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1. Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) Database and Ocean Drilling Project (ODP) Database (Janus) at Texas AM University [DSDP_ODP_DATABASES_TAMU]
These databases contain geological and geophysical investigations of the cores recovered from almost every ocean of the world. The data were collected on oceanographic cruises of the ...


2. Modeling Effects of Hydrothermal Venting on the Benthic Ocean [MODEL_VENTS]
A variety of analytic and numerical models have been developed to look at circulation and transport in hydrothermal regions. The primary three-dimensional time-dependent numerical models are: the ...


3. IAI-Science-ISP-2-011-The Impact of Climate Change on Nearshore Marine Biodiversity in the Gulf of California [IAIDIS476]   PARENT DIF
This dataset refers to Final Report of the ISP round 2 project number 011, which has the name "THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON NEAR-SHORE MARINE BIODIVERSITY IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA". The potential ...


4. NeMO: A Seafloor Observatory of Undersea Volcano Monitoring [NEMO_PMEL]
The New Millennium Observatory Network (NeMO Net) is a near-real-time data communications system which links instruments located in a submarine volcano, 1 mile underwater and 300 miles offshore of ...


5. Northeast Pacific Seismicity Quarterly Epicenter Maps [NESEISMIC_VENTS]
Earthquake location maps for the NE Pacific have been accumulated since August 29, 1991. The source location fixes are based on bearing and arrival time information at 3 to 11 SOSUS hydrophone sites. ...


6. Vent GIS Data: Juan de Fuca Ridge [VENTS_GIS_Juan]
Hydrothermal vent locations have been determined by visits to the site using various underwater instruments including submarines and remotely operated vehicles. Positions are determined acoustically ...


7. Vent GIS Data: The Axial Volcano of the Juan de Fuca Ridge [VENTS_GIS_Axial]
Hydrothermal vent locations have been determined by visits to the site using various underwater instruments including submarines and remotely operated vehicles. Positions are determined acoustically ...


8. Vent GIS Data: The CoAxial Segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge [VENTS_GIS]
Hydrothermal vent locations have been determined by visits to the site using various underwater instruments including submarines and remotely operated vehicles. Positions are determined acoustically ...


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