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  • Diatom assemblages and their associated environmental factors in upland peat forest rivers

    O Driscoll, Connie; de Eyto, Elvira; Rodgers, Michael; O Connor, Mark; Asam, Zaki-ul-Zaman; Xiao, Liwen (2012)
    NOTICE: this is the author’s version of a work that was accepted for publication in Ecological Indicators. Changes resulting from the publishing process, such as peer review, editing, corrections, structural formatting, and other quality control mechanisms may not be reflected in this document. Changes may have been made to this work since it was submitted for publication. A definitive version was subsequently published in Ecological Indicators, [VOL18, (July 2012)] doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2011...

    Guidelines for the Assessment of Dredge Material for Disposal in Irish Waters

    Cronin, M.; McGovern, E.; McMahon, T.; Boelens, R. (2006)
    Prior to the present guidelines the assessment, by the Marine Institute on behalf of the Department of Communication, Marine and Natural Resources, of the suitability of dredged materials for disposal at sea had employed provisional action levels as an aid to evaluation. These provisional action levels were based entirely on sediment chemistry. The responsible agencies have decided that these levels now need to be updated and formalised. The approach proposed in this document aims to provi...

    Mackerel Egg survey, June 26th – July 16th, 2007

    O Hea, B. (2007)
    Use the URI link below to search the Marine Institute Data Discovery Catalogue for datasets relevant to this report.

    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...

    Marine Institute's Monitoring Programme for Contaminants in Fish and Shellfish

    Institute, Marine (2006)
    The Marine Institute monitors the levels of priority hazardous substances in a range of commercial fish species landed at Irish ports and also in shellfish from selected sites around the Irish coast.
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