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JAMSTEC LADCP data from: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/iorgc/ocorp/data/p01_p14rev_2007/index.html
A new section regarding C14 data, provided by Bob Key on 2014-07-11, has been added to the online TXT report, along with expanded Data Processing Notes.
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. 49NZ20071008.exc.csv
Expocode: 49NZ20071008 Ship: Mirai Woce Line: P14N Note: Data downloaded from http://www.jamstec.go.jp/iorgc/ocorp/data/p01_p14rev_2007/index.html during July 2014. Reformatted, header added, empty columns removed.
I just added updated PDF & text versions of the cruise reports for lines p01 49NZ20070724 p14 49NZ20071008 p14 49NZ20071122 to the co2clivar/pacific/p01/ and co2clivar/pacific/p14/ directories They are already online, as they replaced docs with the same names that were previously on our website. The old docs were re-named and moved to the "original" directories
p14_49NZ20071008_hy1.csv datestamp 20100830CCHDOSIOCBG The following actions were taken: File merged with PH headers submitted by Alex Kozyr on 2009-04-24 with merge_exchange_bot.rb (J.Fields) submission file 20090424_08_38_Alexander_Kozyr/P14_2007_Leg1_hy1.csv parameters merged: PH_TEMP, PH_TOT, PH_FLAG_W The following units were changed: PH_TMP from 'ITS-90' to 'DEG C' DEPTH from '' to 'METERS' C14ERR from '' to '/MILLE' C13ERR from '' to '/MILLE' SBE from '' to 'ITS-90' SILUNC from '' to 'UMOL/KG' NRAUNC from '' to 'UMOL/KG' NRIUNC from '' to 'UMOL/KG' PHPUNC from '' to 'UMOL/KG' File opened in JOA, no errors found NOTE: WOCE and NetCDF files do not have updated PH headers working directory: original/2010.08.24_P142007_1_PH_header_CBG/
WOCE-formatted bottle files have been zipped together and are temporarily residing in the Queue directory. This should be regarded as temporary, since the queue is for unprocessed updates, which these are not. However, our system can not handle two of any formatted files getting linked to the cruise pages. Jim Swift has made the decision to assign each leg/line of the individual cruises their own expocode and split them apart, with each line referencing the other for these two p14 cruises. Until this is done, the WOCE-formatted files will need to reside in the queue directory.
WOCE Bottle: Because this cruise contained the two lines P01 and P14N, which both had overlapping station numbers, two separate bottle files were retained and each reformatted individually. The following edits were applied to both files. original files named: 49MR0706_1_P01_sea.txt, 49MR0706_1_P14N_sea.txt Edited EXPOCODE from 49MR0706_1 to 49NZ20071008 for both line numbers Added name/date stamp Edited PH to PH_TOT as per the documentation file Edited SIG0 units from KG/CUM to KG/M^3 Edited CS-137 and PLUTO parameters' units from BQ/CUM to BQ/M^3 Formatted WOCE files are named: p01_49NZ20071008hy.txt and p14n_49NZ20071008hy.txt EXCHANGE Bottle: original file named: 49MR0706_1_hy1.csv Edited SECT to SECT_ID Edited PH to PH_TOT (as per doc file) Edited units of KG and MBQ /CUM to /M^3 removed units UTC (from TIME) removed units DEG (from Lat and Lon) removed units M (from DEPTH) Edited EXOCODE from 49MR0706_1 to 49NZ20071008 added name/date stamp copy_bottle_data.rb was used to place all the parameters in the accepted exchange parameter order. File was renamed p14_49NZ20071008_hy1.csv SUMFILE: original file named: 49MR0706_1_sum.txt edited EXOCODE from 49MR0706_1 to 49NZ20071008 added name/date stamp ran sumchk with no errors. renamed file p14_49NZ20071008su.txt WOCE CTD FILES: original zip file named: 49MR0706_1_wct.zip Edited EXPOCODE from 49MR0706_1 to 49NZ20071008 Edited FLUOR units from MG/CUM to MG/M^3 Zipped all files into p14_49NZ20071008ct.zip EXCHANGE CTD FILES: original zip file named: 49MR0706_1_ct1.zip Edited EXPOCODE from 49MR0706_1 to 49NZ2007108 Edited FLUOR units from MG/CUM to MG/M^3 zipped all files into p14_49NZ20071008_ct1.zip created netcdf bottle and exchange files with no apparent errors. bottle file: p14_49NZ20071008_nc_hyd.zip CTD zip file: p14_49NZ20071008_nc_ctd.zip Checked exchange files in JOA. Placed data online. Updated data history.
The CTD oxygen data were updated after the data book was published by Kawano et al. (2009). In the data book, data from two oxygen optode sensors (Oxygen Optode 3830; Aanderaa Data Instruments AS, Bergen, Norway, and RINKO; JFE Alec Co. Ltd., Kobe, Japan) were combined and used because data quality of the SBE 43 oxygen sensor was relatively bad (Kawano et al., 2009) for the cruise MR07-04. Data from the two oxygen optode sensors were combined because the Optode 3830 had a slow time response without pressure hysteresis and the RINKO had a fast time response with pressure hysteresis. The time-dependent, pressure-induced effect (pressure hysteresis) on the sensing foil of the RINKO was similarly observed in the SBE 43 data. Recently, a correction method of the pressure hysteresis was developed for the SBE 43 (Sea-Bird Electronics, 2009), and the correction method was successfully applied to the RINKO (Murata, 2009). Therefore, the RINKO data were reprocessed, calibrated, and used as the CTD oxygen data for the cruises MR07-04 and MR07-06.
Name: Alexander Kozyr Institute: CDIAC/ORNL Country: USA Expo: 49NZ20071008 (49MR0706_1) Line: P14_2007 Leg 1 Date: 2007-10-08 Action: Place Online Notes: Here is the corrected P14_2007 Leg 1 hy1 file. I changed PH column to PH_TOT, added PH_TMP column and changed EXPOCODE to 49NZ20071008. I would suggest to organize this cruise on as P14_2007 Leg 1 and P14_2007 Leg 2 in CCHDO web site. For now you have P14N and P14C wich is not completely correct, as a half of P14C consists of data from P14N. And 1/3 of the data in P14N file are from P01 line.