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Dataset identification

Title of datasetMomareto 2006: inventory and densities of sampled species
Narrative summary of datasetDensities data measured from abundances of inventoried species on the hydrothermal edifice Eiffel Tower (Lucky Strike vent field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge), during Momareto cruise (2006). Twelve sampling units were selected to represent variate mussel assemblages on the edifice. Details on the sampling method and biodiversity analysis are published in Sarrazin et al. 2015 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.04.013)
Supporting documentationHow to cite: Sarrazin Jozee (2017). Momareto 2006: inventory and densities of sampled species. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/50220
Start date1900-01-01
End date2017-07-01

Responsible organisations

CountryFrance
Organisation nameIFREMER
Role of organisationDataset Holding Organisation

Dataset availability

Original dataset download linkhttps://cloud.emodnet-ingestion.eu/index.php/s/UNUBtAXQqM9qpWU
Dataset formatDelimited
Public accessNo limitations
License for useCC-BY 4.0
TypeDataset
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.17882/50220

Locations

Map
Latitude north boundary37.28333
Longitude east boundary-32.26667
Latitude south boundary37.28333
Longitude west boundary-32.26667
Coordinate reference systemWorld Geodetic System 84
Sea areaNorth Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Northeast Atlantic Ocean (40W)

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typeBiota abundance, biomass and diversity
ParameterBiodiversity indices
Seabed photography
Platform typeresearch vessel
Platform namePourquoi Pas

Process information

Submitting organisationIFREMER
Submission identifier (UUID)2c55cb93-bc55-4bd3-b75a-756d72270dc4
Date of dataset creation2017-07-01
Date of metadata creation2019-05-16
Date of metadata latest revision2019-07-19
Date of publishing2019-08-06
Processing data centreIFREMER / IDM / SISMER - Scientific Information Systems for the SEA
Summary record-ID543