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======================================================================================================== 316N145_11 processing - update units descriptions; BTL/merge - TRITUM,TRITER,DELHER,DELC13_FLAG_W,C14ERR ======================================================================================================== 2014.05.14 SE .. contents:: :depth: 2 Submission ========== ==================== ============ ========== ========== ==== filename submitted by date data type id ==================== ============ ========== ========== ==== i1check.txt.key.orig Robert M Key 2013-06-25 BTL 1022 ==================== ============ ========== ========== ==== Parameters ---------- i1check.txt.key.orig ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - pressure - tco2 _ - tco2f - alk _ - alkf - c14 _ - c14e _ - c14f - c13num _ - c13 _ - c13f _ ..  parameter has quality flag column ..  parameter only has fill values/no reported measured data ..  not in WOCE bottle file ..  merged parameter, see notes below Process ======= Changes ------- i01w_hy1.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~~ - THETA units changed from 'ITS-90' to 'DEG C', to conform to Exchange format - CFC-11 units changed from 'PM/KG' to 'PMOL/KG', to conform to Exchange format - CFC-12 units changed from 'PM/KG' to 'PMOL/KG', to conform to Exchange format - HELIUM units changed from 'UMOL/KG' to 'NMOL/KG', to correct units to originally submitted units, 2000.10.17_I01W_TRITIUM_HELIUM_JENKINS/heformat.txt i1check.txt.key.orig ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - changed station 864, cast 1, bottle 10, c13f from '36' to '3' *NOTE*: While checking the submission history, it was discovered that STNNBR 878, CASTNO 1, SAMPNO 31 and 32, and SAMPNO 23 and 24, have TCARBN and ALKALI listed on different bottles for submissions from KOZYR and this submission from Key. Because the pressures for bottles 31 and 32 are the same, it is assumed that at this depths two bottles were tripped for extra water. The exchange file will remain "as is". Merge ----- i1check.txt.key.orig ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ *NOTE*: File received (from Bob Key) with DELC13 values and flags for use in WOCE Indian Ocean Atlas. Merged i1check.txt.key.orig into i01w_hy1.csv using hydro 0.8.0-78-g3e6ecac. :Updated parameters: DELC13_FLAG_W,C14ERR 2000.10.17_I01W_TRITIUM_HELIUM_JENKINS/witrit.dat ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ *NOTE*: There are 4 digits after the decimal in the original submission for TRITUM and TRITER, but i01w_hy1.csv only reports 3 places after the decimal. Therefore, merged the originally submitted TRITUM and TRITER (which reports 4 digits after the decimal) into i01w_hy1.csv. Merged witrit.dat into i01w_hy1.csv using hydro 0.8.0-78-g3e6ecac :Updated parameters: TRITUM,TRITER. i01why.txt ~~~~~~~~~~ *NOTE*: There are 2 digits after the decimal in the original submission for DELHER, but i01w_hy1.csv reports 3 places after the decimal, the 3rd place being "0". Therefore, merged the WOCE formatted DELHER (which reports 2 digits after the decimal) into i01w_hy1.csv. Merged 01why.txt into i01w_hy1.csv using hydro 0.8.0-78-g3e6ecac :Updated parameters: DELHER. All comment lines from original file copied back in following merge. Conversion ---------- ==================== ================================ ================================= file converted from software ==================== ================================ ================================= i01w_nc_hyd.zip i01w_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-117-g2f13399 i01why.txt i01w_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-117-g2f13399 ==================== ================================ ================================= Exchange and NetCDF files opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Exchange file opened in ODV with no apparent problems. Conversion ---------- =============== ============== ======================== file converted from software =============== ============== ======================== i01why.txt i01w_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-117-g2f13399 i01w_nc_hyd.zip i01w_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-117-g2f13399 =============== ============== ======================== All converted files opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Directories =========== :working directory: /data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/2014.05.14_BTL_SE :cruise directory: /data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w Updated Files Manifest ====================== =============== ================ file stamp =============== ================ i01w_hy1.csv 20140514CCHSIOSE i01w_nc_hyd.zip 20140514CCHSIOSE i01why.txt =============== ================
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. i1check.txt.key.orig
Merge DELC13 data from Bob Key, used for the WOCE Indian Ocean Atlas
i01w 316N145_11 Made changes to SILCAT, NITRAT, NITRIT, and PHSPHT on sta. 859 re Joe Jennings. Put corrected file online, made new exchange and netcdf files.
I found our Zipped data files and will attach a text file with the data from I1W Stn 859. The nutrient data matches the paper listing of the recalculated version that I found yesterday. Could you let us know if this version agrees with the other Red Sea data? (It looks like it will.) Once I hear from you, I'll send the correct data to the WHPO and others.
I've finally had a chance to look at the Indian Ocean (I1W) data. We noted in our cruise report that Niskin 7 at Stn 910 was an obvious leaker and that the nutrients were flagged as 4. I'm pretty sure that's the 3793 dbar bottle. I don't know why the nutrients aren't flagged, as my notes say they were. Re the odd deep nutrients at Stn 859: The original at-sea calculation of those nutrients was made incorrectly, using the wrong values for the standard concentrations. They were recalculated post-cruise and look as though they will fit within the envelopes of the property plots from the other Red Sea stations. Again, I don't know why the corrected version wasn't part of the final data set. I will dig out or create a digital version of stn 859 and send it to you, hopefully before the end of the week.
As noted by SE, sta. 882 was missing from the ctd stations. I converted the oxygen to umol/kg on sta 882, added it to the ctd .zip file, made new exchange and netcdf files and put all files online.
i01e and i01w Found file i1he.txt in .../indian/i01/i01/original/2000.10.04_I1_BOTTLE. This file contains the deep DELHE3, HELIUM, NEON, DELHER, HELIER, and NEONER for i01e and i01w. I merged these parameters into the online files, and made new exchangeand netcdf files. There were no Q1 or Q2 flags so I set them to 2.
The U.S. WOCE Indian Ocean Survey consisted of 9 cruises covering the period December 1,1994 to January 22,1996.All of the cruises used the R/V Knorr operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. A total of 1244 hydrographic stations were occupied with radiocarbon sampling on 366 stations.
SE noted that the value in the RECORDS= field was sometimes incorrect. In checking this I discovered that almost every station had ^Z as the last record. A few stations also had a record at the end that just had zeros except for the QUALT1 field, which had values. I deleted these records and corrected the value in the RECORDS= field when necessary. Station 899 data between 4583.0 and 4653.0db was repeated at the end. I deleted the duplicate levels. Station 941 had a date of 092295 in the ctd file, and 092395 in the .sum file. I changed the ctd file to agree with the sum file. Oxygen was in ml/l. I converted to umol/kg. Station 870 and 871 had negative oxygens that I changed to 0.00 re J. Swift. PRESS OXYGEN Sta. 870 25.0 -0.407 27.0 -0.439 29.0 -0.236 Sta. 871 33.0 -0.260 Changed file names from xxx.CTD to i01wxxxx.wct. Had to remove COR DEPTH from .sum header in order to get the exchange program to work.
Merged DELC13 decimal-2-data into bottle file. Merged new CTDPRS, CTDTMP, CTDSAL, CTDOXY, THETA, SALNTY & OXYGEN from WHOI into bottle file. Changed some quality flags per WHOI notes and results of Java Ocean Atlas check. Notes file sent to Jerry with details. Notes on I01W merging Apr 11, 2003 D. Muus 1. Merged DELC13 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/ 20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W/20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W_whpo_i01w.txt into current web bottle file (20020815WHPOSIOSA) to replace 1 decimal place data with 2 decimal place DELC13 data. 2. Changed all Helium and Tritium quality flag "1"s associated with missing data to "1"s. 3. Replaced all BTNNBR, CTDSAL & CTDOXY quality flags with new flags received March 24, 2003, from Jane Dunworth, WHOI 4. Changed flag "1"s for Station 863 to "4"s per WHOI message: From firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Mar 25 06:21:13 2003 "found this is in the cruise summary info. it seems like this cruise had serious problems with calibration and instrumentation issues. you might want to change the ctdsal & ctdoxy flags to 3 (questionable) or 4 (bad) for sta 863. STATION 863 Made the internally recording (IR) backup CTD, CTD 1338, the primary data for the station instead of CTD 9. CTD9's oxygen and salinity in the down profile were bad due to noisy pressure requiring heavy interpolation. ICTD 1338 data was used to make the down 2-db file. CTD 9's info was left with the bottle file. There were problems makeing the bottle file from the IR CTD. Note, there are different up and down cals!, one for CTD1338, the other for CTD9." Following note also found in Documentation: "Station 863: CTD9 with ICTD1338 in Memory mode. After Test station for CTD9, CTD 9 opened and found dessicant packs to be caught btw boards, causing components on board to short out. Thought was fixed, but everything dropped out twice during this station. -USE ICTD1338 DATA FOR THIS STATION" 5. Merged CTDPRS, CTDTMP, CTDSAL, CTDOXY, THETA, SALNTY, & OXYGEN from: Jane Dunworth, WHOI, email of March 24, 2004. email data can be found in: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/ 2003.04.08.I01W_C13_CTDPTS_SAL_OXY_MERGE_MUUS/ dunworth.email030324.i01w.btldata Prior to merging, ITS-68 CTDTMP and THETA were changed to ITS-90 using ITS-90 = 0.99976(ITS-68) and CTDOXY and OXYGEN changed from ml/l to UMOL/KG using cvuwoce on minerva.ucsd.edu. 6. Station 863 Sample 36 was deleted because CTDTMP & CTDSAL = 0 at 16 N Latitude surface. STNNBR 863 CTDPRS 2.4 SALNTY 35.6305 NITRIT 0.63 Remaining parameters -9 CASTNO 1 CTDTMP 0.0029 OXYGEN 201.3 PHSPHT 1.24 SAMPNO 36 CTDSAL 0.0000 SILCAT 7.81 CFC-11 1.864 BTLNBR SIH024 CTDOXY 358.4 NITRAT 14.10 CFC-12 1.055 7. 2001/01/23 ANFUSO, S. note in Data History. "NUTRIENTS: Data was originally submitted in uM/L units, PI recalculated and resubmitted in uM/kg units. Also, original submission of nitrate data was actually nitrate nitrite. This error has been corrected in current data submission." Nutrients unchanged this version since only small changes in CTD pressure, salinity and temperature for samples with nutrient values. 8. Following CTDSAL and CTDOXY values differ from bottle values. QUALT1 was 2. Sta/Ca/Smp CTDPRS Bottle - CTD Changed QUALT2 to: Salt Oxygen 890/1/1 2195.7db No Btl S,No Btl o2 CTDOXY 4 /2 2195.2 No CTD S,No CTD o2 Smp1 - Smp2 ok 51.8 UMOL/KG 900/1/10 298.9 2.93 PSU ok CTDSAL 4 /11 273.4 0.36 ok CTDSAL 4 /12 248.6 0.24 ok CTDSAL 4 /13 224.1 0.24 ok CTDSAL 4 901/1/6 1002.3 1.02 ok CTDSAL 4 /7 903.2 0.26 ok CTDSAL 4 /8 808.0 1.08 ok CTDSAL 4 /11 498.1 1.04 ok CTDSAL 4 /12 403.9 1.02 ok CTDSAL 4 /14 253.4 1.48 ok CTDSAL 4 902/1/4 1799.4 1.25 ok CTDSAL 4 No changes were made to quality flags of other parameters for these samples but conversions from /liter to /kg are suspect. 9. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 10. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See DELC13 entry.
*See HE/TR entry.
*See HE/TR entry.
*See HE/TR entry.
*See HE/TR entry.
Merged the DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, NEONER, TRITIUM, and TRITER from Jenkins. Made new exchange file. Merge notes for i01w: Merged the DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, NEONER from file wihe.dat found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/2000.10.17_I01w_TRITIUM_HELIUM_JENKINS into online file 20020814WHOPSIOSA. Merged the TRITIUM and TRITER from file witrit.dat found in above directory into online file. This merging had been done earlier by Stacey Anfuso (2001/02/01) according to the rcs, but the file she merged appears not to have been put online or somehow was replaced with a file that did not have these parameters.
*See ALKALI entry.
*See ALKALI entry.
*See ALKALI entry.
*See ALKALI entry.
Merged DELC14 and C14ERR from Key, DELC13 from Gerlach, TCARBN adn ALKALI from Kozyr, and CFCs from Wisegarver. Made new exchange file. Merge notes for i01w: Merged the DELC14 and C14ERR from file I1.C14 found in /usr/export/ html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/20020410_KEY_I1_C14 into the online file 20011026WHPOSIOSA. Merged the DELC13 from file 20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W_whpo_i01w.txt found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W into the online file. Merged the new TCARBN and ALKAKI from file i1wcarb.dat found in /usr/export/ html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/2000.06.19_I01W_CARB_KOZYR into online file. Merged the new CFC's from file 20010918.165933_WISEGARVER_I01W_i01w_CFC_DQE.dat found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/2001.09.18_ I01W_CFC_DQE_WISEGARVER into the online file.
Moved data from /usr/export/ftp-incoming to i01/i01e/original/20020410_KEY_I1_C14. It is a CSV file and I added the following heading to it: #I01E/W,316N145_11-12,Key Data belongs to both I01E and I01W.
The file: I1.C14 - 87908 bytes has been saved as: 20020410.072032_KEY_ALL†INDIAN†OCEAN_I1.C14 in the directory: 20020410.072032_KEY_ALL†INDIAN†OCEAN The data disposition is: Public The bottle file has the following parameters: STATION, CAST, BOTTLE, DELC14, C14ERR, C14F The file format is: Plain Text (ASCII) The archive type is: NONE - Individual File The data type(s) is: Bottle Data (hyd) The file contains these water sample identifiers: Cast Number (CASTNO), Station Number (STATNO), Bottle Number (BTLNBR) KEY, ROBERT would like the following action(s) taken on the data: Merge Data, Place Data Online, Update Parameters Any additional notes are: I've included the C14 from the French occupation of I6S. All files are same format. Tool does not accept mput syntax
Moved data from /usr/export/html-public/cgi/SUBMIT/INCOMING/20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W to /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W. Directory contains a readme file from data submission page and a txt file containing DELC13 data.
Moved data from /usr/export/html-public/cgi/SUBMIT/INCOMING20020401.103636_GERLACH_I01W to /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/20020401.103636_GERLACH_I01W. Directory contains a readme from the data submission page and a file called 20020401.103636_GERLACH_I01W_i01w_desc.txt which lists the individual flags for the replicate values, it is a detailed listing of those stataions which have c13 flags.
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 09:51:17 -0800 (PST) From: WHPO Website <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: WHPO DATA I01W: OTHER from GERLACH This is information regarding line: I01W ExpoCode: 316N145/11 Cruise Date: 1995/08/29 - 1995/10/16 From: GERLACH, DANA Email address: email@example.com Institution: WHOI Country: USA The file: C:\My Documents\C13-project\whpo_indian_march02\whpo_i01w.txt - 8503 bytes has been saved as: 20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W_whpo_i01w.txt in the directory: 20020401.095117_GERLACH_I01W The data disposition is: Public The file format is: Plain Text (ASCII) The archive type is: NONE - Individual File The data type(s) is: Other: flagged 13C data The file contains these water sample identifiers: Cast Number (CASTNO) Station Number (STATNO) Bottle Number (BTLNBR) GERLACH, DANA would like the following action(s) taken on the data: Merge Data Place Data Online Any additional notes are: Questions or concerns, please contact: Dana Gerlach (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ann McNichol (email@example.com) Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 10:36:36 -0800 (PST) From: WHPO Website <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Subject: WHPO DATA I01W: DOC/OTHER from GERLACH This is information regarding line: I01W ExpoCode: 316N145/11 Cruise Date: 1995/08/29 - 1995/10/16 From: GERLACH, DANA Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Institution: WHOI Country: USA The file: C:\My Documents\C13-project\whpo_indian_march02\i01w_desc.txt - 259 bytes has been saved as: 20020401.103636_GERLACH_I01W_i01w_desc.txt in the directory: 20020401.103636_GERLACH_I01W The data disposition is: Public The file format is: Plain Text (ASCII) The archive type is: NONE - Individual File The data type(s) is: Documentation Other: flagged 13C replicate data The file contains these water sample identifiers: Cast Number (CASTNO) Station Number (STATNO) Bottle Number (BTLNBR) GERLACH, DANA would like the following action(s) taken on the data: Other: use as reference Any additional notes are: This description file lists the individual flags for the replicate values. It is a detailed listing of those stations which have c13f = 6.
I have placed the updated dqed CFC data sent by Wisegarver in the following directory .../onetime/indian/i01/i01w/original/ 2001.09.18_I01W_CFC_DQE_WISEGARVER included are data file and submission form README file. Data are in need of merging at this time.
The .sea file with the results of Arnold Mantyla's data quality evaluation and QUALT2 flags has been put online. Corrected a couple of error in the .sum file and put new file online. Jerry Kappa has been sent the DQ report.
Made new exchange file and put online.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
The following are results from the examminer.pl and plotter.pl code that were run on this cruise. Not all of the errors are reported but rather a summery of what was found. For more information you can go to the cruise directory, and look at the NEW file called CruiseLine_check.txt. Two plot files are also present. _oxy.ps and _sal.ps _oxy.ps and _sal.ps files created. Exchange CTD file not created for this cruise.
Zafer - Is it safe to assume that all WOCE One-Time Survey neon data from you are now public? Jim Yes they are. Zafer
I took another look at the exchange format for I 01E. The nutrient conversion back to UM/L appear to be OK, I had misread one station. However, the O2 data, listed as ML/L, should carry two more decimal places. The conversion is going from a 4 significant firure to only 2. What is supposed to be listed under the "depth" column? Since it appears with each sample and is next to the CTD pressure, I would assume that the sample depth would be listed there. However, what is showing up is the bottom sounding for every sample. At 08:55 AM 8/23/01 -0700, James H. Swift wrote: WHPO - Would someone kindly create a new bottle exchange file for I01E (316N145_12). There is a clear problem with the oxygens and nutrients in the present exchange file on line for this cruise (i01e_hy1.csv) and I want to see if it goes away when we create a new file.
I01E,I01W Z. Top deep helium/tritium received May 25, 1999 not on web.
Bottle exchange file was put online.
Sure, I would be glad to look over the Indian Ocean data for you. Sarilee has started plotting up I01 for me to start on.
Merged updated TCARBN and ALKALI data and quality codes into hyd file. Merged over preliminary version of data. Updated hyd file is on-line. Merging notes are in original subdir 2000.06.19_I01W_CARB_KOZYR/00_Readme.
*See DELHE3/NEON entry.
*See DELHE3/NEON entry.
Merged TRITUM, TRITIER, HELIUM, HELIER, DELHE3, DELHER, NEON, NEONER from Sarilee's reformateed data files into hyd file. Data merged ok. NOTE: The following NEON data (sta/cst/samp) had a -9.000 data value, with a -0.045NMOL/KG NEONER value. This doesn't make sense. Assumed samples were never drawn, NEONER value changed to -9.000. 866/1/28, 26, 24, 22, 21; 873/1/9; 874/1/2 Also, the following TRITUM and TRITIER had duplicate data values submitted, only merged first value into hyd file: 880/1/9;885/1/1;945/1/1;951/1/21
Bottle: (tritum, helium, delhe3, neon, triter, helier, delher, neoner) Merged TRITUM, TRITER, HELIUM, HELIER, DELHE3, DELHER, NEON, NEONER data into hyd file. Updated hyd file is on-line. NOTE: The following NEON data (sta/cst/samp) had a -9.000 data value, with a -0.045NMOL/KG NEONER value. This doesn't make sense. Assumed samples were never drawn, NEONER value changed to -9.000. 866/1/28, 26, 24, 22, 21; 873/1/9; 874/1/2 Also, the following TRITUM and TRITIER had duplicate data values submitted, only merged first value into hyd file: 880/1/9;885/1/1;945/1/1;951/1/21
Bottle: (ctdtmp, ctdoxy, theta, oxygen, silcat, nitrat, nitrit, phspht, tcarbn, alkali) NUTRIENTS: Data was originally submitted in uM/L units, PI recalculated and resubmitted in uM/kg units. Also, original submission of nitrate data was actually nitrate nitrite. This error has been corrected in current data submission. CTDOXY & OXYGEN: Data was originally in ml/l, Sarilee converted to uM/kg. FCO2: Removed this data column and associated quality flag. All data values were -9.0. CTDTMP & Theta: Converted data from ITPS-68 to ITS-90. TCARBN & ALKALI: Changed quality flag from "1" to "2" where data exists.
Files tritfrmt.txt, savetrit.dat, witrit.dat, heformat.txt and wihe.dat were moved from Jenkins' original data directory. witrit.dat contians tritium data for the indian cruises. wihe.dat contains helium data for indian cruises. These files contain original data that was later re-formatted by S. Anderson. Files received by Jenkins on October 17th, 2000.
Dear Dr. Gordon, We are reviewing all data submitted to WHPO for the Indian Ocean WOCE cruise lines and would like to request that you resubmit the nutrient data for I01E/I01W in uM/Kg units. The current data submission indicates the nutrient values are in uM/L units. All other nutrient data submissions from you research group for the Indian Ocean WOCE lines indicate the data have been submitted in uM/Kg units.
I have put the Jenkins tritium data into WOCE format. There were no quality codes so I set the TRITUM to 2.
I have put the Jenkins helium and neon in WOCE format. There were no quality codes so I set the HELIUM, DELHE3, and NEON to 2.
*Files for Helium and Neon Data: WOCE Indian Ocean = WIHe.dat Contains all legs WOCE Pacific P10 = WP10He.dat WOCE Pacific P18 = WP18He.dat WOCE Pacific P19 = WP19He.dat WOCE Pacific P21 = WP21He.dat *Column Layout as follows: Station, Cast, Bottle, Pressure, Delta3He, ErrDelta3He, ConcHelium, ErrConcHelium, ConcNeon, ErrConcNeon *Units as follows: Delta3He and ErrDelta3He in % ConcHelium, ErrConcHelium, ConcNeon, and ErrConcNeon in nmol/kg *Null values (for ConcNeon and ErrConcNeon only ) = -9.000 *All data are unfortunately still preliminary until we have completed the laboratory intercomparision and intercalibration that is still underway.
*Files for Tritium Data: WOCE Indian Ocean = WITrit.dat Contains all legs WOCE Pacific P10 = WP10Trit.dat WOCE Pacific P13 = WP13Trit.dat WOCE Pacific P14c = WP14cTrit.dat WOCE Pacific P18 = WP18Trit.dat WOCE Pacific P19 = WP19Trit.dat WOCE Pacific P21 = WP21Trit.dat SAVE South Atlnt = SAVETrit.dat *Column Layout as follows: Station, Cast, Bottle, Pressure, Tritium, ErrTritium *Units as follows: Tritium and ErrTritium in T.U. *All data are unfortunately still preliminary until we have completed the laboratory intercomparision and intercalibration that is still underway.
Bottle Moved file i01hy.txt from incoming file in /usr/export/. Website indicated i01e was equivalent to i01w. File stamp is WHPOSIO19980928LDT. Online stamp is WHPOSI019980204SA. This indicates file data to be more recent than online version. Path is i01/i01e/original/1998.09.28_HY_LDT.
pdf version pending
Per your request - I've attached i0why.nut and i01ehy.nut files containing nutrient data in the units of umol/kg. The original I01WHY.txt and I01EHY.txt files that contained nutrient data in umol/liter units were downloaded from the WOCE program office sites: http://whpo.ucsd.edu/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01e/index.htm and http://whpo.ucsd.edu/data/onetime/indian/i01/i01w/index.htm and were used as the data sources. The attached files are in text format. For your records, in the conversion process the bottle salinity values were used to determine sample density along with the mean laboratory temperature for each leg as determined from our nutrient analysis notes. When a bottle salinity value was unavailable, the corresponding CTD salinity value was used. The mean lab temperature for I01W was 25°C and 26°C for I01E. An important note: We also realized that the "nitrate" in the original files was in fact "nitrate+nitrite". This has also been corrected in the new file versions that are attached.
Since the splitting of I01 into east and west lines, the ctd files for this cruise have remained as one zip file containing all stations for both east and west lines. As per Lynne Talley, I have split the east stations from the total zip file (stations 962-1014 according to the sumfile) and rezipped them. They have replaced the original file which was renamed to indicate it contains all stations and moved to the original directory.
Bottle: (tcarbn, alkali) data file received in INCOMING. In perfect WHP format. Will be merged asap. From Alex Kozyr I have put the final/public CO2-related data files for the Indian Ocean WOCE Section I1W and I1E to the WHPO ftp INCOMING area. There are two CO2 parameters in the files: Total CO2 and Total Alkalinity with quality flags. Please confirm the data submission.
I just uploaded the revised CFC data for WOCE I1. It should be made public once it is merged. I have also included a report to be merged (eventually) into the metadata files.
not hearing any decenting comments from my fellow PI's, I release the WOCE I1 data set to the general public.
I need to know from you which parts of I01 are public. CTD? All bottle params? Zafer Top sent a note making his He/Tr public, but we should have some sort of blanket statement from you. Bottle Params to consider: Salts, OXY, NUTS, CO2-related params, CFCs
The quality of the Ba data from most WOCE legs in the Indian Ocean turned out to be quite poor; far worse than attainable analytical precision (+/-20% as opposed to 2%). We recorded many vials which came back with loose caps and evaporation associated with that seems to be the primary problem. The only hope I have of producing a decent data set is to run both Ba and a conservative element simultaneously and then relating that to the original salinity of the sample. We will be taking delivery on a high resolution ICPMS here at OSU sometime this winter which would make the project analytically feasible and economical. I do not presently have the funds in hand to do this and so have archived the samples for the time being. I don't think the WHPO would derive any benefit from the present data set. KKF
I have just placed the final, corrected data for WOCE Indian Ocean Leg I1 on your server. All of the calibration documention is in the directory DOC. As you can see, the WOCE I1 dataset has some problems with the CTD data in that it was necessary to use Falmouth Scientific CTD's for the cruise (all of the WOCE Neil Brown WHOI CTD's were not working when the ship left Muscat, Oman.
6/27/99 The WHOI processing programs could not handle 4 digit station numbers, therefore the processed data as passed to me for final approval had files with station numbers 857 - 999 and 00 - 14. I changed the names of the CTD files and the stations numbers in the CTD, SEA and SUM files to reflect the actual WOCE stations numbers: 857 - 1014. John M. Morrison, Chief Scientist, WOCE I1 6/29/99 I have just placed the final, corrected data for WOCE Indian Ocean Leg I1 on your server. All of the calibration documention is in the directory DOC. Sorry that this was not submitted sooner, but I did not receive the data until last fall and was busy cleaning up JGOFS Indian Ocean and Southern Ocean data for submission to the JGOFS database. As you can see, the WOCE I1 dataset has some problems with the CTD data in that it was necessary to use Falmouth Scientific CTD's for the cruise (all of the WOCE Neil Brown WHOI CTD's were not working when the ship left of the WOCE Neil Brown WHOI CTD's were not working when the ship left Muscat, Oman. Let me know if you have received this dataset.
My helium-tritium data from IO legs I1-I7N and I9N may now be made public . It should be kept in mind though that we are working on the synthesis ; some modifications may occur. Also there are some papers are in progress; interested parties should check with the tracer group (Schlosser, Jenkins, Lupton, Top)
This is Ashwanth Srinivasan from Noble Gas Isotope Lab , RSMAS, Univ of Miami. We have submitted four files, i7he.txt, i9he.txt and i1he.txt and readme.he to the incoming directory at your ftp site. These files contain tritium, helium and neon data from WOCE I7N, I9N and I1 cruises. These data are preliminary and proprietary and the format is explained in the readme.he file. In case of problems or questions please email to one of the following addresses. Zafer Top : email@example.com Ashwanth Srinivasan : firstname.lastname@example.org
Following changes ftp'd to WHPO. Replace older HYD file with this one (OK'd by PI): 1. Combine i01e and i01w into one line: i01 2. Change expocode from 31ka45 to 316N145 3. Bottle flag for station 1005, 1, 23 at 349.7 dbar is 3 and salinity is 4. It looks like all nutrients are bad here as well. I suggest that they all be flagged 4. Oxygen doesn't look out of place, but maybe for consistency, it should be flagged 3.
50 stas have "bad" ctd 02. Bob Millard will take another look at them
i01wsu.txt - Changed first header from R/V KNORR, I1,KN145, 11 to: R/V KNORR CR. KN145, LEG 11 WHP-ID I01W Added time stamp changed EXPOCODE from 316N145/11a to 316N145_11 changed WOCE SECT from I1 to I01W latitude was not left justified, corrected this The following records had the wrong date. The cast started before midnight and ended after midnight according to the time but the date used was the same for the BE, BO, and EN event codes. Sta. # Event Original Changed to Code Date Date 857 BO 082995 083095 862 EN 083195 090195 880 EN 090695 090795 885 BO 090795 090895 885 EN 090795 090895 891 EN 090895 090995 897 EN 091095 091195 904 EN 091295 091395 911 BO 091495 091595 911 EN 091495 091595 915 BO 091595 091695 915 EN 091595 091695 927 EN 091895 091995 934 BO 092095 092195 934 EN 092095 092195 937 EN 092195 092295 944 EN 092395 092495 954 BO 092595 092695 954 EN 092595 902695 i1a.sea Changed first header EXPOCODE and WHP-ID to conform with .sum file. EXPOCODE 31ka45 to 316N145_11, and WHP-ID WOCE to I01W. Changed CRUISE DATES 082995-101695 to 082995-092895 Added time stamp Deleted last record in file, it only had CHANGED FILE NAME TO i01why.txt