Hydrographic Cruise: 06MT20010507

Date Start/End:
2001-05-07/2001-05-31
Chief Scientist:
Ship:
METEOR
Country:
DE
Collections
Aliases
  • (CCHDO) 06MT50_1
  • (CCHDO) 50-1
  • (CCHDO) 50/1

Dataset

Files in the Dataset are the data for this cruise. They are updated when new data are submitted or as needed.

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Data History

  • File Merge Justin Fields

    m50-1.pdf (download) #e2cb7
    Date: 2014-04-28
    Current Status: merged
    Notes
    Cruise Report
    

  • File Merge cchdo_admin

    06MT20010507.exc.csv (download) #7dd7d
    Date: 2014-03-04
    Current Status: merged
    Notes
    BTL 
    

  • Exchange and netCDF files online Rox Lee

    Date: 2014-03-04
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    =============================
    06MT20010507 processing - BTL
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    2014-03-03
    
    R Lee
    
    .. contents:: :depth: 2
    
    Submission
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    filename             submitted by  date       data type id  
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    06MT20010507.exc.csv Robert M. Key 2014-01-27 BTL       1132
    ==================== ============= ========== ========= ====
    
    Parameters
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    06MT20010507.exc.csv
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    - CTDPRS
    - CTDTMP
    - SALNTY [1]_
    - OXYGEN [1]_
    - SILCAT [1]_
    - NITRAT [1]_
    - NITRIT [1]_
    - PHSPHT [1]_
    - CFC-11 [1]_
    - CFC-12 [1]_
    - TCARBN [1]_
    - ALKALI [1]_
    - PH_SWS [1]_
    - PH_TMP
    - THETA [3]_
    
    .. [1] parameter has quality flag column
    .. [3] not in WOCE bottle file
    
    Process
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    Changes
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    - TCARBN data value 9.0 flag 9 changed to data value -999.00
    
    06MT20010507.exc.csv
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    Conversion
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    file                    converted from       software                
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    06MT20010507_nc_hyd.zip 06MT20010507_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-100-g92744bf
    ======================= ==================== ========================
    
    All converted files opened in JOA with no apparent problems.
    
    Directories
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    :working directory:
      /data/co2clivar/atlantic/meteor/06MT20010507/original/2014.03.04_BTL_RJL
    :cruise directory:
      /data/co2clivar/atlantic/meteor/06MT20010507
    
    Updated Files Manifest
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    file                    stamp            
    ======================= =================
    06MT20010507_nc_hyd.zip 20140304SIOCCHRJL
    06MT20010507_hy1.csv    20140304SIOCCHRJL
    ======================= =================
    					
  • Available under 'Files as received' CCHDO Staff

    Date: 2014-02-13
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO.
    
    06MT20010507.exc.csv
    					
  • File Submission Robert M. Key

    06MT20010507.exc.csv (download) #7dd7d
    Date: 2014-01-27
    Current Status: merged
    Notes
    Bottle data file updated by Bob Key
    

  • File Submission Robert M. Key

    06MT20010507.exc.csv (download) #7dd7d
    Date: 2014-01-27
    Current Status: merged
    Notes
    Expocode: 06MT20010507
    Ship: Meteor50_1
    Woce Line: none
    Note: My previous submission of this file included approximated values (flagged 0) that never should have been included (sorry). I think they have all been removed. Also, this one contains only the measured pH_TS values. Original submission was part of CARINA
    

  • flag corrections Bob Key

    Date: 2014-01-27
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    My previous submission of this file included approximated values (flagged 0) that never should have been included (sorry). I think they have all been removed. Also, this one contains only the measured pH_TS values. Original submission was part of CARINA
    					
  • Copied from CARINA collection Justin Fields

    Date: 2010-09-09
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    This bottle file was part of the CARINA collection compiled by Bob Key.
    					
  • Replaced bottle file Justin Fields

    Date: 2009-11-18
    Data Type: Bottle File
    Action: Replaced
    Note:
    CFC data converted to SIO-98 to match current convention. Metadata edited to reflect change. All times unknown and listed as 0000.
    					
  • Replaced bottle file Justin Fields

    Date: 2009-05-29
    Data Type: Bottle File
    Action: Replaced
    Note:
    The pH values have been updated.  This file was part of a batch of replacements sent as a tar archive.
    					
  • File Submission Robert M. Key

    m50-1.pdf (download) #e2cb7
    Date: 2009-01-26
    Current Status: merged
    Notes
    Documentation
    

  • TSO/NUTs/CFCs/CO2/HeTr Dr. Robert M. Key

    Date: 2008-04-18
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    For Meteor 50_1 linear interpolation was used to fill in values for oxygen, nitrate, nitrite, silicate, phosphate, tco2, alk, and ph. The maximum allowable distance over which interpolation was allowed (i.e. max separation of nearest 2 samples) was the same as used for GLODAP. The deeper the sample, the longer the maximum separation distance. This was done because of the merge difficulties encountered with this data set. That is, the file actually has more data records than there were bottles tripped. The merge problem arose because incomplete records were kept by the various data groups. Because of the incomplete records I could not unambiguously determine which results went together (i.e. from the same real Niskin bottle). Most of the interpolation distances are very short as a result of the brute force combination of data records.
    
    If anyone can ever come up with a clean Rosette trip file with bottle numbers, casts, etc. then this cruise should be redone. Scientifically, the difference would be negligible, but it would be clerically much better. All interpolated values are flagged zero and consequently, can be easily removed from the CCHDO version if desired. This is a policy issue.
    
    I did the interpolation for the chemists, primarily. The rational is that a tco2 or alk measurement has little value without the accompanying vanilla data. Elimination of all the zero flagged data would have virtually no influence on any physical investigation. Including the interpolated values in a physical investigation would also have very little influence other than creating a minor bias in statistical analyses (due to increased "n" and similar). I think you can convince yourself of this by overplotting the zero flagged data atop the "2" flagged values using different colors.
    
    
    5/13/05 Initialized README file
    Data from Kozry via CARINA site 5/11/04
    Previously saved as met50sv... (some minor differences)
    Updated files from R. Steinfeldt 12/18/06
    
    Cruise dates: 5/7 - 5/31/2001 Halifax-St. John's
    Chief Scientist: J. Fischer
    Experiment name: SFB 460
    Ship and cruise designation: Meteor 50 Leg 1, 06MT50_1
    EXPOCODE: 06MT20010507
    Region: Subpolar North Atlantic
    53 stations with 24 place Rosette
    
    Hydro: Who - Stramma; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes: 
    	Pressure approximated from listed depth
    	bottom depth estimated by global topography
    
    
    Nuts/O2: Who - Stramma; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes:
    	2 oxygen flagged 3/4
    	2 nitrate flagged 3/4
    	2 silicate flagged 3/4
    	1 phosphate flagged 3/4
    	Ran "fillin" for O2 and nutrients
    
    TCO2: Who - Friis, Luger; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes: CRM used (batch 41, 47, 52), SOMMA
    	precision +/-1 umol/kg; accuracy +/- 2umol/kg
    	7 flagged 3/4
    	Data compare favorably with other Meteor cruises, same region
    	Ran "fillin" for TCO2
    
    TA: Who - Friis, Luger; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes: CRM used, VINDTA, 
    	precision +/- 2umol/kg, accuracy +/-4umol/kg
    	Values adjusted by 0.9 (added) to calibrate with CRM runs
    	8 flagged 3/4
    	Data compare favorably with other Meteor cruises, same region
    	Ran "fillin" for Alk
    
    pCO2: Who - ; Status - ; S Plus - 
    	Notes: underway only
    
    pH: Who - Friis; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes: Analysis and reported at 21+/-1C, Total Scale, spectrophotometric,
    		precision +/- 0.002
    	5 flagged 4
    	Ran "fillin" for pH
    
    CFC: Who - Getzlaff, Kieke, Schutt; Status - final; S Plus - up to date
    	Notes: data from R. Steinfeldt 12/18/06
    	measured by gas chromatography
    	CFC-11: SIO-93 scale, accuracy 2.0%
    	CFC-12: SIO-93 scale, accuracy 2.0%
    	See Kieke et al, 2006.
    
    C-14: Who - ???; Status - collected; S Plus - 
    	Notes: 
    
    C-13: Who - ???; Status - collected; S Plus - 
    	Notes: 
    
    H-3/He-3: Who -  ; Status - ???; S Plus -  
    	Notes: 
    
    Other: ADCP, chlorophyll collected, but no data
    
    References:
    Kieke, D., M. Rhein, L. Stramma, W. M. Smethie, D. A. LeBel, and W. Zenk, 2006. Changes in the CFC Inventories and Formation Rates of Upper Labrador Sea Water, 1997-2001, J. Phys. Oceanogr, 36, 64-86.
    
    					
  • PDF only Dr. Robert M. Key

    Date: 2008-03-13
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    Copy of final report attached as pdf