ORION 1 campaign
ORION is the first underwater network of multiparameter seafloor observatories, based on GEOSTAR and two new multiparameter satellite observatories (nodes). This system was successfully operated in a mission in Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, at the base of Marsili volcano (3320 m w.d.)
In ORION (Ocean Research by Integrated Observatory Networks), GEOSTAR was implemented to act as the main node of an underwater network of deep-sea observatories.
GEOSTAR was equipped with an acoustic subsystem devoted:
1) to a vertical communication, used to transmit data of the observatory network to the surface buoy;
2) to the horizontal communication among the nodes ("horizontal" acoustic link) receiving data from the satellite nodes.
|technical reference||Laura Beranzoli (INGV)|
|period||December 02, 2003 - April 29, 2004|
|observatory||GEOSTAR - SN-3|
|coordinates||39.48833 N, 14.17222 E (WGS84)|
|METADATA||id||instrument type||instrument model||sampling rate|
|RAW data||QC data||84||ADCP||RDI WorkHorse 300 kHz||1 sample / hour|
|RAW data||QC data||83||CTD||SBE 16||1 sample / hour|
|RAW data||QC data||85||Transmissometer||Ctg Alphatracka II||1 sample / hour|
|citation||Beranzoli, Laura. (2003). ORION 1 campaign using INGV/GEOSTAR - SN-3 seafloor platform during ORION-GEOSTAR3 project in Southern Tyrrhenian Sea site (Marsili Basin), part of ORION network.|