The following data sets have been added to ArcticWeb: Offshore wind farms (granted concession) from the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate Sea ice, current ice edge and weather stations from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute Satellite AIS from the Norwegian Coastal Administration Maximum sea ice extent (1984 – 2013) from the Norwegian Polar Institute
Visitors unfamiliar with ArcticWeb can now visit ‘ArcticWeb at a glance’ (About -> ArcticWeb at a glance) for an example on how ArcticWeb can be used as a tool for exploring publicly available data from several data sources at once.
The data set ‘Sediment grain size’ from the Norwegian Geological Survey now covers the entire Barents Sea. North Sea data has also been significantly improved.
The data sets ‘Fish habitats’ and ‘Fish spawning area’ have been updated with 17 new species.
As part of the revitalisation of ArcticWeb, the following new data sets have been added: Fish spawning areas Fish habitats Sea mammals habitats Shellfish habitats Ocean currents Sea borders Weekly reports from Kystverkets beredskapsvaktlag Management plan areas IMO recommended sailing routes and separation zones along the Norwegian coast. More data sets will be rolled out […]