Combined Effect of Changing Hydroclimate and Human Activity on Coastal Ecosystem Health (AMOREIII)

AMORE III addresses the dual control of changing human activity and climate on eutrophication in the Belgian coastal zone and the feedback effect on goods (newly-deployed offshore mussel farming) and services (atmospheric CO2 absorption). AMORE III has among others assessed the geographical spreading and the magnitude of Phaeocystis blooms in the EEZ, the impact of Phaeocystis colony spreading on offshore mussel farming. It combined field observations, laboratory-controlled experiments, and mathematical modelling in an iterative way.

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Additional Info

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Source http://www.gbif.org/dataset/597829f7-08a8-4b3f-b419-2b735df45638
Last Updated April 2, 2021, 13:55 (Europe/Brussels)
Created April 2, 2021, 13:55 (Europe/Brussels)
Dataset type SAMPLING_EVENT
Source DarwinCore Archive http://ipt.naturalsciences.be/ipt/archive.do?r=idod_amore_3
GBIF UUID 597829f7-08a8-4b3f-b419-2b735df45638
Administrative contact Serge Scory - Head of BMDC - bedic@naturalsciences.be
Metadata author Thomas Vandenberghe - Data manager - tvandenberghe@naturalsciences.be