Imaging of permafrost with time-lapse seismic. Two seismic profiles has been acquired in September 2017 and April 2018 to image the state of frozen ground and the shape of permafrost at the profile between the seashore and the Mountain slope. The data contains two standard segy files with verticaly stacked multiple shotgathers. Also standard segy headers are included with geometry parameters.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

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GCMD keywords
  • name: seismic
  • name: near-surface
  • name: permafrost
Dataset Center https://dataportal.igf.edu.pl
Maintainer Data Steward
Dataset PI
  • name: Mariusz Majdański  PI: mmajdfoo(at)igf.edu.pl  PI ORCID: 0000-0002-8909-4407  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences
Dataset Owner
  • Owner name: Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences  Owner Address: Księcia Janusza 64, 01-452 Warsaw, Poland
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Dataset Status Complete
Activity Type in-situ measurements
Access Constraint Open
Embargo 2021-10-01
Dataset Modified 2021-05-04
Version 1. HOR3 seismic
Metadata Created 2021-05-04
Quality Statement Quality controlled by statisticat and manual inspection
Quality Editor name: Artur Marciniak  editor email: amarciniakfoo(at)igf.edu.pl  Editor Institution: Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences
Spatial Distribution { "coordinates": [ [ 15.55483, 77.0038 ], [ 15.54602, 77.01128 ] ], "type": "LineString" }
Region Hornsund, Spitsbergen
Start time 2019-08-31 22:00 UTC
End time 2018-05-30 22:00 UTC
Dataset Citation not set yet
Dataset DOI 10.25171/instgeoph_pas_igdata_hor3_seismic_2021_004
Resource name
  • Project Title: Relationship of permafrost with geomorphology, geology and cryospheric components based on geophysical research of the Hans glacier forefield and its surroundings. Hornsund, Spitsbergen  Project ID: 2016/21/B/ST10/02509  Project Description: The project will develop, implement and benchmark of high-resolution quantitative data sets on permafrost in the southern part of Spitsbergen, enabling modelling of its current state and future changes. Until now, a comprehensive monitoring scheme of deep ground temperatures, which combines geophysical methods (GPR sounding, seismic imaging and DC resistivity surveys) with the in situ measurements has not been demonstrated. The project will cover profile from beyond the direct range of Little Ice Age glaciation, through the terminal and recessional moraines, up to uncovered, in the last decades ground after the recession of Hansbreen, to examine the effects of glacier retreat to the ground thermal regime. Our project will compile new high-resolution maps of key permafrost variables in the unglaciated area. The measurements will be taken mainly on Fuglebergsletta in the vicinity of the Polish Polar Station in Hornsund. The Station itself provides a unique long-term measurement record of climate variables and environmental parameters.  Project financing institution: NCN