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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 1223127


Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category Meteorology -unspecified
Instrument Type
NameCategories
Vaisala HMP temperature and humidity sensor  meteorological packages
Vaisala PTB100 barometric pressure sensor  meteorological packages
Gill Windsonic anemometer  anemometers
Kipp and Zonen CM6B pyranometer  radiometers
Skye Instruments SKE510 PAR energy sensor  radiometers
Trimble Applanix POSMV global positioning system  Differential Global Positioning System receivers; inertial navigation systems; Kinematic Global Positioning System receivers
Instrument Mounting research vessel
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator Dr Brian King
Originating Organization National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) DIMES
 

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier JC069_PROD_MET
BODC Series Reference 1223127
 

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 2012-01-31 00:00
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 2012-03-19 18:00
Nominal Cycle Interval 60.0 seconds
 

Spatial Co-ordinates

Southernmost Latitude 61.84633 S ( 61° 50.8' S )
Northernmost Latitude 34.89883 S ( 34° 53.9' S )
Westernmost Longitude 70.90217 W ( 70° 54.1' W )
Easternmost Longitude 44.23950 W ( 44° 14.4' W )
Positional Uncertainty 0.0 to 0.01 n.miles
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth -17.1 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth -17.1 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height -
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height -
Sea Floor Depth -
Sea Floor Depth Source -
Sensor or Sampling Distribution Fixed common depth - All sensors are grouped effectively at the same depth which is effectively fixed for the duration of the series
Sensor or Sampling Depth Datum Approximate - Depth is only approximate
Sea Floor Depth Datum -
 

Parameters

BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
AADYAA011DaysDate (time from 00:00 01/01/1760 to 00:00 UT on day)
AAFDZZ011DaysTime (time between 00:00 UT and timestamp)
ALATGP011DegreesLatitude north relative to WGS84 by unspecified GPS system
ALONGP011DegreesLongitude east relative to WGS84 by unspecified GPS system
CAPHZZ011MillibarsPressure (measured variable) exerted by the atmosphere
CDTASS011Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the atmosphere by dry bulb thermometer
CRELZZ011PercentRelative humidity of the atmosphere
CSLRRP011Watts per square metreDownwelling vector irradiance as energy of electromagnetic radiation (solar (300-3000nm) wavelengths) in the atmosphere by port-mounted pyranometer
CSLRRS011Watts per square metreDownwelling vector irradiance as energy of electromagnetic radiation (solar (300-3000nm) wavelengths) in the atmosphere by starboard-mounted pyranometer
DWIRRXMX1Watts per square metreDownwelling vector irradiance as energy of electromagnetic radiation (PAR wavelengths) in the atmosphere by cosine-collector radiometer and taking the maximum value from two or more sensors
EWDASS011Degrees TrueDirection (from) of wind relative to True North {wind direction} in the atmosphere by in-situ anemometer
EWSBSS011Metres per secondSpeed of wind {wind speed} in the atmosphere by in-situ anemometer

Definition of Rank

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

Problem Reports

No Problem Report Found in the Database

Quality Control Report

The light channel values appear large for the latitude and time of year, and there is a large offset (maximum difference approximately 300 W m-2) between the set of TIR channels, therefore these were not merged. The offset is smaller (maximum difference approximately 30 W m-2) between the PAR channels, therefore, these have been merged into one maximum channel. There were negative values in all light channels after the manufacturer's calibration had been applied, and so the effected cycles have been flagged as improbable.

There were several issues relating to the wind data including changes in the orientation of the anemometer and problems with the sensor not recording accurate speeds and directions when the wind was coming from the stern as described in the originator's data processing section. The change in anemometer orientation has been corrected for and those values which have likely been affected by the underestimation of wind speed and direction have been flagged.


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Narrative Documents

DIMES James Cook Cruise JC069 Meteorology Instrumentation

The following table shows the meteorological sensors used on board the ship, located above the ship's bridge, 17.1 m above sea level on the met platform.

Sensor Serial number Last calibration date
Vaisala PTB100 barometric pressure sensor R0450005 16/5/2011
Skye SKE510 PAR sensor (port) 38884 25/11/2010
Skye SKE510 PAR sensor (starboard) 28560 05/07/2011
Kipp and Zonen CM6B pyranometer (port) 973134 15/07/2011
Kipp and Zonen CM6B pyranometer (starboard) 994133 09/08/2010
Vaisala HMP45AL Humidity and Temperature Probe C1320001 05/07/2011
Gill Windsonic anemometer - -

Gill Instruments Windsonic Anemometer

The Gill Windsonic is a 2-axis ultrasonic wind sensor that monitors wind speed and direction using four transducers. The time taken for an ultrasonic pulse to travel from the North to the South transducers is measured and compared with the time for a pulse to travel from South to North. Travel times between the East and West transducers are similarly compared. The wind speed and direction are calculated from the differences in the times of flight along each axis. This calculation is independent of environmental factors such as temperature.

Specifications

Ultrasonic output rate 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 or 4 Hz
Operating Temperature -35 to 70°C
Operating Humidity < 5 to 100% RH
Anemometer start up time < 5 s
Wind speed
Range 0 to 60 m s-1
Accuracy ± 2% at 2 m s-1
Resolution 0.01 m s-1
Response time 0.25 s
Threshold 0.01 m s-1
Wind direction
Range 0 to 359°
Accuracy ± 3° at 12 m s-1
Resolution
Response time 0.25 s

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

Kipp and Zonen Pyranometer Model CM6B

The CM6B pyranometer is intended for routine global solar radiation measurement research on a level surface. The CM6B features a sixty-four thermocouple junction (series connected) sensing element. The sensing element is coated with a highly stable carbon based non-organic coating, which delivers excellent spectral absorption and long term stability characteristics. The sensing element is housed under two concentric fitting Schott K5 glass domes.

Specifications

Dimensions (W x H) 150.0 mm x 91.5 mm
Weight 850 grams
Operating Temperature -40°C to +80°C
Spectral Range 305 - 2800 nm
(50% points)
Sensitivity 9 -15 µV/W/m2
Impedance (nominal) 70 - 100 ohm
Response Time (95%) 30 sec
Non-linearity < ± 1.2% (<1000 W/m2)
Temperature dependence of sensitivity < ± 2% (-10 to +40°C)
Zero-offset due to temperature changes < ± 4 W/m2 at 5 K/h temperature change

Skye Instruments PAR Energy Sensor Model SKE 510

The SKE 510 is suitable for measuring photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) from natural or artificial light sources. The sensor is fully waterproof and guaranteed submersible to 4m depth, and indoor versions are also available.

The instrument uses a blue-enhanced planar diffused silicon detector to measure energy (in W m-2) over the 400-700 nm waveband. It has a cosine-corrected head and a square spectral response. The sensor can operate over a temperature range of -35 to 70 °C and a humidity range of 0-100% RH.

Specifications

Sensitivity (current) 1.5µA or 100 W m-2
Sensitivity (voltage) 1mV or 100 W m-2
Working Range 0-5000 W m-2
Linearity error 0.2%
Absolute calibration error typ. less than 3%
5% max
Response time - voltage output 10 ns
Cosine error 3%
Azimuth error less than 1%
Temperature co-efficient ±0.1% per °C
Internal resistance - voltage output c. 300 ohms
Longterm stability ±2%
Material Dupont 'Delrin'
Dimensions 34 mm diameter
38mm height
Cable 2 core screened
7 - 2 - 2C
Sensor Passband 400 - 700 nm
Detector Silicon photocell
Filters Glass type and/or metal interference

Vaisala Analog Barometers Models PTB100 (A), (B) and PTB101 (B), (C)

The PTB 100 series analog barometers are designed both for accurate barometric measurements at room temperature and for general environmental pressure monitoring over a wide temperature range. The long-term stability of the barometer minimizes the need for field adjustment in many applications.

Physical Specifications

Size 97 x 60 x 22 mm
Weight 85g

The barometers use the BAROCAP* silicon capacitive absolute pressure sensor developed by Vaisala for barometric pressure measurements. The BAROCAP* sensor combines the elasticity characteristics and mechanical stability of a single-crystal silicon with the proven capacitive detection principle.

Sensor Specifications

Model Number Pressure Range
(mbar)
Temperature Range
(°C)
Humidity Range Total Accuracy
PTB100A 800 to 1060 -40 to +60 non-condensing +20 °C ± 0.3 mbar
0 to +40 °C ± 1.0 mbar
-20 to +45 °C ± 1.5 mbar
-40 to +60 °C ± 2.5 mbar
PTB100B 600 to 1060 -40 to +60 non-condensing +20 °C ± 0.5 mbar
0 to +40 °C ± 1.5 mbar
-20 to +45 °C ± 2.0 mbar
-40 to +60 °C ± 3.0 mbar
PTB101B 600 to 1060 -40 to +60 non-condensing +20 °C ± 0.5 mbar
0 to +40 °C ± 1.5 mbar
-20 to +45 °C ± 2.0 mbar
-40 to +60 °C ± 3.0 mbar
PTB101C 900 to 1100 -40 to +60 non-condensing +20 °C ± 0.3 mbar
0 to +40 °C ± 1.0 mbar
-20 to +45 °C ± 1.5 mbar
-40 to +60 °C ± 2.5 mbar

* BAROCAP is a registered trademark of Vaisala

Vaisala Temperature and Relative Humidity HMP Sensors

A family of sensors and instruments (sensors plus integral displays or loggers) for the measurement of air temperature and relative humidity. All are based on a probe containing a patent (HUMICAP) capacitive thin polymer film capacitanece humidity sensor and a Pt100 platinum resistance thermometer. The probes are available with a wide range of packaging, cabling and interface options all of which have designations of the form HMPnn or HMPnnn such as HMP45 and HMP230. Vaisala sensors are incorporated into weather stations and marketed by Campbell Scientific.

All versions operate at up to 100% humidity. Operating temperature ranges vary between models, allowing users to select the version best suited to their requirements.

Further details can be found in the manufacturer's specification sheets for the HMP 45 series, HMP 70 series and HMP 230 series.

Trimble Applanix Position and Orientation Systems for Marine Vessels (POSMV)

The Position and Orientation Systems for Marine Vessels (POSMV) is a real time kinematic (RTK) and differential global positioning system (DGPS) receiver for marine navigation. It includes an inertial system that provides platform attitude information. The instrument provides accurate location, heading, velocity, attitude, heave, acceleration and angular rate measurements.

There are three models of Applanix POSMV, the POS MV 320, POS MV Elite and the POS MV WaveMaster. POS MV 320 and POS MV WaveMaster are designed for use with multibeam sonar systems, enabling adherence to IHO (International Hydrographic Survey) standards on sonar swath widths of greater than ± 75 degrees under all dynamic conditions. The POS MV Elite offers true heading accuracy without the need for dual GPS installation and has the highest degree of accuracy in motion measurement for marine applications.

Specifications

POS MV 320
Componenet DGPS RTK GPS Outage
Position 0.5 - 2 m 1 0.02 - 0.10 m 1 <2.5 m for 30 seconds outages, <6 m for 60 seconds outages
Roll and Pitch 0.020° 0.010° 0.020°
True Heading 0.020° with 2 m baseline
0.010° with 4 m baseline
- Drift <1° per hour (negligible for outages <60 seconds)
Heave 5 cm or 5% 2 5 cm or 5% 2 5 cm or 5% 2
POS MV WaveMaster
Accuracy DGPS RTK GPS Outage
Position 0.5 - 2 m 1 0.02 - 0.10 m 1 <3 m for 30 seconds outages, <10 m for 60 seconds outages
Roll and Pitch 0.030° 0.020° 0.040°
True Heading 0.030° with 2 m baseline - Drift <2° per hour
Heave 5 cm or 5% 2 5 cm or 5% 2 5 cm or 5% 2
POS MV Elite
Accuracy DGPS RTK GPS Outage
Position 0.5 - 2 m 1 0.02 - 0.10 m 1 <1.5 m for 60 seconds outages DGPS, <0.5 m for 60 seconds outage RTK
Roll and Pitch 0.005° 0.005° 0.005°
True Heading 0.025° 0.025° Drift <0.1° per hour (negligible for outages <60 seconds)
Heave 3.5 cm or 3.5% 2 3.5 cm or 3.5% 2 3.5 cm or 3.5% 2

1 One Sigma, depending on quality of differential corrections
2 Whichever is greater, for periods of 20 seconds or less

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

Data Processing Procedures

Originator's Data Processing

Data were logged daily by the onboard logging system (TECHSAS). Surfmet data were transferred from the TECHSAS system and reformatted into Mstar format NetCDF using NOC-generated Mstar processing scripts on a daily basis.

Ship speed, position and heading from the bestnav file were merged onto the wind data in the surfmet file and wind speed units were corrected from knots to m s-1. The absolute wind speed and direction were then calculated and vector averaged. In order to avoid ambiguity, variable units are explicit in whether wind directions are 'towards' or 'from' the direction in question.

There was found to be a problem with wind direction near the 0°/360° boundary during the cruise. As the anemometer was set up with 0°/360° at the bow, the relative wind was very often around this heading. The anemometer data were recorded at the data rate generated by the sensor (nominal 1 Hz), however, there was still a problem with the raw data, in particular, when the wind was near 0°/360°, as the TECHSAS files sometimes contained headings in between (e.g. in the range 150° to 210°) and when these were used in the correct calculation of true wind, this resulted in bad data. Therefore, the sensor was physically rotated 90° to port so that the 0°/360° boundary was athwartships, and a 90° offset was applied to the data, putting relative directions in the range -90° to 270°. The real time surfmet display could not correctly interpret the negative headings however, and displayed all winds in the port-forward sector as zero relative heading. The data in the TECHSAS files appeared fine, but there was confusion caused by the displays and it was not possible to update the surfmet software during the cruise. The sensor was therefore rotated back to its original position. The data with the rotated sensor occur between 11 February 2012 to 15 February 2012.

Downwelling PAR and TIR data were ingested and stored, but no further processing was undertaken.

At the end of the cruise, bad atmospheric pressure data were noticed and removed.

The following files were submitted to BODC:

Meteorological data source Format Start of recording End of recording Frequency Content
Met Mstar NetCDF 29/01/2012 17:33:19 17/03/2012 18:06:45 1 second Raw wind speed and direction and humidity and air temperature.
Met average Mstar NetCDF 29/01/2012 17:33:00 17/03/2012 18:07:00 60 seconds Processed and intermediate wind channels.
Met light Mstar NetCDF 29/01/2012 17:33:19 17/03/2012 18:06:45 1 second Air pressure and light channels.

BODC Data Processing

Three Mstar files were used to provide all of the meteorological data and were reformatted to the internal QXF format via the nearest neighbour method. The light channels were provided in units of x10-5 volts, therefore these were converted back to raw voltages (/105).

The relative wind direction provided by the originator had not been corrected for the change in anemometer orientation between 11 February 2012 11:18:00 hours and 15 February 2012 11:07:00 hours, during this time period values ranged from -86.782° to 359.921°. In order to correct for this, the 90° was added to these directions. In addition, the absolute wind direction calculated by the originator's did not account for the change in the anemometer direction, therefore, absolute wind direction and wind speed where calculated using the updated relative wind direction, relative wind speed, BODC derived velocity channels and the ship's heading using BODC established procedures.

All reformatted and calibrated data were visualised using the in-house Edserplo software. Suspect data were marked by adding the appropriate quality control flag. All light values below 0 were flagged as being improbable. Following advice from the originator who found that the anemometer underestimated the wind when it was coming from the stern, the relative wind directions between 160° and 200° were flagged as improbable, as well as the corresponding relative wind speed and absolute wind direction and speed.

Data were provided when the ship was still in port, therefore, the file was trimmed at the beginning to match the cruise start date.

The following tables show how the variables within the files were mapped to appropriate BODC parameter codes:

Met light Mstar file
Originator's variable Units Description BODC parameter code Units Comments
pad_variable - - - - Pad variable to ensure there is always at least one variable.
time Seconds Time since 01/01/2012 00:00:00 - - -
pres mbar Air pressure CAPHZZ01 mbar -
ppar x10-5 volts Port PAR sensor DVLTRPSD Volts Units converted from nominal W m-2 to volts. Superseded by calibrated and merged channel.
spar x10-5 volts Starboard PAR sensor DVLTRSSD Volts Units converted from nominal W m-2 to volts. Superseded by calibrated and merged channel.
ptir x10-5 volts Port TIR sensor CVLTRP01 Volts Units converted from nominal W m-2 to volts. Superseded by calibrated channels.
stir x10-5 volts Starboard TIR sensor CVLTRS01 Volts Units converted from nominal W m-2 to volts. Superseded by calibrated channels.
Met Mstar file
Originator's variable Units Description BODC parameter code Units Comments
pad_variable - - - - Pad variable to ensure there is always at least one variable.
time Seconds Time since 01/01/2012 00:00:00 - - -
speed m s-1 Relative wind speed ERWSSS01 m s -1 Superseded by absolute wind speed.
direct Degrees Relative wind direction ERWDSS01 Degrees Superseded by absolute wind direction.
airtemp °C Air temperature CDTASS01 °C -
humid % Relative humidity CRELZZ01 % -
Met averaged Mstar file
Originator's variable Units Description BODC parameter code Units Comments
pad_variable - - - - Pad variable to ensure there is always at least one variable.
time Seconds Time since 01/01/2012 00:00:00 - - -
ship_u m s-1 Ship's eastward velocity - - Not transferred, re-derived by BODC.
ship_v m s-1 Ship's northward velocity - - Not transferred, re-derived by BODC.
ship_spd m s-1 Ship's speed - - -
ship_dir Degrees Ship's direction - - -
ship_hdg Degrees Ship's heading - - -
truwind_u m s-1 towards Eastward true wind velocity - - -
truwind_v m s-1 towards Northward true wind velocity - - -
truwind_spd m s-1 True wind speed - - Not transferred, re-derived by BODC.
truwind_dir Degrees to True wind direction - - Not transferred, re-derived by BODC.
relwind_u m s-1 towards Eastward relative wind velocity - - -
relwind_v m s-1 towards Northward relative wind velocity - - -
relwind_spd m s-1 towards Relative wind speed - - -
relwind_direarth Degrees_to relative to earth Relative wind direction to earth - - -
relwind_dirship Degrees relative to ship 0 = towards bow Relative wind direction towards the bow - - -
lat Degree_north Latitude - - Transferred from bestnav.
long Degree_east Longitude - - Transferred from bestnav.
distrun km Distance travelled - - Not transferred, re-derived by BODC.

Calibrations

The voltages from the TIR and PAR channels were calibrated from volts to W m-2 using the manufacturer's calibration sheets.

PTIR was calibrated using: CVLTRP01 = output volts * (1/10.90 x10-6)
STIR was calibrated using: CVLTRS01 = output volts * (1/9.70 x10-6)
PPAR was calibrated using: DVLTRPSD = output volts * (1/10.15 x10-6)
SPAR was calibrated using: DWIRRSSD = output volts * (1/10.65 x10-6)

As there appeared to be no large offset between the two sets of PAR sensors, the port and starboard sensors were combined by taking the greater value of these in order to eliminate shading effect. There appeared to be a large offset between the two sets of TIR sensors therefore these were not merged.


Project Information

Diapycnal and Isopycnal Mixing Experiment in the Southern Ocean (DIMES) project document

DIMES is a US/UK field program aimed at measuring diapycnal and isopycnal mixing in the Southern Ocean, along the tilting isopycnals of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.

The Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) of the ocean is a critical regulator of the Earth's climate processes. Climate models are highly sensitive to the representation of mixing processes in the southern limb of the MOC, within the Southern Ocean, although the lack of extensive in situ observations of Southern Ocean mixing processes has made evaluation of mixing somewhat difficult. Theories and models of the Southern Ocean circulation have been built on the premise of adiabatic flow in the ocean interior, with diabatic processes confined to the upper-ocean mixed layer. Interior diapycnal mixing has often been assumed to be small, but a few recent studies have suggested that diapycnal mixing might be large in some locations, particularly over rough bathymetry. Depending on its extent, this interior diapycnal mixing could significantly affect the overall energetics and property balances for the Southern Ocean and in turn for the global ocean. The goals of DIMES are to obtain measurements that will help us quantify both along-isopycnal eddy-driven mixing and cross-isopycnal interior mixing.

DIMES includes tracer release, isopycnal following RAFOS floats, microstructure measurements, shearmeter floats, EM-APEX floats, a mooring array in Drake Passage, hydrographic observations, inverse modeling, and analysis of altimetry and numerical model output.

DIMES is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (U.S.), Natural Environment Research Council (U.K) and British Antarctic Survey (U.K.)

For more information please see the official project website at DIMES


Data Activity or Cruise Information

Cruise

Cruise Name JC069 (UKD-3)
Departure Date 2012-01-31
Arrival Date 2012-03-22
Principal Scientist(s)Alberto C Naveira Garabato (University of Southampton School of Ocean and Earth Science), Andrew J Watson (University of East Anglia School of Environmental Sciences)
Ship RRS James Cook

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here


Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station NameDrake Passage - WOCE SR1
CategoryOffshore route/traverse

World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) Southern Repeat Section 1 - South America to West Antarctic Peninsula

WOCE established a repeat hydrographic section across Drake Passage and designated it SR1 (also known as A21). The section is located between the Southern tip of South America and the West Antarctic Peninsula within a bounding box of 55° 19.40' S, 68° 15.80' W (North-Western corner) and 64° 8.52' S, 63° 4.80' W (South-Eastern corner).

A table of cruises which occupied SR1 is presented below with links to the relevant cruise reports (where available).

Cruise Country Start Date End Date
R/V Meteor 11/5 Germany 23-01-1990 08-03-1990
Polarstern ANT 10-5 Germany 08-08-1992 26-09-1992
R/V Vidal Gormaz 20VDSR0193_1 Chile 02-11-1993 25-12-1993
R/V Vidal Gormaz 20VDSR0194_1 Chile 08-11-1994 08-12-1994
R/V Vidal Gormaz 20VDSR0195_1 Chile 04-12-1995 15-12-1995
R/V Vidal Gormaz 20VDSR0196_1 Chile 28-11-1996 13-12-1996
R/V Vidal Gormaz 20VDSR0198_1 Chile 26-11-1998 15-12-1998
RRS James Clark Ross JR40 United Kingdom 15-03-1999 22-04-1999
RRS James Cook JC031 United Kingdom 03-02-2009 03-03-2009
RRS James Cook JC054 United Kingdom 28-11-2010 08-01-2011
RRS James Cook JC069 United Kingdom 31-01-2012 22-03-2012

Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 1


BODC Quality Control Flags

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

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

SeaDataNet Quality Control Flags

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

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

Appendix 1: Drake Passage - WOCE SR1

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

If you are interested in these series, please be aware we offer a multiple file download service. Should your credentials be insufficient for automatic download, the service also offers a referral to our Enquiries Officer who may be able to negotiate access.

Series IdentifierData CategoryStart date/timeStart positionCruise
1010471CTD or STD cast1995-03-23 18:52:0055.51417 S, 58.61 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010483CTD or STD cast1995-03-28 09:34:0065.348 S, 25.01317 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010495CTD or STD cast1995-03-30 09:35:0072.46083 S, 16.52233 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010502CTD or STD cast1995-03-30 14:58:0072.38 S, 16.94717 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010514CTD or STD cast1995-03-30 16:55:0072.34467 S, 17.0335 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010526CTD or STD cast1995-03-30 19:41:0072.27517 S, 17.2265 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010538CTD or STD cast1995-03-30 23:04:0072.186 S, 17.46233 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010551CTD or STD cast1995-03-31 03:20:0072.06983 S, 17.90383 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010563CTD or STD cast1995-03-31 07:14:0071.95583 S, 18.222 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010575CTD or STD cast1995-03-31 17:33:0071.84783 S, 18.522 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010587CTD or STD cast1995-03-31 22:40:0071.70533 S, 18.86333 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010599CTD or STD cast1995-04-01 11:34:0072.49367 S, 22.92283 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010606CTD or STD cast1995-04-01 22:52:0071.70583 S, 18.862 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010618CTD or STD cast1995-04-02 04:38:0071.30517 S, 19.50083 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010631CTD or STD cast1995-04-02 10:28:0070.85433 S, 20.13317 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010643CTD or STD cast1995-04-02 17:02:0070.25583 S, 20.98917 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010655CTD or STD cast1995-04-02 23:30:0069.65567 S, 21.82117 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010667CTD or STD cast1995-04-03 07:40:0069.05683 S, 22.62883 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010679CTD or STD cast1995-04-03 16:07:0068.1565 S, 23.83133 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010680CTD or STD cast1995-04-04 01:14:0067.26017 S, 24.993 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010692CTD or STD cast1995-04-04 10:23:0066.36017 S, 26.09867 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010711CTD or STD cast1995-04-04 18:25:0065.46133 S, 27.17333 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010723CTD or STD cast1995-04-05 03:38:0064.5655 S, 28.2055 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010735CTD or STD cast1995-04-05 12:05:0063.96467 S, 28.87867 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010747CTD or STD cast1995-04-05 19:30:0063.3465 S, 29.5725 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010759CTD or STD cast1995-04-06 01:32:0063.07383 S, 30.11383 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010760CTD or STD cast1995-04-06 08:05:0062.7825 S, 30.69183 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010772CTD or STD cast1995-04-06 13:39:0062.49183 S, 31.2625 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010784CTD or STD cast1995-04-06 19:39:0062.07633 S, 31.18417 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010796CTD or STD cast1995-04-07 02:42:0061.661 S, 31.10933 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010803CTD or STD cast1995-04-07 07:37:0061.55067 S, 31.103 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010815CTD or STD cast1995-04-07 13:00:0061.17067 S, 31.048 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010827CTD or STD cast1995-04-07 16:34:0061.109 S, 31.04117 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010839CTD or STD cast1995-04-07 20:58:0060.7 S, 31.00783 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010840CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 00:43:0060.31533 S, 30.9615 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010852CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 04:50:0059.99517 S, 30.929 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010864CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 08:37:0059.76717 S, 30.9045 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010876CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 12:41:0059.67433 S, 30.898 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010888CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 16:53:0059.43467 S, 30.86333 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010907CTD or STD cast1995-04-08 21:46:0059.0505 S, 30.82883 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010919CTD or STD cast1995-04-09 03:43:0058.63483 S, 30.82317 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010920CTD or STD cast1995-04-09 09:57:0058.212 S, 30.82167 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010932CTD or STD cast1995-04-10 11:19:0057.80167 S, 30.832 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010944CTD or STD cast1995-04-10 16:24:0057.45817 S, 31.3275 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010956CTD or STD cast1995-04-10 21:36:0057.11867 S, 31.8165 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010968CTD or STD cast1995-04-11 08:12:0056.77567 S, 32.3065 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010981CTD or STD cast1995-04-11 13:08:0056.3815 S, 32.8735 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1010993CTD or STD cast1995-04-11 18:19:0055.99067 S, 33.41983 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011007CTD or STD cast1995-04-11 22:54:0055.725 S, 33.78667 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011019CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 03:13:0055.48567 S, 34.13217 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011020CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 07:01:0055.25917 S, 34.444 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011032CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 09:23:0055.21517 S, 34.50783 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011044CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 15:00:0054.827 S, 34.68383 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011056CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 16:34:0054.71833 S, 34.67183 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011068CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 19:05:0054.4385 S, 34.67883 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011081CTD or STD cast1995-04-12 21:48:0054.2945 S, 34.67483 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011093CTD or STD cast1995-04-13 01:24:0054.21867 S, 34.66867 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011100CTD or STD cast1995-04-13 07:59:0053.89983 S, 35.02 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011112CTD or STD cast1995-04-13 12:36:0053.50083 S, 34.833 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011124CTD or STD cast1995-04-13 17:40:0053.0835 S, 34.91083 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011136CTD or STD cast1995-04-13 22:46:0052.63267 S, 35.00117 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011148CTD or STD cast1995-04-14 03:57:0052.19833 S, 35.17467 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011161CTD or STD cast1995-04-14 09:46:0051.702 S, 35.24933 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011173CTD or STD cast1995-04-14 15:52:0051.19867 S, 35.3355 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011185CTD or STD cast1995-04-14 22:01:0050.7085 S, 35.41483 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011197CTD or STD cast1995-04-15 04:06:0050.20767 S, 35.48983 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011204CTD or STD cast1995-04-15 08:57:0049.8355 S, 35.584 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011216CTD or STD cast1995-04-15 13:57:0049.58567 S, 35.62367 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011228CTD or STD cast1995-04-15 19:01:0049.33467 S, 35.65833 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011241CTD or STD cast1995-04-16 00:16:0049.1485 S, 35.86267 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011253CTD or STD cast1995-04-16 06:35:0048.93383 S, 35.91917 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011265CTD or STD cast1995-04-21 11:50:0049.82767 S, 35.60633 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011277CTD or STD cast1995-04-21 20:13:0050.709 S, 35.41717 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011289CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 02:34:0050.46067 S, 35.46417 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011290CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 06:26:0050.21183 S, 35.51117 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011308CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 10:58:0049.873 S, 35.57483 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011321CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 16:51:0049.54767 S, 35.6405 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011333CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 23:18:0049.23117 S, 35.80867 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011345CTD or STD cast1995-04-23 05:10:0048.915 S, 35.9495 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011357CTD or STD cast1995-04-23 11:31:0048.6 S, 35.9935 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011369CTD or STD cast1995-04-23 18:41:0048.066 S, 36.00267 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011370CTD or STD cast1995-04-24 02:43:0047.536 S, 35.999 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011382CTD or STD cast1995-04-24 11:45:0047.001 S, 36.00083 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011394CTD or STD cast1995-04-24 14:09:0046.87267 S, 35.9995 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011401CTD or STD cast1995-04-25 00:09:0046.06633 S, 36.00033 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011413CTD or STD cast1995-04-25 03:59:0045.86617 S, 36.00133 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011425CTD or STD cast1995-04-25 14:24:0044.86733 S, 36.002 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011437CTD or STD cast1995-04-25 22:55:0044.06833 S, 35.99417 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011449CTD or STD cast1995-04-26 04:22:0043.86483 S, 35.996 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011450CTD or STD cast1995-04-26 10:49:0043.366 S, 36.0005 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011462CTD or STD cast1995-04-26 17:22:0042.86583 S, 36.00717 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011474CTD or STD cast1995-04-27 00:48:0042.2 S, 35.99817 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011486CTD or STD cast1995-04-27 08:26:0041.53817 S, 35.98867 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011498CTD or STD cast1995-04-27 16:09:0040.8755 S, 35.983 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011505CTD or STD cast1995-04-28 01:03:0039.86733 S, 36.01317 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011517CTD or STD cast1995-04-28 09:37:0038.86917 S, 35.9965 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011529CTD or STD cast1995-04-28 18:30:0037.89783 S, 35.98417 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011530CTD or STD cast1995-04-29 03:30:0036.86367 S, 35.99417 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011542CTD or STD cast1995-04-29 12:16:0035.86433 S, 35.99917 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011554CTD or STD cast1995-04-29 21:24:0034.867 S, 35.9925 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011566CTD or STD cast1995-04-30 06:08:0034.36617 S, 35.99017 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011578CTD or STD cast1995-04-30 12:45:0033.868 S, 36.003 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011591CTD or STD cast1995-04-30 18:11:0033.53967 S, 35.9945 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011609CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 00:02:0033.08817 S, 36.0005 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011610CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 04:33:0032.847 S, 35.98783 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011622CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 08:50:0032.56383 S, 35.99383 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011634CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 14:02:0031.99967 S, 36.00717 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011646CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 18:48:0031.55183 S, 36.00617 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011658CTD or STD cast1995-05-01 22:11:0031.2525 S, 36.00733 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011671CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 01:20:0031.01767 S, 36.00317 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011683CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 04:32:0030.69117 S, 36.25633 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011695CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 07:58:0030.3215 S, 36.5735 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011702CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 11:37:0030.0045 S, 36.8805 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011714CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 14:31:0029.856 S, 37.02533 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011726CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 17:31:0029.728 S, 37.141 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011738CTD or STD cast1995-05-02 21:14:0029.61167 S, 37.268 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011751CTD or STD cast1995-05-03 01:15:0029.43933 S, 37.43967 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011763CTD or STD cast1995-05-03 06:22:0029.092 S, 37.76917 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011775CTD or STD cast1995-05-03 12:14:0028.70667 S, 38.13367 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011787CTD or STD cast1995-05-03 20:35:0028.53233 S, 38.3065 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011799CTD or STD cast1995-05-04 02:11:0028.19617 S, 38.62583 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011806CTD or STD cast1995-05-04 07:35:0027.86167 S, 38.94383 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011818CTD or STD cast1995-05-04 12:53:0027.52567 S, 39.2605 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011831CTD or STD cast1995-05-04 17:41:0027.28967 S, 39.47967 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011843CTD or STD cast1995-05-04 23:04:0027.0245 S, 39.95917 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011855CTD or STD cast1995-05-05 04:49:0026.74867 S, 40.45133 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011867CTD or STD cast1995-05-05 09:00:0026.64783 S, 40.64217 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1011879CTD or STD cast1995-05-05 15:01:0026.2525 S, 41.34517 WRRS James Clark Ross JR19950320 (JR10)
1022030Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 01:02:2064.14044 S, 68.66633 WRRS James Cook JC031
1022017Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 01:03:1264.14045 S, 68.66691 WRRS James Cook JC031
912096Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 01:09:0056.33 S, 67.99 WRRS James Cook JC031
912987Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 01:09:0056.33 S, 67.99 WRRS James Cook JC031
935789CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 01:09:1556.33 S, 67.99 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875752Water sample data2009-02-06 01:24:0056.33 S, 67.99004 WRRS James Cook JC031
935790CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 05:20:1056.7999 S, 68.19 WRRS James Cook JC031
912103Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 05:21:0056.8 S, 68.19 WRRS James Cook JC031
912999Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 05:21:0056.8 S, 68.19 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875764Water sample data2009-02-06 05:43:0056.79993 S, 68.18997 WRRS James Cook JC031
935808CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 07:16:4556.8501 S, 68.21 WRRS James Cook JC031
912115Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 07:18:0056.85 S, 68.21 WRRS James Cook JC031
913002Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 07:18:0056.85 S, 68.21 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875776Water sample data2009-02-06 07:43:0056.85004 S, 68.21002 WRRS James Cook JC031
935821CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 09:39:3556.88 S, 68.23 WRRS James Cook JC031
912127Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 09:41:0056.88 S, 68.23 WRRS James Cook JC031
913014Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 09:41:0056.88 S, 68.23 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875788Water sample data2009-02-06 10:34:0056.87999 S, 68.23 WRRS James Cook JC031
912139Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 12:59:0056.89 S, 68.24 WRRS James Cook JC031
913026Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 12:59:0056.89 S, 68.24 WRRS James Cook JC031
935833CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 13:00:0856.89 S, 68.2401 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875807Water sample data2009-02-06 14:14:0056.89002 S, 68.24007 WRRS James Cook JC031
912140Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 23:38:0056.91167 S, 68.24183 WRRS James Cook JC031
913038Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-06 23:38:0056.91167 S, 68.24183 WRRS James Cook JC031
935845CTD or STD cast2009-02-06 23:38:2356.9117 S, 68.2419 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875819Water sample data2009-02-07 01:01:0056.91145 S, 68.2416 WRRS James Cook JC031
935857CTD or STD cast2009-02-07 04:44:2656.92 S, 68.2399 WRRS James Cook JC031
912152Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 04:45:0056.92 S, 68.24 WRRS James Cook JC031
913051Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 04:45:0056.92 S, 68.24 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875820Water sample data2009-02-07 06:10:0056.92001 S, 68.23995 WRRS James Cook JC031
912164Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 09:11:0056.98 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
913063Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 09:11:0056.98 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
935869CTD or STD cast2009-02-07 09:11:3356.98 S, 68.2499 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875832Water sample data2009-02-07 10:51:0056.98001 S, 68.24995 WRRS James Cook JC031
912176Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 14:17:0057.13 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
913075Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 14:17:0057.13 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
935870CTD or STD cast2009-02-07 14:18:0357.1301 S, 68.2501 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875844Water sample data2009-02-07 16:17:0057.13004 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
912188Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 19:57:0057.33067 S, 68.23667 WRRS James Cook JC031
913087Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-07 19:57:0057.33067 S, 68.23667 WRRS James Cook JC031
935882CTD or STD cast2009-02-07 19:58:1257.3307 S, 68.237 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875856Water sample data2009-02-07 21:53:0057.33084 S, 68.23566 WRRS James Cook JC031
935894CTD or STD cast2009-02-08 01:44:0057.58 S, 68.25 WRRS James Cook JC031
935901CTD or STD cast2009-02-09 02:20:3057.8305 S, 68.2388 WRRS James Cook JC031
912207Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-09 09:14:0057.83233 S, 68.23217 WRRS James Cook JC031
913099Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-09 09:14:0057.83233 S, 68.23217 WRRS James Cook JC031
935913CTD or STD cast2009-02-09 09:14:0757.8323 S, 68.2322 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875868Water sample data2009-02-09 11:43:0057.83393 S, 68.22308 WRRS James Cook JC031
935925CTD or STD cast2009-02-09 17:37:1158.0924 S, 68.2187 WRRS James Cook JC031
912219Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-09 17:40:0058.0925 S, 68.21867 WRRS James Cook JC031
913106Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-09 17:40:0058.0925 S, 68.21867 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875881Water sample data2009-02-09 19:42:0058.09357 S, 68.21223 WRRS James Cook JC031
912220Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-10 00:23:0058.33867 S, 68.21483 WRRS James Cook JC031
913118Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-10 00:23:0058.33867 S, 68.21483 WRRS James Cook JC031
935937CTD or STD cast2009-02-10 00:24:5158.3387 S, 68.2149 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875893Water sample data2009-02-10 02:24:0058.34045 S, 68.20933 WRRS James Cook JC031
935949CTD or STD cast2009-02-10 20:05:2858.58 S, 68.2507 WRRS James Cook JC031
912232Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-10 20:07:0058.58 S, 68.25083 WRRS James Cook JC031
913131Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-10 20:07:0058.58 S, 68.25083 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875900Water sample data2009-02-10 22:23:0058.5803 S, 68.24759 WRRS James Cook JC031
912244Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 03:12:0058.84133 S, 68.2625 WRRS James Cook JC031
913143Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 03:12:0058.84133 S, 68.2625 WRRS James Cook JC031
935950CTD or STD cast2009-02-11 03:12:2658.8413 S, 68.2625 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875912Water sample data2009-02-11 04:57:0058.84148 S, 68.26053 WRRS James Cook JC031
912256Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 09:24:0059.09083 S, 68.24533 WRRS James Cook JC031
913155Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 09:24:0059.09083 S, 68.24533 WRRS James Cook JC031
935962CTD or STD cast2009-02-11 09:24:4159.0908 S, 68.2453 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875924Water sample data2009-02-11 11:21:0059.09099 S, 68.24358 WRRS James Cook JC031
912268Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 15:47:0059.3305 S, 68.24917 WRRS James Cook JC031
913167Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 15:47:0059.3305 S, 68.24917 WRRS James Cook JC031
935974CTD or STD cast2009-02-11 15:47:2859.3306 S, 68.2492 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875936Water sample data2009-02-11 17:41:0059.33073 S, 68.24914 WRRS James Cook JC031
935986CTD or STD cast2009-02-11 21:48:0859.5898 S, 68.2374 WRRS James Cook JC031
912281Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 21:49:0059.58983 S, 68.2375 WRRS James Cook JC031
913179Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-11 21:49:0059.58983 S, 68.2375 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875948Water sample data2009-02-11 23:35:0059.59001 S, 68.23507 WRRS James Cook JC031
912293Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 03:25:0059.81983 S, 68.23967 WRRS James Cook JC031
913180Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 03:25:0059.81983 S, 68.23967 WRRS James Cook JC031
935998CTD or STD cast2009-02-12 03:25:2959.8198 S, 68.2397 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875961Water sample data2009-02-12 04:58:0059.81996 S, 68.23994 WRRS James Cook JC031
912300Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 08:35:0060.07033 S, 68.18933 WRRS James Cook JC031
913192Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 08:35:0060.07033 S, 68.18933 WRRS James Cook JC031
936001CTD or STD cast2009-02-12 08:35:3660.0704 S, 68.1894 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875973Water sample data2009-02-12 10:09:0060.07066 S, 68.19079 WRRS James Cook JC031
912312Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 13:47:0060.32 S, 68.12 WRRS James Cook JC031
913211Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 13:47:0060.32 S, 68.12 WRRS James Cook JC031
936013CTD or STD cast2009-02-12 13:47:5160.32 S, 68.1199 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875985Water sample data2009-02-12 15:36:0060.32007 S, 68.12007 WRRS James Cook JC031
912324Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 19:34:0060.58 S, 68.06017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913223Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-12 19:34:0060.58 S, 68.06017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936025CTD or STD cast2009-02-12 19:34:0860.5801 S, 68.0601 WRRS James Cook JC031
1875997Water sample data2009-02-12 21:24:0060.58 S, 68.05999 WRRS James Cook JC031
912336Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 01:25:0060.82883 S, 67.99017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913235Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 01:25:0060.82883 S, 67.99017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936037CTD or STD cast2009-02-13 01:25:5460.8289 S, 67.9902 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876000Water sample data2009-02-13 03:04:0060.82853 S, 67.98751 WRRS James Cook JC031
936049CTD or STD cast2009-02-13 07:05:4461.0197 S, 67.6648 WRRS James Cook JC031
912348Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 07:06:0061.01967 S, 67.66483 WRRS James Cook JC031
913247Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 07:06:0061.01967 S, 67.66483 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876012Water sample data2009-02-13 08:48:0061.01972 S, 67.66612 WRRS James Cook JC031
912361Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 13:28:0061.20983 S, 67.30717 WRRS James Cook JC031
913259Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 13:28:0061.20983 S, 67.30717 WRRS James Cook JC031
936050CTD or STD cast2009-02-13 13:28:2461.2098 S, 67.3072 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876024Water sample data2009-02-13 15:18:0061.20979 S, 67.3064 WRRS James Cook JC031
912373Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 19:59:0061.40967 S, 66.99483 WRRS James Cook JC031
913260Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-13 19:59:0061.40967 S, 66.99483 WRRS James Cook JC031
936062CTD or STD cast2009-02-13 19:59:2461.4096 S, 66.9949 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876036Water sample data2009-02-13 21:52:0061.4095 S, 66.99104 WRRS James Cook JC031
912385Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 02:02:0061.6 S, 66.66983 WRRS James Cook JC031
913272Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 02:02:0061.6 S, 66.66983 WRRS James Cook JC031
936074CTD or STD cast2009-02-14 02:03:2761.6 S, 66.6698 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876048Water sample data2009-02-14 03:43:0061.6 S, 66.66992 WRRS James Cook JC031
912397Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 07:32:0061.8 S, 66.32017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913284Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 07:32:0061.8 S, 66.32017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936086CTD or STD cast2009-02-14 07:32:3661.8 S, 66.3202 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876061Water sample data2009-02-14 09:07:0061.79998 S, 66.3201 WRRS James Cook JC031
912404Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 13:07:0062.0 S, 65.95017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913296Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 13:07:0062.0 S, 65.95017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936098CTD or STD cast2009-02-14 13:07:4462.0 S, 65.9502 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876073Water sample data2009-02-14 14:48:0062.00001 S, 65.9501 WRRS James Cook JC031
912416Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 18:40:0062.14 S, 65.58 WRRS James Cook JC031
913303Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-14 18:40:0062.14 S, 65.58 WRRS James Cook JC031
936105CTD or STD cast2009-02-14 18:40:1962.1401 S, 65.58 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876085Water sample data2009-02-14 20:23:0062.14004 S, 65.5801 WRRS James Cook JC031
936117CTD or STD cast2009-02-15 00:08:4762.2722 S, 65.192 WRRS James Cook JC031
912428Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-15 00:09:0062.27217 S, 65.192 WRRS James Cook JC031
913315Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-15 00:09:0062.27217 S, 65.192 WRRS James Cook JC031
912441Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-15 17:10:0062.27992 S, 65.21018 WRRS James Cook JC031
913327Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-15 17:10:0062.27992 S, 65.21018 WRRS James Cook JC031
936129CTD or STD cast2009-02-15 17:11:2762.2799 S, 65.2102 WRRS James Cook JC031
912453Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 02:44:0062.28 S, 65.21 WRRS James Cook JC031
913339Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 02:44:0062.28 S, 65.21 WRRS James Cook JC031
936130CTD or STD cast2009-02-16 02:45:1062.2799 S, 65.2101 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876097Water sample data2009-02-16 04:30:0062.27995 S, 65.21007 WRRS James Cook JC031
912465Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 08:00:0062.38883 S, 64.82283 WRRS James Cook JC031
913340Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 08:00:0062.38883 S, 64.82283 WRRS James Cook JC031
936142CTD or STD cast2009-02-16 08:00:0462.3888 S, 64.8228 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876104Water sample data2009-02-16 09:38:0062.38834 S, 64.8206 WRRS James Cook JC031
912477Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 12:58:0062.5 S, 64.46 WRRS James Cook JC031
913352Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 12:58:0062.5 S, 64.46 WRRS James Cook JC031
936154CTD or STD cast2009-02-16 12:58:5062.5 S, 64.46 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876116Water sample data2009-02-16 14:48:0062.49998 S, 64.46004 WRRS James Cook JC031
912489Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 18:27:0062.60833 S, 64.07983 WRRS James Cook JC031
913364Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 18:27:0062.60833 S, 64.07983 WRRS James Cook JC031
936166CTD or STD cast2009-02-16 18:27:1962.6098 S, 64.0798 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876128Water sample data2009-02-16 20:07:0062.60993 S, 64.07925 WRRS James Cook JC031
912490Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 23:04:0062.69 S, 63.9 WRRS James Cook JC031
913376Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-16 23:04:0062.69 S, 63.9 WRRS James Cook JC031
936178CTD or STD cast2009-02-16 23:04:3762.69 S, 63.9 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876141Water sample data2009-02-17 00:58:0062.68996 S, 63.90005 WRRS James Cook JC031
936191CTD or STD cast2009-02-17 04:19:5762.7801 S, 63.7 WRRS James Cook JC031
912508Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-17 04:20:0062.78017 S, 63.7 WRRS James Cook JC031
913388Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-17 04:20:0062.78017 S, 63.7 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876153Water sample data2009-02-17 05:53:0062.78009 S, 63.69994 WRRS James Cook JC031
912521Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-17 20:11:0062.81 S, 63.62 WRRS James Cook JC031
913407Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-17 20:11:0062.81 S, 63.62 WRRS James Cook JC031
936209CTD or STD cast2009-02-17 20:11:0662.81 S, 63.62 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876165Water sample data2009-02-17 21:45:0062.81003 S, 63.62011 WRRS James Cook JC031
912533Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 00:10:0062.86 S, 63.52017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913419Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 00:10:0062.86 S, 63.52017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936210CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 00:10:4062.86 S, 63.5202 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876177Water sample data2009-02-18 01:08:0062.86004 S, 63.52015 WRRS James Cook JC031
912545Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 03:10:0062.94 S, 63.45017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913420Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 03:10:0062.94 S, 63.45017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936222CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 03:11:1862.9401 S, 63.4501 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876189Water sample data2009-02-18 03:53:0062.94002 S, 63.45004 WRRS James Cook JC031
912557Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 05:30:0062.98 S, 63.39017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913432Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 05:30:0062.98 S, 63.39017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936234CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 05:30:2562.98 S, 63.3901 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876190Water sample data2009-02-18 05:58:0062.98003 S, 63.39009 WRRS James Cook JC031
912569Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 08:04:0063.15 S, 63.20017 WRRS James Cook JC031
913444Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 08:04:0063.15 S, 63.20017 WRRS James Cook JC031
936246CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 08:05:0663.15 S, 63.2001 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876208Water sample data2009-02-18 08:29:0063.15001 S, 63.20014 WRRS James Cook JC031
912570Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 11:29:0063.48 S, 63.17 WRRS James Cook JC031
913456Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 11:29:0063.48 S, 63.17 WRRS James Cook JC031
936258CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 11:29:5063.48 S, 63.1699 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876221Water sample data2009-02-18 12:03:0063.48 S, 63.16999 WRRS James Cook JC031
912582Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 15:04:0063.81017 S, 63.12 WRRS James Cook JC031
913468Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 15:04:0063.81017 S, 63.12 WRRS James Cook JC031
936271CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 15:04:3763.8101 S, 63.12 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876233Water sample data2009-02-18 15:34:0063.81005 S, 63.11999 WRRS James Cook JC031
912594Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 18:38:0064.14 S, 63.08 WRRS James Cook JC031
913481Currents -subsurface Eulerian2009-02-18 18:38:0064.14 S, 63.08 WRRS James Cook JC031
936283CTD or STD cast2009-02-18 18:38:5564.14 S, 63.0799 WRRS James Cook JC031
1876245Water sample data2009-02-18 19:10:0064.13998 S, 63.07984 WRRS James Cook JC031
1088422CTD or STD cast2010-12-25 06:57:0062.8567 S, 63.52256 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650418Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-25 06:57:2462.85718 S, 63.52492 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649927CTD or STD cast2010-12-25 11:48:0062.6035 S, 64.0843 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088434CTD or STD cast2010-12-25 12:04:0062.60287 S, 64.08545 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650431Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-25 12:08:0062.60286 S, 64.08544 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088446CTD or STD cast2010-12-25 19:38:0062.35086 S, 64.648 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650443Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-25 19:41:2362.35084 S, 64.64796 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649939CTD or STD cast2010-12-26 02:23:0062.0974 S, 65.2032 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088471CTD or STD cast2010-12-26 02:42:0062.09567 S, 65.20982 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650455Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-26 02:46:1562.09817 S, 65.20414 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088483CTD or STD cast2010-12-26 08:58:0061.84499 S, 65.76395 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650467Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-26 09:03:5261.84496 S, 65.7639 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649940CTD or STD cast2010-12-26 16:48:0061.4648 S, 66.6016 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088495CTD or STD cast2010-12-26 17:01:0061.46475 S, 66.59983 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650479Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-26 17:05:2261.46474 S, 66.59984 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088502CTD or STD cast2010-12-27 01:49:0061.08263 S, 67.43747 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650480Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-27 01:52:4661.08482 S, 67.44053 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088514CTD or STD cast2010-12-27 09:23:0060.65479 S, 68.00557 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650492Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-27 09:27:4060.65118 S, 68.00994 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649952CTD or STD cast2010-12-27 19:48:0060.1099 S, 68.04 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650511Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-27 21:49:1360.1113 S, 68.05102 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088526CTD or STD cast2010-12-27 21:51:0060.11191 S, 68.05752 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088538CTD or STD cast2010-12-28 03:37:0059.74116 S, 68.06239 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650523Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-28 03:40:4459.74786 S, 68.05942 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649964CTD or STD cast2010-12-28 10:00:0059.3882 S, 68.0799 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088551CTD or STD cast2010-12-28 10:19:0059.38238 S, 68.07612 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650535Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-28 10:22:0959.38896 S, 68.07878 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088563CTD or STD cast2010-12-28 17:21:0059.01535 S, 68.0658 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650547Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-28 17:21:3259.0262 S, 68.10002 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649976CTD or STD cast2010-12-29 02:50:0058.6655 S, 68.1195 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088575CTD or STD cast2010-12-29 03:20:0058.65477 S, 68.10781 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650559Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-29 03:24:2558.66442 S, 68.11832 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088599CTD or STD cast2010-12-29 11:08:0058.29855 S, 68.13619 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650560Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-29 11:12:2258.3057 S, 68.13886 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1649988CTD or STD cast2010-12-29 21:46:0057.9441 S, 68.1593 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088606CTD or STD cast2010-12-29 21:53:0057.93721 S, 68.16622 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650572Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-29 22:02:5757.944 S, 68.15972 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088618CTD or STD cast2010-12-30 07:20:0057.58198 S, 68.18309 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650584Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-30 07:24:2357.58446 S, 68.1812 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650001CTD or STD cast2010-12-30 15:51:0057.2215 S, 68.2 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088631CTD or STD cast2010-12-30 16:07:0057.22496 S, 68.17921 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650596Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-30 16:09:1557.22144 S, 68.19829 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650013CTD or STD cast2010-12-30 23:43:0056.8761 S, 68.2183 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1088643CTD or STD cast2010-12-30 23:58:0056.87767 S, 68.21201 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1650603Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-12-31 00:01:4956.87642 S, 68.21808 WRRS James Cook JC054 (UKD-2)
1813521Currents -subsurface Eulerian2011-04-11 15:44:1856.49991 S, 77.99994 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716450CTD or STD cast2011-04-13 06:09:0059.0 S, 78.0 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716462CTD or STD cast2011-04-14 15:01:0060.235 S, 77.9997 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716474CTD or STD cast2011-04-16 03:37:0061.4118 S, 77.9995 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716486CTD or STD cast2011-04-17 01:07:0062.2222 S, 78.0 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716498CTD or STD cast2011-04-17 18:19:0063.11033 S, 77.99883 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716505CTD or STD cast2011-04-18 11:15:0063.99833 S, 77.9995 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716517CTD or STD cast2011-04-21 09:47:0058.9994 S, 55.8543 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716529CTD or STD cast2011-04-21 21:59:0058.366 S, 56.2488 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716401CTD or STD cast2011-04-22 17:26:0057.4158 S, 56.8407 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716413CTD or STD cast2011-04-23 19:06:0056.7833 S, 57.2295 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716425CTD or STD cast2011-04-24 03:06:0056.468 S, 57.42483 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716437CTD or STD cast2011-04-24 16:52:0055.834 S, 57.737 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1716449CTD or STD cast2011-04-25 06:02:0055.141 S, 57.999 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20110409 (JR276, UKD-2.5)
1223115Surface temp/sal2012-01-31 00:00:0061.84633 S, 70.90217 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1812197Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-01-31 17:31:2035.04032 S, 55.95255 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1812204Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-01-31 17:31:3635.04054 S, 55.95143 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838317CTD or STD cast2012-02-03 14:42:0045.5833 S, 53.6 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838329CTD or STD cast2012-02-08 04:07:0053.9677 S, 53.5128 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838330CTD or STD cast2012-02-09 02:24:0053.3833 S, 50.0833 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838342CTD or STD cast2012-02-10 15:30:0053.341 S, 49.071 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838354CTD or STD cast2012-02-11 02:44:0053.3595 S, 49.2553 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838366CTD or STD cast2012-02-11 09:30:0053.3003 S, 48.929 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838378CTD or STD cast2012-02-14 09:18:0053.131 S, 48.4836 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838391CTD or STD cast2012-02-14 15:37:0053.2167 S, 48.7843 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838409CTD or STD cast2012-02-15 08:00:0052.9282 S, 47.7494 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838410CTD or STD cast2012-02-15 13:00:0053.0409 S, 48.041 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838422CTD or STD cast2012-02-15 18:51:0053.0007 S, 47.4368 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838434CTD or STD cast2012-02-16 05:15:0053.0938 S, 47.0809 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838446CTD or STD cast2012-02-16 22:50:0054.0 S, 49.1287 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838458CTD or STD cast2012-02-19 21:05:0053.9968 S, 50.347 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838471CTD or STD cast2012-02-20 12:33:0054.0022 S, 49.7392 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838483CTD or STD cast2012-02-26 12:51:0053.4406 S, 49.0944 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838495CTD or STD cast2012-02-26 23:33:0053.305 S, 48.9777 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838502CTD or STD cast2012-02-28 11:18:0052.7588 S, 48.824 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838514CTD or STD cast2012-02-28 21:28:0052.7877 S, 49.607 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838526CTD or STD cast2012-02-29 04:12:0053.0834 S, 49.7987 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838538CTD or STD cast2012-03-01 03:44:0053.1989 S, 45.5906 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838551CTD or STD cast2012-03-01 09:09:0053.2574 S, 44.9927 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838563CTD or STD cast2012-03-01 13:16:0053.2923 S, 44.7142 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838575CTD or STD cast2012-03-07 06:52:0055.08073 S, 57.94753 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838587CTD or STD cast2012-03-07 10:21:0055.14012 S, 57.9482 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838599CTD or STD cast2012-03-07 15:11:0055.20922 S, 57.95327 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838606CTD or STD cast2012-03-08 05:20:0055.83883 S, 57.95023 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838618CTD or STD cast2012-03-08 17:10:0056.15445 S, 57.5992 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838631CTD or STD cast2012-03-09 08:01:0056.786 S, 57.198 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838643CTD or STD cast2012-03-09 17:23:0057.0957 S, 57.01067 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838655CTD or STD cast2012-03-11 00:57:0057.74217 S, 56.65117 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1838667CTD or STD cast2012-03-11 08:27:0058.04988 S, 56.43812 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726524Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-14 03:20:3761.84448 S, 65.76288 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726536Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-14 11:56:3961.17012 S, 67.25708 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726548Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-14 20:23:3060.33326 S, 67.99958 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726561Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-15 06:19:1059.33408 S, 67.99925 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726573Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-15 18:27:0858.329 S, 67.99166 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)
1726585Currents -subsurface Eulerian2012-03-17 00:29:3258.32466 S, 67.99128 WRRS James Cook JC069 (UKD-3)