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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 1007696


Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category CTD or STD cast
Instrument Type
NameCategories
Neil Brown MK3 CTD  CTD; water temperature sensor; salinity sensor; dissolved gas sensors
SeaTech transmissometer  transmissometers
Instrument Mounting research vessel
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator Prof Raymond Pollard
Originating Organization James Rennell Centre for Ocean Circulation (now National Oceanography Centre, Southampton)
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) WOCE
UK WOCE
 

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier CTD12770
BODC Series Reference 1007696
 

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 1995-02-17 19:50
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) -
Nominal Cycle Interval 2.0 decibars
 

Spatial Co-ordinates

Latitude 38.92350 S ( 38° 55.4' S )
Longitude 36.67683 E ( 36° 40.6' E )
Positional Uncertainty 0.0 to 0.01 n.miles
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth 0.99 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth 4892.2 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height 1.0 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height 4892.21 m
Sea Floor Depth 4893.2 m
Sea Floor Depth Source DATAHEAD
Sensor or Sampling Distribution Variable common depth - All sensors are grouped effectively at the same depth, but this depth varies significantly during the series
Sensor or Sampling Depth Datum Instantaneous - Depth measured below water line or instantaneous water body surface
Sea Floor Depth Datum Instantaneous - Depth measured below water line or instantaneous water body surface
 

Parameters

BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
ATTNZR011per metreAttenuation (red light wavelength) per unit length of the water body by transmissometer
DOXYPR011Micromoles per litreConcentration of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} per unit volume of the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by in-situ Beckmann probe
OXYSBB011PercentSaturation of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} in the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by in-situ Beckmann probe and computation from concentration using Benson and Krause algorithm
POATCV011per metrePotential attenuance (unspecified wavelength) per unit length of the water body by transmissometer and computation using P-EXEC algorithm
POTMCV011Degrees CelsiusPotential temperature of the water body by computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
PRESPR011DecibarsPressure (spatial coordinate) exerted by the water body by profiling pressure sensor and correction to read zero at sea level
PSALST011DimensionlessPractical salinity of the water body by CTD and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
SIGTPR011Kilograms per cubic metreSigma-theta of the water body by CTD and computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm
TEMPST011Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the water body by CTD or STD

Definition of Rank

  • Rank 1 is a one-dimensional parameter
  • Rank 2 is a two-dimensional parameter
  • Rank 0 is a one-dimensional parameter describing the second dimension of a two-dimensional parameter (e.g. bin depths for moored ADCP data)

Problem Reports

No Problem Report Found in the Database


Data Access Policy

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You must always use the following attribution statement to acknowledge the source of the information: "Contains data supplied by Natural Environment Research Council."


Narrative Documents

Neil Brown MK3 CTD

The Neil Brown MK3 conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD) profiler consists of an integral unit containing pressure, temperature and conductivity sensors with an optional dissolved oxygen sensor in a pressure-hardened casing. The most widely used variant in the 1980s and 1990s was the MK3B. An upgrade to this, the MK3C, was developed to meet the requirements of the WOCE project.

The MK3C includes a low hysteresis, titanium strain gauge pressure transducer. The transducer temperature is measured separately, allowing correction for the effects of temperature on pressure measurements. The MK3C conductivity cell features a free flow, internal field design that eliminates ducted pumping and is not affected by external metallic objects such as guard cages and external sensors.

Additional optional sensors include pH and a pressure-temperature fluorometer. The instrument is no longer in production, but is supported (repair and calibration) by General Oceanics.

Specifications

These specification apply to the MK3C version.

Pressure Temperature Conductivity
Range

6500 m

3200 m (optional)

-3 to 32°C 1 to 6.5 S cm-1
Accuracy

0.0015% FS

0.03% FS < 1 msec

0.0005°C

0.003°C < 30 msec

0.0001 S cm-1

0.0003 S cm-1 < 30 msec

Further details can be found in the specification sheet.

SeaTech Transmissometer

Introduction

The transmissometer is designed to accurately measure the the amount of light transmitted by a modulated Light Emitting Diode (LED) through a fixed-length in-situ water column to a synchronous detector.

Specifications

  • Water path length: 5 cm (for use in turbid waters) to 1 m (for use in clear ocean waters).
  • Beam diameter: 15 mm
  • Transmitted beam collimation: <3 milliradians
  • Receiver acceptance angle (in water): <18 milliradians
  • Light source wavelength: usually (but not exclusively) 660 nm (red light)

Notes

The instrument can be interfaced to Aanderaa RCM7 current meters. This is achieved by fitting the transmissometer in a slot cut into a customized RCM4-type vane.

A red LED (660 nm) is used for general applications looking at water column sediment load. However, green or blue LEDs can be fitted for specilised optics applications. The light source used is identified by the BODC parameter code.

Further details can be found in the manufacturer's Manual.

RRS Discovery 213 CTD Data Documentation

Introduction

CTD profile data are presented from the SWINDEX recovery cruise Discovery 213, as reported by Pollard et al. (1995).

Instrumentation and Methodology

Instrumentation Summary

The CTD profiles were taken with a Neil Brown Systems MkIIIc CTD mounted beneath a bottle rosette. The CTD was fitted with a pressure sensor, conductivity cell, platinum resistance thermometer, a dissolved oxygen sensor, a Chelsea Instruments fluorometer, a Sea Tech 100cm path transmissometer, a Simrad 200kHz altimeter and an IOSDL 10kHz pinger.

Data Acquisition

Lowering rates for the CTD package were generally in the range 0.5-1.0ms-1 but could be up to 1.5ms-1. CTD data were logged at 25 frames per second. The CTD deck unit passes raw data to a dedicated Level A microcomputer where 1 second averages are assembled. During this process the Level A calculates the rate of change of temperature and a median sorting routine detects and removes pressure spikes. These data are sent to the Level B for archival. The data are then passed to a Level C workstation for conversion to Pstar format and calibration.

A total of 106 stations were occupied (12671 - 12776). At the first station (12671) all 24 bottles were fired at 2900m and a full suite of analyses performed to test the bottles. Two stations were aborted, 12672 due to a wire problem, and 12724 due to a strong current. The fluorometer failed early on due to the DC voltage converter breaking down. The spare then failed after a few casts due to an over voltage being applied.

Data Processing

The 1 second data passed to the Level C were converted to Pstar format and initially calibrated with coefficients from laboratory calibrations followed by a number of calibration corrections. The up and down cast data were extracted for merging with the bottle firing codes, thus the CTD variables were reconciled with the bottle samples. Final calibrations were applied using the sample bottle data. Finally, down cast data were extracted, sorted on pressure and averaged to 2db values, with any gaps filled by linear interpolation.

Additional Comments

The data originators have informed BODC that the data submitted to us are not fully worked up, and suffer from a CTD salinity hysteresis. This is apparently a problem associated with the WOCE upgraded CTD's (Deep03 and Deep04). The data originators calibrated the CTD upcast (instead of the down). They say they would use a larger time constant especially as they smooth and reduce the data for WOCE. The scale of the problem makes it unimportant for the work they are currently doing and hence they have not done anything about it yet. The salts, temperatures, oxygens and nutrients in the bottle data are thought to be satisfactory. The data originators are also a bit suspicious of the salinity calibration on stations 12743 and 12744. A different standard seawater was used and the deep theta/S shows a significant offset. They have no conclusion or correction to add yet. Neither the fluorometer nor the transmissometer data are fully worked up.

BODC Data Processing

No further calibrations were applied to the data received by BODC. BODC were mainly concerned with the screening and banking of the data.

The CTD data were received as 2db averaged pressure sorted down cast data. Parameters were pressure (dbar), temperature (°C), salinity (psu), oxygen (µmol/l), fluor (mg/m3) and potential attenuance (/m).

The data were converted into the BODC internal format (PXF) to allow the use of in-house software tools, notably the graphics editor. Spikes in the data were manually flagged 'suspect' by modification of the associated quality control flag. In this way none of the original data values were edited or deleted during quality control.

Station 12687 has no data between 2725-2841db for all parameters, similarly for station 12771 between 5449-5453db. The temperature, salinity and oxygen data from cruise DI213 required little flagging and just a few points were set suspect. The fluorometer data were very bad with only station 12671 exhibiting good data. The transmissometer data were also bad with disturbances in many of the profiles, primarily between 800 and 1500db.

Once screened, the CTD data were loaded into a database under the Oracle relational database management system. The start time stored in the database is the CTD deployment time, and the end time is the time the CTD was removed from the water. Actually these times are more precisely the start and end of data logging. The start time for station 12771 is given as 03:53 in the cruise report. This was changed to the start time in the data file, which was 04:15. Latitude and longitude are the mean positions between the start and end times calculated from the master navigation in the binary merged file.

All the fluorometer data were set null in the database except for station 12671. Potential attenuance was converted to attenuance from within Oracle as follows:

atten = exp (-atten)
atten = atten / (1.0 -ln (atten) x press / 215800)
atten = -ln (atten)

References

Pollard, R.T. et al. (1995). RRS Discovery Cruise 213. Institute of Oceanographic Sciences Deacon Laboratory, Cruise Report No. 247, 104pp.


Project Information

World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE)

The World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) was a major international experiment which made measurements and undertook modelling studies of the deep oceans in order to provide a much improved understanding of the role of ocean circulation in changing and ameliorating the Earth's climate.

WOCE had two major goals:

  • Goal 1. To develop models to predict climate and to collect the data necessary to test them.

  • Goal 2. To determine the representativeness of the Goal 1 observations and to deduce cost effective means of determining long-term changes in ocean circulation.


UK WOCE

The UK made a substantial contribution to the international World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) project by focusing on two important regions:

  1. Southern Ocean - links all the worlds oceans, controlling global climate.
  2. North Atlantic - directly affects the climate of Europe.

A major part of the UK effort was in the Southern Ocean and work included:

  • Two surveys, in the South Atlantic as part of the WOCE Hydrographic Programme.
  • SWINDEX, a year long study of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) where it crosses major topography south of Africa.
  • ADOX, a study of deep water flow from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean.
  • ACCLAIM, a study of the ACC by altimetry and island measurements.

In the North Atlantic the UK undertook:

  • NATRE, a purposeful tracer experiment to look at cross isopycnic processes.
  • CONVEX, a study of the deep ocean circulation and its changes.
  • VIVALDI, a seven year programme of seasonally repeated surveys to study the upper ocean.
  • Long-term observations of ocean climate in the North West Approaches.

Satellite ocean surface topography, temperature and wind data were merged with in situ observations and models to create a complete description of ocean circulation, eddy motion and the way the ocean is driven by the atmosphere.

The surveys were forerunners to the international Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS). GOOS was later established to monitor annual to decadal changes in ocean circulation and heat storage which are vital in the prediction of climate change.


Data Activity or Cruise Information

Cruise

Cruise Name D213
Departure Date 1995-01-06
Arrival Date 1995-02-21
Principal Scientist(s)Raymond T Pollard (James Rennell Centre for Ocean Circulation)
Ship RRS Discovery

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here


Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station NameWOCE Indian Special Survey 01 (ISS01)
CategoryOffshore area
Latitude37° 30.00' S
Longitude37° 30.00' E
Water depth below MSL

World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) Indian Special Survey 01 (ISS01)

WOCE was a major international experiment which made measurements and undertook modelling studies of the deep oceans in order to provide a much improved understanding of the role of ocean circulation in changing and ameliorating the Earth's climate. WOCE established various special survey areas and repeat sections in the Indian Ocean as illustrated in the map below.

BODC image

ISS01 was to study the thermocline ventilation and eddy/mean flow interaction in the South West Indian Ocean specifically in the Agulhas recirculation gyre; stations lie within a box bounded by 50.0°S, 20.0°E at the southwest corner and 25.0°S, 55.0°E at the northeast corner. The area was occupied between December 1986 and April 1995. A table of all ISS01 cruises is presented below:

Cruise Cruise dates Country
RRS Discovery 164 19 December 1986 - 21 January 1987 UK
RRS Discovery 165A 26 January - 26 February 1987 UK
S.A. Agulhas 05 Apri1 - 08 May 1991 South Africa
Marion Dufresne 12 April - 20 May 1991 France
RRS Discovery 200 06 February -18 March 1993 UK
RRS Discovery 201 23 March - 03 May 1993 UK
Marion Dufresne 29 March - 18 May 1993 France
S.A. Agulhas 21 June - 14 July 1993 South Africa
RRS Discovery 207 19 February - 30 March 1994 UK
RRS Discovery 213 06 January - 21 February 1995 UK
RRS Discovery 214 25 February - 08 March 1995 UK
Malcolm Baldrige 21 March - 22 April 1995 USA

Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 1


BODC Quality Control Flags

The following single character qualifying flags may be associated with one or more individual parameters with a data cycle:

Flag Description
Blank Unqualified
< Below detection limit
> In excess of quoted value
A Taxonomic flag for affinis (aff.)
B Beginning of CTD Down/Up Cast
C Taxonomic flag for confer (cf.)
D Thermometric depth
E End of CTD Down/Up Cast
G Non-taxonomic biological characteristic uncertainty
H Extrapolated value
I Taxonomic flag for single species (sp.)
K Improbable value - unknown quality control source
L Improbable value - originator's quality control
M Improbable value - BODC quality control
N Null value
O Improbable value - user quality control
P Trace/calm
Q Indeterminate
R Replacement value
S Estimated value
T Interpolated value
U Uncalibrated
W Control value
X Excessive difference

SeaDataNet Quality Control Flags

The following single character qualifying flags may be associated with one or more individual parameters with a data cycle:

Flag Description
0 no quality control
1 good value
2 probably good value
3 probably bad value
4 bad value
5 changed value
6 value below detection
7 value in excess
8 interpolated value
9 missing value
A value phenomenon uncertain
Q value below limit of quantification

Appendix 1: WOCE Indian Special Survey 01 (ISS01)

Related series for this Fixed Station are presented in the table below. Further information can be found by following the appropriate links.

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Series IdentifierData CategoryStart date/timeStart positionCruise
1004698CTD or STD cast1993-02-11 11:09:0052.0015 S, 17.5015 ERRS Discovery D200
1298117Water sample data1993-02-11 12:14:0052.00148 S, 17.50146 ERRS Discovery D200
1004705CTD or STD cast1993-02-12 09:06:0054.49967 S, 19.34983 ERRS Discovery D200
1298129Water sample data1993-02-12 10:36:0054.49965 S, 19.34983 ERRS Discovery D200
1004717CTD or STD cast1993-02-13 07:40:0056.25917 S, 21.129 ERRS Discovery D200
1298130Water sample data1993-02-13 09:29:0056.25922 S, 21.12895 ERRS Discovery D200
1004729CTD or STD cast1993-02-14 04:19:0058.03667 S, 23.06933 ERRS Discovery D200
1298142Water sample data1993-02-14 06:32:0058.03667 S, 23.06931 ERRS Discovery D200
1004730CTD or STD cast1993-02-14 18:17:0059.6795 S, 24.896 ERRS Discovery D200
1298154Water sample data1993-02-14 20:05:0059.67945 S, 24.89594 ERRS Discovery D200
1004742CTD or STD cast1993-02-16 04:13:0062.43717 S, 28.71083 ERRS Discovery D200
1298166Water sample data1993-02-16 06:00:0062.43719 S, 28.71075 ERRS Discovery D200
1004754CTD or STD cast1993-02-17 07:25:0064.4765 S, 32.44667 ERRS Discovery D200
1298191Water sample data1993-02-17 08:20:0064.47657 S, 32.44674 ERRS Discovery D200
1004766CTD or STD cast1993-02-20 06:30:0064.67633 S, 58.16667 ERRS Discovery D200
1298209Water sample data1993-02-20 08:07:0064.67632 S, 58.1666 ERRS Discovery D200
1004778CTD or STD cast1993-02-23 08:05:0062.16833 S, 83.27033 ERRS Discovery D200
1298210Water sample data1993-02-23 09:11:0062.16825 S, 83.27026 ERRS Discovery D200
1004791CTD or STD cast1993-02-23 13:27:0062.74783 S, 83.47133 ERRS Discovery D200
1298222Water sample data1993-02-23 14:38:0062.74784 S, 83.47136 ERRS Discovery D200
1004809CTD or STD cast1993-02-23 23:05:0063.3545 S, 83.92983 ERRS Discovery D200
1298234Water sample data1993-02-24 00:34:0063.35457 S, 83.92985 ERRS Discovery D200
1004810CTD or STD cast1993-02-24 14:31:0064.16767 S, 84.574 ERRS Discovery D200
1298246Water sample data1993-02-24 16:08:0064.16761 S, 84.57403 ERRS Discovery D200
1004822CTD or STD cast1993-02-24 23:02:0064.62033 S, 84.99383 ERRS Discovery D200
1298258Water sample data1993-02-25 00:46:0064.6203 S, 84.9938 ERRS Discovery D200
1004834CTD or STD cast1993-02-25 07:03:0065.09167 S, 85.32133 ERRS Discovery D200
1298271Water sample data1993-02-25 08:18:0065.09168 S, 85.32136 ERRS Discovery D200
1004846CTD or STD cast1993-02-25 23:44:0063.71283 S, 84.16367 ERRS Discovery D200
1298283Water sample data1993-02-26 01:02:0063.7128 S, 84.16364 ERRS Discovery D200
1004858CTD or STD cast1993-03-04 15:29:0048.47517 S, 60.9665 ERRS Discovery D200
1298295Water sample data1993-03-04 17:25:0048.47515 S, 60.96653 ERRS Discovery D200
1004871CTD or STD cast1993-03-05 14:10:0048.273 S, 60.018 ERRS Discovery D200
1298302Water sample data1993-03-05 16:07:0048.27295 S, 60.01805 ERRS Discovery D200
1004883CTD or STD cast1993-03-05 22:44:0048.0845 S, 59.161 ERRS Discovery D200
1298314Water sample data1993-03-06 00:36:0048.08443 S, 59.16094 ERRS Discovery D200
1004895CTD or STD cast1993-03-06 17:32:0047.87317 S, 58.22733 ERRS Discovery D200
1298326Water sample data1993-03-06 19:15:0047.8731 S, 58.22734 ERRS Discovery D200
1004902CTD or STD cast1993-03-07 00:45:0047.6745 S, 57.30033 ERRS Discovery D200
1298338Water sample data1993-03-07 02:25:0047.67451 S, 57.30029 ERRS Discovery D200
1004914CTD or STD cast1993-03-08 18:28:0047.2915 S, 55.2905 ERRS Discovery D200
1298351Water sample data1993-03-08 19:59:0047.29155 S, 55.29056 ERRS Discovery D200
1004926CTD or STD cast1993-03-09 19:02:0046.91233 S, 53.63417 ERRS Discovery D200
1298363Water sample data1993-03-09 20:21:0046.91241 S, 53.63423 ERRS Discovery D200
1004938CTD or STD cast1993-03-10 01:24:0047.13017 S, 54.55983 ERRS Discovery D200
1298375Water sample data1993-03-10 03:00:0047.13013 S, 54.55976 ERRS Discovery D200
1004951CTD or STD cast1993-03-10 13:33:0046.77683 S, 53.11767 ERRS Discovery D200
1298387Water sample data1993-03-10 14:37:0046.77682 S, 53.11771 ERRS Discovery D200
1004963CTD or STD cast1993-03-11 14:42:0045.40183 S, 47.96533 ERRS Discovery D200
1298399Water sample data1993-03-11 15:59:0045.40178 S, 47.96531 ERRS Discovery D200
1005665CTD or STD cast1993-03-27 18:08:0036.87417 S, 21.7365 ERRS Discovery D201
1005677CTD or STD cast1993-03-28 06:43:0037.5935 S, 22.89017 ERRS Discovery D201
1005689CTD or STD cast1993-03-28 17:28:0037.99433 S, 23.603 ERRS Discovery D201
1005690CTD or STD cast1993-03-30 10:12:0041.1085 S, 28.89983 ERRS Discovery D201
1005708CTD or STD cast1993-03-30 19:40:0041.24583 S, 29.66483 ERRS Discovery D201
1005721CTD or STD cast1993-03-31 03:28:0041.41283 S, 30.41567 ERRS Discovery D201
1005733CTD or STD cast1993-03-31 11:12:0041.5705 S, 31.18483 ERRS Discovery D201
1005745CTD or STD cast1993-03-31 19:41:0041.71083 S, 31.93917 ERRS Discovery D201
1005757CTD or STD cast1993-04-01 11:15:0041.88433 S, 32.84067 ERRS Discovery D201
1005769CTD or STD cast1993-04-01 19:29:0042.2075 S, 33.5425 ERRS Discovery D201
1005770CTD or STD cast1993-04-02 02:33:0042.49283 S, 34.17283 ERRS Discovery D201
1005782CTD or STD cast1993-04-02 09:03:0042.797 S, 34.79633 ERRS Discovery D201
1005794CTD or STD cast1993-04-02 18:57:0043.15217 S, 35.46583 ERRS Discovery D201
1005801CTD or STD cast1993-04-03 09:00:0043.3755 S, 36.079 ERRS Discovery D201
1005813CTD or STD cast1993-04-03 15:42:0043.65483 S, 36.591 ERRS Discovery D201
1005825CTD or STD cast1993-04-03 23:52:0043.90017 S, 37.06533 ERRS Discovery D201
1005837CTD or STD cast1993-04-04 05:18:0044.15833 S, 37.57733 ERRS Discovery D201
1005849CTD or STD cast1993-04-04 11:20:0044.40883 S, 38.12133 ERRS Discovery D201
1005850CTD or STD cast1993-04-04 17:50:0044.52033 S, 38.56267 ERRS Discovery D201
1005862CTD or STD cast1993-04-04 23:58:0044.64617 S, 38.97683 ERRS Discovery D201
1005874CTD or STD cast1993-04-05 09:48:0044.58983 S, 39.612 ERRS Discovery D201
1005886CTD or STD cast1993-04-05 14:58:0044.58583 S, 40.19433 ERRS Discovery D201
1005898CTD or STD cast1993-04-05 19:53:0044.5765 S, 40.80083 ERRS Discovery D201
1005905CTD or STD cast1993-04-06 05:01:0044.509 S, 41.449 ERRS Discovery D201
1005917CTD or STD cast1993-04-06 16:13:0045.00183 S, 41.0815 ERRS Discovery D201
1005929CTD or STD cast1993-04-06 20:50:0045.35567 S, 40.867 ERRS Discovery D201
1005930CTD or STD cast1993-04-07 01:24:0045.70033 S, 40.563 ERRS Discovery D201
1005942CTD or STD cast1993-04-07 14:43:0044.558 S, 41.8855 ERRS Discovery D201
1005954CTD or STD cast1993-04-07 18:45:0044.53667 S, 42.42217 ERRS Discovery D201
1005966CTD or STD cast1993-04-07 23:00:0044.522 S, 42.96433 ERRS Discovery D201
1005978CTD or STD cast1993-04-08 08:20:0044.454 S, 43.51117 ERRS Discovery D201
1005991CTD or STD cast1993-04-08 15:03:0044.552 S, 44.11833 ERRS Discovery D201
1006005CTD or STD cast1993-04-08 19:21:0044.5805 S, 44.672 ERRS Discovery D201
1006017CTD or STD cast1993-04-08 23:39:0044.65033 S, 45.252 ERRS Discovery D201
1005284CTD or STD cast1993-04-09 03:32:0044.73767 S, 45.75533 ERRS Discovery D201
1005296CTD or STD cast1993-04-09 11:24:0044.91333 S, 46.30583 ERRS Discovery D201
1005303CTD or STD cast1993-04-09 16:01:0045.086 S, 46.8795 ERRS Discovery D201
1005315CTD or STD cast1993-04-09 20:31:0045.26033 S, 47.46933 ERRS Discovery D201
1005327CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 00:50:0045.25083 S, 47.991 ERRS Discovery D201
1005339CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 06:50:0045.42933 S, 47.80583 ERRS Discovery D201
1005340CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 11:44:0045.59917 S, 47.6145 ERRS Discovery D201
1005352CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 14:54:0045.5995 S, 47.8885 ERRS Discovery D201
1005364CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 19:09:0045.60933 S, 48.1455 ERRS Discovery D201
1005376CTD or STD cast1993-04-10 23:38:0045.62017 S, 48.56867 ERRS Discovery D201
1005388CTD or STD cast1993-04-11 04:03:0045.63383 S, 49.02017 ERRS Discovery D201
1005407CTD or STD cast1993-04-12 10:48:0045.738 S, 47.08267 ERRS Discovery D201
1005419CTD or STD cast1993-04-12 14:25:0045.868 S, 46.552 ERRS Discovery D201
1005420CTD or STD cast1993-04-12 18:14:0045.9985 S, 46.00083 ERRS Discovery D201
1005432CTD or STD cast1993-04-13 01:21:0046.91383 S, 45.4435 ERRS Discovery D201
1005444CTD or STD cast1993-04-13 09:11:0047.78133 S, 44.89217 ERRS Discovery D201
1005456CTD or STD cast1993-04-13 17:02:0048.67433 S, 44.35683 ERRS Discovery D201
1005468CTD or STD cast1993-04-14 03:32:0049.5585 S, 43.7415 ERRS Discovery D201
1005481CTD or STD cast1993-04-14 12:17:0050.5425 S, 43.15333 ERRS Discovery D201
1005493CTD or STD cast1993-04-14 20:30:0051.35633 S, 42.56767 ERRS Discovery D201
1005500CTD or STD cast1993-04-15 05:38:0051.9965 S, 42.00133 ERRS Discovery D201
1005512CTD or STD cast1993-04-15 14:48:0052.832 S, 41.32783 ERRS Discovery D201
1005524CTD or STD cast1993-04-16 04:11:0053.67383 S, 40.6595 ERRS Discovery D201
1005536CTD or STD cast1993-04-16 11:35:0054.5055 S, 39.97783 ERRS Discovery D201
1005548CTD or STD cast1993-04-16 18:20:0054.00383 S, 40.03517 ERRS Discovery D201
1005561CTD or STD cast1993-04-17 01:43:0053.49983 S, 40.06983 ERRS Discovery D201
1005573CTD or STD cast1993-04-17 11:47:0052.49333 S, 40.1355 ERRS Discovery D201
1005585CTD or STD cast1993-04-17 16:43:0051.99683 S, 40.156 ERRS Discovery D201
1005597CTD or STD cast1993-04-17 22:45:0051.4985 S, 40.191 ERRS Discovery D201
1005604CTD or STD cast1993-04-18 05:32:0051.00217 S, 40.2425 ERRS Discovery D201
1005616CTD or STD cast1993-04-18 10:55:0050.51617 S, 40.28117 ERRS Discovery D201
1005628CTD or STD cast1993-04-18 17:27:0050.00683 S, 40.29 ERRS Discovery D201
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1005143CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 19:50:0048.07633 S, 33.88767 ERRS Discovery D201
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1005211CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 10:12:0045.1475 S, 34.35867 ERRS Discovery D201
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1005272CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 10:15:0042.74633 S, 30.55467 ERRS Discovery D201
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1006054CTD or STD cast1994-02-26 03:05:0046.63733 S, 44.987 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006066CTD or STD cast1994-02-27 17:30:0043.2795 S, 50.6155 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006078CTD or STD cast1994-02-28 00:17:0043.21383 S, 51.555 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006091CTD or STD cast1994-02-28 09:04:0043.15633 S, 53.21283 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006109CTD or STD cast1994-02-28 15:00:0043.15817 S, 53.99 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006110CTD or STD cast1994-02-28 23:52:0043.16067 S, 54.569 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006122CTD or STD cast1994-03-01 05:59:0043.1935 S, 54.48417 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006202CTD or STD cast1994-03-07 07:38:0048.09 S, 59.14117 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006214CTD or STD cast1994-03-07 17:17:0048.28083 S, 60.0095 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006263CTD or STD cast1994-03-22 04:03:0047.523 S, 56.2 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006287CTD or STD cast1994-03-23 21:51:0043.18483 S, 54.89667 ERRS Discovery D207
1006299CTD or STD cast1994-03-24 04:42:0043.18467 S, 55.68667 ERRS Discovery D207
1006306CTD or STD cast1994-03-24 12:37:0043.16533 S, 56.54983 ERRS Discovery D207
1006318CTD or STD cast1994-03-27 16:40:0029.66217 S, 53.48267 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006355CTD or STD cast1994-03-28 15:21:0028.51983 S, 55.4885 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006367CTD or STD cast1994-03-28 23:07:0028.0815 S, 56.0875 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006379CTD or STD cast1994-03-29 05:32:0027.508 S, 56.14567 ERRS Discovery D207
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1006619CTD or STD cast1995-01-08 12:30:0030.61333 S, 31.58733 ERRS Discovery D213
1006620CTD or STD cast1995-01-09 16:21:0033.23017 S, 28.61983 ERRS Discovery D213
1006632CTD or STD cast1995-01-09 19:36:0033.194 S, 28.61367 ERRS Discovery D213
1006644CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 00:33:0033.35067 S, 28.7325 ERRS Discovery D213
1006656CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 06:40:0033.11267 S, 28.54917 ERRS Discovery D213
1006668CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 09:56:0033.06883 S, 28.47083 ERRS Discovery D213
1006681CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 13:13:0033.0285 S, 28.3985 ERRS Discovery D213
1006693CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 16:31:0033.0095 S, 28.38567 ERRS Discovery D213
1006700CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 18:42:0032.967 S, 28.34767 ERRS Discovery D213
1006712CTD or STD cast1995-01-10 20:13:0032.92967 S, 28.3095 ERRS Discovery D213
1006724CTD or STD cast1995-01-11 06:05:0033.63517 S, 29.20267 ERRS Discovery D213
1006736CTD or STD cast1995-01-16 09:31:0041.11317 S, 28.8755 ERRS Discovery D213
1006748CTD or STD cast1995-01-16 16:26:0041.25433 S, 29.67533 ERRS Discovery D213
1006761CTD or STD cast1995-01-17 08:35:0041.3735 S, 30.463 ERRS Discovery D213
1006773CTD or STD cast1995-01-17 19:00:0041.62033 S, 31.633 ERRS Discovery D213
1006785CTD or STD cast1995-01-18 07:53:0041.8705 S, 32.84417 ERRS Discovery D213
1006797CTD or STD cast1995-01-18 16:00:0042.19117 S, 33.528 ERRS Discovery D213
1006804CTD or STD cast1995-01-18 22:51:0042.492 S, 34.16883 ERRS Discovery D213
1006816CTD or STD cast1995-01-19 05:22:0042.78217 S, 34.78683 ERRS Discovery D213
1006828CTD or STD cast1995-01-19 12:06:0043.08633 S, 35.444 ERRS Discovery D213
1006841CTD or STD cast1995-01-19 20:03:0043.54967 S, 35.97067 ERRS Discovery D213
1006853CTD or STD cast1995-01-21 02:18:0044.254 S, 35.5695 ERRS Discovery D213
1006865CTD or STD cast1995-01-21 11:04:0043.66417 S, 36.59333 ERRS Discovery D213
1006877CTD or STD cast1995-01-21 15:56:0043.91483 S, 37.05533 ERRS Discovery D213
1006889CTD or STD cast1995-01-21 20:56:0044.15567 S, 37.5875 ERRS Discovery D213
1006890CTD or STD cast1995-01-22 01:38:0044.40883 S, 38.11917 ERRS Discovery D213
1006908CTD or STD cast1995-01-22 18:36:0044.65717 S, 38.99633 ERRS Discovery D213
1006921CTD or STD cast1995-01-23 00:41:0044.592 S, 39.84383 ERRS Discovery D213
1006933CTD or STD cast1995-01-23 06:28:0044.55567 S, 40.62217 ERRS Discovery D213
1006945CTD or STD cast1995-01-23 20:17:0044.57683 S, 41.32133 ERRS Discovery D213
1006957CTD or STD cast1995-01-24 20:08:0044.49 S, 42.124 ERRS Discovery D213
1006969CTD or STD cast1995-01-25 00:49:0044.4755 S, 42.81783 ERRS Discovery D213
1006970CTD or STD cast1995-01-25 09:15:0044.41983 S, 43.45717 ERRS Discovery D213
1006982CTD or STD cast1995-01-25 14:49:0044.365 S, 44.16917 ERRS Discovery D213
1006994CTD or STD cast1995-01-25 19:26:0043.95117 S, 44.55383 ERRS Discovery D213
1007008CTD or STD cast1995-01-26 01:38:0044.5345 S, 44.997 ERRS Discovery D213
1007021CTD or STD cast1995-01-26 10:22:0044.73233 S, 45.748 ERRS Discovery D213
1007033CTD or STD cast1995-01-26 16:40:0045.00567 S, 46.62567 ERRS Discovery D213
1007045CTD or STD cast1995-01-26 22:24:0045.286 S, 47.45533 ERRS Discovery D213
1007057CTD or STD cast1995-01-27 02:14:0045.42867 S, 47.79817 ERRS Discovery D213
1007069CTD or STD cast1995-01-27 11:08:0045.527 S, 48.41833 ERRS Discovery D213
1007070CTD or STD cast1995-01-27 16:00:0045.6365 S, 49.02117 ERRS Discovery D213
1007082CTD or STD cast1995-01-30 14:56:0038.78733 S, 48.518 ERRS Discovery D213
1007094CTD or STD cast1995-01-30 18:34:0039.01117 S, 48.3705 ERRS Discovery D213
1007101CTD or STD cast1995-01-31 00:40:0039.5375 S, 47.989 ERRS Discovery D213
1007113CTD or STD cast1995-01-31 07:12:0040.05417 S, 47.60867 ERRS Discovery D213
1007125CTD or STD cast1995-01-31 13:57:0040.5935 S, 47.22417 ERRS Discovery D213
1007137CTD or STD cast1995-01-31 20:44:0041.16617 S, 46.782 ERRS Discovery D213
1007149CTD or STD cast1995-02-01 03:32:0041.7645 S, 46.33317 ERRS Discovery D213
1007150CTD or STD cast1995-02-01 22:09:0043.413 S, 45.02367 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007174CTD or STD cast1995-02-02 09:02:0042.54667 S, 45.7485 ERRS Discovery D213
1007186CTD or STD cast1995-02-02 14:13:0042.0865 S, 46.09383 ERRS Discovery D213
1007198CTD or STD cast1995-02-03 00:31:0040.99183 S, 45.877 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007217CTD or STD cast1995-02-03 15:35:0039.63017 S, 46.23417 ERRS Discovery D213
1007229CTD or STD cast1995-02-05 03:15:0037.9975 S, 46.34267 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007242CTD or STD cast1995-02-05 16:15:0037.2375 S, 45.24533 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007266CTD or STD cast1995-02-06 02:56:0036.73133 S, 44.50267 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007291CTD or STD cast1995-02-06 11:27:0036.08267 S, 44.2095 ERRS Discovery D213
1007309CTD or STD cast1995-02-06 16:16:0035.663 S, 44.27283 ERRS Discovery D213
1007310CTD or STD cast1995-02-06 19:12:0035.50767 S, 44.233 ERRS Discovery D213
1007322CTD or STD cast1995-02-06 23:11:0035.34133 S, 44.212 ERRS Discovery D213
1007334CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 02:39:0035.20383 S, 44.18183 ERRS Discovery D213
1007346CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 06:15:0035.06567 S, 44.14683 ERRS Discovery D213
1007358CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 11:36:0035.02917 S, 43.24417 ERRS Discovery D213
1007371CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 14:02:0035.12717 S, 43.06383 ERRS Discovery D213
1007383CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 17:35:0035.2515 S, 42.92417 ERRS Discovery D213
1007395CTD or STD cast1995-02-07 23:34:0035.66117 S, 42.58317 ERRS Discovery D213
1007402CTD or STD cast1995-02-08 05:37:0036.1655 S, 42.757 ERRS Discovery D213
1007414CTD or STD cast1995-02-08 10:55:0036.33117 S, 43.09567 ERRS Discovery D213
1007426CTD or STD cast1995-02-08 16:18:0036.50183 S, 43.43983 ERRS Discovery D213
1007438CTD or STD cast1995-02-08 21:06:0036.66833 S, 43.786 ERRS Discovery D213
1007451CTD or STD cast1995-02-09 03:45:0037.20967 S, 43.4455 ERRS Discovery D213
1007463CTD or STD cast1995-02-09 10:29:0037.7025 S, 43.11317 ERRS Discovery D213
1007475CTD or STD cast1995-02-09 16:50:0038.24233 S, 42.78417 ERRS Discovery D213
1007487CTD or STD cast1995-02-09 23:28:0038.76833 S, 42.46617 ERRS Discovery D213
1007499CTD or STD cast1995-02-10 06:14:0039.2905 S, 42.114 ERRS Discovery D213
1007506CTD or STD cast1995-02-10 12:24:0039.81783 S, 41.74983 ERRS Discovery D213
1007518CTD or STD cast1995-02-10 18:30:0040.42117 S, 41.84517 ERRS Discovery D213
1007531CTD or STD cast1995-02-10 23:30:0041.02583 S, 41.91833 ERRS Discovery D213
1007543CTD or STD cast1995-02-11 04:42:0041.62083 S, 42.01167 ERRS Discovery D213
1007555CTD or STD cast1995-02-11 09:51:0042.20583 S, 41.9195 ERRS Discovery D213
1007567CTD or STD cast1995-02-11 15:32:0042.79633 S, 41.78617 ERRS Discovery D213
1007579CTD or STD cast1995-02-11 22:18:0043.38883 S, 41.62017 ERRS Discovery D213
1007580CTD or STD cast1995-02-12 04:49:0043.97467 S, 41.50783 ERRS Discovery D213
1007592CTD or STD cast1995-02-12 11:00:0043.91283 S, 40.81133 ERRS Discovery D213
1007611CTD or STD cast1995-02-12 20:42:0044.56383 S, 41.2995 ERRS Discovery D213
1007623CTD or STD cast1995-02-15 12:55:0043.3815 S, 40.02917 ERRS Discovery D213
1007635CTD or STD cast1995-02-15 19:34:0042.76617 S, 39.5385 ERRS Discovery D213
1007647CTD or STD cast1995-02-16 02:43:0042.1505 S, 39.05483 ERRS Discovery D213
1007659CTD or STD cast1995-02-16 09:30:0041.52583 S, 38.5725 ERRS Discovery D213
1007660CTD or STD cast1995-02-16 18:44:0040.92383 S, 38.11967 ERRS Discovery D213
1007672CTD or STD cast1995-02-17 02:29:0040.264 S, 37.63567 ERRS Discovery D213
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1007703CTD or STD cast1995-02-18 04:15:0038.265 S, 36.1805 ERRS Discovery D213
1007715CTD or STD cast1995-02-18 11:35:0037.66483 S, 35.83133 ERRS Discovery D213
1007727CTD or STD cast1995-02-18 18:39:0037.208 S, 35.58517 ERRS Discovery D213
1007739CTD or STD cast1995-02-19 01:50:0036.66717 S, 35.18267 ERRS Discovery D213
1007740CTD or STD cast1995-02-19 07:36:0036.45633 S, 35.06733 ERRS Discovery D213
1007752CTD or STD cast1995-02-19 13:38:0035.94183 S, 34.72933 ERRS Discovery D213
1007764CTD or STD cast1995-02-27 21:51:0032.31533 S, 32.14983 ERRS Discovery D214
1007776CTD or STD cast1995-02-28 00:03:0032.30783 S, 32.1385 ERRS Discovery D214
1007788CTD or STD cast1995-02-28 19:59:0031.932 S, 31.58767 ERRS Discovery D214
1007807CTD or STD cast1995-03-01 00:33:0031.806 S, 31.43233 ERRS Discovery D214
1007819CTD or STD cast1995-03-02 19:23:0031.63217 S, 31.17333 ERRS Discovery D214
1007820CTD or STD cast1995-03-02 23:33:0031.52117 S, 31.001 ERRS Discovery D214
1007832CTD or STD cast1995-03-03 23:44:0031.415 S, 30.85633 ERRS Discovery D214
1007844CTD or STD cast1995-03-04 04:49:0031.30067 S, 30.68333 ERRS Discovery D214
1007856CTD or STD cast1995-03-04 20:29:0031.24817 S, 30.5925 ERRS Discovery D214
1007868CTD or STD cast1995-03-05 02:59:0031.12917 S, 30.43433 ERRS Discovery D214
1007881CTD or STD cast1995-03-05 11:52:0031.11583 S, 30.379 ERRS Discovery D214
1007893CTD or STD cast1995-03-05 16:26:0031.03617 S, 30.34467 ERRS Discovery D214
1007900CTD or STD cast1995-03-05 17:41:0031.01717 S, 30.33067 ERRS Discovery D214
1007912CTD or STD cast1995-03-06 02:43:0031.72267 S, 31.29867 ERRS Discovery D214
1007924CTD or STD cast1995-03-06 09:42:0032.1105 S, 31.862 ERRS Discovery D214