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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/231972
Dataset. 2015

PHARMADEEP CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Jamieson, Alan
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
PHARMADEEP Cruise (29HE20151213) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2015, PharmaDEEP ("New pharmaceuticals from the deep Antarctic"). The specific aims of PharmaDeep are to: (a) Collect marine organisms from deep-and-cold-water habitats that may be unique sources of natural products for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. (b) Perform the first marine biological survey of the unique habitat, the South Shetland Trough. (c) Compare and contrast the SST fauna and drivers of distribution with other trench ecosystems. (d) Investigate the recent geological environment including sea-bed geomorphology and composition as well as glacial and interglacial cycles

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231972
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Dataset. 2016

GALILEO-IHM-2016 CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Conforto, Juan Ramón
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
GALILEO-IHM-2016 Cruise (29HE20160103) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2016, This cruise includes two projects: 1. Measurements of position and signal quality of the european Galileo GNSS Open Service. This is within a Galileo Pilot Project funded by the the MoD of Spain and executed by the Hydrographic Institute of the Navy. 2. Hydrographic (Cartographic) works for Navigation Chart production by Hydrographic Institute of the Navy. This includes bathymetric works in the areas of Southern Livingston Island and Deception Island

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231973
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Dataset. 2016

DISTANTCOM CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Àvila, Conxita
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
DISTANTCOM Cruise (29HE20160204) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2016, The main objective of the project is to understand the diversity and structure of Antarctic marine benthic communities. The ecological activity of marine natural products from Benthic organisms will be studied using chemical ecology experiments in situ. We will collect various marine invertebrates (stars, worms, snails, etc.) and we will study its behavior in the laboratory. We will try find out what chemical defenses they use to repel their predators or to keep clean, preventing organisms from adhering to their surface. These chemicals can also have an activity potentially useful biological in the form of medicines. For putting a example, the compound that prevents the cells of your enemy from spreading it could serve to prevent the development of cancer cells. We will try to learn more about how the animals of the Antarctic fund live: what trophic relationships do they have (who eats whom), what relationships symbiotics present (who lives with whom) or what pollutants accumulate (that they feel bad). We intend to know also their relations of kinship, trying to unveil the family tree of some species, and what factors have conditioned its current distribution. This is important also in relation to climate change. Sampling has been done with beam trawls and with divers

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231974
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Dataset. 2016

MIXTO CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Ercilla, Gemma
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
MIXTO Cruise (29HE20160306) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2016, The main objectives of this survey are: 1) Mapping sedimentary features resulting from the interaction of water bodies with gravitational features ( valleys and landslides ) from the upper slope 2) seismic analysis for the establishment of a model facies sedimentary 3) Determine the recent sedimentary processes. During the cruise, which in its data collection stage in the south of Buenos Aires completed 990 miles of navigation between 39 and 42 ° Lat. S, geomorphological and morphosedimentary features of the outer platform and slope at depths between 90 and 4000 meters were analyzed, sedimentary structures of the shallow subsoil (up to 100 m below the bottom) were analyzed, and recent processes related to the interaction between geological factors (transport of sediments, erosion-deposition processes on terraces and gravitational on slopes and underwater canyons) and oceanographic (interfaces between water masses, longitudinal currents to the margin and turbidity). The instruments used were: multi-beam echo sounder of shallow and deep water, parametric profiler TOPAS, 12 KHz echo sounder, biological echo sounder, XBT-XSV and Doppler ADCP

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231975
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Dataset. 2016

INCRISIS CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Ercilla, Gemma
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
INCRISIS Cruise (29HE20160523) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2016, On January 25, 2016 there was an earthquake of magnitude Mw = 6.3 with epicenter in the Alboran Sea (35.6ºN, 3.81ºW), which caused material damage in Melilla and Moroccan cities; It was also felt in the southeast of Iberia. It is the main earthquake of the seismic crisis that continues today. Its focal mechanism and the distribution of replicas suggest the activity of an unknown fault of direction NNE-SSO of about 25 km in length, in the western part of the Dorsal de Alboran. This seismic activity seems to be in continuity with the earthquakes of Alhucemas of 1994 and 2004, and associated with the prolongation of a fault zone in the rifeña mountain range. The realization of this marine geology cruise is a unique opportunity to know the effects that the seismicity of these characteristics causes in the bottom and sub-fund of the Alboran Sea, such as displacements of the seabed, triggering of landslides and other risks associated with them ( eg, tsunamis) that would affect both Moroccan and Spanish coastal areas. The results of this campaign will be analyzed in detail during the development of a new research project (DAMAGE) requested to the MINECO call and will contribute to characterize the geological hazard of active faults in the Alboran Sea. The specific objectives of this cruise include: 1) Cartography and characterization of sedimentary and tectonic features and comparison with the previous data 2) Stratigraphic analysis, simian facies and deformation structures 3) Determination of sedimentary and tectonic processes triggered by the earthquake and the seismic crisis

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231976
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Dataset. 2016

ZEE-2016 CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Catalán-Morollón, Manuel
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
ZEE-2016 Cruise (29HE20160527) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2016, ZEE-2016 cruise : Bathimetry, magnetic field, gravimeter field of Balear Sea. The main objectives will be: - Systematic recognition of study areas with 100% coating, with multi-beam probe, using also single-beam probe, EA-600 and EK60, gravimetry, geomagnetism, sediment penetrator, and oceanographic parameters. The Multi-beam, single-beam and Bathymetry works will be priority, performing simultaneously geomagnetic, gravimetric and high resolution seismic and oceanographic works. Systematic data collection of: - XBT / XSV - Weather Station - Termosalynograph - Doppler

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231977
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Dataset. 2017

GALILEO-IHM-2017 CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Conforto, Juan Ramón
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
GALILEO-IHM-2017 Cruise (29HE20170208) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2017, This project has two main objectives: 1. Trials of signals and positioning of the european GNSS Galileo for the OS and PRS Services. 2. Various bathymetric surveys for nautical charting purposes, This data will be available for the oficial Spanish Hydrographic Office nautical chart portfolio

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231978
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Dataset. 2017

RETRO-BMC CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Pelegrí, Josep Lluís
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
RETRO-BMC Cruise (29HE20170408) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2017, The RETRO-BMC aimed at studying the variability of the Malvinas-Brazil Confluence region at the mesoscale and submesoscale, including thermohaline intrusions and the river plume. A secondary objective was to gather combined current+hydrography data in the Beagle Channel

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231980
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Dataset. 2017

ZEE-2017 CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Conforto, Juan Ramón
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
ZEE-2017 Cruise (29HE20170612) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2017, Oceanographic cruise of the Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone 2017 in waters of the Canary Archipelago. Objectives: - The systematic bathymetric survey of designated areas with full exploration of the background, using multibeam probes. - The systematic collection of gravimetry and magnetometry data and of acoustic profiles of the marine subsoil structure. The Obtaining this data will be secondary and always prioritizing the multibeam bathymetry from the previous section. - The systematic collection of oceanographic data and complementary environmental - Vertical Profiles of Celerity of Sound, through XBT Batitermographs, - Meteorological Data, through instrumentation of the Weather Station, -Surface temperature and salinity data, through Thermosalinograph equipment, - Current data in the surface layers through acoustic current meters ADCP

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231981
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Dataset. 2018

TASMANDRAKE CRUISE, RV HESPÉRIDES

  • Escutia, Carlota
  • Bohoyo, Fernando
  • CSIC - Unidad de Tecnología Marina (UTM)
TASMANDRAKE Cruise (29HE20180111) carried out on the Research Vessel Hespérides in 2018, The general objective of the TASMANDRAKE project is the study of the onset and evolution of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC). Taking into account the allowed period and that the capabilities of the geophysical equipment on board cannot image the deep structures and sediments, the cruise cannot fulfill the objectives of the TASMANDRAKE Project pertaining to the opening of gateways and onset of the ACC. We have therefore developed and alternative plan for the DRAKE2018 cruise that will allow us to collect mid-penetration to shallow data from the southern Drake-Scotia area (58ºS/62ºS and 60ºW/50ºW) and the South Orkney Shelf (60ºS/63ºS and 50ºW/40ºW). With this kind of capabilities we target those objectives of the TASMANDRAKE Project dealing with: 1) the evolution of the ACC during the Pleistocene and the Holocene; and 2) near-surface structure of continental blocks (i.e., the South Orkney micro-continent and the platform surrounding Elephant Island) and age of the older oceanic crust in Drake Passage. The proposed work is aimed to help land- ocean correlations between the stratigraphy of Seymour/Marambio Island and Ocean Drilling Project Site 696, in order to better understand the break-up and paleogeographic evolution of these continental blocks. The proposed marine surveys will consist in the execution of predefined transects along which geophysical data will be collected. In addition, we expect to collect sediment cores in specific sites, in order to groundtruth seismic facies with sediment information and provide age constrains of the most recent (Quaternary-Pliocene) units

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/231982
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