Index of
Marine Environmental
Monitoring in the
Eastern Asian Seas

1. Importance of Coastal Marine Environment
2. How Can We Monitor the Changes?
3. Monitoring Outline
4. Monitoring Method
5. Analytical Method
6. Water at What Depth?
7. An Example Obtained from Our Monitoring

8. Data Download
9. Future Development
10. List
11. References
12. Research Presentation List
13. Other Sites
Last updated on August 3, 2005
8. Data Download

The data available for download are those obtained by the automated filtration sampling in the period of April 1994 to March 2005, which include the NO3-N, NO2-N, PO4-P, Si(OH)4, chlorophyll-a, phaeopigments, water temperature, and salinity.

All of the data are in CSV format.

* Updated on August 3, 2005.

The data obtained with the multiple sensors, explained as b) in section 4, are not available through the website, due to their large amount. However, data for Jun.1991 ~ Feb.199310), Apr.1994 ~ Dec.199511), and Jan.1996 ~ Nov.199712) are available on CDs. Contact CGER for more information:
In case these data are used for publication, please cite the URL or the monograph4) in the reference.

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