Hydrographic Cruise: 316N145_5

Date Start/End:
1994-12-01/1995-01-19
Chief Scientist:
Ship:
KNORR
Country:
US
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Data History

  • Data online Dave Muus

    Date: 2009-05-21
    Data Type: DELC13
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    I08S_1994S notes     090521/dm
    
    1. Merge DELC13 data to 2 decimal places into bottle file.
        DELC13 data taken from:
              20020401.102044_GERLACH_I08S_whpo_i08s.txt  (Stations 4 - 84)
          and 20020401.102306_GERLACH_I09S_whpo_i09s.txt  (Stations 85 -  
    143)
        received from Dana Gerlach, WHOI.
    
    
    2. HELIUM units given as UMOL/KG since original bottle files  
    i8s.sea(Oct 3, 1997) and i9s.sea(Dec 1, 1998).
    
        i8sHeNe.DOC lists updated HELIUM units as NMOL/KG but data file  
    i8SHeNe.SEA has no units included.
          Both files dated Jun 23, 2000, and in: /data/onetime/indian/i08/ 
    i08s/original/2000.06.23_I8S_DOC_SEA
    
        Changed HELIUM units to NMOL/KG for this merged file.
    
    
    3. CTDTMP and THETA units given as IPTS-68 in all bottle files since  
    original bottle files as above in #2.
    
        Note in CRUISE REPORT: I08S/I09S (Updated APR 2008)
        "Data is reported to WOCE on the ITS-90 scale, but is processed  
    internally on the IPTS-68
         scale for compatibility with the equations for the Practical  
    Salinity Scale of 1978 (PSS-78)."
    
        Left as is for now.
    					
  • PDF & Text files onlilne Jerry Kappa

    Date: 2008-04-29
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated
    Note:
    I just put 2 new docs:
    
    i08sdo.txt
    i08sdo.pdf
    
    into the cchdo_data/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s directory. 
    Because they replaced earlier docs with the same names, they are already online.
    
    Three related reports have been added to both docs:
    
     1) CARBON  DIOXIDE, HYDROGRAPHIC,  AND  CHEMICAL  DATA  OBTAINED DURING 
          THE  NINE R/V KNORR  CRUISES COMPRISING  THE  INDIAN OCEAN  CO2 SURVEY
          (Appendix A);
     2) Assessment of the quality of total inorganic carbon measurements (Appendix B);
     3) Assessment of the quality of the shipboard measurements of total alkalinity (Appendix C);
     4) Anthropogenic CO2 Inventory of the Indian Ocean (Appendix D).
    
    Also added to the new docs are updated Data Processing Notes, esp. Dave's notes re: btl Q flag updates of 3/08
    
    The docs that were previously online (same names as above) are now in the Original Directory as:
    
    i08sdo_rplcd_2008.04.28.txt
    i08sdo_rplcd_2008.04.28.pdf
    
    					
  • Qual flag corrections Dave Muus

    Date: 2008-03-24
    Data Type: DELC13/CFCs
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    Notes on changes to I08S-I09S_1994 20051213 bottle data files:   
    
    EXPOCODE 316N145_5
    
    1. No PCO2 data so PCO2 column deleted.
    
    2. CTDSAL & CTDOXY quality flag "1"s(Stations 4-59) and "3"s(Stations 60-147) that first appeared in the 19980616 bottle files were changed
       back to the original quality flag "2"s.
    
    3. Inconsistent quality flags were changed to more logical values based on plots of data values:
    
      STNNBR  CASTNO  SAMPNO  BTLNBR  CTDPRS      20051213 QUALT1           NEW QUALT2                  
           4       1       8  SIH029  1725.7 31129222299559995999 22229222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
           4       1       1  SIH036  1937.0 31122222222422625222 22222222222422625222   Btl 2 vs 3
           7       1      15  SIH021   810.6 31122222299259225999 22222222299259225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          10       1       2  SIH001  4373.7 31144222299559995999 32244444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2, Bottle appears to have leaked.
          11       1      16  SIH022   608.7 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          12       1      16  SIH022   609.6 31122222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3 
          14       1      23  SIH033    30.6 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          15       1      24  SIH037    12.6 31192222299559995999 22292222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          15       1      11  SIH015  1516.4 31144444299559335999 32244444499559335999   PO4 4 vs 2
          17       1       1  SIH036  4192.5 31122222233559225999 22222222233559225999   Btl 2 vs 3  
          18       1      23  SIH033    33.4 31122222299229995922 22222222299229995922   Btl 2 vs 3
          18       1       7  SIH009  2734.4 31143444299439995933 32243444499439995933   PO4 4 vs 2
          19       1       1  SIH036  4160.5 31122222299559625999 22222222299559625999   Btl 2 vs 3
          20       1       1  SIH036  3896.1 31122222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          21       1      13  SIH018  1202.3 31122222222552225299 22222222222552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
          22       1      15  SIH021   812.2 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          26       1      13  SIH018  1009.8 31143222299559995999 22243222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          27       1      23  SIH033    32.0 93399222299559995999 92399444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2. All are exact dupe of sample 23 so probably
                                                                                                           no water sample obtained.
          27       1      20  SIH028   208.3 31122222222552295299 22222222222552295299   Btl 2 vs 3.
          28       1      19  SIH027   307.5 93399222299559995999 22399222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 9, Nuts only water samples given but look okay.
          28       1      11  SIH015  1415.0 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3.
          32       1      30  SIH029   206.3 31149444299559225999 32249444499559445999   PO4 4 vs 2. TCARBN 14 low, ALKALI 10 hi @ 272db qf2 4 vs 2
                                                                                                        [ctds max, ctdo min, btls-ctds=-.08]
          34       1      11  SIH015  1829.9 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          34       1       4  SIH004  2943.7 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          36       1      20  SIH028   916.6 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          37       1      33  SIH026    82.9 93399444299559995999 93399444499559995999   PO4 4 vs 2
          37       1      31  SIH024   157.5 22221222222559295999 22229222222559295999   O2  9 vs 1
          37       1      18  SIH003  1115.2 41144444222559395999 42244444444559495999   PO4,f11,f12 4 vs 2; TCARBN 4 vs 3
          39       1      12  SIH016  1721.5 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1      10  SIH013  2135.7 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1       8  SIH010  2565.7 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1       5  SIH006  3158.2 31122222222559235999 22222222222559235999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1       4  SIH004  3360.3 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1       2  SIH001  3698.6 31122222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          39       1       1  SIH036  3743.6 31122222222559695999 22222222222559695999   Btl 2 vs 3
          41       1      11  SIH015  1823.8 31129222299559225999 22229222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          42       1      34  SIH029    56.3 93399999999549995924 72399999999549995944   Dhe3 4 vs 2
                                                                                         Btl 7 vs 9 DELHE3,HELIUM,NEON submitted i8SHeNe.SEA
          42       1      29  SIH014   256.1 31122222299559995999 22322222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          42       1      22  SIH031   706.1 31122222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          43       1      34  SIH029    56.7 31122222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          44       1      32  SIH023   105.2 31133222266559995999 22233222266559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          44       1      10  SIH013  2320.4 31122222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          46       1       2  SIH001  3810.3 31122222299559225999 22322222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          47       1      32  SIH023    81.8 93399222299559995999 92399444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2
          48       1      23  WHF017    26.7 31122222222552995299 22222222222552995299   Btl 2 vs 3
          48       1      19  WHF014   297.8 31122222299552995299 22222222299552995299   Btl 2 vs 3
          52       1      29  SIH014   253.6 23399999999559995999 73399999999559995999   Btl 7 vs 2  no water sample data
          55       1      19  SIH027  1026.2 31142333322559995999 32243333333559995999   Oxy 3 vs 2; f11&f12 3 vs 2
          62       1      34  SIH029    57.9 33322222299552225299 22222222299552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
          62       1      25  SIH019   464.6 33322222222552225299 22222222222552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
          62       1      22  SIH031   721.8 33322222299559925999 22222222299559925999   Btl 2 vs 3
          62       1      20  SIH028   913.3 33322222299552995299 22222222299552995299   Btl 2 vs 3
          63       1      30  SIH017   207.4 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          63       1      11  SIH015  2438.8 33344222299559995999 32244444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2, data indicates leak.
          64       1      36  SIH035    10.8 33322222222559625999 22222222222559625999   Btl 2 vs 3
          64       1      16  SIH022  1414.9 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          65       1      10  SIH013  2736.4 33322222999559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          66       1      24  SIH037   503.2 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          66       1      11  SIH015  2431.5 33344222299559225999 32244444499559445999   Nuts 4 vs 2, ALKALI & TCARBN 4 vs 2, data indicate leak
          67       1       3  SIH025  2941.1 43344222299559995999 42244444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2, data indicates mistrip or leak.
          68       1      24  SIH037   508.2 33322222222429995922 22222222222429995922   Btl 2 vs 3
          72       1      26  SIH005   104.4 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          74       1      24  SIH037   307.1 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          74       1      13  SIH018  1214.6 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          80       1      17  SIH024  1214.8 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          80       1      12  SIH016  1721.2 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          80       1      10  SIH013  1924.6 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          85       1      29  SIH014   254.8 33322222222552295299 22222222222552295299   Btl 2 vs 3
          85       1       5  SIH006  2330.4 33322222222552225299 22222222222552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
          85       1      24  SIH037  2908.2 93329999999559995999 92299999999559995999   SALNTY 9 vs 2 value = -9
          86       1      24  SIH037   506.2 33322222299229225922 22222222299229225922   Btl 2 vs 3
          86       1      17  SIH024  1217.7 33322222299249225924 22222222299249225924   Btl 2 vs 3
          89       1      30  SIH017   206.2 43333222299459995999 42233333399459995999   Nuts 3 vs 2, nut data look ok but do not know reason for
                                                                                                      btl qf=4 and no other values 2.
          89       1      24  SIH037   509.2 33322222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          89       1      23  SIH033   609.7 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          89       1       9  SIH012  2235.9 33322222222429995922 22222222222429995922   Btl 2 vs 3
          91       1      28  SIH011   306.4 33322222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          92       1      36  SIH035    10.9 23399999999559995999 73399999999559995999   Btl 7 vs 2, No water sample data.
                                                                                                     Original CTDS&O qf=3(i9s_sea.txt)
          92       1      15  SIH021  1629.7 33322222222529225922 22222222222529225922   Btl 2 vs 3
          93       1      11  SIH015  2436.5 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          94       1      34  SIH029    57.3 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          94       1      30  SIH017   202.4 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          96       1      28  SIH011   306.1 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          96       1      17  SIH024  1217.0 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
          97       1      31  SIH020   156.1 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
          98       1      26  SIH005   409.0 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         100       1      11  SIH015   456.5 33322222222552235299 22222222222552235299   Btl 2 vs 3
         103       1      11  SIH015  2435.7 33322222222229995922 22222222222229995922   Btl 2 vs 3 
         103       1       7  SIH009  3664.6 33322222222229995922 22222222222229995922   Btl 2 vs 3
         104       1      31  SIH020   157.5 43344222299554995399 42244444499554995399   Nuts 4 vs 2 Data indicates mistrip
         104       1      21  SIH030   812.6 23399999999559995999 73399999999559995999   Btl 7 vs 2, No water sample data.
                                                                                                     Original CTDS&O qf=3(i9s_sea.txt)
         108       1      36  SIH035    13.3 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         108       1      34  SIH029    56.9 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         109       1      24  SIH037   507.1 33322222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         109       1      17  SIH024  1213.2 33342222299559995999 22242222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         111       1      24  SIH037   510.5 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         111       1      11  SIH015  1915.5 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         113       1      36  SIH035    11.3 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         113       1      13  SIH018  1613.6 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         113       1      10  SIH013  1920.7 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         114       1      36  SIH035    10.9 33322222222559625999 22222222222559625999   Btl 2 vs 3
         114       1      24  SIH037   507.0 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         115       1      13  SIH018  1625.0 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         115       1       6  SIH038  2743.7 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         116       1      10  SIH013  2026.2 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         117       1      14  SIH002  1516.5 43344222299559995999 42244444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2, data indicate mistrip
         118       1       3  SIH025  3457.1 33322222299459225999 22222222299459225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         119       1      25  SIH019   457.1 33344222299559995999 32244444499559995999   Nuts 4 vs 2, data indicate problem
         120       1      28  SIH011   308.4 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         120       1      12  SIH016  1931.9 33322222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         121       1      22  SIH031   710.9 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         122       1      35  SIH032    33.8 33332222222556225699 22232222222556225699   Btl 2 vs 3
         122       1      12  SIH016  2114.2 33322222222422225222 22222222222422225222   Btl 2 vs 3
         122       1      10  SIH013  2544.1 33322222299552225299 22222222299552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
         124       1      23  SIH033   608.7 33332222222559225999 22232222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         124       1      10  SIH013  2640.9 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         125       1      22  SIH031   710.8 33322222222559995999 22222222222559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         126       1      23  SIH033   608.6 33322222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         126       1      21  SIH030   811.3 33322222222559225999 22222222222559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         128       1      28  SIH011   309.9 33322222299553225499 22222222299553225499   Btl 2 vs 3
         128       1      10  SIH013  2733.5 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         130       1      29  SIH014   252.5 23344222299559225999 42244444499559445999   Nuts, Alk & TCARBN 4 vs 2, btl 4 vs 2, data indicate btl closed early
         130       1      24  SIH037   503.4 33322222299559295999 22222222299559295999   Btl 2 vs 3
         132       1      32  SIH023   109.1 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         133       1      14  SIH002  1821.4 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         134       1      11  SIH015  2743.5 33322222299552225299 22222222299552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
         135       1      28  SIH011   309.8 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         138       1      24  SIH037   612.4 33322222299552225299 22222222299552225299   Btl 2 vs 3
         138       1      13  SIH018  2322.5 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         138       1       1  SIH036  5351.6 33344444499559635999 32244444499559335999   TCO2 3 vs 6, TCARBN ok but most other water smpls indicate problem.
                                                                                            TCARBN values same at 1800db as this level.
         140       1      22  SIH031   711.9 33322222299559225999 22222222299559225999   Btl 2 vs 3
         141       1      28  SIH011   311.1 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         141       1      22  SIH031   712.9 33322222299559995999 22222222299559995999   Btl 2 vs 3
         143       1       2  SIH001   499.6 23399999999556995699 23399999999556995699   C14 & c13 qf = 6, no other water samples, left as is.
         144       1      22  SIH031   450.2 33322222299559295999 22222222299559295999   Btl 2 vs 3
         145       1       6  SIH038  1111.4 33344222299559935999 32244444499559935999   Nuts 4 vs 2, data indicate leak
    
    
    
    20080324/dm
    
    
    
    					
  • flag stn 60, 3358.4 dbar "-9" Joe jennings

    Date: 2007-11-21
    Data Type: NITRAT
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    There was a bubble in the nitrite flow cell which caused
    the high absorbance reading (station 60, 3358.4 dbar  value of 1.08). Since it is an obvious problem, I'd replace the
    bad value with a -9.
    					
  • will correct errors noted by J.Swift Dave Muus

    Date: 2007-11-09
    Data Type: S/O2/NUTs
    Action: Update Needed:
    Note:
    The oldest I08S, I09S 1994 bottle files I can find are i8s.sea and  
    i9s.sea dated
    Oct 3, 1997, Expocode 31ka45, which appear to me to be the original  
    WHOI files.
    They contain the same quality flag problems that have been carried  
    through to the
    present.
    
    I cannot find any record of a DQE. Jerry's hard copy book has a  
    message from you,
    dated Feb 6, 2001, to Arnold Mantyla requesting he DQE all Indian  
    Ocean WOCE cruises
    together with Arnold's response saying he would be glad to do it and  
    would start
    with I01. But the book has no further reference to a DQE for I08S/I09S.
    
    I will correct the problems you found and then recheck for any other  
    problems.
    					
  • data & Q flag problems detailed Jim Swift

    Date: 2007-11-08
    Data Type: S/O2/NUTs
    Action: update needed
    Note:
    Noted following problems w/ I8S/I9S Exchange bottle data file:
    
    Bottle quality flag 9, but there are values for some bottle data 
    parameters (station/cast/sample):
    
    27	1	23
    47	1	32
    37	1	33
    28	1	19
    
    I found no bottle quality code 1 flags, though I thought Lynne mentioned some.
    
    Bottle quality flag 2 but no bottle data:
    
    52	1	29
    92	1	36
    104	1	21
    143	1	2
    
    
    Bottle quality flag 3, but missing or bad bottle data:
    
    36	1	11
    123	1	34
    32	1	30
    
    
    Bottle quality flag 3, but bad salts and oxygens (some may have nuts coded 2?):
    
    15	1	11
    145	1	6
    10	1	2
    129	1	3
    63	1	11
    138	1	1
    66	1	11
    119	1	25
    
    
    similar to previous, but may have code 3 for salt or oxygen:
    
    18	1	7
    26	1	13
    44	1	32
    
    
    
    
    Bottle code 2 but no bottle data (at least for S, O2, and, I think, nuts):
    
    52	1	29
    92	1	36
    104	1	21
    143	1	2
    
    
    
    
    Bottle coded 3, but with good oxygens and, in all but three cases, 
    good salts (should these be code 2 bottles??):
    
    15	1	24
    55	1	19
    109	1	17
    124	1	23
    122	1	35
    4	1	1
    133	1	14
    138	1	13
    72	1	26
    100	1	11
    98	1	26
    109	1	24
    74	1	24
    111	1	24
    62	1	25
    96	1	28
    39	1	12
    120	1	12
    34	1	11
    115	1	13
    28	1	11
    68	1	24
    94	1	30
    122	1	12
    62	1	22
    134	1	11
    91	1	28
    62	1	20
    128	1	10
    66	1	24
    116	1	10
    63	1	30
    124	1	10
    39	1	10
    96	1	17
    122	1	10
    113	1	13
    44	1	10
    89	1	24
    85	1	29
    89	1	23
    39	1	8
    113	1	10
    21	1	13
    34	1	4
    36	1	20
    115	1	6
    74	1	13
    111	1	11
    80	1	17
    64	1	16
    39	1	5
    92	1	15
    118	1	3
    21	1	1
    7	1	15
    39	1	4
    20	1	1
    80	1	12
    17	1	1
    39	1	1
    103	1	11
    19	1	1
    39	1	2
    80	1	10
    86	1	24
    93	1	11
    126	1	21
    86	1	17
    121	1	22
    141	1	22
    46	1	2
    114	1	24
    22	1	15
    42	1	22
    65	1	10
    89	1	9
    103	1	7
    125	1	22
    140	1	22
    85	1	5
    12	1	16
    11	1	16
    138	1	24
    144	1	22
    141	1	28
    135	1	28
    126	1	23
    132	1	32
    18	1	23
    120	1	28
    27	1	20
    130	1	24
    48	1	19
    128	1	28
    14	1	23
    42	1	29
    43	1	34
    114	1	36
    48	1	23
    97	1	31
    113	1	36
    108	1	36
    108	1	34
    62	1	34
    64	1	36
    94	1	34
    					
  • changed number of records to 1573 Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2005-05-18
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Changed the NO. RECORDS in file i08s0037.WCT from 1572 to the correct value1573. Rezipped i08sct.zip and put new file online. 
    					
  • covers 9 Indian Ocean cruises, 1/94-1/96 Robert Key

    Date: 2005-01-10
    Data Type: DELC14
    Action: Report Submitted
    Note:
    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.
    					
  • Data Reformatted/OnLine Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2003-06-20
    Data Type: TRITUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged TRITIUM and TRITER sent by Bob Newton April 29, 2002 into online file. Made new exchange file.
    
    
    1June 20, 2003
    
    Merged TRITIUM and TRITER into online file.  Tritium file sent by Bob Newton April 29, 2002.
    
    There were 7 stations in the tritium file that had duplicate tritium values.  The merge program uses the first value.  Below are the duplicate values.
    
     sect_id  stnnbr  castno  sampno   depth         Tritum flags          TrEr
        I08S       4       1      21     800    1.021137124   22    0.013095889
        I08S      35       1      28     159    1.047400814   44    0.033042912
        I08S      35       1      27     259    0.744451287   44    0.012347122
        I08S      35       1      25     457    0.306869291   22    0.007097154
        I08S      59       1       6    3885    0.146283093   44    0.006416019
        I09S      97       1      11    2402    0.123630035   44    0.004821189
        I09S     114       1      32     107    0.406992072   22    0.007447354
    
    The original file from Newton only had one quality flag.  I copied that into the QUALT2 field.
    					
  • stn 138, btl 1 should all be flagged 4 Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 2002-09-30
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    In I08SI09S files i08shy.txt and i08s_hy1.csv, station 138, bottle 1 (last line for this station) all nutrients are obvious outliers and should be flagged "4" (bottle has flag "3").
    
    					
  • flag problems Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2002-09-19
    Data Type: CTDSAL/CTDOXY
    Action: Data Update needed
    Note:
    Alex Kozyr noticed that the online bottle file had 1 flags for almost all the CTDSAL and CTDOXY. In looking at the file I noticed that there are many other flag problems. These need to be investigated and corrected when time allows.
    					
  • HELIUM/DELHE3/NEON Online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2002-08-14
    Data Type: HELIUM/NEON
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged the DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIEER, NEON, and NEONER into online file. Made new exchange file.
    
    Merge notes for i08s:
    
    DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, and NEONER from file i8SHeNe.SEA found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/ i08/i08s/original/2000.06.23_I8S_DOC_SEA into online file 20020809WHPOSIOSA.
    
    Merged DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, and NEONER from file i9SHeNe.SEA found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indina/i09/i09s/original/2000.06.23_I9S_DOC_SEA into online file.
    					
  • TCARBN/ALKALI/C13/C14/CFCs Online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2002-08-09
    Data Type: ALKALI
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged the DELC14 and C14ERR from Key, the DELC13 from Gerlach, and the TCARBN and ALKALI from Kozyr. Created QUALT2 flags by copying the QUALT1 flags. Merged the CFCs from Wisegarver. Made new exchange file. 
    
    Notes for i08s/i09s:
    
    Merged the DELC14 and C14ERR from file I8SI9S.C14 found in
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s/original/20020410_KEY_I8SI9S_C14 into online file 20020201WHPOSIOSA.
    
    Remerged the TCARBN and ALKALI from file 2000.02.14_CO2_KOZYR_i8si9sdat.txt found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s/original/moved_from_ftp-incoming.2000.02.14 into online file.  This file contains moreup-to-date data.
    
    Merged the DELC13 (i08s only) from file 20020401.102044_GERLACH_I08S_whpo_i08s.txt found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s/original/20020401.102044_GERLACH_I08S into online file.
    
    Merged the DELC13 (i09s only) from file 20020401.102306_GERLACH_I09S_whpo_i09s.txt found in
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i09/i09s/original/20020401.102306_
    GERLACH_I09S into online file.
    
    Created QUALT2 flags by copying the QUATL1 flags.
    
    Merged CFC11 and CFC12 from file 20010918.171618_WISEGARVER_I08S_i08s_CFC_DQE.dat
    found in /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s/original/2001.09.18_
    I08S_CFC_DQE_WISEGARVER into online file.
    					
  • Data are Public, with Q flags Dana Gerlach

    Date: 2002-04-01
    Data Type: DELC13
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    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:
    		If there are questions, concerns, or problems, please contact:
    			Dana Gerlach (dgerlach@whoi.edu) or
    			Ann McNichol  (amcnichol@whoi.edu)  
    
    
    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 
    					Cast Number (CASTNO)
    					Station Number (STATNO)
    					Bottle Number (BTLNBR)
    GERLACH, DANA would like the following action(s) taken on the data:
    					Other: provide 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. 
    
    DELC13 replicate samples
      (from 20020401.104111_GERLACH_I08S & 20020401.104233_GERLACH_I09S)
    
    WHPID:  I08S
    expocode:  316N145/5
    
    depth_corr  station cast    niskin  del_c13 c13f    average num_reps
    
    57.483       9       1       22      1.608   2       1.611   2
    57.483       9       1       22      1.614   2
    
    57.354       21      1       22      1.457   2       1.469   2
    57.354       21      1       22      1.480   2
    
    56.247       27      1       22      1.499   2       1.514   2
    56.247       27      1       22      1.530   2
    
    57.804       41      1       34      1.656   2       1.671   2
    57.804       41      1       34      1.686   2
    
    57.179       56      1       34      1.621   2       1.627   2
    57.179       56      1       34      1.633   2
    
    52.786       75      1       32     -0.323   2      -0.323   1
    52.786       75      1       32     -4.722   4
    
    54.059       85      1       34      0.679   2       0.726   2
    54.059       85      1       34      0.773   2
    
    54.582      100      1       20      0.728   4       1.517   2
    54.582      100      1       20      1.517   2
    
    54.908      110      1       34      1.513   2       1.484   2
    54.908      110      1       34      1.455   2
    
    33.123      122      1       35      1.329   2       1.462   2
    33.123      122      1       35      1.595   2
    
    57.748      134      1       34      1.625   2       1.616   2
    57.748      134      1       34      1.607   2
    
    494.872     143      1        2      1.260   2       1.247   6
    494.872     143      1        2      1.216   2
    494.872     143      1        2      1.284   2
    494.872     143      1        2      1.288   2
    494.872     143      1        2      1.199   2
    494.872     143      1        2      1.237   2
    					
  • Data ready to be merged Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 2002-03-04
    Data Type: CFC's
    Action: DQE'd data submitted
    Note:
    I have placed the DQEd CFC data sent by D. Wisegarver in the appropriate I08S original directory
    .../indian/i08/i08s/original/2001.09.18_I08S_CFC_DQE_WISEGARVER
     
    Included in the directory are website submission README file and data file containing CFC11/12 and quality flags. Data are in need of merging at this time.
    					
  • Data merged into online file, new CSV file added Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2002-02-20
    Data Type: TCARBN/ALKALI
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged TCARBN and ALKALI into bottle file and made new exchange file. 
    
    February 1, 2002     Notes on i08s merging
    
    Merged TCARBN and ALKALI from:
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i08/i08s/original/i08shy_allparams_199900616.txt
    into bottle from the web  i08shy.txt (20000425WHPOSIOSA).
    
    Made a new exchange file.
    Put both new files online.
    					
  • .ps & *check.txt files created Adel Hajrasuliha

    Date: 2002-01-03
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Internal QC completed
    Note:
    created .ps files for this cruise. created *check.txt file for this cruise.
    					
  • Exchange file online Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-12-24
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
    					
  • Data fainal & public David Wisegarver

    Date: 2001-09-18
    Data Type: CFCs
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    This is information regarding line: I08S
    ExpoCode: 316N145_5
    Cruise Date: 1994/12/01 - 1995/01/19
    From: WISEGARVER, DAVID
    Email address: WISE@PMEL.NOAA.GOV
    Institution: NOAA
    Country: USA
    
    
    The directory this information has been stored in is:
    20010918.171618_WISEGARVER_I08S
    
    The format type is:  ASCII   
    
    The data type is: BottleFile 
    
    The Bottle File has the following parameters: 
    CFC-11, CFC.12
    
    The Bottle File contains:
    CastNumber StationNumber BottleNumber SampleNumber
    
    WISEGARVER, DAVID would like the data PUBLIC.
    
    And would like the following done to the data: 
    MERGE FINAL DQE CFC DATA
    
    Any additional notes are: 
    SUBMITTED FOR D.WYLLIE. CFCS ON SIO98 SCALE.
    
    					
  • Exchange file online Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-06-21
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CTD and bottle exchange files were put online.
    					
  • minor corrections may be needed Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2001-02-26
    Data Type: HELIUM/DELHE3
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    Following up on Bill Jenkins's message, I would like to ask you to make public all ldeo woce tritium/he data that have been submitted to you.  Because the tritium/he community has not yet finished the final calibration of the data, I might have to apply minor corrections to these data once the intercal. Effort has been completed.  Our acce work was funded over a 5-year period that ended in 2000.  consequently, this data set is further behind in quality control before submission, but i expect that we will get these data ready soon.
    					
  • Agreed to DQE Indian BTL data Arnold Mantyla

    Date: 2001-02-07
    Data Type: NUTs/S/O
    Action: DQE Begun
    Note:
    I would be glad to look over the Indian Ocean data for you. Sarilee has started plotting up I01 for me to start on. - Arnold
    					
  • pdf, txt versions online Linda Huynh

    Date: 2000-09-29
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
  • New PDF & TXT files completed Jerry Kappa

    Date: 2000-09-27
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Data Update
  • Data not yet calibrated Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2000-09-26
    Data Type: TRITUM
    Action: No Data Submitted
    Note:
    Tritium data will be submitted later (after intercalibration).
    
    We hold tritium data for a subset of our He lines only.
     
    WHP lines with tritium:
    S4P> S4I (East)> I8S> I9S> P9
    					
  • Units are ml/l, should be umol/kg Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 2000-08-31
    Data Type: OXYGEN
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    in the I9S/I8S and I1 .hy files oxygen is given in ml/l instead umol/kg as it is in the rest of section and in WHPO manual suggested.
    					
  • Units & DQE status unclear Bruce A. Warren

    Date: 2000-08-04
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Was I right that the I2 nutrients were in per liter rather than per kilogram, and that I8N and I9N were in per kilogram?  Also, did Joe Jennings and Lou Gordon ever review the I1 nutrients?  All I have seen is the shipboard data, and the silicic acid values there for Stations 973, 974, 975, and 996 appear high at all depths, suggestive of a standardization problem.
    					
  • also NEON Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2000-06-23
    Data Type: HELIUM/NEON
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    2000.10.27 KJU
    
    Moved files from ftp-incoming.2000.10.23/ Files contain documentation and bottle data. Could not determine who sent the files. No relevant email was found. They were received on June 23, 2000 along with other cruises that had the same format. Path is i08/i08s/original/2000.06.23_I8S_DOC_SEA.
    					
  • I08S DEL14C data are public Paul D. Quay

    Date: 2000-05-05
    Data Type: DELC14
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    You can make the 14C data from I8S open to the public.
    					
  • Reformatted NUTs/CTDOXY online Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2000-04-27
    Data Type: NUTs/CTDOXY
    Action: Website Update:
    Note:
    I have replaced the older I08S/I09S files with the ones that Sarilee recently sent.  All tables and meta files have been updated.
    					
  • corrected units, calculated NITRAT Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2000-04-26
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Data Update
    Note:
     I have converted the mislabeled nutrients for the bottle
    data for I08SI09S and put the file in my incoming ftp area in
    I08S-I09S.  I also subtracted the NITRIT from the NO2+NO3 and
    now there is NITRAT and NITRIT as specified in the WOCE format.
    					
  • Correct NUTs Units not yet online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2000-04-25
    Data Type: NUTs/CTDOXY
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    In March of 1998 I reformatted (this was before our "accepted" format was in place) I08S, I09S.  At that time I noted that the O2 was in ML/L and the nuts had the wrong unit headings, which I changed from UMOL/KG to UMOL/L.  Perhaps that file was never put up on the web site, but the file there now has the O2 in the correct units UMOL/KG, and the nuts are as stated by Orsi in UMOL/L but say UNOL/KG.  Also there is NO2+NO3 and NITRIT.  All of the above I can correct in a short period of time.  Should I go ahead and do this?   
     
    I note that the ctd files for this line still have O2 in  ml/l.  
    					
  • Units changed from UMOL/L to UMOL/KG Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2000-04-25
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    Nutrients were labeled UMOL/KG but were really UMOL/L. Converted mislabeled nutrients from UMOL/L to UMOL/KG. Subtracted NITRIT from NO2+NO3 to get NITRAT.  
    					
  • Not final Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2000-03-24
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    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.
    					
  • Incorrect Oxy units Thomas Whitworth

    Date: 2000-03-01
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Bob Key tells me he's notified you of the nutrients units problem on the I8S and I9S bottle files.  The CTD files have the same problem with oxygen - e.g. values in ml/l interpreted as umol/kg.
    					
  • DQE Complete Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 2000-02-14
    Data Type: TCARBN/ALKALI
    Action: Final Data Submitted
    Note:
    I've just put a total of 13 files [carbon data measured in Indian (6 files) and Atlantic (7 files) oceans] to the WHPO ftp area. Please let me know if you get data okay.
    					
  • CFCs Public, CO2 masked Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2000-02-09
    Data Type: CFCs/CO2
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    David Newton and I have done some work on I08S/I09S bottle data.  The CFCs have been updated with values from J. Bullister's 12/1999 data submission and Alex Kozyr's carbon values.  The carbon values on-line have been masked out pending public release from Alex.
    
    All tables and files have been updated accordingly.
    					
  • Data Online David Newton

    Date: 2000-02-08
    Data Type: CFCs/CO2
    Action: Date Merged into hyd file
    Note:
    Notes on merging of CFC's, TCARBN, ALKALI   316N145_5   I08S/09S  
      
      In i08shy.txt. Removed 18 duplicate lines at Station 39 cast 1 sampno 1.
        Removed 4 duplicate lines at station 129 cast 1 sampno 1.
        Merged in CFC11 and CFC12.  Merged in TCARBN and ALKALI. Source for
        TCARBN and ALKALI was f8.2, Rounded to f8.1 for merged .hyd file.
        Stations 1,2,3 were not in .hyd file, but were in cfc file.
    David Newton 09Feb2000
    					
  • stations missing or replicated Dr. John L. Bullister

    Date: 1999-12-16
    Data Type: BTLNBR
    Action: Update Needed:
    Note:
    Stations 1-3 are absent (they were present iin an earlier versioni of the file)
    sta 39 samp 1 is repeated 19 times
    sta 129 samp 1 is repeated 4 times
    					
  • Data are Final & Public John L. Bullister

    Date: 1999-12-16
    Data Type: CFCs
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    Post these revised files at the web site, with the CFC data 'public' for these cruises.
    					
  • Data quallity does not meet WOCE standards Kelly Falkner

    Date: 1999-09-29
    Data Type: BA
    Action: Update Needed:
    Note:
    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
    					
  • No errors detected Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 1999-08-17
    Data Type: SUM/HYD
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    I have checked the .sum and .sea/.hyd files for lines A08, A12, I08S/I09S, and P14S.   
    
    The files on the web page for A08 and I08S/I09S adhere to the WHP format specifications, and I have run them over the programs wocecvt and sumchk without any errors. 
    					
  • corrected units in BTL file, changed CTD to WOCE format Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 1999-06-16
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    You are correct, the values were in ml/l and the CTD files were in a non-WOCE format.  I have rectified this situation by replacing  both the CTD zipfile and the hydro file with newer versions that are in WOCE formt (CTD) and a newer hydro file wih the correct units for Oxygen.
    
    -sd
    
    Stephen - I downloaded the data for I08S and I09S today, 26 May. I compared the water sample data to data I had retrieved in April 1995 from the Indian Ocean preliminary data site at WHOI available to Indian Ocean PIs (I work for Arnold Gordon).  The data from your WHPO site has less resolution than the data from 1995.  The oxygens in the hydro files have a resolution of only one decimal place, compared to three in 1995.  Phosphate has two compared to three.  The difference seems to be more than a rounding error, as the 1995 data rounded to one decimal place does not result in the value I retrieved.  I suppose if the data were updated and then rounded, this could account for the difference. Also, I see in the data description that the CTD data was reformatted by WHPO.  The data downloaded is still in the original WHOI format, dated Aug 1995.  Is there a final version?
     
    Thanks,
    Phil Mele
    					
  • Data encrypted by PI request Dr. Michael McCartney

    Date: 1998-12-01
    Data Type: CFCs/TCARBN/ALKALI
    Action: Data NonPublic
    Note:
    CFCs removed (masked) from bottle files and decrypted for
    public consumption per McCartney's instructions.  Also 
    removed ALKALI and TCARBN as well as replacing the string "FC02" (with a zero) with the string "FCO2" (with an 'o') in both the i09s and i08s bottle files.
    					
  • Change status to Public Michael S. McCartney

    Date: 1998-12-01
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Someone pointed out to me that the bottle files for I08S and I09S are still encrypted and in non public status.  
    
    I do not recall there being some reason for this but as far as I am concerned, they should be realeased for public use.
     
    Mike McCartney
    					
  • cfcs, carbon data Public Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 1998-12-01
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CFCs removed (masked) from bottle files and decrypted for public consumption per McCartney's instructions.  Also removed ALKALI and TCARBN as well as replacing the string "FC02" (with a zero) with the string "FCO2" (with an 'o') in both the i09s and i08s bottle files.
    					
  • reformatted files not online Dave Muus

    Date: 1998-10-13
    Data Type: CTD/SUM
    Action: Update needed
    Note:
    I08S CTD data has been reformatted and put on
    imani anonymous ftp pub/INCOMING/i08sCTD+SUM.tar.gz. The tar
    file also includes a comment file and a corrected copy of the
    summary file.  The original summary file is still on the web 
    but Sarilee reformatted it Feb 6, 1998 (web sample summary file)
    and I reformatted it Aug 12th. I corrected the Station 102 date
    on my reformatted file and included it in the tar file but it 
    still has the "/"s in the EXPOCODEs as per instuctions last
    August.
    					
  • corrected expocode Lynne Talley

    Date: 1998-09-30
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
     I made a small change to the first header
    line of the i08shy.txt and i09shy.txt files - they are
    from the same cruise and neither of them had the righ
    expocode.
    
    Expocode was changed to 316N145_5 in both files.
    					
  • deleted xtra header lines,  i8 changed to i0 8s Lynne Talley

    Date: 1998-09-09
    Data Type: SUM
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    Steve - there were 2 extra header lines in i08ssu.txt.
    I removed them, and also change the section names from I8
    and I9 to I08S and I09S. I placed the new file in whpo.ucsd.edu
    INCOMING.
    					
  • Includes i08 i03 s04i icm03 pcm09 Thomas Whitworth

    Date: 1998-03-27
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    Steve Rutz put the ICM3 data on the WHPO FTP site in January, along with the I3 and S4I data, with the provision that it not be made publicly available yet.  We see from the web site that I3 and s4(I) are there, and have resent the ICM3 data to the FTP site.
    
    The PCM9 deployment and recovery cruise data (Rapuhia and Monowai, respectively) were submitted to NODC in July, 1995.  We will also place these on the FTP site.
    
    These data are available to the public.
    					
  • Data are Final Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 1998-03-09
    Data Type: ALKALI/TCARBN
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    I have put the final CO2-related data for I8S/I9S Indian Ocean Line to the WHPO ftp INCOMING area.
    					
  • by PI request Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 1998-02-26
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Data are NonPublic
    Note:
    WOCE Indian Ocean bottle data from Mike McCartney (I08S/I09S) has been encrypted as requested by the PI until further notice.
    					
  • online data are raw Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 1998-02-23
    Data Type: TCARBN/ALKALI
    Action: Take Data Offline
    Note:
    I have recently looked at the PUBLIC data files for the WOCE I8S/I9S Sections that are currently posted through WHPO WEB site. I discovered that the TCO2 and Alkalinity are completely deferent from those I have from BNL PIs Ken Johnson and Doug Wallace. I thing the TCO2 and TALK data you have are from the Chief Scientist and are the row data from the cruise records. These data have to be removed from the final data set on the WEB.
    
    I am currently preparing WOCE formatted CO2 data files for this and other Indian Ocean cruises, and will send them to you as soon as I finish.
    					
  • Not Yet DQE'd Michael S. McCartney

    Date: 1997-10-06
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    The I8S and I9S data should be made available to the community with the caveat as you 
    mentioned, that the data have not been DQE'd.
    					
  • ready for DQE Sarah Zimmermann

    Date: 1997-10-03
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    I've just sent you the processed CTD data for the WOCE legs I8S + I9S, ready for the DQE step. I've put the files into the incoming directory of whpo.ucsd.edu.   
    The files sent are:
    I8SI9S.RP1, the CTD report
    I8SI9S.SUM
    I8S.SEA
    I9S.SEA
    KA45D001.CTD through KA45D147.CTD
     
     I am leaving for a cruise Oct 5 and will be back from sea Nov 20.  If there are any questions I will not be able to answer them until then.