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https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803/ public CLAPPP : New Caledonian lagoons: CTD Profiles (CSV files) CLAPPP Project : Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) profile (Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files) station voh1-6. The New Caledonia lagoons show high seasonal and interannual variability (related to El Nino - Southern Oscillation (ENSO) - variability). They present a great diversity of local situations linked to differences in their geomorphology, to the nature of terrigenous inputs and to varied anthropogenic pressure\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (m)\nTemperature\nConductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity)\nSalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, PSU)\nFluorescence\nIrradiance\nDensity\nTurbidity\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803/index.htmlTable https://dataset.osupytheas.fr/geonetwork/srv/fre/catalog.search#/metadata/2b52defe-e5f3-4fe2-9f2f-741d90e624ea (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR7294 CNRS - OSU Pytheas CLAPP_CTD_OutCSV_a803
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/JULIO_520b_d701_f293 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/JULIO_520b_d701_f293.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/JULIO_520b_d701_f293/ public CTD files download (csv, netcdf) station JULIO and ROMARIN fichiers (*.csv, .nc ) profile CTD station JULIO\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\nurl\nname (File Name)\nlastModified (Last Modified, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsize (bytes)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/JULIO_520b_d701_f293/index.htmlTable http://www.mio.univ-amu.fr/ (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/JULIO_520b_d701_f293.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=JULIO_520b_d701_f293&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas JULIO_520b_d701_f293
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV 2014-2015) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nDEPH\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nAmplitude_X\nAmplitude_Y\nAmplitude_Z\nBattery\nSVEL\n... (7 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2014
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV 2015-2016) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nID\nDEPH\nPRES (Pressure)\nTEMP (Temperature)\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nSVEL\nHeading\n... (4 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2015
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV 2016-2017) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\nId\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nDepth\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nAmplitude_X\nAmplitude_Y\nAmplitude_Z\nBatterie\n... (8 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2016
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV 2018-2019) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\nId\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nDepth\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nAmplitude_X\nAmplitude_Y\nAmplitude_Z\nBatterie\n... (8 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2018
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV files from 2021-07) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\nId\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nProfondeur\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nAmplitude_X\nAmplitude_Y\n... (10 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Aquadopp_CSV_2021
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV 2014-2015) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nID\nDEPH\nPRES (Pressure)\nTEMP (Temperature)\nCNDC\nDOX1\nTPOT\nDOX2\nPSAL\nDENS\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2014
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV 2015-2016) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nID\nDEPH\nPRES (Pressure)\nTEMP (Temperature)\nCNDC\nDOX1\nTPOT\nDOX2\nPSAL\nDENS\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2015
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV 2016-2017) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nTIME_QC\nDEPH\nCNDC\nCNDC_QC\nPRES (Pressure)\nPRES_QC\nTEMP (Temperature)\nTEMP_QC\nTPOT\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2016
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV 2018-2019) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nTIME_QC\nCNDC\nDEPH\nCNDC_QC\nPRES (Pressure)\nDENS\nDENS_QC\nPRES_QC\nTEMP (Temperature)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2018
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV 2019-2020) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nSensor_serial_number\nDEPH\nTEMP (Temperature)\nCNDC\nPRES (Pressure)\nDOX1\nPSAL\nTPOT\nOSAT\nDENS\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2019
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : Albatross mooring, MICROCAT sensor (CSV files from 2021-07) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nSensor_serial_number\nDEPH\nTEMP (Temperature)\nCNDC\nPRES (Pressure)\nDOX1\nDOX2\nPSAL\nTPOT\nOSAT\nDENS\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Albatross_Microcat_CSV_2021
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : MII, AQUADOPP sensor (CSV files from 2017-09) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nX_East\nY_North\nZ_Up\nAmplitude_X\nAmplitude_Y\nAmplitude_Z\nBatterie\n... (8 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Aquadopp_CSV_2017
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : MII, CSTAR sensor (CSV files from 2017-09) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Date Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nInstrument_Serial\nReference_Counts\nSignal_Counts\nCorrected_Signal_raw_counts\nCalculated_Beam_c_inverse_meters\nInternal_thermistor_counts\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Cstar_CSV_2017
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : MII, MICROCAT sensor (CSV files from 2017-09) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Date Time Computer, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nTemperature\nConductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity)\nPressure\nDateTime_Instrument (Date Time Instrument, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Microcat_CSV_2017
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017/ public EMSO Western Ligurian : MII, OXYGEN sensor (CSV files from 2017-09) 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 Western Ligurian 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 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (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.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Date Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nOptode_Type\nOptode_Serial\nOxygen\nSaturation_Oxygen\nTemperature\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_MII_Oxygen_CSV_2017
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023/ public EMSO-LO Western Ligurian : BJS_Bathydock Optode sensors (CSV files from 2023-09-20) 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 Western Ligurian (EMSO-WL) 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 located close by 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 at the EMSO-WL station is based on two complementary components: an instrumented interface module (MII) and an autonomous instrumented line (ALBATROSS) as well as a junction box (BJS). The BathyFamily is a package of innovative multi-instrumented platforms to observe the deep sea. BathyBot is an Internet Operated Vehicle (IOV) deployed from a landing station (BathyDock), and close to BathyReef a 3D-printed biomimetic colonizer\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Datetime, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nProfondeur\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\noptode_type\nserial\nO2_concentration\nO2_saturation\nTemperature\nCalibrated_Phase\nTemp_Compensated_Phase\n... (5 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Optodes_CSV_2023
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023/ public EMSO-LO Western Ligurian : BJS_Bathydock_Bathybot Aquadopp sensor (CSV files from 2023-09-20) EMSO-LO Western Ligurian : BathyBot, Aquadopp sensor (Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files from 2023-04-28). 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 Western Ligurian (EMSO-WL) 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 located close by 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 at the EMSO-WL station is based on two complementary components: an instrumented interface module (MII) and an autonomous instrumented line (ALBATROSS) as well as a junction box (BJS). The BathyFamily is a package of innovative multi-instrumented platforms to observe the deep sea. BathyBot is an Internet Operated Vehicle (IOV) deployed from a landing station (BathyDock), and close to BathyReef a 3D-printed biomimetic colonizer\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Datetime, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nProfondeur\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nX_East (m.s-1)\nY_North (m.s-1)\nZ_up (m.s-1)\nAmplitude_X (1)\nAmplitude_Y (1)\nAmplitude_Z (1)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Aquadopp_CSV_2023
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023 https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023/ public EMSO-LO Western Ligurian : BJS_Bathydock_Bathybot Microcat sensors (CSV files from 2023-09-20) 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 Western Ligurian (EMSO-WL) 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 located close by 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 at the EMSO-WL station is based on two complementary components: an instrumented interface module (MII) and an autonomous instrumented line (ALBATROSS) as well as a junction box (BJS). The BathyFamily is a package of innovative multi-instrumented platforms to observe the deep sea. BathyBot is an Internet Operated Vehicle (IOV) deployed from a landing station (BathyDock), and close to BathyReef a 3D-printed biomimetic colonizer\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Datetime, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nProfondeur (metre)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nTemperature (degree_C)\nConductivite (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, Siemens per metre)\nPression (decibars)\nSalinite (PSU)\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023/index.htmlTable http://www.emso-fr.org/EMSO-France (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR 7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Emso_Western_Ligurian_Bathybot_Microcat_CSV_2023
log in ICOS Meteo files (CSV files) station OHP ICOS, Projet ICOS Observatoire Haute Provence. ICOS Meteo files (CSV files) station OHP ICOS - Projet ICOS Observatoire Haute Provence. fchier MTO. Observatoire Sciences Univers\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\nstation\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nair_temp10_degree_C (Air Temp10 [degree C])\nair_pressure10_hpa (Air Pressure)\nhumidity10_percent (Humidity10 [percent %])\nwind_speed10_m_s_1 (Wind Speed)\nwind_direction10_degree (Wind From Direction)\nair_temp50_degree_C (Air Temp50 [degree C])\nhumidity50_percent (Humidity50 [percent %])\nwind_speed50_m_s_1 (Wind Speed)\nwind_direction50_degree (Wind From Direction)\nair_temp100_degree_C (Air Temp100 [degree C])\nhumidity100_percent (Humidity100 [percent %])\nwind_speed100_m_s_1 (Wind Speed)\nwind_direction100_degree (Wind From Direction)\n OSU Pytheas institut - Observatoire de Haute Provence CSV_3d66_7f82_fe2d
https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b.subset https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/tabledap/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b.graph https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/files/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b/ public Maupiti Hoe 2018 (CSV files) The scientific objectives of the project MAUPITI HOE are to understand the hydrodynamics of an archetypal reef-lagoon system of a high volcanic reef island. The physical functioning of the hydrosystem involves a fine coupling between water levels, waves (including wind, infragravity and VLF waves), currents and seabed structure (reef roughness). The present data focuses on the reef barrier dynamics\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nstation_id\ntime (Datetime, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsea_surface_swell_wave_significant_height (meter)\nsea_surface_infragravity_waves_significant_height (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, meter)\nsurface_elevation\n https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b_fgdc.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b_iso19115.xml https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/info/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b/index.htmlTable http://www.mio.osupytheas.fr/ (external link) http://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/rss/Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b.rss https://erddap.osupytheas.fr/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b&showErrors=false&email= MIO UMR7294 CNRS / OSU Pytheas Maupiti_all_2e8d_0018_629b

 
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