Cascadia Basin Bottom Pressure Recorder Deployed 2009-09-05

The NRCan Bottom Pressure Recorder 85 was deployed on 2009-09-05 at Cascadia Basin. Cascadia Basin is located in the abyssal plain of the Pacific Ocean. At this location, hydrologic conditions in sediment-sealed igneous crust, Tsunami propagation, cool-water deep-sea microbes, and abyssal plain ecosystems are observed. This device is a Bottom Pressure Recorder. Bottom Pressure Recorders (BPR) are instruments that can detect small changes in pressure on the seafloor. It was deployed on a fixed platform. Data from this deployment were archived and made available through Ocean Networks Canada's Oceans 2.0 digital infrastructure, with quality assurance and derived data products following established practices.

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Metadata Reference Date(s) July 22, 2020, 22:52 (UTC) (Creation)
November 16, 2021, 00:21 (UTC) (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) November 16, 2021 (Creation)
Frequency of Update As Needed

Responsible Party 1
Name
Ocean Networks Canada Society
Email
datastewardship@oceannetworks.ca
Role
Custodian

Field Value
Ocean Variables Surface Currents
Scope Dataset
Status Completed
Spatial Extent { "coordinates": [ -127.88686, 47.8306583333 ], "type": "Point" }
North Bounding Latitude 47.8306583333
South Bounding Latitude 47.8306583333
East Bounding Longitude -127.88686
West Bounding Longitude -127.88686
Temporal Extent
Begin
2009-09-05
End
2011-07-07
Vertical Extent
Min
2623.5
Max
2623.5
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