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    • Safe to be open: Study on the protection of research data and recommendations for access and usage. 

      Guibault, Lucie; Wiebe, Andreas (Universitätsverlag Göttingen, Gottingen, Germany, 2013)
      This study addresses the most important legal issues when implementing an open access e-infrastructure for research data. It examines the legal requirements for different kinds of usage of research data in an open access ...
    • Salinity Data Management Best Practices Workshop Report, August 3-4, 2005. 

      NOAA Coastal Services Center (NOAA Coastal Services Center, Charleston, SC, 2005)
      The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Coastal Services Center hosted a workshop focused on data management for real-time in-situ salinity data in Charleston, South Carolina, during the first week of ...
    • Sampling and Analysis Plan for Microplastic Monitoring in San Francisco Bay and Adjacent National Marine Sanctuaries: FINAL. 

      Sedlak, Meg; Sutton, Rebecca; Box, Carolynn; Sun, Jennifer; Lin, Diana (San Francisco Estuary Institute and Aquatic Science Center, Richmond, CA, 2017)
      Plastic in the ocean, and more specifically microplastic (particles <5 mm), has been gaining global attention as a pervasive and preventable threat to the health of marine ecosystems. Microplastic is ingested by marine ...
    • Satellite-based indicator of zooplankton distribution for global monitoring. 

      Druon, Jean-Noël; Hélaouët, Pierre; Beaugrand, Grégory; Fromentin, Jean-Marc; Palialexis, Andreas; Hoepfner, Nicolas (2019)
      This study investigates the association between an index of mesozooplankton biomass, derived from the Continuous Plankton Recorder survey and satellite-derived productivity fronts in the North Atlantic. While chlorophyll-a ...
    • Science Community Engagement Best Practices : a white paper from the observatory best practices/lessons learned series. 

      Smith, Leslie M; Yarincik, Kristen; Kearney, Thomas D; Rutherford, Christopher (Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Washington, DC, 2019)
      Community engagement is a central component of many large science initiatives and observatories. For the purposes of this paper, community engagement refers to the engagement of other research scientists, it does not refer ...
    • Sediment quality assessment: a practical guide. Second edition. 

      Simpson, S.; Batley, G. (CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia, 2016)
      The last decade has seen an exponential growth in our understanding of the forms, fate and effects of contaminants in sediments. In Australia, as in many parts of the world, sediment quality guidelines are now well ...
    • Sediment sampling. 

      Simmons, Kevin; Deatrick, John; Ackerman, Laura; Lewis, Bobby (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA, 2014)
      This document describes general and specific procedures, methods and considerations to be used and observed when collecting sediment samples for field screening or laboratory analysis. The procedures contained in this ...
    • Sensors and Instrumentation Roadmap. AtlantOS – 633211, deliverable 6.1. 

      Pike, Amy; Morris, Andrew; Cardwell, Christopher; Connelly, Douglas; Mowlem, Matthew (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, 2016)
      Report including a ten year roadmap for strategic development of sensor and instrument technology for Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing Systems and therefore global ocean observation. The international community is ...
    • Ship-Based Contributions to Global Ocean, Weather, and Climate Observing Systems. 

      Smith, Shawn R.; Alory, Gaël; Andersson, Axel; Asher, William; Baker, Alex; Berry, David I.; Drushka, Kyla; Figurskey, Darin; Freeman, Eric; Holthus, Paul; Jickells, Tim; Kleta, Henry; Kent, Elizabeth C.; Kolodziejczyk, Nicolas; Kramp, Martin; Loh, Zoe; Poli, Paul; Schuster, Ute; Steventon, Emma; Swart, Sebastiaan; Tarasova, Oksana; de la Villéon, Loic Petit; Vinogradova-Shiffer, Nadya (2019)
      The role ships play in atmospheric, oceanic, and biogeochemical observations is described with a focus on measurements made near the ocean surface. Ships include merchant and research vessels; cruise liners and ferries; ...
    • Simulation and assimilation of global ocean pCO2 and air–sea CO2 fluxes using ship observations of surface ocean pCO2 in a simplified biogeochemical offline model. 

      Valsala, Vinu; Maksyutov, Shamil (2010)
      We used an offline tracer transport model, driven by reanalysis ocean currents and coupled to a simple biogeochemical model, to synthesize the surface ocean pCO2 and air–sea CO2 flux of the global ocean from 1996 to 2004, ...
    • The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity. 

      Resnik, David B.; Shamoo, Adil E. (2011)
      The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity, drafted at the Second World Conference on Research Integrity, which took place in Singapore from July 21 to 24, 2010, is an important step toward promoting ethical conduct ...
    • SMART Cables for Observing the Global Ocean: Science and Implementation. 

      Howe, Bruce M.; Arbic, Brian K.; Aucan, Jérome; Barnes, Christopher R.; Bayliff, Nigel; Becker, Nathan; Butler, Rhett; Doyle, Laurie; Elipot, Shane; Johnson, Gregory C.; Landerer, Felix; Lentz, Stephen; Luther, Douglas S.; Müller, Malte; Mariano, John; Panayotou, Kate; Rowe, Charlotte; Ota, Hiroshi; Song, Y. Tony; Thomas, Maik; Thomas, Preston N.; Thompson, Philip; Tilmann, Frederik; Weber, Tobias; Weinstein, Stuart (2019)
      The ocean is key to understanding societal threats including climate change, sea level rise, ocean warming, tsunamis, and earthquakes. Because the ocean is difficult and costly to monitor, we lack fundamental data needed ...
    • SoundToxins manual: Puget Sound Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring Program. [Revised December 2015]. 

      Trainer, Vera; King, Teri; Bill, Brian; Runyan, Jennifer (NOAA/NMFS/NWFSC Marine Biotoxins Program for Washington Sea Grant, Seattle, WA, 2016)
      Shellfish are critical to the culture, economy and ecology of Puget Sound. They shape habitats, provide food for humans and other species, and perform water-filtering functions important to all organisms that live in or ...
    • Species‐level biodiversity assessment using marine environmental DNA metabarcoding requires protocol optimization and standardization. 

      Jeunen, Gert‐Jan; Knapp, Michael; Spencer, Hamish G.; Taylor, Helen R.; Lamare, Miles D.; Stat, Michael; Bunce, Michael; Gemmell, Neil J. (2019)
      DNA extraction from environmental samples (environmental DNA; eDNA) for metabarcoding‐based biodiversity studies is gaining popularity as a noninvasive, time‐efficient, and cost‐effective monitoring tool. The potential ...
    • Standard Operating Procedure for Solid Phase Adsorption Toxin Testing (SPATT) Assemblage and Extraction of HAB Toxins. 

      Howard, Meredith D.A.; Kudela, Raphael; Caron, David; Smith, Jayme; Hayashi, Kendra (University of California and University of Southern California, Santa Cruz, CA, 2018)
      SPATT has been developed and tested for a variety of resins (see review by Kudela, 2017). These Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) outline the use of the resin DIAON HP20 since it has been demonstrated to quantify ...
    • Standard Operating Procedures for Analytical Methods and Data Collection in Support of Pilot-Scale Cultivation of Microalgae. Public Output report WP1A3.01 of the EnAlgae Project, 

      Silkina, A.; Flynn, K.; Llewellyn, C.; Bayliss, C. (EnAlgae, Swansea University, Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research, Swansea, UK, 2015)
      This document is a compilation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) deployed by the EnAlgae microalgal pilot facilities. EnAlgae was a four year Strategic Initiative of INTERREG IVB North West Europe programme. One ...
    • Standardised protocol for monitoring microplastics in seawater. Deliverable 4.1. 

      Gago, Jesus; Filgueiras, Ana; Pedrotti, Maria Luiza; Caetano, Miguel; Frias, João (JPI-Oceans BASEMAN Project, 2018)
      Microplastic litter is an omnipresent pollutant in marine systems across the globe; spread out from the water surface to benthic sediments. Furthermore, the current trend of microplastic accumulation in the marine ...
    • Standardised protocol for monitoring microplastics in sediments. Deliverable 4.2. 

      Frias, João; Pagter, Elena; Nash, Roisin; O'Connor, Ian; Carretero, Olga; Filgueiras, Ana; Viñas, Lucía; Gago, J.; Antunes, Joana; Bessa, Filipa; Sobral, Paula; Goruppi, Alenka; Tirelli, Valentina; Pedrotti, Maria Luiza; Suaria, Giuseppe; Aliani, Stefano; Lopes, Clara; Raimundo, Joana; Caetano, Miguel; Gerdts, Gunnar (JPI-Oceans BASEMAN Project., 2018)
      Marine anthropogenic litter has long been recognised as an emerging pollutant of global concern. Its ubiquitous distribution and its direct and indirect impacts on aquatic ecosystems, marine fauna and local economies ...
    • Standardised survey procedures for monitoring rocky and coral reef ecological communities. 

      Reef Life Survey (Reef Life Survey, Hobart, Tasmania, 2015)
      This manual describes the standard Reef Life Survey (RLS) methods for estimating densities of fishes, large macroinvertebrates, and sessile communities on rocky and coral reefs. These (and compatible) methods ...
    • Statement of guidance for ocean applications. 

      Liu, Guimei (National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center (NMEFC) for WMO-JCOMM, Beijing, China, 2016)
      This Statement of Guidance (SoG) was developed, through a process of consultation, to document observational data requirements for ocean applications and the present/planned observing capabilities. This version is based ...