Datasets from the IYS expeditions are in various stages of being
published. A dataset status number (1-5) is assgned to datasets and a
FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) badge is assigned
when the data reach level 5.
Dataset status levels:
- Level 1: Data only have a metadata record, no data have been
- Level 2: Data have a metadata record, data have been received and
are available internally to IYS expedition scientists but not yet
- Level 3: Data have a metadata record and only a subset of the data
have been standardized and made publicly available in a domain-specific
- Level 4: Data have a metadata record and a non-standardized version
of the dataset is publicly available.
- Level 5: Data have a metadata record and the full fidelity of the
dataset is standardized and available in a domain-specific
Summary of Data Holdings
Last updated: 2023-02-08
Fig 1. The number of datasets received from the 2019 (Kagaonovsky), 2020
(Pacific Legacy) and 2022 International Year of the Salmon Expeditions.
Figure 2. The number of datasets from the 2022 IYS Expeditions in the
‘At sea observations / Data reported in Cruise Report’ Data Category
defined in the IYS Data Policy either received or not received organized
by vessel. Green colour indicates received, red indicates not received.
Hover over each block to identify the dataset.
Table 1. Data that have been published and are publicly
Data Available Internally
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Table 2. Data that are not yet available publicly but are available
Data Not Received
Table 3. Data that have not yet been received and/or published.
Please contact the data provider for data access.
Priority 2022 Data Not Received