Hydrographic Cruise: 49TU9501_1

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Data History

  • Interested in all PR data Xu Chongjin

    Date: 2002-02-07
    Data Type: CTD/BTL/SUM
    Action: Data Request
    My colleagues and I all have interests in the WOCE Pacific Repeat Sections, such as: PR18 (PN in Japan), PR19 (IS in Japan), PR20, PR21 and  PR17 (part of data encripted through PGP), Japan and Taiwan (as a part of China) contributed a lot to the sections mentioned above . As I know, Japan Meteorological Agency began to conduct on the PN (PR18) Section measurement early in 1954. Since that time, the measurement of PN sention has never been stopped. The time series is quite long (almost 40 years). Therefore, the data of PN section is very precious for the long time series°Ã˜research work indeed, especially for the study of Korushio Watermass and its adjacent water area.  Have you got any plan for  adding more data  of PR 18, PR 19, PR 20, PR21, PR 23, PR 24, PR17, PR 02, PR 03, PR 04 (PN, IS, TK, KD etc. In Japan) sections to your 3rd and final set of WOCE CDs? If °∞yes°Â±, all the users of the world will benefit from you effort and should show our respects to the relative oceanographers from both Japan and Taiwan.
  • CSV File Added, file reformatted Karla Uribe

    Date: 2001-08-08
    Data Type: BTL
    Action: Website Updated:
    Bottle file was reformatted. -9 were added to blank spaces and column alignment was modified. Bottle file has been converted to exchange format and put online.
  • Data added to website Heidi Buck

    Date: 2000-08-29
    Data Type: CTD/BTL/SUM
    Action: Website Updated:
    Added SUM, DOC and BOT to website. Data are public. SUM is missing lat/lon. BOT has errors.
  • Masaro Saiki

    Date: 2000-08-04
    Data Type: CTD/BTL
    Action: Data are Public
    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.