Marine biological data: quality control and management practices, WP5, D5.4. Version 4.0.
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In JERICO-NEXT, a major effort is initiated towards a stronger integration of biological information as part of the observing networks. These objectives will be realized through the integration of mature technologies and the development of emerging technologies capable of delivering operational biological data. During the recent years, large marine biological data systems have been created to store, archive and integrate traditional marine biological data. In the framework of JERICO-NEXT an operational link will be created with EMODnet biology, the biological component of the European Marine Observation and Data Network and OBIS, the Ocean Biogeographic Information System. This will facilitate the data exchange between the coastal observatories and the existing marine biological data networks and hereby maximize access to marine biological data for any type of user on a marine basin-or-region-wide basis. Inte.....
PublisherIFREMER for JERICO-NEXT
Best Practice TypeStandard Operating Procedure
CitationTyberghein L.; Claus S. and Deneudt K. (2017) Marine biological data: quality control and management practices.WP5, D5.4, Version 4.0. IFREMER for JERICO-NEXT, 17pp. (JERICO-NEXT-WP5-D5.4-200217-V4.)