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Ocean bottom seismometer (OBS) data across the Caribbean-northeastern South America arc-continent collision zone, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW0404 (2004)

Gail L. Christeson, Alan Levander, Paul Mann, Dale S. Sawyer, Hans Ave Lallemant, Adrian Lenardic, Ingo Pecher & Colin Zelt
Three teams were involved in the active-source seismic field program: 1) A science party aboard the R/V Maurice Ewing (co-chief scientists P. Mann and D. Sawyer) acquired approximately 6000 km of seismic reflection data. 2) A science party aboard the R/V Seward Johnson II (chief scientist G. Christeson, cruise report) deployed and recovered ocean bottom seismometers (OBSs) along 5 transects; the Ewing provided the seismic source for these instruments. 3) A science party in Venezuela...

Processed multichannel seismic data at 14 degrees 15'S along the East Pacific Rise south of Garrett Fracture Zone, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW9102 (1991)

Graham Kent, Alistair Harding, John Orcutt, Robert S. Detrick, John C. Mutter & Peter Buhl
This Two-ship Experiment on a Ridge Axis (TERA) provided the first detailed geophysical constraints on the crustal structure along the East Pacific Rise south of the Garrett fracture zone, a major focus of the RIDGE initiative. The R/V Maurice Ewing< and Thomas Washington (TERA01WT) were to collect three types of data: (1) 20 closely-space, single-ship multichannel seismic reflection profiles along the EPR; (2) 25 two-ship expanding spread profiles along and parallel to the rise axis...

Processed 4-channel seismic data on the Ceara Rise in the western equatorial Atlantic, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW9209 (1992)

William Curry & Gregory S. Mountain
This 1992 Ewing survey collected 4-channel seismic data on the Ceara Rise in the western equatorial Atlantic. A site survey for ODP Leg 154, the purpose was to acquire seismic data and core samples from the Ceara Rise in the western equatorial Atlantic. Funded by NSF grants OCE91-16303 and OCE91-16500.

Eddy covariance air-sea momentum, heat, and carbon dioxide fluxes in the Southern Ocean from the Nathaniel B. Palmer (cruise NBP1402)

Scott Miller & Brian Butterworth
This dataset contains meteorological and air-sea flux data (momentum, heat, and CO2 fluxes; CO2 gas transfer velocity) collected during the the Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1402 conducted in 2014. The files are of XLS format and funding was provided by the following NSF grant: PLR10-43623.

Processed multichannel seismic data south of Bermuda, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW0106 (2001)

Daniel Lizarralde, James Gaherty, John Collins & J. Gregory Hirth
The FAIM (Far-offset Active-source Imaging of the Mantle) project collected MCS and OBS data south of Bermuda. The purpose was to acquire long-offset MCS and OBS data from crust and mantle created during slow spreading. The scientific goals of this experiment involve inferring oceanic mantle dynamic processes from the seismic structure of the upper mantle. Funded by NSF grants OCE00-02417 and OCE00-2674.

Processed multichannel seismic data in the Gulf of Corinth, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW0108 (2001)

Brian Taylor, Andrew Goodliffe, Maria Sachpazi & Alfred Hirn
This study's primary analyses were to focus on determining the mode of deformation in the Gulf of Corinth rift and how the deformation varies along strike. The project was undertaken in cooperation with Greek and French scientists. The purpose was to image active rifting in the Gulf of Corinth, the regional crustal structure, and to provide a site survey for future IODP drilling. Funded by NSF grant OCE00-99277.

Processed multichannel seismic data along the Southeast Indian Ridge, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW0114 (2001)

Janet Baran, James Cochran, Suzanne Carbotte & Maria Tolstoy
This cruise along the Southeast Indian Ridge collected both MCS and OBH data in order to investigate the effects of temperature variations on magma supply and the crustal accretion process. The objectives were to determine the internal structure of the crust, particularly Layer 2A (extrusive) thickness and its relationship both to melt supply and to axial and abyssal hill crustal structure and to axial and ridge flank morphology, in order to better understand the crustal...

Processed multichannel seismic data off the Exmouth and Cuvier margin, northwestern Australia, acquired during the R/V Maurice Ewing survey EW0113 (2001)

Neal Driscoll, Uri S. Ten Brink, John B. Diebold, Garry Karner & Brian Taylor
The Exmouth and Cuvier margin system represents one of the best locales to study the differences between wide versus narrow rifts and to define the interplay between strain partitioning, volcanism, segmentation, and the continent-ocean transition. This geophysical investigation of the Exmouth and Cuvier margins was designed to test alternate models for continental margin development, and when these results are integrated with those from other margin studies, will lead to a better overall understanding and appreciation...

Raw Near-Bottom MAPR Data from the Izu-Bonin-Mariana Volcanic Arc acquired by AUV Sentry during the Falkor expedition FK151121 (2015)

Sharon Walker, Edward Baker, Joseph Resing, William Chadwick, Susan G. Merle & Carl Kaiser
This data set was acquired with a NOAA-PMEL MAPR device mounted on AUV Sentry during Falkor expedition FK151121 conducted in 2015 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Joseph Resing). These data files are of Text File (ASCII) format and include Conductivity, Pressure, Temperature, and Optical Backscatter data that have not been processed. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): Hydrothermal Hunt at Mariana. Funding was provided by NOAA-OER-2016-003 and SOI-FK151121.

Processed ship-based Navigation Data from the Antarctic Peninsula acquired during the Laurence M. Gould expedition LMG0414 (2004)

Kenneth Halanych
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Navigation system during Laurence M. Gould expedition LMG0414 conducted in 2004 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Kenneth Halanych). These data files are of Text File (ASCII) format and include Navigation data and were processed after data collection. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): Relevance of planktonic larval despersal to endemism and biogeography of antarctic benthic invertebrates and Salpa thompsoni in the Southern Ocean: Bioenergetics, population dynamics and...

Raw Seismic Shot Time Navigation Data from the South China Sea acquired during the Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2613 (1985)

John Diebold
This data set was acquired with a Multi-Channel Seismic system during Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2613 conducted in 1985 (Chief Scientist: Dr. John Diebold). These data files are of Text File (ASCII) format and include Seismic Shot Time Navigation data that have not been processed. Funding was provided by NSF grant(s): OCE84-15973.

Raw Multi-Channel Seismic Shot Data from the Yakutat and Disenchantment bays, Alaska, acquired during R/V Alaskan Gyre survey AG1208 (2012)

Sean Gulick & Peter Haeussler
This 2012 R/V Alaskan Gyre survey (also known as USGs field activity 2012-602-FA) collected 24-channel seismic data and CHIRP data in Yakutat and Disenchantment bays, Alaska. The purpose of the cruise was to look for active faults, particularly those related to the 1899 earthquakes in the Yakutat Bay. Funded by USGS-NEHRP grant G12-AP20009 and Consortium for Ocean Leadership grant T341A59.

Calibrated Hydrographic Data acquired with a CTD from the Southern Ocean acquired during the Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1511 (2015)

MIchael Kelly
This data set was acquired with a CTD during Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1511 conducted in 2015 (Chief Scientist: Dr. MIchael Kelly). These data files are of Sea-Bird CTD format and include Pressure, Temperature, and Conductivity data and were processed after data collection.

Underway Hydrographic, Weather and Ship-state Data (JGOFS) from the Antarctic Peninsula acquired during the Laurence M. Gould expedition LMG1602 (2016)

Becky Ball
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Fluorometer, Thermosalinograph, Navigation system, Echosounder Sonar, and Meteorological Sensor during Laurence M. Gould expedition LMG1602 conducted in 2016 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Becky Ball). These data files are of JGOFS (ASCII) format and include Visible Radiation, Navigation, Conductivity, Salinity, Fluorescence, Infrared Radiation, Bathymetry, Meteorological, and Temperature data and were processed after data collection. This data set was created from calibrated data decimated at 1-minute intervals. Several fields are...

Seismic Shot Point Navigation Data from the Caribbean Sea and Western North Atlantic Ocean acquired during the R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2102 (1977)

George Bryan
This data set was acquired with the LDEO Multi-Channel Seismic system during R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2102 conducted in 1977 (Chief Scientist: Dr. George Bryan). These data files are of ASCII format and include Seismic Shot Point Navigation data that provide the primary seismic navigation source for this cruise. Funding was provided by NSF grants: UC-NSF-C482-2 scope J and OCE76-82326.

Bulk sediment thorium concentrations from IODP Expedition 329 to the South Pacific Gyre

Ann Dunlea & Richard Murray
The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 329 to the South Pacific Gyre on board the D/V Joides Resolution (Chief scientists Steven D’Hondt and Fumio Inagaki) took place in Fall 2010 and had as one of its major objectives to document the habitats, metabolic activities, genetic composition, and biomass of microbial communities in subseafloor sediment with very low total activity. To meet this objective the entire sediment column at seven sites (U1365 through U1371) were...

Bulk sediment uranium concentrations from IODP Expedition 329 to the South Pacific Gyre

Ann Dunlea, Richard Murray & Justine Sauvage
"The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 329 to the South Pacific Gyre on board the D/V Joides Resolution (Chief scientists Steven D’Hondt and Fumio Inagaki) took place in Fall 2010 and had as one of its major objectives to document the habitats, metabolic activities, genetic composition, and biomass of microbial communities in subseafloor sediment with very low total activity. To meet this objective the entire sediment column at seven sites (U1365 through U1371) were...

Seismic Shot Point Navigation Data from the Western Atlantic Ocean acquired during the R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2101 (1977)

Charles Windisch
This data set was acquired with the LDEO Multi-Channel Seismic system during R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2101 conducted in 1977 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Charles Windisch). These data files are of ASCII format and include Seismic Shot Point Navigation data that provide the primary seismic navigation source for this cruise. Funding was provided by NSF grant: N00014-75-C-0210.

Raw Seismic Shot Time Navigation Data acquired during the Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2411 (1983)

John Mutter
This data set was acquired with a Multi-Channel Seismic system during Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2411 conducted in 1983 (Chief Scientist: Dr. John Mutter). These data files are of Text File (ASCII) format and include Seismic Shot Time Navigation data that have not been processed.

Raw Multi-Channel Seismic Shot Time Navigation Data acquired during the Vema expedition V3607 (1980)

Charles Windisch
This data set was acquired with a Multi-Channel Seismic system during Vema expedition V3607 conducted in 1980 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Charles Windisch). These data files are of Text File (ASCII) format and include Seismic Shot Time Navigation data that have not been processed.

Ship-based Trackline Geophysical Data (MGD77) from the James Ross Basin acquired during the Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1602 (2016)

Matthew Lamanna & Joseph Kirschvink
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Gravimeter, Echosounder Sonar, and Navigation system during Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP1602 conducted in 2016 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Matthew Lamanna; Investigator(s): Dr. Matthew Lamanna and Dr. Joseph Kirschvink). These data files are of MGD77 format and include Gravity Field, Navigation, Gravity Free Air Anomaly, and Bathymetry data and were processed after data collection.

Seismic Shot Point Navigation Data from the Norwegian Margin and the Norwegian-Greenland Sea acquired during the R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2114 (1978)

John Diebold, Peter Buhl, Paul Stoffa & Manik Talwani
This data set was acquired with the LDEO Multi-Channel Seismic system during R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2114 conducted in 1978 (Chief Scientist: Dr. John Diebold; Investigator: Dr. John Diebold, Dr. Peter Buhl, Dr. Paul Stoffa, and Dr. Manik Talwani). These data files are of ASCII format and include Seismic Shot Point Navigation data that provide the primary seismic navigation source for this cruise. Data were acquired as part of the project: Norwegian Sea -...

Seismic Shot Point Navigation Data from the Western Atlantic Ocean acquired during the R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2111 (1978)

Charles Windisch
This data set was acquired with the LDEO Multi-Channel Seismic system during R/V Robert D. Conrad expedition RC2111 conducted in 1978 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Charles Windisch). These data files are of ASCII format and include Seismic Shot Point Navigation data that provide the primary seismic navigation source for this cruise. Funding was provided by NSF grant: N00014-75-C-0210.

Raw ship-based Multibeam Sonar Data acquired during R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP9602 (1996)

Steve Cande
This data set was acquired with a ship-based SeaBeam 2112 Multibeam Sonar system during Nathaniel B. Palmer expedition NBP9602 conducted in 1996 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Steve Cande). These data files are of MBSystem Compatible format and include Acoustic Backscatter, Swath Bathymetry, and Sidescan data that have not been processed. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): Late Cretaceous - Early Tertiary Interactions in the South Pacific, and funding was provided by NSF grant(s): OPP93-17872.

Raw ship-based Multibeam Sonar Data from the Nankai Trough Subduction Zone acquired during R/V Maurice Ewing expedition EW9908 (1999)

Nathan Bangs
This data set was acquired with a ship-based Atlas Hydrosweep DS Multibeam Sonar system during Maurice Ewing expedition EW9908 conducted in 1999 (Chief Scientist: Dr. Nathan Bangs). These data files are of MBSystem Compatible format and include Acoustic Backscatter and Swath Bathymetry data that have not been processed. These data are included in the GMRT Synthesis, version 1. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): A 3-D Seismic Investigation of the Sediment-to-Rock Transition and...

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