Hydrographic Cruise: 316N19840111

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Filename (Download) Size Date Submitted
ajax_316n19840111_ctd.txt 4.0 MB -

Data History

  • New PDF and Text versions online Jerry Kappa

    Date: 2011-01-18
    Data Type: CrsRpt
    Action: Website Updated
    New pdf and text docs with added CFC and CO2 sections have been 
    uploaded to the AJAX 1983 and 1984 directories.  They are already 
    online.  Old docs were renamed and moved to the Original directories.
  • Data online, unformatted Danie Bartolocci

    Date: 2010-05-27
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Website Update
    I have placed the ajax CTD files from Sarilee online (ajax_316n19840111_ctd.txt  and  ajax_316n19831007_ctd.txt).  They are currently unformatted.  I created a Queue/unprocessed directory for each file, created an entry for each in the database and run the update script to link the files online.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  Sarilee indicated that she would format them at a later date. 
  • Data online Danie Bartolocci

    Date: 2010-05-06
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Update
    2010.04.30  DBK
    Reformatting notes for the ajax_316N19831007 bottle file.
    This file was obtained from CDIAC, originally submitted to
    CDIAC by Bob Key.  Original file named 316N19831007.exc.csv
    This file contained both legs and was originally reformatted
    as one file.  However, since the cruise was marked by over a
    month between legs, the files were split into two cruises.
    leg 1:  ajax_316N19831007
    leg 2:  ajax_316N19940111
    This directory contains leg 2, which was split off of the 
    originally formatted file containing both legs.  At this time
    there is internal discussion as to if two separate legs or one
    combined cruise should be online.
    Following edits were made to parameter and units headers:
    - DBARS to DBAR
    - DEGC to DEG C
    - PCO2_TMP to PCO2TMP
    *NOTE:  PCO2 currently has units of PPM.  CCHDO accepted units
    are UATM.  Units will stand at this time but will be brought
    to Bob's and Alex's attention for clarification.
    File was re-ordered using copy_bottle_data.rb 
    Name/date stamp was added.
    Edited file named ajax_316N19840111_hy1.csv
    File was visually checked with JOA and placed online.
    No netcdf files were generated at this time.  WOCE formatted 
    file was generated using exchange_to_wocebot.rb.  File was 
    visual inspected for format errors and placed online.  WOCE
    file named ajax_316N19840111hy.txt
  • Split data files into 2 cruises Steve Diggs

    Date: 2010-05-04
    Data Type: Cruise ID
    Action: Cruise Update
    Just talked to Jim, and since there's a cruise in between the two AJAX legs, it's a definite "split".  
    So please split-up the one file from CARINA into two files/cruises.
  • Downloaded from CDIAC Danie Bartolocci

    Date: 2010-04-30
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Submitted
    Grabbed the file below and crunched it through over here.  One
    thing- PCO2 has units of PPM (my brain reads part per million) and
    not UATM, but I'm not a chemist.  Are those units correct?
    Thanks! -Danie
    Oh yeah, you and Alex both treat the AJAX expedition as one cruise
    (Knorr 11/5), but we have it under two separate expos.  I've just
    asked Jim if we should be splitting, but was there a reason you kept
    it as one file/cruise?  Leg 1 ended in Nov and leg 2 doesn't start
    til Jan...
    On Apr 29, 2010, at 2:38 PM, Robert Key wrote:
    > My version of the bottle data is posted at CDIAC
    > bob