Hydrographic Cruise: 492SSY9310_1

Date Start/End:
1993-10-14/1993-11-27
Chief Scientists:
Ship:
SHOYO
Country:
JP
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  • (CCHDO) 492SSY9310_2

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p02e_1_hy1.csv 287.6 kB 2013-07-24

Data History

  • File Submission Carolina Berys

    p02e_1_hy1.csv (download) #bacae
    Date: 2013-07-24
    Current Status: unprocessed
    Notes
    Leg 1 bottle file
    

  • Available under 'Files as received' CCHDO Staff

    Date: 2013-07-24
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Update
    Note:
    The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO.
    
    p02e_1_hy1.csv
    					
  • no data received from Japan Alexander Kozyr

    Date: 2004-12-17
    Data Type: CO2
    Action: DQE Begun
    Note:
    I did not receive the carbon-related data from Japan for this cruise. I copied the data files from CCHDO and intend to do QA-QC on these numbers. If I find anything wrong I will contact carbon PI and CCHDO.
    					
  • QUALT1 flags corrected, stn 156 Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2004-02-02
    Data Type: CTDSAL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Made changes to QUALT1 flags for sta. 156 line p02e2 re Lynne Talley's email. Put corrected file online, made new exchange file.
    					
  • Data Reformatted/OnLine Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2004-02-02
    Data Type: PHSPHT/NO3/O2
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Made changes to QUALT1 flags for stas. 61 and 78, line p02e1 re Lynne Talley's email. Put corrected file online, made new exhcange file.
    					
  • flags need to be corrected Lynne Talley

    Date: 2004-01-31
    Data Type: PHSPHT/NO3/O2
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    some flagging questions for p02e1hy.txt.
    1. The phosphates and nitrates for bottles 20,21, 22 on stations 21 are really
    bad (phosphates are completely unphysical).  The phosphate flag at bottle 22 is
    6, but is 3 on the other bottles.  Shouldn't it just be 4 on all bottles? 
    Or at least consistent?
    
    2. Oxygen at bottle 21 on station 78 is a bad outlier. It should at a minimum
    be flagged as 3 (should really be a 4).
    					
  • flags need to be corrected, stn 156 Lynne Talley

    Date: 2004-01-31
    Data Type: CTDSAL
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    I think some quality flags need to be changed on these lines (stn 156)
    in p02e2hy.txt:
    
    The CTDSAL values here are -9.0000 so shouldn't the quality flags be 9
    instead of 4? 
    					
  • New PDF and text docs online Lauren Coartney

    Date: 2003-04-02
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    New PDF and text docs online.
    					
  • Station 119: SALNTY & Surface Temp flags changed to 4 Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2002-04-16
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    Replaced p02e2ct.zip with file from Lynne Talley. Station 119 had bad salinity and temperature at the surface, she changed flags to 4.
    					
  • See Note: Lynne Talley

    Date: 2002-04-12
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Hi Masao - just checking on some things on the p2 CTD data - I think some flags need to be changed.  This shouldn't replace real data quality control, but I'm not sure that it will ever be done here.  So I'd like to go ahead and flag things as bad if necessary. 
    
    P02E: station 119 has a very high surface salinity and low temperature. These look suspicious - density is much too high compared with next point underneath.  Most stations have -9 values at this surface point.  Should the flags here be changed to 4 for both temperature and salinity?  Or the data values replaced with -9?
    EXPOCODE 492SSY9310_2   WHP-ID P2E   DATE 111693
    19990414LDTWHPOSIO
    STNNBR 119    CASTNO  1   NO.RECORDS= 2489     2
    INSTRUMENT NO. S/N1194   SAMPLING RATE 25.00HZ 3
      CTDPRS  CTDTMP  CTDSAL CTDOXY   NUMBER  QUALT1
        DBAR  ITS-90  PSS-78 UMOL/KG    OBS.       *
     ******* ******* ******* *******               *
         0.0 20.8356 36.0708    -9.0      -9    2225
         2.0 22.2238 35.3254    -9.0      -9    2225
         4.0 22.2201 35.3243    -9.0      -9    2225
         6.0 22.2220 35.3240    -9.0      -9    2225
         8.0 22.2151 35.3241    -9.0      -9    2225
        10.0 22.2202 35.3243    -9.0      -9    2225
        12.0 22.2186 35.3173    -9.0      -9    2225
        14.0 22.2193 35.3232    -9.0      -9    2225
        16.0 22.2208 35.3228    -9.0      -9    2225
    					
  • pdf, txt versions online Rachel Tibbetts

    Date: 2002-01-24
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Final text and pdf docs online
    					
  • Exchange file online Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2002-01-02
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CTD files updated and slight refomatting was performed for conversion to Exchange format. P02e CTD zip archives now exclude stations from p02c. New ZIP archives of WOCE CTD and Exchange CTD formatted files are now on the website.
    					
  • Files reformatted and online, see note: Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2001-12-06
    Data Type: CTD/BTL/SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    I have put all of the new P02e files on-line (with nutrients).  I have attached Sarilee's reformatting note (kinda long).  Sarilee also reformatted the SUM file and put it out n the website as well.
    
    thanks,
    -sd
    ---->
    Merged the nutrients into the .sea files for P02E.
    
    The nutrient file had two sta. 35.  When I compared the pressures of the second sta. 35 in the nutrient file with the pressures for sta. 36 in the .sea it was obvious that the station designation in the nutrient file should have been 36.
    
    Ditto above only for sta. 105.  Should have been 106 in the nutrient file.
    
    There were numerous levels throughout the file that had 0 as the sample and/or bottle number.  These levels had no data and were not in the .sea file and were not merged into the .sea file.
    
    Stas. 36 and 37 had at 5501.1 and 5500.5 respectively a value of 972.51 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  The QUALT1 flag was 9 for each of them.  These are impossible values for these parameters so I changed the values to -9.00.
    
    Sta. 40 at 1000.0db had 99 for QUALT1 flags but a value of 113.91 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  Changed PHSPHT value to -9.00, SILCAT value is reasonable.  Changed QUALT1 flags to 39.
    
    List of stations where QUALT1 flags were not consistent with the data.  I changed them so they agree with the data.
    
    NOTE - most of the QUALT1 flags in the nutrient file were 3, so I used 3 when changing Q1 codes, except in one case where the data were obviously bad.
    
    Leg 1
    
    Sta.	Press.	Orig. Q1 	New Q1
     46	 797.7	   993	       933
     53	1748.5	  399	       393
     54	 698.1	   399	       393
     60	  50.9	    993	       933
     66	 999.2	   399	       393
     72	1000.1	  399	       393
     75	2250.8	  999	       939
     81	 399.5	   999	       939
     81	5001.4	  999	       939
     82	3000.9	  999	       939
     83	2999.7	  399	       393
     84	2500.8	  999	       939
     85	1999.5	  999	       939
     85	2497.6	  999	       939
     86	2501.2	  999	       939
     89	2499.5	  999	       939
     90	1499.5	  949	       449
     91	2500.6	  999	       939
     95	2250.3	  999	       939
     94	2248.5	  999	       939
     96	1999.5	  999	       939
     96	2249.8	  399	       393
     96	3999.2	  999	       939
    
    Leg 2
    Sta.	Press.	Orig. Q1	New Q1
     99	 799.0	  999	      939
    101	  48.2	  999	      939
    102	4497.2	999	      939
    103	2495.3	999	      939
    105	5000.3	999	      939
    106	 100.8	 399	      393
    106	 900.5	 999	      939
    106	4500.0	999	      939
    107	2000.8	999	      939
    107	2498.2	999	      939
    107	2999.8	999	      939
    107	4000.0	999	      939
    111	1498.2	999	      939
    112	5000.7	999	      939
    114	6001.3	999	      939
    115	2501.8	999	      939
    117	 601.7	 399        393
    117	 998.2	 399	      393
    119	2001.3	999	      939
    119	4001.6	999	      939
    120	2499.4	999	      939
    122	2250.0	999	      939
    123	4000.9	999	      939
    126	2497.8	999	      939
    126	3998.5	999	      939
    127	4501.6	999	      939
    128	  48.6	  999	      939
    128	4001.8	999	      939
    129	3501.4	999	      939
    130	1999.8	999	      939
    130	2248.2	999	      939
    130	3997.8	999	      939
    132	3998.9	999	      939
    133	2247.8	999	      939
    133	2503.2	999	      939
    133	4504.6	999	      939
    134	3998.5	999	      939
    135	3496.9	999	      939
    135	3500.1	999	      939
    136	3499.7	999	      939
    138	4000.6	999	      939
    139	4000.4	999	      939
    140	4001.1	999	      939
    141	4000.0	999	      939
    142	2250.2	999	      939
    143	3999.6	999	      939
    144	3999.6	999	      939
    145	 499.1	 999	      939
    145	3999.4	999	      939
    145	4003.2	999	      939
    146	2449.9	999	      939
    146	3499.4	999	      939
    150	3001.2	999        939
    153	3498.0	999	      939
    158	3498.9	999	      939
    159	3498.9	999	      939
    162	 203.4	 399	      393
    163	 400.3 	999	      939
    163	 704.9 	999	      939
    
    13 April 2001  Sarilee Anderson
    					
  • Exchange file online Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2001-12-03
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    BOTTLE  converted to exchange format and placed files online. 
    CTD still non-public?
    					
  • new P02e files on-line, SUM file reformatted Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2001-07-17
    Data Type: BTL/SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    SUM, Bottle: (silcat, no2 no3, phspht)
    I have put all of the new P02e files on-line (with nutrients) at Lynne Talley's request. I have also attached Sarilee's reformatting note (kinda long). Sarilee also reformatted the SUM file and I have put it out on the website as well.
    					
  • Data Online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2001-04-20
    Data Type: NUTs/SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    I have merged the nutrients into the .sea file for P02E leg 1 and 2.  The files are on whpo in sarilee/FTP/S_ANDERSON/P02E.  I reformatted the .sum file while I was at it.  There is a notes file explaining, I hope, what I did:
    
    Merged the nutrients into the .sea files for P02E.   
    
    The nutrient file had two sta. 35.  When I compared the pressures of the second sta. 35 in the nutrient file with the pressures for sta. 36 in the .sea it was obvious that the station designation in the nutrient file should have been 36.
    
    Ditto above only for sta. 105.  Should have been 106 in the nutrient file.
    
    There were numerous levels throughout the file that had 0 as the sample and/or bottle number.  These levels had no data and were not in the .sea file and were not merged into the .sea file.
    
    Stas. 36 and 37 had at 5501.1 and 5500.5 respectively a value of 972.51 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  The QUALT1 flag was 9 for each of them.  These are impossible values for these parameters so I changed the values to -9.00.
    
    Sta. 40 at 1000.0db had 99 for QUALT1 flags but a value of 113.91 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  Changed PHSPHT value to -9.00, SILCAT value is reasonable.  Changed QUALT1 flags to 39.
    
    List of stations where QUALT1 flags were not consistent with the data.  I changed them so they agree with the data.
    
    NOTE - most of the QUALT1 flags in the nutrient file were 3, so I used 3 when changing Q1 codes, except in one case where the data were obviously bad.
    
    Leg 1
    
    Sta.	Press.	Orig. Q1 	New Q1    
     46	 797.7	993	933 
     53	1748.5	399	393
     54	 698.1	399	393
     60	  50.9	993	933
     66	 999.2	399	393 
     72	1000.1	399	393 
     75	2250.8	999	939 
     81	 399.5	999	939 
     81	5001.4	999	939 
     82	3000.9	999	939 
     83	2999.7	399	393 
     84	2500.8	999	939
     85	1999.5	999	939 
     85	2497.6	999	939 
     86	2501.2	999	939 
     89	2499.5	999	939 
     90	1499.5	949	449 
     91	2500.6	999	939
     95	2250.3	999	939
     94	2248.5	999	939
     96	1999.5	999	939 
     96	2249.8	399	393 
     96	3999.2	999	939
    
    Leg 2
    Sta.	Press.	Orig. Q1	New Q1 
     99	 799.0	999	939 
    101	  48.2	999	939 
    102	4497.2	999	939 
    103	2495.3	999	939 
    105	5000.3	999	939 
    106	 100.8	399	393
    106	 900.5	999	939 
    106	4500.0	999	939 
    107	2000.8	999	939 
    107	2498.2	999	939 
    107	2999.8	999	939 
    107	4000.0	999	939 
    111	1498.2	999	939 
    112	5000.7	999	939 
    114	6001.3	999	939 
    115	2501.8	999	939 
    117	 601.7	399	393 
    117	 998.2	399	393 
    119	2001.3	999	939 
    119	4001.6	999	939 
    120	2499.4	999	939 
    122	2250.0	999	939 
    123	4000.9	999	939 
    126	2497.8	999	939 
    126	3998.5	999	939 
    127	4501.6	999	939 
    128	  48.6	999	939 
    128	4001.8	999	939 
    129	3501.4	999	939 
    130	1999.8	999	939 
    130	2248.2	999	939 
    130	3997.8	999	939 
    132	3998.9	999	939 
    133	2247.8	999	939 
    133	2503.2	999	939 
    133	4504.6	999	939 
    134	3998.5	999	939 
    135	3496.9	999	939 
    135	3500.1	999	939 
    136	3499.7	999	939 
    138	4000.6	999	939 
    139	4000.4	999	939 
    140	4001.1	999	939 
    141	4000.0	999	939 
    142	2250.2	999	939 
    143	3999.6	999	939 
    144	3999.6	999	939 
    145	 499.1	999	939 
    145	3999.4	999	939 
    145	4003.2	999	939 
    146	2449.9	999	939 
    146	3499.4	999	939 
    150	3001.2	999	939 
    153	3498.0	999	939 
    158	3498.9	999	939 
    159	3498.9	999	939 
    162	 203.4	399	393 
    163	 400.3	999	939 
    163	 704.9	999	939 
    					
  • Data Online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2001-04-20
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    I have merged the nutrients into the .sea file for P02E leg 1 and 2. The files are on whpo in sarilee/FTP/S_ANDERSON/P02E.  I reformatted the .sum file while I was at it.  There is a notes file explaining, I hope, what I did.
    					
  • Data merged into online btl file, see note: Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2001-04-13
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged the nutrients into the .sea files for P02E.   
    
    The nutrient file had two sta. 35.  When I compared the pressures of the second sta. 35 in the nutrient file with the pressures for sta. 36 in the .sea it was obvious that the station designation in the nutrient file should have been 36.
    
    Ditto above only for sta. 105.  Should have been 106 in the nutrient file.
    
    There were numerous levels throughout the file that had 0 as the sample and/or bottle number.  These levels had no data and were not in the .sea file and were not merged into the .sea file.
    
    Stas. 36 and 37 had at 5501.1 and 5500.5 respectively a value of 972.51 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  The QUALT1 flag was 9 for each of them.  These are impossible values for these
    parameters so I changed the values to -9.00.
    
    Sta. 40 at 1000.0db had 99 for QUALT1 flags but a value of 113.91 for SILCAT and 9.73 for PHSPHT.  Changed PHSPHT value to -9.00, SILCAT value is reasonable.  Changed QUALT1 flags
    to 39.
    
    List of stations where QUALT1 flags were not consistent with the data.  I changed them so they agree with the data.
    
    NOTE - most of the QUALT1 flags in the nutrient file were 3, so I used 3 when changing Q1 codes, except in one case where the data were obviously bad.
    
    					
  • Yutaka Michida

    Date: 2001-04-04
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    Today I heard that Dr. Saito, the PI for nutrient data of P2, sent an email to someone concerned in SIO (Lynne Talley? ) to make the data public.    I hope things go well in this regard.
    					
  • Hideaki Saito

    Date: 2001-04-03
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    I heard from Yoritaka-san that P2E nutrient data have not yet public, then I would agree with these data will be public.
    					
  • Files Unencrypted except NUTs; See note: Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 2001-04-03
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    I have unencrypted the bottle file for both legs of this cruise, however the nutrients still reside in the original directory and are not yet merged into the bottle file.
    
    Sarilee, Could you possibly merge these nutrients into the on-line bottle file? They're in the 'original' directory for P02E.
    					
  • database updated as requested, see note: Hiroyuki Yoritaka

    Date: 2001-03-09
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    I would like to consent to open Bottle_S/O2 and CTD data on P2E and P2W to the public as PI.  Then, would you please change some information on the summarized table of WHP one time cruises on web as follows;
    
    P02E;
    CS: Bando/JODC -> Bando/(HD)MSA
    Ship: SYOYO -> SHOYO
    					
  • silcat, no2 no3, phspht Stephen C. Diggs

    Date: 2001-02-21
    Data Type: NUTs
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    I received P02C/E nutrients as well from Saito, and just reformatted them and placed them in the original directories for each line.  I'll have Stacy merge them in.
    					
  • NUTs sent to WHOI, CFCs not collected Masao Fukasawa

    Date: 2000-10-02
    Data Type: NUTs/CFCs
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    As for P2C and E, nutrients data were collected and Dr. Saito, who is the PI, reported me that data was submitted to WHOI. PI of CFCs is Dr. Watanabe although CFC data were note collected on neither P2C nor P2E.
    					
  • Yutaka Michida

    Date: 2000-09-19
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    With regard to the hydrographic data collected by Japanese groups, I found that the present status of availability of the data for P02E and P02W appeared as 'NP' in the listings of WHPO web site. I believe they should be ready to be made public.   Have you had any contact to or from Mr Yoritaka, the present contact person for both lines? I will be pleased to ask him to confirm that the data are to be public, if necessary.
    					
  • see note: Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 1999-04-15
    Data Type: SUM
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    I've replaced all of the p02.sum files (p02w, p02e, p02c) and updated the table to reflect this.  In the case of p02c and p02e the sum file changes  (via Lynne)were correcting the occurrances of the old line number designation with the new line number designation, and (by me)replacing the slashes in the expocode to underscores.  (See Lynne's emails below)
    
    In the case of p02w the .sum file changes made (by Lynne) were converting decimal degrees into degrees and minutes in the lats and lons; the time was converted to GMT; station no. now has place holding zeros; cast type was changed from CTD to ROS; and height above bottom, wire out, and no. of bottles columns were also added.  This conversion has shifted columns, however I ran sumchk on it with no errors.  Slashes in the expocode were also replaced by underscores.
    
    I have also replaced the corrupted P2E119.WCT file with Lynne's updated version, and updated the table to reflect this.  The table was also corrected to reflect the *bottle* data file being encrypted, NOT the .sum file (previously the table indicated the .sum file was Non-public and the bottle file was public).
    					
  • see note: Lynne Talley

    Date: 1999-04-14
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    station 119 on p2e was corrupted.  It was sent in a 1 dbar series, unlike all of the other stations.  I decimated it to 2 dbar, changed the number of records in the header to match the 2 dbar series, and ftped it to the whpo site.  
    					
  • see note: Lynne Talley

    Date: 1999-04-13
    Data Type: SUM
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    Steve - I placed corrected versions of p02csu.txt and p02esu.txt in my ftp area at whpo.  Please replace the online versions with these (and acknowledge).  (What did I change - replaced P02C in the P02E file with P02E,  replaced P02W in the P02C file with P02C).  Lynne
    					
  • Masao Fukasawa/Tokai Univ. needs help processing C14 data Bertrand J. Thompson

    Date: 1998-10-19
    Data Type: DELC14
    Action: No Data Submitted
  • quality flags added; formatting updated Lynne Talley

    Date: 1998-08-30
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Data Update: