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This record describes the End of Voyage (EOV) archive from the Marine National Facility (MNF) RV Investigator research voyage in2017_v03, titled "Sampling the abyss: latitudinal biodiversity patterns ... morealong the base of Australia’s eastern continental margin." The voyage took place from Bell Bay (TAS) to Brisbane (QLD) between May 16 and June 16, 2017.
For further information refer to the Voyage documentation links below.
Instruments used and data collected include:
Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP; 75 KHz), Fisheries echosounder (EK60), Multibeam Echosounder (EM710, EM122), Sub-bottom Profiler (SBP120), Gravimeter, GPS Positioning System, Doppler Velocity Log, pCO2, Starboard and Portside Radiometers, Radon, Ozone and Oxygen sensors, Weather Radar, Greenhouse Gas Analysers (Aerodyne, Picarro), Air Pressure, Wind Speed and Direction sensors, Thermosalinographs, Expendable Bathythermographs (XBTs).
Ultra Short BaseLine Underwater Positioning System (USBL), CTD (on Brenke and Towed Camera sleds), Demersal Trawl, Beam Trawl, Plankton Net, Manta Net, Brenke Sled, Sediment Grab, Luminometer.
The archive for the IN2017_V03 EOV raw data is curated by the CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere (O&A) Information and Data Centre (IDC) in Hobart, with a permanent archive at the CSIRO Data Access Portal (DAP, https://data.csiro.au/dap/), providing access to participants and processors of the data collected in the voyage.
All voyage documentation is available electronically to MNF support via the local network. Access to voyage documentation for non-CSIRO participants can be made via DataLibrariansOAMNF@csiro.au.less
Marine National Facility - End of Voyage (EOV) Data - Published 22 Aug 2018