IEDA: Marine Geoscience Data System IEDA
AT11-13 Conductivity, CTD:Ancillary, Pressure, Temperature
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Uncalibrated Hydrographic Data acquired with a CTD from the Juan de Fuca Spreading Center acquired during the Atlantis expedition AT11-13 (2004)
This data set was acquired with a Sea-Bird SBE-911 CTD during Atlantis expedition AT11-13 conducted in 2004 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Deborah Kelley). These data files are of Sea-Bird CTD format and include Temperature, Pressure, Conductivity, and Ancillary CTD data that have not been processed. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): Determining the Limits to Life in Submarine Hydrothermal Systems, Next Generation Flux Meters For Enhanced Geochemical And High-Resolution Real-Time Benthic Flux Monitoring, and Towards Quantifying Elemental Fluxes and Fluid Origins from Margins Using Novel Submarine Instrumentation, and funding was provided by NSF grant(s): OCE02-21900, OCE02-41998, OCE02-42034, OCE02-42089, OCE02-42091, OCE04-25645, and OCE04-26109.
Kelley, Deborah
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UW
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CTD
Sea-Bird:SBE-911+
Platform
Atlantis (CTD)
WHOI
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0
Data have not been processed or modified since acquisition (e.g. Realtime navigation or sonar data, raw images etc.).

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