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The following data are now available As Received, unprocessed by the CCHDO. http://cchdo.ucsd.edu/cruise/18HU96006_1 18HU19960512.exc.csv
Expocode: 18HU19960512 Ship: Hudson Woce Line: AR07W_f Note: Deep bottle salt had not been carefully QCed. Several samples re-flagged 3/4
The depths-to-bottom in the bottle exchange file for 18HU96006_1 are wrong. I am not certain yet if the depths to bottom in the .sum file are wrong - they might be correct (or not?). This cruise had pressure-sorting problems at one time and perhaps something got scrambled in correcting that. Anyway, someone will need to check the depths in the Exchange bottle file versus the .sum file. If the .sum ones look correct, please replace with those in the Exchange file. If the .sum ones look bad, too, we may have to leave depth to bottom blank.
CTD has been converted to exchange and put online.
Bottle data has been converted into exchange format. New file has been put online.
as mentioned in my recent message, we will release our data with a flag that indicates that they are not yet final. We started the process of transferring the data and we will continue with the transfer during the next weeks. I had listed the expected order of delivery in my last message.
Regarding the 96006 public issue, YES this dataset may be made public.
I've put up the bottle, new sumfile and ctd files for ar07w 18hu96006. The bottle file contains: theta, sal, oxy, silcat, phspht, no2+no3, cfc11/12/113, rvstmp, tcarbn, ccl4, mchfrm, and alkali. All files have passed thru the format-checking programs fine, but there are warnings regarding reverse pressure order, so I have sent all of the files to Sarilee to reorder and fine-tune. The bottle and ctd files are currently encrypted until Anthony says otherwise
I reformatted two .sum files, 96006.sum and 96006sum.txt. As far as I can tell they are identical. In both files: rec. 87 and 88 had a decimal point between the degrees and minutes for the longitude (58.10.59 W and 58.10.68 W). I removed the decimal point. rec. 382, 383, 406, and 438 all had a W for the latitude instead of N. I changed the W to N.