As part of the demonstration mission in the framework of the EC ESONET (European Seas Observatory NETwork) project, the multi-parametric seafloor observatory SN-4 was deployed at a key site along the North Anatolian Fault in the Gulf of Izmit, where low-intensity gas seepages were observed.
The deployment the SN4 submarine observatory along the North Anatolian Fault track in the Izmit Gulf was projected in order to collect a 1-year data series of seismicity an fluid emission from the seafloor and study possible correlations between seismicity and gas methane emission in an active seismic zone.
|technical reference||Giuditta Marinaro (INGV)|
|period||October 05, 2009 - March 15, 2010|
|coordinates||40.729087 N, 29.398833 E (WGS84)|
|id||instrument type||instrument model||sampling rate|
|METADATA||31||CTD||SBE 16plus||1 sample / 10 min|
|METADATA||28||Current meter||Nobska MAVS-3||5 Hz|
|METADATA||29||Methane meter||Franatech METS||1 Hz|
|METADATA||30||Oxygen meter||AADI Optode 3830||1 Hz|
|METADATA||34||Seismometer||Guralp CMG-40T||100 Hz||-|
|METADATA||32||Turbidity meter||ECO-NTU(RT)D 6000m||1 sample / 10 min|
|citation||Marinaro, Giuditta. (2009). MARMARA-DM campaign using INGV/SN-4 seafloor platform during ESONET-MARMARA-DM project in Marmara Sea site (Marmara Sea), part of EMSO network.|