Milos Shallow Water Hydrothermal System: Autonomous temperature records (Summer2019 fieldwork)

Date 2019-09
Temporal extent 2019-09-23 -2019-09-27
Author(s) Puzenat Valentine1, Escartin JavierORCID2, Barreyre ThibautORCID4, Martelat Jean-EmmanuelORCID3
Affiliation(s) 1 : Institut de Physique du Globe de, Paris, France
2 : Laboratoire de Géologie, CNRS UMR 8538, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, France
3 : Laboratoire de Géologie, U. de Lyon, France
4 : Department of Earth Science/K.G. Jebsen Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen, Norway
DOI 10.17882/77656
Publisher SEANOE
Note Records of hydrothermal outflow and subseafloor temperature acquired with autonomous temperature sensors deployed by divers in Paleochori Bay (Milos shallow water hydrothermal system), in Sep. 2019.
Keyword(s) Hydrothermal system, Greece, Temperature, Hydrothermal flux, volcanism, Hydrothermalism

Raw temperature files from the Milos shallow water hydrothermal fields acquired in Paleochori Bay, Summer 2019 (23-27 Sep 2019). Files are separated in two folders : "Hexagon" study site  in Paleochori Bay, and "Paleochori_Bay" for the remaining  of the sites. Records are given by temperature sensor type  (NKE, ThermalBlanket, WHOI_HighT), and include  time-stamps (UTC time) and the temperature reading (in °C), in text or csv files. The Hexagon was studied during 2019 Milos Fieldwork in  dives 1, 2 and 3 using NKE and WHOI_HighT sensors along  with a thermal blanket. Paleochori Bay was studied during dives 4, 5 and 6  using NKE sensors only. Table S1 and S2 provide details of all the deployments,  and of the temperature values reported in the paper.  These tables also provide the start and end time for  each deployment, as well as the corresponding instrument.


Licence CC-BY-NC-ND
Utilisation Not for commercial use. While these data is open access, we encourage users to contact the authors for information regarding their use.
Acknowledgments This work was partially funded by projects INSU-SYSTER to J.-E. Martelat and J. Escartin, with additional support from IPGP, U. Lyon, an U. Bergen.
Sensor metadata

Autonomous temperature sensors (NKE, WHOI High-T, Thermal blankett)

File Size Format Processing Access
Zip file including a) temperature records acquired in Sep. 2019 at Paleochori Bay hydrothermal system (Milos), b) tables description of deployments and parameters, c) readme file. 258 MB CSV Processed data Open access
Readme file with info on zip file 3 KB TEXTE Open access
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Puzenat Valentine, Escartin Javier, Barreyre Thibaut, Martelat Jean-Emmanuel (2019). Milos Shallow Water Hydrothermal System: Autonomous temperature records (Summer2019 fieldwork). SEANOE.

In addition to properly cite this dataset, it would be appreciated that the following work(s) be cited too, when using this dataset in a publication :

Puzenat Valentine, Escartin Javier, Martelat Jean-Emmanuel, Barreyre Thibaut, Bauer Sven Le Moine, Nomikou Paraskevi, Gracias Nuno, Allemand Pascal, Antoniou Varvara, Coskun Omer, Garcia Rafael, Grandjean Philippe, Jørgensen Steffen Leth, Magí Lluís, Mandalakis Manolis, Orsi William, Polymenakou Paraskevi, Schouw Anders, Vallicrosa Guillem, Vlasopoulos Othonas (2021). Shallow-water hydrothermalism at Milos (Greece): Nature, distribution, heat fluxes and impact on ecosystems. Marine Geology, 106521-.