MiCO
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MiCO collects animal tracking data from around the world, analyzes them and produces data products on area use in the form of nodes (e.g. feeding, breeding, etc.) and corridors.

This section lists all migratory species MiCO is working on and overviews of their migrations and other activities.

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How are the national waters (EEZs) used by migratory species?

Nodes and corridors MiCO produced are associated with national waters (EEZs) of countries.

This section lists countries with EEZs and overviews on how migratory species use these areas.

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Who has contributed?

The development of the MiCO system and products are only possible with the participation of many researchers all over the world.

This section lists all contributors and overviews of their contributions.

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Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO)

Terms of Use*


MiCO system data (nodes, corridors, or summary statistics) are provided to the public free of charge. By using the MiCO system, including viewing online tools, maps, and downloadable products, the user agrees to the following (these "Terms of Use"):

  1. Data developed for MiCO are licensed under the CC-BY sharing policy, where permission is not required from the MiCO data manager or original data provider(s) for use. Proper credit/citations are required (see below for MiCO reference).
  2. The citation of any publication, report, or product that made use of the data or tools provided by MiCO will be forwarded to the MiCO data manager (data@mico.eco) for inclusion in our list of references.
  3. The MiCO system developers and the original data providers are not liable for errors in the data. While we have made every effort to ensure the quality of the contributed data, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of these datasets.

The following reference must be included in any publication, product, or commercial application that makes use of MiCO products (nodes, corridors, or summary statistics). Additionally, an acknowledgement of the original data providers or associated references would be appreciated, but is not required.


Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO). Highly migratory marine species nodes and corridors, developed with data contributed to MiCO. Available from the MiCO System Version 1.0. MiCO. https://mico.eco. Accessed MM/DD/YYYY.

*Terms of Use v1.0 - updated 20 March 2019

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About the MiCO System (v.1.0)

MiCO's overall goal is to aggregate and generate actionable knowledge to support worldwide policy planning and conservation efforts for numerous migratory species and the oceans on which they depend. One objective is to provide this knowledge to the public through an online, freely accessible system with 1) tools to visualize how marine migratory species use and connect areas within the oceans, and 2) information on the scientific evidence used to support this knowledge. MiCO system users can access data using customized filters, view information and create maps within specific areas of interest, and download the data and metadata for additional analyses.


To continue using the MiCO System, please refer to the Terms of Use below and agree on it.

Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO)

Terms of Use*


MiCO system data (nodes, corridors, or summary statistics) are provided to the public free of charge. By using the MiCO system, including viewing online tools, maps, and downloadable products, the user agrees to the following (these "Terms of Use"):

  1. Data developed for MiCO are licensed under the CC-BY sharing policy, where permission is not required from the MiCO data manager or original data provider(s) for use. Proper credit/citations are required (see below for MiCO reference).
  2. The citation of any publication, report, or product that made use of the data or tools provided by MiCO will be forwarded to the MiCO data manager (data@mico.eco) for inclusion in our list of references.
  3. The MiCO system developers and the original data providers are not liable for errors in the data. While we have made every effort to ensure the quality of the contributed data, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of these datasets.

The following reference must be included in any publication, product, or commercial application that makes use of MiCO products (nodes, corridors, or summary statistics). Additionally, an acknowledgement of the original data providers or associated references would be appreciated, but is not required.


Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO). Highly migratory marine species nodes and corridors, developed with data contributed to MiCO. Available from the MiCO System Version 1.0. MiCO. https://mico.eco. Accessed MM/DD/YYYY.

*Terms of Use v1.0 - updated 20 March 2019

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Acknowledgements: Established in 2019, the MiCO system has been developed in collaboration with the MiCO consortium of scientific researchers, policy-makers, and data providers from a network of scientific communities since 2016. Thank you to the many partners, data contributors, and support/funding from the Global Ocean Biodiversity (GOBI) - International Climate Initiative (IKI) Project for making this effort possible.

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