Gridded bathymetric data along the ultraslow spreading Southwest Indian Ridge between the Gallieni TF and the Rodrigues triple Junction

Six large grids were obtained by merging multibeam bathymetric data from several international cruises along the Southwest Indian Ridge from the Gallieni Transform Fault (54°E) to the Rodrigues Triple Junction (70°E). The spatial resolution is about 150 m. This dataset was used in several scientific papers.

Six large grids were obtained by merging multibeam bathymetric data from several international cruises along the Southwest Indian Ridge from the Gallieni Transform Fault (54°E) to the Rodrigues Triple Junction (70°E). The spatial resolution is about 150 m. This dataset was used in several scientific papers.

Disciplines

Marine geology

Keywords

Multibeam bathymetric data, grids, ultraslow spreading, Southwest Indian Ridge

Location

-25N, -36S, 70E, 54W

Devices

The following Table is from the Sauter et al. 2011 Geology paper.

 

Data

FileSizeFormatProcessingAccess
grid of the SWIR section from Atlantis II TF to Novara TF
87 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
grid of the SWIR section from Gallieni TF to Atlantis II TF
87 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
grid of the SWIR section from Melville TF to 66°E
87 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
grid of the SWIR section from Novara TF to Melville TF
87 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
grid of the SWIR section from 68°E to the Rodrigues Triple Junction
21 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
grid of the SWIR section from 62°30'E to 69°30'E
102 MoGMT NETCDFProcessed data
How to cite
Sauter Daniel, Cannat Mathilde (2022). Gridded bathymetric data along the ultraslow spreading Southwest Indian Ridge between the Gallieni TF and the Rodrigues triple Junction. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/90631
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 :
Sauter Daniel, Sloan Heather, Cannat Mathilde, Goff John, Patriat Philippe, Schaming Marc, Roest Walter (2011). From slow to ultra-slow: How does spreading rate affect seafloor roughness and crustal thickness?. GEOLOGY. 39 (10). 911-914. https://doi.org/10.1130/G32028.1

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