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  • Spatial and temporal distribution of noise emissions due to pile driving during the foundation of wind turbines in offshore projects in the German Exclusive Economic Zone EEZ. Source of data: MarinEARS Noise Registry (Marine Explorer and Registry of Sound); visit https://marinears.bsh.de Description of data: Start and end date of the construction phase with noise emissions due to pile driving during the foundation of wind turbines, per area of offshore wind farm visualized by coloration.

  • Spatial and temporal distribution of noise emissions due to pile driving during the foundation of wind turbines in offshore projects in the German Exclusive Economic Zone EEZ. Source of data: MarinEARS Noise Registry (Marine Explorer and Registry of Sound); visit https://marinears.bsh.de Description of data: Start and end date of the construction phase with noise emissions due to pile driving during the foundation of wind turbines, per area of offshore wind farm visualized by coloration.

  • BALTEX (the Baltic Sea Experiment) was launched in 1992 as a Continental-scale Experiment (CSE) of the Global Energy and Water Exchanges Project (GEWEX) within the World Climate Research Program (WCRP). The research focus of BALTEX was primarily on the hydrological cycle and the exchange of energy between the atmosphere and the surface of the Earth. The study region of BALTEX is the Baltic Sea and its huge catchment region. In 2015, the BALTEX Hydrological Dataset moved from Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) to the GRDC in order to ensure sustainable operation and regular updates as an integral part of the Global Runoff Database. By release and on behalf of the National Hydrological Services, the former BALTEX stations and flow data are integrated in the Global Runoff Database.

  • The data set contains tidal current data for the North and Western Baltic Sea based on the predictions of the BSH circulation model BSHcmod.

  • Data on the composition of subsurface sediments in the North Sea and in the Baltic Sea.

  • Data on tectonic events and paleogeographic structures in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

  • Information on surveys (hydroacoustics, coring, cone penetration testing) in the North Sea and in the Baltic Sea.

  • The Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) on Board ESA’s ENVISAT provides spectral high resolution image data in the visible-near infrared spectral region (412-900 nm) at a spatial resolution of 300 m. For more details on ENVISAT and MERIS see http://envisat.esa.int/ Spectral high resolution measurements allow to assess different water constituents in optically complex case-2 waters (IOCCG, 2000). The main groups of constituents are Chlorophyll, corresponding to living phytoplankton, suspended minerals or sediments and dissolved organic matter. They are characterised by their specific inherent optical properties, in particular scattering and absorption spectra. The Baltic Sea Water Constituents product was developed in a co-operative effort of DLR (Remote Sensing Technology Institute IMF, German Remote Sensing Data Centre DFD), Brockmann Consult (BC) and Baltic Sea Research Institute (IOW) in the frame of the MAPP project (MERIS Application and Regional Products Projects). The data are processed on a regular (daily) basis using ESA standard Level-1 and -2 data as input and producing regional specific value added Level-3 products. The regular data reception is realised at DFD ground station in Neustrelitz. For more details the reader is referred to http://wdc.dlr.de/sensors/meris/ and http://wdc.dlr.de/sensors/meris/documents/Mapp_ATBD_final_i3r0dez2001.pdf This product provides seasonal maps.

  • The Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) on Board ESA’s ENVISAT provides spectral high resolution image data in the visible-near infrared spectral region (412-900 nm) at a spatial resolution of 300 m. For more details on ENVISAT and MERIS see http://envisat.esa.int/ Spectral high resolution measurements allow to assess different water constituents in optically complex case-2 waters (IOCCG, 2000). The main groups of constituents are Chlorophyll, corresponding to living phytoplankton, suspended minerals or sediments and dissolved organic matter. They are characterised by their specific inherent optical properties, in particular scattering and absorption spectra. The Baltic Sea Water Constituents product was developed in a co-operative effort of DLR (Remote Sensing Technology Institute IMF, German Remote Sensing Data Centre DFD), Brockmann Consult (BC) and Baltic Sea Research Institute (IOW) in the frame of the MAPP project (MERIS Application and Regional Products Projects). The data are processed on a regular (daily) basis using ESA standard Level-1 and -2 data as input and producing regional specific value added Level-3 products. The regular data reception is realised at DFD ground station in Neustrelitz. For more details the reader is referred to http://wdc.dlr.de/sensors/meris/ and http://wdc.dlr.de/sensors/meris/documents/Mapp_ATBD_final_i3r0dez2001.pdf This product provides monthly maps.

  • The data cotain geotechnical data of the marine environment from the fields of maritime spatial planning (e. g. spatial development plans of the German Exclusive Economic Zone EEZ and Spatial Offshore Grid Plan (BFO)) and maritime land register (current and future uses).

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