Hydrographic Cruise: 18EN9105_1

Date Start/End:
1991-10-17/1991-11-01
Chief Scientist:
Ship:
ENDEAVOUR
Country:
CA
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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

  • CSV File Added, SUM file reformatted Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-08-20
    Data Type: BTL/SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Sumfile was reformatted to fit WOCE format. MZ01 cast 1 was missing a W in the longitude values. MP26 was slightly missaligned in the latitud column. Bottle was converted to exchange and put online. Bucket samples were removed in both sumfile and bottle file just for the purpose of exchange code. Station PRS1 cast 5, 6 and 7 could not be included in exchange format because there is no sumfile navigational information for them.
    					
  • Frank Whitney Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-03-09
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Data Request
    Note:
    On March 9, 2001. An email was sent out to Mr. Frank Whitney requesting CTD data for this cruise.
    					
  • found in 'sum file' directory Karla Uribe

    Date: 2000-11-27
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    2000.11.27 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.
    
    					
  • See note: Frank Whitney

    Date: 2000-05-05
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    All the data that IOS has submitted either for PR05 & PR06, or for P1W and P15N can be made available to the public.  Most of these data are already archived at MEDS and published. An appendix to the Deep-Sea Res II volume (46) for Canadian JGOFS contains the PR06 T/S, nuts and oxygen data for the upper 1000 m for the 1995-97 period.
    
    It has always been our plan that data would be available within two years of collection.