Hydrographic Cruise: 18HU91015_1

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Files in the Dataset have been checked for format consistency, and merged into a single, integrated, downloadable file.

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Data History

  • SUM needs minor reformatting. No BOT or CTD. Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 2002-09-24
    Data Type: BOT, SUM, CTD
    Action: Update Needed
    Email was sent on September 17, 2000. No reply has been received.
  • .sum files split, see note: Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 1999-09-17
    Data Type: SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    I've run the new AR07/AR05 sumfile thru the usual checks and
    the file is in good WOCE format.  I've split the sumfile, created directories
    for the separated lines, replied to Isenor that all was recieved ok, and
    updated all the table information.  As per Anthony, there is no immediate
    date for the submission of bottle and ctd files yet (apologetically).  We
    should hear from him when the data is ready.
  • See note: Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 1999-09-10
    Data Type: SUM
    Action: Data Update:
    1999.09.10 new updated sumfile for ar05/ar07 was sent by Anthony Isenor.
    The sumfile containing the lines ar05 and ar07 was split 1999.09.10 by DMB.
    In addition to splitting the file:
    ar05 91007:	the 18HU91007/1 was changed to 18HU91007_1 
    		the line A04 was changed to AR20 as per Jim Swift
    		the line A20 was changed to AR22 as per Jim Swift
    ar07 91015:	the 18HU91015/1 was changed to 18HU91015_1
    		the line AR7/W was changed to AR7W
    Both files run through sumchk with no errors.  These lines will be 
    put out on the WHPO repeat tables as individual cruises/lines.
    DMB 1999.09.10
  • See note: Anthony W. Isenor

    Date: 1999-09-09
    Data Type: SUM/DOC
    Action: Submitted
    The 91007/015 cruise(s) should be considered two separate numbers, with two SUM files.  The two numbers now have a history, both within the BIO system and the international system.  I think it would be advisable to continue with the existing two numbers.
    Your suggested break point along the AR7W (91015) and AR5 (91007) lines is an appropriate solution.
    Yes, you can consider me your first point of contact for BIO related cruises.