Geochemistry of hydrothermal fluids at the Lucky Strike Hydrothermal Field data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2010

High temperature hydrothermal fluids are collected during the MOMARSAT 2010 cruise by gas-tight fluid sampler manipulated and triggered by the hydraulic arm of the submarine vehicle (ROV Victor6000). Several hydrothermal vents are sampled, namely : Aisics, Tour Eiffel, Cypress, Crystal.

Several chemical analyses are performed aboard the research vessel: such as salinity and d20/20 by refractometer, pH by electrode (pH standard 4.01 and 7), Conductivity, salinity and total dissolved solid (TDS) by electrode (standard solution at 1413 µS/cm).

Regional Node: EMSO-Azores

Vent field : Lucky Strike

Latitude : 37º17’N

Longitude : 32º16’W

1600 – 1750 m depth

High temperature hydrothermal fluids are collected during the MOMARSAT 2010 cruise by gas-tight fluid sampler manipulated and triggered by the hydraulic arm of the submarine vehicle (ROV Victor6000). Several hydrothermal vents are sampled, namely : Aisics, Tour Eiffel, Cypress, Crystal.

Several chemical analyses are performed aboard the research vessel: such as salinity and d20/20 by refractometer, pH by electrode (pH standard 4.01 and 7), Conductivity, salinity and total dissolved solid (TDS) by electrode (standard solution at 1413 µS/cm).

Regional Node: EMSO-Azores

Vent field : Lucky Strike

Latitude : 37º17’N

Longitude : 32º16’W

1600 – 1750 m depth

Disciplines

Chemical oceanography, Environment

Keywords

Mid-Atlantic Ridge, EMSO-Açores, hydrothermal fluids, Lucky Strike, geochemistry, MOMARSAT 2010

Location

37.283333N, 37.283333S, -32.266667E, -32.266667W

Data

FileSizeFormatProcessingAccess
data
1 KoCSVRaw data
How to cite
Chavagnac Valérie, Boulart Cédric (2023). Geochemistry of hydrothermal fluids at the Lucky Strike Hydrothermal Field data from the EMSO-Azores observatory, 2010. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/93208

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