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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Betzler, Christian; Lindhorst, Sebastian; Wunsch, Marco;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg (Simrad) EM 120 multibeam echosounder was almost continuously recorded during RV SONNE cruise SO236. Data was recorded on 20 days between 2014-08-09 and 2014-08-29. This dataset contains various surveys at the Maldives islands. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 1400m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus no SVP files are added to this dataset. However, data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed a few times during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather moderate since the gridded hillshade data showed some obstacles. During the cruise the multibeam system was considered not working properly (SO236 was the last scientific voyage of RV SONNE). Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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    Authors: 
    Ifremer Géosciences Marines; LOUBRIEU Benoît;
    Publisher: Ifremer

    Bathymétrie de l'archipel de Crozet, au pas de 100 mètres. Ce Modèle Numérique de Terrain est une compilation de données bathymétriques issues de différentes sources. Référence verticale : niveau moyen observé des mers. Rapport de traitement : Loubrieu Benoit, Pierre Delphine, Biville Romain, Le Duff Mathilde (2013). Digital Terrain Model for the HA04 hydroacoustic station, Crozet Islands, France. CB/GM/CTDI-BL2013-01 Les données sont issues des campagnes : - SCHLICH Roland (1998) KERIMIS-MD109 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/98200010 - HUMLER Eric (2001) MD 121 / SWIFT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200030 - METZL Nicolas, PIERRE Catherine (2001) VT 51 / OISO 6 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200010 - ASLANIAN Daniel, HUMLER Eric, MICHEL Elisabeth (2002) MD 125 / SWIFT BIS-CARHOT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/2200020 - MICHEL Elisabeth (2004) MD 136 / VIGO cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/4200110 - ROEST Walter (2005) MD 150 /DELCANO RISE-KERGUEPLAC2 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/5200060 - VIALLY Roland, BRUNET Christian, ROYER Jean-Yves (2008) MD 165 / KERGUEPLAC 3 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/8200010 - ROEST Walter, JOHNSON Sean (2010) MD176 Discovery Ridge-CrozetPlac cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001444 - CROSTA Xavier (2019) MD 218 / CROTALE cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000886 + transits du R/V Marion Dufresne MD202 (2016) et MD207 (2017) Bathymetry of the Crozet Islands, spatial resolution 100 meters. This Digital Terrain Model is a compilation of bathymetric data from several sources. Vertical reference : observed sea level Data process : Loubrieu Benoit, Pierre Delphine, Biville Romain, Le Duff Mathilde (2013). Digital Terrain Model for the HA04 hydroacoustic station, Crozet Islands, France. CB/GM/CTDI-BL2013-01 The data come from the cruises : - SCHLICH Roland (1998) KERIMIS-MD109 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/98200010 - HUMLER Eric (2001) MD 121 / SWIFT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200030 - METZL Nicolas, PIERRE Catherine (2001) VT 51 / OISO 6 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200010 - ASLANIAN Daniel, HUMLER Eric, MICHEL Elisabeth (2002) MD 125 / SWIFT BIS-CARHOT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/2200020 - MICHEL Elisabeth (2004) MD 136 / VIGO cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/4200110 - ROEST Walter (2005) MD 150 /DELCANO RISE-KERGUEPLAC2 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/5200060 - VIALLY Roland, BRUNET Christian, ROYER Jean-Yves (2008) MD 165 / KERGUEPLAC 3 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/8200010 - ROEST Walter, JOHNSON Sean (2010) MD176 Discovery Ridge-CrozetPlac cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001444 - CROSTA Xavier (2019) MD 218 / CROTALE cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000886 + transits of the R/V Marion Dufresne MD202 (2016) et MD207 (2017)

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kieke, Dagmar;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was continuously recorded during RV MARIA S. MERIAN cruise MSM27. Data was recorded on 17 days between 2013-04-19 and 2013-05-05. This dataset contains a survey east of Island of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 2800m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus SVP files are added to this dataset. Nevertheless, the origin of these SVP files is unknown. Data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kieke, Dagmar;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was almost continuously recorded during RV METEOR cruise M85/1. Data was recorded on 29 days between 2011-06-25 and 2011-07-28. This dataset contains an elongated transit survey in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 3900m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus SVP files are added to this dataset. Nevertheless, the origin of these SVP files is unknown. Data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed several times during the survey. This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM). Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Huhn, Katrin; Crutchley, Gareth J; Henrys, Stuart A; Jeromson, Matthew; Podszun, Lina;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV SONNE cruise SO247. Data was recorded on 25 days between 2016-03-27 and 2016-04-25. This dataset contains a survey east of New Zealand (North Island) covering mostly the continental slope. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 1800m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH and added to this dataset. However, also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lewińska, Paulina; Rippin, David M; Smith, William A P; Hancock, Edwin; Cooper, Michael A;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    This data set consists of 1930s, 1960s and 1980s orto-mosiac of East Greenland in particular 260 km-long section of coastline between 66.3 and 68.4◦N The archival orthophotomaps were produced with the use of Agisoft Metashape (Agisoft Metashape, 2020). We used 3 data sets: a) British Arctic Air Route Expedition (BAARE), aerial oblique images taken between July 1930 and August 1931. Photogrammetric reconnaissance was done with the use of two De Havilland DH.60 Moth planes with Gipsy 1 engines equipped for taking vertical and oblique photographs with Williamson P14 camera with a lens of known focal length of 2209.8 mm (7.25'), and 127 mm ×101.6 mm (5' ×4') glass plates with envelope adaptors for changing slides in daylight were used. For our study we used 73 images obtained during the summers of 1930 and 1931. The data set was obtained from Scott Polar Institute and is licensed by this organization. b) CORONA satellite mission, 1959-72, mostly consists of satellite stereo pair images. It was lead by the CIA and the U.S. Air Force, aimed at gathering spatial data for the creation of maps of vast remote areas for intelligence purposes. It was declassified in 1995. We used images taken on 24.09.1966. For this mission the KH-4M stereoscopic camera with 75% overlap was used. The KH-4A (Keyhole-4A) carried two J-1 (in earlier missions KH-3 cameras of 3.66 m resolution) panoramic cameras, with a focal length of 61 cm, and a ground resolution of 2.7 m to 7.6 m. The J-1 cameras were placed on an M (Mural) mount, one pointing 15° aft from the vertical and the other 15° forward. The minimal flight height was 180 km and the duration of each mission was 14-15 days. The panoramic cameras used work on the general principle that during the scanning process the lens and the scan arm moves while the film remains stationary. In this case the lens rotates around the second nodal point allowing the cylindrical focal plane to keep the image of distant objects sharp. As a result a 'bow-tie' shaped region is photographed and becomes compressed into a rectangular image. This effect creates significant panoramic image distortions. No additional meta data is available. The Corona data can currently be obtained (as digital high-resolution scans; 7 μm) from the EarthExplorer website (U.S. Geological Survey). c) Greenland 1:15000 scale, vertical aerial images. Mission was carried out between 1978-87 by the Geodetic Institute, the National Cadastre and Survey of Denmark, and the Danish Geodata Agency. A WILD RC10 camera with a nominal focal length of 87.72 mm was used to collect super-wide-angle photographs at planned flying heights of 13000 m. The images were captured on photographic film, in black and white and with 8 fiducial marks on each image. For our study we used 58 images obtained on 30th of July and 14th of August 1981. Data was obtained from Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency (SDFE). Since we did not have sufficient data to select the images with the best overlap or with the best light conditions, it was decided to use all the available images for this procedure. Initially we divided the 1930s data set into 5 regions for the production of 5 orthophotomaps. However, the 1960s and 1980s datasets were significantly different in terms of their extent and overlap. This forced us to divide our area into different sub-regions in order to produce mosaics of the same glaciers as covered by the 1930s images. For all of the images we found the corresponding areas on the ArcticDEM model and created GCPs on stable, non-ice covered bare ground, which we assume to be fixed over the time period covered. The GCP placement accuracy calculated during the processing of the mosaics was around 1 pixel and in 90% of cases was smaller than 0.8 pixel. The spatial accuracy in metres varied, but in most cases was less than 20 m, and did not exceed 15 m in the X and Y directions separately. This result can be considered satisfactory when taking into account the quality of the ground truth model, problems with the definition of the stable areas for GCPs, and the age and type of the archival images.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hübscher, Christian; Beier, Christoph;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Swath sonar bathymetry data used for that dataset was recorded during RV METEOR cruises M79/2 (26.8.-21.9. 2009) using Kongsberg EM 120 multibeam echosounder and M113/1 (29.12.2014-22.1.2015) and M128 (2.-27.7.2016) using Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder. The water depth ranges from 14 to 4974 m. The data set stretches W-E from -29.9396°W to -22.9648°W and N-S from 39.3084°N to 36.5185°N. To enhance MBES data accuracy, several sound velocity profile casts were conducted in the vicinity of the working area prior and during the surveys. Raw data were converted to MB-System format. Data were manually edited for false measurements. No further artificial sound velocity profiles were used during further processing. A raster was calculated and stored in GeoTIFF format with a 50m resolution. In addition, the full resolution of available ASCII data and used for grid calculation are also archived in this dataset. To obtain a continuous grid, we recommend combining it with EMODNet data. These data should not be used for navigational purposes.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Waniek, Joanna J;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg (Simrad) EM 120 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV MARIA S. MERIAN cruise MSM18/1. Data was recorded on 12 days between 2011-04-18 and 2011-05-01. This dataset contains a survey in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 4700m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus no SVP files are added to this dataset. Also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has not been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Whether data acquisition has been monitored and system settings adjusted during surveying is unknown.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • French
    Authors: 
    Ifremer / Géo-Océan; Service Géologique De Nouvelle-Calédonie; KARTHIKEYAN Vishnu; COLLOT Julien; ETIENNE Samuel; LOUBRIEU Benoît; PATRIAT Martin; VENDE-LECLERC Myriam; TANGUY Nina; PERTUISOT Cécile; +1 more
    Publisher: Ifremer

    Bathymétrie du Parc Naturel de la Mer de Corail, en Nouvelle-Calédonie (synthèse créée en 2022), au pas de 50 mètres. Ce Modèle Numérique de Terrain est une compilation de données bathymétriques acquises par sondeur multifaisceaux. L'étendue de la version disponible correspond aux délimitations du Parc Naturel de la Mer de Corail (PNMC). Référence verticale : niveau observé des mers Rapport de traitement : citation Archimer à ajouter Description des campagnes : - HOURDEZ Stéphane, JOLLIVET Didier (2019) CHUBACARC cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001111 - MAUFFRET Alain, SYMONDS Phil (1999) FAUST2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/99010130 - SAMADI Sarah, OLU Karine (2019) KANADEEP 2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000883 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_CHESTERFIEDS cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018400 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_GRAND_LAGON_NORD cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018300 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_SARCELLE cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018500 - SHOMPAC 2019 https://data.shom.fr/ - HELLO Yann (2019) SPPIM 2019 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000882 - COLLOT Julien, SUTHERLAND Rupert, ROEST Walter (2015) TECTA cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15001300 - PATRIAT Martin, MORTIMER Nick (2015) VESPA cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15001100 - PAUTOT Guy (1993) ZONECO1 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/93000130 - LAFOY Yves (1994) ZONECO2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/94010060 - MISSEGUE François (1996) ZONECO3 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/96010070 - LE SUAVE Raymond (1996) ZONECO4 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/96010080 - AUZENDE Jean-Marie (1999) ZONECO5 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/99010120 - DEEP FREEZE 03 - EW0002 (WOODLARK_BASIN, 2000) https://www.bodc.ac.uk/ - EW9914 (LAU_BASIN, 1999) https://www.bodc.ac.uk/ - Faust Capel Basins Survey (GA-2436 / TAN0713) https://www.ga.gov.au/ - HAWAIKI - IN2016_T01 https://mnf.csiro.au/en/Voyages/IN2016_T01 (ECOSAT2) - IN2019_V04 https://mnf.csiro.au/en/Voyages/IN2019_V04 (ECOSAT3) - KM0504 https://doi.org/10.7284/900816 - KM0701 (WESTERN PACIFIC WARM POOL, 2007) https://www.rvdata.us/ - KM0703 (2007) (SPEEDO) http://www.rvdata.us/catalog/KM0703 - KR1605/GA-0354 https://doi.org/10.4225/25/59f7c1c232ff0 - KR17-15C / GA-0363 http://dx.doi.org/10.26186/5bf76dd8aba72 - MR0707 LEG1 / GA-2482 (2007) - SS200405 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200405 - SS200406 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200406 - SS200502 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200502 - SS200806 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200806 - SS200807 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200807 - SS2009_T02 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2009_T02 - SS2009_V03 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2009_V03 - SS2012_T02 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2012_T02 - SS2012_T03 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2012_T03 - ST200602 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=ST200602 - SO 190 http://dx.doi.org/10.3289/ifm-geomar_rep_8_2007 - TAN1410 (NOUMEA TRANSIT) - TAN2106 (2021) - WEST05MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST05MV.htm - WEST06MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST06MV.htm - WEST12MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST12MV.htm Bathymetry of the Natural Park of the Coral Sea, New Caledonia (synthesis created in 2022), at 50-metre grid resolution. This Digital Terrain Model is a compilation of bathymetric data acquired by multibeam echo sounder. The extent of the available version corresponds to the boundaries of the Natural Park of the Coral Sea. Vertical reference: observed sea level Processing report: Archimer citation to be added Description of the cruises :

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Brix, Saskia; Martínez Arbizu, Pedro;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV METEOR cruise M85/3. Data was recorded on 9 days between 2011-08-27 and 2011-09-22. This dataset contains elongated surveys mostly east and one survey line west of Iceland. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 400m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus added to this dataset. However, also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has not been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Partially some data are of poor data quality, which is commented in the parameter table. Nevertheless, it seems that the multibeam was set to a very narrow beam angle most of the time (only covering the same distance across direction relative to water depth).Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Betzler, Christian; Lindhorst, Sebastian; Wunsch, Marco;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg (Simrad) EM 120 multibeam echosounder was almost continuously recorded during RV SONNE cruise SO236. Data was recorded on 20 days between 2014-08-09 and 2014-08-29. This dataset contains various surveys at the Maldives islands. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 1400m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus no SVP files are added to this dataset. However, data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed a few times during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather moderate since the gridded hillshade data showed some obstacles. During the cruise the multibeam system was considered not working properly (SO236 was the last scientific voyage of RV SONNE). Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • French
    Authors: 
    Ifremer Géosciences Marines; LOUBRIEU Benoît;
    Publisher: Ifremer

    Bathymétrie de l'archipel de Crozet, au pas de 100 mètres. Ce Modèle Numérique de Terrain est une compilation de données bathymétriques issues de différentes sources. Référence verticale : niveau moyen observé des mers. Rapport de traitement : Loubrieu Benoit, Pierre Delphine, Biville Romain, Le Duff Mathilde (2013). Digital Terrain Model for the HA04 hydroacoustic station, Crozet Islands, France. CB/GM/CTDI-BL2013-01 Les données sont issues des campagnes : - SCHLICH Roland (1998) KERIMIS-MD109 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/98200010 - HUMLER Eric (2001) MD 121 / SWIFT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200030 - METZL Nicolas, PIERRE Catherine (2001) VT 51 / OISO 6 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200010 - ASLANIAN Daniel, HUMLER Eric, MICHEL Elisabeth (2002) MD 125 / SWIFT BIS-CARHOT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/2200020 - MICHEL Elisabeth (2004) MD 136 / VIGO cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/4200110 - ROEST Walter (2005) MD 150 /DELCANO RISE-KERGUEPLAC2 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/5200060 - VIALLY Roland, BRUNET Christian, ROYER Jean-Yves (2008) MD 165 / KERGUEPLAC 3 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/8200010 - ROEST Walter, JOHNSON Sean (2010) MD176 Discovery Ridge-CrozetPlac cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001444 - CROSTA Xavier (2019) MD 218 / CROTALE cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000886 + transits du R/V Marion Dufresne MD202 (2016) et MD207 (2017) Bathymetry of the Crozet Islands, spatial resolution 100 meters. This Digital Terrain Model is a compilation of bathymetric data from several sources. Vertical reference : observed sea level Data process : Loubrieu Benoit, Pierre Delphine, Biville Romain, Le Duff Mathilde (2013). Digital Terrain Model for the HA04 hydroacoustic station, Crozet Islands, France. CB/GM/CTDI-BL2013-01 The data come from the cruises : - SCHLICH Roland (1998) KERIMIS-MD109 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/98200010 - HUMLER Eric (2001) MD 121 / SWIFT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200030 - METZL Nicolas, PIERRE Catherine (2001) VT 51 / OISO 6 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/1200010 - ASLANIAN Daniel, HUMLER Eric, MICHEL Elisabeth (2002) MD 125 / SWIFT BIS-CARHOT cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/2200020 - MICHEL Elisabeth (2004) MD 136 / VIGO cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/4200110 - ROEST Walter (2005) MD 150 /DELCANO RISE-KERGUEPLAC2 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/5200060 - VIALLY Roland, BRUNET Christian, ROYER Jean-Yves (2008) MD 165 / KERGUEPLAC 3 cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/8200010 - ROEST Walter, JOHNSON Sean (2010) MD176 Discovery Ridge-CrozetPlac cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001444 - CROSTA Xavier (2019) MD 218 / CROTALE cruise, RV Marion Dufresne, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000886 + transits of the R/V Marion Dufresne MD202 (2016) et MD207 (2017)

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    Authors: 
    Kieke, Dagmar;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was continuously recorded during RV MARIA S. MERIAN cruise MSM27. Data was recorded on 17 days between 2013-04-19 and 2013-05-05. This dataset contains a survey east of Island of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 2800m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus SVP files are added to this dataset. Nevertheless, the origin of these SVP files is unknown. Data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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    Authors: 
    Kieke, Dagmar;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was almost continuously recorded during RV METEOR cruise M85/1. Data was recorded on 29 days between 2011-06-25 and 2011-07-28. This dataset contains an elongated transit survey in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 3900m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus SVP files are added to this dataset. Nevertheless, the origin of these SVP files is unknown. Data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed several times during the survey. This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM). Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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    Authors: 
    Huhn, Katrin; Crutchley, Gareth J; Henrys, Stuart A; Jeromson, Matthew; Podszun, Lina;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV SONNE cruise SO247. Data was recorded on 25 days between 2016-03-27 and 2016-04-25. This dataset contains a survey east of New Zealand (North Island) covering mostly the continental slope. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 1800m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. Ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH and added to this dataset. However, also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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    Authors: 
    Lewińska, Paulina; Rippin, David M; Smith, William A P; Hancock, Edwin; Cooper, Michael A;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    This data set consists of 1930s, 1960s and 1980s orto-mosiac of East Greenland in particular 260 km-long section of coastline between 66.3 and 68.4◦N The archival orthophotomaps were produced with the use of Agisoft Metashape (Agisoft Metashape, 2020). We used 3 data sets: a) British Arctic Air Route Expedition (BAARE), aerial oblique images taken between July 1930 and August 1931. Photogrammetric reconnaissance was done with the use of two De Havilland DH.60 Moth planes with Gipsy 1 engines equipped for taking vertical and oblique photographs with Williamson P14 camera with a lens of known focal length of 2209.8 mm (7.25'), and 127 mm ×101.6 mm (5' ×4') glass plates with envelope adaptors for changing slides in daylight were used. For our study we used 73 images obtained during the summers of 1930 and 1931. The data set was obtained from Scott Polar Institute and is licensed by this organization. b) CORONA satellite mission, 1959-72, mostly consists of satellite stereo pair images. It was lead by the CIA and the U.S. Air Force, aimed at gathering spatial data for the creation of maps of vast remote areas for intelligence purposes. It was declassified in 1995. We used images taken on 24.09.1966. For this mission the KH-4M stereoscopic camera with 75% overlap was used. The KH-4A (Keyhole-4A) carried two J-1 (in earlier missions KH-3 cameras of 3.66 m resolution) panoramic cameras, with a focal length of 61 cm, and a ground resolution of 2.7 m to 7.6 m. The J-1 cameras were placed on an M (Mural) mount, one pointing 15° aft from the vertical and the other 15° forward. The minimal flight height was 180 km and the duration of each mission was 14-15 days. The panoramic cameras used work on the general principle that during the scanning process the lens and the scan arm moves while the film remains stationary. In this case the lens rotates around the second nodal point allowing the cylindrical focal plane to keep the image of distant objects sharp. As a result a 'bow-tie' shaped region is photographed and becomes compressed into a rectangular image. This effect creates significant panoramic image distortions. No additional meta data is available. The Corona data can currently be obtained (as digital high-resolution scans; 7 μm) from the EarthExplorer website (U.S. Geological Survey). c) Greenland 1:15000 scale, vertical aerial images. Mission was carried out between 1978-87 by the Geodetic Institute, the National Cadastre and Survey of Denmark, and the Danish Geodata Agency. A WILD RC10 camera with a nominal focal length of 87.72 mm was used to collect super-wide-angle photographs at planned flying heights of 13000 m. The images were captured on photographic film, in black and white and with 8 fiducial marks on each image. For our study we used 58 images obtained on 30th of July and 14th of August 1981. Data was obtained from Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency (SDFE). Since we did not have sufficient data to select the images with the best overlap or with the best light conditions, it was decided to use all the available images for this procedure. Initially we divided the 1930s data set into 5 regions for the production of 5 orthophotomaps. However, the 1960s and 1980s datasets were significantly different in terms of their extent and overlap. This forced us to divide our area into different sub-regions in order to produce mosaics of the same glaciers as covered by the 1930s images. For all of the images we found the corresponding areas on the ArcticDEM model and created GCPs on stable, non-ice covered bare ground, which we assume to be fixed over the time period covered. The GCP placement accuracy calculated during the processing of the mosaics was around 1 pixel and in 90% of cases was smaller than 0.8 pixel. The spatial accuracy in metres varied, but in most cases was less than 20 m, and did not exceed 15 m in the X and Y directions separately. This result can be considered satisfactory when taking into account the quality of the ground truth model, problems with the definition of the stable areas for GCPs, and the age and type of the archival images.

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    Authors: 
    Hübscher, Christian; Beier, Christoph;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Swath sonar bathymetry data used for that dataset was recorded during RV METEOR cruises M79/2 (26.8.-21.9. 2009) using Kongsberg EM 120 multibeam echosounder and M113/1 (29.12.2014-22.1.2015) and M128 (2.-27.7.2016) using Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder. The water depth ranges from 14 to 4974 m. The data set stretches W-E from -29.9396°W to -22.9648°W and N-S from 39.3084°N to 36.5185°N. To enhance MBES data accuracy, several sound velocity profile casts were conducted in the vicinity of the working area prior and during the surveys. Raw data were converted to MB-System format. Data were manually edited for false measurements. No further artificial sound velocity profiles were used during further processing. A raster was calculated and stored in GeoTIFF format with a 50m resolution. In addition, the full resolution of available ASCII data and used for grid calculation are also archived in this dataset. To obtain a continuous grid, we recommend combining it with EMODNet data. These data should not be used for navigational purposes.

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    Authors: 
    Waniek, Joanna J;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg (Simrad) EM 120 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV MARIA S. MERIAN cruise MSM18/1. Data was recorded on 12 days between 2011-04-18 and 2011-05-01. This dataset contains a survey in the North Atlantic Ocean. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 4700m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus no SVP files are added to this dataset. Also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has not been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area 'Data management and Digitalization' (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Whether data acquisition has been monitored and system settings adjusted during surveying is unknown.Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

  • French
    Authors: 
    Ifremer / Géo-Océan; Service Géologique De Nouvelle-Calédonie; KARTHIKEYAN Vishnu; COLLOT Julien; ETIENNE Samuel; LOUBRIEU Benoît; PATRIAT Martin; VENDE-LECLERC Myriam; TANGUY Nina; PERTUISOT Cécile; +1 more
    Publisher: Ifremer

    Bathymétrie du Parc Naturel de la Mer de Corail, en Nouvelle-Calédonie (synthèse créée en 2022), au pas de 50 mètres. Ce Modèle Numérique de Terrain est une compilation de données bathymétriques acquises par sondeur multifaisceaux. L'étendue de la version disponible correspond aux délimitations du Parc Naturel de la Mer de Corail (PNMC). Référence verticale : niveau observé des mers Rapport de traitement : citation Archimer à ajouter Description des campagnes : - HOURDEZ Stéphane, JOLLIVET Didier (2019) CHUBACARC cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18001111 - MAUFFRET Alain, SYMONDS Phil (1999) FAUST2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/99010130 - SAMADI Sarah, OLU Karine (2019) KANADEEP 2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000883 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_CHESTERFIEDS cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018400 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_GRAND_LAGON_NORD cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018300 - Division Plans de DMI - SHOM (2015) SHOMCAL_SARCELLE cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15018500 - SHOMPAC 2019 https://data.shom.fr/ - HELLO Yann (2019) SPPIM 2019 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/18000882 - COLLOT Julien, SUTHERLAND Rupert, ROEST Walter (2015) TECTA cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15001300 - PATRIAT Martin, MORTIMER Nick (2015) VESPA cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/15001100 - PAUTOT Guy (1993) ZONECO1 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/93000130 - LAFOY Yves (1994) ZONECO2 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/94010060 - MISSEGUE François (1996) ZONECO3 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/96010070 - LE SUAVE Raymond (1996) ZONECO4 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/96010080 - AUZENDE Jean-Marie (1999) ZONECO5 cruise, RV L'Atalante, https://doi.org/10.17600/99010120 - DEEP FREEZE 03 - EW0002 (WOODLARK_BASIN, 2000) https://www.bodc.ac.uk/ - EW9914 (LAU_BASIN, 1999) https://www.bodc.ac.uk/ - Faust Capel Basins Survey (GA-2436 / TAN0713) https://www.ga.gov.au/ - HAWAIKI - IN2016_T01 https://mnf.csiro.au/en/Voyages/IN2016_T01 (ECOSAT2) - IN2019_V04 https://mnf.csiro.au/en/Voyages/IN2019_V04 (ECOSAT3) - KM0504 https://doi.org/10.7284/900816 - KM0701 (WESTERN PACIFIC WARM POOL, 2007) https://www.rvdata.us/ - KM0703 (2007) (SPEEDO) http://www.rvdata.us/catalog/KM0703 - KR1605/GA-0354 https://doi.org/10.4225/25/59f7c1c232ff0 - KR17-15C / GA-0363 http://dx.doi.org/10.26186/5bf76dd8aba72 - MR0707 LEG1 / GA-2482 (2007) - SS200405 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200405 - SS200406 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200406 - SS200502 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200502 - SS200806 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200806 - SS200807 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS200807 - SS2009_T02 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2009_T02 - SS2009_V03 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2009_V03 - SS2012_T02 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2012_T02 - SS2012_T03 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=SS2012_T03 - ST200602 https://www.cmar.csiro.au/data/trawler/survey_details.cfm?survey=ST200602 - SO 190 http://dx.doi.org/10.3289/ifm-geomar_rep_8_2007 - TAN1410 (NOUMEA TRANSIT) - TAN2106 (2021) - WEST05MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST05MV.htm - WEST06MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST06MV.htm - WEST12MV http://maps.continentalshelf.org/geodas/WEST12MV.htm Bathymetry of the Natural Park of the Coral Sea, New Caledonia (synthesis created in 2022), at 50-metre grid resolution. This Digital Terrain Model is a compilation of bathymetric data acquired by multibeam echo sounder. The extent of the available version corresponds to the boundaries of the Natural Park of the Coral Sea. Vertical reference: observed sea level Processing report: Archimer citation to be added Description of the cruises :

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    Authors: 
    Brix, Saskia; Martínez Arbizu, Pedro;
    Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

    Multibeam bathymetry raw data using the ship's own Kongsberg EM 122 multibeam echosounder was not continuously recorded during RV METEOR cruise M85/3. Data was recorded on 9 days between 2011-08-27 and 2011-09-22. This dataset contains elongated surveys mostly east and one survey line west of Iceland. The approximate average depth of the entire dataset is around 400m.The data are archived at the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) and provided to PANGAEA database for data curation and publication. No ancillary sound velocity profiles (SVP) files from the cruise are archived at the BSH, thus added to this dataset. However, also data analysis of the multibeam raw data revealed that SVP has not been changed during the survey.This publication is conducted within the efforts of the German Marine Research Alliance in the core area "Data management and Digitalization" (Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung, DAM).Data are unprocessed and therefore contains incorrect depth measurements (artifacts) without further processing. Note that refraction errors can be expected due to the lack of proper SVP. Overall, it appears that the data quality is rather good since the gridded hillshade data showed relatively few obstacles. Partially some data are of poor data quality, which is commented in the parameter table. Nevertheless, it seems that the multibeam was set to a very narrow beam angle most of the time (only covering the same distance across direction relative to water depth).Data can be processed e.g. with the open source software package MB-System (Caress, D. W., and D. N. Chayes, MB-System: Mapping the Seafloor, http://www.mbari.org/products/research-software/mb-system/, 2022). These data should not be used for navigational purposes.Data publishing was realized by Daniel Damaske, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University Bremen).

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