Files in the Dataset have been checked for format consistency, and merged into a single, integrated, downloadable file.Download Entire Dataset Submit Data For This Cruise How to Cite Dataset
Files listed here are the most recent version submitted by the cruise scientists, but have not yet been checked for consistency and merged into the main Dataset. They are provided "as is". If you are unsure of which files to use, stick to the Dataset files above.
These files are not yet in the Dataset.
|Filename (Download)||Size||Date Submitted|
Bob's updated bottle file with submission note per email on 2017-02-28: The nutrient flags for Station 5 of 06AQ19980328; ANT-XV_4 should all be set to 2. Do note that the nutrients in this file supercede previous submissions and were prepared as part of a re-calibration effort by the Germans. A copy of the file with these flags fixed and a note added to the header is attached.
Expocode: 06AQ19980328 Ship: Polarstern Woce Line: SR04e Note: Revised nutrients with multi-year calibration
The following data are now available As Received, unprocessed by the CCHDO. http://cchdo.ucsd.edu/cruise/06AQANTXV_4 06AQ19980328.exc.csv NUTS
From CARINA Collection
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. 06AQ19980328_hy1.csv
Notes on PI were copied from the CARINA collection and added to the exchange bottle file.
Expocode: 06AQ19980328 Ship: Polarstern Woce Line: SR04e Note: WOCE cruise that was part of CARINA. Previously submitted file had a typo in the year for one station. Corrected here, simply replace existing file with this new version
t was decided at today's CCHDO meeting to merge or remerge CFCs for all WHP cruises in Mark Warner's CFC DQE file (Southern Ocean WHO lines). This will assure all that the CFCs for these cruises are indeed updated as intended. Danie and Sarilee will attend to this promptly. Danie will see that the sections of greatest urgency to Lynne receive top priority. The list of cruises in Mark's file was as follows: A21: EXPOCODE: 06MT11_5 A23: EXPOCODE: 74JC10_1 I06S: EXPOCODE: 35MFCIVA_1 MARGINEX: EXPOCODE: 09AR9604_1 S03_S04I: EXPOCODE: 09AR9404_1 S04A: EXPOCODE: 06AQANTIII_4 S04I: EXPOCODE: 320696_3 S04P: EXPOCODE: 90KDIOFFE6_1 SR04A_A12: EXPOCODE: 06AQANTX_4 SR04_ANTXV4: EXPOCODE: 06ANT15_4 It may be that the CFCs for the following cruises from the list above have already been updated: > sr04antxv4 > s04p > a23 > a21 But, to be certain, the CCHDO will update them as well. As far as why these cruises did not get updated with Mark's DQE'd CFCs, we have no idea. Sorry. All of the other ocean basins' CFCs were updated years ago. Jim Swift
Previous online report was only CTD calibrations. New report, from hard copy submitted by H. Witte, contains: a cruise narrative, reports on tracers, atmosphere investigations, and marine biology. Also includes figures, tables, and these data processing notes. PDF and Text versions made.
The bottle data file available on-line for this cruise just has T,S.O2,nuts. I have been in contact with Mario Hoppema, Wolfgang Roether and Birgit Kline. With their help, I now have values (and flags) for: CFC-11,12,113, CCl4 H3,He3,He-4 (with errors) Neon (with errors) TCO2 Roether says that he had previously submitted the data to WHPO and that it just hadn't been posted. Regardless, let me know what you don't have and I'll send it along. I'm still trying to verify responsible PIs for the new values. Documentation for this cruise says that C13 was collected, but I haven't been able to dig anything up on this.
I hand corrected the old station track to include with the cruise report. It contains the 6 stations missing from the earlier station track.
Updated Map on website from entries in SUMFILE corrected by S. Anderson.
I noticed that our station plot for sr04_e has an error in it. I've attached a pdf showing approximately how it should look: the northernmost leg should curve east, not west. This may mean the the values in the .sum file are incorrect, too. Can one of you fix this and send me a ps. file of the new station track?
Report is German and English. will need to be scanned and converted to text and PDF files.
as attachment I send you the summery of the cruise report of ANTXV/4. The whole cruise report is only a hard copy. If you want it also, please let me know.
Merged the TCO2, CFC-11, CFC-12, CFC113, CCL4, TRITUM, TRITER, HELIUM, HELIER, DELHE3, DELHER, NEON, and NEONER into the online file. Data were submitted by Bob Key on Feb. 16, 2005. There were no apparent problems.
The new data for this cruise are attached. I only included what you don't have. As usual, my software doesn't worry about number of decimal places and truncates trailing decimal zeros. The flags are as assigned by the data generators (Roether, Hoppema and perhaps others) and follow WOCE convention. tracer"e" are errors and tracer"f" are flags. The header is not WOCE, but I don't think you'll have any problem. You should get a 1 to 1 match to the hydro file. I did a quick check and these appear to be first class data.
I don't see any of that data here. Send it along and I will merge it this week.
CTDPRS, CTDTMP, CTDSAL, OXYGEN, SILICAT, NITRAT, NITRIT, PHSPHT, CFC-11, CFC-12, CFC113, CCL4, TRITUM, HELIUM, DELHE3, NEON, O18/O16, TCARBN, ALKALI, FCO2, PH Dear Bob (Key), Here are the tracer data that you asked for. Specifically: The first file is an ASCII table with all the bottle data of the cruise, as explained on p. 1 of the second file. I also enclose our station data for the cruise (Lat/long/water depth/date) , which might solve your problem with incoherent station information. If however the discrepancy remains unsolved, you should adress Mario because ANT 15-4 was an AWI cruise so they must have the real information. Comment: All our tracer data should have been submitted to WHPO, but the above file is the best info there is. Flags are according to WOCE requirements. There are two flag-words of 12 digits each at the end of each sample line (see table on p. 1 of the seond file what the individual flags refer to). The table includes errors for tritium and the helium/neon species, but not for the CFCs. Their errors are as follows: CFC-11, CFC-12 < 1% (all data) CFC-113 < 1.5 to 2% or O.002pmol/kg, whichever is greater CCl4 < 2.5% , but additional uncertainty of +- 0.18 pmol (or less) for Stas. 3-6. Part of the helium samples were taken in a non-traditional way (sucking water into an evacuated ampoule), such data are denoted by a 7 as the last digit in the second flag word (regular copper samples have an 8 at that position). Intercalibrations have been made, and the errors given in the big table account for that. Part of the vaccuum samples had some air contamination, if small enough a correction was made using the neon value, in which case no neon value is given in the table.
Made new exchange file for the ctd's to reflect the changes made to the longitudes in the .sum file on Jan. 11, 2005. A new NETCDF file and corrected station position map need to be generated.
RCS for sr04_e 06AQANTXV_4 Corrected some of the longitude hemisphere indicators from W to E. Checked original .SUM file sent by H. Witte which also indicated that the stations in question should be E not W.
I have recently been in contact with Mario Hoppema regarding data from this cruise. He sent me a new data file which contains TCO2 measurements which he now considers "public". He also believes that his data were submitted to WHPO quite awhile back. There is also the possibility that Roether has submitted his CFC and perhaps H3/He3 results from this cruise. Before I bother Wolfgang, could you see if you have anything which is not on-line. If you don't have the TCO2, I'll send it as soon as I've merged the values. If you don't have the CFC and/or H3/He3 let me know and I'll get in touch with Wolfgang. Since Wolfgang is now retired, we need to bump priority on these data before they're lost.
This is just a guess at this point based on a file I recently received from Mario Hoppema (PI for the tco2) for this cruise. It appears that both the WHPO SUM and exchange files have errors in the longitudes for stations which fall along the main S-N transect at the end of the cruise. I've attached a figure which shows the difference. I don't know for sure which is correct, but the ship probably went into Capetown which would favor the Hoppema file. Whichever is correct, it's just a sign change (or W to E) for the ones that are wrong. I'd appreciate a note if my guess is wrong and the WHPO locations are indeed correct. The Hoppema file also has about twice the number of bottle records as the one at WHPO. I haven't yet figured this out, but will keep you posted.
CTD and bottle have been converted to exchange and put online. Data was checked in JOA and no apparent problems were noticeable.
I have created an idex page for these data, reformatted all files and placed all files online. Correspondence will need to be initiated with the data PI Hannelore Witte in order to solve minor format and parameter questions, however all files are in WOCE format. All original files reside in the original directory, a station track map still needs to be generated for this cruise. 2001.12.17 DMB Reformatting notes for SR04_e 06AQANTXV_4. Data sent by Hannelor Witte in July, 2001. SUM: Added Following parameter columns to file: EXPOCODE- 06AQANTXV_4 WOCE SECT- SR04 CAST TYPE- added CTD, because original sumfile header indicated file was a list of CTD stations for this cruise, however since bottle data do exist, stations in the sumfile that contain bottle data should get ROS instead of CTD. This is a minor point however (as per J. Swift) and does not affect the formatting of the file. CODE- added UN, since no cast codes were given and only one line per cast exists. NAV- added UNK, since no nav information was given. Removed following columns, *note these should be confirmed with data PI as to relevance: SN- this column was had a value of 1360 throughout the entire file. possibly some serial number? As per J. Swift this column can remain deleted from WHP file. Confirm what WAT. DEPTH is. Currently WAT. was removed from the DEPTH header. As per J. Swift, WAT (water) depth can be removed from header. Realigned all columns to adhere to woce format. changed DATE from 03 31 1998 (mm<space>dd<space>yyyy) format to 033198 (mmddyy) format. changed UTC time from hh<space>mm format to hhmm format. Added hemisphere character designator and removed all negative signs in latitudes and longitudes. Added ship name cruise name and leg designator to first header line. Added name/date stamp. Ran sumchk with no errors. Renamed file sr04_esu.txt BOT: Edited parameter header line to proper WOCE alignment. changed expocode 06AQANTXV/4 to 06AQANTXV_4. Added name/date stamp. Ran wocecvt with no errors. Several pressure inversions and duplicate depths do exist. Renamed file sr04_ehy.txt CTD: Changed expocode 06AQANTXV/4 to 06AQANTXV_4 in all station files. ran wctcvt with no errors, however TRANSMS header is unrecognized by diagnostic code. Format passed diagnostic code. zipped up files remaning zip file to sr04_ect.zip
Images created for the station track map. .JPG and .GIF
New cruise! Submitted by Hannalore Witte on 7/25/2001. Data are in sr04_e/original. Need information, i.e. who is the PI? I just found a cruise that apparently has been languishing in the INCOMING area for a while, since last July 25,2001. Hannalore Witte went through the proper procedures and submitted them using the old webform. I have hand-edited the woce_lines.txt file and added it to the RCSable lines. It's been RCS'd, and resides in the data area under sr04_e/original The CTD files are 'close' to WOCE format, the bottle file seems dead-on, and the SUMfile is way off.
The directory this information has been stored in is: 20010725.005322_WITTE_SR4 The format type is: ASCII The data type is: Sumfile BottleFile CTDFile DOCFile The Bottle File has the following parameters: CTDPRES,CTDTMP,CTDSAL,SALNTY,OXYGEN,SILCAT,NITRAT,NITRIT,PHSPHT The Bottle File contains: CastNumber StationNumber BottleNumber WITTE, HANNELORE would like the data PUBLIC. And would like the following done to the data: place data on-line