization problem, whereby ...
    • HF Radar Activity in European Coastal Seas: Next Steps toward a Pan-European HF Radar Network. 

      Rubio, A.; Mader, J.; Corgnati, L.; Mantovani, C.; Griffa, A.; Novellino, A.; Quentin, C.; Wyatt, L.; Schulz-Stellenfleth, J.; Horstmann, J.; Lorente, P.; Zambianchi, E.; Hartnett, M.; Fernandes, C.; Zervakis, V.; Gorringe, P.; Melet, A.; Puillat, I. (2017)
      High Frequency Radar (HFR) is a land-based remote sensing instrument offering a unique insight to coastal ocean variability, by providing synoptic, high frequency and high resolution data at the ocean atmosphere interface. ...
    • A High Spatial Resolution FBG Sensor Array for Measuring Ocean Temperature and Depth. 

      Wang, Li; Wang, Yongjie; Wang, Jianfeng; Li, Fang (2020)
      Exploring and understanding the ocean is an important field of scientific study. Acquiring accurate and high-resolution temperature and depth profiles of the oceans over relatively short periods of time is an important ...
    • High-sensitivity salinity sensor based on optical microfiber coil resonator. 

      Yin, Y.; Li, S.; Ren, J.; Farrell, G.; Lewis, E.; Wang, P. (2018)
      A simple, compact, and high-sensitivity optical sensor for salinity measurement is reported based on an optical microfiber coil resonator (MCR). The MCR is manufactured by initially wrapping microfiber on a polymethylmethacrylate ...
    • How to Develop Research Data Management Services - a guide for HEIs. 

      Jones, Sarah; Pryor, Graham; Whyte, Angus (Digital Curation Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2013)
      The purpose of this guide is to help institutions understand the key aims and issues associated with planning implementing Research Data Management (RDM) services.
    • How to document - Ocean Acidification Data. 

      Jiang, L-Q.; Arzayus, K.M.; Gattuso, J-P.; Garcia, H.E.; Chandler, C.; Kozyr, A.; Yang, Y.; Thomas, R.; Beck, B.; Spears, T. (2016)
      The number of ocean acidification (OA) studies has increased significantly over the last decade. Most of this was due to studies on biological responses of organisms to OA. The lack of a protocol to document biological ...
    • Impact of HF radar current gap-filling methodologies on the Lagrangian assessment of coastal dynamics. 

      Hernández-Carrasco, Ismael; Solabarrieta, Lohitzune; Rubio, Anna; Esnaola, Ganix; Reyes, Emma; Orfila, Alejandro (2018)
      High-frequency radar, HFR, is a cost-effective monitoring technique that allows us to obtain high-resolution continuous surface currents, providing new insights for understanding small-scale transport processes in the ...
    • Improving the Accuracy of Single Turnover Active Fluorometry (STAF) for the Estimation of Phytoplankton Primary Productivity (PhytoPP). 

      Boatman, Tobias G.; Geider, Richard J.; Oxborough, Kevin (2019)
      Photosystem II (PSII) photochemistry is the ultimate source of reducing power for phytoplankton primary productivity (PhytoPP). Single turnover active chlorophyll fluorometry (STAF) provides a non-intrusive method that ...
    • In situ quantification of ultra-low O2 concentrations in oxygen minimum zones: Application of novel optodes. 

      Larsen, M.; Lehner, P.; Borisov, S.M.; Klimant, I.; Fischer, J.P.; Stewart, F.J.; Canfield, D.E.; Glud, R.N. (2016)
      Conventional sensors for the quantification of O2 availability in aquatic environments typically have limits of detection (LOD) of  > 1 μmol L−1 and do not have sufficient resolution to reliably measure concentrations in ...
    • Indigenous Data Governance: Strategies from United States Native Nations. 

      Carroll, Stephanie Russo; Rodriguez-Lonebear, Desi; Martinez, Andrew (2019)
      Data have become the new global currency, and a powerful force in making decisions and wielding power. As the world engages with open data, big data reuse, and data linkage, what do data-driven futures look like for ...
    • Intercomparison of biogeochemical sensors at ocean observatories. 

      Mowlem, M.; Hartman, S.; Harrison, S.; Larkin, K.E. (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, 2008)
      This report gives an overview of the current state of the art in biogeochemical sensing, reviews user experience of systems, summarises efforts to provide quality assessment and control, and makes recommendation ...
    • Intercomparison of Ocean Color Algorithms for Picophytoplankton Carbon in the Ocean. 

      Martínez-Vicente, Víctor; Evers-King, Hayley; Roy, Shovonlal; Kostadinov, Tihomir S.; Tarran, Glen A.; Graff, Jason R.; Brewin, Robert J. W.; Dall’Olmo, Giorgio; Jackson, Tom; Hickman, Anna E.; Röttgers, Rüdiger; Krasemann, Hajo; Marañón, Emilio; Platt, Trevor; Sathyendranath, Shubha (2017)
      The differences among phytoplankton carbon (Cphy) predictions from six ocean color algorithms are investigated by comparison with in situ estimates of phytoplankton carbon. The common satellite data used as input for the ...
    • Interpretation of complexometric titration data: an intercomparison of methods for estimating models of trace metal complexation by natural organic ligands. 

      Pižeta, I.; Sander, S.G.; Hudson, R.J.M.; Omanović, D.; Baars, O.; Barbeau, K.A; Buck, K.N.; Bundy, R.M.; Carrascog, G.; Croot, P.L.; Garnier, C.; Gerringa, L.J.A.; Gledhill, M.; Hirose, K.; Kondo, Y.; Laglera, L.M; Nuester, J.; Rijkenberg, M.J.A.; Takeda, S.; Twining, B.S.; Wells, M. (2015)
      With the common goal of more accurately and consistently quantifying ambient concentrationsof free metal ions and natural organic ligands in aquatic ecosystems, researchers from 15 laboratories that routinely analyze ...
    • Invasive Lionfish: a Guide to Control and Management. 

      Akins, J. Lad; Buddo, Dayne St. A.; Green, Stephanie J.; Lozano, Ricardo Gómez (Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Marathon, FA, 2012)
      The countries of the Wider Caribbean with their vibrant coral reefs are major tourist destinations, bringing billions of dollars to the Caribbean annually. The importance of reef resources is invaluable to local economies ...
    • ISO 19115 Geographic information — Metadata Workbook: Guide to Implementing ISO 19115:2003(E), the North American Profile (NAP), and ISO 19110 Feature Catalogue. 

      NOAA National Coastal Data Development Center (NOAA National Coastal Data Development Center, Silver Spring, MD, 2012)
      This workbook is not intended to replace the ISO standards but is meant to act as an educational and implementational guide to be used in conjunction with ISO 19115 Geographic information ─ Metadata ISO 19115:2003(E).