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rfa=If you use these data in publications or presentation, please acknowledge the EMSO Project Office of MIO/OSU Pytheas. Also, we would appreciate receiving a preprint and/or reprint of publications using the data for inclusion in our bibliography. Relevant publications should be sent to: Dominique Lefevre EMSO Project MIO UMR 7294 CNRS, Campus de Luminy 13288 Marseille cedex9
license=The data may be used and redistributed for free but is not intended for legal use. These are raw and uncorrected data and may contain inaccuracies. Neither the data Contributor, MIO, OSU Pytheas, CNRS, nor the French Government, nor any of their employees or contractors, makes any warranty, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any legal liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness, of this information.
summary=The European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water column Observatory (EMSO) is a research infrastructure distributed throughout Europe for seabed and water column observatories. It aims to further explore the oceans, better understand the phenomena that occur on the seabed, and elucidate the critical role that these phenomena play in global Earth systems. This observatory is based on observation sites (or nodes) that have been deployed in strategic locations in European seas, from the Arctic to the Atlantic, from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea. There are currently eleven deep water nodes plus four shallow water test nodes. EMSO Ligure West is one of these permanent underwater observatories located in the Ligurian Sea and is deployed off Toulon, France. This region was chosen for its particular scientific interests such as: seismicity, topography, turbidity, biodiversity, water mass dynamics and organic matter flow. This underwater observation network is also part of KM3NeT (https://www.km3net.org/) which has a modular topology designed to connect up to 120 neutrino detection units. Earth and Sea Science (ESS) instrumentation connected to KM3NeT is based on two complementary components: an instrumented interface module (MII) and an autonomous instrumented line (ALBATROSS). The ALBATROSS line is an inductive line (2000 m) composed of an acoustic communication system, two inductive cables equipped with CTD-O2 sensors, current meters and two instrumented buoys. This line is deployed at a distance of 2-3 kilometers from the MII, and communication on land is done by an acoustic link with the MII, and electro-optical cable via the KM3NeT node.
lineage= ALBATROSS, the Autonomous Line with a Broad Acoustic Transmission for Research in Oceanography and Sea Sciences, is a standalone deep sea mooring dedicated to the long term monitoring of hydrological and biogeochemical properties. The data are transmitted in real time to the shore using the inductive cable along the mooring line and an acoustic link with the MII
project=EMSO http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France
description= http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-Western-Ligurian-Sea/Infrastructure-description
title=EMSO Ligure Ouest (NetCDF files)
keywords=MIO, OSU Pytheas, CNRS, station, real-time, EMSO-ERIC, KM3NeT, Biogeochemistry, Observatory ,GeoSciences , oxygen temperature , salinity, pressure, Sea current, France, Sea Regions, Mediterranean Sea, Western Basin Oceanographic, environmental data, climate change
comment= Scientific objectives at Ligurian site http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-Western-Ligurian-Sea/Scientific-objectives
history=The infrastructure is dedicated to long term in situ observation. Based on instrumentation of the water column, this infrastructure aims at obtaining continuous in situ and near real-time measurements. This infrastructureMII (Interface Instrumented Module) is a cabled infrastructure and ALBATROSS (Autonomous Line with a Broad Acoustic Transmission for Research in Oceanography and Sea Sciences) is a standalone deep sea mooring dedicated to the long term monitoring of hydrological and biogeochemical properties. The data are transmitted in real time to the shore using the inductive cable along the mooring line and an acoustic link with the MII. This infrastructure has been developed by the DT INSU, to take into account surface ocean circulation (i.e. North Mediterranean Current, water mass dynamics including deep water formation, surface-to-bottom material fluxes and associated biogeochemical processes. Real Time data taking is operational since May 2019 for MII and August 2019 for ALBATROSS. MII EQUIPMENTS : 1 Microcat SBE 37, 1 Aquadopp Nortek 2 MHz, 1 transmissiometer, Wetlab, 1 pressure sensor Aanderaa(HS), 1 oxygen optode Aanderaa (HS), 1 acoustic modem (Evologic). MII MEASURED PARAMETERS : (2436 m) : temperature/salinity/oxygen - current ALBATROSS EQUIPMENTS 6 Microcat SBE 37 ODO, 2 Microcat SBE 37, 6 Aquadopp 2Mhz Nortek, 1 acoustic modem Evologic, 2 inductive modem Seabird, 1 data acquisition unit. Target depths in meters 500, 750,1000,1250, 1500, 2000,2200, 2400. DOI: 10.17882/47129 https://www.seanoe.org/data/00360/47129/
featuretype=timeserie
cdm_data_type=timeserie
cdm_timeserie_variables="depth,latitude,longitude"
conventions="CF-1.6, ACDD-1.3"
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