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I've changed the cruise start date on the PDF and text cruise reports to Feb. 20 1996 as suggested below. "I have been using the 2/1 data (see recent distributions from me), but the evidence indicates that the 2/20 makes more sense. This would indicate that the first page of the pdf is incorrect and my records/names are incorrect." - Bob Key
Cruise start date changed from 1996.FEB.01 to 1996.FEB.20 as per email exchange between Carsten Schirnick and Bob Key: Am 12.08.2014 um 16:37 schrieb Robert Key <email@example.com>: > Hi Carsten, > > Yes, I think that is the best procedure. Steven has completed the Indian so it shouldn?t influence his work. > So, to summarize: > > PUname old expocode corrected code > "i6sbsv? 35MF19960201 -> 35MF19960220 > > I will alter my filenames to match. Then, the only place where the 0201 still exists in the first page of the final cruise report at CCHDO. Given that the first station is only a few miles from the sailing port of Durbin, it is a bit surprising that someone didn?t catch this earlier. The last station was near Antarctica on Mar 22 so the end date of 3/31 shown on the first page of the report is probably OK. > bob > > > > On Aug 11, 2014, at 11:01 AM, Carsten Schirnick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Hi Bob, > > it is apparently a good idea to change the expocode (back?) to 35MF19960220 > All of the plot files I have checked randomly in various crossovers do indeed include "35MF19960220" as expocode label in the plot. Hence I assume that I can silently proceed and revert to 35MF19960220 as expocode for this cruise. > > Best regards, > > Carsten
========================== 35MF103_1 processing - BTL ========================== 2014-07-15 R Lee .. contents:: :depth: 2 Submission ========== ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== filename submitted by date data type id ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== 35MF19960220.exc.csv Robert M. Key 2014-01-20 O18 1126 ==================== ============= ========== ========= ==== Parameters ---------- 35MF19960220.exc.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - CTDPRS - CTDTMP - SALNTY _ - OXYGEN _ - SILCAT _ - NITRAT _ - PHSPHT _ - CFC-11 _ - CFC-12 _ - TCARBN _ - ALKALI _ - TRITUM _ - TRITER - HELIUM _ - DELHE3 _ - DELC13 _ - DELO18 _ _ - DELHER - THETA _ ..  parameter has quality flag column ..  not in WOCE bottle file Process ======= Changes ------- - Changed ALKALI reasonable data points flag 1 and 0 to flag 2 - per email from Alex Kozyr 20140805^M - Changed ALKALI empty data values flag 1 to flag 9 - per email from Alex Kozyr 20140805^M - Changed SALNTY data values from flag 9 to flag 2 - per email from Bob Key 20140806 35MF19960220.exc.csv ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Conversion ---------- ======================= ==================== ======================== file converted from software ======================= ==================== ======================== 35MF19960220_nc_hyd.zip 35MF19960220_hy1.csv hydro 0.8.0-169-gfbc1a28 ======================= ==================== ======================== All converted files opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Directories =========== :working directory: /data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/original/2014.08.06_BTL_RJL :cruise directory: /data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb Updated Files Manifest ====================== ======================= ================= file stamp ======================= ================= 35MF19960220_nc_hyd.zip 20140805SIOCCHRJL 35MF19960220_hy1.csv 20140806SIOCCHRJL ======================= =================
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. 35MF19960220.exc.csv
Deep O18 values for station 82 had value of 9 and flag of 2 rather than values/flag of -999/9. fixed
Expocode: 35MF19960220 Ship: None Woce Line: None Note: Second French woce era occupation of I06S Deep O18 values for station 82 had value of 9 and flag of 2 rather than values/flag of -999/9. fixed
Second French woce era occupation of I06S Deep O18 values for station 82 had value of 9 and flag of 2 rather than values/flag of -999/9. fixed
At last here are the tritium data for the two I06S cruises (1993 and 1996).
I just finished QC of tco2 and alk for I6S_B. Once CDIAC has checked, Alex will forward the "official" flags.
June 1, 2005 i06sbhy.txt and i06sbsu.txt .sum Changed the BE latitude for sta. 29 from 30 to 40 to fit with the other positions for that station. I checked the original file and it had 40. .hyd Sta. 48, cast 2, bottle 20 had values of 0.000 for cfc-11 and cfc-12. The values were obviously incorrect, so I changed them to -9.000 and the Qflags to 9 (re Lynne Talley). Put corrected files online and made new exchange file. Could not make new netcdf file and it is not obvious to me what the problem is.
I made this correction (requested by L. Talley) in the .sum file: there is an error in the sum file for I6SB, in station 68. The latitude should be 56, not 59. this will put it back in order. (sum file http://whpo.ucsd.edu/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/i06sbsu.txt BE line for station 68: latitude differs from BO and EN, and is out of order compared with stations 67 and 69. Therefore suspect a typo.)
- Added new DOC report, Leg 2 - Updated these data processing notes.
New sumfile provided by P.I. is now on-line. Made some format and data corrections as described in notes file. Corrections provided by P.I. made to bottle file. CTD data for Stations 49 through 96 were added to WOCE ctd zip file. New Exchange files on-line. Notes on I06Sb changes: 1. SUMMARY file from /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/original/2002.05.14_I06SB_POISSON/Summmary CIVA2 (13-5-02).txt was changed to woce format. (Original file had double tabs as field separators, missing leading zeros in date and time, and had some missing decimal points and "O"s for "0"s in positions.) Changed latitude on sta32 cast 2 from 49 deg to 40 deg and sta 33 cast 1 EN from 49 deg to 41 deg to match adjacent casts and 19990406 sumfile now on web. Station 95 Cast 1 BE longitude changed from 29 degto 24 deg to match BO and EN longitudes for same cast. Changed WOCE SECT from I06S to I06SB. Sumchk on new file ok. 2. A new bottle file was received from A. Poisson at the same time as the SUMMARY file with corrections suggested by WHPOSIO notes file of March 15, 2001, but the new bottle file has columns left justified instead of right justified and the bottle quality flag is out of place. The corrections given in Alan Poisson's message of May 14, 2002, were made to the web bottle file (20010314WHPOSIODM). WHP-ID changed from I6 to I06SB. Other quality flag errors may still exist. 3. CTD Stations 1 through 96 from: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/original/2000.11.06_08_CIVA2_CTD_BOTTLE_POISSON/i0-6.ctd were compressed for the CTD file. WHP-ID changed from I06S to I06SB, blanks in date were replaced by zeros, and NR. OF RECORDS were corrected. Temperature units were "DEG C" vs ITS-68 or ITS-90; changed to "DEG_C". Former CTD zipped file on web contained Stations 1 - 48 only with old sumfile used for exchange file. 4. New exchange bottle and ctd files made. 5. New files checked with Java Ocean Atlas.
Was able to de-code (and decompress) the newer (year 2000) version of the CTD files. These files are currently located in the following directory: <website>/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/original/2000.11.06_08_CIVA2_CTD_BOTTLE_POISSON/i0-6.ctd As it turns out, they were "stuffit" files (mac), and decompressed fine on my OSX box., even though they were mislabeled with the "*.Z" xtension (usually reserved for UN*X compress files). I also changed the expocode (changing slash to underscore) and corrected the WOCE line ID (from I6 to I06SB).
The attached file is the I06S(b 1996) data set with new TCARBN and TALK flags. I also fixed the problems in many cases throughout the file when flag "4" was assigned to missing data. I agreed with Bob's flags for TCARBN and TALK, although the TALK data are very noisy I have added just one more questionable flag "3" to TALK at 70-1-13 where TALK is obviously hi vs pre. The rest of flags are as to Bob's last message. TCARBN 8-1-22 bit lo vs P mark 3 14-2-24 bit lo vs sig2, sif=3 no3f=4, mark 3 18-2-9 lo vs aou, bad bottle, mark 4 20-2-11 hi vs aou, lo vs sig3 mark 3 26-2-3 bit lo vs sig3, cfc11f=cfc12f=3, mark 3 32-1-10 lo vs P mark 3 42-1-18 lo vs P mark 3 42-2-14 lo vs aou mark 3 44-3-11 lo vs sig2 mark 3 48-2-2 lo vs sig2 mark 3 56-1-17 lo vs P, sif,po4f=3,no3f=4, mark 3 56-1-19 lo vs P mark 3 64-2-5 lo vs P mark 3 69-2-23 vlo vs aou, sig2 mark 4 74-1-22 lo vs P mark 3 74-1-24 lo vs P mark 3 74-2-3 lo vs P, sif=3, mark 3 74-2-7 lo vs P, sif=3, mark 3 76-1-13 lo vs P, sif=po4f=4, mark 3 76-2-5 lo vs P mark 3 78-2-11 lo vs P mark 3 82-1-18 bit lo vs P mark 3 82-2-1 lo vs P mark 3 83-2-4 vlo vs P mark 4 84-1-2 lo vs P mark 3 84-2-12 bit lo vs aou mark 3 87-2-5 lo vs P, po4f=4, mark 3 90-1-14 vlo vs P mark 4 91-1-7 lo vs P mark 3 92-1-1 lo vs P mark 3 93-1-7 lo vs P mark 3 TAlk 14-1-3 bit hi vs P, no3f=4,sif=3 mark 3 14-1-15 hi vs P,no3f=4 sif=3, mark 3 18-2-9 lo vs aou, bad bottle, mark 4 18-1-12 bit lo vs P,sif=3 mark 3 24-1-7 bit hi vs P, cfc11f=cfc12f=3 mark 3 24-2-19 lo vs sig2, no3f=po4f=3, mark 3 28-1-14 bit hi vs P, sif=4 mark 3 30-2-13 hi vs P,sig2 mark 3 34-2-1 lo vs P,no3f=sif=3 mark 3 44-3-10 hi vs sig2 mark 3 44-3-21 hi vs sig2 mark 3 46-2-18 hi vs sig2mark 3 62-1-5 hi vs P, sif=4 mark 3 69-2-23 vlo vs P mark 4 70-1-13 hi vs pre mark 3 72-2-5 hi vs P, sig2 mark 3 76-2-13 hi vs sig2 mark 3 78-2-4 hi vs P mark 3 82-2-1 lo vs P mark 3 83-2-4 vlo vs P, tco2f=4, mark 4 84-1-11 hi vs P mark 3 84-1-15 hi vs P mark 3 86-2-4 vhi vs P mark 4 86-2-6 hi vs P mark 3 88-1-14 hi vs P, no3f=po4f=4, mark 3 90-1-14 hi vs P, tco2f=4, mark 3 95-1-10 bit hi vs P mark 3 I missed a few more flags that should be changed from 4 to 9 at: 46-2-7 two flags 61-1-13 one flag
More flags to change from 4 to 9 in the attached i06sbhy.txt file in previous message for: 46-2-7 tree flags for nutrients are 4 but need 9s 69 (not 61) - 1 - 13 one flag for phsft has to be changed from 4 to 9, and 58-2-18 flag for nitrate has to be changed from 4 to 9.
I submitted a QC'ed version of the C14 from I06S_A (35MFCIVA_1), but I was not the PI (M. Arnold of CFR/CEA/CNRS was PI). The version of the data I QC'ed and submitted came from Viviane Leboucher on 2/10/99 who published these results (Leboucher, et al., 1999, Radiocarbon, 41(1), 51-73.)
created .ps files. created .*check.txt file.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
Bottle: (helium, delhe3, qualt1, qualt2) Helium data merged into bottle file March 2001. Delayed putting on web because of quality code problems. (See 3/15/01 entry for Notes with details and examples of still unresolved quality code problems)
CTD exchange files were put online.
Helium data merged into bottle file March 2001. Delayed putting on web because of quality code problems. Notes on I06Sb helium data merging March 15 2001. Received helium data from Steve Diggs in November 2000 in following format: (First six lines only) EXPOCODE 35MF103_1 WHP-ID I06S CRUISE DATES 022096 - 032296 199900728WHPOSIOSCD STNNBR CASTNO BTLNBR CTDPRS DELHE3 HELIUM QUALT1 DBAR % NMOL/KG ******* ******* 8 2 18 96.0 -1.72 1.6800 21 8 2 13 198.9 -0.82 1.7000 21 Received corrected SEA file March 13, 2001 from /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/original/2001.03.07_I06SB_BOTTLE_POISSON/I06S_Niskin_CIVA_2_20010309.txt 1. Since QUALT1 for DELHE3 are all "2"s, the QUALT1 for HELIUM were all changed from "1"s to "2"s. All entries in the file appear to have reasonable HELIUM values. 2. The new SEA file still has numerous QUALT1 inconsistencies. For example: a) Station 2 Btl #s 9 thru 1 Silicate has "-9.00" for data and Quality Code 4. Numerous other places in this data set have same problem. b) Station 6 Cast 2 Btl #15 Nitrate and Phosphate have apparently good data but Quality Code "0"s. Station 90 Cast 1 Btl #11 & #8 thru #1 have apparently good Alkalinity but Quality Code "0"s. c) Stations 90 and 91 have some bottles Quality Coded "5" but with data reported. Bottle oxygens are coded "3" but other values including some Station 90 freons are coded "2". d) Station 91 Cast 1 Btl #s 21 & 16 nutrients have -9.00 values and Quality Code "1"s. 3. a) The SEA file has the following Stations & Casts not found in the SUMMARY (19990406WHPOSIOSA) file: Station Cast 44 3 62 3 b) The SUMMARY file has the following Stations & Casts labeled CAST TYPE "ROS" but with no data in SEA file: Station Cast Station Cast Station Cast Station Cast 999 1 998 1 3 1 5 1 6 5 7 1 8 4 8 5 9 1 12 1 13 1 15 1 17 1 19 1 21 1 23 1 25 1 27 1 29 1 31 1 33 1 35 1 37 1 39 4 39 5 39 1 41 1 43 1 45 1 47 1 49 1 51 1 53 1 55 1 57 1 59 5 59 1 60 4 60 5 61 1 62 5 63 1 65 1 67 1 71 1 73 1 75 1 77 1 78 5 79 1 81 1 82 5 84 5 85 5 89 1 4. Changed missing data values for DELHE3 from -9.00 to -999.00. D. Muus March 15, 2001
The final bottle data that was in Excel format from Poisson is in and has the corrected flags. It's all set to have the radiotracers merged in. I finally finished getting the CIVA2 (I06-1996) Bottle data reformatted into (near) WOCE. It's in the following directory: ../indian/i06/i06sb /original/2001.03.07_I06SB_BOTTLE_POISSON in the file called: I06S_Niskin_ CIVA_2_20010309.txt
It is not always "2" which has to be put for the bottle number flag. Forget the first sentence of my message. The table is (should be !) OK. I hope you are able to read the table; if not, let me know.
The Number bottle was not included in the flag column; thus the only thing to do is to add a "2" leading each line of this column (eg: to add 2*E+14 to each number of the column). Attached is a corrected table.
Bottle data for this cruise is pending because of bad flags. Request for new data was made. CTDs online are not the most recent version, they need to be added.
We have been looking at the bottle data for I06S (1996) and there seem to be some problems with the quality code flags. For instance, CTDOXY (CTD Oxygen) has a value of -9.0 on a particular line, but the QC flag is 2 (good). Another example is CTDSAL on the same line actually has a value, but the QC flag indicates that there is no value. Both of these and many other values may be found in the first few lines of the file. The question is whether or not it would be possible to track these QC flag errors down and get another, corrected file. Please let me know.
Bottle data for this cruise is pending because of bad flags. Request for new data was made. CTDs online are not the most recent version, they need to be added.
I06S EXPOCODE 35MF103_1 CTD Stations 49-96 plus 998 & 999. 1. Changed comma separated value files received from Steve Diggs November 15, 2000, to WOCE format CTD files. CIVA2_0491.csv to i06sb0049.wct CIVA2_0501.csv to i06sb0050.wct etc. etc. CIVA2_0951.csv to i06sb0095.wct CIVA2_0961.csv to i06sb0096.wct CIVA2_9981.csv to i06sb0998.wct CIVA2_9991.csv to i06sb0999.wct 2. Plotted all files and ran wctcvt. No apparent errors. 3. Sarilee Anderson has already reformatted Stations 1 - 48. The two sets of reformatted CTD files should be put into zipped file for posting to the web. Dave Muus November 21, 2000
I am happy that you are able to read the files. Yes, all the CIVA 2 CTD data and also the CIVA 2 bottle data are public.
Please find attached the data of water samples collected during the cruise CIVA 2 in 1996; the format is Excel, not compressed. I hope the file is not too long. If you have any trouble, let me know. If you have trouble to read the CTD files I sent to you previuosly, I can send them not compressed, under excel format.
I would very much appreciate your help with the data and information from the WOCE Hydrographic Program "I06" section on the MARION DUFRESNE, Feb 20 - Mar 22, 1996, which we at the WHP Office call by the EXPOCODE 35MF103_1. At the WHP Office we can find only the ".sum" file [covering stations 999, 998, and 1-96], the CTD data for stations 1-48 only, and helium data for the helium stations. We have no CTD data for stations 49-96, and we have no bottle salinity, oxygen, nutrient, or CFC data for any of the stations. We have double-checked the CD-ROM you sent us some time ago and it contains only the ".sum" and CTD data mentioned above from the 1996 cruise. We have double-checked our email and we can find no correspondence about the missing data.
Dear Steven Rutz, To date, I have not received any additional data for 35MF103_1. I decided to place the helium data online as a placeholder for the rest of the bottle data. Perhaps, Dr. Poisson can shed some light on this matter for you (and me). thanks, -Steve Diggs Dear Alain Poisson and Stephen Diggs, I've been asked about the status of the data from cruise I06SB (WOCE expocode 35MF103_1; also known as CIVA 2). I've searched for the data from this cruise on the WOCE Global Data CD-ROMs (ver. 2.0) and at the WHPO web pages (see addresses below). I've found only 48 CTD stations of an apparent 98 stations and I've found only He for the bottle data. Do more data exist? (I'm not sure what the asterisks mean on the data availability page.) And, if they do exist, are they now available to the public? Please help. Thank you, Steven Rutz National Oceanographic Data Center email@example.com 301-713-3272 ext. 110 http://whpo.ucsd.edu/data/tables/onetime/1tim_ind.htm#I06 http://whpo.ucsd.edu/data/onetime/indian/i06/i06sb/index.htm
The quality of the Ba data from most WOCE legs in the Indian Ocean turned out to be quite poor; far worse than attainable analytical precision (+/-20% as opposed to 2%). We recorded many vials which came back with loose caps and evaporation associated with that seems to be the primary problem. The only hope I have of producing a decent data set is to run both Ba and a conservative element simultaneously and then relating that to the original salinity of the sample. We will be taking delivery on a high resolution ICPMS here at OSU sometime this winter which would make the project analytically feasible and economical. I do not presently have the funds in hand to do this and so have archived the samples for the time being. I don't think the WHPO would derive any benefit from the present data set. KKF
There were minor formatting errors in I06S(B) 1996 version (35MF103_1). I corrected the misaligned columns today.
There is an additional version of I06S now out on the website. CTD files were obtained from Poisson last September, and Jean-Baptiste gave use the crude bottle data (Helium only). Data are PUBLIC. I should stress here that there is *only* Helium data in the bottle data file. All tables and associated files have been updated/corrected.
The I6 (helium) data are from the 1996 cruise (CIVA-2 cruise). The CIVA-1 helium samples were bad due to sampling problems (the clamps on the copper tubes were not properly closed and most samples suffered partial reequilibration with the atmosphere...).
I received the I06S (1996 version) which is complete from Alain Poisson today on CDROM. This CDROM also contains all of the CTD data for I06-1993, so we can get Sailee/Dave Muus to correct the truncated stations from the aborted I06S effort.
Station 25 on I06S has columns out of order (temperature and salinity switched etc etc). Can you please regrid all properties for I06S, leaving out station 25? It's too much trouble for me to correct the data set right now. PLEASE keep this email in your comments for I06S which would be forwarded to a DQE or given to Dave Muus or Sarilee to fix before the data set is sent to a DQE. The data set should definitely be fixed before it is released to anyone else. The problem is in station 25 cast 1, where the columns are in a different order from all other casts on the section.
Notes on i06 reformatting. Files i06_sum.txt and i06_hyd.txt were reformatted to conform with what is, at this time, the WHP formats. This consisted mostly of adding spaces and shifting data. The following are other discrepancies that were found. Some that were obvious were "corrected" others were left as is for someone else to determine what should be done. i06_sum.txt: record 136 longitude input as 29 60.0 - changed to 30 00.0 record 420 max. pressure input as 288?2 - changed to 288.2 records 516, 517, and 518 all had the date as 31393 - changed to 031393 i06_hyd.txt: SAMPNO - these are strange numbers 10, 20 30,40,1750,2000, as if they were desired depths (pressure) for sample. Doesn't cause a problem, just strange. There are even some that have F-20 as a sample no, these are usually the deepest sample(s). Station 12, cast 1 and cast 4 - these casts do not have CTDPRS, CTDTMP, CTDSAL, CTDOXY, THETA, SILCAT, NITRAT or PHSPHT. But they do have SALNY, OXYGEN, CFC-11, CFC-12, and TCARBN. WOCECVT will not convert them because there are no pressures (depths) Station 25, records 720 to 731, sample 325 bottle 12 to sample 1600 bottle 1. data screwed up. THETA, SALNY, OXYGEN, and SILCAT columns do not have the correct values. QUALT1 flags not much help in determining what the problem might be. Values aren't even close to what they should be. Some values might be in the wrong columns, but that does not account for everything. Station 28, record 811 (last record in file) is incomplete. The .hyd file stops at sta. 28, but the .sum file indicates there should be 52 stations. In the following stations the cast number in the .sum file does not agree with the cast number in the .hyd file. Station #s cast #s in .sum cast #s in .hyd 2 1 and 3 1 and 2 3 1 and 3 1 and 2 7 1 and 3 1 and 2 9 1 and 3 1 and 2 11 1 and 3 1 and 2 15 1 and 3 1 and 2 17 1 and 3 1 and 2 19 1 and 3 1 and 2 21 1 and 3 1 and 2 23 1 and 3 1 and 2 25 1 and 3 1 and 2 27 1 and 3 1 and 2 I'm guessing the .hyd is correct and the .sum is incorrect. But I did not change either of them.