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 How to Cite Dataset
Minor reformatting was done to the CTD headers to match the sumfile.
CTD was converted to exchange format using the new code. Old files were replaced and new ones are now online.
CTD data has been converted to exchange format using the new WHPO code. Old file has been put inside the original directory and new file has been put online.
Updated CTD files obtained by Danie from Kristy McTaggert. Old files had problems with salinities that had a (seemingly) linear relationship with temperature. New salinities seem to be fine. Data flags for the old files were confused, new ones are fine. Translated new files into WHP-exchange format. All new files online.
Replacement ctd data to correct bad salinities.
Sumfile cast numbers were modified to match the cast numbers in CTD files. 00 was added. CTD were put into exchange format and the individual file names were modified. New zipped CTD file has been linked to website.
Sumfile station numbers were modified. CTD numbers were modified to match sum.
The directory this information has been stored in is: 20010601.185558_MCTAGGART_PR15 The format type is: ASCII The data type is: CTDFile MCTAGGART, KRISTY would like the data PUBLIC. Here are my comments and actions taken regarding PR15 and PR16 data in question. Where I say I resubmitted data, you should've received an email from your web site interface BUT I couldn't upload the data through your web site interface from my PC because of an error message that said it couldn't accept my path and filename because of the ':' and '\' I guess (e.g. C:\woce\pr15\gp497w0011.ctd). So all the files referred to by those web site emails can be retrieved by you from our anonymous FTP site, ftp.pmel.noaa.gov. Login as user anonymous, password guest, and cd to /ctd/woce. Let me know if you have any questions and when you've transferred the data successfully. And would like the following done to the data:replace erroneous data with these correct data, see May 2, 2001 email from Danie Bartolacci
Expocodes in sum and bottle files were modified to fit proper format. Exchange code was run on bottle file and csv file was created. Website contains a link to the file in exchange format.
It has been brought to our attention that the ctd files for this cruise have misslabled SALINITY columns. Salinity is actually another temperature measurement. As per email from Michele Rienecker. PMEL has also been informed my M. Rienecker to send a corrected version of the data. Until this arrives, I have edited the index page to reflect this problem.
I downloaded the PR15 CTD data file from cruise 33KMGP497-1 (pr15.lst) from the whpo.ucsd.edu Web site. There seems to be a problem with the salinity in that file since it varies between 4 (deep) and 29 (surface), looking too much like the temperature profile!
Added SUM, BOT (some errors), CTD, and DOC to website. Data are public.
This is to request that all PR15 and PR16 data submitted to date be made public.
I've transferred CTD data and documentation files to the WHPO ftp site, whpo.ucsd.edu, subdirectory /INCOMING. They are data collected from 1995-1999 along 165E, WOCE repeat section PR15. The data are from 1 cruise on the NOAA ship Discoverer in 1995, and 4 cruises on the NOAA ship Ka'imimoana. I have included .SUM and .SEA file for only the PR15 stations during these cruises. Please note that the depths listed in the .SUM file have been corrected using the Carter's Tables. The .DOC files are our internal documentation.