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MED-SUV CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Ibáñez, Jesús M.
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
MED-SUV Cruise (29SG20140625) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2014, An active seismic experiment to study the internal structure of Etna Volcano is going to carried out on Sicily and Aeolian islands. The main objective of the experiment is to perform a high resolution seismic tomography, in velocity and attenuation, in the Etnean region, by using active and passive seismic data, in an area encompassing outstanding volcanoes as Mt. Etna, and Aeolian volcanoes. This experiment will start on July 20th, 2014 and the final phase of it will be performed in January-February 2015. The achievement of this objective is based on the integration and sharing of the in-situ marine and land experiments and observations and on the implementation of new instruments and monitoring systems. For the purpose, onshore and offshore seismic stations and passive and active seismic data generated both in marine and terrestrial environment will be used. Additionally, other geophysical data, mainly magnetic and gravimetric data will be considered to obtain a joint Upper Mantle-Crust structure that could permit to make progress in the understanding of the dynamic of the region. This experiment is a collaborative effort of different research projects and relationships among institutions under a common joint project, MED-SUV. Combining refraction and reflexion experiment, around 50.000 shots will be performed that will be recorder on a dense local seismic network consisting of 100 protable seismic stations, 70 permanent seismic stations from INGV, 25 OBSs stations and by a streamer 3 km long with 240 geophones associated to the “Sarmiento de Gamboa” vessel. In total we expect to record more than ten million of P-waves onsets, probably never done before in the world. In the follow figure we show the position of the seismic stations onshore and the OBSs

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MODUPLAN CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Varela, Marta M.
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
MODUPLAN Cruise (29SG20140804) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2014, The scientific objective of this oceanographic cruise: to study the biodiversity of microplanktonic organisms in the deep waters of the North Atlantic and their relationship with global change

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MOWER CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Hernández-Molina, Francisco J.
MOWER Cruise (29SG20140901) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2014, MOWER:The main objective is to identify and study in the seabed of the Gulf of Cádiz and in western Portugal, the erosive features and sedimentary deposits generated by water bodies (especially the flow of Mediterranean waters in the Atlantic called Mediterranean Outflow Water or MOW). To achieve this objective, images of the seafloor will be recorded and sediment samples will be obtained, among others.The objectives of the MOWER Cruise have been: 1) to determine the latest (Holocene) sedimentary, oceanographic and paleoceanographic processes; 2) to establish the Pliocene and Quaternary evolution of the erosional features and associated sandy contourites, particularly dealing with sedimentological aspects and addressing geohazards deducted from such evolution; and 3) to characterize the influence and control in a large--‐scale of the continental margin prior to and during the development of the erosional features and associated sandy contourites. The data acquired during the 35 days of cruise consisted in single-channel seismic (airguns and parasound), scientific and multibeam echosounder systems, and sediment samplings (van been drag and box and gravity corers). On selected areas, the Portuguese ARGUS ROV system was deployed

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FUGRO-3 CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Dañobeitia, Juan José
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
FUGRO-3 Cruise (29SG20141029) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2014, Fugro Black Sea Cruise

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SHAKE CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Gràcia, Eulàlia
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
SHAKE Cruise (29SG20150423) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2015, The SHAKE cruise consists in a 30-day in situ investigation using underwater vehicles (AUV and ROV) to survey the active seismogenic faults of the Eastern Alboran Sea (Carboneras Fault, N-S Fault system, Al Idrissi Fault and Yusuf Fault), located at the SE Iberian and NE Moroccan margins. These fault systems have been well characterized (i.e. geometry and kinematics, seismostratigraphy, seismic potential) during previous national and European projects. In the frame of the ongoing Spanish project SHAKE we have been allocated shiptime onboard the Spanish RV “Sarmiento de Gamboa” (SdG) to carry out a in situ marine paleoseismic investigation of active faults and its associated processes. The first part of the cruise (Leg 1: 23 April-13 May; 21 days) will be devoted to acoustic seafloor investigation (i.e. micro-bathymetry, sub-bottom profiler) to search for surface ruptures and on-fault / near-fault co-seismic seafloor deformation using the AUVs “AsterX” and “IdefX” (IFREMER, France) obtained in the frame of an OFEG exchange collaboration. The second part of the cruise (Leg 2: 16 May to 22 May, 7 days), will be devoted to a direct visual seafloor exploration and sampling of selected sites (i.e. scarps related to earthquake ruptures, fluid venting and associated habitats) using the ROV “Max Rover” (HCMR, Greece) in the frame of the IRIS project granted in EuroFleets-2

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CHIANTI-1 CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Sallarès, Valentí
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
CHIANTI-1 Cruise (29SG20150712) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2015, The CHIANTI-1 cruise aims to study the deep structure of the system formed by the subduction of the Ionian plate south of the Arch of Calabria and the volcanic arc of the Aeolian Islands and the extension basins transplant Marsili and Vavilov arc, in the Tyrrhenian Sea. For this method of seismic refraction and wide angle reflection they will be used mainly by deploying a total of 67 ocean bottom seismometers (OBS) in the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ionian Sea. These data were supplemented with data from multibeam bathymetry and sediment profiler

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CHIANTI-2_LEG3 CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Ranero, César R.
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
CHIANTI-2_LEG3 Cruise (29SG20150804) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2015, The Chianti cruise aims at studying the tectonic structure of the Ionian region using geophysical methods. The cruise has collected multichannel seismic reflection streamer data along with multi beam and sub-bottom profiler records to analyze the distribution of faults and the history of sedimentation to determine which structures are active and may have a potential relation to large or great earthquakes in the regions

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CHIANTI-2_LEG4 CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Urgeles, Roger
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
CHIANTI-2_LEG4 Cruise (29SG20150818) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2015, The CHIANTI Leg 4 Cruise aimed at understanding the geological processes resulting in geohazards in the Tyrrhenian Sea and their relationship with the deeper tectonic structure. Particulary, the cruise investigated basin-scale sediment dynamics and active geologic processes at the origin of geohazards and their sedimentary record

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MEGAN CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • García, Carlos M.
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
MEGAN Cruise (29SG20150921) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2015, As the main observational tool of the MEGAN project, the main cruise (21 September-11 October onboard “B/O Sarmiento de Gamboa”) will provide data and samples to analyse the core objectives of the project, namely the characterization of rich coastal areas in the region and investigate its connections, as well as the transport of rich coastal waters to Alboran Sea. The results of cruise registers and samples analyses will improve the present numerical models and serve as a basis to propose new prediction tools. In order to accomplish a adequate sampling, the Cruise will include :Launch and monitoring of several drift buoys from Trafalgar to Alboran Sea, (ii) Characterization of the coastal Trafalgar Cape area including a whole tidal/daily cycles observation (“Trafalgar phases” both in neap and spring tides conditions), (iii) ADCP registers of currents fields in the area to reveal main patterns, fluxes, coast to channel transports, dynamics of the Atlantic Jet entering the Mediterranean and tidal related pulses mainly, (iv) A particular study of transports through the Strait by means of Sectional Transect in the narrowest section (N-S continuous registers during 24 h both in neap and spring times, called “Transversal Section phase”), (v) a Lagrangian monitoring of water properties on the jet performed with CTD casts coupled to drift buoys paths and (vi) Daily cycles studies in coastal habitats (Trafalgar, Camarinal, NW Alboran upwelling region) and on the center of the anticiclonic gyre in Western Alboran. Project I will analyse biogeochemical samples (inorganic nutrients, pigment composition and abundance, organic compounds related to plankton activity, characterization of planktonic community (from pico to mesoplankton) and plastics distribution and estimated fluxes to Mediterranean.) as well as complementary survey on apical predators (seabirds and cetacean by direct observation) Project II will mainly analyse currents by ADCP, behaviour of drift buoys, analyses on termosalinograph data, satellite and present models relation, turbulence profiles in the area and meteorological data analyses. They are also responsible of the core of hydrodynamical models tools, widely used to in situ permanent design of sampling

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BOCATS CRUISE, RV SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA

  • Pérez, Fiz F.
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
BOCATS Cruise (29SG20160617) carried out on the Research Vessel Sarmiento de Gamboa in 2016, Recent evaluations of the absorption of CO2 in the North Atlantic showed that the natural component of the carbon cycle had been affected by the variability of the thermohaline circulation (MOC). The first goal of the BOCATS project is to extend the time series of the MOC and the observation of the ventilation of the water masses for a better quantification of its effect on the variations in the carbon cycle in the North Atlantic over decades of time scales. The estimation of this variability is essential to evaluate future climate change scenarios. The second goal of BOCATS is to quantify the effect of the increase of atmospheric CO2 in the production and dissolution of CaCO3. The universally accepted hypothesis of the steady state CaCO3 cycle has been questioned due to the acidification observed in the deep waters of the North Atlantic and its negative potential impact on calcareous organisms. The objectives of the BOCATS project are addressed in two main activities: i) Maintain the decentralized circulation observation cycle and the carbon cycle with the ninth completion of the A25 hydrography / geochemistry section between Portugal and Greenland that began in 1997, ii The evaluation in the subpolar turn of the carbon cycle variability, separating the natural and anthropogenic components, including the organic matter, sediments and other biogenic elements. The main observational contribution of BOCATS was a cruise to be carried out in June and July 2016. The high-quality observations foreseen in the subpolar turn contributed to the early detection of the alteration of the carbon cycle and the precise speed of the storage rates of CO2 and acidification, relating these changes with the variability of the MOC

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