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Merged new two place delc13 sent by Bob Key into online file (200403022WHPOSIOSA). File sent by Key only had one Q flag, so I used it for both Q1 and Q2.
Bottle: (qualt2) Changed Q2 flag for TCARBN to 4 re Lynne Talley's email. From L.Talley 3/20/2004: I'm plotting property-property plots for P17. There is a bad total CO2 on P16S (P17S) station 133, sample 6, at 153.5 dbar. The bottle flag is 3 and all of the other water samples are flagged as 4. The total ccarbon of 2197.5 should also be flagged as 4. It's way way out of line compared with all other samples on P17. Thanks - Lynne Line from p16shy.txt: 133 1 6 6 153.5 22.2159 36.1570 171.4 22.1851 35.2541 131.7 42.87 20.89 0.07 1.63 0.831 0.434 -9.000 -999.00 -9.0000 -999.0 2197.5 -9.0 -9.0 -9.00 -9.000 -9.00 -9.0000 -999.0 -9.00 3224444444499992959 3224444444499992959
There was nothing unusual about P16S17S with respect to C13. This must be just another example of the same error we've seen before. The values should have 2 decimals. At any rate, I've attached an ascii file with what I have (all decimals). Recall that my software "chops" trailing zeroes so "missing" decimal places can be replaced with "0". Not too long back I submitted C14 for P14S15S. There will be a few more legs before too long (these were legs on which samples were collected, generally for C13 only, but no money originally received for C14; NSF provided funding after the fact).
Merged CFC-11 and CFC-12 into web bottle file. Put new woce format and exchange format bottle files online. Details in "notes" file sent to Jerry. Notes on P16s,P17S Apr 4, 2003 D. Muus 1. Merged CFCs from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p16/p16s/original/ 2001.07.09_P16SP17S_CFC_UPDT_WISEGARVER/20010709.191034_WISEGARVER_P16S/ 20010709.174719_WISEGARVER_P16S_p17sp16s_CFC_DQE.dat into web bottle file (20030311WHPOSIODM) 2. Made new exchange bottle file and checked using Java Ocean Atlas.
Replaced DELC13 decimal-1-data with decimal-2-data from same original data files. Notes on P16S/P17S Mar 11, 2003 D. Muus 1. Replaced 1-decimal-place DELC13 in p16shy.txt (20020524WHPOSIOSA) with 2-decimal-place DELC13 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p16/p16s/original/2001.05.03_C13_P16S_KEY/p16s17s.c13.dat 2. Both QUALT1 and QUALT2 set to QC value given in original data file. 3. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 4. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
New text and PDF docs online.
Reformatted lvs file p16s17slv.data from Key found in p16s/original/2000.01.18_KEY_C14-LV.dir. This file needs to be linked to the web site.
Large volume samples data has been linked to website.
Merged DELC13 into online file p16shy.txt (20020502WHPOSIODM). The DELC13 data was retrieved from Bob Key's ftp site in May of 2001. Dana Stuart sent a new file May 24, 2002. A quick comparison indicates that the values are the same. Made a new exchange file. Notes: Merged DELC13 into online file p16shy.txt (20020502WHPOSIODM). File with DELC13 was retrieved from Bob Key's ftp site in May of 2001. Key's file contained both P16S and P17S DELC13 data. I did not merge the DELC13 from Key's file into the P17S part since Dave Muus had already done that using a file sent by Dana Stuart 20010206 which contained only P17S DELC13 data. Compared Key's file with file received from Dana Stuart on May 24, 2002. Values appear to be the same.
P17S DELC13 merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file. Removed "1" flags from QUALT words. Notes on P16S/P17S merging May 6, 2002 D.Muus 1. Merged P17S DELC13 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p17/original/20010206_C13_P17_STUART.email into bottle file (p16shy.txt 19990216WHPOSIODMB) 2. Only sample reference in C13 data file is station, cast and niskin. SAMPNO appears same as BTLNBR in bottle file so no apparent problem. 3. Changed quality flag "1"s in QUALT1 to "9"s. Copied QUALT1 to QUALT2 after checking that no QUALT2 flags differed from QUALT1 other than being "1"s or "9"s. 4. Arnold Mantyla DQE recommendations were in QUALT1 except for: Sta 158 Ca 1 Sample 1 1.8db 202 1 13 675.0db 202 1 37 675.0db which require CTD processing expertise. 1) Is 158/1/1 CTD temp ok? 2) Calculate corrected Sta 202 up-cast CTD temp and salinity at 675db. Left these flags unchanged. 5. No DELC13 data for the P16S stations. 6. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 7. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
salnty, oxygen, silcat, nitrat, nitrit, phspht, revprs, revtmp, delc14, delc13, c14err Reformatted the .sum file to conform with the accepted WHP format. Put online. Reformatted the .lvs file from Key. This needs to be linked to the web site. Reformatted .lvs file p16s17slv.data from Key found in: .../onetime/pacific/p16/p16s/original/2000.01.18_KEY_C14-LV.dir Data file a cast 4 for stations 198 and 210. The .sum file does not have a cast 4. This needs to be resolved.
created .ps files, check with gs viewer. Created *check.txt file
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
I have placed the updated CFC data file sent by Wisegarver into the P16s original directory in a subdirectory called 2001.07.09_P16SP17S_CFC_UPDT_WISEGARVER This directory contains data, and several copies of documentation and readme files (because multiple submissions were attempted, files appear to be duplicates). data are ready for merging
CTD and Bottle files in exchange format have been put online.
2000.11.21 KJU File contained here is CRUISE SUMMARIES and NOT sumfiles. Files listed below should be considered WHP DOC files. Documention 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.
Bottle: (helium, delhe3) Helium data from L.Evans merged into hyd file. Updated file on line. Note: Some helium data from the Evan's group replaced data values that preexisted in the hyd file. These preexisting data were duplicate samples drawn by a different helium group.
I transferred files over to the ftp-incoming directory the easy way (for me)... You will find the following "new" directories in /usr/export/ftp-incoming on whpo: p16a_p17a p17c_p17s_p16s p17e_p19s I already gave you p19c (which I see is in P19Cdoc). I thought it was redundant to put long names in every filename, so I made the directory name with the cruise lines, and the files are all the same. The figs files are all figxx.ps (where xx should indicate the figure numbers referenced in the documentation). I also included ps and ascii versions of the original documentation and applicable appendices. (appendix a and b will be missing - they are outdated now and shouldn't be included in anything.)
Moved RFine_cfcs_p1716s.sea and RFine_cfcs_p1716s_cfcs.dat from /usr/export/ftp-incoming.2000.02.14/RFine_cfcs The RFine files are different from the FINE_WILLEY files. The RFine files look newer. I ran Bren's code on it and the data from the RFine_cfcs_p1716s_cfcs.dat file has been merged into p16shy.txt.
I have provided hyd files for all these cruises, QC'ed by me, albeit not in WOCE format. I can resend if needed. Other than format, the only strange thing about these files was that I supplied a flag for revtmp, which I think appropriate given the number of things that can go wrong. Lynne may have these files reformatted since she has been using the results in the atlas prep.
This is a follow-up to last month's message requesting that all of our Pacific and Indian Ocean CFCs be made accessible to the public. Our cruises are; (Pacific) P17C, P1716S, P06E, P19C, P17N, P21E, and (Indian) I09N, I05W/I04, I07N, I10.
P16s(31WTTUNES_2), p17c(31WTTUNES_1), and p19c(316N138_12) have all had cfc data from Rana Fine merged and updated into them. The tables and files have been updated to reflect this change. Data are public.
I received the CFC-11/12 datasets for the following WHP lines: EXPOCODE 31WTTUNES/2 WHP-ID P17S,P16S EXPOCODE 31WTTUNES/1 WHP-ID P17C EXPOCODE 316N138/12 WHP-ID P19C EXPOCODE 318MWEST_4_5 WHP-ID P21E/W EXPOCODE 316N138/3 WHP-ID P6E Each file looks fine and has been placed in the proper archived directory on our machine so that they can be merged in with the rest of the values. -Steve Diggs I just ftp'd our cfc files to the /INCOMING/RFine_cfcs directory. The files named *.sea are hydro files with our final cfc values and quality bytes merged in. The files named *_cfcs.dat are files that include station, cast, bottle, cfcs and quality bytes. Please let me know if you have any problems and I'll let you know if we have any changes (hopefully not...).