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  • Mackerel Egg Survey, March 5th – 29th, 2010

    O Hea, B. (2010)
    Use the URI link below to search the Marine Institute Data Discovery Catalogue for datasets relevant to this report.

    Porcupine Bank Nephrops Grounds (FU16) 2017 UWTV Survey Report and catch options for 2018

    Lordan, C.; Doyle, J.; Butler, R.; Sugrue, S.; Allsop, C.; O’Connor, S.; Vacherot, J. P. (2017)
    This report provides the results of the fifth underwater television on the ‘Porcupine Bank Nephrops grounds’ ICES assessment area; Functional Unit 16. The survey was multi-disciplinary in nature collecting UWTV, CTD and other ecosystem data. In total 63 UWTV stations were successfully completed in a randomised 6 nautical mile isometric grid covering the full spatial extent of the stock. The mean burrow density observed in 2017, adjusted for edge effect, was 0.12 burrows/m². The final kr...

    Visual Arts: 3rd to 6th class - Creating and Making a textured Shell Collage Picture

    Institute, Marine (2015)
    The students will explore and experiment with the properties and characteristics of materials (shells, sand, stones etc) in making seashore textured collages. They will learn to use their imagination to make a textured seashore picture using shells and sand.

    Fish species recorded during deepwater trawl surveys on the continental shelf and the Porcupine Bank, 2006-2008

    Johnston, G.; O Hea, B.; Dransfeld, L. (2012)
    The Marine Institute and the National University of Ireland, Galway conducted a deepwater survey each September from 2006-2008 from the RV Celtic Explorer using BT184 deepwater nets with type-D ground gear (ICES 2006). Fish, benthic and hydrographic data were collected. Two-hour fishing trawls (time on bottom) took place in three locations on the continental slope to the north and west of Ireland, and on the Porcupine Bank. The survey objectives were to collect biological data on the main dee...

    Detection of human viruses in shellfish and update on REDRISK research project, Clew Bay, Co. Mayo

    Keaveney, S.; Guilfoyle, F.; Flannery, J.; Doré, B. (2006)
    This paper describe the progress in norovirus detection methods and initial results from the REDRISK study.
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