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Event List of SO155

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Event labelOptional labelMethod/DeviceSensor URIDate/TimeLatitudeLongitudeElevationDate/Time endLatitude endLongitude endElevation endComment
SO155-trackUnderway cruise track measurements2001-02-09T00:00:008.95090-79.569202001-03-28T00:00:00-33.04090-71.61900Balboa - Valparaiso
SO155_01OFOSOcean Floor Observation System2001-03-01T19:09:00-62.18360-57.28217-12152001-03-02T01:47:00-62.21490-57.26532-1531Time in UTC
SO155_06GTVTelevision-Grab2001-03-02T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27680-62.19250-57.27700-1050100 kg of sediment with one piece of massive barite
SO155_05GTVTelevision-Grab2001-03-02T00:00:00-62.19270-57.27750-62.20870-57.26070-1050grey-green sediment
SO155_02DRDredge2001-03-02T00:00:00-62.12230-57.01670-1377-62.11780-57.00170-120010 kg of vesicular dacite, numerous dropstones
SO155_03DRDredge2001-03-02T00:00:00-62.12200-56.89880-640-62.11030-56.87730-450andesites as well as glassy olivine basalts,
SO155_04DRDredge2001-03-02T00:00:00-62.06220-56.96620-770-62.05630-56.96130-635dacites to andesites
SO155_10MUCMultiCorer2001-03-03T00:00:00-62.19200-57.27720-1072hydrothermally influenced sediment
SO155_11SLGravity corer (Kiel type)2001-03-03T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27700-10594 m of sediment, Tmax=22.3°C
SO155_07GTVTelevision-Grab2001-03-03T00:00:00-62.19180-57.27770-62.19230-57.27650-1050autobrecciated basalt plus warm (+13.6°C) sediment
SO155_09MUCMultiCorer2001-03-03T00:00:00-62.19180-57.27680-105010 cm sediment
SO155_15DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-62.04050-56.32070-2068-62.04100-56.33320-1600large olivine pillow basalt
SO155_16DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-62.00020-56.22880-2250-62.00150-56.24270-2000aphyric basalt plus plagioclase-bearing andesite
SO155_17DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-61.97230-56.16450-2430-61.97570-56.19650-2234olivine basalt
SO155_18DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-61.88280-55.98270-1540-61.87650-55.98350-1300olivine basalt
SO155_13DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-62.11270-56.51150-62.11100-56.51830-977black aphyric andesite
SO155_14DRDredge2001-03-04T00:00:00-62.06930-56.39530-62.06920-56.41520-1023black plagioclase-olivine basalt
SO155_22DRDredge2001-03-05T00:00:00-61.84120-55.44130-950-61.84130-55.42950-860only dropstones
SO155_23DRDredge2001-03-05T00:00:00-61.76550-55.42200-2600-61.75950-55.40970-2200dolerite plus plagioclase-bearing andesite
SO155_24DRDredge2001-03-05T00:00:00-61.82070-55.56080-2700-61.81330-55.53930-2500volcanic sandstone
SO155_20DRDredge2001-03-05T00:00:00-61.80530-55.47600-2800-61.81600-55.47630-2200red vesicular basalt plus andesites
SO155_21DRDredge2001-03-05T00:00:00-61.82800-55.47400-1560-61.83550-55.47280-1400plagioclase-bearing andesite and dolerite
SO155_28DRDredge2001-03-06T00:00:00-61.98530-55.90250-2000-61.99070-55.89220-1700olivine basalt
SO155_25DRDredge2001-03-06T00:00:00-61.89450-55.82170-2170-61.88670-55.80780-2100olivine basalt
SO155_26DRDredge2001-03-06T00:00:00-61.93170-55.88320-1900-61.92100-55.89450-1650olivine basalt
SO155_27DRDredge2001-03-06T00:00:00-61.96330-55.87150-2000-61.95500-55.86920-1600plagioclase-phyric basalt
SO155_32MUCMultiCorer2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27770-1042few Fe-oxides, H2S smell, Tmax=+3.8°C
SO155_33MUCMultiCorer2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27800-1043few Fe-oxides, H2S smell, Tmax=+4.5°C
SO155_34MUCMultiCorer2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19280-57.27900-1047background sediment, Tmax=-1.6°C
SO155_37SLGravity corer (Kiel type)2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27750-10402.5 m sediment, Tmax=37°C
SO155_38DRDredge2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.18970-57.24430-1390-62.16850-57.23530-1280glassy dacite
SO155_39DRDredge2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19050-57.27650-62.19380-57.27750-1064dacite plus mud with cavieties lined by native sulfur
SO155_40DRDredge2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19030-57.27700-62.19430-57.27820-1063coarse lapilli, aphyric dacite
SO155_31MUCMultiCorer2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19200-57.27750-1045full core liners, Tmax=+1.4°C
SO155_30MUCMultiCorer2001-03-07T00:00:00-62.19230-57.27750-1049siliceous Fe-oxyhydroxide crusts, Tmax=-0.2°C
SO155_41OFOSOcean Floor Observation System2001-03-08T23:22:00-62.41633-58.39895-9182001-03-09T03:30:00-62.43348-58.40647-1048Time in UTC
SO155_42SLGravity corer (Kiel type)2001-03-09T00:00:00-62.96270-60.63400-15315 cm of dark muddy sediment
SO155_43SLGravity corer (Kiel type)2001-03-09T00:00:00-62.96170-60.63520-1535 cm of sediment
SO155_45OFOSOcean Floor Observation System2001-03-09T22:30:00-62.98325-60.63540-912001-03-10T00:40:00-62.98230-60.61883-120Time in UTC
SO155_48MUCMultiCorer2001-03-10T00:00:00-62.95750-60.64380-16225 cm of sediment
SO155_49MUCMultiCorer2001-03-10T00:00:00-62.95630-60.64530-15930 cm of sediment
SO155_50MUCMultiCorer2001-03-10T00:00:00-62.96150-60.65200-16340 cm of sediment
SO155_46OFOSOcean Floor Observation System2001-03-10T01:16:00-62.96680-60.65073-1202001-03-10T02:38:00-62.95675-60.64965-170Time in UTC
SO155_53DRDredge2004-03-12T00:00:00-59.74920-65.41150-3352-59.74370-65.42080-3229aphyric basalt, glassy
SO155_57DRDredge2004-03-13T00:00:00-60.61630-65.91970-2230-60.61230-65.94000-1970plagioclase-bearing basalt
SO155_56DRDredge2004-03-13T00:00:00-60.33220-65.49800-3450-60.32150-65.57270-3075olivine basalt
SO155_55DRDredge2004-03-13T00:00:00-59.84150-65.32520-3150-59.83870-65.33520-2950olivine basalt with well developed glas crust; one gabbro