| Data management plan, Okeanos Explorer (EX1504L4) : Campaign to address pacific monument science, technology, and ocean needs (CAPSTONE) Leg IV - :10629 | Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) | Ocean Exploration Program
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Data management plan, Okeanos Explorer (EX1504L4) : Campaign to address pacific monument science, technology, and ocean needs (CAPSTONE) Leg IV
  • Published Date:
    2015
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  • Corporate Authors:
    United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration., Office of Ocean Exploration and Research,
  • Description:
    "The ship will conduct 24 hour operations consisting of daytime ROV dives and evening/nighttime mapping operations including during transit. During this cruise we will conduct 8 hour ROV dives on most days with occasional 10 or 12 hour dives on particularly interesting or deep dive sites. ROV operations will focus in depths between 250 and 6,000 meters and will include high-resolution visual surveys and limited sample collection. Mapping operations will be conducted in 250m of water and deeper, and include transit and overnight multibeam, water column backscatter, and sub-bottom data collection. Opportunistic CTD rosette operations may be requested to collect more information about the environmental parameters at ROV dives sites, or opportunistically at selected sites where collecting the data is considered important to understanding the physical or chemical properties of the overlying water column. ROV and mapping operations will not be conducted in state waters. CTD rosette operations may be requested in state waters"--Page 1.

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