LIDO 1 campaign

Campaign position on map

Iberian sea observatory in the Gulf of Cadiz is a region of complexity with the junction of the Eurasian and African plates resulting in doming of the sea floor, mud volcanoes and other complex features. The interaction of the Mediterranean outflow with Atlantic waters is significant.

The main aim is the set-up and operation of a monitoring seismic network in the Gulf of Cadiz for the evaluation and mitigation of these hazards. This network must be able to provide an in-depth knowledge of the seismic activity in the area coupled with the capability of an early detection of tsunami generation.

technical reference Davide Embriaco (INGV)
period November 10, 2009 - July 10, 2010
observatory GEOSTAR
coordinates 36.352917 N, 9.518245 W (WGS84)
depth 3180.5 m
orientation 137°
METADATA id instrument type instrument model sampling rate dataset
RAW data QC data 17 ADCP RDI WorkHorse 300 kHz 1 profile / hour -
RAW data QC data 16 CTD SBE 16plus 1 sample / hour plot
RAW data QC data 20 Current meter Nobska MAVS-3 5 Hz -
RAW data QC data 13 Gravimeter IFSI (INAF) Prototype #2 1 Hz plot
RAW data QC data 21 Hydrophone OAS E-2PD 100 Hz -
RAW data QC data 19 Pressure gauge Paroscientific 8CB-4000-I 1 sample / 15 sec plot
RAW data QC data 12 Seismometer Guralp CMG-40T 100 Hz -
RAW data QC data 18 Turbidity meter ECO-BB(RT)D 6000m 1 sample / hour plot
xml DIF
catalogues NASA GCMD
moist identifier moist.emso.iberian_margin.esonet-noe-lido.2009
citation Embriaco, Davide. (2009). LIDO 1 campaign using INGV/GEOSTAR seafloor platform during ESONET-NOE-LIDO project in Iberian Margin site (Gulf of Cadiz), part of EMSO network.