North Sea Project

North Sea Project CDROM
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The North Sea is an important resource shared by many nations with a wide range of potentially conflicting activities. The ultimate aim of the North Sea Project was to develop computer based models which would

The North Sea Project was a Community Research Project of the Marine and Atmospheric Sciences directorate of the Natural Environment Research Council. It was hosted by the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory and ran from 1987 to 1992.

BODC was responsible for the management of all data from the project.

Data were collected during 39 cruises between August 1988 and October 1990. These consisted of

A wide variety of physical, chemical and biological data were collected.

The full data set has been published by BODC on CDROM. If you have requested a copy, we suggest you also download the user guide.

North Sea Project Users' Guide North Sea Project Users' Guide (1838 KB)

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