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I'm plotting bottle data from the 1990 Hudson cruise (AR7W) and find a bullseye in temperature (CTDTMP) at station 20, pressure 2023. I checked the online CTD file, and indeed there must be an error. The other values at station 20 in the bottle data file match the CTD file pretty much, but not this one - looks like a typo. I'm going to change the value in my version of the file ar07wahy.txt from 2.2735 to 2.9735. There are no quality codes for CTDTMP, so it can't be flagged in the WHPO file - suggest that it just be changed if you agree Igor. (I'm emailing you Igor since you seem to be the keeper of the data sets these days?? John Lazier was the chief scientist back then.)
CTD inventory files contained an error in the date. Exchange and netcdf files were re-done and problem was fixed.
Added preceding zeros to CASTNO in sumfile to match CTD file.
CTD has been converted to exchange and put online. Data was checked with JOA and no problems are apparent.
Bottle data has been converted to exchange and put online.
2000.12.11 KJU File contained here is a CRUISE SUMMARY and NOT sumfile. Documentation is online. 2000.10.11 KJU Files were found in incoming directory under whp_reports. This directory was zipped, files were separated and placed under proper cruise. All of them are sum files. Received 1997 August 15th.
I have reformatted AR07w (18DA90012_1) and made the changes you requested. I have put the files on whpo in /usr/export/ftp/pub/WHPO/S_ANDERSON/AR07W. ar07wasu.txt ar07wahy_order.txt ar07wa.notes
Reformatted to conform to the WOCE format. Mostly adding and deleting spaces. .sea file Re Danie's request, added a - in front of the 9 designator for the BTLNBR and reordered the pressures into descending order.
Although there are no bottle numbers for this cruise, the bottle column does have asterisks, and there are valid quality flags associated with each bottle (sample).
I've updated the AR07 (18DA90012_1) bottle file. The new file has CFC-11,113 and CCL4 data (which have been masked out, until word from the PI). The new file also has *increasing* sample numbers coinciding with decreasing pressures(the previous file had decreasing sample numbers with increasing pressure). Don't know which is preferred- Anyone? I have also changed the expocode from 18DA90012/1 to 18DA90012_1, added a time date stamp, and filled the bottle number column with 9 (no bottle numbers given).
Enclosed please find a list of cruises (since 1990) we use as references for our work or are aware of in the North Atlantic. >18DA90012-1 Dawson 02.07.-09.07.1990 J. Lazier WOCE