Pacific Rocky Intertidal Monitoring: Trends and Synthesis
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In addition, please summarize a) the project you are working on and how the data fits into this project; b) the type of information you are looking for, such as: specific species info, specific site info (location etc.), and from which sites you want information; and c) the time frame in which you have to obtain the information.
We also ask that you agree to provide us with copies of any data products that use these data. In addition, before considering publication, please discuss your analyses with us to ensure that we are able to inform you of any data oddities that might affect your results.
Please understand that we cannot always process a request immediately and it may take some time to collect the information, especially if we are in the field.
Please cite MARINe in all publications containing these data. The citation should include the following:
This study utilized data collected by the Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans and the Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network: a long-term ecological consortium funded by many groups, including BOEM (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management), PISCO (Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans), and NPS (National Parks Service). For more information, please visit pacificrockyintertidal.org.
We highly recommend submitting a data request to obtain the most current version of our data that is relevant to your project; however our archived datasets and metadata are available on DATAOne if you are interested:
The information contained on this website, including data summaries and graphs, was developed by the rocky intertidal research group at University of California, Santa Cruz. The Principal Investigator for this group is Pete Raimondi. For any questions concerning this website, please contact Melissa Miner and Rani Gaddam.
For web related issues, please contact Rani Gaddam.