MARMARA-DM - Oxygen meter dataset
AADI Oxygen Optode 3830
Davide Embriaco (INGV)
Citation: Embriaco, Davide. (2009). Oxygen meter dataset (AADI Optode 3830 @ 1 Hz) from INGV/SN-4 seafloor platform during ESONET-MARMARA-DM project in Marmara Sea site (Marmara Sea), part of EMSO network.
Abstract: The Optode sensor measures the dissolved oxygen concentration in sea water using a lifetime-based luminescence quenching principle. The dataset includes a measured device temperature channel and the oxygen saturation values [%] computed from concentration and temperature.
Purpose: The sensor is used to monitor the oxygen concentration dissolved in sea water and to provide oxygen concentration values needed by the methane sensor calibration formula.
Quality of data: Raw Oxygen data as recorded by the Optode sensor from 5 October 2009 until 15 March 2010. The data set is continuous with few gaps (0.048% samples lost). The concentration values are not corrected for sea salinity. True concentration values needs post processing elaboration using salinity data [see Optode manual]. The temperature channel measures the device temperature.
|period||October 05, 2009 - March 15, 2010|
|coordinates||40.729087 N, 29.398833 E (WGS84)|
|sampling rate||1 Hz|
|platform type||Fixed benthic node|
|export formats||NetCDF (CF), ODV4|
|license||Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0)|
|science keywords||OCEANS > OCEAN CHEMISTRY > OXYGEN
|xml||ATOM - DIF - KML - OAI DublinCore - PANGAEA DublinCore - OpenSearch - RDF - SensorML|
|dissemination||GENESI-DEC - NASA GCMD - EMSO Data Portal - ESONET Data Portal - ESONET Sensor|