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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Data was corrected for sound velocity during post-processing. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Two shapefiles are provided for ice-marginal landforms and meltwater landforms observable in the bathymetry data. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data and shapefiles of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Research data . Other dataset type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Two shapefiles are provided for ice-marginal landforms and meltwater landforms observable in the bathymetry data. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data and shapefiles of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kästner, Felix; Wenning, Quinn; Zappone, Alba; Madonna, Claudio; Morales, Luiz F.G.; Pierdominici, Simona; Berndt, Christian; Schleicher, Anja M.; Wilke, Franziska D.H.;
    Publisher: GFZ Data Services
    Project: SNSF | Swiss Membership in the I... (147145)

    Core samples have been taken for complementary laboratory seismic measurements and mineralogical analyses on whole rock core from the COSC-1 borehole, Sweden (UTM 63.3124, 13.5259). These samples were used to provide and characterize the seismic properties (i.e., seismic velocities and anisotropy) of the drilled rocks from the highly metamorphosed and deformed Seve Nappe Complex, an orogenic thrust zone in the Scandinavian Caledonides, in central Sweden. The laboratory seismic and mineralogical analysis in general comprises three distinct measurements (i.e., data sets), which will be described in detail in the following subsections: (1) P- and S-wave laboratory seismic measurements on three perpendicular core plugs, under different confining (hydrostatic) pressure conditions (10 + 6 samples), (2) Bulk mineralogy of core plugs using X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and mineral chemical composition measurements using an electron probe micro-analyzer (EPMA, here microprobe), on 10 thin sections and (3) Microstructural investigations based on electron-backscatter diffraction analyses on 5 thin sections. The laboratory seismic measurements were initially conducted on 6 samples by Wenning et al. (2016) and extended by another 10 samples by Kästner et al. (2020). Despite these authors were using the same sensor setup, the provided data files may differ due to individual acquisition parameters. Where different acquisition, processing, or calibration parameters are used this is indicated in the text using the abbreviations FK and QW referring to each examiner and their related sample measurements. International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN) are provided for each core sample in the complete sample data table.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bosman, Alessandro; Cuffaro, Marco; Conti, Alessia; Gasperini, Luca; Petracchini, Lorenzo; Sgroi, Tiziana;
    Publisher: GFZ Data Services

    This dataset includes high-resolution bathymetric data in numerical form (xyz) and depth given in m for a not previously covered (at this resolution=50 m) 4970 km^2 area of the Ionian Sea (Italy). The study area is located on the upper part of the continental slope of the Calabrian-Ionian margin between 120 m and 2000 m water depth. Dataset represents results of multibeam survey carried out during the Seismofaults 2017 cruise using a multibeam Teledyne Reson SeaBat 7160 (41-47 kHz; footprint size of 1°× 1°) echosounder. We identified precise positioning through differential GPS (accuracy ±0.5 m), while we derived sound velocity profiles from multiple Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) casts (Seabird 911plus) to ray trace the acoustic wave along the water column. We processed multibeam data on board using Caris Hips & Sips hydrographic software (Bosman et al, 2015) We used backscatter images and observations of raw data scattering along the water column to verify anomalies of amplitude on the seafloor and along the water column. The resulting dataset is presented in ASCII format and included in the following files: bathymetry_seismofault.txt (contains coordinates (°) - col1:lon and col2:lat (WGS 84, DD) - and seabottom depth (m) - col3 -). A detailed description of the scientific background is given in Cuffaro et al. (2019) to which these data are supplementary material. For technical reference, please consult the data description file.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pierik, H.J. (Utrecht University);
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)

    This GIS dataset contains a bathymetry and a geological dataset on the Ems-Dollard estuary on the Dutch German border. The first dataset shows bathymetry between 1833 and 2014 and the geological dataset shows the position of inherited resistant layers in the substrate of the estuary. Both have been produced for the ED 2050 project of Rijkswaterstaat (Historical and future evolution of the Eems-Dollard estuary’. ----- Deze GIS-dataset bevat bathymetrie voor de periode 1833-2014 en een geologisch lagenbestand met resistente lagen in de Eems-Dollard. Deze datasets zijn geproduceerd in het kader van het ED 2050 ‘Academisch onderzoek Historische en Toekomstige Evolutie’ in opdracht van Rijkswaterstaat.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Data was corrected for sound velocity during post-processing. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Two shapefiles are provided for ice-marginal landforms and meltwater landforms observable in the bathymetry data. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data and shapefiles of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Research data . Other dataset type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Simkins, Lauren M; Greenwood, Sarah L; Munevar Garcia, Santiago; Eareckson, Elizabeth; Anderson, John B; Prothro, Lindsay O;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Bathymetry from multibeam echo sounding data in Pennell Trough, Ross Sea, Antarctica was collected onboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer (NBP) 15-02 cruise using a Kongsberg EM122 operating in dual swath mode at 12 kHz frequency with a 1����1�� beam width, swath angular coverage set to 62����62��, and 30-60% overlap between survey lines. All raw, ping-edited geophysical data collected on NBP150-02 can be accessed using the Marine Geoscience Data System (Cruise DOI: 10.7284/901477). The bathymetry dataset here is gridded at 20-m resolution with a water depth-dependent vertical resolution on the order of decimeters. Two shapefiles are provided for ice-marginal landforms and meltwater landforms observable in the bathymetry data. The purpose of collecting the bathymetry data on cruise NBP15-02 was to better understand the glacial history of the Ross Sea, and the dataset, inclusive of bathymetry data and shapefiles of glacial landforms, from Pennell Trough are used to understand impacts on subglacial channel morphology and organization during the deglaciation of the region following the Last Glacial Maximum.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kästner, Felix; Wenning, Quinn; Zappone, Alba; Madonna, Claudio; Morales, Luiz F.G.; Pierdominici, Simona; Berndt, Christian; Schleicher, Anja M.; Wilke, Franziska D.H.;
    Publisher: GFZ Data Services
    Project: SNSF | Swiss Membership in the I... (147145)

    Core samples have been taken for complementary laboratory seismic measurements and mineralogical analyses on whole rock core from the COSC-1 borehole, Sweden (UTM 63.3124, 13.5259). These samples were used to provide and characterize the seismic properties (i.e., seismic velocities and anisotropy) of the drilled rocks from the highly metamorphosed and deformed Seve Nappe Complex, an orogenic thrust zone in the Scandinavian Caledonides, in central Sweden. The laboratory seismic and mineralogical analysis in general comprises three distinct measurements (i.e., data sets), which will be described in detail in the following subsections: (1) P- and S-wave laboratory seismic measurements on three perpendicular core plugs, under different confining (hydrostatic) pressure conditions (10 + 6 samples), (2) Bulk mineralogy of core plugs using X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and mineral chemical composition measurements using an electron probe micro-analyzer (EPMA, here microprobe), on 10 thin sections and (3) Microstructural investigations based on electron-backscatter diffraction analyses on 5 thin sections. The laboratory seismic measurements were initially conducted on 6 samples by Wenning et al. (2016) and extended by another 10 samples by Kästner et al. (2020). Despite these authors were using the same sensor setup, the provided data files may differ due to individual acquisition parameters. Where different acquisition, processing, or calibration parameters are used this is indicated in the text using the abbreviations FK and QW referring to each examiner and their related sample measurements. International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN) are provided for each core sample in the complete sample data table.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bosman, Alessandro; Cuffaro, Marco; Conti, Alessia; Gasperini, Luca; Petracchini, Lorenzo; Sgroi, Tiziana;
    Publisher: GFZ Data Services

    This dataset includes high-resolution bathymetric data in numerical form (xyz) and depth given in m for a not previously covered (at this resolution=50 m) 4970 km^2 area of the Ionian Sea (Italy). The study area is located on the upper part of the continental slope of the Calabrian-Ionian margin between 120 m and 2000 m water depth. Dataset represents results of multibeam survey carried out during the Seismofaults 2017 cruise using a multibeam Teledyne Reson SeaBat 7160 (41-47 kHz; footprint size of 1°× 1°) echosounder. We identified precise positioning through differential GPS (accuracy ±0.5 m), while we derived sound velocity profiles from multiple Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) casts (Seabird 911plus) to ray trace the acoustic wave along the water column. We processed multibeam data on board using Caris Hips & Sips hydrographic software (Bosman et al, 2015) We used backscatter images and observations of raw data scattering along the water column to verify anomalies of amplitude on the seafloor and along the water column. The resulting dataset is presented in ASCII format and included in the following files: bathymetry_seismofault.txt (contains coordinates (°) - col1:lon and col2:lat (WGS 84, DD) - and seabottom depth (m) - col3 -). A detailed description of the scientific background is given in Cuffaro et al. (2019) to which these data are supplementary material. For technical reference, please consult the data description file.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pierik, H.J. (Utrecht University);
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)

    This GIS dataset contains a bathymetry and a geological dataset on the Ems-Dollard estuary on the Dutch German border. The first dataset shows bathymetry between 1833 and 2014 and the geological dataset shows the position of inherited resistant layers in the substrate of the estuary. Both have been produced for the ED 2050 project of Rijkswaterstaat (Historical and future evolution of the Eems-Dollard estuary’. ----- Deze GIS-dataset bevat bathymetrie voor de periode 1833-2014 en een geologisch lagenbestand met resistente lagen in de Eems-Dollard. Deze datasets zijn geproduceerd in het kader van het ED 2050 ‘Academisch onderzoek Historische en Toekomstige Evolutie’ in opdracht van Rijkswaterstaat.