South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Northern Gannet

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15 Sep 2016

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These data represent densities of northern gannet across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, northern gannet were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Bird counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total bird count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which northern gannet were present are also provided.

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This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

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North Carolina Layers - Fishing Hotspots

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12 Sep 2016

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Phalaropes

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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of phalaropes across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, phalaropes were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which phalaropes were present are also provided.

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This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Loons

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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of loons across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, loons were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which loons were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - All Marine Birds

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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of all marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which marine birds were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Gulls

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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of gulls across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, gulls were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which gulls were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Terns

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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of terns across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, terns were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which terns were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Scaups

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643
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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of scaups across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, scaups were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which scaups were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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South Carolina Marine Bird Density - Scoters

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632
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15 Sep 2016

This dataset was first added to Koordinates on 15 Sep 2016.

These data represent densities of scoters across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, scoters were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast. Density standard deviations are included to show the variation in density across surveys of a given month and distance from the coast. The number of surveys performed and surveys in which scoters were present are also provided.

© U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
This layer is a component of South Carolina Marine Bird Density.

This map service includes data layers being used by the South Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force in their decision making process.

These data represent densities of marine bird species across the marine waters off the coast of South Carolina, as surveyed between 2008-2014. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service surveys were performed in February, March, August, and October and include wintering sea duck surveys (2008-2011), Atlantic Marine Assessment Program for Protected Species (AMAPPS) surveys (2010-2011, 2012|x2|, 2014), and a South Carolina and Georgia Coast survey (2012). Across these ten surveys, marine birds were counted along transects and grouped into various distances (in nautical miles) from the coast. Species counts were then aggregated across surveys by month and distance from coast. Densities (birds per square kilometer) were calculated by dividing the total species count by the total area surveyed for a given month and distance from the coast.

NOAA provides the information “as-is” and shall incur no responsibility or liability as to the completeness or accuracy of this information. NOAA assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. For additional information, please contact the NOAA Coastal Services Center (csc.noaa.gov/contact/contactForm.htm).

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