|Title||Cross-linking plankton indicators to better define GES of pelagic habitats - EcApRHA Deliverable WP1.4|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||Budria, A, Aubert, A, Rombouts, I, Ostle, C, Atkinson, A, Widdicombe, C, Goberville, E, Artigas, LFelipe, Johns, D, Padegimas, B, Corcoran, E, McQuatters-Gollop, A|
The multimetric approach is a methodological tool which can be used to study a range of systems, including GES assessment of marine waters. Three indicators (PH1, PH2 and PH3) are currently being developed in the frame of the OSPAR convention for the pelagic habitat component. The three PH indicators provide information on different and complementary aspects of the plankton community that, only when considered altogether, provide a holistic vision of the ecosystem which is central to GES assessment. The present document aims at combining their information for the first time, following a multimetric approach. For this purpose, it was decided that the Plymouth Marine Laboratory L4 station would be the focus of this deliverable for the period 2000-2014.
Cross-linking plankton indicators to better define GES of pelagic habitats - EcApRHA Deliverable WP1.4
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