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Details of Oxygen optode, data from EMSO-Molène Observatory, 2017-01-01 to 2017-05-04


Dataset identification

Title of datasetOxygen optode, data from EMSO-Molène Observatory, 2017-01-01 to 2017-05-04
Narrative summary of datasetThis dataset contains the data acquired using the oxygen optode on EMSO-Molène observatory. The sensor was protected against the fouling by a micro-chlorination device. The sensor is set one the instrument module, oposite the camera, next to the CTD.
Supporting documentationHow to cite: Lanteri Nadine, Barbot Stephane (2017). Oxygen optode, data from EMSO-Molène Observatory, 2017-01-01 to 2017-05-04. SEANOE.
Project/programmeEuropean Multidisciplinary Seafloor and Water Column Observatory
Start date2017-01-01
End date2017-05-04
Frequency of observationsminute to sub-hour

Responsible organisations

Organisation nameIFREMER Head Office
Role of organisationDataset Holding Organisation

Dataset availability

Original dataset download link
Date of original dataset publication2019-06-05
Dataset formatDelimited
Public accessNo limitations
License for useCC-BY 4.0


Latitude north boundary48.41
Longitude east boundary-4.933333
Latitude south boundary48.41
Longitude west boundary-4.933333
Coordinate reference systemWorld Geodetic System 84
Sea areaNorth Atlantic Ocean
Celtic Sea

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typeDissolved gases
Water column temperature and salinity
Administration and dimensions
ParameterDissolved oxygen parameters in the water column
Temperature of the water column
Instrument typedissolved gas sensors
Data quality processing informationRaw data

Process information

Submitting organisationIFREMER Head Office
Submission identifier (UUID)fccf7dfb-c2db-44ab-a911-a1a0e53fd012
Date of dataset creation2017-06-01
Date of metadata creation2019-05-16
Date of metadata latest revision2019-05-22
Date of publishing2019-06-05
Processing data centreIFREMER, SISMER, Scientific Information Systems for the SEA
Summary record-ID526