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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 1884546

Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category CTD or STD cast
Instrument Type
Sea-Bird SBE 43 Dissolved Oxygen Sensor  dissolved gas sensors
Chelsea Technologies Group Aquatracka fluorometer  fluorometers
Sea-Bird SBE 911plus CTD  CTD; water temperature sensor; salinity sensor
WETLabs ECO FL fluorometer  fluorometers
WETLabs ECO-FLNTU combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor  fluorometers; optical backscatter sensors
Sea-Bird SBE 3plus (SBE 3P) temperature sensor  water temperature sensor
Sea-Bird SBE 4C conductivity sensor  salinity sensor
Paroscientific Digiquartz depth sensors  water pressure sensors
Instrument Mounting lowered unmanned submersible
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator Ms Jenny Hindson
Originating Organization Marine Scotland Aberdeen Marine Laboratory
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) -

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier SC05/15/125
BODC Series Reference 1884546

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 2015-05-01 09:29
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) -
Nominal Cycle Interval 1.0 decibars

Spatial Co-ordinates

Latitude 60.48400 N ( 60° 29.0' N )
Longitude 4.43367 W ( 4° 26.0' W )
Positional Uncertainty Unspecified
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth 1.98 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth 976.32 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height 19.67 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height 994.02 m
Sea Floor Depth 996.0 m
Sea Floor Depth Source DATAHEAD
Sensor or Sampling Distribution Variable common depth - All sensors are grouped effectively at the same depth, but this depth varies significantly during the series
Sensor or Sampling Depth Datum Unspecified -
Sea Floor Depth Datum Unspecified -


BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
ACYCAA011DimensionlessSequence number
CCOMD0011Parts per billionConcentration of coloured dissolved organic matter {CDOM Gelbstoff} per unit volume of the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by in-situ UV Aquatracka fluorometer
CNDCST011Siemens per metreElectrical conductivity of the water body by CTD
CPHLPR011Milligrams per cubic metreConcentration of chlorophyll-a {chl-a CAS 479-61-8} per unit volume of the water body [particulate >unknown phase] by in-situ chlorophyll fluorometer
CPHLZZXX1Milligrams per cubic metreConcentration of chlorophyll-a {chl-a CAS 479-61-8} per unit volume of the water body [particulate >unknown phase]
DOXYZZ011Micromoles per litreConcentration of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} per unit volume of the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by in-situ sensor
OXYSSU011PercentSaturation of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} in the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by Sea-Bird SBE 43 sensor and computation from concentration using Benson and Krause algorithm
POTMCV011Degrees CelsiusPotential temperature of the water body by computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
PRESPR011DecibarsPressure (spatial coordinate) exerted by the water body by profiling pressure sensor and correction to read zero at sea level
PSALST011DimensionlessPractical salinity of the water body by CTD and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
SIGTPR011Kilograms per cubic metreSigma-theta of the water body by CTD and computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithm
TEMPST011Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the water body by CTD or STD
TURBXXXX1Nephelometric Turbidity UnitsTurbidity of water in the water body

Definition of Rank

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

Problem Reports

No Problem Report Found in the Database

Data quality report for CTD data from FRV Scotia cruises 0515S, 1315S and 1815S

During BODC quality control, data were screened using in house visualisation software. The data were screened and any obvious outliers and spikes were looked at in closer detail and flagged if necessary. The originator provided quality flags for all data and so minimal flags were added during BODC processing as data had already been through originator QC. The originator's flags were converted to 'L' flags during processing.

There were a number of profiles where CPHLZZXX and CPHLPR01 are negative for the duration of the cast and so the whole of these casts have been flagged 'M'.


The first cycle of the series 1886252 has the value -95.292503 ppb which was flagged by the originator. During BODC processing this value was set to null.

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Narrative Documents

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

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

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


Housing Plastic or titanium

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.

CTD data from FRV Scotia cruises 0215S, 0315S, 0515S, 0815S, 1015S, 1115S, 1315S, 1415S, 1715S and 1815S: Instrumentation

Cruise Manufacturer Model Sensor Serial Number
0215S, 0315S, 0815S Sea-Bird SBE 19plus V2 SEACAT CTD 6028
WETLabs ECO-FLNTU Combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor 0942
1015S, 1115S, 1415S, 1715S Sea-Bird SBE 19plus V2 SEACAT CTD 6029
WETLabs ECO-FLNTU Combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor 0947
0515S, 1315S, 1815S Sea-Bird SBE 911plus CTD
Paroscientific Digiquartz Depth sensors Pressure 64240
Sea-Bird SBE 3plus Temperature 2041
Sea-Bird SBE 4C Conductivity 1615
Sea-Bird SBE 43 Dissolved Oxygen 0504
WETLabs ECO-FLNTU Combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor 2542
Chelsea Technologies Group UV Aquatracka Fluorometer 9644
WETLabs ECO FL Fluorometer 3700

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

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

Underwater unit

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

Temperature, conductivity and pressure sensors

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

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

Additional sensors

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

Deck unit or SEARAM

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


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

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

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

Aquatracka fluorometer

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

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

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

WETLabs ECO FLNTU fluorescence and turbidity sensor

The Environmental Characterization Optics (ECO) Fluorometer and Turbidity (FLNTU) sensor is a dual wavelength, single-angle instrument that simultaneously determines chlorophyll fluorescence and turbidity. It is easily integrated in CTD packages and provides a reliable turbidity measurement that is not affected by Colored Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) concentration.

The FLNTU can operate continuously or periodically and has two different types of connectors to output the data. There are 5 other models that operate the same way as this instrument but have slight differences, as stated below:

  • FLNTU(RT) - has an analog an RS-232 serial output and operates continuously, when power is supplied
  • FLNTU(RT)D - similar to the FLNTU(RT) but has a depth rating of 6000 m
  • FLNTUB - has internal batteries for autonomous operation
  • FLNTUS - has an integrated anti-fouling bio-wiper
  • FLNTUSB - has the same characteristics as the FLNTUS but with internal batteries for autonomous operation


Temperature range 0 to 30°C
Depth rating

600 m (standard)

6000 m (deep)

Wavelength 700 nm
Sensitivity 0.01 NTU
Typical range 0.01 to 25 NTU
Wavelength 470 nm (excitation), 695 nm (emission)
Sensitivity 0.01 µg L-1
Typical range 0.01 to 50 µg L-1
Linearity 99% R2

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

WETLabs ECO-FL Fluorometer

The Environmental Characterization Optics series of single channel fluorometers are designed to measure concentrations of natural and synthetic substances in water, and are therefore useful for biological monitoring and dye trace studies. Selected excitation and emission filters allow detection of the following substances: chlorophyll-a, coloured dissolved organic matter (CDOM), uranine (fluorescein), rhodamine, phycoerythrin and phycocyanin.

The ECO-FL can operate continuously or periodically and has two different types of connectors to output the data (analogue and RS-232 serial output). The potted optics block results in long term stability of the instrument and the optional anti-biofouling technology delivers truly long term field measurements.

In addition to the standard model, five variants are available, and the differences between these and the basic ECO-FL are listed below:

  • FL(RT): similar to the FL but operates continuously when power is supplied
  • FL(RT)D: similar model to the (RT) but has a depth rating of 6000 m
  • FLB: includes internal batteries for autonomous operation and periodic sampling
  • FLS: similar to FLB but has an integrated anti-fouling bio-wiper
  • FLSB: similar to the FLS, but includes internal batteries for autonomous operation


Temperature range 0 to 30°C
Depth rating

600 m (standard)

6000 m (deep)

Linearity 99 % R2
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 470/695 nm
Sensitivity 0.01 µg L-1
Typical range 0.01 to 125 µg L-1
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 370/460 nm
Sensitivity 0.01 ppb
Typical range 0.09 to 500 ppb
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 470/530 nm
Sensitivity 0.07 ppb
Typical range 0.12 to 230 ppb
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 540/570 nm
Sensitivity 0.01 ppb
Typical range 0.01 to 230 ppb
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 540/570 nm
Sensitivity 0.01 ppb
Typical range 0.01 to 230 ppb
Wavelength (excitation/emission) 630/680 nm
Sensitivity 0.15 ppt
Typical range 0.15 to 400 ppt

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

BODC Processing of CTD data from FRV Scotia cruises 0215S, 0315S, 0515S, 0815S, 1015S, 1115S, 1315S, 1415S, 1715S and 1815S.

Data Processing

Data were submitted to BODC as 10 ASCII files by SFT and following BODC procedures the data were archived. The files contained all CTD casts from each of the following FRV Scotia cruises: 0215S (49 casts), 0315S (47 casts), 0515S (57 casts), 0815S (32 casts), 1015S (65 casts), 1115S (20 casts), 1315S (125 casts), 1415S (6 casts), 1715S (40 casts) and 1815S (108 casts). The data from cruises 0515S, 1315S and 1815S were also accompanied by a file of quality control flags. The header of each file contained the type of CTD used for each cruise, the sensors on the CTD and their serial numbers, an explanation of the format of the file and details of any calibrations.

The concatenated files were sub-divided into individual files for each cast using in house BODC Matlab software. The divided files were then transferred to BODC internal format using standard BODC processing procedures. The originator's variables were mapped to BODC parameter codes as follows:

Originator's Variable Units BODC Parameter Code Units Comment
Pressure dbar PRESPR01 dbar
Temperature (edit) °C TEMPST01 °C This channel has had QC applied by the originator.
Conductivity (edit) mS cm-1 CNDCST01 S m-1 Conversion of /10 applied. This channel has had QC applied by the originator.
Temperature (pri) °C TEMPST01 °C Channel not transferred. The edited channel has been through originator's editing procedures and is of a better quality.
Conductivity (pri) mS cm-1 CNDCST01 S cm-1 Channel not transferred. The edited channel has been through originator's editing procedures and is of a better quality.
Temperature (sec) °C TEMPST02 °C Channel not transferred. The edited channel has been through originator's editing procedures and is of a better quality.
Conductivity (sec) mS cm-1 CNDCST02 S cm-1 Channel not transferred. The edited channel has been through originator's editing procedures and is of a better quality.
Fluorescence μg L-1 CPHLPR01 mg m-3 Equivalent units
Oxygen mL L-1 DOXYZZ01 μmol L-1 Conversion of * 44.66 applied. Series from cruises 0515S, 1315S and 1815S only.
Fluorescence CDOM-AQ μg L-1 CCOMD001 mg m-3 Series from cruises 0515S, 1315S and 1815S only.
Fluorescence CDOM-WL μg L-1 CCOMD002 mg m-3 Series from cruises 1315S and 1815S only.
PSALST01 dimensionless Channel derived during transfer using Fofonoff and Millard (1983).
SIGTPR01 kg m-3 Channel derived during transfer using Fofonoff and Millard (1983).
OXYSSU01 % Channel derived during transfer using Benson and Krause (1984) if oxygen channel is present.

Channels that were not transferred are available on request.


Post transfer analysis and crosschecks were applied according to BODC procedures. This involved the screening of data using BODC's in house visualisation software where any suspect data were flagged but not removed.


Benson B.B. and Krause D., 1984. The concentration and isotopic fractionation of oxygen dissolved in freshwater and seawater in equilibrium with the atmosphere. Limnol. Oceanogr., 29(3), 620-632.

Fofonoff N.P. and Millard R.C., 1983. Algorithms for computations of fundamental properties of seawater. UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science No. 44, 53pp.

Originator Processing of CTD data from FRV Scotia cruises 0215S, 0315S, 0515S, 0815S, 1015S, 1115S, 1315S, 1415S, 1715S and 1815S.

Sampling Strategy

During 2015 a number of cruises occurred on the FRV Scotia were objectives covered trawl sampling, fish sampling and hydrographic sampling. As part of the hydrographic sampling numerous CTD casts were completed on each cruise. The time channel of these casts was recorded in GMT.

Cruise Cruise Dates Number of CTD Casts
0215S 23 JAN 2015 - 13 FEB 2015 49
0315S 16 FEB 2015 - 09 MAR 2015 47
0515S 25 APR 2015 - 8 MAY 2015 57
0815S 25 JUN 2015 - 14 JUL 2015 32
1015S 30 JUL 2015 - 20 AUG 2015 65
1115S 23 AUG 2015 - 3 SEPT 2015 20
1315S 19 SEPT 2015 - 02 OCT 2015 125
1415S 5 OCT 2015 - 16 OCT 2015 6
1715S 18 NOV 2015 - 8 DEC 2015 40
1815S 10 DEC 2015 -23 DEC 2015 108

Data Processing

The CTD data were processed by Marine Scotland using the Sea-Bird SeaSoft routines as recommended in the SeaSoft manual for model type Sea-Bird SBE19plus V2 SEACAT.

Pressure data were binned to 1 dbar using SeaSoft and the primary temperature and conductivity channels were adjusted to produce 'edit' channels. Marine Scotland regards the 'edit' channels as the definitive version of the data.

The adjustments consisted of a de-spiking process using Marine Scotland in-house visualisation software and, as necessary, application of a low pass filter as described in Sy (1985).

Field Calibrations

For a number of the cruises Marine Scotland used water samples collected during the CTD casts to generate a calibration equations for the conductivity and fluorescence channels. However, these calibrations were not applied to the data by the originator.


Cruise Number of samples used in calibration Calibration Equation
0215S 98 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1.000403 - 0.008508
0315S 94 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1.0012 - 0.0397
0515S 324 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 0.99909 + 0.034932
0815S 51 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1.000135 + 0.004973
1015S 108 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 0.998795 + 0.051757
1115S 39 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1.000269 - 0.006588
1315S 280 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 0.99924 + 0.025999
1415S 9 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 0.999563 + 0.017777
1715S 73 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1.002776 - 0.101829
1815S 274 Calibrated Conductivity (mS cm-1) = measured conductivity x 1 - 0.00065


Cruise Number of samples used in calibration Calibration Equation
0515S 101 Calibrated Fluorescence (µg L-1) = measured fluorescence x 0.000889 + 0.034492
1315S 102 Calibrated Fluorescence (µg L-1) = measured fluorescence x 0.000261 + 0.3669
1815S 107 Calibrated Fluorescence (µg L-1) = measured fluorescence x 0.001304 - 0.067764


Sy A., 1985. An alternative editing technique for oceanographic data. Deep Sea Research, 32 (12), 1591-1599.

Project Information

No Project Information held for the Series

Data Activity or Cruise Information


Cruise Name 0515S
Departure Date 2015-04-25
Arrival Date 2015-05-08
Principal Scientist(s)Rory O'Hara Murray (Marine Scotland Aberdeen Marine Laboratory)
Ship FRV Scotia

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here

Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station NameFair Isle - Munken Line
CategoryOffshore route/traverse

Fair Isle-Munken section

Long term monitoring carried out by the Marine Laboratory Aberdeen began in the early 1890's by the forerunner of the laboratory, the Fishery Board of Scotland (est. 1882). The first water bottle casts were carried out during 1893 and conducted by Dr H N Dickson on board HMS Jackal. Four of these stations were to become part of the now standard Nolso-Flugga Faroe-Shetland Channel section. In addition, at positions further south, he sampled at three stations and these were to become part of the standard Fair Isle-Munken section. A full set of stations (12) were first sampled along the Nolso-Flugga line in 1903, and since then have more or less been sampled annually or more except for the war years. Since then extra stations have been added to both sections.

Map of standard stations

BODC image

Fair Isle-Munken stations (Amended for presence of Foinaven oil platform)

Listed below are details of the standard hydrographic stations that form the Fair Isle-Munken line.

Station number Station name Latitude Longitude Depth Spacing
01 FIM-01 60° 10.00' N 03° 44.00' W 150 m -
02 SEFOS 60° 13.00' N 03° 51.50' W 170 m 4.78 nm
03 FIM-02 60° 16.00' N 03° 59.00' W 200 m 4.77 nm
04 SEFOS 60° 18.00' N 04° 04.50' W 330 m 3.38 nm
05* FIM-03 60° 20.00' N 04° 10.00' W 390 m 3.37 nm
06 FIM-04 60° 25.00' N 04° 19.00' W 655 m 6.68 nm
07 FIM-05 60° 29.00' N 04° 26.00' W 995 m 5.28 nm
08 FIM-06 60° 35.00' N 04° 45.00' W 1090 m 11.09 nm
09 FIM-6a 60° 38.00' N 04° 54.00' W 1030 m 5.33 nm
10 FIM-07 60° 43.00' N 05° 06.00' W 915 m 7.71 nm
11 FIM-08 60° 47.00' N 05° 16.00' W 830 m 6.31 nm
12 FIM-09 60° 51.00' N 05° 29.00' W 600 m 7.49 nm
13 FIM-10 61° 02.00' N 05° 57.00' W 280 m 17.47 nm
14 FIM-11 61° 12.00' N 06° 22.00' W 240 m 15.66 nm

* FIM-03 - Use 60 20.25'N 004 09.00'W if above position is occupied.

Standard depths of water bottles

5,50,100,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900,1000 and bottom

Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 1

BODC Quality Control Flags

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

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

SeaDataNet Quality Control Flags

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

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

Appendix 1: Fair Isle - Munken Line

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

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Series IdentifierData CategoryStart date/timeStart positionCruise
462118CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 06:53:0060.1658 N, 3.7422 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462131CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 09:21:0060.2155 N, 3.8483 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462143CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 10:13:0060.2675 N, 3.9817 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462155CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 11:00:0060.3015 N, 4.0672 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462167CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 17:31:0060.3337 N, 4.1658 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462179CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 19:30:0060.4172 N, 4.3193 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462180CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 20:53:0060.483 N, 4.4357 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462192CTD or STD cast1995-09-16 23:12:0060.5942 N, 4.7592 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462211CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 03:15:0060.5725 N, 4.7453 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462223CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 05:02:0060.6335 N, 4.8982 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462235CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 06:55:0060.7163 N, 5.1008 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462247CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 08:34:0060.7837 N, 5.2677 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462259CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 10:09:0060.8503 N, 5.4873 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462260CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 12:35:0061.0323 N, 5.9483 WFRV Scotia 1395S
462272CTD or STD cast1995-09-17 14:29:0061.2003 N, 6.3638 WFRV Scotia 1395S
463109CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 00:41:0060.168 N, 3.7198 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463110CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 01:50:0060.2167 N, 3.858 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463122CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 02:43:0060.2678 N, 3.9835 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463134CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 03:53:0060.3007 N, 4.0762 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463146CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 20:31:0060.3302 N, 4.1178 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463158CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 22:00:0060.4172 N, 4.3138 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463171CTD or STD cast1995-11-28 23:25:0060.4833 N, 4.4333 WFRV Scotia 1695S
463183CTD or STD cast1995-11-29 01:46:0060.5868 N, 4.7482 WFRV Scotia 1695S
558631CTD or STD cast2000-05-09 21:11:0060.1683 N, 3.7317 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558643CTD or STD cast2000-05-09 21:59:0060.2167 N, 3.8567 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558655CTD or STD cast2000-05-09 22:46:0060.2667 N, 3.9817 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558667CTD or STD cast2000-05-09 23:33:0060.3033 N, 4.07 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558679CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 00:22:0060.3367 N, 4.145 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558680CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 01:37:0060.4183 N, 4.315 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558692CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 02:51:0060.4833 N, 4.4267 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558711CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 10:01:0060.5817 N, 4.75 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558723CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 11:23:0060.6333 N, 4.8967 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558735CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 13:03:0060.7167 N, 5.0967 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558747CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 14:41:0060.7867 N, 5.255 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558759CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 16:27:0060.8467 N, 5.48 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558760CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 18:47:0061.03 N, 5.95 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558772CTD or STD cast2000-05-10 20:38:0061.1983 N, 6.3667 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558956CTD or STD cast2000-05-15 21:20:0060.4817 N, 4.43 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558968CTD or STD cast2000-05-16 01:06:0060.4833 N, 4.4317 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558981CTD or STD cast2000-05-16 01:40:0060.485 N, 4.4983 WFRV Scotia 0700S
558993CTD or STD cast2000-05-16 05:05:0060.4833 N, 4.4267 WFRV Scotia 0700S
559007CTD or STD cast2000-05-16 08:06:0060.4817 N, 4.4283 WFRV Scotia 0700S
616069CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 13:54:0060.166 N, 3.731 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616070CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 14:50:0060.2175 N, 3.8565 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616082CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 15:45:0060.2677 N, 3.9832 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616094CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 16:43:0060.3012 N, 4.0763 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616101CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 17:40:0060.3392 N, 4.1475 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616113CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 19:12:0060.419 N, 4.3047 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616125CTD or STD cast2002-05-17 20:51:0060.4838 N, 4.4308 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616137CTD or STD cast2002-05-18 07:30:0060.85 N, 5.4802 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616149CTD or STD cast2002-05-18 11:17:0061.0333 N, 5.9492 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
616150CTD or STD cast2002-05-18 13:18:0061.2012 N, 6.366 WRV Cirolana 2302H (CIR2Y/02)
619319CTD or STD cast2002-09-24 19:09:0060.1648 N, 3.729 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619320CTD or STD cast2002-09-24 20:06:0060.217 N, 3.8568 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619332CTD or STD cast2002-09-24 21:04:0060.265 N, 3.9873 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619344CTD or STD cast2002-09-24 21:50:0060.297 N, 4.0732 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619356CTD or STD cast2002-09-25 14:12:0060.3385 N, 4.1493 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619368CTD or STD cast2002-09-25 15:26:0060.4148 N, 4.3143 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619381CTD or STD cast2002-09-25 16:49:0060.4787 N, 4.427 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619393CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 01:36:0060.5825 N, 4.7308 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619400CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 10:36:0060.6352 N, 4.8928 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619412CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 12:04:0060.7167 N, 5.0905 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619424CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 13:23:0060.7803 N, 5.2623 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619436CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 14:48:0060.8462 N, 5.4792 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619448CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 19:52:0061.0333 N, 5.9475 WFRV Scotia 1402S
619461CTD or STD cast2002-09-26 21:50:0061.2028 N, 6.3632 WFRV Scotia 1402S
621650CTD or STD cast2002-12-08 19:18:0060.159 N, 3.7262 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621662CTD or STD cast2002-12-08 20:06:0060.216 N, 3.8533 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621674CTD or STD cast2002-12-08 20:57:0060.2663 N, 3.9802 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621686CTD or STD cast2002-12-08 21:38:0060.3008 N, 4.069 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621698CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 00:42:0060.339 N, 4.1368 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621705CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 01:59:0060.4193 N, 4.3088 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621717CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 03:26:0060.489 N, 4.4305 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621729CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 09:12:0060.5828 N, 4.747 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621730CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 15:37:0060.6263 N, 4.8872 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621742CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 17:29:0060.7165 N, 5.0848 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621754CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 22:03:0060.7898 N, 5.2537 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621766CTD or STD cast2002-12-09 23:55:0060.8548 N, 5.467 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621778CTD or STD cast2002-12-10 02:11:0061.032 N, 5.9633 WFRV Scotia 1802S
621791CTD or STD cast2002-12-10 04:41:0061.1985 N, 6.3588 WFRV Scotia 1802S
628359CTD or STD cast2003-04-30 13:07:0060.1683 N, 3.7342 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628360CTD or STD cast2003-04-30 13:57:0060.2177 N, 3.8615 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628372CTD or STD cast2003-04-30 14:48:0060.2668 N, 3.9858 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628384CTD or STD cast2003-04-30 15:32:0060.3022 N, 4.0793 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628396CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 00:07:0060.3372 N, 4.1508 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628403CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 01:29:0060.4147 N, 4.3158 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628415CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 02:59:0060.481 N, 4.438 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628427CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 05:24:0060.5842 N, 4.7563 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628439CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 07:00:0060.6343 N, 4.8952 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628440CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 08:35:0060.7153 N, 5.1002 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628452CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 09:55:0060.7832 N, 5.2665 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628464CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 11:17:0060.8508 N, 5.484 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628476CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 13:24:0061.0348 N, 5.9492 WFRV Scotia 0703S
628488CTD or STD cast2003-05-01 15:19:0061.199 N, 6.366 WFRV Scotia 0703S
630087CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 00:54:0060.1633 N, 3.7113 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630099CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 02:24:0060.2108 N, 3.8433 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630106CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 03:35:0060.2598 N, 3.9768 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630118CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 04:42:0060.2968 N, 4.0677 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630131CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 05:55:0060.3365 N, 4.1567 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630143CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 07:20:0060.417 N, 4.314 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630155CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 09:27:0060.481 N, 4.4213 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630167CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 13:53:0060.5817 N, 4.7543 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630179CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 15:28:0060.634 N, 4.8987 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630180CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 16:54:0060.7158 N, 5.102 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630192CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 18:18:0060.7792 N, 5.2608 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630211CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 19:44:0060.8502 N, 5.4828 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630223CTD or STD cast2003-09-18 22:14:0061.0318 N, 5.9547 WFRV Scotia 1403S
630235CTD or STD cast2003-09-19 00:17:0061.1983 N, 6.3705 WFRV Scotia 1403S
632358CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 01:33:0060.168 N, 3.7237 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632371CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 02:46:0060.2212 N, 3.8602 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632383CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 03:47:0060.269 N, 3.9782 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632395CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 04:45:0060.2995 N, 4.064 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632402CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 08:15:0060.3385 N, 4.138 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632414CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 10:17:0060.4197 N, 4.3203 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632426CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 12:13:0060.4813 N, 4.4372 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632438CTD or STD cast2003-12-10 18:00:0060.5815 N, 4.748 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632451CTD or STD cast2003-12-11 00:39:0060.6363 N, 4.8925 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632463CTD or STD cast2003-12-11 03:27:0060.7785 N, 5.2747 WFRV Scotia 1803S
632475CTD or STD cast2003-12-11 07:04:0061.0352 N, 5.9448 WFRV Scotia 1803S
710665CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 01:18:0061.19917 N, 6.36517 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710677CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 03:08:0061.0315 N, 5.9495 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710689CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 05:08:0060.85467 N, 5.48133 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710690CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 06:52:0060.78333 N, 5.271 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710708CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 08:28:0060.7125 N, 5.10067 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710721CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 10:23:0060.63583 N, 4.89567 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710733CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 12:10:0060.58133 N, 4.74183 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710745CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 14:26:0060.48117 N, 4.43883 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710757CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 16:07:0060.41467 N, 4.311 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710769CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 17:41:0060.33817 N, 4.14983 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710770CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 18:40:0060.30667 N, 4.07383 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710782CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 19:34:0060.26533 N, 3.98333 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710794CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 20:25:0060.2175 N, 3.85933 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
710801CTD or STD cast2005-05-13 21:16:0060.16733 N, 3.7345 WFRV Scotia 0705S_1
713097CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 12:20:0061.19833 N, 6.356 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713104CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 14:18:0061.03867 N, 5.958 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713116CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 16:56:0060.8505 N, 5.48083 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713128CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 18:28:0060.78767 N, 5.25567 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713141CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 20:05:0060.71983 N, 5.09733 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713153CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 22:05:0060.64367 N, 4.9005 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713165CTD or STD cast2005-10-04 23:44:0060.58383 N, 4.73817 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713177CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 02:09:0060.482 N, 4.43033 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713189CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 03:48:0060.41867 N, 4.315 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713190CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 05:11:0060.34433 N, 4.1565 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713208CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 11:15:0060.311 N, 4.05533 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713221CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 12:13:0060.2725 N, 3.987 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713233CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 13:12:0060.2185 N, 3.861 WFRV Scotia 1405S
713245CTD or STD cast2005-10-05 14:04:0060.16533 N, 3.7445 WFRV Scotia 1405S
714341CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 10:05:0060.16417 N, 3.7375 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714353CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 11:04:0060.2165 N, 3.85833 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714365CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 12:15:0060.2665 N, 3.98133 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714377CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 13:06:0060.29967 N, 4.07467 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714389CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 15:39:0060.3335 N, 4.14783 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714390CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 17:34:0060.41633 N, 4.30533 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714408CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 19:00:0060.48433 N, 4.3935 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714421CTD or STD cast2005-12-12 23:24:0060.583 N, 4.7405 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714433CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 06:08:0060.64083 N, 4.88517 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714445CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 12:53:0060.70367 N, 5.116 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714457CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 16:02:0060.77817 N, 5.26817 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714469CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 18:14:0060.853 N, 5.47233 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714470CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 21:01:0061.033 N, 5.9485 WFRV Scotia 1805S
714482CTD or STD cast2005-12-13 23:38:0061.19667 N, 6.36683 WFRV Scotia 1805S
730469CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 00:17:0061.2025 N, 6.36067 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730470CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 02:00:0061.0335 N, 5.953 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730482CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 03:54:0060.84883 N, 5.4865 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730494CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 05:25:0060.78 N, 5.26933 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730501CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 06:56:0060.714 N, 5.10083 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730513CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 09:25:0060.63233 N, 4.89933 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730525CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 10:25:0060.5845 N, 4.74717 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730537CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 12:35:0060.48533 N, 4.433 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730549CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 17:20:0060.41833 N, 4.31133 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730550CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 18:53:0060.33933 N, 4.149 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730562CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 19:48:0060.29867 N, 4.07217 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730574CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 20:39:0060.2685 N, 3.98167 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730586CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 21:27:0060.21717 N, 3.85817 WFRV Scotia 0706S
730598CTD or STD cast2006-04-28 22:14:0060.16717 N, 3.73383 WFRV Scotia 0706S
726090CTD or STD cast2006-10-04 18:23:0060.16483 N, 3.7315 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726108CTD or STD cast2006-10-04 19:15:0060.21633 N, 3.85733 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726121CTD or STD cast2006-10-04 20:11:0060.26633 N, 3.98333 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726133CTD or STD cast2006-10-04 20:58:0060.30033 N, 4.07667 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726145CTD or STD cast2006-10-04 21:56:0060.338 N, 4.15117 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726157CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 15:26:0060.41617 N, 4.31867 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726169CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 16:50:0060.48283 N, 4.4325 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726170CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 18:48:0060.58433 N, 4.75367 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726182CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 20:42:0060.63567 N, 4.90267 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726194CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 22:19:0060.7185 N, 5.10367 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726201CTD or STD cast2006-10-05 23:55:0060.78433 N, 5.268 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726213CTD or STD cast2006-10-06 01:43:0060.8495 N, 5.48467 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726225CTD or STD cast2006-10-06 04:08:0061.033 N, 5.94833 WFRV Scotia 1506S
726237CTD or STD cast2006-10-06 06:00:0061.20067 N, 6.36417 WFRV Scotia 1506S
728324CTD or STD cast2006-12-15 23:26:0060.1635 N, 3.74433 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728336CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 00:48:0060.21483 N, 3.858 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728348CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 02:07:0060.2645 N, 3.98167 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728361CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 03:23:0060.3 N, 4.073 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728373CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 06:12:0060.3375 N, 4.14917 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728385CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 07:46:0060.41767 N, 4.31383 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728397CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 09:25:0060.4825 N, 4.4285 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728404CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 14:02:0060.58417 N, 4.7475 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728416CTD or STD cast2006-12-16 22:35:0060.63417 N, 4.89783 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728428CTD or STD cast2006-12-17 00:50:0060.71717 N, 5.1 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728441CTD or STD cast2006-12-17 04:46:0060.78183 N, 5.26633 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728453CTD or STD cast2006-12-17 06:43:0060.85033 N, 5.48083 WFRV Scotia 1906S
728465CTD or STD cast2006-12-17 09:14:0061.03317 N, 5.94917 WFRV Scotia 1906S
1034461CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 10:21:0060.16783 N, 3.73533 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034473CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 11:18:0060.21717 N, 3.85883 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034485CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 12:11:0060.267 N, 3.985 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034497CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 13:04:0060.29983 N, 4.0765 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034504CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 14:01:0060.337 N, 4.14933 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034516CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 15:25:0060.41633 N, 4.3135 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034528CTD or STD cast2009-05-18 16:59:0060.4845 N, 4.43567 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034541CTD or STD cast2009-05-19 21:10:0060.583 N, 4.75033 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034553CTD or STD cast2009-05-19 23:15:0060.63283 N, 4.901 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034565CTD or STD cast2009-05-20 01:34:0060.71567 N, 5.10133 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034713CTD or STD cast2009-05-22 01:23:0061.19967 N, 6.36683 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034725CTD or STD cast2009-05-22 03:20:0061.03283 N, 5.94833 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034737CTD or STD cast2009-05-22 05:30:0060.85 N, 5.483 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1034749CTD or STD cast2009-05-22 07:08:0060.78433 N, 5.26633 WFRV Scotia 0709S
1036652CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 12:24:0060.16733 N, 3.7335 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036664CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 13:21:0060.21667 N, 3.857 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036676CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 14:15:0060.266 N, 3.98283 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036688CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 15:04:0060.29933 N, 4.07567 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036707CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 16:03:0060.3325 N, 4.16767 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036719CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 17:29:0060.41517 N, 4.316 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036720CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 19:02:0060.48317 N, 4.43367 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036732CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 21:42:0060.58317 N, 4.7495 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036744CTD or STD cast2009-10-11 23:50:0060.63317 N, 4.8985 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036756CTD or STD cast2009-10-12 02:02:0060.71617 N, 5.0985 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036768CTD or STD cast2009-10-12 04:04:0060.7835 N, 5.2645 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036781CTD or STD cast2009-10-12 06:04:0060.84983 N, 5.48417 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036793CTD or STD cast2009-10-12 08:36:0061.03533 N, 5.95383 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1036800CTD or STD cast2009-10-12 10:37:0061.20017 N, 6.3665 WFRV Scotia 1309S
1038032CTD or STD cast2009-12-12 13:23:0061.20033 N, 6.36733 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038044CTD or STD cast2009-12-12 20:31:0060.48433 N, 4.43367 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038056CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 00:32:0060.41883 N, 4.32033 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038068CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 02:16:0060.33717 N, 4.15183 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038081CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 03:12:0060.2995 N, 4.073 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038093CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 04:44:0060.2665 N, 3.98183 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038100CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 05:34:0060.217 N, 3.85783 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1038112CTD or STD cast2009-12-13 06:23:0060.16633 N, 3.73333 WFRV Scotia 1609S
1180390CTD or STD cast2012-05-12 12:10:0061.199 N, 6.3635 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180408CTD or STD cast2012-05-12 14:13:0061.033 N, 5.93667 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180421CTD or STD cast2012-05-12 16:23:0060.84967 N, 5.4805 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180433CTD or STD cast2012-05-12 18:06:0060.78517 N, 5.26633 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180445CTD or STD cast2012-05-12 19:40:0060.71867 N, 5.09567 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180457CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 13:30:0060.633 N, 4.89633 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180469CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 15:40:0060.583 N, 4.75267 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180470CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 18:21:0060.48317 N, 4.431 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180482CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 20:07:0060.4165 N, 4.3125 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180494CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 21:34:0060.33683 N, 4.1475 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180501CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 22:30:0060.29917 N, 4.074 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180513CTD or STD cast2012-05-15 23:32:0060.26583 N, 3.983 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180525CTD or STD cast2012-05-16 00:36:0060.21833 N, 3.8515 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180537CTD or STD cast2012-05-16 01:33:0060.16567 N, 3.73183 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180710CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 00:35:0061.19967 N, 6.368 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180722CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 02:43:0061.03383 N, 5.9515 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180734CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 05:08:0060.84917 N, 5.47883 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180746CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 06:33:0060.783 N, 5.26567 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180758CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 08:12:0060.71567 N, 5.0995 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180771CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 10:01:0060.63083 N, 4.89817 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180783CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 11:39:0060.58317 N, 4.74633 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180795CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 14:06:0060.48417 N, 4.43117 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180802CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 16:06:0060.417 N, 4.31367 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180814CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 17:49:0060.338 N, 4.14983 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180826CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 18:44:0060.30017 N, 4.07517 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180838CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 19:32:0060.266 N, 3.97767 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180851CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 20:20:0060.217 N, 3.85983 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1180863CTD or STD cast2012-05-19 21:11:0060.16567 N, 3.73217 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181031CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 17:19:0060.16683 N, 3.73333 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181043CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 18:20:0060.21783 N, 3.8585 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181055CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 19:10:0060.26667 N, 3.98467 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181067CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 19:53:0060.301 N, 4.0735 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181079CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 20:42:0060.33783 N, 4.14817 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1181080CTD or STD cast2012-05-20 21:26:0060.42117 N, 4.31833 WFRV Scotia 0512S
1182869CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 13:12:0060.1675 N, 3.73117 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182870CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 14:08:0060.216 N, 3.85483 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182882CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 15:03:0060.26533 N, 3.98333 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182894CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 15:52:0060.3 N, 4.07467 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182901CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 16:50:0060.336 N, 4.147 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182913CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 18:13:0060.41683 N, 4.31517 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182925CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 19:56:0060.483 N, 4.42933 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182937CTD or STD cast2012-10-03 22:34:0060.5825 N, 4.74733 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182949CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 00:39:0060.62533 N, 4.8915 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182950CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 02:57:0060.71667 N, 5.098 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182962CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 05:03:0060.78167 N, 5.266 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182974CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 07:25:0060.84683 N, 5.4805 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182986CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 10:06:0061.03267 N, 5.9485 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1182998CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 12:20:0061.19967 N, 6.3645 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1183001CTD or STD cast2012-10-04 17:05:0060.86917 N, 5.494 WFRV Scotia 1312S
1185044CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 05:09:0061.20033 N, 6.3665 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185056CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 07:27:0061.0355 N, 5.9505 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185068CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 10:47:0060.85 N, 5.48317 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185081CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 12:32:0060.7825 N, 5.26633 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185093CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 14:24:0060.71633 N, 5.09917 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185100CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 18:13:0060.6325 N, 4.90417 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185112CTD or STD cast2012-12-12 20:17:0060.58317 N, 4.7505 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185124CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 03:40:0060.48333 N, 4.432 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185136CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 08:32:0060.4165 N, 4.31283 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185148CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 10:20:0060.3385 N, 4.15067 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185161CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 11:23:0060.29933 N, 4.0725 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185173CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 13:27:0060.26733 N, 3.982 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185185CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 14:27:0060.21567 N, 3.8585 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1185197CTD or STD cast2012-12-13 15:21:0060.16683 N, 3.73233 WFRV Scotia 1712S
1884386CTD or STD cast2015-04-28 06:09:0060.63317 N, 4.9065 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884398CTD or STD cast2015-04-28 08:02:0060.63317 N, 4.9065 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884405CTD or STD cast2015-04-28 08:21:0060.63317 N, 4.9065 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1879673Hydrography time series at depth2015-04-28 13:30:0060.5935 N, 4.9825 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884417CTD or STD cast2015-04-28 15:15:0060.58267 N, 4.74617 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1879704Currents -subsurface Eulerian2015-04-30 15:00:0060.6915 N, 5.067 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1879697Currents -subsurface Eulerian2015-04-30 16:00:0060.63167 N, 4.90917 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884466CTD or STD cast2015-04-30 20:14:0061.2005 N, 6.361 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884478CTD or STD cast2015-04-30 22:07:0061.03633 N, 5.94283 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884491CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 00:17:0060.8485 N, 5.48383 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884509CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 01:45:0060.78233 N, 5.26667 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884510CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 03:12:0060.71617 N, 5.1 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884522CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 04:54:0060.63267 N, 4.90117 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884534CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 06:57:0060.58233 N, 4.749 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884558CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 11:06:0060.41817 N, 4.31333 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884571CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 12:33:0060.33333 N, 4.16683 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884583CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 13:20:0060.3 N, 4.07483 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884595CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 14:10:0060.26617 N, 3.98233 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884602CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 15:09:0060.2165 N, 3.86 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884614CTD or STD cast2015-05-01 16:06:0060.1665 N, 3.7315 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884626CTD or STD cast2015-05-02 08:47:0060.63 N, 4.90017 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884847CTD or STD cast2015-05-05 12:40:0060.63067 N, 4.91 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884859CTD or STD cast2015-05-05 14:46:0060.69083 N, 5.06833 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1884860CTD or STD cast2015-05-05 17:16:0060.7555 N, 5.23567 WFRV Scotia 0515S
1885015CTD or STD cast2015-09-21 02:49:0060.58417 N, 4.75083 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885027CTD or STD cast2015-09-21 05:24:0060.6835 N, 5.04167 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885039CTD or STD cast2015-09-21 12:45:0060.8755 N, 5.52533 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885040CTD or STD cast2015-09-21 16:08:0060.69133 N, 5.08883 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1879716Currents -subsurface Eulerian2015-09-21 17:00:0060.69133 N, 5.06767 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885052CTD or STD cast2015-09-21 23:12:0060.16683 N, 3.73367 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885064CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 00:27:0060.216 N, 3.85783 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885076CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 01:38:0060.26633 N, 3.983 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885088CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 03:07:0060.29983 N, 4.07383 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885107CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 04:14:0060.33483 N, 4.17217 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885119CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 05:45:0060.41783 N, 4.31617 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885120CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 07:45:0060.48367 N, 4.43217 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885132CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 10:25:0060.58317 N, 4.7505 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885144CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 13:21:0060.58333 N, 4.75033 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885156CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 16:05:0060.63267 N, 4.89967 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885168CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 18:43:0060.71633 N, 5.10117 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885181CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 20:43:0060.78317 N, 5.26683 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885193CTD or STD cast2015-09-22 22:48:0060.85033 N, 5.48367 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885200CTD or STD cast2015-09-23 01:21:0060.94533 N, 5.7135 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885212CTD or STD cast2015-09-23 03:24:0061.03467 N, 5.94733 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885224CTD or STD cast2015-09-23 05:10:0061.12083 N, 6.1535 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1885236CTD or STD cast2015-09-23 06:38:0061.20017 N, 6.36583 WFRV Scotia 1315S
1886737CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 19:14:0061.1195 N, 6.16233 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886749CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 20:32:0061.03317 N, 5.95167 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886750CTD or STD cast2015-12-14 22:34:0060.94767 N, 5.71483 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886762CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 00:15:0060.85233 N, 5.4815 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886774CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 01:56:0060.7835 N, 5.26567 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886786CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 03:18:0060.7835 N, 5.26567 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886798CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 05:18:0060.7145 N, 5.1055 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886805CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 09:07:0060.63533 N, 4.9005 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886817CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 14:20:0060.58533 N, 4.748 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886829CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 16:28:0060.58633 N, 4.74883 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886830CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 19:40:0060.486 N, 4.43983 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886842CTD or STD cast2015-12-15 22:52:0060.41833 N, 4.31633 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886854CTD or STD cast2015-12-16 02:37:0060.3025 N, 4.0675 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886866CTD or STD cast2015-12-16 04:58:0060.269 N, 3.98883 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886878CTD or STD cast2015-12-16 06:58:0060.219 N, 3.85967 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886891CTD or STD cast2015-12-16 08:47:0060.16833 N, 3.73167 WFRV Scotia 1815S
1886909CTD or STD cast2015-12-16 13:26:0060.2515 N, 4.6335 WFRV Scotia 1815S