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The data submitted represents the 13C/12C of the dissolved inorganic carbon expressed in per mil relative to VPDB as the standard.
The following data are now available. http://cchdo.ucsd.edu/cruise/31DSCG94_1 31DSCG94_1_hy1.csv
============================================== P18 1994 31DSCG94_1 processing - BTL - HELIUM ============================================== 2014-12-12 M Hu .. contents:: :depth: 2 Submission ========== ============== ============ ========== ============ ========== filenme submitted by date datatype id ============== ============ ========== ============ ========== p18_hy1.csv Mingyu Hu 2014-12-11 HELIUM units 31DSCG94_1 ============== ============ ========== ============ ========== Parameters ---------- p18_hy1.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~ - CTDPRS - CTDTMP - CTDSAL _ - SALNTY _ - CTDOXY _ - OXYGEN _ - SILCAT _ - NITRAT _ - NITRIT _ - PHSPHT _ - CFC-11 _ - CFC-12 _ - CFC113 _ _ - TCARBN _ - ALKALI _ - PCO2 _ - PCO2TMP - PH_TMP - TRITUM _ - HELIUM _ - DELC13 _ - C13ERR _ - DELC14 _ - C14ERR - CCL4 _ _ - DELHE3 _ - PH _ _ - HELIER _ - DELHER _ - THETA _ - TRITER ..  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 ------- p18_hy1.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~ - HELIUM units changed from NCC/G to NMOL/KG Conversion ---------- ===================== ============== ======================= file converted from software ===================== ============== ======================= 31DSCG94_1_nc_hyd.zip p18_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.2-40-g569f4c2 31DSCG94_1hy.txt p18_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.2-40-g569f4c2 ===================== ============== ======================= All converted files opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Updated Files Manifest ====================== ===================== ================ file stamp ===================== ================ 31DSCG94_1_nc_hyd.zip 20020606WHPSIOSA 31DSCG94_1hy.txt p18_hy1.csv 20020606WHPSIOSA ===================== ================
Expocode: HLY031 Ship: Healy Woce Line: HLY031 Note: None
Expocode: CGC-90, 32MB19900222 Ship: Malcom Baldrige Woce Line: P15S Note: The metadata and the report for this cruise can be found at http://cdiac.ornl.gov/oceans/ndp_052/ndp052.html
Expocode: CGC-90, 32MB19900222 Ship: Malcom Baldrige Woce Line: P15S Note: None
Station 1 was a test cast made in Puget Sound. Stations 2-7 were made off the coast of Oregon as part of a hydrothermal vent study on the transit from Seattle to Punta Arenas, Chile.. Stations 8-9 were test casts made on the transit from Punta Arenas to the start of the P18 line. The CTD data from Sta 1-7 were processed in the same batch as the P18 stations, but they were not on any WOCE line and not done to WOCE standards. I think they were inadvertently submitted when the P18 data were sent to the WHPO.
Following replies from Dick, Rik and Paul, I will: 1. Get CCHDO to change the pco2 column labels (property, flag, temperature) to fco2
fCO2 dynamics in the Atlantic, South Pacific and South Indian oceans Wanninkhof, R., and R.A. Feely Mar. Chem., 60, 15–31 (1998) Subsurface fugacities of CO (fCO(20)) can be used in combination with total dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) to precisely calculate total alkalinity. Thus it can be used to determine dissolution of calcium carbonate (hard tissue) and remineralization of organic material (soft tissue), to quantify saturation constants of calcite and aragonite in seawater, and to characterize water masses. fCO(20) is a good tracer of biological transformation since it is thermodynamically related to the other inorganic carbon system parameters and it has a dynamic range from 200 to 2000 Âµatm in the world?s ocean. Precision of fCO measurements is 0.3% and the values are well calibrated using compressed gas reference standards. Increases of fCO(20) are observed as the water masses age during movement from the Atlantic to the Indian and South Pacific oceans. As an example of the determination of the ratio of soft tissue remineralization to hard tissue dissolution from fCO(20) and DIC, the trends along the 27.2 isopycnal for the subtropical gyres of the three basins are investigated. Little CaCO dissolves along this isopycnal in the Atlantic and the South Pacific while the soft tissue remineralization to hard tissue dissolution ratio in Indian Ocean is 4.5:1. The difference in this ratio along the 27.2 isopycnal appears to be a combination of the calcite and aragonite saturation levels and the supply of aragonite tests.
Alex Orsi pointed out that there is a very low tritium value on P18 at station 34, 98.9 dbar - value is 0.029. There is no flag on it. Somehow it didn't produce a bullseye on my plot (I'm looking into why not.) Can you please check it for us? Thanks - Lynne
Hi Lynne. I don't know why I didn't pick up on that one either. It is obviously bad, but I cannot find any unusual diagnostics in our processing. It is possible that the sample was "blocked" during transfer and the operator didn't notice it. That would be rare, but with thousands of samples processed, I suppose it is possible. Unfortunately, the correlative information we were automatically gathering at that time (unlike now) was insufficient to test for such an event. Since it is so obviously WRONG, I would think we should just -9 it.
I made these changes. -Sarilee Lynne Talley wrote: In P18: can you please change both TRITUM and TRITER at station 34, cast 1, bottle 132 (98.98 dbar) to -9 and flag them as 9? (As per correspondence with Bill Jenkins attached below.)
Made changes to TRITUM and TRITER values on sta. 34, cast 1, bottle 132, 98.9db re correspondence between Lynne Talley, Alex Orsi and Bill Jenkins. Changed the values to -9.000 and the QUALT1 flag for TRITUM to 9. Also changed QUALT2 flag to 9 for TRITUM on sta. 34, cast 1, bottle 132. Made new exchange file.
silcat, nitrit, delc13, alkali, qualt1, qualt2 Put updated p18hy.txt file submitted by Lynne Talley online. Created new exchange file. This is the updated p18hy.txt file that I just submitted to the WHPO. Here are the notes that I submitted with it. All changes are to quality flag QUALT1 unless noted (only exception is delc13 since I haven't heard from the analysis group there yet to OK the flag). Station 74 bottle 119: alkalinity flag changed to 3 Station 88 bottle 119: alkalinity flag changed to 3 Station 123 bottle 224: delc13 flag in qualt2 changed to 4 (no answer from WHOI yet) Station 110 bottles 136 to 128: silicate flag changed to 3 Station 112 bottles 136 to 129: silicate flag changed to 3 Station 113 bottles 136 to 128: silicate flag changed to 3 Station 11 bottle 113: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 11 bottles 108, 104, 101: nitrite flag changed to 3 Station 20 bottles 119, 116, 115, 114, 113, 106: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 61 bottles 127, 126, 125, 123, 121, 119, 118, 117, 116, 115, 105, 104: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 93 bottles 117, 113, 111, 110, 109, 108, 107, 106, 105: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 95 bottle 102: nitrite flag changed to 3 Station 97 bottles 111, 110, 109: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 114 bottles 123, 122, 121, 120, 119, 118, 117, 116, 115, 113: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 148 bottles 116, 115: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 149 bottles 228, 227, 226, 225, 223, 222, 221, 220, 217, 216, 215, 214, 213, 212, 211, 209, 208, 207, 204, 203: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 171 bottles 117, 116, 115, 114, 113, 112, 111: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 174 bottle 113: nitrite flag changed to 4 Station 175 bottle 118: nitrite flag changed to 4
On Thursday 09 May 2002 05:38 pm, Lynne Talley wrote: Alex, Greg and Frank: I'm doing the P18 section now for the Pacific atlas. There are two alkalinity bullseyes. Do you have these in your data set? Should we leave them or flag them as suspicious and remove from the section? P18: station 74, bottle 119, value 2221.0 (looks low) station 88, bottle 119, value 2227.0 (looks low) (last bottle on this station but doesn't match adjoining stations) I see that both of these already had a flag of 3 for TCARBN. Station 88 119 also had a flag of 4 for PCO2. So I'm guessing something was wrong with the samples and that these alkalinity values should also be flagged. L. Talley You are right, these two alkalinity points are clearly outliers. I have flag "2" for both in my database, but obviously these should be flagged as bad-"4".
I believe the stripiness you observe (on P18 ) is station-to-station variability in the standards. I would agree that the high silicic acids at 110, 112, and 113 are high. I did not see any dramatic shift in the standard factors or intercepts used to calculate those stations. They should be flagged as "3" I also agree that the deep nitrites you observed should be flagged as "3".
Deep helium from John Lupton and new tritium from Bill Jenkins merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file. Notes on P18 merging April 16, 2002 D. Muus 1. Merged Helium and DelHe3 from: comma-separated_value file in Lupton message 15:13 PDT, Apr 10, 2002 and Jenkins tritium from: http://www.soes.soton.ac.uk/staff/wjj/p18trits.txt into current web bottle file (20011022WHPOSIODM). 2. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 3. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
The data disposition is: Public The file format is: Comma Separated Values The archive type is: NONE-Individual File The data type(s) is: Other: home made helium data file The file contains these water sample identifiers: Castm Number (CASTNO) Station Number (STATNO) Bottle Number (BTLNBR) EVANS, LEIGH would like the following action(s) taken on the data: Merge Data
I have placed a file containing CFC113 and CCl4 values for P18 into the P18/original directory under the directory 2001.10.19_P18_CFC113_CCL4_WISEGARVER This file contains a README file and the data file. PLEASE NOTE the values for both cfc113 and ccl4 are all missing values and both Q1 and Q2 flags are either 9s or 5s as per Wisegarver's comments. It appears that D. Muus has already corrected the values and flags for cfc113 and ccl4 in the current bottle file when CFC data was merged, if this is the case, no action is needed at this time.
created .ps files, check with gs viewer. Created *check.txt file.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
Merged July 2001 CFCs into bottle file and placed new woce format and exchange format files on web. Made minor modifications to Summary file. Corrected CFC113 and CCL4 QUALT2 codes per information from Dave Wisegarver, PMEL. Changed Quality Codes 0 and 1 to 9 where appropriate. Changed missing values for DELHE3 and DELC14 from -9. to -999. Notes on P18 CFC merging Oct 23, 2001. 1. New CFC-11 and CFC-12 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p18/original/2001.07.09_CFC_UPDT_WISECARVER_P18/20010709.180730_WISEGARVER_P18/20010709.180730_WISEGARVER_P18_p18_CFC_DQE.dat merged into SEA file from web Oct 1, 2001. (20000619WHPOSIODMB) Changed all quality code "1"s in first 9 characters of QUALT1 and QUALT2 to "9". CTD and bottle have been DQE'd so quality codes of data values often different. Changed all quality code "1"s in last 6 characters of QUALT1 to "9". Then copied QUALT1 to QUALT2. Original QUALT2 had many "1"s where data present and QUALT1 had "2". Changed TRITUM, HELIUM & DELHE3 quality code "0"s and "1"s to "9" for QUALT1, then copied QUALT1 codes to QUALT2 for these 3 parameters. Changed DELHE3 missing value from -9.00 to -999.00. Changed DELC14 missing value from -9.0 to -999.9. Many CFC113 and CCL4 had QUALT1 = 9 and QUALT2 = 5; changed QUALT2 codes to 9 per info from Dave Wisegarver Oct 19, 2001. Left all CFC113 and CCL4 with QUALT1 and QUALT2 = 5 as is, per note in DOC file. 2. .SUM file lines with missing positions deleted. Sta 1 Ca 1 BO & EN (no water samples) Sta 1 Ca 2 BO & EN (no water samples) Sta 2 Ca 1 EN Added x to WOCE SECT for Stations 1 through 9. Were blank. Changed WOCE SECT column to be left-justified. 3. Exchange file checked using Java Ocean Atlas.
It was brought to my attention that the WOCE Paciﬁc/Indian He-Tr data was not as yet made public. After submitting it to you last year, I had intended on going through it one more time to ensure there were no problems with it. Unfortunately, I have not had the time to do this. Is it possible, therefore, to release it as public data, and if there are any subsequent minor revisions, to make changes? I suspect there might be a few samples in the set that might have got through our initial quality control.
Includes Legs 2-3. Has SVC14 rpt, Appendices 1-9 (includes DQE replies), DQE rpts for CTD and bottle data.
2000.12.11 KJU File contained here is a CRUISE SUMMARY and NOT sumfile. Documentation is online. 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.
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 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.
*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.
I have updated the sumfile, bottle file and added additional documentation file for P18S and P18N. The columns for CCL4, HELER and DELHER are filled with missing data values. Chief Scientist for P18S (leg2) has been changed to Bullister from Johnson. All relevant tables and entries have been updated to reflect this change. Bullister has been notified of the update.
I just sent revised files (p18.sea, p18.sum, P18.doc) for the P18 expedition to the WHPO anonymous ftp site. Please let me know that they have been received. I just checked what is at the WHPO site for P18. I cannot find any entries under the category: Detailed information: Data Updates so I cannot tell the history of what is posted there now. The p18.sea file I just sent contains helium, tritium, delhe3, tcarbn, alkali, pH, and pCO2 data. The CFCs are now on the SIO93 calibration scale. The data have been edited in response to the DQE comments (detailed responses are included in the .doc file). I included the original QUALT2 flags in the .sea file, along with revised flags in the QUALT1 word. I should be listed as Chief Scientist for P18S, in the format Bullister(Taft) instead of Johnson(Taft). Greg Johnson was not on the P18S leg- he was Chief Scientist on P18N only. Bruce Taft retired several years ago, and has not been involved in the bottle data workup
As of 3/2000 the 2 year clock expired on the last of the Pacific Ocean C14 data (P10). All Pacific Ocean WOCE C-14 data should be made public.
Arnold has finished his DQE work for P18S. I have used anonymous ftp and put the files in INCOMING on whpo. p18shy.dqe - bottle data with qualt2 word p18ssu.txt - .sum files p18s.dqe.rpt - Arnold's DQE report p18s.dqe.diff - file containing the records where the qualt1 and qualt2 words are different (where Arnold has changed the qualt2 word). Used UNIX utility diff to produce.
I have decrypted the bottle and CTD data for WHP P18 and placed them on our website. I masked out the CFC-11 and CFC-12 values (there were no CFC113 values) and updated the appropriate tables.
s/o, NUTs, cfcs all public. Tr/He data requested from Lupton/Jenkins. c14 collected and sent to AMS/WHOI. Checking w/ Quay re c14 data status.
Due to age; no DQE yet
I have resubmitted our P18 CTD data set to your ftp site. File p18.ctd.Z has been tarred and compressed and contains P18 CTD profiles in WOCE format. I also gave you the .SUM file again. Lynne has discovered station/filename errors in the data you have. I don't know how this happened but our files here are clean and correct. So we thought it easiest to resubmit the data set again.