An ancillary data is Data collected from studies within EMAP but not used directly in the computation of an indicator. ancillary data can help characterize parameters and assist in the interpretation of data sets; time, stage of tide, and weather conditions are examples of ancillary data. (Term added 1993. See related: auxiliary data.)

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