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Changed expocode in CTD file to match BOT and SUM files. Changed from 74DS207 to 74DI207.
Thanks for the data, I've had a chance to look at both the S04 and the ISS01 bottle files you sent last week and I have a couple of questions for you. Both files appear to have the same problems associated with them: Our current online files for these cruises have valid CFC (CFC12, CFC11, CFC113, and CCl4) in them with quality bytes of 2 for many more station/samples than do the new files sent. Where there were valid data (flagged 2) there are now missing values in the data colums. (Please refer to our current online bottle files for these cruises versus files sent in e-mail last week.) Could you confirm that this is correct? Also the quality words for the new files are truncated, and appear to be missing the bytes (Q1 flags) for the updated CFC data, although at this point I've only eyeballed the columns and haven't run any diagnostic software on them yet, but they are in fact missing 5 flags. And finally, the data for CTDPRS and THETA contain different values in the newly sent files versus the files we currently have online. Can you advise us on how to handle these differences, or perhaps send corrected versions (in the case of the missing quality flags).
New bottle file was sent by M. Gould which contains updated CFC data. However, there were 3 problems noted in the new file. File has fewer valid values for these parameters than whpo current online file (station samples that did have data and Q1 flags of 2 in old file have missing values and no flags in new file). New file is missing 5 quality bytes from the quality 1 word. Old file contains complete quality word. New file also has differing values for CTDPRS and THETA when compared to old file. Dr. Gould has been emailed regarding these problems no reply as of this date. New bottle file and pertinant emails reside in the original iss1_h directory under 2002.03.22_ISS01_SEA_MGOULD No action has been taken at this time.
I have encountered an error while loading the s04hy.txt for our CFC DQE work for S04_I06. It turns out that the position of 'QUALT1' on header is aligned at the end of the flag columns instead of beginning of flag columns... The sample and bottle numbers are still entirely -9, so I can't compare with the revised CFC data set I got from the CFC PI. Tom Haine (now at Johns Hopkins) is the CFC PI for this cruise, and he has recently sent out the revised CFC data to the British data center. He says the center will forward the merged hydrographic data file to WHPO soon.
CTD has been converted to exchange and put online. Data has been checked with JOA.
Bottle data has been converted to exchange format. New file has been put online.
2000.11.27 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.
I have created a data directory for and linked bottle, sum and ctd files for iss1 74DI207. Data are public as per Gould's e-mail of 2000.05.09. No doc file for this cruise was submitted/made available.
Diggs transferred files (again) from BODC site for DI200, DI207 and DI223. Will end up in ftp INCOMING as 2000.07.11_DI2XXX_DIGGS_SUM_SEA_CTD Should replace any earlier files (per Martin Gould's message from today - 2000.07.11)
I have just phoned John Gould about the status of the ADOX data (Discovery 200 and 207) that BODC submitted to the WHPO. ALL this data is PUBLIC.
requested doc & permission to release data from Gould