Hydrographic Cruise: 49RY9407_1

Date Start/End:
1994-07-07/1994-08-25
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Ship:
RYOFU MARU
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JP
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Dataset

Files in the Dataset are the data for this cruise. They are updated when new data are submitted or as needed.

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Data History

  • New text and pdf docs online Lauren Coartney

    Date: 2002-07-11
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    New text and PDF docs online.
    					
  • Data submitted and merged, new CSV file online Dave Muus

    Date: 2002-03-06
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Tritium, Helium and DelHe3, received from Bob Newton, LDEO, Mar 5, 2002, 17:13 EST, merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file.
    
    Notes on P09  merging     Mar 6, 2002  D.Muus
    
    1. Merged HELIUM, DELHE3, TRITUM and error values from: Bob Newton comma-separated-value attachment to March 5, 2002,(17:13 EST) message.
    into bottle file (20011127WHPOSIOSA)
    
    2. This replaces web file (20020220WHPOSIODM) which had some missing data.
    
    3. Made new exchange file for Bottle data.
    
    4. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • Data submitted and merged, new CSV file added Dave Muus

    Date: 2002-03-06
    Data Type: DELHE3
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Tritium, Helium and DelHe3, received from Bob Newton, LDEO, Mar 5, 2002, 17:13 EST, merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file.
    
    Notes on P09  merging     Mar 6, 2002  D.Muus
    
    1. Merged HELIUM, DELHE3, TRITUM and error values from: Bob Newton comma-separated-value attachment to March 5, 2002,(17:13 EST) message.
    into bottle file (20011127WHPOSIOSA)
    
    2. This replaces web file (20020220WHPOSIODM) which had some missing data.
    
    3. Made new exchange file for Bottle data.
    
    4. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • New BTL file and CSV file online Dave Muus

    Date: 2002-03-06
    Data Type: DELHE3
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    tritum, helium, delhe3, triter, helier, delher
    
    Tritium, Helium and DelHe3, received from Bob Newton, LDEO, Feb 19, 2002, merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file.
    
    Notes on P09  merging     Feb 20, 2002  D.Muus
    
    1. Merged HELIUM, DELHE3, TRITUM and error values from:
    Bob Newton comma-separated-value attachment to February 19, 2002, message (with corrected flags) into bottle file from web (20011127WHPOSIOSA)
    
    2. HELIUM and DELHE3 replaced data merged Nov. 27, 2001.                  
    
    3. NEON data left unchanged.                                             
     
    4. TRITUM data are new.
    
    5. New data file has values for following samples not in current bottle file, so not used:
    Station Cast Sample
    		  2      3    18
    		  2      3    19
    		17      3    17
    	  29      3     1
    	  52      3     5
    	  52      3    15
    
    6. New data file has quality code "2"s with missing value indicators -999 on two HELIUM samples:
    Sta  Ca  Smp   
     57   3   12 
     97   3   23
       Changed quality codes to "5"s.
    
    7. Web bottle file had quality codes "1" for Sta-104 Ca-2 Smp-20 HELIUM and DELHE3 with missing value indicators for data. This sample not in new data file.  Changed quality codes to "9".
    
    8. Still some quality code "1"s e.g. DELC14 for:
    Station 103 Cast 2 
               105         1
    Left as is for now. Assume will change when C-14 problems described by M Ishii and Bob Key are resolved. (Data History: Nov 27, 2001)
    
    9. Made new exchange file for Bottle data.
    
    10. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • Mismatched cast and station data submitted Bob Newton

    Date: 2002-02-21
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Steve Diggs wrote:
    I've taken a cursory look at your data, and it looks pretty easy to merge with what we have.  I'll get together with Dave Muus later in the week and we'll take a much closer look at the numbers.
    
    One thing though.  You have values for casts and stations that we don't have any information for.  Any idea how that happened?  No big deal, just thought I'd ask.
    
     Station 2 Cast 3 Sample 18
    	       2      3        19
    	      17      3        17
    	      29      3         1
    	      52      3         5
    	      52      3        15
    
    Bob Newton wrote on 2/21:
    Each of those 6 records turns out to be a valid measurement. They were mis-identified in our database as a result of typos when the samples were brought into the lab.  I've tracked back the measurements; and recalculated the various quantities (some of which require getting the associated tritium and helium values matched to each other).  I'm sending you the corrected records in two small (6-record) spreadsheets.  The spreadsheets should be identical, except that one is in MS Excel format .xls, and the other is comma-delimited, .csv.
    
    You should:
    Ignore/delete the eronneous records that you have discovered. Overwrite the various missing data from the records I'm sending you, with the data in the attached spreadsheets.
    					
  • New BTL file and CSV file online Dave Muus

    Date: 2002-02-20
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    tritum, helium, delhe3, triter, helier, delher
    
    Tritium, Helium and DelHe3, received from Bob Newton, LDEO, Feb 19, 2002, merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file.
    
    Notes on P09  merging     Feb 20, 2002  D.Muus
    
    1. Merged HELIUM, DELHE3, TRITUM and error values from:
    Bob Newton comma-separated-value attachment to February 19, 2002, message (with corrected flags) into bottle file from web (20011127WHPOSIOSA)
    
    2. HELIUM and DELHE3 replaced data merged Nov. 27, 2001.                  
    
    3. NEON data left unchanged.                                             
     
    4. TRITUM data are new.
    
    5. New data file has values for following samples not in current bottle file, so not used:
    Station Cast Sample
    		  2      3    18
    		  2      3    19
    		17      3    17
    	  29      3     1
    	  52      3     5
    	  52      3    15
    
    6. New data file has quality code "2"s with missing value indicators -999 on two HELIUM samples:
    Sta  Ca  Smp   
     57   3   12 
     97   3   23
       Changed quality codes to "5"s.
    
    7. Web bottle file had quality codes "1" for Sta-104 Ca-2 Smp-20 HELIUM and DELHE3 with missing value indicators for data. This sample not in new data file.  Changed quality codes to "9".
    
    8. Still some quality code "1"s e.g. DELC14 for:
    Station 103 Cast 2 
               105         1
    Left as is for now. Assume will change when C-14 problems described by M Ishii and Bob Key are resolved. (Data History: Nov 27, 2001)
    
    9. Made new exchange file for Bottle data.
    
    10. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • New BTL and CSV file online Dave Muus

    Date: 2002-02-20
    Data Type: DELHE3
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    tritum, helium, delhe3, triter, helier, delher
    
    Tritium, Helium and DelHe3, received from Bob Newton, LDEO, Feb 19, 2002, merged into bottle file and put on line together with new exchange file.
    
    Notes on P09  merging     Feb 20, 2002  D.Muus
    
    1. Merged HELIUM, DELHE3, TRITUM and error values from:
    Bob Newton comma-separated-value attachment to February 19, 2002, message (with corrected flags) into bottle file from web (20011127WHPOSIOSA)
    
    2. HELIUM and DELHE3 replaced data merged Nov. 27, 2001.                  
    
    3. NEON data left unchanged.                                             
     
    4. TRITUM data are new.
    
    5. New data file has values for following samples not in current bottle file, so not used:
    Station Cast Sample
    		  2      3    18
    		  2      3    19
    		17      3    17
    	  29      3     1
    	  52      3     5
    	  52      3    15
    
    6. New data file has quality code "2"s with missing value indicators -999 on two HELIUM samples:
    Sta  Ca  Smp   
     57   3   12 
     97   3   23
       Changed quality codes to "5"s.
    
    7. Web bottle file had quality codes "1" for Sta-104 Ca-2 Smp-20 HELIUM and DELHE3 with missing value indicators for data. This sample not in new data file.  Changed quality codes to "9".
    
    8. Still some quality code "1"s e.g. DELC14 for:
    Station 103 Cast 2 
               105         1
    Left as is for now. Assume will change when C-14 problems described by M Ishii and Bob Key are resolved. (Data History: Nov 27, 2001)
    
    9. Made new exchange file for Bottle data.
    
    10. Checked new bottle file with Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • He/Tr data submitted Bob Newton

    Date: 2002-02-18
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    Attached is a comma-separated-value worksheet with the P9 tritium and helium data from the LDEA Env. Tracers Lab. In a few moments, I will send a second copy, in .xls (Microsoft excel worksheet) format, just in case. There are some "extra" fields that are not part of the WOCE official dataset.  Dave and Steve: you probably just want to delete:
    
    % Bottle ID  (this is an internal tracking number I'm using)
    
    He4ccSTP and He4er_ccSTP - in the lab we don't use NMOL/KG.
    I've converted the values, and they are in the standard WOCE units in a neighboring column.  But, just in case, I've left the unconverted values.
    
    Age y - this is the tritium-helium age.  Its not a WOCE variable, but as long as we calculated it, I thought Lynne might find it useful.
    
    
    Subject: Re: P09 tritium and Helium merging
    
    Thanks Dave!
    
    Each of those 6 records turns out to be a valid measurement. They were mis-identified in our database as a result of typos when the samples were brought into the lab.  I've tracked back the measurements; and recalculated the various quantities (some of which require getting the associated tritium and helium values matched to each other).  I'm sending you the corrected records in two small (6-record) spreadsheets.  The spreadsheets should be identical, except that one is in MS Excel format .xls, and the other is comma-delimited, .csv.
    
    You should:
    
    Ignore/delete the eronneous records that you have discovered. Overwrite the various missing data from the records I'm sending you, with the data in the attached spreadsheets.
    					
  • Exchange file online Karla Uribe

    Date: 2002-01-22
    Data Type: CTD
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CTD was converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
    					
  • See Note: Lynne Talley

    Date: 2002-01-02
    Data Type: TR/DELHE3/DELHE4
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    The file:  p09_trhedata_LT_2.tab - 43946 bytes has been saved as:  20020102.150426_NEWTON_P09_p09_trhedata_LT_2.tab in the directory:  20020102.150426_NEWTON_P09
    
    The data disposition is:   Public
    
    The bottle file has the following parameters:  TRITUM, DELHE3 ,DELHE4
    
    The file format is: Plain Text (ASCII)
    
    The archive type is: NONE - Individual†File
    
    The data type(s) is: Bottle Data (hyd)
    
    The file contains these water sample identifiers:
    Cast Number (CASTNO)
    Station Number (STATNO)
    Bottle Number (BTLNBR)
    
    NEWTON, BOB would like the following action(s) taken on the data:  Merge Data
    
    Any additional notes are: L. Talley received this data from Bob Newton and is submitting it via this form.
    
    Notes from Newton on the format and information: Hi Lynne, Attached are two versions of the data file.  The data should be identical, the differences are that: The .xls file is an excel worksheet, and has color-coding for duplicates (light blue), good dups (green) and questionable data (red).  The .tab file is tab-separated ascii data, with no color coding. Both files have a "dup" flag (2 = duplicates, 1 = not); and questionable data flags (0 = good, 1 = questionable) for tritium and helium. We didn't flag the helium 3 and 4 separately. Bad he-4 will always have some (albeit typically small) affect on the del-he-3 values. Note that in looking over the plots, Peter and I found 3 or 4 more questionable points, so please delete the excel file I sent you previously. (No loss in data, just better flagging.) In a separate e-mail I will send you the plots we've got of several variables, in jpeg format.  Probably the most interesting one is where we overlay density anomaly contours on the tritium data. We're still rather at a loss to explain the "blobs" of tritium; ... maybe the answers lie on P10? I'm using matlab to look at these things. If you folks do as well, I can perhaps save you a little time by sending the ascii file I work from (with bad data commented out; good dups averaged, distances calculated...) and the load script. Let me know if you want that.
    					
  • Updated BTL file online Sarilee Anderson

    Date: 2001-12-07
    Data Type: BTL/Delhe3/He/Ne
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Merged June 2000 DELHE3, HELIUM, and NEON into bottle file and placed new WOCE format file on web.
    Dec. 6, 2001
    
    Notes on P09 merging of DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, and NEONER.
    
    
    Merged DELHE3, DELHER, HELIUM, HELIER, NEON, and NEONER into
    .sea file for P09 from web (20010913WHPOSIODM).  
    
    This data was found in: 
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p09/original/2000.06.07_
    P9_HE_NE_DELHE3/P9HeNe.SEA
    
    Have put the new file with merged data in:
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p09/original/2001.12.06_HE3_NE_DELHE3_MERGE_P09_SA  
    
    Put the new .sea file with merged data online.
    
    Sarilee Anderson
    					
  • Dicrepancy in C14 analysis, see note: Masao Ishii

    Date: 2001-11-27
    Data Type: C14
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Please note that majority of the C14 analyses for P09 were made at the AMS facility of  Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, but AMS C14 analyses for St.26(27.5N, 135E) and St.41(20N, 135E) were made at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Data from these two facilities seem to show discrepancy (see attached .pdf file). Therefore we made an intercomparison experiment among the IGNS, U.Groningen and NOSMAS using a common samples. Unfortunately, the results were not conclusive, but data from IGNS looks more stable than those from U.Groningen, and usually data from IGNS and NOSMAS showed fair agreements.  I will send its reports to you separately by air mail.
    
    Bob Key wrote:
    
    The plot showed that the different laboratories had a significant offset. From what I recall, the data at WHP does not totally include this data, but the uncertainties in the reported values are about twice the WOCE spec (8 rather than 4). Most of the P9-sta 26 values look low to me, but if we allow for 2 sigma, the following stand out in deep water (relative to P10 (see attached color ps file for samples with Z>1000dB). There are probably others. I also attached a deep water section plot with my software and the smoothing knob turned up significantly higher than normal (ps....1.ps).
    
    sta-cast-bottle
    21-2-4
    21-2-14
    26-2-14
    26-2-15
    41-2-2
    51-2-7
    61-2-4
    70-2-2
    93-2-24
    
    When Masao returns from his cruise, we hope to attack this (and hopefully other Japanese) data set in a more sophisticated manner than used thus far.
    					
  • Cruise documentation updated Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-11-16
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Doc Update
    Note:
    Documentation for this cruise was updated.
    					
  • pdf version online Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-11-15
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    PDF version of documentation has been put online.
    					
  • Jerry Kappa

    Date: 2001-11-09
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: ASCII Version Made
  • New btl file w/ updated cfcs now online Dave Muus

    Date: 2001-09-18
    Data Type: CFCs
    Action: Website Updated:
  • New CSV file w/ updated cfc's now online Dave Muus

    Date: 2001-09-18
    Data Type: BTL/DOC/CFC
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Created directory in p09/orignal for new files and moved new file to p09 directory. New bottle and exchange files are now on line
    					
  • Data Online Dave Muus

    Date: 2001-09-14
    Data Type: CFCs
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    Notes on P09 CFC merging Sept 14, 2001.     D. Muus
    1. New CFC-11 and CFC-12 from:
    /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p09/original/20010907_P09_CFC_UPDT_WISEGARVER/20010907.121249_WISEGARVER_P09/20010907.121249_WISEGARVER_P09_CFC_DQE.dat
    
    merged into SEA file received from web, Sept 7, 2001 (19980914WHPOSIOSA)
    
    No SEA file QUALT2 words so added QUALT2 identical to QUALT1 prior to merging.
    
    .SEA file name changed from p09hy.txt to p09_hy.txt.
    .SUM file name p09su.txt and text left unchanged.
    
    2. Exchange file checked using Java Ocean Atlas.
    					
  • precision outside original WOCE standards, meets 'relaxed' standards David Wisegarver

    Date: 2001-07-03
    Data Type: CFCs
    Action: DQE Complete
    Note:
    After reviewing the CFC data as part of the WOCE DQE process, we had several questions about the data on P09.  Afterwards, I received notification that there were errors in the hydro file for stations 15, 33, 66 and 73, that were to be corrected and re-submitted to the WOCE office.
    
    I did not receive any files and went to the WOCE website to look for the new data.  The documentation indicated that the file had been updated in April of this year, but the file downloaded on 26 June 2001 was indentical to the file downloaded in July, 2000.
    
    Given the lack of the final corrected data set during the DQE process, CFC QUALT1 flags of '2' (good) have been given  QUALT2 flags of '3' (questionable) for stations 15, 33 and 73 (there were no CFC's at station 66). Since the QUALT1 flags for CFC-12 were either 3 or 4, it was not possible to check CFC ratios.  For this reason, I have placed the P09 data in the category of meeting the 'relaxed' standard (3% or 0.015 pmol/kg). We will forward our QUALT2 DQE flag recommendationd to the WHP office.  We will not alter any of the original CFC data or flags sent by your group to the WOCE office.
    					
  • Exchange file online Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-06-22
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Note:
    CTD and Bottle files in exchange format have been put online.
    					
  • Dave Muus

    Date: 2001-06-22
    Data Type: HELIUM
    Action: Submitted/not on web
    Note:
    Helium received June 7, 2000: /usr/export/html-public/data/onetime/pacific/p09/original/ 2000.06.07_P9_DOC_SEA/P9HeNe.SEA/P9HeNe.SEA and made public by P Schlosser Feb 26, 2001, are not yet on web bottle file.  (19980914WHPOSIOSA)
    					
  • Errors corrected; see note: Yasushi Takatsuki

    Date: 2001-04-09
    Data Type: CFCs/NUTs/C14/CO2
    Action: DQE Issues Resolved
    Note:
    The Bottle File has the following parameters: 
    OXYGEN,SILCAT,NITRAT,NITRIT,PHSPHT,CFC-11,CFC-12,DELC14,TCARBN
    
    The Bottle File contains: CastNumber StationNumber BottleNumber SampleNumber TAKATSUKI, YASUSHI would like the data PUBLIC. And would like the following done to the data:  correct errors in CFCs (Stn.15,33,66,73) and Nutrients /Total Carbon /C-14 (Stn.66)
    					
  • See Note: Ikuo Kaneko

    Date: 2001-03-29
    Data Type: CFCs/NUTs/C14/CO2
    Action: Update Needed
    Note:
    Through DQE of P9-CFCs, we found considerable amount of errors in CFCs sampling layers at Stas.15, 33, 66, 73.  These errors were occurred when CFCs data were merged with the other property data.
    
    For the second cast at Sta. 66, three sampling bottles and layers of oxygen, nutrients, radio-carbon and total carbon were wrong.  Oxygen value drawn from bottle 5 should be re-calculated because density used for the conversion from umol/l to umol/kg is changed.
    
    Mr. Takatsuki(yasushit@jamstec.go.jp) is now reconstructing new data set of water sampling.  He will send it to WHPO/SIO via FTP, as soon sa possible.
    					
  • minor corrections may be needed post-intercal. effort Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2001-02-26
    Data Type: HELIUM/DELHE3
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    following up on bill jenkins's message, i would like to ask you to make public all ldeo woce tritium/he data that have been submitted to you.  because the tritium/he community has not yet finished the final calibration of the data, i might have to apply minor corrections to these data once the intercal. effort has been completed.  our acce work was funded over a 5-year period that ended in 2000.  consequently, this data set is further behind in quality control before submission, but i expect that we will get these data ready soon.
    
    SR3 was never funded in a 'regular' fashion, but i used noaa corc funds to keep the measurements of this sample set moving. i expect to finish the analyses this summer and submit them in fall.
    					
  • final calibration not yet done Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2001-02-16
    Data Type: HELIUM/DELHE3
    Action: Data NonPublic
    Note:
    thanks for your message. the reason that the he data are classified non-public is probably due to the fact that the final calibration has not yet been carried out. if there is a way to make them public with the note of caution that a small correction might be applied later, we should move the data into the public domain. we probably wanted to look at a 'funny' feature of elevated tritium concentrations that seem to fall along a certain isopycnal. we will transmit the tritium data within a short time (I would like to have another look at this feature and correlate it with some other properties).
    					
  • txt version online Linda Huynh

    Date: 2001-01-08
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Website Updated:
  • Jerry Kappa

    Date: 2001-01-05
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: ASCII Version Made
  • found in 'sum file' directory Karla Uribe

    Date: 2000-12-11
    Data Type: Cruise Report
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    2000.12.11 KJU
    File contained here is a CRUISE SUMMARY and NOT sumfile. Documentation is online.
    
    2000.10.11 KJU
    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 sum files.
    Received 1997 August 15th.
    					
  • Schlosser responsible for all He/Tr Lynne Talley

    Date: 2000-09-29
    Data Type: He/Tr
    Action: Data Update:
    Note:
    there will be one data set submitted from L-DEO. It covers the shallow water column for tritium and He and the deep water column for He only. - P. Schlosser
    					
  • See Note: Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2000-09-26
    Data Type: TRITUM
    Action: No Data Submitted
    Note:
    Tritium data will be submitted later (after intercalibration).
     
    We hold tritium data for a subset of our He lines only.
     
    WHP lines with tritium:
    S4P> S4I (East)> I8S> I9S> P9
    					
  • Salinity, Oxygen, Nuts, CFCs, C-14, CTD Masaro Saiki

    Date: 2000-08-04
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    I am pleased to inform you that the PIs and participants of the one-time and repeat cruises conducted by the Japan Meteorological Agency's vessels agreed to change most of the data status to public.  The only exception is the He/Tr of P09 and He/Tr, C-14 of P24.  
    
    In this respect, a list of the cruises which we wish to change the status from non-public to public follows for confirmation.
    
    P09 Salinity, Oxygen, Nutrients, CFCs, C-14 and CTD
    					
  • also submitted: NEON Peter Schlosser

    Date: 2000-06-07
    Data Type: HELIUM/DELHE3
    Action: Submitted
    Note:
    2000.10.27 KJU
    
    Files P9HeNe.DOC*  P9HeNe.SEA* were moved from ftp-incoming.2000.10.23/
    Files were received June 7, 2000.
    No further information was found. 
    
    EXPOCODE:	49RY9407_1/2
    
    1. Column:	STNNBR
    2. Column:	CAST
    3. Column:	BOTTLE
    4. Column:	DELHE3 [%]
    5. Column:	ERR. DELHE3 [%]
    6. Column:	FLAG DELHE3 [%]
    7. Column:	HELIUM [NMOL/KG]
    8. Column:	ERR. HELIUM [NMOL/KG]
    9. Column:	FLAG HELIUM
    10. Column:	NEON [NMOL/KG]
    11. Column:	ERR. NEON [NMOL/KG]
    12. Column:	FLAG NEON
    					
  • P09 Changed to indicate WHPO has data. Danie Bartolacci

    Date: 2000-04-19
    Data Type: DELC14
    Action: Website Updated:
  • See note: Robert Key

    Date: 2000-04-14
    Data Type: DELC14
    Action: Data are Public
    Note:
    As of 3/2000 the 2 year clock expired on the last of the Pacific Ocean C14 data (P10).  All Pacific Ocean WOCE C-14 data should be made public. 
    					
  • New data files received Linda Huynh

    Date: 1999-12-06
    Data Type: CTD/BTL/SUM
    Action: Data Update:
  • George Anderson

    Date: 1999-05-10
    Data Type: NUTs/S/O
    Action: DQE Report Submitted
  • also Salnty, O2, NUTs George Anderson

    Date: 1998-10-30
    Data Type: NUTs/S/O
    Action: DQE nearly complete
  • SUM, S/O, NUTs, CFCs Lynne Talley

    Date: 1998-09-15
    Data Type: SUM/BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
  • Michio Aoyama

    Date: 1996-03-29
    Data Type: CTD/S/O
    Action: DQE Report Submitted