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    Catch data for macroplankon trawls from IMR cruise 2013107, covering large areas of the North Atlantic in May and June, 2013. The dataset contains trawl data from hauls dedicated to catching macroplankton and micronekton, using specialised, fine-meshed, non-graded trawls. All data presented are from oblique hauls, and is given as total catch biomass for all taxonomic groups (at different taxonomic resolutions, with some species identified and some organisms only identified to coarser taxonomic levels) in the catch, on a format compatible with the ICES trawl-acoustic database.Some Abstract

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    Catch data for macroplankon/micronekton trawls from IMR cruise 2018106, covering areas in the Northeast Atlantic, June 2018. The dataset contains trawl data from hauls dedicated to catching macroplankton and micronekton, using specialised, fine-meshed, non-graded trawls. All data presented are from oblique hauls, and is given as total catch biomass for all taxonomic groups (at different taxonomic resolutions, with some species identified and some organisms only identified to coarser taxonomic levels) in the catch, on a format compatible with the ICES trawl-acoustic database.

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    Catch data for macroplankon/micronekton trawls from IMR cruise 2016115, covering areas in the eastern Norwegian Sea, October 2016. The dataset contains trawl data from hauls dedicated to catching macroplankton and micronekton, using specialised, fine-meshed, non-graded trawls. All data presented are from oblique hauls, and is given as total catch biomass for all taxonomic groups (at different taxonomic resolutions, with some species identified and some organisms only identified to coarser taxonomic levels) in the catch, on a format compatible with the ICES trawl-acoustic database.

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    The dataset contains integrated values of total and mesopelagic backscatter for an EK60 38 kHz echosounder, from ~25 to 1000 m depth, collected during October 2016 during a Norwegian cruise aimed at mapping mesopelagic resources. Data is based on integration of data cleaned with automatic filters using KORONA, and manual cleanup of remaining problems (false bottoms etc.). All backscatter deeper than 200 m were then assigned to the mesopelagic category, with backscatter shallower than 200 m reported in the total category.

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    The dataset contains integrated values of total and mesopelagic backscatter for an EK60 38 kHz echosounder, from ~25 to 1000 m depth, collected during May 2019 during a Norwegian cruise aimed at mapping mesopelagic resources. Data is based on integration of data cleaned with automatic filters using KORONA, and manual cleanup of remaining problems (false bottoms etc.). All backscatter deeper than 200 m were then assigned to the mesopelagic category, with backscatter shallower than 200 m reported in the total category.

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    The dataset contains integrated values of total and mesopelagic backscatter for an EK60 38 kHz echosounder, from ~25 to 1000 m depth, collected during May and June 2013 during a Norwegian trans-atlantic cruise. Data is based on integration of data cleaned with automatic filters using KORONA, and manual cleanup of remaining problems (false bottoms etc.). All backscatter deeper than 200 m were then assigned to the mesopelagic category, with backscatter shallower than 200 m reported in the total category.

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    The dataset contains integrated values of total and mesopelagic backscatter for an EK60 38 kHz echosounder, from ~25 to 1000 m depth, collected during June 2018 during a Norwegian cruise aimed at mapping mesopelagic resources. Data is based on integration of data cleaned with automatic filters using KORONA, and manual cleanup of remaining problems (false bottoms etc.). All backscatter deeper than 200 m were then assigned to the mesopelagic category, with backscatter shallower than 200 m reported in the total category.

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    Catch data for macroplankon/micronekton trawls from IMR cruise 2019703, covering areas in the Northeast Atlantic, May 2019. The dataset contains trawl data from hauls dedicated to catching macroplankton and micronekton, using specialised, fine-meshed, non-graded trawls. All data presented are from oblique hauls, and is given as total catch biomass for all taxonomic groups (at different taxonomic resolutions, with some species identified and some organisms only identified to coarser taxonomic levels) in the catch, on a format compatible with the ICES trawl-acoustic database.