University of Minnesota [custom] Gas-Tight serial sampler - Wu et al. (2015)
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||UMN Gas-Tight sampler|
|Definition||A custom-designed gas-tight serial water sampler developed by the University of Minnesota. The system is designed for deployment at the seafloor for long-term operation to take time-series fluid samples from deep-sea environments such as cold seeps and hydrothermal vents. The serial sampler is a modular system that is based on independent and identical sampling modules, which are designed to collect six 160 ml gas-tight fluid samples maintained at high pressure to a depth of 4000 meters. With two working modes, the sampler can be deployed either as part of a seafloor cabled observatory for remote control, or as a stand-alone device for autonomous operation. The titanium housing of the system is pressure rated to 6000 m, but the gas-tight samples are only maintained at high pressures to a depth of 4000 m.|
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||discrete water samplers||Mapping: 1622998|
||University of Minnesota||Mapping: 1623006|
||University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Department of Earth Sciences||Mapping: 1623002|
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