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Projekt Zee - Datasets on the water quality in the Belgian Part of the North Sea 1970-1975 [Projekt Zee - waterkwaliteit datasets van het Belgisch Deel van de Noordzee 1970-1975]

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Description
Collection of datasets on water quality sampled as part of the"Project Sea" research activities.The data are digitized from technical reports in the frame of the 4DEMON project. more

The dataset contains information of hydrological, physiological and chemical parameters measured in the framework of "Project Sea" (1970-1976), the first Belgian marine research program in the Belgian Continental Shelf (BCS).

Following laboratories participated in "Projekt Zee" Water :

* Laboratorium van Sedimentologie (KUL)

* Laboratoire de Géologie et Sédimentologie (ULB)

* Laboratorium voor Analytische Scheikunde (VUB)

* Institut de Chimie Industrielle, Service Environnement (ULB)

* Laboratoire de Chimie Analytique (ULG)

* Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries Research Station, Ostend / Rijksstation voor Visserij (Min. Agr.)

* Laboratorium voor Ekologie en Systematiek (VUB)

* Institut d'Hygiène et d'Epidemiologie (IHE)

* Laboratoire d'Océanologie (ULB)


Scope
Keywords:
Marine, Water quality, ANE, Belgium, Belgian Continental Shelf (BCS)

Geographical coverage
ANE, Belgium, Belgian Continental Shelf (BCS) [Marine Regions]

Temporal coverage
1970 - 1976

Related datasets
Other relation:
Projekt Zee - Datasets on sediment characteristics of stations in the Belgian part of the North Sea 1970-1975, more

Project
Project SEA, more

Dataset status: Completed
Data type: Data
Data origin: Research: field survey
Metadatarecord created: 2014-09-12
Information last updated: 2016-03-14
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