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Abstract: Video of O2 and CO2 dynamics around a root of the fresh water plant; Lobelia dortmanna, during light and dark alternations. The 2D distribution of O2 and CO2 was recorded during a dark (12h)-light (12h)-dark (12h) interval using the Planar optode system; VisiSens TD from PreSens - Precision Sensing GmbH, Regensburg, Germany. The 2D distribution of O2 and CO2 was recorded as single images at 30min intervals. Subsequently, the images were compiled to a video. The video demonstrates strong daily variation in O2 and CO2 around Lobelia dortmanna root-tips controlled by O2 release and CO2 uptake by roots during illumination of the aboveground biomass. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Not Availble Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: 53.960000 * LONGITUDE: 10.300000 * LOCATION: Ihlsee, Bad Segeberg, Germany * METHOD/DEVICE: Planar optode
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Video of O2, pH and CO2 dynamics around a root of the salt marsh plant; Spartina anglica, during light and dark alternations. The 2D distribution of O2, pH and CO2 was recorded during a light (12h)-dark (12h)-light (12h)-dark (12h) interval using the Planar optode system; VisiSens TD from PreSens - Precision Sensing GmbH, Regensburg, Germany. The 2D distribution of O2, pH and CO2 was recorded as single images at 10min intervals. Subsequently, the images were compiled to a video. Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE: 55.146231 * LONGITUDE: 8.613669 * LOCATION: Rømødæmningen * METHOD/DEVICE: Planar optode
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Abstract: Video showing the gas release experiment, which has been conducted at ~80 m water depth in the vicinity of the Sleipner CO2 storage site in the North Sea. The gas discharge was observed in situ during a 4 hour dive with GEOMAR's remotely operated vehicle ROV Kiel 6000 equipped with HD camera/video device. Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Supplement to: Vielstädte, Lisa; Linke, Peter; Schmidt, Mark; Sommer, Stefan; Haeckel, Matthias; Braack, Malte; Wallmann, Klaus (2019): Footprint and detectability of a well leaking CO₂ in the Central North Sea: Implications from a field experiment and numerical modelling. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 84, 190-203, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijggc.2019.03.012 Supplemental Information: Copyright from video exif data: Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Ozeanforschung Kiel GEOMAR; All Rights Reserved. The media-item can be used without additional charges for editorial purposes only and must be related to the GEOMAR. The source must be cited. For commercial use a written explicit permission of the author is required. Coverage: EVENT LABEL: (44ROV12) * LATITUDE START: 58.405833 * LONGITUDE START: 2.023667 * LATITUDE END: 58.406333 * LONGITUDE END: 2.022667 * DATE/TIME START: 2012-08-03T06:12:00 * DATE/TIME END: 2012-08-03T15:02:00 * ELEVATION START: -76.0 m * ELEVATION END: -77.4 m * LOCATION: Sleipner * CAMPAIGN: CE12010 * BASIS: Celtic Explorer * METHOD/DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320309. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 77.718667 * LONGITUDE START: 15.167333 * LATITUDE END: 77.724333 * LONGITUDE END: 15.221667 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-09-02T17:24:04 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-09-02T18:31:23 * ELEVATION START: -86.0 m * ELEVATION END: -77.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320057. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 78.567933 * LONGITUDE START: 10.334983 * LATITUDE END: 78.572867 * LONGITUDE END: 10.332083 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-09-08T05:07:41 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-09-08T06:09:01 * ELEVATION START: -135.0 m * ELEVATION END: -149.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320058. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 78.584300 * LONGITUDE START: 9.447167 * LATITUDE END: 78.584333 * LONGITUDE END: 9.502250 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-09-08T09:56:40 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-09-08T11:08:42 * ELEVATION START: -398.0 m * ELEVATION END: -336.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320043. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 74.453800 * LONGITUDE START: 20.834800 * LATITUDE END: 74.455550 * LONGITUDE END: 20.834333 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-08-29T05:47:08 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-08-29T06:35:10 * ELEVATION START: -182.0 m * ELEVATION END: -181.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
  • Dataset
Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320050. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 77.827883 * LONGITUDE START: 15.664983 * LATITUDE END: 77.829133 * LONGITUDE END: 15.685500 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-09-03T10:46:38 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-09-03T11:23:11 * ELEVATION START: -45.0 m * ELEVATION END: -32.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions and depths from the ship's automatic data recording system. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.320060. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 78.823883 * LONGITUDE START: 9.618617 * LATITUDE END: 78.825317 * LONGITUDE END: 9.685267 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-09-10T16:05:24 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-09-10T17:19:40 * ELEVATION START: -89.0 m * ELEVATION END: -101.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
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Abstract: Not Available Category: geoscientificInformation Source: Not Available Supplemental Information: Positions from notes of the principal investigator, depths from the ROV depth sensor. The ROV-system sprint 103 was equipped with two video- and one 36mm still camera, lights, flash-lights, compass, and parallel lasers providing a scale in the images, a tether-management system (TMS), a winch, and the board units. All cameras used the same main lens and could be tilted. Videos were recorded in Betacam-format. Videos were uploaded for documentation reasons independently of partly low quality due to a ROV driving strategy responding to varying environmental conditions such as sunlight and turbidity. Photographs along the same ROV-transect are available at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.898345. J. Gutt: mailto:Julian.Gutt@awi.de Coverage: EVENT LABEL: * LATITUDE START: 76.000500 * LONGITUDE START: 16.584833 * LATITUDE END: 75.995000 * LONGITUDE END: 16.606833 * DATE/TIME START: 2001-08-30T13:17:48 * DATE/TIME END: 2001-08-30T14:42:03 * ELEVATION START: -337.0 m * ELEVATION END: -336.0 m * CAMPAIGN: HE153 * BASIS: Heincke * DEVICE: Remote operated vehicle
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  • Video
  • Dataset