Gombessa 5 cruise: CTD profiles in western Mediterranean, July 2019
|Temporal extent||2019-07-01 -2019-07-22|
|Author(s)||Deter Julie1, 2, Juhel Jean-Baptiste1, Boulanger Emilie3, Guellati Nacim1, Mauron Stephen2, Holon Florian2, Mouillot David1, Hocdé Régis1|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : MARBEC, Univ Montpellier, CNRS, Ifremer, IRD, Montpellier, France
2 : Andromède Océanologie, Mauguio, France
3 : CEFE, Univ Montpellier, CNRS, EPHE, IRD, Univ Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, Montpellier, France
This dataset contains the CTD data collected during the GOMBESSA 5 cruise, from 1 to 25 July 2019, in the western Mediterranean, jointly by the Andromède océanologie (France) and MARBEC MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation (France) teams in the framework of the MEGAFAUNA research project.
The full-depth CTD profiles were performed using an autonomous SeaBird SBE 19plus V2 SeaCAT Profiler CTD, from the Zembra vessel belonging to Andromède océanologie (France).
15 stations, from the depth of 200 m to the surface, were sampled off the French and Monegasque coasts (western Mediterranean basin) between latitude 43.06-43.69 °N and longitude 5.65-7.31 °E.
The accuracy, specified by the manufacturer, were ± 0.005 °C for temperature and ± 0.0005 S/m for conductivity.
The dataset is provided as an ODV (Ocean Data View) collection, which contains, for each station the following parameters:
The ZIP archives contain 1/ a map of stations 2/ the list of the ID stations and geographic coordinates 3/ all raw data acquired, for all parameters, in ODV format, 4/ in NetCDF format, 5/ in CSV format and 6/ one vertical profile graph of the Sea Water Temperature for each station.
All data acquired are publicly accessible without any restriction (under CC-BY licence). The extracted data are accessible from this GOMBESSA 5 landing page with a downloadable ZIP file.
|Utilisation||All data acquired are publicly accessible without any restriction (under CC-BY licence). The extracted data are accessible from this GOMBESSA 5 landing page with a downloadable ZIP file.|
|Acknowledgements||This work was carried out as part of a project of the joint laboratory InToSea uniting Andromède océanologie and the University of Montpellier (UMR MARBEC). The GOMBESSA 5 cruise was led by Andromède Océanologie and supported by Blancpain, the Prince Albert II de Monaco Foundation, the Société des explorations de Monaco and Agence de l’eau Rhône-Méditerranée-Corse (French Water Agency). The authors also want to thank ARTE, INPP (Institut National de Plongée Professionnelle), Les Gens Bien Production, Région Sud, Fondation IRIS, Fondation Véolia, Agence Française pour la Biodiversité, CNC, Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur, Parc National des Calanques, Océanopolis Brest, Ushuaïa TV, AP divig, Aqualung, Nikon, Syera, HE2B ISEK, Molecular, Seacam, Bigblue, Keldan, Neotek, enlaps, RG Blue, Azoth Systems, Subspace pictures, Topstar without whom this expedition would not have been possible.|
See the datasheet of the ‘SBE 19plus V2 SeaCAT’ Seabird profiler on the manufacturer website.