Files in the Dataset have been checked for format consistency, and merged into a single, integrated, downloadable file.Download Entire Dataset Submit Data For This Cruise
Notes for P17N C13 merge: "New DELC13 data received from Bob Key May 15, 2007: 20070515.070948_P17N_Key,_Bob/mergedP17NC13.csv /mergedP17NC13.csv.Readme was merged into existing CCHDO web WOCE format bottle data. New exchange and NetCDF files also made. Quality flag for Station 64 Bottle 21 (1285.1db) was changed from 2 to 4 per Bob Key May 17, 2007 email. C13 for this cruise measured by Paul Quay (deep) and NOSAMS (shallow and matching C14 samples). The attached file contains the merged results. Two samples were measured by both groups. For these 2 the results were averaged and the flag reset to 6. One additional flag has been reset to 3. Quay and McNichol advised of these actions."
File: mergedP17NC13.csv Type: ascii, csv with unix line endings Status: Public Name: Key, Bob Institute: PU Country: USA Expo:325021/1 Line: P17N Date: 05/1993 Action:Merge Data,Place Data Online Notes: C13 for this cruise measured by Paul Quay (deep) and NOSAMS (shallow and matching C14 samples). The attached file contains the merged results. Two samples were measured by both groups. For these 2 the results were averaged and the flag reset to 6. One additional flag has been reset to 3. Quay and McNichol advised of these actions. The attached file should be a perfect 1:1 matchup with the files currently on-line. "-9" used here for missing value. Upload directory: /incoming_data/20070515.070948_P17N_Key,_Bob
07/01/04 Kappa DOC Cruise report changes: Added ?13C" to Y. Kumamoto's (PI) responsibilities Moved Surface Nutrients report from section 2.6 to section 2.3. Updated top 2 plots of Figure 13. Updated section 3.7 an Carbon Isotope Ratios: Changed section on Sample Collection Updated Table 1 Changed section called "Equipment and technique for sample preparation" to "Sample preparation" and deleted last sentence Added sections on delta ?13C and DELTA ?14C Replaced scatter plots of delta ?13C and DELTA ?14C preliminary Scatter plots with delta ?13C and DELTA ?14C against depth Vertical sections. Added Table 2: Summary of replicate analyses Added new section: "Quality control samples" Added Table 3: Summary of quality control samples (QCS) Added section on quality control flag assignment Added Data Summary Expanded References Updated most figures for greater clarity Expanded these Data Processing Notes
Merged CFC-11 and CFC-12 into web bottle file. Put new WOCE format and exchange format bottle files online. Details in "notes." Notes on P17N Mar 25, 2003 D. Muus 1. Merged CFCs from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p17/p17n/original/ 2001.07.09_P17N_CFC_UPDT_WISEGARVER/20010709.180418_WISEGARVER_P17N/ 20010709.180418_WISEGARVER_P17N_p17n_CFC_DQE.dat into web bottle file (20030307WHPOSIODM) 2. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 3. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
Replaced DELC13 decimal-1-data with decimal-2-data from same original data file. Notes on P17N Mar 7, 2003 D. Muus 1. Replaced 1-decimal-place DELC13 in p17nhy.txt (20021016WHPOSIOSA) with 2-decimal-place DELC13 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p17/original/ 20010206_C13_P17_STUART.email 2. Both QUALT1 and QUALT2 set to QC value given in original data file. 3. One sample in Stuart data file has 2 extra delc13 values. STNNBR CASTNO SAMPNO DELC13 QF 141 2 29 -0.58 2 141 2 29 -0.51 2 First value for 141/2/29 is -0.55, QF=6. 4. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 5. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
New PDF and text docs online.
Corrected Station 28 Cast 3 Latitude from 35 deg N to 34 deg N for WOCE format Summary file.
As noted by SE, the second line of the headers was an extra line, only an * in column 1. I deleted that line. The exchange file does not appear to have been affected by this extra line, so I did not make a new exchange file.
Sumfile was converted to WOCE format with the best of our abilities from the French language version that was submitted. Sumfile data was checked in JOA using the newly formatted CTDs and no problems were apparent. CTD were converted to exchange, netcdf and inventory file are now online.
I have reviewed the ODF sample log sheets for a random selection of stations in the intervals 100-120 and 149-203 from the cruise in question and can see that at the least S, O2, and nutrients were done, and I uncovered some CFCs and even one AMS 14C station. So there are, somewhere (at ODF presumably, and perhaps at NODC) bottle data for every one of the stations occupied during the cruise that covered P17N. But a decision was made somewhere along the line to leave the non-WHP stations out of the WHPO data file. For one thing, as you note, the non-WHP stations from that cruise did not receive full quality control. This is going to get into one of those data gray areas. My own preference would be to archive the complete cruise, and simply note in the documentation that stations 100-120 and 149-203 are not WOCE stations. I do not like to see data lost. For the non-WOCE stations we can put in whatever the quality code is that means no quality code was assigned, right? I have copied this to Dave Musgrave, Rana Fine, and Kristin Sanborn to see what words of wisdom they choose to impart.
Merged missing Non-WOCE station data (stations 100-120, 149-202) into current bottle file. Recreated exchange, netCDF and inventory files. Notes: I have merged the Non-WOCE stations for P17N into the current online file. 325021_1.xtr- New stations file obtained from odf. Contains stations 100-120, 149-202. Because these stations only contained S/O, nutrients and a Q1 word, appropriate missing values were added to columns of missing parameters before stations were merged into online bottle file. Q1 word was also copied to Q2 word and added missing value flags added prior to merging. Ran wocecvt with no errors. Copied p17nhy_edt.txt to parent directory and renamed p17nhy.txt. Recreated exchange, netCDF, and inventory files. Moved all previous versions of these files to original directory and RCS'd the action.
Made new CTD zip file from revised ODF files with corrected temperatures. Changed file names from sss0c.ctd to p17n.0sss.c.wct to conform to woce format. (sss=station, c=cast) Made new CTD exchange format zip file using modified sumfile to keep all stations in chronological order. (WOCE SECT: shelf, sound & eddy changed to P17N.) Checked new CTD exchange files with Java Ocean Atlas.
Merges DELC14, C14ERR, DELC13, and C13ERR values I got from Bob Key into p17n_lvs.txt file that was in p17n/original. This file needs to be linked to the web site.
Large volume samples data has been linked to website.
Merges DELC14, C14ERR, DELC13, and C13ERR values I got from Bob Key into p17n_lvs.txt file that was in p17n/original. This file needs to be linked to the web site.
Created new exchange file for the ctd data. Had to make a temporary change to the .sum file, stas. 100-120 had shelf for WOCE SECT, stas. 149-187 had sound for WOCE SECT, and stas. 188-202 had eddy for WOCE SECT. Changed these to P17N only for the purpose of making the exchange file.
SE noted that files 10001.WCT through 12001.WCT had 5 in the last character of all headers. I corrected this. On further investigation I noted that files 14901.WCT through 18701.WCT had the same problem. I corrected those files
Changed QUALT1 and QUALT2 flags for TCARBN on station 34 for depths deeper than 800db, except for the deepest at 5338.7db to 3, per e-mail from LynneTalley, Alex Kozyr, Bob Key, and Chris Sabine.
We'll delete the values from the section and check on the flags in general on that station. Just looked and they are not flagged on the WHPO version. We will change the flags to 3 and repost on the WHP website.
Changed QUALT1 flags for TCARBN on station 34 per Lynne Talley
We're plotting P17 for the WHP atlas now. On the total carbon plot, station 34 on P17N seems to be quite high compared with surrounding stations. Can you take a look at it and let me know if what we see is correct? (It's the station at about 37N, 12200 km.)
Bob and Chris also think that P17N Station 34, all of the TCO2 values deeper than 800dB (except the deepest at 5338.7 dB), flagged 3.
Changed QUALT1 flags for TCARBN on station 34.
In the "hy" file, stations 100 to 120 are missing. They are in the sum file, and the sum file indicates there should be bottle data for 1-6 ( ie silcat, oxygen, nitrit...).
(ctdtmp, ctdsal, theta, delc13 Merged ODF revised temperature data and delc13 into web bottle file. Corrected SUM file. Notes on P17N merging May 15, 2002 D.Muus 1. Corrected CRUISE DATES in first line of bottle file from "052684 TO 062693" to "051593 TO 062693" Corrected DATES in first line of SUMMARY file from "051693-062293" to "051593-062693" 2. Changed "TRITIUM" to "TRITUM" in bottle file header. 3. Merged P17N DELC13 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p17/original/20010206_C13_P17_STUART.email into bottle file (p17nhy.txt 20000921WHPOSIOSRA) Only sample reference in C13 data file is station, cast and niskin. SAMPNO appears same as BTLNBR in bottle file so no apparent problem. 4. Merged revised ODF bottle data from: /usr/export/ftp/pub/HydroData/woce/p17n/p17nhyd.zip into bottle file resulting from #3 above. 5. Changed QUALT2 from mostly "1"s and "9"s to same as QUALT1. Then changed QUALT2 flags in following samples from 2 to 3 per DQE: Sta 9 Ca 1 Smp 36 silicate 44 1 36 salinity 56 1 24 " 56 1 27 " 78 2 36 " This had already been done on 20000921WHPOSIOSRA in amongst the "1"s. 6. SUMMARY file from web fails woce format to exchange format conversion because of missing times in Station 92, Cast 1, BO and 99, 1, BO and missing WOCE SECT in Stations 100-120 and 149-202. Added missing times from ODF SUMMARY file in p17nhyd.zip. Added missing WOCE SECT for non-woce stations from description in ODF SUMMARY file. Stations 100-120 shelf 149-187 sound 188-202 eddy ODF SUMMARY file fails sumchk. Data columns not lined up with headers. Bottom depths somewhat uncertain Sta Ca Date Time Latitude North Longitude West Bottom Depth web_____ odf_____ web______ odf______ web odf odf_pdr_log "cor" unc unc cor 19 1 052093 1316 36 3.00 36 2.62 129 53.80 129 55.15 4957 4957 4957 4964 20 1 052093 1935 35 47.90 35 47.92 130 27.69 130 27.72 4975 4975 4976 4983 21 1 052193 0210 35 32.61 35 32.62 130 59.91 130 59.91 5064 5063 5064 5074 198 1 062593 0502 56 39.39 56 39.39 139 59.52 139 59.92 3524 3524 3525 3501 199 1 062593 0842 56 34.65 56 34.65 140 26.43 140 26.43 3579 3579 3579 3555 200 1 062593 1236 56 29.96 56 29.96 140 51.80 140 51.80 3591 3591 3591 3567 Changed header in web SUMMARY file from "COR CDEPTH" to "UNC DEPTH" Other blank spaces in web SUMMARY file filled in with values from ODF file: Sta Ca Code 1 1 BO : #BTLS PAR : 0 0 l 2 BO : #BTLS PAR : 0 0 34 1 BO : WIRE OUT : 5235 57 1 BO : MAX PRES : 3788 58 3 MR : HT ABV BTM : 9 59 1 BO : WIRE OUT : 4500 84 1 EN : UNC BTM : 4659 92 1 BO : TIME : 1621 " " " : UNC BTM : 3541 " " " : HT ABV BTM : 9 99 1 BO : TIME : 1155 " " " : UNC BTM : 223 131 1 BE : UNC BTM : 3539 Other changes made where web SUMMARY file differs from ODF SUMMARY file. Used original ODF data to determine which value to use. Kept web SUMMARY file value if no supporting evidence for change: Sta Ca Code 10 2 BO : UNC BTM : 3896 vs. 3855 (3855 is WIRE OUT) 25 1 BE : UNC BTM : 5077 vs. 5038 26 1 BE : UNC BTM : 4272 vs. 4233 27 1 BE : UNC BTM : 5238 vs. 5301 " " BO : UNC BTM : 5250 vs. 5301 " " EN : UNC BTM : 5263 vs. 5301 29 1 EN : UNC BTM : 5211 vs. 5103 33 1 BE : UNC BTM : 5037 vs. 5079 36 1 BE : UNC BTM : 4447 vs. 4319 38 1 BE : UNC BTM : 5003 vs. 5097 39 2 EN : LONG. DEG : 135 vs. 134 42 1 BE : UNC BTM : 3176 vs. 3331 48 2 BO : UNC BTM : 4021 vs. 3021 61 1 BE : UNC BTM : 4579 vs. 4638 " " BO : UNC BTM : 4583 vs. 4683 " " EN : UNC BTM : 4583 vs. 4683 68 3 BE : CAST TYPE : LVS vs. ROS " " MR : " " : LVS vs. ROS " " EN : " " : LVS vs. ROS 75 1 BO : HT ABV BTM : 8 vs. 89 80 1 BO : UNC BTM : 4677 vs. 4773 " " EN : UNC BTM : 4679 vs. 4780 82 1 EN : LONG. DEG : 155 vs. 154 91 1 BE : TIME : 1126 vs. 1105 " " " : UNC BTM : 4048 vs. 3916 92 1 BO : MAX PRES : 3722 vs. 3743 96 2 DE : TIME : 0710 vs. 0810 99 1 BO : MAX PRES : 198 vs. 216 190 1 BO : HT ABV BTM : blank vs. 8 (cast aborted about 1075m above bottom) 190 2 BE : CASTNO : moved 1 column to right justify 190 2 BO : CASTNO : moved 1 column to right justify 190 2 EN : CASTNO : moved 1 column to right justify 7. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 8. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
Merged DELC14, C14ERR, DELC13, and C13ERR values I got from Bob Key into p17n_lvs.txt file that was on the whpo web site in: ...onetime/pacific/p17/p17n/original.
Attached are copies of files for P17N_LV. I've included various details which may not be worth saving on your end. The files contain both Gerard and piggyback Niskin data. If you run into a flag value of "0" in the first listed file, it indicates that the value was somehow estimated rather than being measured (generally interpolation using Rosette data as basis). P17N.LV: the sum+hydro file I use with all flags, etc. Note that the c13 in this (and all other LV files) is not research quality. It is only adequate for fractionation correction to the C14 samples. LV.bottle.notes.odf: what you'd expect 3250211.sum: old copy of sum file with LV info included 3250211.lvs: original hyd file I got from Jim's guys. This is one of the LV cruises I was not on, so I can't supply info from memory. With respect to file P17N.LV, notes from my records follow: Oxygen not measured, but add empty columns for O2 and aou for compatibility. Check ODF QC flags Changes: 10-1-43 sif to 4 10-1-44 sif to 4 10-1-83 sif to 4 10-3-89 sif to 4 68-1-43 tf flag 3 Corrected sum file for Station 28 cast 3 Latitude degrees should have been 34, not 35 as recorded. 5/23/96 Rcd File from Stuiver (P.J. Reimer) with new values calculated with corrected c13 values. Based on Notes from Reimer with mailing: The c14 flags for following, at least, should be marked 3 or 4: Cruise P17N Station Cast Bottle Reason 10 1 84 Cap swollen 10 1 90 Sample Na2CO2 sample 141 1 89 Leaky cap These sample flags for c14 initialized at 3 QC LV C-14 data 10-1-81 HI vs P and on section mark 4 28-1-93 lo vs P and on section mark 3 68-1-93 lo vs P,Si mark 3 78-3-85 hi vs P mark 3
CTD has been converted to exchange using latest code and put online.
I have placed the updated CFC data file sent by Wisegarver into the P17N original directory in a subdirectory called 2001.07.09_P17N_CFC_UPDT_WISEGARVER This directory contains data, documentation and readme files. data are ready for merging
From: Zafer Top Steve: Yes, you did bug me before about this! All data should have been public since 1998, and if they haven't then they should be! From Steve Diggs: I was asked the following question regarding Roden's 1993 cruise from Fiji aboard the Thompson: "Steve, The table says P14N HeTr are still Non-Public and has both an encrypted file and a public bottle file. Data History has note from Zafer Top saying neon data is public (Aug 29, 2001) but can see no mention of Helium or Tritium. Do I need to merge the CFCs into both the Public and Non-Public Bottle files or is there chance that the data is now all public? Dave" So, are your He/Tr data for P14N public, or would you like for them to be held as encrypted data? Please let me know and sorry if we've bugged you about this before.
WISEGARVER, DAVID would like the data PUBLIC. And would like the following done to the data: MERGE CFC DATA Any additional notes are: CFC DATA ON SIO98 SCALE
CTD and Bottle files in exchange format have been put online.
ODF has discovered a small error in the algorithm used to convert ITS90 temperature calibration data to IPTS68. This error affects reported Mark III CTD temperature data for most cruises that occurred in 1992-1999. A complete list of affected data sets appears below. ODF temperature calibrations are reported on the ITS90 temperature scale. ODF internally maintains these calibrations for CTD data processing on the IPTS68 scale. The error involved converting ITS90 calibrations to IPTS68. The amount of error is close to linear with temperature: approximately -0.00024 degC/degC, with a -0.00036 degC offset at 0 degC. Previously reported data were low by 0.00756 degC at 30 degC, decreasing to 0.00036 degC low at 0 degC. Data reported as ITS90 were also affected by a similar amount. CTD conductivity calibrations have been recalculated to account for the temperature change. Reported CTD salinity and oxygen data were not significantly affected. Revised final data sets have been prepared and will be available soon from ODF (ftp://odf.ucsd.edu/pub/HydroData). The data will eventually be updated on the whpo.ucsd.edu website as well. IPTS68 temperatures are reported for PCM11 and Antarktis X/5, as originally submitted to their chief scientists. ITS90 temperatures are reported for all other cruises. _______________________________________________________________________ Changes in the final data vs. previous release (other than temperature and negligible differences in salinity/oxygen): S04P: 694/03 CTD data were not reported, but CTD values were reported with the bottle data. No conductivity correction was applied to these values in the original .sea file. This release uses the same conductivity correction as the two nearest casts to correct salinity. AO94: Eight CTD casts were fit for ctdoxy (previously uncalibrated) and resubmitted to the P.I. since the original release. The WHP-format bottle file was not regenerated. The CTDOXY for the following stations should be significantly different than the original .sea file values: 009/01 013/02 017/01 018/01 026/04 033/01 036/01 036/02 I09N: The 243/01 original CTD data file was not rewritten after updating the ctdoxy fit. This release uses the correct ctdoxy data for the .ctd file. The original .sea file was written after the update occurred, so the ctdoxy values reported with bottle data should be minimally different. ======================================================================== DATA SETS AFFECTED: WOCE Final Data - NEW RELEASE AVAILABLE: WOCE Section ID P.I. Cruise Dates ---------------------------------------------- S04P (Koshlyakov/Richman) Feb.-Apr. 1992 P14C (Roemmich) Sept. 1992 PCM11 (Rudnick) Sept. 1992 P16A/P17A (JUNO1) (Reid) Oct.-Nov. 1992 P17E/P19S (JUNO2) (Swift) Dec. 1992 - Jan. 1993 P19C (Talley) Feb.-Apr. 1993 P17N (Musgrave) May-June 1993 P14N (Roden) July-Aug. 1993 P31 (Roemmich) Jan.-Feb. 1994 A15/AR15 (Smethie) Apr.-May 1994 I09N (Gordon) Jan.-Mar. 1995 I08N/I05E (Talley) Mar.-Apr. 1995 I03 (Nowlin) Apr.-June 1995 I04/I05W/I07C (Toole) June-July 1995 I07N (Olson) July-Aug. 1995 I10 (Bray/Sprintall) Nov. 1995 ICM03 (Whitworth) Jan.-Feb. 1997 non-WOCE Final Data - NEW RELEASE AVAILABLE: Cruise Name P.I. Cruise Dates ------------------------------------------ Antarktis X/5 (Peterson) Aug.-Sept. 1992 Arctic Ocean 94 (Swift) July-Sept. 1994 Preliminary Data - WILL BE CORRECTED FOR FINAL RELEASE ONLY/NOT YET AVAILABLE: Cruise Name P.I. Cruise Dates ------------------------------------------ WOCE-S04I (Whitworth) May-July 1996 Arctic Ocean 97 (Swift) Sept.-Oct. 1997 HNRO7 (Talley) June-July 1999 KH36 (Talley) July-Sept. 1999 ________________________________________________________________________ "Final" Data from cruise dates prior to 1992, or cruises which did not use NBIS CTDs, are NOT AFFECTED. post-1991 Preliminary Data NOT AFFECTED: Cruise Name P.I. Cruise Dates ------------------------------------------ Arctic Ocean 96 (Swift) July-Sept. 1996 WOCE-A24 (ACCE) (Talley) May-July 1997 XP99 (Talley) Aug.-Sept. 1999 KH38 (Talley) Feb.-Mar. 2000 XP00 (Talley) June-July 2000
An oceanographically-insignificant error in CTDTMP data for this cruise has been found (ca. -0.00024*T - 0.00036 degC). A data update is forthcoming. In the interim the corrected data files can be obtained from: ftp://odf.ucsd.edu/pub/HydroData/woce/crs
DOC Has LVS and SVC14 rpts, Appendices A-D, DQE rpts both CTD and bottle data, and data status notes.
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 sum files. Received 1997 August 15th.
Remerged CFCs, Tritium, Helium, C14, TCARBN and ALKALI data and data flags into original hyd data file. These bottle data had to be remerged due to problems with data flags in the originally merged bottle data file. Complete documentation regarding remerge is in original subdir 2000.09.16_P17N_REMERGE.
**These data were merged into the original p17nhy.txt file that had bad data flags. This file was recreated, and these data were merged into the new file on Sept. 21,2000. The following notes pertain to the original merge, but apply to the remerge (21SEPT2000) as well. SRA p17nwoce.csv.txt : original LUPTON/EVANS data file. p17nhel_edt.dat : this is the helium data file, I edited the header and replaced the comma delimited data values w/ spaces. Also, replaced missing molal[He] values w/ -9.0000 (formerly white space) on sta/cst/btl: 22/1/20;28/2/24;37/1/37;54/1/29;56/1/36;62/2/25,27; 67/1/38;77/1/23;127/1/25;137/1/23,26,31,32;143/1/24 2000.08.29 SRA mrgsea : successfully merged %deltaHe and molal[He] data columns and associated flags into bottle data file (.../p17n/p17nhy.txt). Run time formats: %deltaHe= a7, i5, a6, f9.2, i5; molal[He]=a7, i5, a6, 16x, f8.4, i5 2000.08.29 SRA ..../original/p17nhy_rplcd_2000.08.29.txt : this is the former p17nhy.txt file. 2000.08.29 SRA
Previous p17nhy.txt file had data and data flag problems (mainly He/Trt). Reconstrucing bottle data file. Using hyd data from /home/whpo/sdiggs/WHPO/WHOI/DATA/P_1TIME/p17n/p17n.mka -verified this is the same data that is in the current p17nhy.txt file All merged files are saved in DATAMERGED dir. 1. Remerged cfc data from ...original/1999.10.20_P17N_CFC_FINE_WILLEY/FINE_ WILLEY_CFS_19991020_p17n_cfcs.dat file. NOTE: this data is an updated cfc data set from Fine's group (per README notes in 1999.10.20_P17N_CFC_FINE_WILLEY dir). This updated data set was never merged into the previous p17nhy.txt file. In the updated data set, there are 3 samples that are not present that were present in the original data set. sta/cst/samp Notes: ------------------ ---------------------------- 16/1/4 niskin bottle flag = 4 19/1/5 ? 67/1/6 niskin bottle flag = 4 These problems are not further investigated.
Previous p17nhy.txt file had data and data flag problems (mainly He/Trt). Reconstrucing bottle data file. Using hyd data from /home/whpo/sdiggs/WHPO/WHOI/DATA/P_1TIME/p17n/p17n.mka -verified this is the same data that is in the current p17nhy.txt file All merged files are saved in DATAMERGED dir. 2. Remerged tritium/helium data. There are 3 existing files containing tritium data. 2 of theses files came with the data set from WHOI WHPO; they are p17trt.raw and p17n.trt. The data values and data formats are different (all for the same samples) in these 2 files. It was assumed that p17n.trt contained the most up-to-date data for the period when these files were submitted to WHOI WHPO. The data flags were confusing and incorrect; they could not be correlate with the data (e.g. which flags where associated with which parameters). Correspondence with Jane Dunworth Baker at WHOI confirmed there were problems with the data flags. Data was merged into the bottle file with SIOWHPO revised data flags: missing data was flagged '9', all other values submitted were assumed to be OK and flagged '2'. The third existing data file contained tritium data and was from Z. TOP (1997). This is assumed to be the most up-to-date version of all tritium data for the P17N leg. The data file contained no cast values or data flags. Cast values were generated according to the sample log sheet maintained by ODF (P17N) for tritium samples taken during this expedition. Flags were generated as stated above (2 for any reported data, missing data flagged as 9). 3. Remerged LUPTON-EVANS helium data and flags. This data was already reformatted in the *LUPTON-EVANS dir.
Previous p17nhy.txt file had data and data flag problems (mainly He/Trt). Reconstrucing bottle data file. Using hyd data from /home/whpo/sdiggs/WHPO/WHOI/DATA/P_1TIME/p17n/p17n.mka -verified this is the same data that is in the current p17nhy.txt file All merged files are saved in DATAMERGED dir. 4. Merged KOZYR tcarbn/alkali data. This data was already formatted; substituted -999.0 for -999.9 when data was missing.
Moved from ftp-incoming to p17n original directory, the following files: p17n_sum.txt, p17nhy.txt, changes. These all refer to cfc merging completed by DMN. P17ncarb.txt contains carbon and alkalinity data that still needs merging into bottle file.
Bottle: (helium, delhe3) Merged helium and delhe3 data and data flags into BTL file. Merging comments are in original subdir 1999.10.08_P17N_HE_LUPTON-EVANS. p17nwoce.csv.txt : renamed this helium data file to p17nhel.dat,2000.08.29 SRA. p17nhel_edt.dat : this is the helium data file, I edited the header and replaced the comma delimited data values w/ spaces. Also, replaced missing molal[He] values w/ -9.0000 (formerly white space) on sta/cst/btl: 22/1/20;28/2/24;37/1/37;54/1/29;56/1/36;62/2/25,27; 67/1/38;77/1/23;127/1/25;137/1/23,26,31,32;143/1/24 2000.08.29 SRA mrgsea : successfully merged %deltaHe and molal[He] data columns and associated flags into bottle data file (.../p17n/p17nhy.txt). Run time formats: %deltaHe= a7, i5, a6, f9.2, i5; molal[He]=a7, i5, a6, 16x, f8.4, i5 2000.08.29 SRA ..../original/p17nhy_rplcd_2000.08.29.txt : this is the former p17nhy.txt file. 2000.08.29 SRA
I've replaced the p17n sumfile with Dave Muus' corrected version.
A corrected version of p17nsu.txt is now in /usr/export/ftp/pub/WHPO/MUUS with the corrections described in my two May 17 emails. Dave
Steve, While working with P17N for a Jim Swift project I found an error in the .SUM file. Station 35 BE and BO latitude should be 37 degrees instead of 38 degrees. EN is ok. The ODF woce .SUM file in the ODF p17n cruise directory is ok. Dave 325021_1 P17N 34 1 ROS 052493 2215 BE 37 30.01 N 135 0.05 W 325021_1 P17N 34 1 ROS 052493 2356 BO 37 29.95 N 135 0.63 W 325021_1 P17N 34 1 ROS 052593 0204 EN 37 29.67 N 135 1.59 W 325021_1 P17N 35 1 ROS 052593 0507 BE 38 59.99 N 135 0.03 W 325021_1 P17N 35 1 ROS 052593 0633 BO 38 59.83 N 135 0.04 W 325021_1 P17N 35 1 ROS 052593 0816 EN 37 59.86 N 135 0.25 W 325021_1 P17N 36 1 ROS 052593 1113 BE 38 29.50 N 134 59.99 W 325021_1 P17N 36 1 ROS 052593 1246 BO 38 29.93 N 135 0.70 W 325021_1 P17N 36 1 ROS 052593 1423 EN 38 29.73 N 135 0.46 W
Found another p17n .SUM error. Station 48 Cast 2 BO longitude should be 135 degrees instead of 136 degrees. BE and EN are ok. Dave 325021_1 P17N 48 2 ROS 052893 2025 BE 41 39.36 N 136 0.34 W 325021_1 P17N 48 2 ROS 052893 2146 BO 41 39.19 N 136 59.91 W 325021_1 P17N 48 2 ROS 052893 2318 EN 41 39.11 N 135 59.63 W
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.
cfc merging. Changes made 29Nov1999 David Newton p1716shy.txt Fixed line length on headers. Fixed QUALT2 on 2nd header CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. File of new CFC's contained 20 samples from STNNBR 999 which were not merged. p17chy.txt CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. File of new CFC's contained 9 samples from STNNBR 999 which were not merged. p17nhy.txt Changed expocode in p17nhy.txt from 325021/1 to 325021_1 CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. File of new CFC's contained 8 stations (85 samples) that were not in existing .SEA file. sta/cast were: 105/1 110/1 120/1 188/1 189/1 190/1 192/1 194/1 p19csu.txt removed <cntrl-M> from end of each line. p19chy.txt CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. p21ehy.txt Changed FCO2 header to PCO2. CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. File of new CFC's contained 8 stations (135 samples) that were not in existing .SEA file. sta/cast were: 1/1 2/1 3/1 913/1 82/1 84/1 91/1 161/1 p06ehy.txt CFC11 and CFC12 merged in. No changes. File of new CFC's contained 3 stations (46 samples) that were not in existing .SEA file. sta/cast were: 1/1 2/1 3/1
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. I just ftp'd updated/final CFC data for our WOCE Pacific cruises; p17c, p1716s, p6e, p19c, p17n, p21e. There are 2 files for each cruise. The file with the extension '.sea' is the hydro file (from your website) with our final CFC values merged in. The file with the '.dat' extension is a file with stn, cast, samp, cfcs and cfc quality bytes.
I've replaced the p17n .sum file with Lynne's updated version (see below for changes made). I have also edited the file to change all slashes in expocodes to underscores, and I have edited the table to reflect the updated file.
I placed an edited version of p17nsu.txt in my ftp area on whpo. There was a column misalignment and mising information on lines 343 (station 92), picked up by Maggie Cook at WHOI. I corresponded with Dave Musgrave about it. Here is his answer. I inserted -9 in the two columns for which there is no information for station 92. I realigned the max wire out and max press columns.
Our console logs show That the deepest prressure that a bottle was trippedwas at 3743 db (before correcting for the deck reading which was about 18). The Uncorrected acoustic depth was 3543 m, which is close to the value at the beginning of the cast: 3532 m. The CTD cast file for st 92 shows a maximum pressure of 3722 db. There is a note on the console log that the down time was recorded a little late (the bottom bottle was tripped at 1620 and the downtime was recorded as 1625). Maybe they recorded the acoustic depths wrong. It looks like the acoustic depth is wrong. The max wire out was 3648 m. We would have to back to the PDR log to and see what the acoustic depth was at 1620 on 13June93. Dave
Maggie Cook at WHOI alerted me to very small errors in the headers in the sum files for p17n and p17e - the LATITUDE and LONGITUDE labels are 1 column too far to the left. I have fixed them and put them in the incoming for the WHPO. I also changed the date stamp on them, but if you think these changes are too minor, change those back. Lynne
Dr. Musgrave has changed the status of the bottle nutrients and ctd files to 'PUBLIC'. I have stripped out the following parameters and made the files (the new stripped files w/o CFC-11 CFC-12 TRITUM DELHE3 HELIUM TRITER DELHER HELIER) available on our website.
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.