Hydrographic Cruise: TAO

Date Start/End:
2005-09-23/2017-12-31
Chief Scientists:
Ship:
TAO
Country:
US
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Unmerged Data as Received

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Filename (Download) Size Date Submitted
chipods_0_110W.nc 37.1 MB 2019-07-24
chipods_0_140W.nc 49.1 MB 2019-07-24

Data History

  • File Online Lynne Merchant

    chipods_0_140W.nc (download) #8eafc
    Date: 2019-07-31
    Current Status: unprocessed
  • File Online Lynne Merchant

    chipods_0_110W.nc (download) #297b0
    Date: 2019-07-31
    Current Status: unprocessed
  • File Submission Aurelie Moulin

    chipods_0_140W.nc (download) #8eafc
    Date: 2019-07-24
    Current Status: unprocessed
    Notes
    The data submitted here to be hosted on the microstructure site are turbulence measurements from Chipods, instruments built by the Ocean Mixing Group at Oregon State University and mounted on mooring lines at fixed depths. They were deployed on buoys part of the PIRATA program (0-10W, 0-23W) and TAO program (0-110W, 0-140W). This is the result of an ongoing NSF-funded investigation of the influence of turbulence-enhanced mixing on cold tongue dynamics, lead by James N. Moum at OSU. Each file contains extensive metadata formatted for a recent submission to NCEI. 
    

  • File Submission Aurelie Moulin

    chipods_0_110W.nc (download) #297b0
    Date: 2019-07-24
    Current Status: unprocessed
    Notes
    The data submitted here to be hosted on the microstructure site are turbulence measurements from Chipods, instruments built by the Ocean Mixing Group at Oregon State University and mounted on mooring lines at fixed depths. They were deployed on buoys part of the PIRATA program (0-10W, 0-23W) and TAO program (0-110W, 0-140W). This is the result of an ongoing NSF-funded investigation of the influence of turbulence-enhanced mixing on cold tongue dynamics, lead by James N. Moum at OSU. Each file contains extensive metadata formatted for a recent submission to NCEI.