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AuthorsFavali, P.* 
Smriglio, G.* 
Beranzoli, L.* 
Braun, T.* 
Calcara, M.* 
D'Anna, G.* 
De Santis, A.* 
Di Mauro, D.* 
Etiope, G.* 
Frugoni, F.* 
Iafolla, V.* 
Monna, S.* 
Montuori, C.* 
Nozzoli, S.* 
Palangio, P.* 
Romeo, G.* 
TitleTowards a permanent deep sea observatory,: the GEOSTAR European Experiment.
Issue Date2002
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/2963
ISBN0-444-50591-1
KeywordsOcean Bottom Seismometer
Subject Classification03. Hydrosphere::03.04. Chemical and biological::03.04.08. Instruments and techniques 
AbstractGEOSTAR is the prototype of the first European long-term, multidisciplinary deep sea observatory for continuous monitoring of geophysical, geochemical and oceanographic parameters. Geostar is the example of a strong synergy between science and tecnology addressed to the development of new technological solutions for the observatory realisation and management. The GEOSTAR system is described outlining the enhancements introduced during five years of project activity. An example of data retrieved from the observatory being the deep sea mission running is also given.
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