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After reviewing my e-mail exchanges with you and others in your group I don't think that I required encryption. In any case, certainly make the KERE data public. Recall, however, my caveats on salinity accuracies in the below message. Regards, Zack At 9:45 AM 4/9/98, Zack Hallock wrote: >Dear Jim, > >I would be glad to provide you with a copy of our CTD data profiles from KERE. >It was a one-time section under a TOPEX descending groundtrack just west of >Honshu, in summer 1992. The KERE hydrographic work is described in these two >papers: > > Shiller, A. M., W. J. Teague and Z. R. Hallock (1996), Deep Water > Properties near 35 N, 143 E Observed During the Kuroshio > Extension Regional Experiment, J. Geophys. Res., 101 (C7), > 16,695-16,702. > > Teague, W. J., A. M. Shiller and Z. R. Hallock (1994): Hydrographic > section across the Kuroshio near 35N, 143E. J. Geophys. Res., > 99(C4),7639-7650. > >One cautionary note: due to a salinometer malfunction, the accuracy of the >salinities rely on one pre-cruise calibration of the CTD probes used and >are stated as "within spec" for the Niel Brown Mark III. I think this means >within 0.005 PSU. > >I can provide you with ASCII files via FTP. We don't have the staff to convert >to a special format. I would only ask that if an investigator wishes to >publish something on our data that he/she contact me or Bill Teague first, >to explore possible collaborations, etc.
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