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========================== 32OC202_1 processing - BTL ========================== 2014-05-18 R Lee .. contents:: :depth: 2 Submission ========== ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== filename submitted by date data type id ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== 32OC19880723.exc.csv Robert M. Key 2014-03-13 1142 ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== Parameters ---------- 32OC19880723.exc.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - CTDPRS - CTDSAL _ - SALNTY _ - CTDOXY _ - OXYGEN _ - SILCAT _ - NITRAT _ - NITRIT _ - PHSPHT _ - CFC-11 _ - CFC-12 _ - TRITUM _ - TRITER - HELIUM _ - DELHE3 _ - NEON _ _ - NEONER _ - CTDTMP - HELIER - DELHER ..  parameter has quality flag column ..  not in WOCE bottle file Process ======= Changes ------- - Changed TRITUM & NEON flag from -999 to 9 - CTDSAL and CTDOXY flags initialized from flag 9 to 2 Conversion ---------- ======================= ==================== ====================== file converted from software ======================= ==================== ====================== 32OC19880723_nc_hyd.zip 32OC19880723_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.2-7-gdf4aeee ======================= ==================== ====================== All converted files opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Directories =========== :working directory: /data/onetime/atlantic/a16/a16n/original/2014.07.14_BTL_RJL :cruise directory: /data/onetime/atlantic/a16/a16n Updated Files Manifest ====================== ======================= ================= file stamp ======================= ================= 32OC19880723_nc_hyd.zip 20140712SIOCCHRJL 32OC19880723_hy1.csv 20140714SIOCCHRJL ======================= =================
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. 32OC19880723.exc.csv
Bottle data file
Expocode: 32OC19880723 Ship: Oceanus Woce Line: A16N Note: I started with the file you very recently posted. My actions: 1. added H3,He3,He,Neon data rcd from Jenkins 2. interpolated then added CTDOXY and CTDSAL from the CTD files you recently posted 3. QC'ed all bottle values except CFCs (they already had flags. Most of the 3/4 flags were for bottle salt and bottle oxygen data. 4. Created new metadata header and prepended yours to mine 5. Calculated theta, etc. 6. Checked CTDSAL and CTDOXY calibration (both good) 7. Printed & uploaded
I started with the file you very recently posted. My actions: 1. added H3,He3,He,Neon data rcd from Jenkins 2. interpolated then added CTDOXY and CTDSAL from the CTD files you recently posted 3. QC'ed all bottle values except CFCs (they already had flags. Most of the 3/4 flags were for bottle salt and bottle oxygen data. 4. Created new metadata header and prepended yours to mine 5. Calculated theta, etc. 6. Checked CTDSAL and CTDOXY calibration (both good) 7. Printed & uploaded
Action: Merge Data, Place Online, Updated Parameters Notes: Here is the updated file for this cruise: Notes: 1. Bottle and sample numbers fabricated and identical. 2. Bottle salinity values that were flagged 3,4,9 replaces with CTDSAL values so long as CTDSAL flag was 2. The replaces salinity values are flagged zero so this change can be backed out if desired. 3. Alk values replaced with corrected values from Marta Alvarez 4. pH values, converted to PHSWS@25C added. 5. All bottle values QC'ed 6. File is 1:1 row match to what you already have 7. Your file had REVTMP, this one does not 8 Theta from my software and may be marginally different from what you'd calculate. 9. You will get another copy of this file with the CARINA tarball.
• Added cruise summary pages • Added SIO-generated station plot • Added SIO-generated CTD Data Consistency Check • Added these Data Processing Notes to PDF and TEXT reports
New text doc online.
Dear Drs. Bullister, Gruber, and Johnson, The recent repeat of A16N is part of the US Global Ocean Carbon and Repeat Hydrography Program. The WHPO is funded to make all data from these surveys available to the public in and timely manner. Thus we request the submission of all available data, including but not limited to: - summary station information - bottle data files - ctd station files - documentation This request can easily be fulfilled by receiving your permission to obtain the data from SIO/ODF systems analyst Frank Delahoyde. We also request your specific approval to make these data public on our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
You have my permission to obtain the data from Frank and post them at the website. You should include the caveats that these data are the raw shipboard version, are still preliminary and will be updated.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online. SUmfile has a station 11 cast 2 and CTDs have a file for a station 11 cast 1 only. For this reason and for the purpose of the conversion, the 2 was made a 1 to allow for the code to work.
Created *check.pl for this cruise. No *.ps files created for this cruise.
WHPO records indicate he/tr data not yet submitted. Request for earliest possible submission sent to Bill Jenkins.
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 current online sumfile has been replaced with the newly reformatted sumfile, completed by S. Anderson on 2000.11.03. The following changes were made as per the notes.a16n readme accompanying the file:  Reformatted to conform with the accepted WHPO format.  Latitude and longitude minutes were xx.x changed to xx.x0.  Station 11 - .sum had cast 1, .hyd had cast 2. Changed .sum to cast 2 per data report (SIO ref. 91-16). All references have been updated to reflect this change.
Merged CFC11 and CFC12 into new ODF version of bottle file. Note: Quality flags are for CFC11 and CFC12.
SUM, Bottle Please note, cast discrepancy between sumfile and new odf bottle file for station 11. Sumfile has station 11, cast 1 while bottle file and cfc file has station 11 cast 2. All merging notes are in original subdirectory under 2000.04.20_A16N_CFC_BULLISTER
NOTES: Merging process started jointly between DMB and SRA. Merging completed by SRA. A16Ncfc.dat - removed first four lines of data. Edited file called A16Ncfc_edt.dat A16Ncfc_edt.dat - Swapped columns 2 (samp) and 3 (cast) for mrgsea to merge data. Removed cast number "2" from sample numbers (eg. sample #01 was called 201, not same nomenclature as hyd file) on stations 11, 61, 62, 63, 65 (all cast 2). 2000.10.14 SRA a16nhy_rplcd_2000.08.15.txt - this is outdated working bottle data file. Moved into original dir and replace with current bottle data file containing cfc's. 2000.08.15 SRA *** Ran ~danie/tools/wocecvt on updated bottle file. (2000.08.15 SRA) *** NOTE: SANBORN bottle data file and CFC data file both had data for station 11 cast 02, but WHOI .sum file only listed station 11 cast 01 (no cast 02). Will leave as is and document. 2000.08.15 SRA a16nhy_new.txt - new bottle file obtained from ../original/FROM_STS_2000.03.13_SANBORN
file submitted by K. Sanborn was edited to conform to WOCE format and had CFC columns added to the file by gen_dummy_cfc.pl to aid in merging incoming CFC's. This edited file called a16nhy_new.txt.
I was the CFC PI on A16N and sent the data to the WHPO in April 2000. The data should have been made publically available, but have not been so far.
Because of the problems that were found in the distribution of OCEANUS 202 on the WHPO site, I am proposing to send John Bullister the data transmittal file that ODF has in it's archives. I have reformatted the file to be similar to the WHP format. Differences are: CTDTMP ODF file is to 3 decimal places THETA ODF file is to 3 decimal places SALNTY ODF file is to 3 decimal place QUALTI ODF file has no coding Is this any problem? I believe my solution will assist John and not hold up his data submission. I had reviewed the WHPO data file with ODF data file and was at a point that I could easily have added the bottle numbers. I opted not to do that because of the pressure differences. If it is not a problem that the temperature and salinity are reported to thousandths and someone at WHPO must add the data coding, then all is good. I tried to download the "raw" data files and create a WHP format report. Unfortunately, some of the archive tapes were unreadable. Listed below are problems that I found in the WHPO file. 1. The pressures in the WHPO file are off by ~5db at ~4000db. The pressures are also reported to tenths, the current transmittal file reports the pressure to whole values. >> I was able to cut and paste in the pressures to tenths from an ODF file. 2. Theta is calculated to 4 decimal places. ODF's current file is to 3 decimal places. 3. The oxygen and nutrients do not match ODF files. It appears that WHPO converted liter units to kilograms and this accounts for the difference. 4. There are added levels, one at the bottom evidentally from the CTD data. Some stations have extra levels also appears to be from the CTD that are not in ODF's current data set. >>I was able to add these extra levels from an ODF file. 5. The WHPO file has lost part of Station 122 and all of Stations 123-129. >> These are in the file sent to John. 6. It appears that the data on the WHPO was from an older distribution of the data. Fortunately, it appears that there were no major changes in the data that is archived by ODF other than the added levels. Unfortunately, the conversion from depth to pressure was done incorrectly and the conversion from liters to kilograms resulted in differences. This conversion resulted in data that was reasonable unlike pressure.
I don't see the file anywhere. I had a subset of my 9-track tapes read off several years ago, but none of them have the A16 (MCTT) documentation and so I suspect it is on one of the existing 9-tracks, which we no longer can read since there is no equipment here to do it. so it will have to be typed or scanned in. Lynne