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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 1017193


Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category CTD or STD cast
Instrument Type
NameCategories
Sea-Bird SBE 43 Dissolved Oxygen Sensor  dissolved gas sensors
Chelsea Technologies Group Aquatracka fluorometer  fluorometers
Sea-Bird SBE 911plus CTD  CTD; water temperature sensor; salinity sensor
Chelsea Technologies Group Alphatracka transmissometer  transmissometers
Instrument Mounting lowered unmanned submersible
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator Dr Brian King
Originating Organization National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) Oceans 2025
Oceans 2025 Theme 1 WP1.2
Oceans 2025 Theme 10 SO3: MOC
 

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier CTD_DI346_032_2DB
BODC Series Reference 1017193
 

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 2010-01-13 00:51
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 2010-01-13 02:24
Nominal Cycle Interval 2.0 decibars
 

Spatial Co-ordinates

Latitude 26.49660 N ( 26° 29.8' N )
Longitude 74.80410 W ( 74° 48.2' W )
Positional Uncertainty Unspecified
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth 4.97 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth 4526.0 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height 12.23 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height 4533.26 m
Sea Floor Depth 4538.24 m
Sea Floor Depth Source -
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 Approximate - Depth is only approximate
Sea Floor Depth Datum Instantaneous - Depth measured below water line or instantaneous water body surface
 

Parameters

BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
ACYCAA011DimensionlessSequence number
CNDCST011Siemens per metreElectrical conductivity of the water body by CTD
CNDCST021Siemens per metreElectrical conductivity of the water body by CTD (sensor 2)
CPHLPM011Milligrams per cubic metreConcentration of chlorophyll-a {chl-a CAS 479-61-8} per unit volume of the water body [particulate >unknown phase] by in-situ chlorophyll fluorometer and manufacturer's calibration applied
DOXYSC011Micromoles per litreConcentration of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} per unit volume of the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by Sea-Bird SBE 43 sensor and calibration against sample data
POPTDR011PercentTransmittance (red light wavelength) per 25cm of the water body by 25cm path length red light transmissometer
PRESPR011DecibarsPressure (spatial coordinate) exerted by the water body by profiling pressure sensor and correction to read zero at sea level
PSALCC011DimensionlessPractical salinity of the water body by CTD and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm and calibration against independent measurements
PSALCU021DimensionlessPractical salinity of the water body by CTD (second sensor) and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm and NO calibration against independent measurements
TEMPCU011Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the water body by CTD and NO verification against independent measurements
TEMPCU021Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the water body by CTD (second sensor) and NO verification against independent measurements
TOKGPR011Litres per kilogramConversion factor (volume to mass) for the water body by CTD and computation of density (in-situ potential temperature surface pressure) reciprocal from pressure, temperature and salinity

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


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Narrative Documents

Sea-Bird Dissolved Oxygen Sensor SBE 43 and SBE 43F

The SBE 43 is a dissolved oxygen sensor designed for marine applications. It incorporates a high-performance Clark polarographic membrane with a pump that continuously plumbs water through it, preventing algal growth and the development of anoxic conditions when the sensor is taking measurements.

Two configurations are available: SBE 43 produces a voltage output and can be incorporated with any Sea-Bird CTD that accepts input from a 0-5 volt auxiliary sensor, while the SBE 43F produces a frequency output and can be integrated with an SBE 52-MP (Moored Profiler CTD) or used for OEM applications. The specifications below are common to both.

Specifications

Housing Plastic or titanium
Membrane

0.5 mil- fast response, typical for profile applications

1 mil- slower response, typical for moored applications

Depth rating

600 m (plastic) or 7000 m (titanium)

10500 m titanium housing available on request

Measurement range 120% of surface saturation
Initial accuracy 2% of saturation
Typical stability 0.5% per 1000 h

Further details can be found in the manufacturer's specification sheet.

Oceans 2025 Cruise D346 CTD instrument description

CTD unit and auxiliary sensors

The CTD system used on cruise D346 was a NOC 24-way stainless steel frame system consisting of a Sea-Bird 911 plus, with a Sea-Bird 32 carousel. The CTD frame was equipped with 20L Niskin bottles. In addition the CTD was fitted with a number of scientific sensors as detailed in the table below. During the cruise various problems with sensors required them to be replaced on the CTD frame (see Section 1 of the D346 cruise report). The table below shows which sensors were attached to the CTD frame and on which casts.

Sensor Serial Number Casts Last calibration date
SBE 911+ deck unit - 1-135,200,202 -
SBE 32 carousel - 1-135,200,202 -
Primary Temperature SBE-03P 4872 1-135,200,202 6 October 2009
Secondary Temperature SBE-03P 4381 1-67,69-135,200,202 25 August 2009
Secondary Temperature SBE-03P 2674 68 08 May 2009
Primary Conductivity SBE-04C 3258 1-41 5 October 2009
Primary Conductivity SBE-04C 3054 42-77,200 25 June 2009
Primary Conductivity SBE-04C 2231 78-135,202 8 May 2009
Secondary Conductivity SBE-04C 3052 1-95,200 10 September 2009
Secondary Conductivity SBE-04C 3258 96-135,200,202 05 October 2009
Dissolved oxygen sensor SBE-43 1624 1-36 22 April 2009
Dissolved oxygen sensor SBE-43 0621 37-135,200,202 17 October 2008
Pressure-Digiquartz 90573 1-135,200,202 20 October 2008
Benthos PSA-916T Altimeter 47597 1-135 -
Chelsea Aquatracka Fluorometer 088095 1-63,70-135,202 28 May 2009
Chelsea Alphatracka Transmissometer 161048 1-63,70-135,202 28 May 2008
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (aluminium cased) 9191 1-63,114-135 26 May 2009
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (titanium cased) 13399 70-72 19 November 2009
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (titanium cased) 13400 73-113,202 19 November 2009

Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 911 and SBE 917 series CTD profilers

The SBE 911 and SBE 917 series of conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD) units are used to collect hydrographic profiles, including temperature, conductivity and pressure as standard. Each profiler consists of an underwater unit and deck unit or SEARAM. Auxiliary sensors, such as fluorometers, dissolved oxygen sensors and transmissometers, and carousel water samplers are commonly added to the underwater unit.

Underwater unit

The CTD underwater unit (SBE 9 or SBE 9 plus) comprises a protective cage (usually with a carousel water sampler), including a main pressure housing containing power supplies, acquisition electronics, telemetry circuitry, and a suite of modular sensors. The original SBE 9 incorporated Sea-Bird's standard modular SBE 3 temperature sensor and SBE 4 conductivity sensor, and a Paroscientific Digiquartz pressure sensor. The conductivity cell was connected to a pump-fed plastic tubing circuit that could include auxiliary sensors. Each SBE 9 unit was custom built to individual specification. The SBE 9 was replaced in 1997 by an off-the-shelf version, termed the SBE 9 plus, that incorporated the SBE 3 plus (or SBE 3P) temperature sensor, SBE 4C conductivity sensor and a Paroscientific Digiquartz pressure sensor. Sensors could be connected to a pump-fed plastic tubing circuit or stand-alone.

Temperature, conductivity and pressure sensors

The conductivity, temperature, and pressure sensors supplied with Sea-Bird CTD systems have outputs in the form of variable frequencies, which are measured using high-speed parallel counters. The resulting count totals are converted to numeric representations of the original frequencies, which bear a direct relationship to temperature, conductivity or pressure. Sampling frequencies for these sensors are typically set at 24 Hz.

The temperature sensing element is a glass-coated thermistor bead, pressure-protected inside a stainless steel tube, while the conductivity sensing element is a cylindrical, flow-through, borosilicate glass cell with three internal platinum electrodes. Thermistor resistance or conductivity cell resistance, respectively, is the controlling element in an optimized Wien Bridge oscillator circuit, which produces a frequency output that can be converted to a temperature or conductivity reading. These sensors are available with depth ratings of 6800 m (aluminium housing) or 10500 m (titanium housing). The Paroscientific Digiquartz pressure sensor comprises a quartz crystal resonator that responds to pressure-induced stress, and temperature is measured for thermal compensation of the calculated pressure.

Additional sensors

Optional sensors for dissolved oxygen, pH, light transmission, fluorescence and others do not require the very high levels of resolution needed in the primary CTD channels, nor do these sensors generally offer variable frequency outputs. Accordingly, signals from the auxiliary sensors are acquired using a conventional voltage-input multiplexed A/D converter (optional). Some Sea-Bird CTDs use a strain gauge pressure sensor (Senso-Metrics) in which case their pressure output data is in the same form as that from the auxiliary sensors as described above.

Deck unit or SEARAM

Each underwater unit is connected to a power supply and data logging system: the SBE 11 (or SBE 11 plus) deck unit allows real-time interfacing between the deck and the underwater unit via a conductive wire, while the submersible SBE 17 (or SBE 17 plus) SEARAM plugs directly into the underwater unit and data are downloaded on recovery of the CTD. The combination of SBE 9 and SBE 17 or SBE 11 are termed SBE 917 or SBE 911, respectively, while the combinations of SBE 9 plus and SBE 17 plus or SBE 11 plus are termed SBE 917 plus or SBE 911 plus.

Specifications

Specifications for the SBE 9 plus underwater unit are listed below:

Parameter Range Initial accuracy Resolution at 24 Hz Response time
Temperature -5 to 35°C 0.001°C 0.0002°C 0.065 sec
Conductivity 0 to 7 S m-1 0.0003 S m-1 0.00004 S m-1 0.065 sec (pumped)
Pressure 0 to full scale (1400, 2000, 4200, 6800 or 10500 m) 0.015% of full scale 0.001% of full scale 0.015 sec

Further details can be found in the manufacturer's specification sheet.

Aquatracka fluorometer

The Chelsea Instruments Aquatracka is a logarithmic response fluorometer. It uses a pulsed (5.5 Hz) xenon light source discharging between 320 and 800 nm through a blue filter with a peak transmission of 420 nm and a bandwidth at half maximum of 100 nm. A red filter with sharp cut off, 10% transmission at 664 nm and 678 nm, is used to pass chlorophyll-a fluorescence to the sample photodiode.

The instrument may be deployed either in a through-flow tank, on a CTD frame or moored with a data logging package.

Further details can be found in the manufacturer's specification sheet.

Chelsea Technologies Group ALPHAtracka and ALPHAtracka II transmissometers

The Chelsea Technologies Group ALPHAtracka (the Mark I) and its successor, the ALPHAtracka II (the Mark II), are both accurate (< 0.3 % fullscale) transmissometers that measure the beam attenuation coefficient at 660 nm. Green (565 nm), yellow (590 nm) and blue (470 nm) wavelength variants are available on special order.

The instrument consists of a Transmitter/Reference Assembly and a Detector Assembly aligned and spaced apart by an open support frame. The housing and frame are both manufactured in titanium and are pressure rated to 6000 m depth.

The Transmitter/Reference housing is sealed by an end cap. Inside the housing an LED light source emits a collimated beam through a sealed window. The Detector housing is also sealed by an end cap. A signal photodiode is placed behind a sealed window to receive the collimated beam from the Transmitter.

The primary difference between the ALPHAtracka and ALPHAtracka II is that the Alphatracka II is implemented with surface-mount technology; this has enabled a much smaller diameter pressure housing to be used while retaining exactly the same optical train as in the Mark I. Data from the Mark II version are thus fully compatible with that already obtained with the Mark I. The performance of the Mark II is further enhanced by two electronic developments from Chelsea Technologies Group - firstly, all items are locked in a signal nulling loop of near infinite gain and, secondly, the signal output linearity is inherently defined by digital circuitry only.

Among other advantages noted above, these features ensure that the optical intensity of the Mark II, indicated by the output voltage, is accurately represented by a straight line interpolation between a reading near full-scale under known conditions and a zero reading when blanked off.

For optimum measurements in a wide range of environmental conditions, the Mark I and Mark II are available in 5 cm, 10 cm and 25 cm path length versions. Output is default factory set to 2.5 volts but can be adjusted to 5 volts on request.

Further details about the Mark II instrument are available from the Chelsea Technologies Group ALPHAtrackaII specification sheet.

Oceans 2025 Cruise D346 BODC CTD data processing

The data arrived at BODC in 137 MSTAR format files representing the CTD casts conducted during cruise D346. The data contained in the files are the downcast data averaged to a 2db pressure grid. The casts were reformatted to BODC's internal netCDF format. The following table shows the mapping of variables within the MSTAR files to appropriate BODC parameter codes:

Originator's variable Units Originator's description BODC parameter code Units Comments
press dbar Pressure exerted by the water column PRESPR01 dbar Manufacturer's calibration applied.
temp °C Temperature of the water column by CTD TEMPCU01 °C ITS-90
This parameter represents the first choice sensor data, which was collected from the secondary temperature sensor for casts 1-49 and the primary temperature sensor for casts 50-135, 200 and 202.
temp1 °C Temperature of the water column by CTD (primary sensor) TEMPCU02 °C ITS-90
Data not transferred for casts 50-135, 200 and 202 as these data were deemed to be the first choice sensor data and have been duplicated in the temp channel.
temp2 °C Temperature of the water column by CTD (secondary sensor) TEMPCU02 °C ITS-90
Data not transferred for casts 1-49 as these data were deemed to be the first choice sensor data and have been duplicated in the temp channel.
cond mS/cm Electrical conductivity of the water column CNDCST01 S/m /10
Calibrated by data originator with discrete salinity samples.This parameter represents the first choice sensor data, which was collected from the secondary conductivity sensor for casts 1-49 and the primary conductivity sensor for casts 50-135, 200 and 202.
cond1 mS/cm Electrical conductivity of the water column (Primary sensor) CNDCST02 S/m /10
Data not transferred for casts 50-135, 200 and 202 as these data were deemed to be the first choice sensor data and have been duplicated in the cond channel
cond2 mS/cm Electrical conductivity of the water column (Secondary sensor) CNDCST02 S/m /10
Data not transferred for casts 1-49 as these data were deemed to be the first choice sensor data and have been duplicated in the cond channel.
psal - Practical salinity of the water column PSALCC01 - Calculated by data originator using calibrated conductivity.
This parameter represents the first choice sensor data, which was derived from data collected from the secondary conductivity sensor for casts 1-49 and the primary conductivity sensor for casts 50-135, 200 and 202.
psal1 - Practical salinity of the water column (Primary sensor data) PSALCU02 - Calculated by data originator using uncalibrated conductivity.
Data not transferred for casts 50-135, 200 and 202 as these data were deemed to be the first choice data and have been duplicated in the psal channel
psal2 - Practical salinity of the water column (Secondary sensor data) PSALCU02 - Calculated by data originator using uncalibrated conductivity.
Data not transferred for casts 1-49 as these data were deemed to be the first choice data and have been duplicated in the psal channel
oxygen µmol/kg Concentration of oxygen per unit volume of the water body. DOXYSC01 µmol/l Unit conversion applied during transfer.
Calibrated by data originator using discrete oxygen samples.
fluor µg/l Concentration of chlorophyll-a per unit volume of the water body CPHLPM01 mg/m3 No unit conversion is necessary as µg/l are equivalent to mg/m3
transmittance % Transmittance per length of water body POPTDR01 % -
potemp °C Potential temperature of the water column POTMCV01 °C Not transferred
potemp1 °C Potential temperature of the water column (Primary sensor) POTMCV02 °C Not transferred
potemp2 °C Potential temperature of the water column (Secondary sensor) POTMCV02 °C Not transferred
depth metres Depth below surface converted from pressure using UNESCO algorithm DEPHPR01 metres Not transferred
altimeter metres Depth below surface by altimeter - - Not transferred
time seconds Time in seconds since the origin defined in the metadata field data_time_origin - - Not transferred

The reformatted data were visualised using the in-house EDSERPLO software. Suspect data were marked by adding an appropriate quality control flag, and missing data marked by setting both the data to an appropriate value and setting the quality control flag. In addition any data outside of the allocated range for each parameter have been flagged as null and values set to absent data value for that parameter.

Detailed metadata and documentation were compiled and linked to the data.

Oceans 2025 Cruise D346 Originator's CTD data processing

Sampling Strategy

A total of 137 CTD casts were performed during the cruise which aimed to attempt to calculate the transport of water and its constituents along a latitude of 24°N, completing a section across the Atlantic from North America to Africa, beginning and ending at the edge of the continental shelf. Of the 137 CTD stations occupied, 2 (Casts 200 and 202) were bottle blank stations run for the CFC team, so the principle data collected along the 24°N section comprised of 135 stations. In addition a number of instruments were mounted onto the CTD frame including an LADCP, fluorometer, transmissometer and a dissolved oxygen sensor. Instruments not pressure rated below 6000m were removed for the duration of the deeper casts (Casts 64-69 and 200). Some data for certain parameters are, therefore, unavailable for deeper casts. The chronological order of the casts were as follows: 1-64, 200, 65-100, 202, 101-135.

Data Processing

Raw CTD data were transferred from the Sea-Bird deck unit to a LINUX machine via Sea-Bird software. The binary files are converted using Sea-Bird processing software (SBE Data Processing v7.19). ALIGNCTD was run to advance the oxygen measurements by 5 seconds, ensuring the calculations of dissolved oxygen concentration are made using measurements from the same parcel of water. CELLTM was run to minimise salinity spiking in steep vertical gradients applying two constants; the thermal anomaly amplitude alpha=0.03 and thermal anomaly time constant 1/ß=7. The ASCII files were converted to MSTAR format, averaging 24Hz data to 1Hz data, and calculating salinity and potential temperature in addition to recording the first choice conductivity-temperature sensor pair for each station.

A correction for downcast-upcast sensor hysteresis was made during the MSTAR processing, applying an algorithm provided by Sea-Bird for oxygen concentration values measured by the SBE 43 sensor.

The algorithm used was as follows:

Oxnewconc = {(Oxygenconc (i) + (Oxnewconc (i-1) x C x D))-(Oxygenconc (i-1) x C)}/D

where D = 1 + H1 x (exponential(P(i)/H2)-1) and C = exponential(-1 x (Time(i)-Time(i-1))/H3)

and i = indexing variable, P = pressure (db), Time = time (seconds), H1 = amplitude of hysteresis correction function (-0.028 for the first oxygen sensor and 0.037 for the second), H2 = function constant (5000 for both oxygen sensors), H3 = time constant for hysteresis (2500 for the first and 1450 for the second oxygen sensor).

In addition a number of minor spurious features were identified in the oxygen and conductivity channels, including spikes associated with CTD telemetry failures and spikes at the beginning and end of a cast where bad start and end scan numbers were chosen. Such problems were resolved during processing by adjusting the start and end scan numbers of files to omit bad data or by removing spikes using a median de-spiking routine.

Further details of this processing routine can be found in the D346 cruise report.

Field Calibrations

Upcast conductivity from the first choice sensor was calibrated against conductivity derived from bottle samples. The final calibration ratios applied to the secondary, second primary and third primary conductivity sensors were 0.9999719, 1.0000574 and 1.0000285, respectively. In addition bottle-CTD conductivity residuals showed some structure against pressure believed to be related to sensor performance. Calibrations were, therefore, applied by correcting conductivity values using an additive factor decided by a pressure lookup table. This table was created for each sensor by calculating median offset in pressure bins. Application of the calibration ratios and pressure corrections reduced rms offset of salinity offset from 0.00128, 0.00238 and 0.00202 to 0.00073, 0.00119 and 0.00064 for the secondary, second primary and third primary conductivity sensors, respectively.

Following the hysteresis correction applied to the oxygen data, upcast oxygen concentrations for each sensor were calibrated against oxygen concentrations derived from bottle samples. For the first oxygen sensor, bottle and CTD oxygen showed a clear linear relationship. Subsequently a multiplicative correction factor, calculated as the median ratio between bottle and CTD oxygen, was applied. This was calculated and applied in bulk for stations 1-22. For stations 23-36 the correction was calculated and applied on a station by station basis to account for the gradual degradation in sensor performance over this period. For the second oxygen sensor, bottle oxygen and CTD oxygen concentration offset was typically > 10µmol/kg, however, a linear relationship was less obvious. Bottle-CTD offset was reduced to ±2µmol/kg by applying a combined second order pressure and first order temperature dependent offset to all data with a potential temperature <7.5°C with the pressure-temperature offset function calculated using a least-squares approach. For data with potential temperature >7.5°C, a simple offset of 7µmol/kg was added.


Project Information

Oceans 2025 - The NERC Marine Centres' Strategic Research Programme 2007-2012

Who funds the programme?

The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funds the Oceans 2025 programme, which was originally planned in the context of NERC's 2002-2007 strategy and later realigned to NERC's subsequent strategy (Next Generation Science for Planet Earth; NERC 2007).

Who is involved in the programme?

The Oceans 2025 programme was designed by and is to be implemented through seven leading UK marine centres. The marine centres work together in coordination and are also supported by cooperation and input from government bodies, universities and other partners. The seven marine centres are:

  • National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS)
  • Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
  • Marine Biological Association (MBA)
  • Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Marine Science (SAHFOS)
  • Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory (POL)
  • Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)
  • Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU)

Oceans2025 provides funding to three national marine facilities, which provide services to the wider UK marine community, in addition to the Oceans 2025 community. These facilities are:

  • British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), hosted at POL
  • Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL), hosted at POL
  • Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa (CCAP), hosted at SAMS

The NERC-run Strategic Ocean Funding Initiative (SOFI) provides additional support to the programme by funding additional research projects and studentships that closely complement the Oceans 2025 programme, primarily through universities.

What is the programme about?

Oceans 2025 sets out to address some key challenges that face the UK as a result of a changing marine environment. The research funded through the programme sets out to increase understanding of the size, nature and impacts of these changes, with the aim to:

  • improve knowledge of how the seas behave, not just now but in the future;
  • help assess what that might mean for the Earth system and for society;
  • assist in developing sustainable solutions for the management of marine resources for future generations;
  • enhance the research capabilities and facilities available for UK marine science.

In order to address these aims there are nine science themes supported by the Oceans 2025 programme:

  • Climate, circulation and sea level (Theme 1)
  • Marine biogeochemical cycles (Theme 2)
  • Shelf and coastal processes (Theme 3)
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning (Theme 4)
  • Continental margins and deep ocean (Theme 5)
  • Sustainable marine resources (Theme 6)
  • Technology development (Theme 8)
  • Next generation ocean prediction (Theme 9)
  • Integration of sustained observations in the marine environment (Theme 10)

In the original programme proposal there was a theme on health and human impacts (Theme 7). The elements of this Theme have subsequently been included in Themes 3 and 9.

When is the programme active?

The programme started in April 2007 with funding for 5 years.

Brief summary of the programme fieldwork/data

Programme fieldwork and data collection are to be achieved through:

  • physical, biological and chemical parameters sampling throughout the North and South Atlantic during collaborative research cruises aboard NERC's research vessels RRS Discovery, RRS James Cook and RRS James Clark Ross;
  • the Continuous Plankton Recorder being deployed by SAHFOS in the North Atlantic and North Pacific on 'ships of opportunity';
  • physical parameters measured and relayed in near real-time by fixed moorings and ARGO floats;
  • coastal and shelf sea observatory data (Liverpool Bay Coastal Observatory (LBCO) and Western Channel Observatory (WCO)) using the RV Prince Madog and RV Quest.

The data is to be fed into models for validation and future projections. Greater detail can be found in the Theme documents.


Oceans 2025 Theme 1, Work Package 1.2: Atlantic Circulation and Transports

This Work Package is run by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS) and aims to establish whether the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) is slowing down, and to relate this to changes in regional storage of heat, freshwater and carbon.

More detailed information on this Work Package is available at pages 8 - 10 of the official Oceans 2025 Theme 1 document: Oceans 2025 Theme 1

Weblink: http://www.oceans2025.org/


Oceans 2025 Theme 10, Sustained Observation Activity 3: Monitoring the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

The Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) is the key component of ocean circulation in the Atlantic responding to climate change. Under the NERC directed programme Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) two arrays of instruments have been positioned in the ocean to monitor the MOC, one at 26.5 °N to capture the southward flow at depth, and the Western Atlantic Variability Experiment (WAVE) array across the Canadian-US continental slope, closer to the presumed source variations. Sustained Observation Activity (SO) 3 will continue these measurements to observe the strength and structure of the MOC, working closely with Oceans 2025 Theme 1 and the RAPID-WATCH directed programme.

There are two elements to this SO activity. SO 3.1. relates to the E-W mooring array in the mid-North Atlantic at 26.5 °N while SO 3.2. is concerned with the Western Atlantic array between Cape Cod and the Grand Banks.

Aims and Purpose of SO 3.1.

  • The purpose of the observing system is to measure and understand the current state and variability of the MOC. The results will help assess the risks of rapid climate change from a slow down in the MOC, by providing the necessary data for coupled climate models to predict future climate. This work will be carried out by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS).

Aims and Purpose of SO 3.2.

  • The overall aim is to maintain and service the WAVE monitoring array, to measure changes in the North Atlantic thermohaline circulation along the western boundary of the North Atlantic. This array complements the NOC 26.5 °N meridional section by providing information from north of the Gulf Stream, closer to the presumed source of variations in MOC. This work will be supported by the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory (POL).

More detailed information on this Work Package is available at pages 11 - 14 of the official Oceans 2025 Theme 10 document: Oceans 2025 Theme 10

Weblink: http://www.oceans2025.org/


Data Activity or Cruise Information

Cruise

Cruise Name D346
Departure Date 2010-01-05
Arrival Date 2010-02-19
Principal Scientist(s)Brian A King (National Oceanography Centre, Southampton)
Ship RRS Discovery

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here


Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station Name24.5 degrees N Hydrographic Transatlantic section - A05
CategoryOffshore route/traverse

24.5 degrees N Hydrographic Transatlantic section - A05

The hydrographic transatlantic section at 24.5 degrees North has been occupied 8 times, namely in 1957, 1981, 1992, 1998, 2004, 2010, 2015 and 2020. The section is an attempt to calculate the transports of water and its constituents (heat, salinity, nutrients, biological productivity) along this latitude, and to compare the data so that the degree of change in the North Atlantic transports can be revealed. The Hydrographic Programme of the international World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) designated this section as A05. Since WOCE, the section occupations contribute to the Global Ocean Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP).

Map of stations

BODC image

The station positions for most of the occupied sections are shown in the above figures. Sections occupied in 1957, 1981, 1992, 1998 and 2004 are shown in the upper figure. The section occupied in 2010 is shown in the lower figure.

The 1957 and 1992 sections each went zonally along 24.5 degrees N from the African coast to the Bahama Islands. Because of diplomatic clearance issues, the 1981, 1998, 2004, 2010 and 2015 sections angled southwestward from the African coast at about 28 degrees N to join the 24.5 degrees N section at about 23 degrees W. The 1998, 2004 and 2010 sections angled northwestward at about 73 degrees W to finish the section along 26.5 degrees N. The 2010 and 2020 sections deviated from the previous sections across the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) in order to sample the deepest channel and capture the passage of the deep water across the MAR.

Table 1: Occupations of the section

Year Cruise Reference
1957 - Fuglister (1960)
1981 - Roemmich and Wunsch (1985)
1992 RV Hesperides HE06 Parilla et al. (1994)
1998 RV Ronald H. Brown Baringer and Molinari (1999)
2004 RRS Discovery D279 Bryden et al. (2005b)
2010 RRS Discovery D346 King et al. (2012)
2015 RRS Discovery DY040 King et al. (2016)
2020 RRS James Cook JC191 Sanchez-Franks, A. (2020)

References

Baringer, M. O. N. and R. L. Molinari, 1999. Atlantic Ocean baroclinic heat flux at 24 to 26?N. Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 353-356.

Bryden, H. L., H. R. Longworth, and S. Cunningham, 2005b. Slowing of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 25?N. Nature, 438, 655-657.

Fuglister, F. C., 1960. Atlantic Ocean Atlas of Temperature and Salinity Profiles and Data from the International Geophysical Year of 1957-1958. Vol. 1, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Atlas Series, WHOI, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

King, B. A. et al., 2012. RRS Discovery Cruise 346, 05 Jan-19 Feb 2010. The 2010 transatlantic hydrography section at 24.5N. Southampton, UK, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, 177pp. (National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report, No. 16).

King, B. A. et al., 2016. RRS Discovery Cruise DY040 (RAGNARoCC), 06 Dec 2015 - 22 Jan 2016. The 2015 transatlantic hydrography section at 24.5N. Southampton, UK, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, 159pp. (National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report).

Parilla, G., A.Lavin, H. Bryden, M. Garcia, and R. Millard, 1994. Rising temperatures in the subtropical North Atlantic Ocean over the past 35 years. Nature, 369, 48-51.

Roemmich, D. and C. Wunsch, 1985. Two transatlantic sections: meridional circulation and heat flux in the subtropical North Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research, 32, 619-664.

Sanchez-Franks, A., 2020. RRS James Cook Cruise JC191, 19 January - 1 March 2020. Hydrographic sections from the Florida Straits to the Canaries Current across 24N in the Atlantic Ocean. Southampton, UK, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, 262pp. (National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report, No. 70).

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
B nominal value
Q value below limit of quantification

Appendix 1: 24.5 degrees N Hydrographic Transatlantic section - A05

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Series IdentifierData CategoryStart date/timeStart positionCruise
670065Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-04 15:03:4826.52083 N, 78.76967 WRRS Discovery D279
669236Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-04 16:25:0526.49567 N, 78.86267 WRRS Discovery D279
808729Bathymetry2004-04-04 16:43:0026.4933 N, 78.9181 WRRS Discovery D279
808717Meteorology -unspecified2004-04-04 16:43:0026.4933 N, 78.9181 WRRS Discovery D279
808705Surface temp/sal2004-04-04 16:43:0026.4933 N, 78.9181 WRRS Discovery D279
1058174CTD or STD cast2004-04-04 17:51:0026.48517 N, 79.005 WRRS Discovery D279
669248Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-05 00:00:0827.0 N, 79.385 WRRS Discovery D279
670077Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-05 00:01:5127.0 N, 79.38733 WRRS Discovery D279
1058186CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 06:21:0027.01383 N, 79.93633 WRRS Discovery D279
1058198CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 08:25:0027.02917 N, 79.8625 WRRS Discovery D279
1058205CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 10:11:0027.0175 N, 79.77617 WRRS Discovery D279
1058217CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 12:50:0027.01467 N, 79.6825 WRRS Discovery D279
1058229CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 15:45:0027.01533 N, 79.6175 WRRS Discovery D279
1058230CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 18:39:0027.0155 N, 79.5035 WRRS Discovery D279
1058242CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 21:15:0027.01483 N, 79.388 WRRS Discovery D279
1058254CTD or STD cast2004-04-05 23:26:0027.00067 N, 79.28067 WRRS Discovery D279
669261Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-06 00:00:0827.00333 N, 79.28133 WRRS Discovery D279
670089Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-06 00:01:5727.00367 N, 79.2815 WRRS Discovery D279
1058266CTD or STD cast2004-04-06 01:40:0026.99867 N, 79.19433 WRRS Discovery D279
1058278CTD or STD cast2004-04-06 17:39:0026.507 N, 76.92733 WRRS Discovery D279
669273Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-07 00:00:1125.887 N, 77.46883 WRRS Discovery D279
670090Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-07 08:50:3126.38083 N, 78.58417 WRRS Discovery D279
1058291CTD or STD cast2004-04-07 20:51:0026.508 N, 76.92733 WRRS Discovery D279
1058309CTD or STD cast2004-04-07 22:45:0026.52717 N, 76.80633 WRRS Discovery D279
669285Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-08 00:00:1426.53633 N, 76.804 WRRS Discovery D279
670108Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-08 00:02:3526.537 N, 76.804 WRRS Discovery D279
1058310CTD or STD cast2004-04-08 02:38:0026.51267 N, 76.78183 WRRS Discovery D279
1058322CTD or STD cast2004-04-08 07:02:0026.51533 N, 76.7455 WRRS Discovery D279
1058334CTD or STD cast2004-04-08 12:49:0026.5085 N, 76.68817 WRRS Discovery D279
1058346CTD or STD cast2004-04-08 19:07:0026.5075 N, 76.6375 WRRS Discovery D279
669297Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-09 00:00:1826.49267 N, 76.61167 WRRS Discovery D279
670121Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-09 00:02:3926.4925 N, 76.61133 WRRS Discovery D279
1058358CTD or STD cast2004-04-09 06:33:0026.49917 N, 76.528 WRRS Discovery D279
1058371CTD or STD cast2004-04-09 13:30:0026.5005 N, 76.429 WRRS Discovery D279
1058383CTD or STD cast2004-04-09 19:44:0026.49233 N, 76.302 WRRS Discovery D279
669304Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-10 00:00:1726.48233 N, 76.299 WRRS Discovery D279
670133Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-10 00:01:2326.4825 N, 76.298 WRRS Discovery D279
1058395CTD or STD cast2004-04-10 01:18:0026.487 N, 76.20983 WRRS Discovery D279
1058402CTD or STD cast2004-04-10 07:32:0026.49883 N, 76.09567 WRRS Discovery D279
1058414CTD or STD cast2004-04-10 12:50:0026.5025 N, 75.91033 WRRS Discovery D279
1058426CTD or STD cast2004-04-10 17:56:0026.49167 N, 75.70367 WRRS Discovery D279
1058438CTD or STD cast2004-04-10 23:18:0026.482 N, 75.5145 WRRS Discovery D279
669316Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-11 00:00:2026.48567 N, 75.51267 WRRS Discovery D279
670145Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-11 00:01:3026.4855 N, 75.51267 WRRS Discovery D279
1058451CTD or STD cast2004-04-11 04:40:0026.4915 N, 75.3075 WRRS Discovery D279
1058463CTD or STD cast2004-04-11 10:01:0026.51533 N, 75.0745 WRRS Discovery D279
1058475CTD or STD cast2004-04-11 15:36:0026.5105 N, 74.7975 WRRS Discovery D279
1058487CTD or STD cast2004-04-11 17:37:0026.50933 N, 74.789 WRRS Discovery D279
1058499CTD or STD cast2004-04-11 23:35:0026.52 N, 74.49667 WRRS Discovery D279
669328Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-12 00:00:2326.51167 N, 74.50683 WRRS Discovery D279
670157Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-12 00:01:3526.51183 N, 74.5065 WRRS Discovery D279
1058506CTD or STD cast2004-04-12 04:44:0026.5095 N, 74.2365 WRRS Discovery D279
1058518CTD or STD cast2004-04-12 09:53:0026.50117 N, 73.93 WRRS Discovery D279
1058531CTD or STD cast2004-04-12 15:34:0026.51033 N, 73.56367 WRRS Discovery D279
1058543CTD or STD cast2004-04-12 21:16:0026.4995 N, 73.19567 WRRS Discovery D279
669341Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-13 00:00:2326.49967 N, 73.1775 WRRS Discovery D279
670169Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-13 00:01:3826.49967 N, 73.177 WRRS Discovery D279
1058555CTD or STD cast2004-04-13 03:17:0026.50217 N, 72.847 WRRS Discovery D279
1058567CTD or STD cast2004-04-13 10:09:0026.49967 N, 72.486 WRRS Discovery D279
1058579CTD or STD cast2004-04-13 16:59:0026.48817 N, 72.0065 WRRS Discovery D279
1058580CTD or STD cast2004-04-13 22:59:0026.483 N, 71.75167 WRRS Discovery D279
669353Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-14 00:00:2626.48417 N, 71.74883 WRRS Discovery D279
670170Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-14 00:01:4226.484 N, 71.74883 WRRS Discovery D279
1058592CTD or STD cast2004-04-14 05:43:0026.50817 N, 71.34333 WRRS Discovery D279
1058611CTD or STD cast2004-04-14 11:50:0026.49 N, 70.98683 WRRS Discovery D279
1058623CTD or STD cast2004-04-14 18:37:0026.13383 N, 70.60133 WRRS Discovery D279
669365Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-15 00:00:2925.89667 N, 70.37383 WRRS Discovery D279
670182Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-15 00:01:4625.89333 N, 70.371 WRRS Discovery D279
1058635CTD or STD cast2004-04-15 01:16:0025.76517 N, 70.23817 WRRS Discovery D279
1058647CTD or STD cast2004-04-15 08:00:0025.38033 N, 69.87733 WRRS Discovery D279
1058659CTD or STD cast2004-04-15 15:03:0025.00083 N, 69.50617 WRRS Discovery D279
1058660CTD or STD cast2004-04-15 22:49:0024.49417 N, 69.14683 WRRS Discovery D279
669377Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-16 00:00:3024.49467 N, 69.144 WRRS Discovery D279
670194Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-16 00:01:5024.49467 N, 69.14417 WRRS Discovery D279
1058672CTD or STD cast2004-04-16 06:51:0024.50883 N, 68.4135 WRRS Discovery D279
1058684CTD or STD cast2004-04-16 14:59:0024.51067 N, 67.67067 WRRS Discovery D279
1058696CTD or STD cast2004-04-16 22:38:0024.48733 N, 66.92317 WRRS Discovery D279
669389Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-17 00:00:3324.48767 N, 66.924 WRRS Discovery D279
670201Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-17 00:01:5624.48767 N, 66.92383 WRRS Discovery D279
1058703CTD or STD cast2004-04-17 06:16:0024.50283 N, 66.19233 WRRS Discovery D279
1058715CTD or STD cast2004-04-17 13:46:0024.49567 N, 65.4635 WRRS Discovery D279
1058727CTD or STD cast2004-04-17 21:36:0024.50917 N, 64.65933 WRRS Discovery D279
669390Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-18 00:00:3724.51317 N, 64.6635 WRRS Discovery D279
670213Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-18 00:02:0024.51317 N, 64.66367 WRRS Discovery D279
1058739CTD or STD cast2004-04-18 05:20:0024.49783 N, 64.00117 WRRS Discovery D279
1058740CTD or STD cast2004-04-18 13:33:0024.505 N, 63.268 WRRS Discovery D279
1058752CTD or STD cast2004-04-18 21:28:0024.504 N, 62.528 WRRS Discovery D279
669408Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-19 00:00:3724.502 N, 62.53 WRRS Discovery D279
670225Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-19 00:02:0524.502 N, 62.53 WRRS Discovery D279
1058764CTD or STD cast2004-04-19 05:19:0024.5075 N, 61.7985 WRRS Discovery D279
1058776CTD or STD cast2004-04-19 13:06:0024.50117 N, 61.063 WRRS Discovery D279
1058788CTD or STD cast2004-04-19 21:00:0024.512 N, 60.32317 WRRS Discovery D279
669421Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-20 00:00:4024.522 N, 60.31867 WRRS Discovery D279
670237Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-20 00:02:0924.52217 N, 60.3185 WRRS Discovery D279
1058807CTD or STD cast2004-04-20 05:10:0024.51533 N, 59.59183 WRRS Discovery D279
1058819CTD or STD cast2004-04-20 13:18:0024.49817 N, 58.85783 WRRS Discovery D279
1058820CTD or STD cast2004-04-20 20:51:0024.4995 N, 58.1325 WRRS Discovery D279
669433Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-21 00:00:4024.497 N, 58.13167 WRRS Discovery D279
670249Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-21 00:02:1524.49683 N, 58.13167 WRRS Discovery D279
1058832CTD or STD cast2004-04-21 04:40:0024.50217 N, 57.38867 WRRS Discovery D279
1058844CTD or STD cast2004-04-21 12:35:0024.49517 N, 56.66717 WRRS Discovery D279
1058856CTD or STD cast2004-04-21 20:18:0024.51683 N, 55.93533 WRRS Discovery D279
669445Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-22 00:00:4424.53217 N, 55.943 WRRS Discovery D279
670250Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-22 00:02:1924.5325 N, 55.94317 WRRS Discovery D279
1058868CTD or STD cast2004-04-22 04:24:0024.5045 N, 55.2125 WRRS Discovery D279
1058881CTD or STD cast2004-04-22 12:13:0024.49967 N, 54.47367 WRRS Discovery D279
1058893CTD or STD cast2004-04-22 19:54:0024.49433 N, 53.73617 WRRS Discovery D279
669457Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-23 00:00:4524.49033 N, 53.71083 WRRS Discovery D279
670262Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-23 00:02:2124.49083 N, 53.70517 WRRS Discovery D279
1058900CTD or STD cast2004-04-23 02:54:0024.49767 N, 53.17817 WRRS Discovery D279
1058912CTD or STD cast2004-04-23 09:52:0024.5045 N, 52.63733 WRRS Discovery D279
1058924CTD or STD cast2004-04-23 16:06:0024.49933 N, 52.1615 WRRS Discovery D279
1058936CTD or STD cast2004-04-23 23:07:0024.49967 N, 51.538 WRRS Discovery D279
669469Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-24 00:00:4724.49883 N, 51.53633 WRRS Discovery D279
670274Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-24 00:02:2624.499 N, 51.53633 WRRS Discovery D279
1058948CTD or STD cast2004-04-24 05:59:0024.50767 N, 50.997 WRRS Discovery D279
1058961CTD or STD cast2004-04-24 13:03:0024.4995 N, 50.44167 WRRS Discovery D279
1058973CTD or STD cast2004-04-24 19:22:0024.51017 N, 49.87517 WRRS Discovery D279
669470Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-25 00:00:4724.50883 N, 49.63033 WRRS Discovery D279
670286Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-25 00:02:3024.5085 N, 49.6245 WRRS Discovery D279
1058985CTD or STD cast2004-04-25 01:47:0024.50733 N, 49.334 WRRS Discovery D279
1058997CTD or STD cast2004-04-25 08:42:0024.49733 N, 48.77483 WRRS Discovery D279
1059000CTD or STD cast2004-04-25 16:05:0024.5055 N, 47.96267 WRRS Discovery D279
1059012CTD or STD cast2004-04-25 23:23:0024.49883 N, 47.12483 WRRS Discovery D279
669482Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-26 00:00:4924.498 N, 47.12617 WRRS Discovery D279
670298Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-26 00:02:1324.498 N, 47.12617 WRRS Discovery D279
1059024CTD or STD cast2004-04-26 05:05:0024.49583 N, 46.57467 WRRS Discovery D279
1059036CTD or STD cast2004-04-26 10:29:0024.4955 N, 46.0355 WRRS Discovery D279
1059048CTD or STD cast2004-04-26 15:41:0024.50483 N, 45.49033 WRRS Discovery D279
1059061CTD or STD cast2004-04-26 21:27:0024.48583 N, 44.94583 WRRS Discovery D279
669494Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-27 00:00:5124.46567 N, 44.961 WRRS Discovery D279
670305Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-27 00:02:1824.4655 N, 44.96133 WRRS Discovery D279
1059073CTD or STD cast2004-04-27 03:29:0024.502 N, 44.3955 WRRS Discovery D279
1059085CTD or STD cast2004-04-27 09:26:0024.50033 N, 43.84383 WRRS Discovery D279
1059097CTD or STD cast2004-04-27 16:18:0024.5095 N, 43.00717 WRRS Discovery D279
1059104CTD or STD cast2004-04-27 23:41:0024.499 N, 42.18417 WRRS Discovery D279
669501Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-28 00:00:5424.49883 N, 42.17967 WRRS Discovery D279
670317Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-28 00:02:2324.499 N, 42.17967 WRRS Discovery D279
1059116CTD or STD cast2004-04-28 06:08:0024.50867 N, 41.63983 WRRS Discovery D279
1059128CTD or STD cast2004-04-28 12:30:0024.50317 N, 41.09183 WRRS Discovery D279
1059141CTD or STD cast2004-04-28 20:10:0024.51183 N, 40.2815 WRRS Discovery D279
669513Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-29 00:00:5624.50817 N, 40.17767 WRRS Discovery D279
670329Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-29 00:02:2624.50783 N, 40.17283 WRRS Discovery D279
1059153CTD or STD cast2004-04-29 05:12:0024.49767 N, 39.245 WRRS Discovery D279
1059165CTD or STD cast2004-04-29 12:35:0024.499 N, 38.5235 WRRS Discovery D279
1059177CTD or STD cast2004-04-29 19:58:0024.499 N, 37.69517 WRRS Discovery D279
669525Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-30 00:00:5724.49667 N, 37.63267 WRRS Discovery D279
670330Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-04-30 00:02:3124.497 N, 37.62767 WRRS Discovery D279
1059189CTD or STD cast2004-04-30 04:00:0024.4895 N, 36.88 WRRS Discovery D279
1059190CTD or STD cast2004-04-30 11:34:0024.49267 N, 36.04583 WRRS Discovery D279
1059208CTD or STD cast2004-04-30 19:27:0024.5045 N, 35.22867 WRRS Discovery D279
669537Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-01 00:01:0124.50583 N, 34.99483 WRRS Discovery D279
670342Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-01 00:02:3724.5055 N, 34.98917 WRRS Discovery D279
1059221CTD or STD cast2004-05-01 03:08:0024.49567 N, 34.38933 WRRS Discovery D279
1059233CTD or STD cast2004-05-01 10:19:0024.49917 N, 33.57333 WRRS Discovery D279
1059245CTD or STD cast2004-05-01 18:36:0024.50967 N, 32.65717 WRRS Discovery D279
669549Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-02 00:01:0124.50667 N, 32.324 WRRS Discovery D279
670354Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-02 00:02:3924.50667 N, 32.3185 WRRS Discovery D279
1059257CTD or STD cast2004-05-02 03:05:0024.4995 N, 31.73083 WRRS Discovery D279
1059269CTD or STD cast2004-05-02 11:21:0024.49517 N, 30.81267 WRRS Discovery D279
1059270CTD or STD cast2004-05-02 19:32:0024.5015 N, 29.89 WRRS Discovery D279
669550Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-03 00:01:0224.502 N, 29.71967 WRRS Discovery D279
670366Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-03 00:01:0524.502 N, 29.7195 WRRS Discovery D279
1059282CTD or STD cast2004-05-03 03:53:0024.50283 N, 28.98767 WRRS Discovery D279
1059294CTD or STD cast2004-05-03 12:04:0024.50117 N, 28.06867 WRRS Discovery D279
1059301CTD or STD cast2004-05-03 20:13:0024.51183 N, 27.1485 WRRS Discovery D279
669562Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-04 00:01:0824.52783 N, 27.0845 WRRS Discovery D279
670378Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-04 00:01:1024.52783 N, 27.0845 WRRS Discovery D279
1059313CTD or STD cast2004-05-04 04:27:0024.499 N, 26.23133 WRRS Discovery D279
1059325CTD or STD cast2004-05-04 12:13:0024.50117 N, 25.31767 WRRS Discovery D279
1059337CTD or STD cast2004-05-04 20:22:0024.49533 N, 24.404 WRRS Discovery D279
669574Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-05 00:01:0624.4945 N, 24.3445 WRRS Discovery D279
670391Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-05 00:01:1424.49467 N, 24.34417 WRRS Discovery D279
1059349CTD or STD cast2004-05-05 04:31:0024.51333 N, 23.49467 WRRS Discovery D279
1059350CTD or STD cast2004-05-05 11:36:0024.73817 N, 22.82233 WRRS Discovery D279
1059362CTD or STD cast2004-05-05 18:40:0024.985 N, 22.1485 WRRS Discovery D279
669586Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-06 00:01:1025.13767 N, 21.69683 WRRS Discovery D279
670409Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-06 00:01:1825.13783 N, 21.69633 WRRS Discovery D279
1059374CTD or STD cast2004-05-06 01:18:0025.22167 N, 21.47767 WRRS Discovery D279
1059386CTD or STD cast2004-05-06 08:20:0025.45017 N, 20.8045 WRRS Discovery D279
1059398CTD or STD cast2004-05-06 16:19:0025.64983 N, 20.24267 WRRS Discovery D279
669598Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-07 00:01:1125.93033 N, 19.48033 WRRS Discovery D279
670410Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-07 00:01:2225.9305 N, 19.48033 WRRS Discovery D279
1059405CTD or STD cast2004-05-07 07:40:0025.92033 N, 19.48617 WRRS Discovery D279
1059417CTD or STD cast2004-05-07 13:35:0026.13367 N, 18.90983 WRRS Discovery D279
1059429CTD or STD cast2004-05-07 20:00:0026.3855 N, 18.16067 WRRS Discovery D279
669605Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-08 00:01:1426.47383 N, 17.85767 WRRS Discovery D279
670422Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-08 00:01:2726.474 N, 17.85683 WRRS Discovery D279
1059430CTD or STD cast2004-05-08 02:09:0026.5965 N, 17.469 WRRS Discovery D279
1059442CTD or STD cast2004-05-08 08:25:0026.8145 N, 16.7845 WRRS Discovery D279
1059454CTD or STD cast2004-05-08 15:31:0027.04317 N, 16.122 WRRS Discovery D279
1059466CTD or STD cast2004-05-08 20:50:0027.2335 N, 15.59217 WRRS Discovery D279
669617Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-09 00:01:1727.283 N, 15.4135 WRRS Discovery D279
670434Currents -subsurface Eulerian2004-05-09 00:01:3127.28317 N, 15.41283 WRRS Discovery D279
1059478CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 03:15:0027.43333 N, 14.86033 WRRS Discovery D279
1059491CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 08:34:0027.62067 N, 14.22867 WRRS Discovery D279
1059509CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 12:38:0027.82917 N, 13.8175 WRRS Discovery D279
1058149CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 15:21:0027.8525 N, 13.551 WRRS Discovery D279
1058150CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 17:16:0027.88 N, 13.42 WRRS Discovery D279
1058162CTD or STD cast2004-05-09 18:38:0027.91583 N, 13.37383 WRRS Discovery D279
1193136Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-01-06 07:37:2526.6371 N, 79.0754 WRRS Discovery D346
1028897Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-01-06 07:39:3526.6414 N, 79.0798 WRRS Discovery D346
1016859CTD or STD cast2010-01-06 16:49:4427.835 N, 78.8402 WRRS Discovery D346
1016860CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 04:19:5727.3382 N, 79.9475 WRRS Discovery D346
1016872CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 05:54:3327.3456 N, 79.8516 WRRS Discovery D346
1016884CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 07:51:4427.3518 N, 79.7548 WRRS Discovery D346
1016896CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 10:04:1627.3402 N, 79.6742 WRRS Discovery D346
1016903CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 12:41:2827.344 N, 79.5779 WRRS Discovery D346
1016915CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 15:33:2427.3443 N, 79.5024 WRRS Discovery D346
1016927CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 17:53:1127.3472 N, 79.4168 WRRS Discovery D346
1016939CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 20:23:3127.3335 N, 79.3357 WRRS Discovery D346
1016940CTD or STD cast2010-01-07 22:31:4827.3323 N, 79.2504 WRRS Discovery D346
1016952CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 00:16:5127.3352 N, 79.2083 WRRS Discovery D346
1016964CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 02:04:4527.3382 N, 79.1836 WRRS Discovery D346
1016976CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 04:01:5727.3347 N, 79.1742 WRRS Discovery D346
1016988CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 18:54:0926.5012 N, 76.9342 WRRS Discovery D346
1017003CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 20:35:5226.4989 N, 76.8648 WRRS Discovery D346
1017015CTD or STD cast2010-01-08 23:27:4026.5328 N, 76.8162 WRRS Discovery D346
1017027CTD or STD cast2010-01-09 03:13:1826.5032 N, 76.7821 WRRS Discovery D346
1017039CTD or STD cast2010-01-09 06:55:5826.4988 N, 76.8008 WRRS Discovery D346
1017040CTD or STD cast2010-01-09 10:02:5126.4957 N, 76.7613 WRRS Discovery D346
1017052CTD or STD cast2010-01-09 16:12:4026.4992 N, 76.6826 WRRS Discovery D346
1017064CTD or STD cast2010-01-09 23:15:1426.4971 N, 76.6298 WRRS Discovery D346
1017076CTD or STD cast2010-01-10 05:21:1926.4961 N, 76.5379 WRRS Discovery D346
1017088CTD or STD cast2010-01-10 13:48:1926.4837 N, 76.4433 WRRS Discovery D346
1017107CTD or STD cast2010-01-10 19:47:2426.4959 N, 76.3029 WRRS Discovery D346
1017119CTD or STD cast2010-01-11 01:49:1326.4871 N, 76.2249 WRRS Discovery D346
1017120CTD or STD cast2010-01-11 13:50:3826.4958 N, 76.1087 WRRS Discovery D346
1017132CTD or STD cast2010-01-11 19:54:2126.5018 N, 75.9088 WRRS Discovery D346
1017144CTD or STD cast2010-01-12 02:11:1726.4985 N, 75.726 WRRS Discovery D346
1017156CTD or STD cast2010-01-12 07:56:0326.5005 N, 75.5089 WRRS Discovery D346
1017168CTD or STD cast2010-01-12 13:26:3726.4969 N, 75.312 WRRS Discovery D346
1017181CTD or STD cast2010-01-12 19:12:2326.5032 N, 75.0731 WRRS Discovery D346
1017200CTD or STD cast2010-01-13 06:37:2226.498 N, 74.5169 WRRS Discovery D346
1017212CTD or STD cast2010-01-13 12:17:2326.498 N, 74.2419 WRRS Discovery D346
1017224CTD or STD cast2010-01-13 18:01:5626.5031 N, 73.9388 WRRS Discovery D346
1017236CTD or STD cast2010-01-14 00:23:5826.5164 N, 73.5857 WRRS Discovery D346
1017248CTD or STD cast2010-01-14 07:00:2126.5102 N, 73.2055 WRRS Discovery D346
1017261CTD or STD cast2010-01-14 13:20:0126.5059 N, 72.8415 WRRS Discovery D346
1017273CTD or STD cast2010-01-14 20:04:0626.5077 N, 72.4638 WRRS Discovery D346
1017285CTD or STD cast2010-01-15 02:45:1726.5136 N, 72.1067 WRRS Discovery D346
1017297CTD or STD cast2010-01-15 09:36:1226.5137 N, 71.7189 WRRS Discovery D346
1017304CTD or STD cast2010-01-15 16:39:0226.4959 N, 71.3615 WRRS Discovery D346
1017316CTD or STD cast2010-01-15 23:14:4626.4757 N, 71.0042 WRRS Discovery D346
1017328CTD or STD cast2010-01-16 07:15:0826.1026 N, 70.6338 WRRS Discovery D346
1017341CTD or STD cast2010-01-16 15:26:3425.699 N, 70.2657 WRRS Discovery D346
1017353CTD or STD cast2010-01-16 23:16:0125.3052 N, 69.9027 WRRS Discovery D346
1017365CTD or STD cast2010-01-17 06:58:1224.9046 N, 69.5358 WRRS Discovery D346
1017377CTD or STD cast2010-01-17 14:35:1324.505 N, 69.1528 WRRS Discovery D346
1017389CTD or STD cast2010-01-17 23:07:4724.5094 N, 68.4072 WRRS Discovery D346
1017390CTD or STD cast2010-01-18 08:04:5124.5084 N, 67.67 WRRS Discovery D346
1017408CTD or STD cast2010-01-18 16:05:2224.4999 N, 66.9392 WRRS Discovery D346
1017421CTD or STD cast2010-01-19 00:15:4724.4991 N, 66.2105 WRRS Discovery D346
1017433CTD or STD cast2010-01-19 07:57:0324.5016 N, 65.4893 WRRS Discovery D346
1017445CTD or STD cast2010-01-19 16:43:4824.4989 N, 64.7677 WRRS Discovery D346
1017457CTD or STD cast2010-01-20 01:50:1224.5136 N, 64.0161 WRRS Discovery D346
1017469CTD or STD cast2010-01-20 10:06:2924.4954 N, 63.2919 WRRS Discovery D346
1017470CTD or STD cast2010-01-20 18:06:5124.5011 N, 62.5559 WRRS Discovery D346
1017482CTD or STD cast2010-01-21 02:46:1524.5084 N, 61.8063 WRRS Discovery D346
1017494CTD or STD cast2010-01-21 10:24:4724.5016 N, 61.0844 WRRS Discovery D346
1017501CTD or STD cast2010-01-21 18:17:5524.4995 N, 60.3471 WRRS Discovery D346
1017513CTD or STD cast2010-01-22 02:45:2024.5062 N, 59.6282 WRRS Discovery D346
1017525CTD or STD cast2010-01-22 11:17:4224.498 N, 58.8964 WRRS Discovery D346
1017537CTD or STD cast2010-01-22 19:59:3524.5018 N, 58.1505 WRRS Discovery D346
1017549CTD or STD cast2010-01-23 04:34:4924.502 N, 57.3985 WRRS Discovery D346
1018332CTD or STD cast2010-01-23 11:20:1224.4967 N, 57.0506 WRRS Discovery D346
1017550CTD or STD cast2010-01-23 19:57:1724.4891 N, 56.6897 WRRS Discovery D346
1017562CTD or STD cast2010-01-24 05:36:0924.4799 N, 55.9437 WRRS Discovery D346
1017574CTD or STD cast2010-01-24 18:34:5724.4963 N, 55.2389 WRRS Discovery D346
1017586CTD or STD cast2010-01-25 05:52:3824.5097 N, 54.4528 WRRS Discovery D346
1017598CTD or STD cast2010-01-25 15:08:5024.51 N, 53.938 WRRS Discovery D346
1017605CTD or STD cast2010-01-26 00:46:4824.8391 N, 53.3993 WRRS Discovery D346
1017617CTD or STD cast2010-01-26 09:38:1825.1108 N, 52.8405 WRRS Discovery D346
1017629CTD or STD cast2010-01-26 17:30:4025.0799 N, 52.2902 WRRS Discovery D346
1017630CTD or STD cast2010-01-27 12:19:1025.0222 N, 51.7532 WRRS Discovery D346
1017642CTD or STD cast2010-01-27 20:32:4124.9374 N, 51.1852 WRRS Discovery D346
1017654CTD or STD cast2010-01-28 03:37:1724.7984 N, 50.632 WRRS Discovery D346
1017666CTD or STD cast2010-01-28 10:38:1124.6687 N, 50.0899 WRRS Discovery D346
1017678CTD or STD cast2010-01-28 18:16:1824.5207 N, 49.5342 WRRS Discovery D346
1017691CTD or STD cast2010-01-29 02:26:4324.349 N, 49.0082 WRRS Discovery D346
1017709CTD or STD cast2010-01-29 09:37:2724.196 N, 48.473 WRRS Discovery D346
1017710CTD or STD cast2010-01-29 16:30:5324.0662 N, 47.9426 WRRS Discovery D346
1017722CTD or STD cast2010-01-29 23:57:3923.9755 N, 47.4087 WRRS Discovery D346
1017734CTD or STD cast2010-01-30 07:40:0323.8992 N, 46.8761 WRRS Discovery D346
1017746CTD or STD cast2010-01-30 15:19:4123.8739 N, 46.3337 WRRS Discovery D346
1017758CTD or STD cast2010-01-30 22:51:0423.7669 N, 45.802 WRRS Discovery D346
1017771CTD or STD cast2010-01-31 05:28:0423.7325 N, 45.27 WRRS Discovery D346
1017783CTD or STD cast2010-01-31 12:32:5423.6355 N, 44.7354 WRRS Discovery D346
1017795CTD or STD cast2010-01-31 19:19:5423.5353 N, 44.2091 WRRS Discovery D346
1017802CTD or STD cast2010-02-01 02:18:5923.45 N, 43.6718 WRRS Discovery D346
1017814CTD or STD cast2010-02-01 09:21:4623.3727 N, 43.1415 WRRS Discovery D346
1017826CTD or STD cast2010-02-01 16:18:4423.2503 N, 42.6004 WRRS Discovery D346
1017838CTD or STD cast2010-02-02 01:44:5223.3847 N, 41.7691 WRRS Discovery D346
1017851CTD or STD cast2010-02-02 10:05:1823.5204 N, 40.9444 WRRS Discovery D346
1017863CTD or STD cast2010-02-02 18:31:0423.6671 N, 40.1083 WRRS Discovery D346
1017875CTD or STD cast2010-02-03 03:18:3523.7994 N, 39.2622 WRRS Discovery D346
1017887CTD or STD cast2010-02-03 11:54:3123.9348 N, 38.4332 WRRS Discovery D346
1017899CTD or STD cast2010-02-03 20:50:0424.0895 N, 37.6111 WRRS Discovery D346
1017906CTD or STD cast2010-02-04 05:31:5624.2193 N, 36.7698 WRRS Discovery D346
1017918CTD or STD cast2010-02-04 13:54:1224.3634 N, 35.9273 WRRS Discovery D346
1017931CTD or STD cast2010-02-05 00:52:1524.5062 N, 35.085 WRRS Discovery D346
1017943CTD or STD cast2010-02-05 08:39:5424.4954 N, 34.4167 WRRS Discovery D346
1018344CTD or STD cast2010-02-05 15:34:0924.5061 N, 34.0463 WRRS Discovery D346
1017955CTD or STD cast2010-02-05 19:28:5824.4961 N, 33.7285 WRRS Discovery D346
1017967CTD or STD cast2010-02-06 02:51:2124.5002 N, 33.0449 WRRS Discovery D346
1017979CTD or STD cast2010-02-06 10:35:0824.494 N, 32.3574 WRRS Discovery D346
1017980CTD or STD cast2010-02-06 18:07:0024.4976 N, 31.6808 WRRS Discovery D346
1017992CTD or STD cast2010-02-07 02:21:3424.4964 N, 31.0027 WRRS Discovery D346
1018006CTD or STD cast2010-02-07 10:39:0324.4919 N, 30.3215 WRRS Discovery D346
1018018CTD or STD cast2010-02-07 19:30:1224.5028 N, 29.6583 WRRS Discovery D346
1018031CTD or STD cast2010-02-08 04:13:4024.5009 N, 28.9609 WRRS Discovery D346
1018043CTD or STD cast2010-02-08 13:03:4424.5009 N, 28.2953 WRRS Discovery D346
1018055CTD or STD cast2010-02-08 22:15:5824.4916 N, 27.5993 WRRS Discovery D346
1018067CTD or STD cast2010-02-09 06:37:2424.512 N, 26.9118 WRRS Discovery D346
1018079CTD or STD cast2010-02-09 15:02:5224.5099 N, 26.225 WRRS Discovery D346
1018080CTD or STD cast2010-02-09 23:28:3724.5112 N, 25.5416 WRRS Discovery D346
1018092CTD or STD cast2010-02-10 08:11:2124.5142 N, 24.8471 WRRS Discovery D346
1018111CTD or STD cast2010-02-10 15:58:3924.4998 N, 24.1647 WRRS Discovery D346
1018123CTD or STD cast2010-02-10 23:29:0824.4942 N, 23.501 WRRS Discovery D346
1018135CTD or STD cast2010-02-11 06:51:1924.7142 N, 22.8842 WRRS Discovery D346
1018147CTD or STD cast2010-02-11 14:07:1524.9187 N, 22.2656 WRRS Discovery D346
1018159CTD or STD cast2010-02-11 21:09:1925.1367 N, 21.6523 WRRS Discovery D346
1018160CTD or STD cast2010-02-12 03:51:4325.3346 N, 21.0304 WRRS Discovery D346
1018172CTD or STD cast2010-02-12 10:32:1425.5458 N, 20.4184 WRRS Discovery D346
1018184CTD or STD cast2010-02-12 17:10:4125.7426 N, 19.7968 WRRS Discovery D346
1018196CTD or STD cast2010-02-12 23:39:5325.9624 N, 19.1884 WRRS Discovery D346
1018203CTD or STD cast2010-02-13 05:53:4426.1676 N, 18.5738 WRRS Discovery D346
1018215CTD or STD cast2010-02-13 12:12:5326.3764 N, 17.959 WRRS Discovery D346
1018227CTD or STD cast2010-02-13 18:40:1226.5763 N, 17.3344 WRRS Discovery D346
1018239CTD or STD cast2010-02-14 01:05:2626.7898 N, 16.7151 WRRS Discovery D346
1018240CTD or STD cast2010-02-14 07:21:0526.9886 N, 16.0968 WRRS Discovery D346
1018252CTD or STD cast2010-02-14 13:39:0127.1971 N, 15.483 WRRS Discovery D346
1018264CTD or STD cast2010-02-14 19:50:2427.4145 N, 14.8686 WRRS Discovery D346
1018276CTD or STD cast2010-02-15 01:50:0027.6229 N, 14.2368 WRRS Discovery D346
1018288CTD or STD cast2010-02-15 06:33:0127.7894 N, 13.7772 WRRS Discovery D346
1018307CTD or STD cast2010-02-15 10:15:3127.8667 N, 13.5561 WRRS Discovery D346
1018319CTD or STD cast2010-02-15 13:02:5227.9113 N, 13.4101 WRRS Discovery D346
1018320CTD or STD cast2010-02-15 15:25:1627.9275 N, 13.3692 WRRS Discovery D346
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1816660Currents -subsurface Eulerian2015-12-06 23:50:5325.08343 N, 77.34695 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843817CTD or STD cast2015-12-09 21:27:4026.4336 N, 78.6669 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894909Water sample data2015-12-09 21:48:0026.4336 N, 78.66688 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842236CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 06:51:3627.0016 N, 79.9975 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894910Water sample data2015-12-10 06:54:0027.00157 N, 79.99747 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842248CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 08:14:4927.0038 N, 79.9681 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894922Water sample data2015-12-10 08:20:0027.00379 N, 79.96814 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842261CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 09:47:5227.0048 N, 79.9353 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894934Water sample data2015-12-10 09:57:0027.00485 N, 79.93531 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842273CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 11:35:3827.0079 N, 79.8679 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894946Water sample data2015-12-10 11:44:0027.0079 N, 79.86786 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842285CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 14:19:1327.0191 N, 79.7837 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894958Water sample data2015-12-10 14:37:0027.01906 N, 79.78371 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842297CTD or STD cast2015-12-10 23:21:0527.016 N, 79.7803 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894971Water sample data2015-12-10 23:37:0027.01603 N, 79.78029 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842304CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 02:01:3427.0161 N, 79.681 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894983Water sample data2015-12-11 02:19:0027.01611 N, 79.68102 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842316CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 04:47:2427.0135 N, 79.6161 WRRS Discovery DY040
1894995Water sample data2015-12-11 05:03:0027.01355 N, 79.61612 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842328CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 07:32:1827.0103 N, 79.4994 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895009Water sample data2015-12-11 07:48:0027.01026 N, 79.49937 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842341CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 10:39:2727.0074 N, 79.383 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895010Water sample data2015-12-11 10:55:0027.00736 N, 79.38295 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842353CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 13:38:2427.004 N, 79.2805 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895022Water sample data2015-12-11 13:55:0027.00401 N, 79.28046 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842365CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 16:03:3427.0005 N, 79.1985 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895034Water sample data2015-12-11 16:17:0027.00051 N, 79.19847 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842377CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 18:05:2327.0 N, 79.1751 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895046Water sample data2015-12-11 18:16:0026.99999 N, 79.17506 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842389CTD or STD cast2015-12-11 21:19:4426.9999 N, 79.1582 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895058Water sample data2015-12-11 21:30:0026.99987 N, 79.15816 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842390CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 02:38:2127.0037 N, 79.9312 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842408CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 03:40:2927.0062 N, 79.865 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842421CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 05:09:3127.0148 N, 79.7805 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842433CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 06:39:3127.0165 N, 79.6833 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842445CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 08:04:3227.0173 N, 79.617 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842457CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 09:50:2427.012 N, 79.5017 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842469CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 12:03:4727.0067 N, 79.384 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842470CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 14:00:3727.0014 N, 79.2833 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842482CTD or STD cast2015-12-12 15:44:3626.9985 N, 79.2 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842494CTD or STD cast2015-12-13 14:10:1826.5003 N, 76.9335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895071Water sample data2015-12-13 14:24:0026.50026 N, 76.93345 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842501CTD or STD cast2015-12-13 16:08:2026.5001 N, 76.8671 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895083Water sample data2015-12-13 16:44:0026.50011 N, 76.86712 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842513CTD or STD cast2015-12-13 18:42:2326.5167 N, 76.8252 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895095Water sample data2015-12-13 19:12:0026.51674 N, 76.82522 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842525CTD or STD cast2015-12-13 20:58:3926.5001 N, 76.8002 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895102Water sample data2015-12-13 21:27:0026.5001 N, 76.80023 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842537CTD or STD cast2015-12-13 23:30:1826.5001 N, 76.7836 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895114Water sample data2015-12-14 00:14:0026.50006 N, 76.78357 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842549CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 02:49:1626.5002 N, 76.7586 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895126Water sample data2015-12-14 04:05:0026.50015 N, 76.75859 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842550CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 07:37:5726.5001 N, 76.6835 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895138Water sample data2015-12-14 09:06:0026.50014 N, 76.68353 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842562CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 13:30:5526.5002 N, 76.6168 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895151Water sample data2015-12-14 14:58:0026.50018 N, 76.61682 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842574CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 18:33:1126.4999 N, 76.5333 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895163Water sample data2015-12-14 20:02:0026.49995 N, 76.53331 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842586CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 23:27:1826.5 N, 76.4333 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895175Water sample data2015-12-15 00:55:0026.50002 N, 76.43329 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842598CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 04:31:5626.5003 N, 76.3002 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895187Water sample data2015-12-15 05:56:0026.50032 N, 76.3002 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842605CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 09:41:4526.5002 N, 76.2167 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895199Water sample data2015-12-15 11:05:0026.50021 N, 76.21672 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842617CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 14:59:1326.5002 N, 76.1002 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895206Water sample data2015-12-15 16:27:0026.50017 N, 76.10016 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842629CTD or STD cast2015-12-18 06:44:5726.5001 N, 76.1004 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842630CTD or STD cast2015-12-18 11:20:2926.5002 N, 75.9001 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895218Water sample data2015-12-18 12:52:0026.50018 N, 75.90009 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842642CTD or STD cast2015-12-18 17:35:3626.5003 N, 75.7003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895231Water sample data2015-12-18 18:59:0026.50033 N, 75.70033 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842654CTD or STD cast2015-12-18 22:38:3126.5002 N, 75.5 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895243Water sample data2015-12-19 00:01:0026.50021 N, 75.50003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842666CTD or STD cast2015-12-19 03:36:0826.5002 N, 75.3001 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895255Water sample data2015-12-19 04:56:0026.50017 N, 75.30015 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842678CTD or STD cast2015-12-19 08:30:2026.5007 N, 75.0672 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895267Water sample data2015-12-19 09:59:0026.5007 N, 75.06721 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842691CTD or STD cast2015-12-19 14:14:2326.4997 N, 74.8003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895279Water sample data2015-12-19 15:38:0026.49974 N, 74.80026 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842709CTD or STD cast2015-12-19 19:39:2226.5004 N, 74.5191 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895280Water sample data2015-12-19 21:02:0026.50042 N, 74.51914 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842710CTD or STD cast2015-12-20 01:32:1626.4997 N, 74.2376 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895292Water sample data2015-12-20 02:58:0026.49966 N, 74.23763 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842722CTD or STD cast2015-12-20 07:08:2026.5007 N, 73.9345 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895311Water sample data2015-12-20 08:31:0026.5007 N, 73.93448 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842734CTD or STD cast2015-12-20 13:28:4126.4979 N, 73.5674 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895323Water sample data2015-12-20 15:03:0026.49786 N, 73.56736 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842746CTD or STD cast2015-12-20 19:47:1826.4994 N, 73.202 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895335Water sample data2015-12-20 21:19:0026.49937 N, 73.20201 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842758CTD or STD cast2015-12-21 02:30:1326.5031 N, 72.8416 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895347Water sample data2015-12-21 04:03:0026.50306 N, 72.8416 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842771CTD or STD cast2015-12-21 09:39:5426.4997 N, 72.3777 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895359Water sample data2015-12-21 11:14:0026.49972 N, 72.37774 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842783CTD or STD cast2015-12-21 17:12:1126.5002 N, 71.9172 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895360Water sample data2015-12-21 18:48:0026.5002 N, 71.91718 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842795CTD or STD cast2015-12-22 00:01:5726.5018 N, 71.4606 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895372Water sample data2015-12-22 01:40:0026.50182 N, 71.46056 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842802CTD or STD cast2015-12-22 07:19:0826.5001 N, 71.0002 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895384Water sample data2015-12-22 08:57:0026.50008 N, 71.00023 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842814CTD or STD cast2015-12-22 16:13:2725.9993 N, 70.5373 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895396Water sample data2015-12-22 17:54:0025.99935 N, 70.53731 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842826CTD or STD cast2015-12-23 00:49:5425.5032 N, 70.0774 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895403Water sample data2015-12-23 02:33:0025.50317 N, 70.07744 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842838CTD or STD cast2015-12-23 09:28:1525.0035 N, 69.615 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895415Water sample data2015-12-23 11:06:0025.00353 N, 69.61504 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842851CTD or STD cast2015-12-23 18:19:3424.4996 N, 69.1511 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895427Water sample data2015-12-23 20:01:0024.49958 N, 69.15108 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842863CTD or STD cast2015-12-24 03:32:5624.5009 N, 68.417 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895439Water sample data2015-12-24 05:11:0024.50095 N, 68.41702 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842875CTD or STD cast2015-12-24 12:30:2624.5 N, 67.6849 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895440Water sample data2015-12-24 14:13:0024.50003 N, 67.68494 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842887CTD or STD cast2015-12-24 22:17:3824.5011 N, 66.9543 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895452Water sample data2015-12-25 00:01:0024.50106 N, 66.95433 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842899CTD or STD cast2015-12-25 07:34:5024.5 N, 66.2176 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895464Water sample data2015-12-25 09:06:0024.49999 N, 66.21761 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842906CTD or STD cast2015-12-25 12:54:1424.4964 N, 66.0287 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895476Water sample data2015-12-25 14:41:0024.49641 N, 66.02868 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842918CTD or STD cast2015-12-25 20:08:0024.4998 N, 65.4843 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895488Water sample data2015-12-25 21:43:0024.49975 N, 65.48434 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842931CTD or STD cast2015-12-26 04:58:1924.4994 N, 64.7511 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895507Water sample data2015-12-26 06:40:0024.49944 N, 64.75113 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842943CTD or STD cast2015-12-26 14:53:0924.4994 N, 64.0166 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895519Water sample data2015-12-26 16:37:0024.49939 N, 64.0166 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842955CTD or STD cast2015-12-27 00:00:2424.5023 N, 63.2847 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895520Water sample data2015-12-27 01:43:0024.50234 N, 63.28468 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842967CTD or STD cast2015-12-27 09:07:5924.503 N, 62.5543 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895532Water sample data2015-12-27 10:49:0024.50299 N, 62.5543 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842979CTD or STD cast2015-12-27 18:06:4924.4997 N, 61.8174 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895544Water sample data2015-12-27 19:48:0024.4997 N, 61.8174 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842980CTD or STD cast2015-12-28 03:04:0124.5004 N, 61.0834 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895556Water sample data2015-12-28 04:43:0024.50036 N, 61.08344 WRRS Discovery DY040
1842992CTD or STD cast2015-12-28 11:39:3224.4992 N, 60.3509 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895568Water sample data2015-12-28 13:24:0024.49924 N, 60.3509 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843006CTD or STD cast2015-12-28 20:11:0924.5002 N, 59.6163 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895581Water sample data2015-12-28 21:56:0024.50015 N, 59.61628 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843018CTD or STD cast2015-12-29 04:28:1924.4995 N, 58.8832 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895593Water sample data2015-12-29 06:07:0024.49949 N, 58.88324 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843031CTD or STD cast2015-12-29 12:46:3524.5 N, 58.1505 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895600Water sample data2015-12-29 14:32:0024.50002 N, 58.15049 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843043CTD or STD cast2015-12-29 21:13:2524.5021 N, 57.4169 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895612Water sample data2015-12-29 23:01:0024.50206 N, 57.41692 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843055CTD or STD cast2015-12-30 05:26:3624.5 N, 56.6834 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895624Water sample data2015-12-30 07:14:0024.5 N, 56.68337 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843067CTD or STD cast2015-12-30 14:03:4024.5 N, 55.9505 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895636Water sample data2015-12-30 15:54:0024.49998 N, 55.95053 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843079CTD or STD cast2015-12-30 22:25:3224.5003 N, 55.2185 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895648Water sample data2015-12-31 00:21:0024.50027 N, 55.21845 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843080CTD or STD cast2015-12-31 06:43:5824.5001 N, 54.4831 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895661Water sample data2015-12-31 08:11:0024.50013 N, 54.4831 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843092CTD or STD cast2015-12-31 14:46:5924.4996 N, 53.751 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895673Water sample data2015-12-31 16:30:0024.49957 N, 53.75104 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843111CTD or STD cast2015-12-31 23:03:2424.5006 N, 53.0179 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895685Water sample data2016-01-01 00:40:0024.50058 N, 53.01792 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843123CTD or STD cast2016-01-01 07:00:3724.5 N, 52.2839 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895697Water sample data2016-01-01 08:40:0024.49995 N, 52.28386 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843135CTD or STD cast2016-01-01 15:06:2324.5001 N, 51.5502 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895704Water sample data2016-01-01 16:41:0024.50015 N, 51.55017 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843147CTD or STD cast2016-01-01 22:53:2324.4996 N, 50.8158 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895716Water sample data2016-01-02 00:28:0024.49963 N, 50.81579 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843159CTD or STD cast2016-01-02 06:37:5124.5005 N, 50.0834 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895728Water sample data2016-01-02 08:02:0024.50051 N, 50.08341 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843160CTD or STD cast2016-01-02 14:15:3624.5004 N, 49.35 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895741Water sample data2016-01-02 15:55:0024.50039 N, 49.34996 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843172CTD or STD cast2016-01-02 23:56:1424.4991 N, 48.6174 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895753Water sample data2016-01-03 01:06:0024.49911 N, 48.61735 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843184CTD or STD cast2016-01-03 07:14:2824.5005 N, 47.8833 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895765Water sample data2016-01-03 08:25:0024.50049 N, 47.88333 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843196CTD or STD cast2016-01-03 14:25:4224.4992 N, 47.1503 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895777Water sample data2016-01-03 15:35:0024.49925 N, 47.15029 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843203CTD or STD cast2016-01-03 20:52:5924.4999 N, 46.5003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895789Water sample data2016-01-03 21:59:0024.49989 N, 46.50032 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843215CTD or STD cast2016-01-04 03:17:4124.5004 N, 45.8509 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895790Water sample data2016-01-04 04:14:0024.5004 N, 45.85088 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843227CTD or STD cast2016-01-04 09:13:5824.4992 N, 45.1999 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895808Water sample data2016-01-04 10:17:0024.49925 N, 45.19992 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843239CTD or STD cast2016-01-04 15:54:5224.5003 N, 44.551 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895821Water sample data2016-01-04 17:07:0024.50032 N, 44.55096 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843240CTD or STD cast2016-01-04 22:38:2324.5 N, 43.9015 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895833Water sample data2016-01-04 23:51:0024.49998 N, 43.90148 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843252CTD or STD cast2016-01-05 05:10:3424.5001 N, 43.251 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895845Water sample data2016-01-05 06:14:0024.5001 N, 43.25099 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843264CTD or STD cast2016-01-05 12:03:0924.5002 N, 42.6004 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895857Water sample data2016-01-05 13:22:0024.50019 N, 42.60044 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843276CTD or STD cast2016-01-05 19:19:1824.4989 N, 41.9512 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895869Water sample data2016-01-05 20:34:0024.49891 N, 41.95117 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843288CTD or STD cast2016-01-06 02:25:1824.5 N, 41.3005 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895870Water sample data2016-01-06 03:49:0024.50001 N, 41.30048 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843307CTD or STD cast2016-01-06 09:29:1924.4995 N, 40.6491 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895882Water sample data2016-01-06 11:01:0024.49952 N, 40.64905 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843319CTD or STD cast2016-01-06 16:50:4524.4995 N, 40.0008 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895894Water sample data2016-01-06 18:30:0024.49953 N, 40.00082 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843320CTD or STD cast2016-01-07 00:31:2624.5007 N, 39.3502 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895901Water sample data2016-01-07 02:02:0024.50065 N, 39.35024 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843332CTD or STD cast2016-01-07 07:34:5224.5022 N, 38.6992 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895913Water sample data2016-01-07 08:59:0024.50221 N, 38.69916 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843344CTD or STD cast2016-01-07 14:31:3624.4992 N, 38.0671 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895925Water sample data2016-01-07 16:10:0024.49918 N, 38.06709 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843356CTD or STD cast2016-01-07 21:39:4924.5015 N, 37.4338 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895937Water sample data2016-01-07 23:29:0024.50153 N, 37.43381 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843368CTD or STD cast2016-01-08 05:09:3524.4996 N, 36.8003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895949Water sample data2016-01-08 06:58:0024.49959 N, 36.80033 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843381CTD or STD cast2016-01-08 12:54:5124.4999 N, 36.1674 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895950Water sample data2016-01-08 14:38:0024.49994 N, 36.16738 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843393CTD or STD cast2016-01-08 20:22:5824.5024 N, 35.5341 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895962Water sample data2016-01-08 22:03:0024.50236 N, 35.5341 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843400CTD or STD cast2016-01-09 03:31:5924.4997 N, 34.8998 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895974Water sample data2016-01-09 05:21:0024.4997 N, 34.89983 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843412CTD or STD cast2016-01-09 11:29:5624.5 N, 34.2668 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895986Water sample data2016-01-09 13:15:0024.50004 N, 34.26684 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843424CTD or STD cast2016-01-09 19:07:4224.5017 N, 33.6359 WRRS Discovery DY040
1895998Water sample data2016-01-09 20:51:0024.50173 N, 33.63592 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843436CTD or STD cast2016-01-10 02:48:4224.5003 N, 33.0 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896001Water sample data2016-01-10 04:32:0024.5003 N, 33.0 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843448CTD or STD cast2016-01-10 10:32:5624.5008 N, 32.3659 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896013Water sample data2016-01-10 12:14:0024.50082 N, 32.36592 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843461CTD or STD cast2016-01-10 17:59:4424.5006 N, 31.7335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896025Water sample data2016-01-10 19:51:0024.50056 N, 31.7335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843473CTD or STD cast2016-01-11 01:45:4724.5002 N, 31.0998 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896037Water sample data2016-01-11 03:27:0024.5002 N, 31.09981 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843485CTD or STD cast2016-01-11 08:58:2424.4989 N, 30.4675 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896049Water sample data2016-01-11 10:43:0024.49885 N, 30.46751 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843497CTD or STD cast2016-01-11 16:36:1824.5002 N, 29.8335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896050Water sample data2016-01-11 18:12:0024.50024 N, 29.83353 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843504CTD or STD cast2016-01-11 23:59:2524.5 N, 29.1999 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896062Water sample data2016-01-12 01:44:0024.50004 N, 29.19988 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843516CTD or STD cast2016-01-12 07:29:3624.5001 N, 28.5684 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896074Water sample data2016-01-12 09:12:0024.50011 N, 28.5684 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843528CTD or STD cast2016-01-12 15:30:3324.4997 N, 27.9335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896086Water sample data2016-01-12 17:14:0024.49965 N, 27.93349 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843541CTD or STD cast2016-01-14 08:55:5924.5028 N, 27.214 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896098Water sample data2016-01-14 10:34:0024.50282 N, 27.21398 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843553CTD or STD cast2016-01-14 17:09:2724.5003 N, 26.4748 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896105Water sample data2016-01-14 18:47:0024.50033 N, 26.47485 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843565CTD or STD cast2016-01-15 01:11:1424.5007 N, 25.7332 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896117Water sample data2016-01-15 02:45:0024.50074 N, 25.73321 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843577CTD or STD cast2016-01-15 06:52:3424.4985 N, 25.3573 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843589CTD or STD cast2016-01-15 12:26:5924.4998 N, 24.9919 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896129Water sample data2016-01-15 14:02:0024.49976 N, 24.99189 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843590CTD or STD cast2016-01-15 20:13:4424.4983 N, 24.2501 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896130Water sample data2016-01-15 21:46:0024.49831 N, 24.25008 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843608CTD or STD cast2016-01-16 04:06:0424.4998 N, 23.5003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896142Water sample data2016-01-16 05:46:0024.4998 N, 23.5003 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843621CTD or STD cast2016-01-16 11:40:3924.7082 N, 22.8835 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896154Water sample data2016-01-16 13:09:0024.70819 N, 22.88352 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843633CTD or STD cast2016-01-16 18:48:0024.9169 N, 22.2672 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896166Water sample data2016-01-16 20:18:0024.91691 N, 22.26717 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843645CTD or STD cast2016-01-17 02:06:4825.1261 N, 21.6498 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896178Water sample data2016-01-17 03:29:0025.12609 N, 21.64978 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843657CTD or STD cast2016-01-17 08:59:1325.3344 N, 21.0338 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896191Water sample data2016-01-17 10:22:0025.33439 N, 21.03379 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843669CTD or STD cast2016-01-17 16:01:1225.5426 N, 20.4175 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896209Water sample data2016-01-17 17:18:0025.54257 N, 20.41748 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843670CTD or STD cast2016-01-17 22:55:3825.7513 N, 19.8005 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896210Water sample data2016-01-18 00:05:0025.75129 N, 19.80046 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843682CTD or STD cast2016-01-18 05:24:0325.9609 N, 19.1836 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896222Water sample data2016-01-18 06:31:0025.96091 N, 19.18355 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843694CTD or STD cast2016-01-18 11:54:5726.168 N, 18.5669 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896234Water sample data2016-01-18 12:57:0026.16805 N, 18.56688 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843701CTD or STD cast2016-01-18 18:21:0926.3783 N, 17.9508 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896246Water sample data2016-01-18 19:29:0026.37832 N, 17.95081 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843713CTD or STD cast2016-01-19 00:54:4226.5855 N, 17.3335 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896258Water sample data2016-01-19 01:59:0026.58552 N, 17.33351 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843725CTD or STD cast2016-01-19 07:14:4726.7954 N, 16.7178 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896271Water sample data2016-01-19 08:27:0026.79537 N, 16.7178 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843737CTD or STD cast2016-01-19 13:59:2327.0026 N, 16.1008 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896283Water sample data2016-01-19 15:02:0027.00256 N, 16.1008 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843749CTD or STD cast2016-01-19 21:43:4727.2109 N, 15.4835 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896295Water sample data2016-01-19 22:39:0027.21087 N, 15.48352 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843750CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 03:50:1427.42 N, 14.8689 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896302Water sample data2016-01-20 04:39:0027.41999 N, 14.86894 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843762CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 09:59:2627.6291 N, 14.2511 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896314Water sample data2016-01-20 10:40:0027.62906 N, 14.25112 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843774CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 14:45:3127.7856 N, 13.7843 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896326Water sample data2016-01-20 15:15:0027.78556 N, 13.78429 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843786CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 17:33:0527.8653 N, 13.5508 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896338Water sample data2016-01-20 17:58:0027.86528 N, 13.55085 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843798CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 19:47:0227.9133 N, 13.4086 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896351Water sample data2016-01-20 20:05:0027.91334 N, 13.40859 WRRS Discovery DY040
1843805CTD or STD cast2016-01-20 21:27:0927.9267 N, 13.3671 WRRS Discovery DY040
1896363Water sample data2016-01-20 21:38:0027.92669 N, 13.36707 WRRS Discovery DY040
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2024452CTD or STD cast2020-01-29 05:14:5126.4973 N, 71.3679 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024464CTD or STD cast2020-01-29 11:34:3626.4962 N, 70.9985 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024476CTD or STD cast2020-01-29 18:55:1526.0998 N, 70.6332 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024488CTD or STD cast2020-01-30 02:07:0625.6957 N, 70.2649 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024507CTD or STD cast2020-01-30 09:32:1825.2999 N, 69.9 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024519CTD or STD cast2020-01-30 16:59:3424.8997 N, 69.5324 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024520CTD or STD cast2020-01-31 00:27:4124.5002 N, 69.1501 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024532CTD or STD cast2020-01-31 08:46:4624.5 N, 68.4148 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024544CTD or STD cast2020-01-31 17:23:4724.5004 N, 67.6679 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024556CTD or STD cast2020-02-01 02:09:3424.4977 N, 66.937 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024568CTD or STD cast2020-02-01 10:51:0424.5001 N, 66.1681 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024581CTD or STD cast2020-02-01 18:59:4124.4998 N, 65.4677 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024593CTD or STD cast2020-02-02 03:19:1924.4991 N, 64.7344 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024600CTD or STD cast2020-02-02 11:42:0724.5006 N, 63.9991 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024612CTD or STD cast2020-02-02 20:03:0124.5004 N, 63.2651 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024624CTD or STD cast2020-02-03 04:33:4324.4999 N, 62.5313 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024636CTD or STD cast2020-02-03 13:06:5224.5 N, 61.8006 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024648CTD or STD cast2020-02-03 21:34:0524.4999 N, 61.0667 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024661CTD or STD cast2020-02-04 06:13:3824.4998 N, 60.3334 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024673CTD or STD cast2020-02-04 14:48:0124.5001 N, 59.6015 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024685CTD or STD cast2020-02-04 23:30:3524.5007 N, 58.8673 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024697CTD or STD cast2020-02-05 08:17:3124.4998 N, 58.1335 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024704CTD or STD cast2020-02-05 17:27:3724.4995 N, 57.3957 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024716CTD or STD cast2020-02-06 02:17:4324.4992 N, 56.6679 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024728CTD or STD cast2020-02-06 11:12:0424.5 N, 55.9501 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024741CTD or STD cast2020-02-06 19:49:3824.5001 N, 55.2007 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024753CTD or STD cast2020-02-07 04:42:5224.5001 N, 54.473 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024765CTD or STD cast2020-02-07 13:17:0624.5 N, 53.7335 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024777CTD or STD cast2020-02-08 05:02:0724.8391 N, 53.1018 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024789CTD or STD cast2020-02-08 13:04:5325.1103 N, 52.668 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024790CTD or STD cast2020-02-08 21:05:2725.1251 N, 52.1676 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024808CTD or STD cast2020-02-09 05:18:2625.022 N, 51.667 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024821CTD or STD cast2020-02-09 12:51:2524.9374 N, 51.1672 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024833CTD or STD cast2020-02-09 21:04:4024.7985 N, 50.6323 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024845CTD or STD cast2020-02-10 04:47:0524.669 N, 50.0904 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024857CTD or STD cast2020-02-10 12:29:3124.5208 N, 49.5344 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024869CTD or STD cast2020-02-10 20:32:4324.3492 N, 49.0089 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024870CTD or STD cast2020-02-11 04:09:0324.1968 N, 48.4729 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024882CTD or STD cast2020-02-11 11:36:1524.0662 N, 47.9429 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024894CTD or STD cast2020-02-11 18:38:2923.9753 N, 47.4089 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024901CTD or STD cast2020-02-12 01:39:0223.8994 N, 46.8758 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024913CTD or STD cast2020-02-12 08:43:4123.8739 N, 46.3346 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024925CTD or STD cast2020-02-12 15:43:0023.7676 N, 45.8023 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024937CTD or STD cast2020-02-12 22:28:3423.7324 N, 45.2687 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024949CTD or STD cast2020-02-13 05:27:3323.6356 N, 44.7355 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024950CTD or STD cast2020-02-13 12:14:2523.535 N, 44.2086 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024962CTD or STD cast2020-02-13 19:18:3323.45 N, 43.6724 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024974CTD or STD cast2020-02-14 02:29:0423.3731 N, 43.1416 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024986CTD or STD cast2020-02-14 09:43:4023.2504 N, 42.6006 WRRS James Cook JC191
2024998CTD or STD cast2020-02-14 17:52:0323.3336 N, 41.8837 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025001CTD or STD cast2020-02-14 23:32:4223.4002 N, 41.467 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025013CTD or STD cast2020-02-15 04:44:4823.4499 N, 41.0501 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025025CTD or STD cast2020-02-15 12:58:4123.5796 N, 40.3333 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025037CTD or STD cast2020-02-15 21:19:5423.7096 N, 39.6166 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025049CTD or STD cast2020-02-16 05:37:5923.839 N, 38.9001 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025050CTD or STD cast2020-02-16 14:03:5623.9691 N, 38.1825 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025062CTD or STD cast2020-02-16 22:39:3024.1008 N, 37.4739 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025074CTD or STD cast2020-02-17 07:15:1324.2284 N, 36.7507 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025086CTD or STD cast2020-02-17 15:38:4524.3584 N, 36.0334 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025098CTD or STD cast2020-02-18 00:02:1224.4889 N, 35.3154 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025105CTD or STD cast2020-02-18 08:10:2424.4999 N, 34.6006 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025117CTD or STD cast2020-02-18 16:55:5124.4998 N, 33.9021 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025129CTD or STD cast2020-02-19 01:54:2824.5 N, 33.2 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025130CTD or STD cast2020-02-19 10:45:5124.4997 N, 32.5002 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025142CTD or STD cast2020-02-19 19:36:4524.4999 N, 31.8 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025154CTD or STD cast2020-02-20 04:28:2924.5 N, 31.1022 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025166CTD or STD cast2020-02-20 13:33:1724.5006 N, 30.3999 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025178CTD or STD cast2020-02-20 22:16:2924.5 N, 29.7003 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025191CTD or STD cast2020-02-21 08:42:5924.499 N, 28.7181 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025209CTD or STD cast2020-02-21 19:08:5324.4998 N, 27.7333 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025210CTD or STD cast2020-02-22 05:43:4524.4996 N, 26.7505 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025222CTD or STD cast2020-02-22 15:45:3224.4997 N, 25.7666 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025234CTD or STD cast2020-02-23 01:06:4024.4999 N, 24.783 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025246CTD or STD cast2020-02-23 10:13:1824.4997 N, 23.8 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025258CTD or STD cast2020-02-23 18:55:4424.7335 N, 22.8159 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025271CTD or STD cast2020-02-24 02:33:5824.9813 N, 22.1516 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025283CTD or STD cast2020-02-24 10:25:3425.2161 N, 21.4847 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025295CTD or STD cast2020-02-24 18:05:1325.4502 N, 20.8001 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025302CTD or STD cast2020-02-25 01:09:2425.65 N, 20.2501 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025314CTD or STD cast2020-02-25 09:00:1025.9166 N, 19.484 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025326CTD or STD cast2020-02-25 15:29:3426.1334 N, 18.9167 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025338CTD or STD cast2020-02-25 23:05:4826.3835 N, 18.166 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025351CTD or STD cast2020-02-26 06:24:2126.5997 N, 17.4671 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025363CTD or STD cast2020-02-26 13:56:4526.8185 N, 16.7849 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025375CTD or STD cast2020-02-26 21:12:4527.0495 N, 16.1174 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025387CTD or STD cast2020-02-27 03:18:0427.2329 N, 15.6002 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025399CTD or STD cast2020-02-27 07:56:3427.333 N, 15.2336 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025406CTD or STD cast2020-02-27 12:19:0427.4336 N, 14.867 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025418CTD or STD cast2020-02-27 17:58:2827.6168 N, 14.2335 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025431CTD or STD cast2020-02-27 22:50:4927.7833 N, 13.7667 WRRS James Cook JC191
2025443CTD or STD cast2020-02-28 16:21:4828.4309 N, 13.2276 WRRS James Cook JC191