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  • Confidence in kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in the Barents Sea - calculated from S800 Barents Sea Model (see: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/2016GL068323) Values are on a range from 1 (Low confidence) to 3 (High confidence). The confidence assessment considered factors such as: • Quality of training data and methods used to construct the model. • Temporal resolution. • Spatial resolution Detailed information on the confidence assessment in Populus J. et al 2017. EUSeaMap, a European broad-scale seabed habitat map. Ifremer. http://doi.org/10.13155/49975

  • 90th percentile Kinetic Energy due to currents at the seabed in the Adriatic Sea - units in N m2/s. Data derived from the Tessa project archives (resolution 2.2 km, years: 2011-2014).

  • Confidence in kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in the Adriatic Sea.Values are on a range from 1 (Low confidence) to 3 (High confidence). The confidence assessment considered factors such as: • Quality of training data and methods used to construct the model. • Temporal resolution. • Spatial resolution Detailed information on the confidence assessment in Populus J. et al 2017. EUSeaMap, a European broad-scale seabed habitat map. Ifremer. http://doi.org/10.13155/49975

  • 90th percentile Kinetic Energy due to currents at the seabed in the Adriatic Sea - units in N m2/s. Data derived from the Tessa project archives (resolution 2.2 km, years: 2011-2014).

  • Kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in the Iberian peninsula, mean of annual 90th percentile values between 2016 and 2018 - Created using the CMEMS MEDSEA_HINDCAST_WAV_006_012 3-hourly products, postprocessed to evaluate energy at 1m from the seabed. 1/24 degree horizontal resolution (about 3.5 km) Created by the EMODnet Seabed Habitats project consortium using E.U. Copernicus Marine Service Information.

  • Confidence in kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in Norway - Created by the EMODnet Seabed Habitats project consortium from data derived from Institute for Marine Research, Norway. Values are on a range from 1 (Low confidence) to 3 (High confidence). The confidence assessment considered factors such as: • Quality of training data and methods used to construct the model. • Temporal resolution. • Spatial resolution Detailed information on the confidence assessment in Populus J. et al 2017. EUSeaMap, a European broad-scale seabed habitat map. Ifremer. http://doi.org/10.13155/49975

  • Confidence in kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in Svalbard - calculated from S800 Svalbard Model (see: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/2016GL068323) Values are on a range from 1 (Low confidence) to 3 (High confidence). The confidence assessment considered factors such as: • Quality of training data and methods used to construct the model. • Temporal resolution. • Spatial resolution Detailed information on the confidence assessment in Populus J. et al 2017. EUSeaMap, a European broad-scale seabed habitat map. Ifremer. http://doi.org/10.13155/49975

  • Wave exposure (m2/s) was modelled, with a spatial resolution of 25 m, as an index using data on fetch (distance to nearest shore, island or coast), averaged wind speed and wind frequency (estimated as the amount of time that the wind came from one of 16 direction). Data on wind speed and direction were delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and averaged over a 10-year period (i.e. 1995-2004). The model is run using the program WaveImpact based on the method “Simplified Wave Model” (SWM) developed and described by Isæus (2004). The method is a fetch model, where the fetch values are adjusted to simulate refraction and diffraction effects. The estimated fetch values for each of the 16 directions are multiplied with the average wind speed in the given direction. The model has been run by NIVA for the whole Norwegian coast, and has been used as part of the habitat modelling of the National program for mapping biodiversity – coast (Bekkby et al. 2013). The model has also been applied in several research projects in Norway (e.g. Bekkby et al. 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015, Bekkby & Moy 2011, Norderhaug et al. 2012, 2014, Pedersen et al. 2012, Rinde et al. 2014). The model has also been run for Sweden (e.g. Eriksson et al. 2004), Finland (Isæus & Rygg 2005), the Danish region of the Skagerrak coast and the Russian, Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian and German territories of the Baltic Sea (Wijkmark & Isæus 2010). The wave exposure values range from Ultra sheltered to Extremely exposed (cf Wijkmark & Isæus 2010, similar to the EUNIS system of Davies & Moss 2004).

  • Confidence in kinetic energy due to currents at the seabed in the Iberian peninsula, created by the EMODnet Seabed Habitats project consortium using E.U. Copernicus Marine Service Information. Values are on a range from 1 (Low confidence) to 3 (High confidence). The confidence assessment considered factors such as: • Quality of training data and methods used to construct the model. • Temporal resolution. • Spatial resolution Detailed information on the confidence assessment in Populus J. et al 2017. EUSeaMap, a European broad-scale seabed habitat map. Ifremer. http://doi.org/10.13155/49975

  • 90th percentile Kinetic Energy due to currents at the seabed in the North East Atlantic Sea, Norwegian Shelf, Greater North Sea and Celtic Seas in N m2/s - Created for the EMODnet Seabed Habitats broad-scale habitat map (EUSeaMap 2016). This dataset is a raster composite of the outputs of several models, created for display in the EMODnet Seabed Habitats portal. North Sea and Celtic Seas (year 2001): a composite created by ABPmer of NOC POLCOMS CS20 (1.8km resolution); NOC POLCOMS CS3 (10km (2007) and NOC POLCOMS North East Atlantic. Iberian peninsula and Northern Spain: MOHID-PCOMS model archives run by Maretec (Mateus et al., 2012) with 4 km resolution, (3 years climatology). Azores: MOHID-PCOMS model archives run by University of the Azores with 4 km resolution, (3 years climatology). Norway (years 2008-2010): NORKYST800 (IMR, Albretsen et al. 2011) 800m resolution.