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  • This dataset contains the controled temperature data in °C from the two temperature sensor (Bottom and Top) inside the CISICS colonizer deployed between july 2014 and April 2015 (n=24924) inside an Aisics foothill fissure. (data acquired every 15 min.)

  • This dataset contains current data acquired between September 2016 and July 2017 using 2 TCM3 Ocean Bottom Tilt Current Meters installed next to the Tour Eiffel and Montségur hydrothermal vent sites. The TCM-3 Ocean Bottom Tilt Current Meter from Lowell Instruments LLC (North Falmouth, MA, USA) measures current using the drag-tilt principle. The logger is buoyant and is anchored to the bottom via a short flexible tether. Drag from moving water tilts the logger in the direction of flow. The logger’s accelerometer and magnetometer channels are used to record the amount of tilt and direction of tilt (compass bearing). The array comprised 3 currentmeters, deployed near the Tour Eiffel, Montségur and White Castle hydrothermal vent sites (the instrument at White Castle did not recover data). The array is not connected to an energy node. The currentmeter's internal clocks are set to UTC time before deployment. Clock drift after recovery is not implemented in data but added as metadata in the file "Sites and Sensor metadata". Important Note: This submission has been initially submitted to SEA scieNtific Open data Edition (SEANOE) publication service and received the recorded DOI. The metadata elements have been further processed (refined) in EMODnet Ingestion Service in order to conform with the Data Submission Service specifications.

  • This dataset contains dissolved iron concentrations ((Fe(II) + Fe(III); µmol/l) acquired during (Vuillemin et al., 2009)-[https://doi.org/0.1016/j.dsr.2009.02.002]). The sample inlet was positioned on the mussel bed at the base of the Tour Eiffel edifice of the Lucky Strike hydrothermal vent (1695 depth).CHEMINI Fe was mounted on the TEMPO module which was itself connected to the SeaMON East node of the EMSO-Azores observatory. Important Note: This submission has been initially submitted to SEA scieNtific Open data Edition (SEANOE) publication service and received the recorded DOI. The metadata elements have been further processed (refined) in EMODnet Ingestion Service in order to conform with the Data Submission Service specifications.

  • This dataset contains the controled temperature data in °C from the two temperature sensor (Bottom and Top) inside the CISICS colonizer deployed between September 2016 and February 2017 (n=24924) inside the Aisics Chimney. (data acquired every 15 min.)

  • Multibeam bathymetry data, gridded at 40m, acquired around the 13°20'N and 13°30'N oceanic detachments along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Bathymetric data was acquired by the PourQUoi Pas? multibeam system (RESON 7150). Data is provided as a grid in GRD format (GMT NETCDF). grdinfo of the file: ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Title: Bathy_40m.grd ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Command: File written by MATLAB function grdwrite2.m ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Remark: Created 22-Nov-2014 16:35:13 ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Gridline node registration used [Cartesian grid] ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Grid file format: nf = GMT netCDF format (32-bit float), COARDS, CF-1.5 ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: x_min: -45.14293893 x_max: -44.77177893 x_inc: 0.00036 name: x nx: 1032 ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: y_min: 13.20017553 y_max: 13.62389553 y_inc: 0.00036 name: y ny: 1178 ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: z_min: -4498.29248047 z_max: -1935.33117676 name: z ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: scale_factor: 1 add_offset: 0 ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: format: classic Important Note: This submission has been initially submitted to SEA scieNtific Open data Edition (SEANOE) publication service and received the recorded DOI. The metadata elements have been further processed (refined) in EMODnet Ingestion Service in order to conform with the Data Submission Service specifications.

  • This dataset contains temperature data acquired between July 2014 and april 2015 using 16 temperature probes (HTW, HTNKE and LTW) installed in smoker orifices or cracks. High-temperature WHOI probes (HTW) are composed of 2 J-type thermistors in the rod tip connected to 2 temperature data-loggers (named A & B), 2 data recordings are available for 1 HTW probe. They are able to record temperatures up to 415°C with an accuracy of ± 1.1°C, a resolution of 0.25°C at 375°C and a clock drift of 1min per month. High-temperature NKE probes (HTNKE) are able to record temperatures up to 450°C, with an accuracy of ±0.5°C, a resolution of 0.1°C and a clock drift of 1min/month. Low-temperature WHOI probes (LTW) are able to record temperatures up to 125°C. with an accuracy of ±0.22°C, a resolution of 0.025°C and a clock drift of ±1min per month. The array is not connected to an energy node. All probes are calibrated in time before deployment, probe time adjusted to UTC time. Temperature of probes is checked after recovery and before deployment. Clock drift after recovery is not implemented in data.

  • This dataset contains temperature data acquired between April 2015 and September 2016 using 17 temperature probes (HTW, HTWN, HTNKE and LTW) installed in smoker orifices or cracks. High-temperature WHOI probes (HTW) are composed of 2 J-type thermistors in the rod tip connected to 2 temperature data-loggers (named A & B), 2 data recordings are available for 1 HTW probe. They are able to record temperatures up to 415°C with an accuracy of ± 1.1°C, a resolution of 0.25°C at 375°C and a clock drift of 1min per month. High-temperature WHOI new probes (HTWN) are composed of 1 temperature data-logger and 1 attitude logger to measure absolute orientation (tilt) and acceleration. The thermocouple of their rod tip can be J or T-Type. Mostly used J-Type thermocouple is able to record temperatures up to 450°C, with an accuracy of ± 0.6°C, a resolution of 0,03°C and a clock drift of 1min/year. High-temperature NKE probes (HTNKE) are able to record temperatures up to 450°C, with an accuracy of ±0.5°C, a resolution of 0.1°C and a clock drift of 1min/month. Low-temperature WHOI probes (LTW) are able to record temperatures up to 125°C. with an accuracy of ±0.22°C, a resolution of 0.025°C and a clock drift of ±1min per month. The array is not connected to an energy node. All probes are calibrated in time before deployment, probe time adjusted to UTC time. Temperature of probes is checked after recovery and before deployment. Clock drift after recovery is not implemented in data.

  • Multibeam bathymetry data, gridded at 40m, acquired around the 13°20'N and 13°30'N oceanic detachments along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Bathymetric data was acquired by the PourQUoi Pas? multibeam system (RESON 7150). Data is provided as a grid in GRD format (GMT NETCDF). grdinfo of the file: + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Title: Bathy_40m.grd + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Command: File written by MATLAB function grdwrite2.m + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Remark: Created 22-Nov-2014 16:35:13 + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Gridline node registration used [Cartesian grid] + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: Grid file format: nf = GMT netCDF format (32-bit float), COARDS, CF-1.5 + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: x_min: -45.14293893 x_max: -44.77177893 x_inc: 0.00036 name: x nx: 1032 + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: y_min: 13.20017553 y_max: 13.62389553 y_inc: 0.00036 name: y ny: 1178 + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: z_min: -4498.29248047 z_max: -1935.33117676 name: z + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: scale_factor: 1 add_offset: 0 + ODEMAR_Shipboard_Bathymetry_40m.grd: format: classic