General overview.

All the data deposited with the IRIS DMC to date.
Data openly accessible as of right now.

MERMAID's International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks FDSN code is MH.
Seismic data are in SEED format and available from the IRIS Data Management Center.

Access to data from floats P0008, P0010, and P0016 is unrestricted.

Access to other floats is temporarily restricted following standard IRIS and NSF policy. See below for authentication.

MERMAID automatically reports triggered seismograms (time series of acoustic pressure),
but requests can be made for data continuously recorded on its one-year rolling buffer.

If you are interested in making such a data request, contact Joel D. Simon.

General overview.

Instrument deployment dates. Trajectory metadata header.

Trajectory metadata for N0001 N0002 N0003 N0004 N0005
Trajectory metadata for P0050 P0052 P0053 P0054 (Kobe/JAMSTEC)
Trajectory metadata for P0006 P0007 (Géoazur)
Trajectory metadata for P0008 P0009 P0010 P0011 P0012 P0013
Trajectory metadata for P0016 P0017 P0018 P0019 P0020 P0021 P0022 P0023 P0024 P0025 (Princeton)
Trajectory metadata for P0026 P0027 P0028 P0029 P0031 P0032 P0033 P0034 P0035 P0036 P0037 P0038
Trajectory metadata for P0039 P0040 P0041 P0042 P0043 P0044 P0045 P0046 P0047 P0048 P0049
Trajectory metadata for R0058 R0059 R0061 R0063 R0065 R0067 R0069 R0071 R0072 R0073 (SUSTECH)
Trajectory metadata for R0001 R0002 R0003 R0004 R0005 R0006 R0007 (Stanford)

For the example of MERMAID P0006, queries returning the station information in StationXML, the GeoCSV positional information, the instrument response plot, and the instrument response in SACPZ and in RESP formats.

Access to data from floats P0008, P0010, and P0016 is unrestricted.

Restricted data are managed by three pieces of information:

  1. The experiment network password is used to verify that a user requesting access to the experiment should be given access. This password is passed from the PIs to users who should be allowed access. Contact Joel D. Simon.
  2. The web-authentication password allows users access to data via Web Services for experiments that they are permitted to view. It is directly coupled with an email address.
  3. The ssl-encryption password allows users to unscramble breq_fast requests to restricted experiments. This password is also coupled to user's email addresses.
If you have the   experiment network password, you can register for data access  here.