ABRACOS 2 cruise - Physical datasets

Date 2017
Temporal extent 2017-04-08 -2017-05-09
Author(s) Bertrand ArnaudORCID1, Alory GaelORCID2, Chaigneau AlexisORCID2, Eldin Gérard2, Grelet JacquesORCID3, Devesa Jeremy4, Bonnet Delphine5, Carre Claire1, Souza Lira Alex6, Garcia Xiomara6, Melo Pedro6, Nole Leandro6, Padovani Beatrice6, Roudaut Gildas7, Travassos Paulo6, Vargas Gary6, Souza Dos Santos Arthur8, Rousselot Pierre3
Affiliation(s) 1 : UMR MARBEC (MARINE BIODIVERSITÉ, EXPLOITATION ET CONSERVATION), Avenue Jean Monnet, CS 30171, 34203 Sète Cedex, France
2 : IRD, Laboratoire d'Etudes en Géophysique et Océanographie Spatiales (LEGOS), Brest, France
3 : IRD, Unité de service Instrumentation, Moyens, Analytiques, Observatoires en Géophysique et Océanographie (IMAGO), Brest, France
4 : University of Brest, France
5 : University of Montpellier, France
6 : Federal Rural University of Pernambuco, Brazil
7 : IRD, UMR LEMAR, BP70 29280 Plouzané, FRANCE
8 : Marine, Brazil
DOI 10.17882/76352
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) CTD-O2, SADCP, TSG
Abstract

Physical data associated with the ABRACO2 cruise. The ABRACOS2 cruise's main objective was to draw up a 3D characterisation of the abiotic and biotic compartments and their interactions. The cruise had 3 specific objectives: 1) Characterisation of water masses and their dynamics. Data collected (ADCP, CTD, rosette, etc.) will be used to study the physical connections between (i) ocean islands and coastal ecosystems and (ii) tropical/subtropical coastal regions to the South and equatorial coastal regions to the North. In-situ measurements will also make it possible to validate the regional high-resolution hydrodynamic models. 2) Ecosystem acoustics. Collecting multifrequency acoustic data in order to create the first 3D characterisation of island and coastal ecosystems in the Northeast Region of Brazil. Acoustic observations will be combined with sampling with pelagic trawl (Legs 1 and 2), bottom trawl (Leg 1), and with sampling of zooplankton and video images. 3) Biodiversity and food web structure. In-situ sampling will provide information about the distribution, biodiversity, trophic ecology (use of stable isotopes) and the contamination (methylmercury) of organisms. The related projects are ABRAÇOS and 'Planning in a liquid world: Marine spatial planning and network dynamics' (PADDLE), (H2020 RISE), (PI: M. Bonnin, 2017-2020).

Licence CC-BY
Sensor metadata

CTD-O2 profiles (with fluorescence, transmission and irradiance measurements), Thermosalinograph, Ship mounted ADCP OS75kHz

Data
File Size Format Processing Access
TSG dataset 11 MB NC, NetCDF Raw data Open access
CTD-O2 dataset 2 MB NC, NetCDF Quality controlled data Open access
SADCP dataset 5 MB LTA Raw data Open access
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Bertrand Arnaud, Alory Gael, Chaigneau Alexis, Eldin Gérard, Grelet Jacques, Devesa Jeremy, Bonnet Delphine, Carre Claire, Souza Lira Alex, Garcia Xiomara, Melo Pedro, Nole Leandro, Padovani Beatrice, Roudaut Gildas, Travassos Paulo, Vargas Gary, Souza Dos Santos Arthur, Rousselot Pierre (2017). ABRACOS 2 cruise - Physical datasets. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/76352