Milos Shallow Water Hydrothermal System: AUV seafloor photomosaics (July 2019 fieldwork)
|Author(s)||Puzenat Valentine1, Gracias Nuno4, Martelat Jean-Emmanuel3, Escartin Javier2, Garcia Rafael4|
|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 : Computer Vision and Robotics Group, University of Girona, Spain
|Note||AUV seafloor photomosaics from the shallow-water Milos hydrothermal field, acquired at Paleochori and Spathi Bays inJuly 2019|
|Keyword(s)||Hydrothermal system, Greece, photomosaics, Hydrothermal flux, volcanism, Hydrothermalism, seafloor mapping|
AUV photomosaics of the seafloor at the shallow-water Milos hydrothermal system. Photomosaics were acquired with the Sparus II (Iqua, Girona) AUV and constructed from vertically acquired still images. Images were acquired in July 2019 at the Paleochori and Spathi Bays. Photomosaics are provided as geotiffs (UTM Zone 35). This dataset includes both original photomosaics, that show distortions due to AUV navigation drift, and georeferenced photomosaics, that have been registered with the associated drone photomosaics at these same areas.
|Utilisation||Not for commercial use. While these data is open access, we encourage users to contact the authors for information regarding their use.|
|Acknowledgements||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.|
AUV Sparus II (Iqua, Girona, Spain). Imagery acquired with a vertically mounted camera. Photomosaics were generated by renavigation and blending (processing by U. of Girona).