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Note on a16c large volume exchange file modification. Dec 20, 2011 Expocode 316MHYDROS4 Added comment to exchange file header.
"Notes on Hydros Leg 4 modifications to Large Volume (GERARD) bottle data. 111209/dm EXPOCODE 318MHYDROS4 1. Java OceanAtlas version 5.0.2 required to read Large Volume Exchange files using REVPRS and REBTMP in place of CTDPRS and CTDTMP. Unable to read Large Volume NetCDF files at this time. 2. Units for REVTMP changed from ITS-90 to ITS-68. 3. Missing value flags for Oxygen and Nurients changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 310, CASTNO 2, SAMPNO 81 Missing value flags for Oxygen and Nurients changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 316, CASTNO 1, SAMPNO 90 Missing value flags for Oxygen and Nurients changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 349, CASTNO 3, SAMPNOs 89 & 90 Missing value flags for NITRAT and NITRIT changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 313, CASTNO 4, SAMPNO 90 Missing value flags for NITRAT and NITRIT changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 376, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 92 Missing value flags for NITRIT changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 316, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 86 Missing value flags for NITRAT changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 332, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 81 Missing value flag for RA-228 and RA-8/6 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 313, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 81 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 3 to 9 for STNNBR 313, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 92 Missing value flag for RA-8/6 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 313, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 92 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 316, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 89 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 332, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 8 9 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 340, CASTNO 1, SAMPNO 92 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 340, CASTNO 1, SAMPNO 81 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 349, CASTNO 4, SAMPNO 85 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 349, CASTNO 4, SAMPNO 90 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 376, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 92 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 376, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 81 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 2 to 9 for STNNBR 376, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 83 Missing value flag for RA-228 changed from 3 to 9 for STNNBR 376, CASTNO 3, SAMPNO 90"
Notes on Hydros Leg 4 large volume(GERARD) sample data 110519/dm 1. Pressure, Temperature and salinities taken from ODF data currently on line as WOCE format Large Volume data. 20010416WHPOSIODM 2. Data from Niskin bottle attached to Gerard barrels (Samples 51-60) merged from file SAVEsv.csv received from R. Key Dec 9, 2010. Gerard Barrel data (Samples 81-92) merged from SAVElv.csv received from R. Key Dec 9, 2010. Surface soak (Samples 99, Casts 9) merged from SAVElv.csv received from R. Key Dec 9, 2010. 3. No times available for surface soak samples. Used "0". 4. REVTMP units ITS-68 not ITS-90. 5. RATIO is RA-228/RA-226 Following samples have RATIO flag = 1 while RATIO value is -999. Station 313 Cast 3 Barrel 81 1379db Station 313 Cast 3 Barrel 92 1659db Station 316 Cast 3 Barrel 89 1162db Station 332 Cast 3 Barrel 89 1522db Station 340 Cast 1 Barrel 92 1186db Station 340 Cast 1 Barrel 81 1548db Station 349 Cast 4 Barrel 85 l64db Station 349 Cast 4 Barrel 90 916db Station 376 Cast 3 Barrel 92 11db Station 376 Cast 3 Barrel 81 94db Station 376 Cast 3 Barrel 83 143db Station 376 Cast 3 Barrel 90 1648db Changed flags from 1 to 9. 6. Station 313, Cast 3 has duplicate CFC values for Sample 52; 1378db. TCARBN values both 2213.9. All CFC values have flag 2. CFC-11 CFC-12 0.158 0.072 1.972 0.975 Used 0.158 0.072 as better match with Rosette CFCs. 7. Station 376, Cast 3, Sample 90, 1647.6db, RA-228 has value -999.00 and flag 3. Changed flag to 9.
Notes on Hydros Leg 4 rosette sample data modification. EXPOCODE 318MHYDROS4 110316/dm 1. Temperature, salinities, oxygen and nutrients taken from ODF data ,whprpasave6, dated Aug 25, 2005. 2. CFCs and CO2 data merged from file SAVEsv.csv received from R. Key Dec 10, 2010. PCO2 values in file but no flags. Added flag 2 for all PCO2s. 3. SAVEsv.csv has BTLNBR 37 in #4 position. Changed to BTLNBR 71 to match ODF data. Original Bottle #4 replaced with #71 on SAVE LEG5. 4. Modified Summary file to use EVENT CODE "BO" for rosette casts and "MR" for Gerard casts in place of "BE" and to use CAST TYPE "LVS" for Gerard casts in place of "GER". 5. CTDTMP units ITS-68 not ITS-90.
SAVE Leg 6 aka HYDROS Leg 4 is already on the website as A16C, EXPOCODE 318MHYDROS4. I will leave this as is for now and only work on SAVE Legs 1 - 5.
Merged the TCARBN, PCO2, and PCO2TMP into online file. Made new exchange file. Merge notes on a16c: Retrieved the carbon data for a16c from the CDIAC website re Kozyr's Aug. 14, 2002 e-mail. Merged the TCARBN, PCO2, and PCO2TMP into the online file.
ctdprs, salnty, oxygen, silcat, nitrat, nitrit, phspht, revtmp, delc14, tcarbn, alkali, c14err Copied this directory from /usr/export/html-public/cgi/SUBMIT/INCOMING/20011112.075818_KEY_SAVE\2401_5;\240HYDROS_4. Had to rename the two files to take care of strange characters in the name. The data contains of a readme file from the data submission website and a CSV bottle file. This data is the same as that which was copied into the same directory name in A16S/original.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
*check.txt created for this Cruise. | Could not Create .ps files for this cruise.
I uploaded the SAVE+HYDROS LV files today using your form. Note that a bottle number of "99" is a surface sample obtained without using a Gerard barrel. The file I sent does NOT have the piggyback niskin bottles. The only way I have that information is in a merged ascii file with "everything". This merged file does not have flags and is closer to the original files sent out by ODF + merged data I recieved from individual investigators. I have attached a copy of this file "just in case". The attached file is in an shortened format, but your guys won't have any trouble doing a reformat. The file: SAVE.dat - 209411 bytes has been saved as: 20011112.075818_KEY_SAVE 1_5; HYDROS_4_SAVE.dat in the directory: 20011112.075818_KEY_SAVE 1_5; HYDROS_4 The data disposition is: Public The bottle file has the following parameters: CTDPRS, REVTMP, SALNTY, OXYGEN, SILCAT, NITRAT, NITRIT, PHSPHT, C14, C14ERR, TCARBN, ALKALI The file format is: Comma Separated Values The archive type is: NONE - Individual File The data type(s) is: Summary (navigation) 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: Place Data Online Any additional notes are: WOCE flags have been assigned and are included, however, the QC was NOT thorough, especially with respect to routine hydro data.
Replaced both the SUM and BOTTLE files online with the ones with CFC values (Muus 20010416). Also placed LVS file online, produced EXCHANGE file and placed on website. EXCHANGE file veried w/ JOA v3.0.
WHPO records indicate he/tr data not yet submitted. Request for earliest possible submission sent to Bill Jenkins.
The PIs for C14 during SAVE/HYDROS were Broecker/Ostlund. The summary table shows No Data for A16C or A16S. I can provide copies of the LV files for all of SAVE/HYDROS if you do not have. I do not have Jenkin's (not Smethie) H3/He3 data for these cruises. I should be listed as PI for A20 C14. These samples should get measured this year.
The exchange bottle file name in directory and index file was modified to lower case. CTD exchange files were put online.
Bottle file in exchange format has been linked to website.
The modified a16c and a16s data are in ~dave/SDIGGS/A16. I was wrong in my April 3rd message assuming the .SEA files were from ODF. They look more like they were generated from .sd2 files. I redid everything from the final ODF data: .SUM files, .SEA files for rosette and .SEA files for large volume samplers. Freons were collected from the piggyback Niskins on many of the Large Volume casts. Many of the CFCs have quality codes of 6 meaning they are averages of replicate samples. The WOCE instructions say the details on the replicates should be in the documentation. I haven't seen any such documentation, could it be in the original CFC data directory in "a16_save_cfc.mail"? The read permission is 'owner only'. We do not have any of the the actual large volume data (c14, argon-39, krypton, radium 228 & 226). The new files included them in the .SUM parameters but do not have any headers in the .SEA files. Successfully ran sumchk and wocecvt. Please let me know if you have any questions or need further clarification.
Notes file for A16C modification and final CFC merging. SAVE Leg6/HYDROS Leg 4 R/V MELVILLE April 16, 2001 D. Muus 1. Generated new SUMMARY file from final SIO/ODF data. Now has Uncorrected as well as Corrected Bottom Depths, corrected EVENT CODEs, NAV, Height ABOVE BOTTOM, WIRE OUT, MAX PRESS, NO. OF BOTTLES, complete parameter numbers from Sample Log Sheets and COMMENTS from ODF Station and Cast Description. Particulates were not included since the Sample Logs are incomplete and do not say whether they were parameter number 40 or 41 (or both). 2. Generated new SEA file from final SIO/ODF data. Now has BTLNBRs, complete CTDSAL and more decimal places in data. ODF did not include CTDOXY with bottle data in pre-woce cruises so it is not available for this report. Oxygen is included with the CTD data. 3. Merged final CFC data received from Peter Salameh April 3, 2001 /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/atlantic/a16/original/ A16_SAVE_CFC/save6.txt into the new SEA file, replacing the shipboard CFCs in the ODF data.
CFC data submitted by Peter Salameh @ SIO. Placed files in data/onetime/ atlantic/a16/onetime
Directory a16ctd.tar was moved from ftp-incoming.2000.10.23/ Was decompressed into two sub-directories A16C and A16S. Data contained in both directories is CTD. Directory was received June 16th, 2000. Website indicates data are public.
2000.10.11 KJU Files were found in incoming directory under whp_reports. This directory was zipped, files were separated and placed under proper cruise. All of them are sumfiles. Received 1997 August 15th.
Replaced newly reformatted CTD and SUM files (reformatted by S. Anderson). All entries and tables have been updated.
Both pdf and text docs have been updated and are online.
Reformatted .sum file. Reformatted CTD files, added correct headers. Used 2 for all QUALT codes. CTD files had day as 10 for stas. 374 and 375. .sum file had 11 for the day. I changed the ctd files to agree with the .sum file.
(aka A16C) HYDROS Leg 4 (SAVE-6) Corrected Pressure-Series CTD Data (Pressure, Temperature, Conductivity/Salinity, Theta, Oxygen) Tape Format Description Document May 3, 1991 STS/ODF CTD Group Oceanographic Data Facility Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego, Mail Code 0214 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0214 phone: (619) 534-1906 fax: (619) 534-7383 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. MANIFEST This distribution is contained on one 1200-foot, 1600 bpi, 9-track magnetic tape. All files consist of fixed-length, blocked ASCII records, with no embed- ded control characters. The tape is organized as follows: HYDROS Leg 4 Corrected Pressure-Series CTD Data Distribution File Contents Record Length Block Size 1 This Document 80 4000 2 File Index 80 4000 3 Cast Description 80 4000 4-74 CTD Data (HYDROS-4) 80 4000 2. PROCESSING NOTES The CTD data on this tape have been calibrated/corrected. Complete CTD data handling and processing information is detailed on separate documentation that accompanies this tape. Interpolated/extrapolated data records are identi- fied by a count of "1" in the "number of raw frames..." reported with each record. Any blank data values are reported as "-9" on the tape. Transmissometer data collected with the CTD data are not included on this tape. Wilf Gardner at Texas A&M University should be contacted regarding the status of these data. Hydrographic data are not included on this tape: they will be distributed separately when finalized. The station-cast information on this CTD tape con- tains bottom depths in corrected meters. Various missing values (positions or depths) have been replaced by "-9" on this tape. Some positions and depths may yet be updated during finalization of hydrographic data. 3. FILE FORMATS File 2 of this tape contains an index of all the files on this tape. It can be used to create a command file to load and name the data sets. Index File Record Format Parameter FORTRAN Format (First Record) Comment Line a80 (Subsequent Records) File number i3,1x Data set name a9 File 3, the Cast Description file, consists of one title record, followed by one record for each cast from the cruise. Non-CTD cast descriptions are also included in this file for convenient reference. The records have the following formats: Cast Description Record Format Parameter FORTRAN Format (First Record) Cruise Name a25 Ship Name a25 Cruise Dates a25 (Subsequent Records) Leg 3x,i2 Station 2x,i3 Cast 3x,i2 Day i2 Month i2 Year i2 Cast Type 2x,a3 Latitude Degrees i2 Latitude Minutes f4.1 Hemisphere (N or S) a1 Longitude Degrees i3 Longitude Minutes f4.1 Hemisphere (E or W) a1 GMT Time (hhmm) i4 PDR Bottom Depth (meters) i5 Remarks (CTD#, distance a30 above bottom, misc. info.) The CTD data on files 4-74 consist of one two-decibar pressure-series data set for each cast. Each data set consists of one cast description header record, followed by one fixed-length data record per 2-decibar pressure inter- val. The record formats are as follows: CTD Data Record Format Parameter FORTRAN Format (First Record) Cast Description Record (see file 3 format) (Subsequent Records) Pressure (decibars) f6.1 Temperature (degrees C, IPTS-68) 1x,f7.4 Conductivity (milli-mhos/cm) 1x,f7.4 Salinity (PSU, PSS-78) 1x,f7.4 Potential Temp. (degrees C, IPTS-68) 1x,f7.4 Dissolved Oxygen (ml/l) 1x,f5.2 Number of Raw Frames in Average 1x,i4 Blanks to pad to 80 characters 31x SAMPLE DATA FILE: (50% of file 4, first tape block: HYDROS-4, station 309 cast 1) 4 309 1140389 ROS3443.7S 52 0.9W1747 261CTD#1, 12 btls dab= 8 0.0 25.0643 53.8995 35.5697 25.0643 5.67 12 2.0 25.0664 53.9827 35.6292 25.0659 5.48 164 4.0 25.0632 54.0019 35.6454 25.0623 4.85 169 6.0 25.0657 54.0066 35.6463 25.0644 4.84 91 8.0 25.0635 54.0083 35.6485 25.0618 4.84 81 10.0 25.0642 54.0117 35.6498 25.0621 4.96 90 12.0 25.0724 54.0175 35.6471 25.0697 4.95 99 14.0 25.0520 54.0125 35.6588 25.0490 4.93 60 16.0 25.0230 54.0164 35.6840 25.0196 5.02 155 18.0 24.9990 54.0592 35.7342 24.9950 4.91 62 20.0 25.0047 54.1984 35.8326 25.0004 5.04 94 22.0 24.9954 54.4737 36.0446 24.9906 4.95 107 24.0 24.9165 54.6012 36.2023 24.9113 4.91 52 26.0 24.9233 54.7246 36.2883 24.9177 5.04 155 28.0 24.9055 54.8928 36.4278 24.8995 4.94 57 30.0 24.9408 55.0781 36.5372 24.9343 5.07 135 32.0 24.9914 55.1964 36.5840 24.9844 4.83 60 34.0 25.0149 55.2660 36.6163 25.0075 4.99 108 36.0 25.0381 55.3314 36.6456 25.0302 5.00 95 38.0 25.0362 55.3315 36.6467 25.0279 5.02 112 40.0 25.0344 55.3313 36.6473 25.0256 4.99 76 42.0 25.0352 55.3355 36.6491 25.0260 5.06 95 44.0 25.0944 55.4542 36.6889 25.0848 5.02 125 46.0 25.1173 55.5068 36.7090 25.1072 4.79 74
These data were PUBLISHED in 1993 (Weiss et al., SIO Reference Series 93-49)
Frank - Thanks. Yes, no problem with "pre-WOCE". We - well, Sarilee - can make these files into quasi-WOCE CTD format, and Jerry can integrate the documentation as needed. There were ODF South Atlantic A16 (25W) segments done for both Talley and Smethie. These are from the general "SAVE/HYDROS" era, I think. Thanks for getting us the CTD data in whatever form you have. We're happy to take it from there.
This cruise was done before we had developed any WHP software. It was done with much older sensor calibration models, so we can't assess the accuracy of the data the way we do now. It goes without saying that there are no quality codes. We have the data available in their original ascii format (whpo:/whpo/3/a16ctd.tar.gz). This distribution includes the original documentation describing the data formats.
Parameters Submitted: STNNBR CASTNO SAMPNO CTDPRS CTDTMP CTDSAL THETA SALNTY OXYGEN SILCAT NITRAT NITRIT PHSPHT QUALT1 Also Subitted: Nav. File Prelim. Cruise Report dated 6/16/92 Station Plot