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Plankton Toolbox

Plankton Toolbox

The Plankton Toolbox is a free tool for aquatic scientists, and others, working with environmental monitoring related to phyto- and zooplankton. 

Features include:

ISS Phytoplankton Tool

ISS Phytoplankton Tool (ISS-Phyto)

The ISS-Phyto represents a new size spectra sensitivity-based approach to ecological status assessment in transitional waters. This index integrates simple size structure metrics with phytoplankton biomass, taxonomic richness thresholds and models of phytoplankton size class sensitivity to anthropogenic disturbance.

LifeWatch.be GPS tracking network for large birds

LifeWatch.be GPS tracking network for large birds

iMarine

Data e-Infrastructure Initiative for Fisheries Management and Conservation of Marine Living Resources (iMarine)

iMarine is an open and collaborative initiative aimed at supporting the implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries management and the conservation of living marine resources.

BEQI Calculation Tool

Benthic Ecological Quality Index calculation tool

The Benthic Ecological Quality Index (BEQI) is one of the biological indices used to assess the state of the benthos of coastal and transitional waters for the Water Framework Directive. BEQI follows a multilevel approach proposed by Ysebaert & Herman (2004).

LifeWatch e-Lab

LifeWatch e-Lab

The ultimate goal of LifeWatch is to set up a network for data exchange and data analysis through web services. Web services are systems that allow communication between two computers over the web, and allow the user to access the most recent and up-to-date information directly from within other applications.

World Register of Introduced Marine Species (WRIMS)

World Register of Introduced Marine Species (WRIMS)

WRIMS records which marine species in the World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) have been introduced deliberately or accidentally by human activities to geographic areas outside their native range. It excludes species that colonized new locations naturally (so called 'range extensions'), even if in response to climate change.

Swedish Ocean Archive

Swedish Ocean Archive (SHARK database)

SHARK ("Svenskt HavsARKiv" / "Swedish Ocean Archive") contains marine environmental monitoring data from the seas surrounding Sweden.

Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS)

Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS)

The objective of RAMS is to compile and manage an authoritative taxonomic list of species occurring in the Antarctic marine environment, for establishing a standard reference for marine biodiversity research, conservation and sustainable management.

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