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SeaBird Dissolved Oxygen Sensor SBE 43 and SBE 43F
The SBE 43 is a dissolved oxygen sensor designed for marine applications. It incorporates a highperformance 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 SeaBird CTD that accepts input from a 05 volt auxiliary sensor, while the SBE 43F produces a frequency output and can be integrated with an SBE 52MP (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 24way stainless steel frame system consisting of a SeaBird 911 plus, with a SeaBird 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    1135,200,202   
SBE 32 carousel    1135,200,202   
Primary Temperature SBE03P  4872  1135,200,202  6 October 2009 
Secondary Temperature SBE03P  4381  167,69135,200,202  25 August 2009 
Secondary Temperature SBE03P  2674  68  08 May 2009 
Primary Conductivity SBE04C  3258  141  5 October 2009 
Primary Conductivity SBE04C  3054  4277,200  25 June 2009 
Primary Conductivity SBE04C  2231  78135,202  8 May 2009 
Secondary Conductivity SBE04C  3052  195,200  10 September 2009 
Secondary Conductivity SBE04C  3258  96135,200,202  05 October 2009 
Dissolved oxygen sensor SBE43  1624  136  22 April 2009 
Dissolved oxygen sensor SBE43  0621  37135,200,202  17 October 2008 
PressureDigiquartz  90573  1135,200,202  20 October 2008 
Benthos PSA916T Altimeter  47597  1135   
Chelsea Aquatracka Fluorometer  088095  163,70135,202  28 May 2009 
Chelsea Alphatracka Transmissometer  161048  163,70135,202  28 May 2008 
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (aluminium cased)  9191  163,114135  26 May 2009 
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (titanium cased)  13399  7072  19 November 2009 
RDI 300kHz Workhorse LADCP (titanium cased)  13400  73113,202  19 November 2009 
SeaBird Electronics SBE 911 and SBE 917 series CTD profilers
The SBE 911 and SBE 917 series of conductivitytemperaturedepth (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 SeaBird'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 pumpfed 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 offtheshelf 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 pumpfed plastic tubing circuit or standalone.
Temperature, conductivity and pressure sensors
The conductivity, temperature, and pressure sensors supplied with SeaBird CTD systems have outputs in the form of variable frequencies, which are measured using highspeed 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 glasscoated thermistor bead, pressureprotected inside a stainless steel tube, while the conductivity sensing element is a cylindrical, flowthrough, 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 pressureinduced 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 voltageinput multiplexed A/D converter (optional). Some SeaBird CTDs use a strain gauge pressure sensor (SensoMetrics) 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 realtime 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 chlorophylla fluorescence to the sample photodiode.
The instrument may be deployed either in a throughflow 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 surfacemount 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 fullscale 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  ITS90 This parameter represents the first choice sensor data, which was collected from the secondary temperature sensor for casts 149 and the primary temperature sensor for casts 50135, 200 and 202. 
temp1  °C  Temperature of the water column by CTD (primary sensor)  TEMPCU02  °C  ITS90 Data not transferred for casts 50135, 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  ITS90 Data not transferred for casts 149 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 149 and the primary conductivity sensor for casts 50135, 200 and 202. 
cond1  mS/cm  Electrical conductivity of the water column (Primary sensor)  CNDCST02  S/m  /10 Data not transferred for casts 50135, 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 149 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 149 and the primary conductivity sensor for casts 50135, 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 50135, 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 149 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 chlorophylla per unit volume of the water body  CPHLPM01  mg/m^{3}  No unit conversion is necessary as µg/l are equivalent to mg/m^{3} 
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 inhouse 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 6469 and 200). Some data for certain parameters are, therefore, unavailable for deeper casts. The chronological order of the casts were as follows: 164, 200, 65100, 202, 101135.
Data Processing
Raw CTD data were transferred from the SeaBird deck unit to a LINUX machine via SeaBird software. The binary files are converted using SeaBird 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 conductivitytemperature sensor pair for each station.
A correction for downcastupcast sensor hysteresis was made during the MSTAR processing, applying an algorithm provided by SeaBird for oxygen concentration values measured by the SBE 43 sensor.
The algorithm used was as follows:
Oxnew_{conc} = {(Oxygen_{conc} (i) + (Oxnew_{conc} (i1) x C x D))(Oxygen_{conc} (i1) x C)}/D
where D = 1 + H1 x (exponential(P(i)/H2)1) and C = exponential(1 x (Time(i)Time(i1))/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 despiking 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 bottleCTD 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 122. For stations 2336 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. BottleCTD 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 pressuretemperature offset function calculated using a leastsquares approach. For data with potential temperature >7.5°C, a simple offset of 7µmol/kg was added.
Project Information
Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) Programme
Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) is a £20 million, sixyear (20012007) programme of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). The programme aims to improve our ability to quantify the probability and magnitude of future rapid change in climate, with a main (but not exclusive) focus on the role of the Atlantic Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation.
Scientific Objectives
 To establish a preoperational prototype system to continuously observe the strength and structure of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC).
 To support longterm direct observations of water, heat, salt, and ice transports at critical locations in the northern North Atlantic, to quantify the atmospheric and other (e.g. river runoff, ice sheet discharge) forcing of these transports, and to perform process studies of ocean mixing at northern high latitudes.
 To construct wellcalibrated and timeresolved palaeo data records of past climate change, including error estimates, with a particular emphasis on the quantification of the timing and magnitude of rapid change at annual to centennial timescales.
 To develop and use highresolution physical models to synthesise observational data.
 To apply a hierarchy of modelling approaches to understand the processes that connect changes in ocean convection and its atmospheric forcing to the largescale transports relevant to the modulation of climate.
 To understand, using model experimentation and data (palaeo and present day), the atmosphere's response to large changes in Atlantic northward heat transport, in particular changes in storm tracks, storm frequency, storm strengths, and energy and moisture transports.
 To use both instrumental and palaeo data for the quantitative testing of models' abilities to reproduce climate variability and rapid changes on annual to centennial timescales. To explore the extent to which these data can provide direct information about the thermohaline circulation (THC) and other possible rapid changes in the climate system and their impact.
 To quantify the probability and magnitude of potential future rapid climate change, and the uncertainties in these estimates.
Projects
Overall 38 projects have been funded by the RAPID programme. These include 4 which focus on Monitoring the Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC), and 5 international projects jointly funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, the Research Council of Norway and NERC.
The RAPID effort to design a system to continuously monitor the strength and structure of the North Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation is being matched by comparative funding from the US National Science Foundation (NSF) for collaborative projects reviewed jointly with the NERC proposals. Three projects were funded by NSF.
A proportion of RAPID funding as been made available for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) as part of NERC's Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI). The SBRI aims to stimulate innovation in the economy by encouraging more hightech small firms to start up or to develop new research capacities. As a result 4 projects have been funded.
Monitoring the Meridional Overturning Circulation at 26.5N (RAPIDMOC)
Scientific Rationale
There is a northward transport of heat throughout the Atlantic, reaching a maximum of 1.3PW (25% of the global heat flux) around 24.5°N. The heat transport is a balance of the northward flux of a warm Gulf Stream, and a southward flux of cooler thermocline and cold North Atlantic Deep Water that is known as the meridional overturning circulation (MOC). As a consequence of the MOC northwest Europe enjoys a mild climate for its latitude: however abrupt rearrangement of the Atlantic Circulation has been shown in climate models and in palaeoclimate records to be responsible for a cooling of European climate of between 510°C. A principal objective of the RAPID programme is the development of a preoperational prototype system that will continuously observe the strength and structure of the MOC. An initiative has been formed to fulfill this objective and consists of three interlinked projects:
 A mooring array spanning the Atlantic at 26.5°N to measure the southward branch of the MOC (Hirschi et al., 2003 and Baehr et al., 2004).
 Additional moorings deployed in the western boundary along 26.5°N (by Prof. Bill Johns, University of Miami) to resolve transport in the Deep Western Boundary Current (Bryden et al., 2005). These moorings allow surfacetobottom density profiles along the western boundary, MidAtlantic Ridge, and eastern boundary to be observed. As a result, the transatlantic pressure gradient can be continuously measured.
 Monitoring of the northward branch of the MOC using submarine telephone cables in the Florida Straits (Baringer et al., 2001) led by Dr Molly Baringer (NOAA/AOML/PHOD).
The entire monitoring array system created by the three projects will be recovered and redeployed annually until 2008 under RAPID funding. From 2008 until 2014 the array will continue to be serviced annually under RAPIDWATCH funding.
The array will be focussed on three regions, the Eastern Boundary (EB), the Mid Atlantic Ridge (MAR) and the Western Boundary (WB). The geographical extent of these regions are as follows:
 Eastern Boundary (EB) array defined as a box with the southeast corner at 23.5°N, 25.5°W and the northwest corner at 29.0°N, 12.0°W
 Mid Atlantic Ridge (MAR) array defined as a box with the southeast corner at 23.0°N, 52.1°W and the northwest corner at 26.5°N, 40.0°W
 Western Boundary (WB) array defined as a box with the southeast corner at 26.0°N, 77.5°W and the northwest corner at 27.5°N, 69.5°W
References
Baehr, J., Hirschi, J., Beismann, J.O. and Marotzke, J. (2004) Monitoring the meridional overturning circulation in the North Atlantic: A modelbased array design study. Journal of Marine Research, Volume 62, No 3, pp 283312.
Baringer, M.O'N. and Larsen, J.C. (2001) Sixteen years of Florida Current transport at 27N Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 28, No 16, pp31793182
Bryden, H.L., Johns, W.E. and Saunders, P.M. (2005) Deep Western Boundary Current East of Abaco: Mean structure and transport. Journal of Marine Research, Volume 63, No 1, pp 3557.
Hirschi, J., Baehr, J., Marotzke J., Stark J., Cunningham S.A. and Beismann J.O. (2003) A monitoring design for the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 30, No 7, article number 1413 (DOI 10.1029/2002GL016776)
Oceans 2025  The NERC Marine Centres' Strategic Research Programme 20072012
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 20022007 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 NERCrun 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 realtime 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.
RAPID Will the Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation Halt? (RAPIDWATCH)
RAPIDWATCH (20072014) is a continuation programme of the Natural Environment Research Council's (NERC) Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) programme. It aims to deliver a robust and scientifically credible assessment of the risk to the climate of UK and Europe arising from a rapid change in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC). The programme will also assess the need for a longterm observing system that could detect major MOC changes, narrow uncertainty in projections of future change, and possibly be the start of an 'early warning' prediction system.
The effort to design a system to continuously monitor the strength and structure of the North Atlantic MOC is being matched by comparative funding from the US National Science Foundation (NSF) for the existing collaborations started during RAPID for the observational arrays.
Scientific Objectives
 To deliver a decadelong time series (20042014) of calibrated and qualitycontrolled measurements of the Atlantic MOC from the RAPIDWATCH arrays.
 To exploit the data from the RAPIDWATCH arrays and elsewhere to determine and interpret recent changes in the Atlantic MOC, assess the risk of rapid climate change, and investigate the potential for predictions of the MOC and its impacts on climate.
This work will be carried out in collaboration with the Hadley Centre in the UK and through international partnerships.
Mooring Arrays
The RAPIDWATCH arrays are the existing 26°N MOC observing system array (RAPIDMOC) and the WAVE array that monitors the Deep Western Boundary Current. The data from these arrays will work towards meeting the first scientific objective.
The RAPIDMOC array consists of moorings focused in three geographical regions (subarrays) along 26.5° N: Eastern Boundary, MidAtlantic Ridge and Western Boundary. The Western Boundary subarray has moorings managed by both the UK and US scientists. The other subarrays are solely led by the UK scientists. The lead PI is Dr Stuart Cunningham of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK.
The WAVE array consists of one line of moorings off Halifax, Nova Scotia. The line will be serviced in partnership with the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO), Halifax, Canada. The lead PI is Dr Chris Hughes of the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, Liverpool, UK.
All arrays will be serviced (recovered and redeployed) either on an annual or biennial basis using Research Vessels from the UK, US and Canada.
Modelling Projects
The second scientific objective will be addressed through numerical modelling studies designed to answer four questions:
 How can we exploit data from the RAPIDWATCH arrays to obtain estimates of the MOC and related variables?
 What do the observations from the RAPIDWATCH arrays and other sources tell us about the nature and causes of recent changes in the Atlantic Ocean?
 What are the implications of RAPIDWATCH array data and other recent observations for estimates of the risk due to rapid change in the MOC?
 Could we use RAPIDWATCH and other observations to help predict future changes in the MOC and climate?
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 CanadianUS 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 RAPIDWATCH directed programme.
There are two elements to this SO activity. SO 3.1. relates to the EW mooring array in the midNorth 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
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Data Activity or Cruise Information
Cruise
Cruise Name  D346 
Departure Date  20100105 
Arrival Date  20100219 
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 Name  Eastern Boundary Array 
Category  Offshore area 
Latitude  25° 51.60' N 
Longitude  18° 43.98' W 
Water depth below MSL 
RAPIDMOC Eastern Boundary (EB) Array
The Eastern Boundary Array defines a box in which moorings are deployed at the eastern side of the North Atlantic as part of the RAPIDMOC project. The box region has latitudinal limits of 23.5° N to 29° N and longitudinal limits of 12° W to 25.5° W. Moorings have occupied this region since 2004 and are typically deployed for 6 to 18 months.
Moored data summary
A description of the data types can be found at the bottom of this document.
Year  Cruise ID  Number of moorings  Data types (number of instruments) 

2004  D277, PO319  11  BPR (7), CM (10), MCTD (32) 
2005  CD170,CD177  15  ADCP (1), BPR (4), CM (4), MCTD (71), IES (2), MMP (1) 
2006  D304, PO343, PO345  24  BPR (6), CM (4), MCTD (78), MMP (1) 
2007  D324  13  BPR (3), MCTD (53), IES (2) 
2008  D334  14  BPR (3), CM (2), MCTD (44), IES (1) 
2009  D344  14  BPR (4), CM (2), MCTD (44) 
2011  D359, JC064  22  BPR (12), CM (18), MCTD (80), IES (1) 
2012  D382  9  BPR (6), CM (10), MCTD (50) 
2014  JC103  9  BPR (6), CM (10), MCTD (50) 
2015  DY039  9  BPR (6), CM (9), MCTD (50), MCTDO (5), pCO2 (1), RAS (1), SeapHOx (1) 
Cruise data summary
During the cruises to service the moored array, a variety of data types are collected. The table below is a summary of these data. The number of CTD profiles performed on these cruises within the box region defined above is also included. TransAtlantic hydrographic CTD sections have also been performed since 2004 and are included in the table.
Cruise ID  Cruise description  Data types  Number of CTD profiles performed within the box region 

D277  Initial array deployment  MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF   
D279  Hydrographic section  CTD, DIS, LADCP, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  21 
CD170  Array service  BATH, CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  4 
CD177  Array service  BATH, CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  6 
D304  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  8 
PO343  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  5 
PO345  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  4 
D324  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  5 
D334  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  15 
D344  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  5 
D346  Hydrographic section  CTD, DIS, LADCP, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  22 
D359  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  4 
JC064  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  5 
D382  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  5 
JC103  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  11 
DY039  Array service  CTD, DIS, MET, NAV, SADCP, SURF  6 
Data type ID and description
Data type ID  Description 

ADCP  Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler 
BATH  Bathymetry 
BPR  Bottom Pressure Recorder 
CM  Current Meter 
CTD  ConductivityTemperatureDepth profiler 
DIS  Discrete water bottle samples 
IES  Inverted Echo Sounder 
LADCP  Lowered Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler 
MET  Meteorology 
MCTD  Moored ConductivityTemperatureDepth sensor 
MCTDO  Moored ConductivityTemperatureDepthOxygen sensor 
MMP  McLane Moored Profiler  profiling CTD and current meter 
NAV  Navigation 
pCO2  Moored pCO2 sensor 
RAS  Remote Access Sampler 
SADCP  Shipborne Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler 
SeapHOx  Moored pHConductivityTemperatureDepthOxygen sensor 
SURF  Sea surface data 
Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 1
Fixed Station Information
Station Name  25 N Hydrographic Transatlantic section 
Category  Offshore route/traverse 
25° N Hydrographic Transatlantic section
The hydrographic transatlantic section at 25° has been occupied 6 times, namely in 1957, 1981, 1992, 1998, 2004 and 2010. 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.
Map of stations
The station positions for all 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° N from the African coast to the Bahama Islands. Because of diplomatic clearance issues, the 1981, 1998, 2004 and 2010 sections angled southwestward from the African coast at about 28° N to join the 24.5° N section at about 23° W. The 1998, 2004 and 2010 sections angled northwestward at about 73° W to finish the section along 26.5° N. The 2010 section deviated from the previous sections across the MidAtlantic 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  HE06  Parilla et al. (1994) 
1998    Baringer and Molinari (1999) 
2004  D279  Bryden et al. (2005b) 
2010  D346   
References
Baringer, M. O. N. and R. L. Molinari, 1999. Atlantic Ocean baroclinic heat flux at 24 to 26°N. Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 353356.
Bryden, H. L., H. R. Longworth, and S. Cunningham, 2005b. Slowing of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 25°N. Nature, 438, 655657.
Fuglister, F. C., 1960. Atlantic Ocean Atlas of Temperature and Salinity Profiles and Data from the International Geophysical Year of 19571958. Vol. 1, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Atlas Series, WHOI, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
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, 4851.
Roemmich, D. and C. Wunsch, 1985. Two transatlantic sections: meridional circulation and heat flux in the subtropical North Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research, 32, 619664.
Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 2
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  Nontaxonomic biological characteristic uncertainty 
H  Extrapolated value 
I  Taxonomic flag for single species (sp.) 
K  Improbable value  unknown quality control source 
L  Improbable value  originator's quality control 
M  Improbable value  BODC quality control 
N  Null value 
O  Improbable value  user quality control 
P  Trace/calm 
Q  Indeterminate 
R  Replacement value 
S  Estimated value 
T  Interpolated value 
U  Uncalibrated 
W  Control value 
X  Excessive difference 
SeaDataNet Quality Control Flags
The following single character qualifying flags may be associated with one or more individual parameters with a data cycle:
Flag  Description 

0  no quality control 
1  good value 
2  probably good value 
3  probably bad value 
4  bad value 
5  changed value 
6  value below detection 
7  value in excess 
8  interpolated value 
9  missing value 
A  value phenomenon uncertain 
Q  value below limit of quantification 
Appendix 1: Eastern Boundary Array
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Series Identifier  Data Category  Start date/time  Start position  Cruise 

699594  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 08:30:00  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699601  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 08:30:00  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699613  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 08:30:00  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699625  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 08:30:01  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699637  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 08:30:01  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699545  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 11:00:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699557  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 11:00:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699569  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 11:00:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699570  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 11:00:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699582  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 11:00:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699489  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 14:00:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699490  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 14:00:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699508  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 14:00:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699521  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 14:00:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699533  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 14:00:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704402  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 17:00:02  27.488 N, 14.68467 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696627  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040227 18:51:00  27.62233 N, 14.20533 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696615  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040227 21:51:00  27.488 N, 14.68467 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699453  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 22:00:00  27.276 N, 15.41667 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699465  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 22:00:00  27.276 N, 15.41667 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704414  Hydrography time series at depth  20040227 22:00:00  27.276 N, 15.41667 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696640  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040227 22:50:00  27.85667 N, 13.52067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696603  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040228 09:51:00  27.276 N, 15.41667 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696639  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040228 11:10:00  27.83217 N, 13.78867 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704346  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:15:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704371  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:15:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704395  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:15:01  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704334  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:20:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704358  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:20:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
704383  Hydrography time series at depth  20040228 15:20:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699336  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699348  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699361  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699373  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699385  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699397  Hydrography time series at depth  20040301 11:15:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696584  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040301 13:41:00  24.52383 N, 23.44883 W  RRS Discovery D277 
696596  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20040303 05:41:00  26.99617 N, 16.23067 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699477  Hydrography time series at depth  20040311 14:45:19  27.488 N, 14.68467 W  RRS Discovery D277 
699404  Hydrography time series at depth  20041211 18:15:00  26.84 N, 16.225 W  Not applicable 
699416  Hydrography time series at depth  20041211 18:15:01  26.84 N, 16.225 W  Not applicable 
699428  Hydrography time series at depth  20041211 18:15:01  26.84 N, 16.225 W  Not applicable 
699441  Hydrography time series at depth  20041211 18:15:01  26.84 N, 16.225 W  Not applicable 
698290  Hydrography time series at depth  20050403 18:45:00  27.9085 N, 13.366 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698308  Hydrography time series at depth  20050403 18:45:00  27.9085 N, 13.366 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698321  Hydrography time series at depth  20050403 18:45:00  27.9085 N, 13.366 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698333  Hydrography time series at depth  20050403 18:45:00  27.9085 N, 13.366 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698241  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 06:15:01  27.81767 N, 13.73917 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698265  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 06:15:01  27.81767 N, 13.73917 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698277  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 06:15:01  27.81767 N, 13.73917 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698289  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 06:15:01  27.81767 N, 13.73917 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698253  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 06:15:02  27.81767 N, 13.73917 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698204  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 11:00:00  27.60983 N, 14.21433 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698216  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 11:00:00  27.60983 N, 14.21433 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698228  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 11:00:00  27.60983 N, 14.21433 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698185  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 21:30:00  27.2715 N, 15.421 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698197  Hydrography time series at depth  20050404 21:30:02  27.2715 N, 15.421 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
1066383  CTD or STD cast  20050405 03:22:00  26.91583 N, 16.15017 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
1066395  CTD or STD cast  20050405 19:10:00  27.001 N, 16.225 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
946124  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20050407 05:50:00  27.27583 N, 15.41717 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698173  Hydrography time series at depth  20050407 07:15:00  26.99367 N, 16.22883 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698345  Hydrography time series at depth  20050408 12:45:00  24.9565 N, 21.27667 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698357  Hydrography time series at depth  20050408 12:45:00  24.9565 N, 21.27667 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698369  Hydrography time series at depth  20050408 12:45:00  24.9565 N, 21.27667 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
1066402  CTD or STD cast  20050409 00:39:00  24.52733 N, 23.4105 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697852  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697864  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697876  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697888  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697907  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697919  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697920  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697932  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697944  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697956  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697968  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697981  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
697993  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698007  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698019  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698020  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698032  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698044  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698056  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698068  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698081  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698093  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698112  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:00  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698100  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 09:00:02  23.81 N, 24.0955 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698124  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 17:00:00  23.92983 N, 24.04317 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698136  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 17:00:00  23.92983 N, 24.04317 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698148  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 17:00:00  23.92983 N, 24.04317 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
698161  Hydrography time series at depth  20050410 17:00:00  23.92983 N, 24.04317 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
945944  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20050410 18:20:00  23.8105 N, 24.1055 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
945956  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20050410 18:20:00  23.8105 N, 24.1055 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD170 
1068630  CTD or STD cast  20051118 08:46:00  28.91333 N, 15.9295 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
1068642  CTD or STD cast  20051124 18:08:00  23.79083 N, 24.09517 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
1068654  CTD or STD cast  20051124 23:38:00  23.789 N, 24.09583 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698498  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698505  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698517  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698529  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698530  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698542  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698554  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698566  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698578  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698591  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698609  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698610  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698622  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698634  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698646  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698658  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698683  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698695  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698702  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698714  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:00  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698671  Hydrography time series at depth  20051125 14:45:02  23.82533 N, 24.1 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
1068666  CTD or STD cast  20051125 20:08:00  23.93233 N, 24.047 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
1068678  CTD or STD cast  20051126 00:11:00  23.934 N, 24.0415 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
1068691  CTD or STD cast  20051126 04:07:00  23.9335 N, 24.03617 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698726  Hydrography time series at depth  20051126 15:00:00  23.8915 N, 24.0565 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698738  Hydrography time series at depth  20051126 15:00:00  23.8915 N, 24.0565 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698751  Hydrography time series at depth  20051126 15:00:00  23.8915 N, 24.0565 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
698763  Hydrography time series at depth  20051126 15:00:02  23.8915 N, 24.0565 W  RRS Charles Darwin CD177 
770343  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 17:00:00  27.81383 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770355  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 17:00:00  27.81383 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770367  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 17:00:00  27.81383 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770379  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 17:00:00  27.81383 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770380  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 17:00:00  27.81383 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745862  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745874  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745886  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745898  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745905  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745917  Hydrography time series at depth  20060513 19:00:01  27.84917 N, 13.53683 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770318  Hydrography time series at depth  20060514 13:20:01  27.60333 N, 14.21383 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770331  Hydrography time series at depth  20060514 13:20:01  27.60333 N, 14.21383 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770306  Hydrography time series at depth  20060514 13:20:02  27.60333 N, 14.21383 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770287  Hydrography time series at depth  20060514 21:00:00  27.28367 N, 15.4235 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770299  Hydrography time series at depth  20060514 21:00:00  27.28367 N, 15.4235 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770275  Hydrography time series at depth  20060515 08:20:00  26.9935 N, 16.22867 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745991  Hydrography time series at depth  20060516 15:30:02  24.95483 N, 21.26 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745966  Hydrography time series at depth  20060516 15:40:00  24.95483 N, 21.26 W  RRS Discovery D304 
946185  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20060516 21:01:00  27.28367 N, 15.42217 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745536  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745548  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745561  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745573  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745585  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745597  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745604  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745616  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745628  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745641  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745653  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745665  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745677  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745689  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745690  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745708  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745721  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745733  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745745  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745757  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745769  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745770  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745782  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:30:00  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745524  Hydrography time series at depth  20060519 01:50:01  23.81533 N, 24.13267 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745794  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745801  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745813  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745825  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745837  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745849  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745850  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745978  Hydrography time series at depth  20060601 13:30:00  23.8975 N, 24.04633 W  RRS Discovery D304 
946148  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20060604 15:14:00  23.89967 N, 24.052 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745929  Hydrography time series at depth  20060604 17:30:01  27.909 N, 13.362 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745930  Hydrography time series at depth  20060604 17:30:01  27.909 N, 13.362 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745942  Hydrography time series at depth  20060604 17:30:01  27.909 N, 13.362 W  RRS Discovery D304 
745954  Hydrography time series at depth  20060604 17:40:00  27.909 N, 13.362 W  RRS Discovery D304 
770761  Hydrography time series at depth  20061006 00:30:00  27.90833 N, 13.36617 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770748  Hydrography time series at depth  20061006 00:30:02  27.894 N, 13.408 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770681  Hydrography time series at depth  20061007 09:00:00  27.8505 N, 13.5395 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770693  Hydrography time series at depth  20061007 09:00:00  27.8505 N, 13.5395 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770700  Hydrography time series at depth  20061007 09:00:00  27.8505 N, 13.5395 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770712  Hydrography time series at depth  20061009 16:00:01  24.9485 N, 21.25983 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770724  Hydrography time series at depth  20061009 16:00:01  24.9485 N, 21.25983 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770736  Hydrography time series at depth  20061009 16:00:01  24.9485 N, 21.25983 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
946112  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20061013 03:18:00  23.8915 N, 24.08567 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
946136  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20061016 13:10:00  27.27983 N, 15.42017 W  FS Poseidon PO343 
770797  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770804  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770816  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770828  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770841  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770853  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770865  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770877  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770889  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770890  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770908  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770921  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770933  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770945  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770957  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770969  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770970  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770982  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
770994  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771008  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771021  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771033  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771045  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771057  Hydrography time series at depth  20061201 13:30:00  23.80967 N, 24.1485 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771069  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771070  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771082  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771094  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771101  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
771113  Hydrography time series at depth  20061202 11:00:00  23.86733 N, 24.17183 W  FS Poseidon PO345 
768756  CTD or STD cast  20071015 21:39:31  25.39117 N, 20.55983 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863716  Hydrography time series at depth  20071016 12:30:00  24.95233 N, 21.26533 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863728  Hydrography time series at depth  20071016 12:30:00  24.95233 N, 21.26533 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863741  Hydrography time series at depth  20071016 12:30:00  24.95233 N, 21.26533 W  RRS Discovery D324 
864129  Hydrography time series at depth  20071016 12:30:00  24.95233 N, 21.26533 W  RRS Discovery D324 
768768  CTD or STD cast  20071016 17:19:18  24.5 N, 22.40733 W  RRS Discovery D324 
768781  CTD or STD cast  20071017 21:39:55  23.93733 N, 23.99017 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863439  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:00  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863488  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:00  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863520  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:00  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
864117  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:00  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863372  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863384  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863396  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863403  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863427  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863440  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863452  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863464  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863476  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863507  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863519  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:01  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863415  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 10:00:02  23.9355 N, 24.05567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863206  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863218  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863231  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863243  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863255  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863267  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863279  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863292  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863311  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863323  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863335  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863347  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863359  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863360  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:00  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863280  Hydrography time series at depth  20071018 21:00:02  23.84383 N, 24.08567 W  RRS Discovery D324 
946161  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20071104 10:00:00  23.89983 N, 24.07167 W  RRS Discovery D324 
946173  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20071104 10:00:00  23.89983 N, 24.07167 W  RRS Discovery D324 
768836  CTD or STD cast  20071104 14:12:37  26.09533 N, 18.51717 W  RRS Discovery D324 
946197  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20071105 22:00:00  27.28633 N, 15.42917 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863532  Hydrography time series at depth  20071105 23:00:00  27.28217 N, 15.4275 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863544  Hydrography time series at depth  20071105 23:00:00  27.28217 N, 15.4275 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863556  Hydrography time series at depth  20071106 06:30:00  27.61183 N, 14.2125 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863568  Hydrography time series at depth  20071106 06:30:00  27.61183 N, 14.2125 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863581  Hydrography time series at depth  20071106 06:30:00  27.61183 N, 14.2125 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863593  Hydrography time series at depth  20071108 11:00:00  27.8141 N, 13.74083 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863600  Hydrography time series at depth  20071108 11:00:00  27.8141 N, 13.74083 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863612  Hydrography time series at depth  20071108 11:00:00  27.8141 N, 13.74083 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863624  Hydrography time series at depth  20071108 11:00:00  27.8141 N, 13.74083 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863636  Hydrography time series at depth  20071108 11:00:00  27.8141 N, 13.74083 W  RRS Discovery D324 
768848  CTD or STD cast  20071108 15:47:38  28.5725 N, 15.3525 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863753  Hydrography time series at depth  20071109 17:00:00  27.89467 N, 13.4055 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863765  Hydrography time series at depth  20071109 17:00:00  27.9195 N, 13.332 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863648  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863661  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863673  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863685  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863697  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
863704  Hydrography time series at depth  20071110 18:00:00  27.85023 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D324 
972585  Hydrography time series at depth  20081029 12:00:00  24.952 N, 21.26817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972597  Hydrography time series at depth  20081029 12:00:00  24.952 N, 21.26817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972604  Hydrography time series at depth  20081029 12:00:00  24.952 N, 21.26817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972180  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972192  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972211  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972223  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972235  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972247  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972259  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972260  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972272  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972284  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972296  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972303  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972315  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972327  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972339  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972340  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972352  Hydrography time series at depth  20081030 19:00:01  23.75733 N, 24.12817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
1137122  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20081031 20:00:00  23.81283 N, 24.10683 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972364  Hydrography time series at depth  20081118 12:30:00  27.28183 N, 15.4285 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972376  Hydrography time series at depth  20081118 12:30:00  27.28183 N, 15.4285 W  RRS Discovery D334 
1137146  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20081118 20:00:00  27.28583 N, 15.42817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972388  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 10:30:00  27.61217 N, 14.21167 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972407  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 10:30:00  27.61217 N, 14.21167 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972419  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 10:30:00  27.61217 N, 14.21167 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972420  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 16:00:01  27.81317 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972432  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 16:00:01  27.81317 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972444  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 16:00:01  27.81317 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972456  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 16:00:01  27.81317 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972468  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 16:00:01  27.81317 N, 13.74133 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972481  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972493  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972500  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972512  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972524  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972536  Hydrography time series at depth  20081119 19:30:00  27.85 N, 13.53983 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972616  Hydrography time series at depth  20081120 19:00:01  27.89433 N, 13.40567 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972641  Hydrography time series at depth  20081120 20:00:00  27.92017 N, 13.3315 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972628  Hydrography time series at depth  20081120 20:30:02  27.9075 N, 13.36817 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972548  Hydrography time series at depth  20081121 11:30:01  27.83933 N, 13.54683 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972561  Hydrography time series at depth  20081121 11:30:01  27.83933 N, 13.54683 W  RRS Discovery D334 
972573  Hydrography time series at depth  20081121 11:30:02  27.83933 N, 13.54683 W  RRS Discovery D334 
1012508  CTD or STD cast  20091021 12:17:00  28.4536 N, 15.6662 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012521  CTD or STD cast  20091022 04:26:42  28.5195 N, 14.983 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012533  CTD or STD cast  20091023 21:22:04  28.0799 N, 15.1763 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1093172  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 17:00:00  27.91117 N, 13.36083 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092629  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092630  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092642  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092654  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092666  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092678  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.84167 N, 13.54583 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092691  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.85017 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092709  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.85017 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092710  Hydrography time series at depth  20091024 22:00:01  27.85017 N, 13.53967 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092574  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 13:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092586  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 13:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092598  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 13:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092605  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 13:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092617  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 13:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092365  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 18:00:00  27.61183 N, 14.21217 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092377  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 18:00:00  27.61183 N, 14.21217 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092389  Hydrography time series at depth  20091025 18:00:00  27.61183 N, 14.21217 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1137171  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20091026 03:30:00  27.86817 N, 13.5145 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012545  CTD or STD cast  20091028 00:06:21  24.9363 N, 21.3135 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012557  CTD or STD cast  20091028 05:34:35  24.9712 N, 21.3063 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1137158  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20091028 11:41:00  27.28617 N, 15.42933 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092722  Hydrography time series at depth  20091028 14:30:01  24.94683 N, 21.263 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092734  Hydrography time series at depth  20091028 14:30:01  24.94683 N, 21.263 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092746  Hydrography time series at depth  20091028 14:30:01  24.94683 N, 21.263 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012569  CTD or STD cast  20091029 14:31:53  23.7612 N, 24.0932 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1012570  CTD or STD cast  20091030 01:16:42  23.8222 N, 24.0855 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092390  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092408  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092421  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092433  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092445  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092457  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092469  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092470  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092482  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092494  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092501  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092513  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092525  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092537  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092549  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092550  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1092562  Hydrography time series at depth  20091030 15:30:00  23.755 N, 24.15817 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1137134  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20091031 20:30:00  23.81283 N, 24.10683 W  RRS Discovery D344 
1018092  CTD or STD cast  20100210 08:11:21  24.5142 N, 24.8471 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018111  CTD or STD cast  20100210 15:58:39  24.4998 N, 24.1647 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018123  CTD or STD cast  20100210 23:29:08  24.4942 N, 23.501 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018135  CTD or STD cast  20100211 06:51:19  24.7142 N, 22.8842 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018147  CTD or STD cast  20100211 14:07:15  24.9187 N, 22.2656 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018159  CTD or STD cast  20100211 21:09:19  25.1367 N, 21.6523 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018160  CTD or STD cast  20100212 03:51:43  25.3346 N, 21.0304 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018172  CTD or STD cast  20100212 10:32:14  25.5458 N, 20.4184 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018184  CTD or STD cast  20100212 17:10:41  25.7426 N, 19.7968 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018196  CTD or STD cast  20100212 23:39:53  25.9624 N, 19.1884 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018203  CTD or STD cast  20100213 05:53:44  26.1676 N, 18.5738 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018215  CTD or STD cast  20100213 12:12:53  26.3764 N, 17.959 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018227  CTD or STD cast  20100213 18:40:12  26.5763 N, 17.3344 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018239  CTD or STD cast  20100214 01:05:26  26.7898 N, 16.7151 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018240  CTD or STD cast  20100214 07:21:05  26.9886 N, 16.0968 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018264  CTD or STD cast  20100214 19:50:24  27.4145 N, 14.8686 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018276  CTD or STD cast  20100215 01:50:00  27.6229 N, 14.2368 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018288  CTD or STD cast  20100215 06:33:01  27.7894 N, 13.7772 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018307  CTD or STD cast  20100215 10:15:31  27.8667 N, 13.5561 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018319  CTD or STD cast  20100215 13:02:52  27.9113 N, 13.4101 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018320  CTD or STD cast  20100215 15:25:16  27.9275 N, 13.3692 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1196632  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110106 16:30:00  23.80083 N, 24.1115 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1113863  CTD or STD cast  20110106 21:08:02  23.8223 N, 24.1022 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096194  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096201  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096213  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096225  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096237  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096249  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096262  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096274  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096286  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096305  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096317  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096329  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096330  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096342  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096366  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:00  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096250  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:02  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096298  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:02  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096354  Hydrography time series at depth  20110107 15:00:02  23.7569 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1113875  CTD or STD cast  20110108 15:19:38  24.9512 N, 21.2936 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096599  Hydrography time series at depth  20110108 15:30:00  24.93983 N, 21.26883 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096606  Hydrography time series at depth  20110108 15:30:00  24.93983 N, 21.26883 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096618  Hydrography time series at depth  20110108 15:30:00  24.93983 N, 21.26883 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096378  Hydrography time series at depth  20110110 15:30:00  27.2815 N, 15.41633 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096391  Hydrography time series at depth  20110110 15:30:00  27.2815 N, 15.41633 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1196656  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110111 06:00:00  27.139 N, 15.4205 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096409  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 11:00:00  27.61467 N, 14.211 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096410  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 11:00:02  27.61467 N, 14.211 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096422  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 11:00:02  27.61467 N, 14.211 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096434  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 16:30:00  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096446  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 16:30:02  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096458  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 16:30:02  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096471  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 16:30:02  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096483  Hydrography time series at depth  20110111 16:30:02  27.80783 N, 13.74667 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1113887  CTD or STD cast  20110111 17:59:44  27.8665 N, 13.5558 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1196644  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110111 19:30:00  27.139 N, 15.4205 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096495  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096502  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096514  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096526  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096538  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096551  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 15:00:00  27.84983 N, 13.541 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1196668  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110112 17:00:00  27.87167 N, 13.5135 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1196681  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110112 17:00:00  27.87167 N, 13.5135 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096563  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 18:00:00  27.84267 N, 13.54433 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096575  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 18:00:00  27.84267 N, 13.54433 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1096587  Hydrography time series at depth  20110112 18:00:00  27.84267 N, 13.54433 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1113899  CTD or STD cast  20110114 05:04:21  28.4545 N, 15.6671 W  RRS Discovery D359 
1134308  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 14:30:00  27.85 N, 13.541 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134321  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 14:30:00  27.85 N, 13.541 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134345  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 14:30:00  27.85 N, 13.541 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134357  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 14:30:00  27.85 N, 13.541 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134333  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 14:30:02  27.85 N, 13.541 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134369  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 16:00:00  27.84267 N, 13.54417 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134382  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 16:00:00  27.84267 N, 13.54417 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134370  Hydrography time series at depth  20110911 16:00:02  27.84267 N, 13.54417 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134253  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 14:00:01  27.805 N, 13.7468 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134265  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 14:00:01  27.805 N, 13.7468 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134277  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 14:00:01  27.805 N, 13.7468 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134289  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 14:00:01  27.805 N, 13.7468 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134290  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 14:00:01  27.805 N, 13.7468 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134216  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 19:00:00  27.6147 N, 14.2108 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134228  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 19:00:00  27.6147 N, 14.2108 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134241  Hydrography time series at depth  20110912 19:00:00  27.6147 N, 14.2108 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134197  Hydrography time series at depth  20110913 10:00:00  27.2788 N, 15.4108 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134204  Hydrography time series at depth  20110913 10:00:00  27.2788 N, 15.4108 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1112792  CTD or STD cast  20110914 21:08:50  24.9218 N, 21.3184 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1112811  CTD or STD cast  20110915 01:49:45  24.9219 N, 21.3184 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134394  Hydrography time series at depth  20110915 11:00:01  24.933 N, 21.2732 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134401  Hydrography time series at depth  20110915 11:00:01  24.933 N, 21.2732 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134413  Hydrography time series at depth  20110915 11:00:01  24.933 N, 21.2732 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1112823  CTD or STD cast  20110916 02:50:32  23.7335 N, 24.1055 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1112835  CTD or STD cast  20110916 20:21:00  23.7012 N, 24.2263 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1112847  CTD or STD cast  20110917 01:52:48  23.7012 N, 24.2263 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1133968  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1133981  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1133993  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134007  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134019  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134020  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134032  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134044  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134056  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134068  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134081  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134093  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134100  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134112  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134124  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134136  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134148  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134161  Hydrography time series at depth  20110917 14:30:00  23.7577 N, 24.15817 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268109  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110917 23:30:00  23.79117 N, 24.1133 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268091  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20110925 07:00:00  23.79117 N, 24.1133 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268134  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111006 06:00:00  27.86433 N, 13.5142 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268146  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111006 06:01:00  27.86433 N, 13.5142 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134173  Hydrography time series at depth  20111006 18:00:00  27.1435 N, 15.3777 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1134185  Hydrography time series at depth  20111006 18:00:00  27.1435 N, 15.3777 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268110  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111007 06:41:00  27.13533 N, 15.3642 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1268122  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111007 07:01:00  27.13533 N, 15.3642 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1196797  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111007 19:00:00  27.139 N, 15.4205 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1196804  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20111007 19:00:00  27.139 N, 15.4205 W  RRS James Cook JC064 
1176434  CTD or STD cast  20121015 18:45:58  27.1264 N, 15.4026 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226647  Hydrography time series at depth  20121016 11:00:01  27.22233 N, 15.42267 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226635  Hydrography time series at depth  20121016 11:00:02  27.22233 N, 15.42267 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226659  Hydrography time series at depth  20121016 19:00:00  27.61083 N, 14.21233 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226660  Hydrography time series at depth  20121016 19:00:00  27.61083 N, 14.21233 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226672  Hydrography time series at depth  20121016 19:00:00  27.61083 N, 14.21233 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226684  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226696  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226703  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226715  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226727  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226739  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226740  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226752  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226764  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226776  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226788  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226807  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226819  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226820  Hydrography time series at depth  20121017 17:00:01  27.81233 N, 13.74517 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1762144  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20121018 05:01:00  27.21217 N, 15.40283 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1762156  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20121018 05:01:00  27.21217 N, 15.40283 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1176446  CTD or STD cast  20121022 09:03:50  26.1954 N, 19.3236 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226948  Hydrography time series at depth  20121023 10:00:00  24.93283 N, 21.27317 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226961  Hydrography time series at depth  20121023 10:00:00  24.93283 N, 21.27317 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226973  Hydrography time series at depth  20121023 10:00:00  24.93283 N, 21.27317 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1176458  CTD or STD cast  20121024 02:13:44  23.8007 N, 24.1365 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1176471  CTD or STD cast  20121024 18:06:09  23.6891 N, 24.134 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1176483  CTD or STD cast  20121024 23:26:02  23.6928 N, 24.1375 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226499  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:00  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226580  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:00  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226611  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:00  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226426  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226451  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226463  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226475  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226506  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226518  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226543  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226579  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226623  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:01  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226438  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226487  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226531  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226555  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226567  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226592  Hydrography time series at depth  20121025 14:00:02  23.7545 N, 24.1565 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226832  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226844  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226856  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226868  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226881  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226893  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226900  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226912  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226924  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1226936  Hydrography time series at depth  20121028 15:00:00  27.851 N, 13.54033 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1762181  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20121102 16:53:00  27.872 N, 13.514 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1762168  Offshore sea floor pressure series  20121102 16:54:00  27.872 N, 13.514 W  RRS Discovery D382 
1622546  CTD or STD cast  20140524 17:50:33  23.7991 N, 24.1163 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786367  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786379  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786380  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786392  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786411  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786423  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786435  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786447  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786459  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786460  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786472  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786484  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786496  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786503  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786527  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786539  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786540  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:00  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786515  Hydrography time series at depth  20140524 18:00:02  23.75833 N, 24.156 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786889  Hydrography time series at depth  20140526 13:00:00  24.93417 N, 21.26733 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786890  Hydrography time series at depth  20140526 13:00:00  24.93417 N, 21.26733 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786908  Hydrography time series at depth  20140526 13:00:00  24.93417 N, 21.26733 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622558  CTD or STD cast  20140526 13:39:45  24.8973 N, 21.2485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786564  Hydrography time series at depth  20140529 13:00:00  27.22217 N, 15.42317 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786552  Hydrography time series at depth  20140529 13:00:02  27.22217 N, 15.42317 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786576  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 10:00:00  27.61433 N, 14.21133 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786588  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 10:00:00  27.61433 N, 14.21133 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786607  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 10:00:00  27.61433 N, 14.21133 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786619  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786620  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786632  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786644  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786656  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786668  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786681  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786693  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786700  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786712  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786724  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786736  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786748  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786761  Hydrography time series at depth  20140530 18:00:00  27.80933 N, 13.7485 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622571  CTD or STD cast  20140531 14:16:15  27.8748 N, 13.5915 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786773  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786785  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786797  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786804  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786816  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786828  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786841  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786853  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786865  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1786877  Hydrography time series at depth  20140531 15:00:00  27.85067 N, 13.53983 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622583  CTD or STD cast  20140531 16:14:01  27.8441 N, 13.4705 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622595  CTD or STD cast  20140531 17:32:22  27.8296 N, 13.404 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622602  CTD or STD cast  20140531 18:39:45  27.8141 N, 13.3286 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622614  CTD or STD cast  20140601 06:05:30  27.8728 N, 13.5924 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622626  CTD or STD cast  20140601 08:07:54  27.8849 N, 13.664 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622638  CTD or STD cast  20140601 10:26:38  27.9266 N, 13.8067 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622651  CTD or STD cast  20140602 05:05:02  28.4544 N, 15.6666 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
1622663  CTD or STD cast  20140602 08:53:53  28.4553 N, 15.6661 W  RRS James Cook JC103 
Appendix 2: 25 N Hydrographic Transatlantic section
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Series Identifier  Data Category  Start date/time  Start position  Cruise 

1016988  CTD or STD cast  20100108 18:54:09  26.5012 N, 76.9342 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017003  CTD or STD cast  20100108 20:35:52  26.4989 N, 76.8648 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017015  CTD or STD cast  20100108 23:27:40  26.5328 N, 76.8162 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017027  CTD or STD cast  20100109 03:13:18  26.5032 N, 76.7821 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017039  CTD or STD cast  20100109 06:55:58  26.4988 N, 76.8008 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017040  CTD or STD cast  20100109 10:02:51  26.4957 N, 76.7613 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017052  CTD or STD cast  20100109 16:12:40  26.4992 N, 76.6826 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017064  CTD or STD cast  20100109 23:15:14  26.4971 N, 76.6298 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017076  CTD or STD cast  20100110 05:21:19  26.4961 N, 76.5379 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017088  CTD or STD cast  20100110 13:48:19  26.4837 N, 76.4433 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017107  CTD or STD cast  20100110 19:47:24  26.4959 N, 76.3029 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017119  CTD or STD cast  20100111 01:49:13  26.4871 N, 76.2249 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017120  CTD or STD cast  20100111 13:50:38  26.4958 N, 76.1087 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017132  CTD or STD cast  20100111 19:54:21  26.5018 N, 75.9088 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017144  CTD or STD cast  20100112 02:11:17  26.4985 N, 75.726 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017156  CTD or STD cast  20100112 07:56:03  26.5005 N, 75.5089 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017168  CTD or STD cast  20100112 13:26:37  26.4969 N, 75.312 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017181  CTD or STD cast  20100112 19:12:23  26.5032 N, 75.0731 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017193  CTD or STD cast  20100113 00:51:19  26.4966 N, 74.8041 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017200  CTD or STD cast  20100113 06:37:22  26.498 N, 74.5169 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017212  CTD or STD cast  20100113 12:17:23  26.498 N, 74.2419 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017224  CTD or STD cast  20100113 18:01:56  26.5031 N, 73.9388 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017236  CTD or STD cast  20100114 00:23:58  26.5164 N, 73.5857 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017248  CTD or STD cast  20100114 07:00:21  26.5102 N, 73.2055 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017261  CTD or STD cast  20100114 13:20:01  26.5059 N, 72.8415 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017273  CTD or STD cast  20100114 20:04:06  26.5077 N, 72.4638 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017285  CTD or STD cast  20100115 02:45:17  26.5136 N, 72.1067 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017297  CTD or STD cast  20100115 09:36:12  26.5137 N, 71.7189 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017304  CTD or STD cast  20100115 16:39:02  26.4959 N, 71.3615 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017316  CTD or STD cast  20100115 23:14:46  26.4757 N, 71.0042 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017328  CTD or STD cast  20100116 07:15:08  26.1026 N, 70.6338 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017341  CTD or STD cast  20100116 15:26:34  25.699 N, 70.2657 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017353  CTD or STD cast  20100116 23:16:01  25.3052 N, 69.9027 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017365  CTD or STD cast  20100117 06:58:12  24.9046 N, 69.5358 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017377  CTD or STD cast  20100117 14:35:13  24.505 N, 69.1528 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017389  CTD or STD cast  20100117 23:07:47  24.5094 N, 68.4072 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017390  CTD or STD cast  20100118 08:04:51  24.5084 N, 67.67 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017408  CTD or STD cast  20100118 16:05:22  24.4999 N, 66.9392 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017421  CTD or STD cast  20100119 00:15:47  24.4991 N, 66.2105 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017433  CTD or STD cast  20100119 07:57:03  24.5016 N, 65.4893 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017445  CTD or STD cast  20100119 16:43:48  24.4989 N, 64.7677 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017457  CTD or STD cast  20100120 01:50:12  24.5136 N, 64.0161 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017469  CTD or STD cast  20100120 10:06:29  24.4954 N, 63.2919 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017470  CTD or STD cast  20100120 18:06:51  24.5011 N, 62.5559 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017482  CTD or STD cast  20100121 02:46:15  24.5084 N, 61.8063 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017494  CTD or STD cast  20100121 10:24:47  24.5016 N, 61.0844 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017501  CTD or STD cast  20100121 18:17:55  24.4995 N, 60.3471 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017513  CTD or STD cast  20100122 02:45:20  24.5062 N, 59.6282 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017525  CTD or STD cast  20100122 11:17:42  24.498 N, 58.8964 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017537  CTD or STD cast  20100122 19:59:35  24.5018 N, 58.1505 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017549  CTD or STD cast  20100123 04:34:49  24.502 N, 57.3985 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018332  CTD or STD cast  20100123 11:20:12  24.4967 N, 57.0506 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017550  CTD or STD cast  20100123 19:57:17  24.4891 N, 56.6897 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017562  CTD or STD cast  20100124 05:36:09  24.4799 N, 55.9437 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017574  CTD or STD cast  20100124 18:34:57  24.4963 N, 55.2389 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017586  CTD or STD cast  20100125 05:52:38  24.5097 N, 54.4528 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017598  CTD or STD cast  20100125 15:08:50  24.51 N, 53.938 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017605  CTD or STD cast  20100126 00:46:48  24.8391 N, 53.3993 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017617  CTD or STD cast  20100126 09:38:18  25.1108 N, 52.8405 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017629  CTD or STD cast  20100126 17:30:40  25.0799 N, 52.2902 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017630  CTD or STD cast  20100127 12:19:10  25.0222 N, 51.7532 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017642  CTD or STD cast  20100127 20:32:41  24.9374 N, 51.1852 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017654  CTD or STD cast  20100128 03:37:17  24.7984 N, 50.632 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017666  CTD or STD cast  20100128 10:38:11  24.6687 N, 50.0899 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017678  CTD or STD cast  20100128 18:16:18  24.5207 N, 49.5342 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017691  CTD or STD cast  20100129 02:26:43  24.349 N, 49.0082 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017709  CTD or STD cast  20100129 09:37:27  24.196 N, 48.473 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017710  CTD or STD cast  20100129 16:30:53  24.0662 N, 47.9426 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017722  CTD or STD cast  20100129 23:57:39  23.9755 N, 47.4087 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017734  CTD or STD cast  20100130 07:40:03  23.8992 N, 46.8761 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017746  CTD or STD cast  20100130 15:19:41  23.8739 N, 46.3337 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017758  CTD or STD cast  20100130 22:51:04  23.7669 N, 45.802 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017771  CTD or STD cast  20100131 05:28:04  23.7325 N, 45.27 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017783  CTD or STD cast  20100131 12:32:54  23.6355 N, 44.7354 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017795  CTD or STD cast  20100131 19:19:54  23.5353 N, 44.2091 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017802  CTD or STD cast  20100201 02:18:59  23.45 N, 43.6718 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017814  CTD or STD cast  20100201 09:21:46  23.3727 N, 43.1415 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017826  CTD or STD cast  20100201 16:18:44  23.2503 N, 42.6004 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017838  CTD or STD cast  20100202 01:44:52  23.3847 N, 41.7691 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017851  CTD or STD cast  20100202 10:05:18  23.5204 N, 40.9444 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017863  CTD or STD cast  20100202 18:31:04  23.6671 N, 40.1083 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017875  CTD or STD cast  20100203 03:18:35  23.7994 N, 39.2622 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017887  CTD or STD cast  20100203 11:54:31  23.9348 N, 38.4332 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017899  CTD or STD cast  20100203 20:50:04  24.0895 N, 37.6111 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017906  CTD or STD cast  20100204 05:31:56  24.2193 N, 36.7698 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017918  CTD or STD cast  20100204 13:54:12  24.3634 N, 35.9273 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017931  CTD or STD cast  20100205 00:52:15  24.5062 N, 35.085 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017943  CTD or STD cast  20100205 08:39:54  24.4954 N, 34.4167 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018344  CTD or STD cast  20100205 15:34:09  24.5061 N, 34.0463 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017955  CTD or STD cast  20100205 19:28:58  24.4961 N, 33.7285 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017967  CTD or STD cast  20100206 02:51:21  24.5002 N, 33.0449 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017979  CTD or STD cast  20100206 10:35:08  24.494 N, 32.3574 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017980  CTD or STD cast  20100206 18:07:00  24.4976 N, 31.6808 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1017992  CTD or STD cast  20100207 02:21:34  24.4964 N, 31.0027 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018006  CTD or STD cast  20100207 10:39:03  24.4919 N, 30.3215 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018018  CTD or STD cast  20100207 19:30:12  24.5028 N, 29.6583 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018031  CTD or STD cast  20100208 04:13:40  24.5009 N, 28.9609 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018043  CTD or STD cast  20100208 13:03:44  24.5009 N, 28.2953 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018055  CTD or STD cast  20100208 22:15:58  24.4916 N, 27.5993 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018067  CTD or STD cast  20100209 06:37:24  24.512 N, 26.9118 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018079  CTD or STD cast  20100209 15:02:52  24.5099 N, 26.225 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018080  CTD or STD cast  20100209 23:28:37  24.5112 N, 25.5416 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018092  CTD or STD cast  20100210 08:11:21  24.5142 N, 24.8471 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018111  CTD or STD cast  20100210 15:58:39  24.4998 N, 24.1647 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018123  CTD or STD cast  20100210 23:29:08  24.4942 N, 23.501 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018135  CTD or STD cast  20100211 06:51:19  24.7142 N, 22.8842 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018147  CTD or STD cast  20100211 14:07:15  24.9187 N, 22.2656 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018159  CTD or STD cast  20100211 21:09:19  25.1367 N, 21.6523 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018160  CTD or STD cast  20100212 03:51:43  25.3346 N, 21.0304 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018172  CTD or STD cast  20100212 10:32:14  25.5458 N, 20.4184 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018184  CTD or STD cast  20100212 17:10:41  25.7426 N, 19.7968 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018196  CTD or STD cast  20100212 23:39:53  25.9624 N, 19.1884 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018203  CTD or STD cast  20100213 05:53:44  26.1676 N, 18.5738 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018215  CTD or STD cast  20100213 12:12:53  26.3764 N, 17.959 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018227  CTD or STD cast  20100213 18:40:12  26.5763 N, 17.3344 W  RRS Discovery D346 
1018239  CTD or STD cast  20100214 01:05:26  26.7898 N, 16.7151 W  RRS Discovery D346 
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