CHEMINI total dissolved iron concentrations from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2017-2018

Date 2019-10-21
Temporal extent 2017-07-22 -2018-03-16
Author(s) Laes AgatheORCID1, Sarradin Pierre-MarieORCID1, Cannat Mathilde2
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ifremer, France
2 : CNRS, IPGP, France
DOI 10.17882/69867
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) Mid-Atlantic Ridge, EMSO, Lucky Strike, Buoy, Time-series, Transmission, MoMAR, BOREL, TEMPO

This dataset contains dissolved iron concentrations ((Fe(II) + Fe(III); µmol/l) acquired between July 2017 and March 2018 (n=168) using the CHEMINI Fe, a CHEmical MINIaturized analyser (samples taken every 12 hours, with daily in situ calibration using a 20 µmol/l iron standard, Vuillemin et al., 2009). 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 (CF2) was mounted on the TEMPO module which was itself connected to the SeaMON East node of the EMSO-Azores observatory.

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CHEMINI Fe is a CHEmical MINIaturized analyser based on flow injection analysis with colorimetric detection for the determination of Fe(II) + Fe(III).

EMSO data are published without any warranty, express or implied. The user assumes all risk arising from his/her use of EMSO data. EMSO data are intended to be research-quality and include estimates of data quality and accuracy, but it is possible that these estimates or the data themselves contain errors. It is the sole responsibility of the user to assess if the data are appropriate for his/her use, and to interpret the data, data quality, and data accuracy accordingly. EMSO welcomes users to ask questions and report problems to the contact addresses listed in the data files or on the EMSO web page.

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Laes Agathe, Sarradin Pierre-Marie, Cannat Mathilde (2019). CHEMINI total dissolved iron concentrations from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2017-2018. SEANOE.