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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 94509


Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category CTD or STD cast
Instrument Type
NameCategories
Bissett-Bermann 9040 CTD system  CTD; water temperature sensor; salinity sensor
Instrument Mounting research vessel
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator -
Originating Organization Scottish Marine Biological Association (now Scottish Association for Marine Science)
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) -
 

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier C678/012
BODC Series Reference 94509
 

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 1978-04-16 18:02
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) -
Nominal Cycle Interval -
 

Spatial Co-ordinates

Latitude 57.38500 N ( 57° 23.1' N )
Longitude 10.88500 W ( 10° 53.1' W )
Positional Uncertainty Unspecified
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth 12.68 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth 784.49 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height 21.5 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height 793.32 m
Sea Floor Depth 806.0 m
Sea Floor Depth Source -
Sensor or Sampling Distribution Variable common depth - All sensors are grouped effectively at the same depth, but this depth varies significantly during the series
Sensor or Sampling Depth Datum Instantaneous - Depth measured below water line or instantaneous water body surface
Sea Floor Depth Datum Instantaneous - Depth measured below water line or instantaneous water body surface
 

Parameters

BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
PRESPR011DecibarsPressure (spatial coordinate) exerted by the water body by profiling pressure sensor and correction to read zero at sea level
PSALPR011DimensionlessPractical salinity of the water body by conductivity cell and computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithm
TEMPST011Degrees CelsiusTemperature of the water body by CTD or STD

Definition of Rank

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

Problem Reports

No Problem Report Found in the Database


Data Access Policy

Open Data supplied by Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

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


Narrative Documents

Bissett-Bermann 9040 Conductivity Temperature and Depth

The basic configuration of the B-B 9040 CTD incorporates pressure, temperature and conductivity sensors which could be logged digitally. This system also made it possible to derive other parameters, such as salinity, depth and sound velocity.

The instrument was versatile and it was possible to attach a dissolved oxygen sensor or to change the CTD housing, allowing it to obtain data from deeper layers in the water column. The accuracy for salinity is ±0.02 ppt , and ±0.02°C for temperature.

This instrument was also known as the Plessey 9040.

RRS Challenger 6/78 CTD Data Documentation

Introduction

Documentation for the CTD data collected on RRS Challenger Cruise 6/78 (April 1978) by the Scottish Marine Biological Association, Oban, Argyll, Scotland, UK, under the direction of D. J. Ellett.

Note that no start time was given for cast C678/015 (BODC Series Reference 94534) - it has been set to 1000h to fit in with the preceding and following casts.

SMBA commented that C678/020, C678/022 (BODC Series Reference 94595 and 94614) - salinity from bottle samples doubtful.

Instrumentation

The instrument used was a Bissett Berman 9040 CTD system and the data were logged on a Hewlett Packard 9820 and stored in an integer format. Instrument lowering and raising speeds were between 0.5 m/s and 1 m/s. An acoustic pinger was placed above the CTD to give an accurate depth measurement, this could then be used to check the CTD pressure calibration. An NIO bottle with reversing thermometers was placed above the pinger, within 2m of the CTD system. A bottle sample was taken at the bottom of the cast providing the temperature and salinity are uniform at that point. If large temperature or salinity gradients were present then the bottle sample was triggered at a suitable site on the upcast. A surface salinity sample was also taken at the start of the dip.

Calibration

The CTD was not calibrated in the laboratory. The manufacturer's calibration was used and water samples taken to check the calibration and apply corrections where necessary.

Temperature

The manufacturer's calibration was used to convert the raw data to physical units using the equation below:

Temperature (°C) = (106/Pt -2238.68/55.84)
where Pt is the temperature period in microseconds

These values were then plotted against the water bottle (i.e. reversing thermometer) temperatures and a regression line fitted to the data such that:

Temperature(WB) = m x Temperature(CTD) + c

Then the regression coefficients (m and c) were applied to correct the CTD temperature data - these are given in the table below.

Conductivity

The manufacturer's calibration was used to convert the raw data to physical units using the equation below:

Conductivity (mmho/cm) = (106/Pc - 4995)/58.12 + 10
where Pc is the conductivity period in microseconds

The water bottle salinities and corrected CTD temperatures were used to calculate the water bottle conductivity values. These values were then plotted against the CTD conductivities and a regression line fitted to the data such that:

Conductivity(WB) = m x Conductivity(CTD) + c

Then the regression coefficients were applied to correct the CTD conductivity data - these are given in the table below.

Pressure

The depths from the acoustic pinger were noted where the bottle samples were taken and then used to check the calibration of the pressure sensor - unless calibration values were available from the reversing thermometers. The equation below was used to convert the pressure period to physical units.

Pressure = (106 /Pd - 9712)/0.26267
where Pd is the pressure period in microseconds

A regression fit was carried out using the calibration values and the slope and intercept determined. The pressure values could then be corrected using:

Pressure (CORR) = m x Pressure(CTD) + c

The fit of the CTD data to the water bottle calibration data is given in the table below:

Variable Slope (m) Intercept (c) Standard
Deviation
Temperature (°C) 1.0018 0.0273 0.005
Conductivity (mmho/cm) 0.9968 0.1170 0.013
Pressure (dbar) 1.0037 -3.9436 3.450

Data Processing

Obvious wild points were edited out of the calibration file and the calibration programs run to obtain values for the slopes and intercepts for temperature, pressure and conductivity. These were then applied to the uncalibrated data. Conductivities were converted to conductivity ratios and then converted to salinities using UNESCO recommended routines and sigma-t was calculated. The data values were then sieved to ensure a minimum separation between pressure values of 1 dbar. The data were then visually inspected and major spikes flagged.

References

Sharples, F. (1987).
A new data bank of SMBA STD/CTD observations in the Rockall Trough 1975-84. SMBA Marine Physics Group Report No. 36.

Graham, J.M., Sharples, F., Meldrum, D.T. and Edwards, A. (1987).
STD observations in the Rockall Trough 1975-77. SMBA Marine Physics Group Report No. 39.

Fofonoff, N.P. and Millard Jr., R.C. (1983).
Algorithms for the computation of fundamental properties of sea water. UNESCO Technical Paper on Marine Science 44.


Project Information


No Project Information held for the Series

Data Activity or Cruise Information

Cruise

Cruise Name CH6/78
Departure Date 1978-04-11
Arrival Date 1978-04-21
Principal Scientist(s)David J Ellett (Scottish Marine Biological Association)
Ship RRS Challenger

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here


Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station NameEllett Line/Extended Ellett Line Station K
CategoryOffshore location
Latitude57° 24.00' N
Longitude10° 52.02' W
Water depth below MSL850.0 m

Ellett Line/Extended Ellett Line: Station K

Station K is one of the fixed CTD stations, which together form The Extended Ellett Line. The line lies between Iceland and the Sound of Mull (Scotland) crossing the Iceland Basin and Rockall Trough via the outcrop of Rockall. As part of this initiative, CTD dips, together with associated discrete sampling of the water column, have typically been carried out annually at this station since September 1996.

Prior to September 1996, Station K was part of a shorter repeated survey section, consisting of 35 fixed stations, known as The Ellett Line (originally termed the Anton Dohrn Seamount Section). This line incorporated those stations across the Rockall Trough and Scottish shelf between Rockall and the Sound of Mull and was visited at regular intervals (usually at least once a year) between 1975 and January 1996.

Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 1

Fixed Station Information

Station NameEllett Line
CategoryOffshore route/traverse

Ellett Line

The Ellett Line is a hydrographic transect consisting of 35 individual fixed stations which were occupied, usually at least once a year, between 1975 and 1996. The time series is named after the scientist David Ellett, who coordinated the survey work at Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory (DML), near Oban. The transect ran between the north west coast of Scotland to the small outcrop of Rockall, via the Anton Dohrn Seamount - a prominent bathymetric feature in the Rockall Trough (see map). STD/CTD dips and associated water sampling for the analysis of nutrients were routinely performed during each station occupation.

In 1996 the transect was lengthened to incorporate new additional fixed stations crossing the Iceland Basin from Rockall to Iceland. This transect, which is still routinely occupied annually, is now known as the Extended Ellett Line and is a collaborative effort between scientists at Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory and the Southampton site of the National Oceanography Centre (NOC).

Map of standard stations (1975-1996)

BODC image

Map produced using the GEBCO Digital Atlas

The white triangles indicate the nominal positions of the Ellett Line stations (1975- 1996). Measurements made along the Ellett Line lie within a box bounded by co-ordinates 56° 40.02' N, 13° 42.0' W at the south west corner and 57° 37.2' N, 6° 7.98' W at the north east corner.

Nominal Ellett Line stations (1975-1996)

Listed below are nominal details of the standard hydrographic stations that formed the Ellett Line between 1975 and January 1996.

Station Latitude Longitude Depth Range
A 57.583 N 13.633 W 130 m 10.0 nm
B 57.567 N 13.333 W 210 m 9.7 nm
C 57.550 N 13.000 W 330 m 10.8 nm
D 57.542 N 12.867 W 1000 m 4.3 nm
E 57.533 N 12.633 W 1658 m 7.6 nm
F 57.508 N 12.250 W 1817 m 12.5 nm
G 57.492 N 11.850 W 1812 m 13.0 nm
H 57.483 N 11.533 W 2020 m 10.3 nm
I 57.467 N 11.317 W 750 m 7.0 nm
J 57.450 N 11.083 W 550 m 7.6 nm
K 57.400 N 10.867 W 850 m 7.6 nm
L 57.367 N 10.667 W 2076 m 6.8 nm
M 57.300 N 10.383 W 2340 m 10.1 nm
N 57.233 N 10.050 W 2100 m 11.5 nm
O 57.150 N 9.700 W 1900 m 12.4 nm
P 57.100 N 9.417 W 1050 m 9.7 nm
Q 57.050 N 9.217 W 350 m 7.2 nm
R 57.000 N 9.000 W 135 m 7.7 nm
S 56.950 N 8.783 W 125 m 7.7 nm
15G 56.883 N 8.500 W 125 m 10.1 nm
T 56.837 N 8.333 W 120 m 6.1 nm
14G 56.808 N 8.167 W 115 m 5.7 nm
13G 56.783 N 8.000 W 110 m 5.7 nm
12G 56.758 N 7.833 W 80 m 5.7 nm
11G 56.733 N 7.667 W 55 m 5.7 nm
10G 56.733 N 7.500 W 220 m 5.5 nm
9G 56.733 N 7.333 W 160 m 5.5 nm
8G 56.733 N 7.167 W 175 m 5.5 nm
7G 56.733 N 7.000 W 145 m 5.5 nm
6G 56.733 N 6.750 W 35 m 8.2 nm
5G 56.733 N 6.600 W 75 m 4.9 nm
4G 56.733 N 6.450 W 115 m 4.9 nm
3G 56.708 N 6.367 W 75 m 3.1 nm
2G 56.683 N 6.283 W 40 m 3.2 nm
1G 56.667 N 6.133 W 190 m 5.0 nm

History of Ellett Line occupations (1975-January 1996)

BODC Cruise Identifier Cruise Dates Ship
CH3/75 4-13 March 1975 RRS Challenger
CH7A/75 1-6 May 1975 RRS Challenger
CH10A/75 4-10 July 1975 RRS Challenger
CH12A/75 26 August-2 September 1975 RRS Challenger
CH14A/75 7-12 November 1975 RRS Challenger
CH5A/76 29 March-5 April 1976 RRS Challenger
CH8/76 19 May-1 June 1976 RRS Challenger
CH12/76 4-15 August 1976 RRS Challenger
CH15/76 7-16 October 1976 RRS Challenger
CH17/76 7-20 December 1976 RRS Challenger
CH4/77 25 February-11 March 1977 RRS Challenger
CH6B/77 14-19 April 1977 RRS Challenger
CH10/77 29 June-10 July 1977 RRS Challenger
CH11/77 12-26 July 1977 RRS Challenger
CH13/77 20 August-3 September 1977 RRS Challenger
CH2/78 30 January-13 February 1978 RRS Challenger
CH6/78 11-21 April 1978 RRS Challenger
CH9/78 31 May-10 June 1978 RRS Challenger
CH11B/78 29 July-12 August 1978 RRS Challenger
CH11D/78 3-17 September 1978 RRS Challenger
CH14B/78 4-11 November 1978 RRS Challenger
CH7/79 10-23 May 1979 RRS Challenger
S5/79 19 June-2 July 1979 RRS Shackleton
CH13/79 11-16 September 1979 RRS Challenger
CH16/79 28 October-11 November 1979 RRS Challenger
CH4/80 26 February-7 March 1980 RRS Challenger
CH7/80 21 April-6 May 1980 RRS Challenger
CH2/81 26 January-4 February 1981 RRS Challenger
CH6A/81 CH6B/81 6-25 April 1981 RRS Challenger
CH10/81 4-14 July 1981 RRS Challenger
CH15/81 6-20 October 1981 RRS Challenger
CH7A/82 CH7B/82 26 April-16 May 1982 RRS Challenger
CH15/82 16-30 October 1982 RRS Challenger
CH7B/83 23 May-2 June 1983 RRS Challenger
CH11/83 10-24 August 1983 RRS Challenger
CH2/84 23 June-8 July 1984 RRS Challenger
CH10/84 16 November-6 December 1984 RRS Challenger
CH1/85 20 January-5 February 1985 RRS Challenger
CH4/85 2-16 May 1985 RRS Challenger
CH8/85 14-28 August 1985 RRS Challenger
CH9 8-22 January 1987 RRS Challenger
CH14 24 April-7 May 1987 RRS Challenger
CH22 23 November-5 December 1987 RRS Challenger
CH25 24 February-7 March 1988 RRS Challenger
CH30 6-23 June 1988 RRS Challenger
D180 20 January-4 February 1989 RRS Discovery
LF1/89 5-11 May 1989 RV Lough Foyle
LF2/89 4-10 August 1989 RV Lough Foyle
CD44 24 November-2 December 1989 RRS Charles Darwin
CH67A 21-29 June 1990 RRS Challenger
CH71A 29 August-5 September 1990 RRS Challenger
CH75B 23 February-3 March 1991 RRS Challenger
CH81 1-8 July 1991 RRS Challenger
CH97 25 September-6 October 1992 RRS Challenger
CH101B 13-20 March 1993 RRS Challenger
CH103 12-24 May 1993 RRS Challenger
CH105 3-16 September 1993 RRS Challenger
CH110 10-20 March 1994 RRS Challenger
CH112 28 April-13 May 1994 RRS Challenger
CH114 15-29 August 1994 RRS Challenger
CH116 17-29 November 1994 RRS Challenger
CD92B 13 April-2 May 1995 RRS Charles Darwin
CH120 18 July-6 August 1995 RRS Challenger
CH124 8-27 January 1996 RRS Challenger

Related Fixed Station activities are detailed in Appendix 2


BODC Quality Control Flags

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

Flag Description
Blank Unqualified
< Below detection limit
> In excess of quoted value
A Taxonomic flag for affinis (aff.)
B Beginning of CTD Down/Up Cast
C Taxonomic flag for confer (cf.)
D Thermometric depth
E End of CTD Down/Up Cast
G 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: Ellett Line/Extended Ellett Line Station K

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Series IdentifierData CategoryStart date/timeStart positionCruise
89950CTD or STD cast1975-05-04 12:32:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH7A/75
89292CTD or STD cast1975-07-06 00:28:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH10A/75
90176CTD or STD cast1975-11-09 02:33:0057.3983 N, 10.8683 WRRS Challenger CH14A/75
90521CTD or STD cast1976-04-02 14:19:0057.4033 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH5A/76
91235CTD or STD cast1976-05-22 11:53:0057.3933 N, 10.8683 WRRS Challenger CH8/76
90963CTD or STD cast1977-03-07 01:07:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH4/77
92029CTD or STD cast1977-04-16 00:08:0057.3916 N, 10.8916 WRRS Challenger CH6B/77
94190CTD or STD cast1977-07-24 06:40:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH11/77
88750CTD or STD cast1977-08-22 06:27:0057.3983 N, 10.8633 WRRS Challenger CH13/77
92503CTD or STD cast1978-02-07 03:20:0057.4183 N, 10.9183 WRRS Challenger CH2/78
94792CTD or STD cast1978-04-19 07:08:0057.3883 N, 10.86 WRRS Challenger CH6/78
95285CTD or STD cast1978-06-05 19:22:0057.4033 N, 10.8416 WRRS Challenger CH9/78
186062CTD or STD cast1978-08-10 02:05:0057.4 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH11B/78
190847CTD or STD cast1978-09-12 15:27:0057.3916 N, 10.87 WRRS Challenger CH11D/78
314404CTD or STD cast1978-11-08 00:55:0057.4133 N, 10.875 WRRS Challenger CH14B/78
98664CTD or STD cast1979-05-20 18:53:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH7/79
95979CTD or STD cast1979-09-15 05:30:0057.3866 N, 10.86 WRRS Challenger CH13/79
187606CTD or STD cast1980-03-02 17:09:0057.3983 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH4/80
188923CTD or STD cast1980-05-04 15:08:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH7/80
188369CTD or STD cast1981-04-20 13:40:0057.3916 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH6B/81
187157CTD or STD cast1981-10-15 02:25:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH15/81
189268CTD or STD cast1982-04-29 12:23:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH7A/82
189490CTD or STD cast1982-05-09 15:08:0057.3983 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH7B/82
193568CTD or STD cast1983-05-25 22:05:0057.4 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH7B/83
97009CTD or STD cast1983-08-18 05:42:0057.4 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH11/83
313290CTD or STD cast1984-06-28 12:20:0057.385 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH2/84
313308CTD or STD cast1984-06-28 13:52:0057.385 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH2/84
253973CTD or STD cast1985-05-09 05:45:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH4/85
261278CTD or STD cast1985-08-21 03:39:0057.3983 N, 10.8716 WRRS Challenger CH8/85
264240CTD or STD cast1987-01-10 23:59:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH9
250490CTD or STD cast1987-04-29 02:13:0057.3983 N, 10.8683 WRRS Challenger CH14
263887CTD or STD cast1988-06-19 21:02:0057.3983 N, 10.8616 WRRS Challenger CH30
265439CTD or STD cast1989-01-25 07:29:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Discovery D180
265937CTD or STD cast1989-05-06 18:13:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRV Lough Foyle LF1/89
317715CTD or STD cast1989-08-05 20:57:0057.4 N, 10.8733 WRV Lough Foyle LF2/89
316890CTD or STD cast1989-11-26 16:16:0057.4 N, 10.86 WRRS Charles Darwin CD44
315002CTD or STD cast1990-06-27 18:42:0057.4 N, 10.865 WRRS Challenger CH67A
259760CTD or STD cast1990-09-01 23:47:0057.4 N, 10.8666 WRRS Challenger CH71A
382585CTD or STD cast1991-02-27 12:42:0057.3967 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH75B
316287CTD or STD cast1991-07-03 07:03:0057.4017 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH81
386562CTD or STD cast1992-09-27 21:47:0057.4 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH97
385663CTD or STD cast1993-05-15 16:50:0057.4017 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH103
387798CTD or STD cast1993-09-06 17:49:0057.403 N, 10.8685 WRRS Challenger CH105
389271CTD or STD cast1994-05-02 23:31:0057.3932 N, 10.8597 WRRS Challenger CH112
390905CTD or STD cast1994-08-18 10:17:0057.4 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH114
392069CTD or STD cast1994-11-25 17:40:0057.4 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH116
435170CTD or STD cast1995-04-22 14:06:0057.4 N, 10.8667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD92B
390524CTD or STD cast1995-07-31 15:55:0057.4005 N, 10.868 WRRS Challenger CH120
434129CTD or STD cast1996-01-13 17:57:0057.4 N, 10.8667 WRRS Challenger CH124
1014644CTD or STD cast1996-10-01 18:01:0057.39683 N, 10.86367 WRRS Discovery D223A
1850144Water sample data1996-10-01 18:34:0057.39688 N, 10.86369 WRRS Discovery D223A
1070726CTD or STD cast1999-09-12 20:50:0057.40283 N, 10.84483 WRRS Discovery D242
1252052Water sample data1999-09-12 21:07:0057.40283 N, 10.84483 WRRS Discovery D242
1075221CTD or STD cast2000-02-04 19:11:0057.40133 N, 10.86567 WRRS Discovery D245
559136CTD or STD cast2000-05-18 12:46:0057.3933 N, 10.865 WFRV Scotia 0700S
1230449Water sample data2000-05-18 12:46:0057.39433 N, 10.8665 WFRV Scotia 0700S
676860CTD or STD cast2001-05-21 04:01:0057.4015 N, 10.85167 WRRS Discovery D253
626771CTD or STD cast2003-04-18 12:50:0057.3963 N, 10.8655 WFRV Scotia 0703S
844976CTD or STD cast2003-07-22 15:51:0057.40485 N, 10.87055 WFS Poseidon PO300_2
667137CTD or STD cast2004-07-14 02:48:0057.403 N, 10.86533 WFS Poseidon PO314
896470CTD or STD cast2005-10-11 07:50:0057.4005 N, 10.86404 WRRS Charles Darwin CD176
2079220Water sample data2005-10-11 08:21:2757.4005 N, 10.86404 WRRS Charles Darwin CD176
2139648Water sample data2005-10-11 08:21:2757.4005 N, 10.86404 WRRS Charles Darwin CD176
776596CTD or STD cast2006-10-25 07:54:5657.4025 N, 10.86883 WRRS Discovery D312
847452CTD or STD cast2007-08-29 16:35:1257.39712 N, 10.86659 WRRS Discovery D321B
880848CTD or STD cast2008-05-22 13:05:0057.3735 N, 10.869 WFRV Scotia 0508S
1616866Water sample data2008-05-22 13:05:0057.3735 N, 10.869 WFRV Scotia 0508S
954290CTD or STD cast2009-06-19 18:22:3157.39969 N, 10.87057 WRRS Discovery D340A
1053563CTD or STD cast2010-05-20 01:14:4457.39383 N, 10.8775 WRRS Discovery D351
1929966Currents -subsurface Eulerian2010-05-20 01:15:4457.3961 N, 10.8736 WRRS Discovery D351
1896793Water sample data2010-05-20 01:48:0057.39226 N, 10.87779 WRRS Discovery D351
1195770CTD or STD cast2011-05-30 20:32:1157.39733 N, 10.8725 WRRS Discovery D365
1203520CTD or STD cast2012-08-04 12:23:0057.40017 N, 10.86748 WRRS Discovery D379
1220418CTD or STD cast2013-05-19 19:55:2657.3997 N, 10.8678 WRRS James Cook JC086
2098383Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2098844Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2099362Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2099940Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2100506Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2101000Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2101478Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
2101927Water sample data2013-05-19 20:23:3057.65639 N, 11.125 WRRS James Cook JC086
1371179CTD or STD cast2014-07-15 12:18:4957.4002 N, 10.8674 WRRS James Clark Ross JR20140531 (JR302)
1723305CTD or STD cast2015-06-13 01:05:5857.3998 N, 10.8672 WRRS Discovery DY031
1722399Currents -subsurface Eulerian2015-06-13 01:06:2757.39978 N, 10.86726 WRRS Discovery DY031
2150367Water sample data2015-06-13 01:29:3057.39978 N, 10.86725 WRRS Discovery DY031
1879255Water sample data2015-06-13 01:30:0057.39978 N, 10.86725 WRRS Discovery DY031
1764593CTD or STD cast2016-06-16 18:23:3157.3996 N, 10.8667 WRRS Discovery DY052
1765720Currents -subsurface Eulerian2016-06-16 18:24:0057.39955 N, 10.86675 WRRS Discovery DY052
1874921Water sample data2016-06-16 18:48:0057.39955 N, 10.86675 WRRS Discovery DY052
2149434Water sample data2016-06-16 18:48:1657.39955 N, 10.86675 WRRS Discovery DY052
1976049CTD or STD cast2017-05-17 20:31:4957.3999 N, 10.8666 WRRS Discovery DY078 (DY079)

Appendix 2: Ellett Line

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