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  • Annually, the European Union develops two research campaigns in the area of ¿¿NAFO (North Atlantic Fisheries Organization), one in the 3NO division and another in the 3M and 3L (Flemish Cap Series). This campaign is part of a historical series in order to provide indices for the evaluation of the stock of halibut and other groundfish species in the area such as flounder, redfish, grenadier, cod or shrimp. The Flemish Cap bank is an isolated bank of the American coastal platform with an area greater than 10,000 square miles and is located outside of the Exclusive Economic Zone of Canada. The exploitation of the resources of this area is regulated by the international agreements of NAFO. GOALS Estimation of abundance and biomass indices of the target species, as well as the study and analysis of the demographic structure of their populations and the oceanographic conditions in the Bank.

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    In 2013, the Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO) developed a maritime data downstream service (http://playas.ieo.es) particularly focused on providing sea surface temperature (SST) at Iberian Atlantic beaches, a parameter that, although basic for the scientific community, it was certainly rather unusual in those weather forecast reports to the wider public. Thus, although the web-service enhances the visualization of SST at more than one thousand beaches, it also provides 3-day forecast of a set of other meteo-ocean variables (air temperature, wind speed and direction, wave height, period and direction, and tides).

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area

  • CTD data in the Flemish Cap area