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A11 1992 74DI19921222 processing - BTL/merge - DELO18 2017-09-20 R Lee Submission filename submitted by date id ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 74DI19921222.exc.csv Bob Key 2014-04-03 4188 Merge 74DI19921222.exc.csv by Bob Key renamed to 74DI19921222_hy1.csv. :Updated parameters: DELO18, DELO18_FLAG_W, O18ERR 74DI19921222_hy1.csv opened in JOA with no apparent problems. Conversion ---------- file converted from software -------------------------------------------------------------------- 74DI19921222_nc_hyd.zip 74DI19921222_hy1.zip hydro 0.8.2-48-g594e1cb Updated Files Manifest ---------------------- file stamp ------------------------------------------- 74DI19921222_hy1.csv 20140403PRINUNIVRMK 74DI19921222_nc_hyd.zip 20140403PRINUNIVRMK
The following files are now available online under 'Files as received', unprocessed by the CCHDO. 74DI19921222.exc.csv
merged O18 data
Expocode: 74DI19921222 Ship: Discovery Woce Line: A11 Note: Attn Carolina 1. I merged the O18 data (there were a few mismatches, but all had obvious fixes) 2. QCed the O18. The top 1km samples from station 12303 are odd, but evidence insufficient to change flag. 3. reprinted file with additional header material.
1. I merged the O18 data (there were a few mismatches, but all had obvious fixes) 2. QCed the O18. The top 1km samples from station 12303 are odd, but evidence insufficient to change flag. 3. reprinted file with additional header material.
File DI199.O18.TXT containing DELO18 data, submitted by Martin Gould on 2000-06-06, available under 'Files as received', unprocessed by CCHDO. File a11_o18.txt containing comma separated DELO18 data, submitted by Martin Gould on 2000-06-06, available under 'Files as received', unprocessed by CCHDO.
- Here are notes on the a11 (EXPOCODE 74DI199_1) Summary File correction. - 1. Header entries realigned to match columns. - 2. New file a11su.txt passes sumchk test.
Expocode: ETAMBO Ship: Alante Woce Line: AR07W Note: Did I submit these data before? I think so, as a mater of fact here's my previous message ---> "I submit these data to the CCHDO!!"
New PDF and text docs online.
CTD has been converted to exchange using the new code and put online.
Created *check.txt file. could not produce .ps file.
The exchange bottle file name in directory and index file was modified to lower case. CTD exchange files were put online.
Bottle file in exchange format has been linked to website.
SUM, CTD, Bottle Expocodes for bottle and sum were modified. Expocodes in all ctd files have been editted to match the underscored expocode in the sum and bottle files. New files were zipped and replaced existing ctd files online. Old files were moved to original directory.
File was found in incoming directory under whp_reports. The directory was zipped, files were separated and placed under proper cruise. All of them were doc files received 1997 August 15th.
I submit these data to the CCHDO
delta oxygen-18 data, by station
delta oxygen-18 data, space delimited
I have got some delta oxygen-18 and iodine species data from the WOCE A11 cruise (Discovery 199). I have attached all the files to this email. The iodine data are very few and so probably very easy to merge manually perhaps. So I've attached these as BODC received them (12256_12288.xls and methods_iodine.doc). I have created a WHPO format file for the oxygen-18 data (DI199.O18.TXT). I have also included the original file (a11_o18.txt) that we received from the data originators incase there were bottle misfires (as I've said before, we average these). I know your database currently has individual bottles, they were supplied by the data originator's.
Re the A11 NO3+NO2 quality flags. Only parameters with ******* under them have quality flags and in this case NO3+NO2 is the 7th parameter so underscored and the corresponding quality flag isn't always 9.
The original quality code for every bottle for Nitrate+Nitrite is 9, while there are hundreds of non -9.0 data points.
Thank you for your enquiry about A11 CFC data. I have no objection to Ricardo Locarnini having the data and for them to be made fully public. However I must stress that the CFC-12 data required considerable reworking due to contamination and so I cannot say that I am fully confident with the CFC-12 data set. Also as a result of some work I have been doing lately I fear that and error in one of my original spreadsheets may have been perpetuated into the final data set sent to you. This means that SOME but not all of the deep CFC-12 data are askew by a factor of up to 1.43. The error seems have originated in converting from the SIO 86 to 93 scale but rather than using the factor for CFC-12 the value for CFC-113 has sneaked in instead. Because the values are so small the error may have been overlooked. I think it is just a case of a wrong cell identifier in a spreadsheet and so hopefully it can be cleared up soon.
ftp'd a tar format archive with a README file that should explain all of the particulars, except for the fact that there is another tarfile within that contains CTD stations ---> 12292, 12293, 12294 12306 12308 and 12317.
I have been looking on the WHPSAC for my A11 data. Bernard Barnier discovered that the A11.SUM file was incomplete. He is quite correct. Stations 12247-12302 are present but 12303-12337 (35 stations) are absent. So between you both Rplease come up with a complete SUM file. If you cant find one Brian King will resupply but then you will have to check it I suppose. The ctd files are all present, as are all the bottle observations and the csl file looks complete, which is reassuring. But Kai the A11 data is not seen on the one time map as being at the SAC - after SUM file fixed perhaps you would change this.