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Metadata Report for BODC Series Reference Number 976630

Metadata Summary

Data Description

Data Category CTD or STD cast
Instrument Type
Neil Brown MK3 CTD  CTD; water temperature sensor; salinity sensor; dissolved gas sensors
Instrument Mounting research vessel
Originating Country United Kingdom
Originator Prof Andy Watson
Originating Organization Plymouth Marine Laboratory (now Marine Biological Association of the UK)
Processing Status banked
Online delivery of data Download available - Ocean Data View (ODV) format
Project(s) WOCE

Data Identifiers

Originator's Identifier CTD044
BODC Series Reference 976630

Time Co-ordinates(UT)

Start Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) 1992-05-25 10:24
End Time (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm) -
Nominal Cycle Interval 1.0 decibars

Spatial Co-ordinates

Latitude 25.66667 N ( 25° 40.0' N )
Longitude 28.55000 W ( 28° 33.0' W )
Positional Uncertainty 0.0 to 0.01 n.miles
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Depth 9.94 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Depth 496.16 m
Minimum Sensor or Sampling Height 4888.93 m
Maximum Sensor or Sampling Height 5375.15 m
Sea Floor Depth 5385.09 m
Sea Floor Depth Source GEBCO1901
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 Chart reference - Depth extracted from available chart


BODC CODERankUnitsTitle
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

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

Neil Brown MK3 CTD

The Neil Brown MK3 conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD) profiler consists of an integral unit containing pressure, temperature and conductivity sensors with an optional dissolved oxygen sensor in a pressure-hardened casing. The most widely used variant in the 1980s and 1990s was the MK3B. An upgrade to this, the MK3C, was developed to meet the requirements of the WOCE project.

The MK3C includes a low hysteresis, titanium strain gauge pressure transducer. The transducer temperature is measured separately, allowing correction for the effects of temperature on pressure measurements. The MK3C conductivity cell features a free flow, internal field design that eliminates ducted pumping and is not affected by external metallic objects such as guard cages and external sensors.

Additional optional sensors include pH and a pressure-temperature fluorometer. The instrument is no longer in production, but is supported (repair and calibration) by General Oceanics.


These specification apply to the MK3C version.

Pressure Temperature Conductivity

6500 m

3200 m (optional)

-3 to 32°C 1 to 6.5 S cm-1

0.0015% FS

0.03% FS < 1 msec


0.003°C < 30 msec

0.0001 S cm-1

0.0003 S cm-1 < 30 msec

Further details can be found in the specification sheet.

RRS Charles Darwin 68 CTD Data Documentation


CTD profile data are presented from the North Atlantic Tracer Release Experiment cruise Charles Darwin 68 as reported by Watson & Ledwell et al. (1992).

Instrumentation and Methodology

Instrumentation Summary

The CTD profiles were taken with a Neil Brown Systems MkIII CTD (s/n 01-1195). This was mounted in a sled custom built by WHOI along with a rosette multisampler (12 bottle 10-litre type manufactured by General Oceanics) and 1.2 litre Niskin bottles. The CTD was fitted with a pressure sensor, conductivity cell, and a platinum resistance thermometer. 4 reversing thermometers were also attached to the sled.

The sled was at the centre of a much larger vertical array of custom designed water samplers (for SF6), interspersed with SEACAT CTDs. The whole array was towed through the water for a period of several hours.

Data Acquisition

Each sampler tow was preceded by a downcast to 500m at about 25m/min, and was followed by an upcast from 500m at roughly the same speed. Since the ship was generally moving at about 1kt (30m/min) the descent and ascent angles are about 45° from the vertical.

A total of 59 casts were conducted (01 - 59). Casts 01 - 15 were test casts and casts to determine background SF6 concentrations. Up to 7 salinity samples and 4 reversing thermometer values were acquired during each cast for the calibration of the CTD.

Data Processing

The raw data have had spikes near the rosette trips removed. There were still obvious spikes of noise in the data. The data from the CTD descents and ascents were interpolated to standard levels every metre from 10m to 500m, where data were available. These were then averaged at the 1m intervals.

Temperature and Pressure

The MkIII CTD was calibrated for temperature and pressure on shore prior to departure. The temperature calibration was checked throughout the cruise with four digital reversing thermometers mounted on the sampling sled. However, the strong temperature gradients and the mismatch in time and space between the reversing thermometers and the CTD probes resulted in rms noise of around 0.090°C. Therefore the shore-based calibrations, which should stand to better than 0.004°C were relied upon for temperature.


Salinity calibrations were also performed throughout the cruise, with samples from the 5-litre Niskin bottles during the background casts and from 1.2-litre Niskin bottles mounted horizontally on the sampling sled during the tows. They showed a consistent salinity error of -0.022psu for the MkIII system for the part of the water column sampled. This correction was applied in processing the CTD data. The processed CTD data are considered as accurate as possible; no post-cruise adjustment of the data was conducted.

BODC Data Processing

No further calibrations were applied to the data received by BODC. BODC were mainly concerned with the screening and banking of the data.

The CTD data were received as 1db averaged pressure sorted down cast data. Parameters were pressure (dbar), temperature (its-90) and salinity (pss-78).

The data were converted into the BODC internal format (PXF) to allow the use of in-house software tools, notably the graphics editor. Spikes in the data were manually flagged 'suspect' by modification of the associated quality control flag. In this way none of the original data values were edited or deleted during quality control.

Very little flagging was required for these data.

Once screened, the CTD data were loaded into a database under the Oracle relational database management system. The start time stored in the database is the tow deployment time, and the end time is the start time + 60 minutes. 1 day was subtracted from all these times after comparison with the cruise report and navigation.


Watson, A.J. & Ledwell, J.R. et al. (1992). RRS Charles Darwin Cruise 68, The North Atlantic Tracer Release Experiment (NATRE): First Sampling Leg. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Cruise Report.

Project Information

World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE)

The World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) was a major international experiment which made measurements and undertook modelling studies of the deep oceans in order to provide a much improved understanding of the role of ocean circulation in changing and ameliorating the Earth's climate.

WOCE had two major goals:

  • Goal 1. To develop models to predict climate and to collect the data necessary to test them.

  • Goal 2. To determine the representativeness of the Goal 1 observations and to deduce cost effective means of determining long-term changes in ocean circulation.


The UK made a substantial contribution to the international World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) project by focusing on two important regions:

  1. Southern Ocean - links all the worlds oceans, controlling global climate.
  2. North Atlantic - directly affects the climate of Europe.

A major part of the UK effort was in the Southern Ocean and work included:

  • Two surveys, in the South Atlantic as part of the WOCE Hydrographic Programme.
  • SWINDEX, a year long study of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) where it crosses major topography south of Africa.
  • ADOX, a study of deep water flow from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean.
  • ACCLAIM, a study of the ACC by altimetry and island measurements.

In the North Atlantic the UK undertook:

  • NATRE, a purposeful tracer experiment to look at cross isopycnic processes.
  • CONVEX, a study of the deep ocean circulation and its changes.
  • VIVALDI, a seven year programme of seasonally repeated surveys to study the upper ocean.
  • Long-term observations of ocean climate in the North West Approaches.

Satellite ocean surface topography, temperature and wind data were merged with in situ observations and models to create a complete description of ocean circulation, eddy motion and the way the ocean is driven by the atmosphere.

The surveys were forerunners to the international Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS). GOOS was later established to monitor annual to decadal changes in ocean circulation and heat storage which are vital in the prediction of climate change.

Data Activity or Cruise Information


Cruise Name CD68
Departure Date 1992-05-08
Arrival Date 1992-06-08
Principal Scientist(s)Andrew J Watson (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
Ship RRS Charles Darwin

Complete Cruise Metadata Report is available here

Fixed Station Information

Fixed Station Information

Station NameWOCE Atlantic Area 10 (AR10)
CategoryOffshore area
Latitude27° 0.00' N
Longitude32° 30.00' W
Water depth below MSL

World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) Atlantic Area 10 (AR10)

WOCE was a major international experiment which made measurements and undertook modelling studies of the deep oceans in order to provide a much improved understanding of the role of ocean circulation in changing and ameliorating the Earth's climate. WOCE established numerous areas and repeat sections in the Atlantic Ocean as illustrated in the map below.

BODC image

The AR10 'Beta-triangle' experiments where centred at 27.0°N, 32.5°W in the southwestern end of the North Atlantic subtropical gyre, with the area occupied between May 1992 to May 1993. A table of all AR10 cruises is presented below:

Cruise Cruise dates Country
Charles Darwin 68 1992-05-08 to 1992-06-08 UK
Oceanus 1992-09-21 to 1992-10-21 USA
Oceanus 1992-10-29 to 1992-11-16 USA
Hudson 1993-04-05 to 1993-05-14 Canada
Charles Darwin 78 1993-04-22 to 1993-05-24 UK

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: WOCE Atlantic Area 10 (AR10)

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
976341CTD or STD cast1992-05-14 20:35:0025.58333 N, 28.3 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976353CTD or STD cast1992-05-15 09:15:0025.66833 N, 28.3 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976365CTD or STD cast1992-05-15 19:15:0025.59667 N, 28.3 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976377CTD or STD cast1992-05-16 04:43:0025.49167 N, 28.39167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976389CTD or STD cast1992-05-16 15:21:0025.46833 N, 28.30167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976408CTD or STD cast1992-05-17 06:38:0025.60833 N, 28.20833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976421CTD or STD cast1992-05-17 15:10:0025.66667 N, 28.395 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976390CTD or STD cast1992-05-17 23:24:0025.46833 N, 28.205 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976445CTD or STD cast1992-05-18 07:05:0025.79833 N, 28.39167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976457CTD or STD cast1992-05-18 15:32:0025.735 N, 28.54833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976433CTD or STD cast1992-05-18 23:16:0025.745 N, 28.39 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976470CTD or STD cast1992-05-19 08:41:0025.72833 N, 28.51 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976482CTD or STD cast1992-05-19 12:44:0025.77833 N, 28.50333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976469CTD or STD cast1992-05-19 23:54:0025.72833 N, 28.485 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976501CTD or STD cast1992-05-20 08:15:0025.64833 N, 28.445 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976494CTD or STD cast1992-05-20 23:35:0025.64167 N, 28.5 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976513CTD or STD cast1992-05-21 00:51:0025.58 N, 28.44333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976525CTD or STD cast1992-05-21 08:36:0025.6 N, 28.345 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976537CTD or STD cast1992-05-21 16:50:0025.53667 N, 28.51 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976549CTD or STD cast1992-05-22 01:06:0025.52167 N, 28.455 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976550CTD or STD cast1992-05-22 09:00:0025.64833 N, 28.40167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976562CTD or STD cast1992-05-22 16:12:0025.63 N, 28.47667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976574CTD or STD cast1992-05-23 11:50:0025.67167 N, 28.35 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976586CTD or STD cast1992-05-23 19:13:0025.675 N, 28.29833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976598CTD or STD cast1992-05-24 02:30:0025.63 N, 28.21833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976605CTD or STD cast1992-05-24 10:39:0025.60333 N, 28.28333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976617CTD or STD cast1992-05-24 18:37:0025.51333 N, 28.29 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976629CTD or STD cast1992-05-25 02:26:0025.72167 N, 28.44667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976642CTD or STD cast1992-05-26 01:46:0025.83333 N, 28.96667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976654CTD or STD cast1992-05-26 09:15:0025.77167 N, 28.79833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976666CTD or STD cast1992-05-26 17:00:0025.72167 N, 28.72333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976678CTD or STD cast1992-05-27 00:43:0025.69167 N, 28.63667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976691CTD or STD cast1992-05-27 08:50:0025.69833 N, 28.635 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976248CTD or STD cast1992-05-27 16:31:0025.63833 N, 28.72667 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976261CTD or STD cast1992-05-28 01:24:0025.79667 N, 28.76333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976273CTD or STD cast1992-05-28 19:06:0025.83333 N, 28.55 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976285CTD or STD cast1992-05-29 04:47:0025.81 N, 28.63833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976297CTD or STD cast1992-05-29 13:06:0025.64333 N, 28.83167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976304CTD or STD cast1992-05-29 20:32:0025.64 N, 28.66 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976316CTD or STD cast1992-05-30 04:21:0025.57167 N, 28.66167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976328CTD or STD cast1992-05-30 11:15:0025.58167 N, 28.75833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976224CTD or STD cast1992-05-30 19:45:0025.73667 N, 28.43333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
976236CTD or STD cast1992-05-31 02:48:0025.81 N, 28.44167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD68
977079CTD or STD cast1993-04-22 19:23:0035.92933 N, 26.634 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977080CTD or STD cast1993-04-24 13:36:0029.0055 N, 30.247 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977092CTD or STD cast1993-04-24 19:14:0028.28533 N, 30.61617 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977111CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 00:44:0027.55383 N, 30.96683 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977123CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 06:26:0026.831 N, 31.3355 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977135CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 09:27:0026.53333 N, 31.4625 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977147CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 11:49:0026.37017 N, 31.54867 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977159CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 14:00:0026.219 N, 31.633 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977160CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 16:00:0026.06967 N, 31.714 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977172CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 18:16:0025.9165 N, 31.78433 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977184CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 20:42:0025.765 N, 31.85783 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977196CTD or STD cast1993-04-25 23:00:0025.59717 N, 31.93967 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977203CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 01:02:0025.44883 N, 32.01383 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977215CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 03:07:0025.30383 N, 32.08133 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977227CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 05:31:0025.1475 N, 32.16533 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977239CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 08:02:0024.99383 N, 32.2375 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977240CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 10:48:0024.839 N, 32.30017 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977252CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 13:04:0024.68717 N, 32.37783 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977264CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 15:25:0024.535 N, 32.46183 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977276CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 17:39:0024.38517 N, 32.53567 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977288CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 19:52:0024.2275 N, 32.606 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977307CTD or STD cast1993-04-26 22:22:0024.08267 N, 32.68117 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977319CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 01:03:0023.84817 N, 32.78567 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977320CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 03:41:0023.62117 N, 32.89967 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976710CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 06:24:0023.38517 N, 32.99883 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976722CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 09:08:0023.1545 N, 33.11317 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976734CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 11:55:0022.91767 N, 33.22117 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976746CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 14:32:0022.68533 N, 33.32867 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976758CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 17:05:0022.47017 N, 33.43317 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976771CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 19:50:0022.2405 N, 33.54183 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976783CTD or STD cast1993-04-27 22:30:0022.008 N, 33.65033 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976795CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 01:08:0021.77767 N, 33.75417 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976802CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 04:15:0021.53533 N, 33.86467 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976814CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 06:53:0021.317 N, 33.98183 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976826CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 10:43:0021.3215 N, 33.4485 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976838CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 14:09:0021.31817 N, 32.90767 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976851CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 17:40:0021.318 N, 32.37367 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976863CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 18:18:0021.3245 N, 32.37217 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976875CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 22:04:0021.31583 N, 31.838 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976887CTD or STD cast1993-04-28 22:42:0021.31917 N, 31.83683 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976899CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 01:48:0021.699 N, 31.825 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976906CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 05:04:0022.10167 N, 31.83633 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976918CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 08:23:0022.4995 N, 31.84017 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976931CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 10:46:0022.499 N, 32.0715 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976943CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 13:17:0022.50317 N, 32.335 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976955CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 15:53:0022.4995 N, 32.60333 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976967CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 18:30:0022.49967 N, 32.86733 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976979CTD or STD cast1993-04-29 21:24:0022.50033 N, 33.12933 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976980CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 01:17:0022.50233 N, 33.66933 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976992CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 04:17:0022.4925 N, 33.93267 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977006CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 07:07:0022.4935 N, 34.199 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977018CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 09:47:0022.49983 N, 34.46833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977031CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 12:18:0022.49067 N, 34.73283 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977043CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 14:36:0022.492 N, 34.99733 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977055CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 17:00:0022.49767 N, 35.27 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977067CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 19:50:0022.7495 N, 35.26833 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
976709CTD or STD cast1993-04-30 22:26:0022.99967 N, 35.26733 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977332CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 01:01:0023.25617 N, 35.26767 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977344CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 03:24:0023.50483 N, 35.27117 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977356CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 06:02:0023.49783 N, 34.99617 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977368CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 08:35:0023.50083 N, 34.734 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977381CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 12:37:0023.50383 N, 34.20617 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977393CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 15:00:0023.50183 N, 33.92567 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977400CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 16:58:0023.502 N, 33.65583 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977412CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 17:29:0023.50767 N, 33.65617 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977424CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 19:49:0023.502 N, 33.3835 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977436CTD or STD cast1993-05-01 22:21:0023.49783 N, 33.11733 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977448CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 00:57:0023.50233 N, 32.84283 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977461CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 03:16:0023.62583 N, 32.9695 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977473CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 05:27:0023.75067 N, 32.97783 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977485CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 07:29:0023.74883 N, 33.113 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977497CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 09:56:0023.6215 N, 33.2535 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977504CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 11:42:0023.62617 N, 33.114 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977516CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 15:09:0023.62667 N, 32.65967 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977528CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 18:07:0023.50267 N, 32.39983 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977541CTD or STD cast1993-05-02 20:48:0023.49967 N, 32.13617 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977553CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 01:32:0023.50933 N, 31.86167 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977565CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 04:38:0023.50267 N, 31.5885 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977577CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 07:15:0023.4985 N, 31.32017 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977589CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 09:51:0023.502 N, 31.05033 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977590CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 12:25:0023.50467 N, 30.77967 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977608CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 16:37:0023.50033 N, 30.50433 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977621CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 19:21:0023.50217 N, 30.237 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977633CTD or STD cast1993-05-03 22:12:0023.49817 N, 29.96933 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977645CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 00:47:0023.50517 N, 29.69483 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977657CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 03:46:0023.50433 N, 29.41983 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977669CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 06:32:0023.49883 N, 29.14533 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977670CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 09:08:0023.502 N, 28.87433 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977682CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 11:53:0023.50333 N, 28.60283 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977694CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 14:28:0023.503 N, 28.32517 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
977701CTD or STD cast1993-05-04 16:59:0023.50433 N, 28.057 WRRS Charles Darwin CD78
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