Seismic reflection profiles and OBS data during Meteor cruise M79/2


The data set comprises a wide-angle reflection/refraction profile and adjacent multi-channel seismic data, which have been recorded between 28 August and 18 September 2009 around the island of Sao Miguel / Azores. The main purpose was to unravel the volcano-tectonic evolution of Sao Miguel island, which is part of the south-eastern Terceira rift. For the wide-angle reflection/refraction profile we used ocean-bottom-hydrophones and land station for recordings and up to three 32 liter BOLT airguns as the seismic source. Four GI-Guns and a digital 144 channel streamer of 600 m active length were used for the multi-channel seismic measurements. All data are post-stack time migrated. For more details see Hübscher and Gohl (2014). All data have been collected during RV METEOR expedition M79/2 (Hübscher, 2013).

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Creator Hübscher, Christian ORCID logo; Batista, Luis ORCID logo; Terrinha, Pedro ORCID logo; Weiß, Benedikt
Publisher PANGAEA
Publication Year 2021
Rights Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International;
OpenAccess true
Resource Type Dataset
Format text/tab-separated-values
Size 62 data points
Discipline Earth System Research
Spatial Coverage (-26.424W, 37.017S, -24.409E, 38.485N)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2009-08-28T22:47:00Z
Temporal Coverage End 2009-09-12T11:17:00Z