Files in the Dataset have been checked for format consistency, and merged into a single, integrated, downloadable file.Download Entire Dataset Submit Data For This Cruise
CTD have been converted to exchange format. New files have been put online.
Bottle file was converted into Exchange format. Website now contains a link to the CSV file.
I have found, reformatted and made publicly available the bottle and CTD data for the cruise 49XK9307_3A. I have reformatted the existing sumfile. Currently the doc file indicates that there were CO2, C14 and other tracer (cesium, strontium) collected, however there is no data currently. There is a column for C14, but values are set to missing value. Data contact for this cruise will be contacted regarding missing data. All tables and references have been updated to reflect this change.
With regard to data submissions, can you tell us when the additional bottle data parameters will be available for the cruises you stated below? Our records indicate that we are waiting for the following data: 49XK9307_3A (PR23/PR24) CO2, radiocarbon, Sr, Cs
Added SUM to website. No errors.
Although our first plan was to observe PR23, 7.30'N section between Mindanao and Palau, shiptime restricted us to carry out to observe this WOCE designated section. We planned instead to observe (7-30'N,134-00'E) to (6-00'N,130-00'E) to (6-00'N,127-30'E). Oneday before we would leave Koror, Palau for the cruise, a sudden request were made for us to search 5 missing Japanese divers and one Palauan diving instructor at a remote island some 60 n.miles apart. Next day R/V KAIYO left Koror for search of the 6 missing persons. This search was kept for 5 days from February 7 to 11. We started the WOCE cruise at (7-00'N,134-00'E) to (6-00'N, 130-00'E) to (6-00'N,127-30'E) on February 12 1994. As this section is not PR23, we designated it simply 6N. This 6N section consists 15 stations(STN 1-15), and required us 5 days for completion. Station spacing was 30 n. miles from the start to the end of this section.