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From 1 - 10 / 1960
  • Microbiological monitoring of bivalve mollusc production areas in mainland Portugal, since the year 2014, performed by quantification of Escherichia coli in meat and liquid intravalvular live bivalve, according to the sample planning. These analyzes are part of the National monitoring system of bivalve mollusc production areas and are considered in the classification of these areas and in the decision-making relative to their status. The data is collected according to the Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 and the rules set out in Decree No. 1421/2006 of the Ministries of Economy and Innovation and Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries of 21 December 2006.

  • Within Portugal's National Biological Sampling Project (PNAB) a set of activities are conducted in the collection, management and use of biological data, collected from the registered commercial fleet in mainland Portugal (fisheries-dependent data) and several research surveys (independent fisheries data). These activities allow the assessment of the state of fishery resources, population structure, distribution and abundance of resources, diversity and dynamics of biological communities associated with the fishery resources and biological studies (growth, reproduction).The crustaceans campaigns are usually held in June/July with the ship “Noruega” and cover the extension of the Portuguese coast of Alentejo and Algarve.

  • Within Portugal's National Biological Sampling Project (PNAB) a set of activities are conducted in the collection, management and use of biological data, collected from the registered commercial fleet in mainland Portugal (fisheries-dependent data) and several research surveys (independent fisheries data). These activities allow the assessment of the state of fishery resources, population structure, distribution and abundance of resources, diversity and dynamics of biological communities associated with the fishery resources and biological studies (growth, reproduction).The crustaceans campaigns are usually held in June/July with the ship “Noruega” and cover the extension of the Portuguese coast of Alentejo and Algarve.

  • Marine biotoxins monitoring of bivalve molluscs in classified production areas in mainland Portugal, since 2014, at intervals defined in the respective sampling plan, through the detection and quantification of the various groups of marine biotoxins laid down in Regulation (EC) 853 / 2004 in live bivalve tissues. These analyzes are part of the national monitoring of bivalve molluscs production areas and are considered in the official control system for decision-making concerning health rules applicable to bivalve in the various production areas. The data is collected according to the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 and the rules set out in Decree No. 1421/2006 of the Ministries of Economy and Innovation and Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries of 21 December 2006.

  • Within Portugal's National Biological Sampling Project (PNAB) a set of activities are conducted in the collection, management and use of biological data, collected from the registered commercial fleet in mainland Portugal (fisheries-dependent data) and several research surveys (independent fisheries data). These activities allow the assessment of the state of fishery resources, population structure, distribution and abundance of resources, diversity and dynamics of biological communities associated with the fishery resources and biological studies (growth, reproduction).The crustaceans campaigns are usually held in June/July with the ship “Noruega” and cover the extension of the Portuguese coast of Alentejo and Algarve.

  • Identification and enumeration of harmful and potentially toxic phytoplankton species from water samples collected weekly in shellfish production areas, coastal and transition in mainland Portugal since the year 2014. These analyzes are part of the national system of monitoring bivalve mollusc production areas of IPMA and are considered in the zoning and in making decisions regarding their status. The data is collected for the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004.

  • This project aims to characterize the evolution of the coastline during the Quaternary and discern what were the contributions to this evolution: 1) neotectonic, 2) eustatic variations and 3) sedimentary transport; for this purpose was selected as study area the coastal stretch between Cabo da Roca (~ 38 46'N) and the village of Comporta (~ 38 20'N).

  • Three-hourly forecast maps of surface pressure in Pascal in the Atlantic region, generated from ECMWF data twice a day, at 00UTC and 12UTC, with forecasts every 3 hours of the current day from 00h to the next 120 hours.

  • Within Portugal's National Biological Sampling Project (PNAB) a set of activities are conducted in the collection, management and use of biological data, collected from the registered commercial fleet in mainland Portugal (fisheries-dependent data) and several research surveys (independent fisheries data). These activities allow the assessment of the state of fishery resources, population structure, distribution and abundance of resources, diversity and dynamics of biological communities associated with the fishery resources and biological studies (growth, reproduction).The crustaceans campaigns are usually held in June/July with the ship “Noruega” and cover the extension of the Portuguese coast of Alentejo and Algarve.

  • Digital archive of the analyzes of the surface charts of 00 UTC and 12 UTC, held in IM and IPMA Weather Forecast Center since October 2015. In the surface analysis charts, the isobars are filled up every 5 hPa, the high pressure centers (A) and the low pressure centers (B). Frontal surfaces, crest lines, valley lines, lines of instability and convergence are represented according to the standards established by the WMO. This compilation is in digital format (pdf) with a total of 1094 charts.