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PHYTOBS dataset - French National Service of Observation for Phytoplankton in coastal waters

Maud Lemoine 1 Pascal Claquin Eric Abadie Christophe Arnaud Luis Felipe Artigas Camille Blondel Elsa Breton Liliane Carpentier Nicolas Chomérat Urania Christaki Pascal Conan Veronique Cornet Laurent Coste Gaelle Courtay Françoise Dagault Yolanda del Amo Gaspard Delebecq Anne Doner Christine Dupuy Juliette Fauchot 2 Sylvaine Françoise Raoul Gabellec Tania Hernández Fariñas Cécile Klein Luis Lampert Bertrand Le Roy Fabien Lebon Alain Lefebvre Aurélie Legendre Aurore Lejolivet Rodolphe Lemee Aude Leynaert Soazig Manach Marro Sophie Florence Menet-Nedelec Claire Meteigner Francoise Marco-Miralles Nadine Neaud-Masson Elisabeth Nezan Myriam Perriere-Rumebe Bernard Queguiner Michael Retho Fabienne Rigaut-Jalabert Pierre-Guy Sauriau Mathilde Schapira Ophelie Serais Nathalie Simon Vidussi Francesca Renaud Vuillemin Isabelle Auby Beatriz Beker Martine Breret Elise Caillard Jean-Michel Chabirand Claude Chiantella Olivier Crispi Anne Flore Deton Cabanillas Vincent Duquesne Audrey Duval Annie Fiandrino Sylvie Genauzeau Corine Glé Stephane Guesdon Loic Guilloux Pascale Hebert Benoist Hitier Benoist Hubert Auriane Jolly Paul Labatut Yann Leredde Pascale Malestroit Eric Maria Sébastien Mar Behzad Mostajir Rene Olivesi Philippe Pineau Aude Piraud Mireille Ryckaert Schmitt Anne Maxime Thorel Daniel Vaulot Manon Viprey Julie Bergeret Elodie Foulon Priscilla Gourvil Florence Le Gall Luc Lebrun Fabrice Not Stephanie Ristori Aouregan Terre-Terrillon Mark Hoebeke Arnaud Rouilly Jukka Siltanen 
Abstract : The PHYTOBS dataset includes long-term time series on marine microphytoplankton, since 1987, along the whole French metropolitan coast. Microphytoplankton data cover microscopic taxonomic identifications and counts. The whole dataset is available, it includes 25 sampling locations. PHYTOBS network studies microphytoplankton diversity in the hydrological context along French coasts under gradients of anthropogenic pressures. PHYTOBS network allows to analyse the responses of phytoplankton communities to environmental changes, to assess the quality of the coastal environment through indicators, to define ecological niches, to detect variations in bloom phenology, and to support any scientific question by providing data. The PHYTOBS network provides the scientific community and stakeholders with validated and qualified data, in order to improve knowledge regarding biomass, abundance and composition of marine microphytoplankton in coastal and lagoon waters in their hydrological context. PHYTOBS originates of two networks. The historical REPHY (French Observation and Monitoring program for Phytoplankton and Hydrology in coastal waters) supported by Ifremer since 1984 and the SOMLIT (Service d'observation en milieu littoral) supported by INSU-CNRS since 1995. The monitoring has started in 1987 on some sites and later in others. Hydrological data are provided by REPHY or SOMLIT network as a function of site locations.
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Maud Lemoine, Pascal Claquin, Eric Abadie, Christophe Arnaud, Luis Felipe Artigas, et al.. PHYTOBS dataset - French National Service of Observation for Phytoplankton in coastal waters. 2021. ⟨hal-03553028⟩



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