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As long as we're dealing with these two cruises, could you (A. Kozyr) please contact M. Gonzalez-Davila and get scale and temperature for the pH data contained in these 2 cruise files. Odds are it's SWS@25C, but I could find no documentation. If you can't reach M. Gonzalez-Davila, then Anton Velo might be able to provide the information from this second QC work. We all need to edit our head names (and probably add the temperature column).
CITHER 3_1: start sailing 1995/01/13 end sailing 1995/02/16 http://www.ifremer.fr/sismer/UK/catal/campagne/resumea.htql?cbase=NAVI11&crno=95010011
I have put 3 data files in WHPO ftp INCOMING area. These files are the final CO2-related data and quality flags for WOCE sections A14 (L'ATALANTE 35A3CITHER3/1), A13 (L'ATALANTE 35A3CITHER3/2), and SR03/S04 (P12, 09AR9404_1).
editor's note: As with this cruise, CITHER 1 and CITHER 2 cruise reports were published in 3-4 volume sets. Volume 1, CITHER 1 covers En route Measurements, ADCP and PEGASUS. VOLUME 1. CITHER 2 covers En route Measurements, ADCP, Meteorological Parameters and Bathymetry. These subjects are missing from the CITHER 3 report and would, presumably, have been covered in a Volume 1.
Merged TCO2, Alkalinity and pH into web file. New woce format and exchange files on-line. Notes on A14 merging Feb 7, 2002 D.Muus 1. Merged TCARBN, ALKALI and PH from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/atlantic/a13/original/2002.01.31._A13-A14_CO2_A-KOZYR/a14co2.txt into A14 bottle file from web (20020123WHPOSIOSA) [a14/original linked to a13/original] 2. Used QUALT1 codes for QUALT2. 3. Made new exchange file for Bottle data. 4. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
The newly created Exchange file for this cruise has been linked to the website. Index page has been edited to reflect the Q1 flag correction and A. Kozyr has been notified that these files are now available.
Created exchange file for a14 bottle data. File is in ...atlantic/a14 and needs to be linked to the web page.
As noted by Alex Kozyr the QUALT1 flags were not correct. Went back to the original data file ...a13/original/FROM_FRANCE and reformatted putting the QUALT1 flags with their correct, I hope, parameters.
That numbers for CO2 parameters you have in the A13/A14 files are not from CDIAC. These are the raw data may be from CS. I received the final Co2 data from 3 differens PI just late last year right before my cruise. During the cruise I had chance to work on the co2 data and they are now in a good shape and waiting the hydrographic data with right quality flags. As soon as I get the correct hydro data I will merge the co2 data into the file and will send you the final file. If you look at the data files for both A13 and A14 sections on your web area you will see that even without CO2 parameters all flags do not correspond with the values.
New English pdf and text files online.
CTD Exchange files re-made with new version (v1.0f) of make_exctd.pl. Corrects lat/lon problem. All files checked with JOA3.0, and placed on website.
I hope it's possible to get an extension on my DQE contract. The current funds didn't arrive until late June 2001. I've finished or nearly finished checking over & writing up 3 of the 5 datasets we talked about QCing- (A13 (submitted) , A14, & A23). Cruise A17 is 2 legs with 235 stations & will take more time. Between X-mas holidays & a vacation in mid-Jan., I probably can not finish A17 until sometime in late Feb. 2002. Are there any more datasets to be QCed? I may have a little time available for DQEing one more cruise with money remaining.
The following information was submitted by S. Diggs for A13 and is already in the data base, but also covers A14 Alex Kozyr alerted me to the problem with the flags for the Carbon params and I couldn't come to any clear resolution about their origins. He thinks that perhaps they came came from Parilla, but not for sure. In any case, we're remerging the CFCs with the original bottle file and re-checking the flags carefully. Then, this file goes off to Alex to aid in the analysis of the TCARBN (and cousins). Once we get Alex's data back, we'll have a new file.
Exchange file for bottle data produced and placed online.
CTD exchange files were put online.
Michel Arhan reminds me (in an email which I will forward separately) that we are overdue in making these data public on our web site. I presume we will make it so.
All params for CTD have been decrypted and made public on the website
All params have been decrypted and made public on our website.
A few days ago, I received this message from B. Klein, who apparently could not read the A13+14 data on the WHPO CD rom, version 2. I have not checked myself, but this is surprising, as I wrote you last spring that they could be made available in version 2 (mail exchange of May 12th). Being public on the CD rom, they can naturally also be made available on the WHPO webb site. I would be grateful if you could check that these data are now public at the WHPO.
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.
I would like that the CFC data of the A13 and A14 (as well as the A17, which, from what I have been told, are still not available !!) cruises were entirely open to any user interested.
This message is about the inclusion of the A13 and A14 data (CTD and BTL) in the WOCE Version 2.0 CD-ROM, for which you recently contacted H. Mercier (A14) and myself (A13). Our intention was to release these data in a few months (next September). We therefore agree to have them included in the CD-ROM, as this will probably not be distributed before the end of the summer. Can we ask you, however, to keep the status of the data as non public on the WHPO server in the mean time? We thank you for sending us confirmation that this is possible.
WHPO now has PDF versions of DOC files.
Moved A13-q2._hy2 from /usr/export/ftp-incoming.2000.14.02/ Data was received on August 11, 1999. Time stamp in file is 19980630SA. Same date is on the online data. No relevant email was found.
I am about to put the A14.HY2 file in your INCOMING area. Attached to this email is a WORD97 document with notes and a list of all the data we flagged.
The CTD files are there and I have verified that the He/Tr (and Neon) are actually in the file. They are encrypted/Non-Public and all tables and files have been updated.