Milos Shallow Water Hydrothermal System: Drone seafloor photomosaics (July/September 2019 fieldwork)

Drone photomosaics of the seafloor at the shallow-water Milos hydrothermal system. Photomosaics were acquired with a Phantom and a Mavic Pro drone. Images were acquired in July and September 2019. Photomosaics are provided as geotiffs (UTM Zone 35).



Environment, Marine geology, Biological oceanography


Hydrothermal system, Greece, photomosaics, Hydrothermal flux, volcanism, Hydrothermalism, seafloor mapping, drone


36.676N, 36.661S, 24.537E, 24.494W


Mavic Pro drone

Phantom Pro drone


Zip file containing 3 geotiff photomosaics acquired un July-September 2019 over the Milos shallow water hydrothermal system, at the bays of Agia Kyriaki, Paleochori, and Spathi, and associated readme
108 MoIMAGEProcessed data
Readme text associated with drone geotiff photomosaics from the Milos shallow water hydrothermal site (July-Sep 2019)
How to cite
Martelat Jean-Emmanuel, Puzenat Valentine, Escartin Javier, Grandjean Philippe (2019). Milos Shallow Water Hydrothermal System: Drone seafloor photomosaics (July/September 2019 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-.

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