OceanBestPractices (OBP) is a secure, permanent document (and other objects) repository. It aims to provide a discovery point for research groups to search and find community accepted existing ocean best practices. This service also invites the ocean research, observation and data/information management communities to submit their own best practice documents to share globally with their colleagues. More...

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  • AtlantOS D7.1: Data Harmonization Report: Report containing recommendation on data harmonization. 

    Koop-Jakobsen, K.; Waldmann, C.; Huber, V.; Harscoat, V.; Pouliquen, S. (University of Bremen, 2016)
    AtlantOS WP7 is dedicated to improve harmonization of data management procedures, and thereby improve the quality, interoperability and discoverability of data resources in AtlantOS. To improve harmonization, AtlantOS WP7 ...
  • SOCIB Glider - Canales Endurance Line Data Management Plan (Version 1.0). 

    Marasco, M.; Zarokanellos, N.D.; Charcos, M.; Fernández, J.G,; Miralles, A.; Rotllán, P.; Tintoré, J. (Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting System, SOCIB., 2021)
    The SOCIB Glider - Canales Endurance Line Data Management Plan (DMP) describes the data management life cycle for the ocean glider data, collected, processed and/or generated by SOCIB. It also includes the Ocean Glider ...
  • TechOceanS Deliverable 2.4. Plan for exploitation and dissemination of results (PEDR), Version 1.0. 

    Porter, Keegan; Finlay, Sive; Ní Cheallacháin, Cliona; Cardillo, Pamela (TechOceanS Consortium, 2021)
    The TechOceanS Plan for Exploitation and Dissemination of Results (PEDR) describes the dissemination, communication and exploitation activities to be performed as a means to promote TechOceanS and exploit the project ...
  • TechOceanS Sensor Development templates: Specification Document. 

    National Oceanography Centre, Ocean Technology and Engineering Group (TechOceanS Consortium, 2021)
    The TechOceanS Sensor Development templates have been developed by the Ocean Technology and Engineering group at NOC and have been reviewed and used by partners in the project. The experience of the team has been crucial ...
  • Conventional sampling methods severely underestimate phytoplankton species richness. 

    Rodríguez-Ramos, Tamara; Dornelas, María; Marañón, Emilio; Cermeño, Pedro (2014)
    Conventional methods for the estimation of marine phytoplankton diversity include the collection of a small volume of seawater which is analysed under the microscope. We sampled natural communities and also synthetic ...

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