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  • Zostera marina meadows distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data provided by the Life Project BIOMARES and published in: “Seagrasses in Portugal: A most endangered marine habitat”. Aquatic Botany. doi:10.1016/j.aquabot.2011.08.007. “Estimation of available seagrass meadows area in Portugal for transplanting purposes ”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1100-1104)

  • Zostera noltii meadows distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data provided by the Life Project BIOMARES and published in: “Seagrasses in Portugal: A most endangered marine habitat”. Aquatic Botany. doi:10.1016/j.aquabot.2011.08.007. “Estimation of available seagrass meadows area in Portugal for transplanting purposes ”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1100-1104)

  • Laminaria hyperborea distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data provided by the Project FindKelp and published in: “Findkelp, a GIS-based Community Participation Project to Assess Portuguese Kelp Conservation Status”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1469-1473)

  • Maerl beds distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data published in: “Present distribution of maerl beds in the Atlantic Iberian Peninsula”. Museologia Scientifica e Naturalista. Volume Speciale 2009

  • Saccorhiza polyschides distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data provided by the Project FindKelp and published in: “Findkelp, a GIS-based Community Participation Project to Assess Portuguese Kelp Conservation Status”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1469-1473)

  • Laminaria ochroleuca distribution in the Portuguese mainland from historical data. Data provided by the Project FindKelp and published in: “Findkelp, a GIS-based Community Participation Project to Assess Portuguese Kelp Conservation Status”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1469-1473)

  • Cymodocea nodosa meadows distribution in the south of Portugal from historical data. Data provided by the Life Project BIOMARES and published in: “Seagrasses in Portugal: A most endangered marine habitat”. Aquatic Botany. doi:10.1016/j.aquabot.2011.08.007. “Estimation of available seagrass meadows area in Portugal for transplanting purposes ”. Journal of Coastal Research (2009) :SI 56 (1100-1104)

  • This dataset contains the main habitats maps from the SCI (Site of Community Importance) “Banco de Galicia”. The Galician Bank is a deep underwater mountain located at the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, 180 km from the Galician coast (in the north-east Atlantic Ocean). Its summit is located at a depth of between 650 and 1,500 metres. Its steep slopes descend from the summit to the abyssal plains located 4,000 meters below sea level. This study was supported by the INDEMARES-LIFE+ Project, EC contract INDEMARES-LIFE+ (07/NAT/E/000732): Inventory and Designation of the Natura 2000 network in marine areas of the Spanish State (www.indemares.es/en). This work was coordinated by the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO, www.ieo.es) and the Biodiversity Foundation (www.fundacion-biodiversidad.es). The interpretation has been made possible thanks to direct and indirect samplings and geophysical data from campaigns "ECOMARG09", "INDEMARES_BANGAL0810", "INDEMARES_BANGAL0711" and "RADPROF0912". Habitats are classified according to EUNIS nomenclature and the List of Marine Habitats in Spain (LPRE, that it’s classified hierarchically and was completed and published in March 2013).

  • This dataset contains the main habitats maps from the SCI (Site of Community Importance) “Sur de Almería - Seco de los Olivos”. Seco de los Olivos is a seamount situated in the Alboran Sea (western Mediterranean, southeast Iberian peninsula). This study was supported by the INDEMARES-LIFE+ Project, EC contract INDEMARES-LIFE+ (07/NAT/E/000732): Inventory and Designation of Marine Natura 2000 Network areas in the Spanish seas (www.indemares.es/en). This work was coordinated by the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO, www.ieo.es) and the Biodiversity Foundation (www.fundacion-biodiversidad.es). The interpretation has been made possible thanks to direct and indirect samplings and geophysical data from campaigns “OCEANA I-2010”, “OCEANA II-2011”, “OCEANA III-2012” and “INDEMARES_SECO1012”. Habitats are classified according to EUNIS nomenclature and the List of Marine Habitats in Spain (LPRE, that it’s classified hierarchically and was completed and published in March 2013).

  • This dataset contains the habitats map from the SCI (Site of Community Importance) “Sistema de cañones submarinos de Avilés” (Avilés Canyon System). The Avilés Canyon system is located in the eastern sector of the North Atlantic Ocean, on the continental margin to the north of the Iberian Peninsula. It is structurally a highly complex area, where the continental shelf in the Bay of Biscay is deeply affected by the action of tectonic compression, containing important geomorphological elements; these include: three great submarine canyons, a marginal platform and a tall structural rocky mass. This study was supported by the INDEMARES-LIFE+ Project, EC contract INDEMARES-LIFE+ (07/NAT/E/000732): Inventory and Designation of the Natura 2000 network in marine areas of the Spanish State (www.indemares.es/en). This work was coordinated by the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO, www.ieo.es) and the Biodiversity Foundation (www.fundacion-biodiversidad.es). The interpretation has been made possible thanks to direct and indirect samplings and geophysical data from campaigns INDEMARES (AVILES_0710, AVILES_0410, AVILES_0412-0912). Habitats are classified according to EUNIS nomenclature and the List of Marine Habitats in Spain (LPRE, that it’s classified hierarchically and was completed and published in March 2013).