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RRS James Cook JC053 (AMT20)

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Cruise Info. 
Ship name (ship code)RRS James Cook (740H)
Cruise identifierJC053 (AMT20)
Cruise period2010-10-12 — 2010-11-25
StatusCompleted
Port of departureSouthampton, United Kingdom
Port of returnPunta Arenas, Chile
PurposeResearch
ObjectivesAMT20 (JC053) is the third cruise of the third phase of the Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) programme. The programme is hosted by Plymouth Marine Laboratory in collaboration with the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, provides an exceptional opportunity for nationally and internationally driven collaborative research, and provides a platform for excellent multi-disciplinary oceanographic research. As an in situ observation system, AMT informs on changes in biodiversity and function of the Atlantic ecosystem during this period of rapid change to our climate and biosphere.

The aims of the AMT programme [www.amt-uk.org] are to quantify the nature and causes of ecological and biogeochemical variability in the planktonic ecosystems of the Atlantic Ocean, and to assess the effects of this variability on biological carbon cycling and air-sea exchange of radiatively active gases and aerosols. Between 1995 and 2005 marine and atmospheric data were collected twice a year along a 13,500 km transect in the Atlantic Ocean. The cruise track enabled biogeochemical measurements to be made within the poorly studied North and South Atlantic oligotrophic gyres as well as within equatorial and coastal upwelling regions. The range of ecosystems sampled has facilitated the calibration and validation of newly developed techniques, provided a testbed for comparative ecology and enabled the development of atmospheric and oceanographic models. The unique AMT dataset continues to be deposited and made available to the wider community through the British Oceanographic Data Centre.

The programme has provided a platform for national and international collaboration (~80 scientists from 11 countries), and has contributed to the training of >70 PhD students and staff. AMT has produced >170 peer reviewed publications.
Chief scientistAndrew Rees (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
ProjectAtlantic Meridional Transect (AMT)
Cruise reportRRS James Cook JC053 (AMT20) cruise report jc053.pdf — access key 'C' (2.52 MB) 
Ocean/sea areas 
GeneralNorth Atlantic Ocean
South Atlantic Ocean
SpecificAtlantic Ocean
Track chartsRRS James Cook JC053 (AMT20) cruise track — jc053trk.pdf (0.20 MB) 
Measurements 
Physical oceanography 
Surface measurements underway (T,S)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Ship's non-toxic underway system plumbed with fluorometer, TSG, transmissometer and meteorological package.
Surface measurements underway (T,S)Quantity: activity duration in days = 39
Description: Underway optics rig: i) Wetlabs ac-9 (attenuation and absorption at 9 wavelengths: 412, 440, 488, 510, 532, 555, 650, 676, 715 nm); ii) SeaBird SBE47 CTD (temperature and salinity and depth); iii) TRIOS MicroFlu-CDOM fluorometer iv) LIIST 100X- laser in situ scattering and attenuation meter for measurements particles size distribution. The optical rig has been deployed for continuous (24/7) measurements of inherent optical properties as the underway along ship's track system supplied with water from ship's non-toxic water supply.
Surface measurements underway (T,S)Quantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Surface measurements underway (T,S)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Operated an along-track flow-through system from ship's non-toxic seawater supply to characterize bio-optical properties of the water (backscattering, fluorescense) (~24 h/day). Also operated Micro-SAS system on the ship's meteorological platform to measure upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day).
Water bottle stationsQuantity: number of profiles = 89
Description: CTD casts with pressure, temperature, conductivity, oxygen, PAR (up- and down-welling), fluorometer, transmissometer instruments attached.
CTD stationsQuantity: number of stations = 66
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track before dawn and at solar noon (total CTD stations- 66). 5 depths sampled per station from depths corresponding to the nominal depths of 97%, 55%, 33%, 14% and 1%. 10L of seawater from these depths were filtered via a 0.2 um (47 mm) Millipore nitrocelulose membrane filters for DNA extraction and analysis of coccolithophores and associated viruses. Additional 20L were taken from 97% and 33% and filtered for total lipids analysis via a 1.2 um GF/C filter. All samples were snap- frozen and stored in -80C for further analysis. 1 ml of each sampled depth was also stored in 10 ul of glutaraldehyde for Flow Cytometry analysis. 50 ml from each depth were also syringe filtered via a 0.2 um filter for the isolation of free viruses into a 50 ml falcon tube and stored at 4C for further analysis.
CTD stationsQuantity: number of stations = 19
Description: DCM water collected and filtered for POC/PON, POP, ChLa and Fatty acids/Proteins. Water also used for zooplankton feeding experiments.
CTD stationsQuantity: number of profiles = 89
Description: CTD casts with pressure, temperature, conductivity, oxygen, PAR (up- and down-welling), fluorometer, transmissometer instruments attached.
CTD stationsQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Transparency (eg transmissometer)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Ship's non-toxic underway system plumbed with fluorometer, TSG, transmissometer and meteorological package.
Transparency (eg transmissometer)Quantity: number of profiles = 36
Description: In-water optics rig: i) Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometer (phytoplankton physiology); ii) Satlantic UV sensor (downwelling spectral UV light at 305, 320, 340 and 380 nm); iii) Wetlabs ac-9 (attenuation and absorption at 9 wavelengths: 412, 440, 488, 510, 532, 555, 650, 676, 715 nm); iv) SeaBird SBE19+ CTD (temperature and salinity with depth for correction of the ac9); v) ancillary PAR measurements (determination of light levels in water column); vi) Hobilabs hydroscat 6 (bb6: backscatter at 6 wavelengths: 442, 488, 550, 620, 671, 852)
Transparency (eg transmissometer)Quantity: activity duration in days = 39
Description: Underway optics rig: i) Wetlabs ac-9 (attenuation and absorption at 9 wavelengths: 412, 440, 488, 510, 532, 555, 650, 676, 715 nm); ii) SeaBird SBE47 CTD (temperature and salinity and depth); iii) TRIOS MicroFlu-CDOM fluorometer iv) LIIST 100X- laser in situ scattering and attenuation meter for measurements particles size distribution. The optical rig has been deployed for continuous (24/7) measurements of inherent optical properties as the underway along ship's track system supplied with water from ship's non-toxic water supply.
Transparency (eg transmissometer)Quantity: number of stations = 35
Description: Vertical profiles from solar noon CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Water samples taken at average six depths per station (300 m, 200 m, 100 m, DCM, bottom of the mixed layer, middle of the mixed layer and the water surface, were filtered through the 0.2 micrometre filters. Filtered water was used for spectrophotometric scans for measurements of the CDOM absorption with use of the liquid capillary wave guide cell system - LWCC and the point source integrating cavity absorption meter - PSICAM. Subsamples of the filtered water were use for measurements of the fluorescence Excitation Emission Matrix spectra with use of the Varian Cary Eclipse spectrofluorometer.
Optics (eg underwater light levels)Quantity: activity duration in days = 38
Description: Underway along ships track measurements of upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day)with use of TRIOS RAMSES radiometers system mounted on the ship's meteorological platform at the bow.
Optics (eg underwater light levels)Quantity: number of profiles = 89
Description: CTD casts with pressure, temperature, conductivity, oxygen, PAR (up- and down-welling), fluorometer, transmissometer instruments attached.
Optics (eg underwater light levels)Quantity: number of profiles = 36
Description: In-water optics rig: i) Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometer (phytoplankton physiology); ii) Satlantic UV sensor (downwelling spectral UV light at 305, 320, 340 and 380 nm); iii) Wetlabs ac-9 (attenuation and absorption at 9 wavelengths: 412, 440, 488, 510, 532, 555, 650, 676, 715 nm); iv) SeaBird SBE19+ CTD (temperature and salinity with depth for correction of the ac9); v) ancillary PAR measurements (determination of light levels in water column); vi) Hobilabs hydroscat 6 (bb6: backscatter at 6 wavelengths: 442, 488, 550, 620, 671, 852)
Optics (eg underwater light levels)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Deck mounted (over the CTD winch cab) Satlantic HyperSAS sensor: Hyperspectral (300-900 nm) water-leaving reflectance measurements at 6 minute intervals through daylight hours; measurements integrated over 30 s. These include water, sky and sun radiance measuring sensors (3).
Optics (eg underwater light levels)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Operated an along-track flow-through system from ship's non-toxic seawater supply to characterize bio-optical properties of the water (backscattering, fluorescense) (~24 h/day). Also operated Micro-SAS system on the ship's meteorological platform to measure upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day).
Other physical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: number of stations = 35
Description: Vertical profiles from solar noon CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Water samples taken at average six depths per station (300 m, 200 m, 100 m, DCM, bottom of the mixed layer, middle of the mixed layer and the water surface, were filtered through the 0.2 micrometre filters. Filtered water was used for spectrophotometric scans for measurements of the CDOM absorption with use of the liquid capillary wave guide cell system - LWCC and the point source integrating cavity absorption meter - PSICAM. Subsamples of the filtered water were use for measurements of the fluorescence Excitation Emission Matrix spectra with use of the Varian Cary Eclipse spectrofluorometer.
Chemical oceanography 
OxygenQuantity: number of profiles = 89
Description: CTD casts with pressure, temperature, conductivity, oxygen, PAR (up- and down-welling), fluorometer, transmissometer instruments attached.
OxygenQuantity: activity duration in days = 36
Description: Continuous O2/Ar measurements for determination of net community production, calibrated with discrete samples for Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry measurements. IRMS also measures triple oxygen isotopes for gross production determination. Continuous O2 measurements with Aanderaa optode, calibrated with discrete O2 Winkler samples twice daily.
OxygenQuantity: number of stations = 53
Description: Calibration samples for the two CTD systems used during the cruise. A range of depths and concentrations taken from the Niskin bottles (206 & 88 samples for the stainless steel and titanium framed instruments respectively).
OxygenQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profiles from predawn CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. 3-4 depths sampled per station (Surface, 33% of light, DCM, other) for community and bacterial respiration incubations. Method used: determination of the in vivo electron transport system activity (ETS in vivo). Filtration by 0,8 um and 0,2 um after incubation.
OxygenQuantity: number of stations = 27
Description: 1 depth sampled per station (Surface or DCM) for respiration measurements. Method use: continuous oxygen decrease up to 24 h measured with oxygen microelectrodes (Unisense S/A) incubations.
OxygenQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profiles from predawn CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. 2 depths sampled per station (Surface, DCM) for bacterial respiration incubations. Prefiltered by 1 um, and incubated for 24h.
OxygenQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. 6 depths sampled per station in the euphotic zone for production/respiration incubations.
Carbon dioxideQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Atmospheric (marine air) and surface ocean (underway) pCO2 measurement using Dartcom-PML's Live pCO2 autonomous instrument with LiCOR infrared gas analyser.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: number of stations = 20
Description: Triple oxygen isotope samples for determination of gross production from surface and below mixed layer.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: activity duration in days = 36
Description: Continuous O2/Ar measurements for determination of net community production, calibrated with discrete samples for Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry measurements. IRMS also measures triple oxygen isotopes for gross production determination. Continuous O2 measurements with Aanderaa optode, calibrated with discrete O2 Winkler samples twice daily.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: activity duration in days = 36
Description: Continuous underway samples analysed to obtain dissolved hydrogen concentrations.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: number of stations = 43
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD for stable isotope analysis of N2O.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: number of stations = 62
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles from the deepest depth to the surface. Discreet samples taken for analysis of dissolved hydrogen concentrations.
Other dissolved gasesQuantity: number of measurements = 33
Description: Continuous measurements of N2O concentrations in surface waters.
PhosphateQuantity: number of stations = 64
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for micro-molar nutrient analysis. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
NitrateQuantity: number of stations = 64
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for micro-molar nutrient analysis. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
NitriteQuantity: number of stations = 64
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for micro-molar nutrient analysis. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
AmmoniaQuantity: number of stations = 64
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for micro-molar nutrient analysis. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
SilicateQuantity: number of stations = 64
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for micro-molar nutrient analysis. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
AlkalinityQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
AlkalinityQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
AlkalinityQuantity: number of stations = 57
Description: Vertical profile (3 depths) for Total Alkalinity samples from pre-dawn and solar noon CTD casts
pHQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
pHQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
pHQuantity: number of profiles = 63
Description: Vertical profile (6 depths) for pH from pre-dawn and solar noon CTD casts
pHQuantity: number of stations = 5
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
IsotopesQuantity: number of stations = 62
Description: Discrete O2/Ar samples for analysis with Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometry for determination of net community production
IsotopesQuantity: activity duration in days = 36
Description: Continuous O2/Ar measurements for determination of net community production, calibrated with discrete samples for Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry measurements. IRMS also measures triple oxygen isotopes for gross production determination. Continuous O2 measurements with Aanderaa optode, calibrated with discrete O2 Winkler samples twice daily.
IsotopesQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
IsotopesQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Other chemical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Other chemical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Other chemical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: number of stations = 60
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD niskin bottles at 60 stations. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
Other chemical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: number of stations = 134
Description: Surface samples taken from the ship's non-toxic seawater supply. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
Other chemical oceanographic measurementsQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profiles from predawn CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. 3-4 depths sampled per station (Surface, 33% of light, DCM, other) for community and bacterial respiration incubations. Method used: determination of the in vivo electron transport system activity (ETS in vivo). Filtration by 0,8 um and 0,2 um after incubation.
Biology and fisheries 
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profile (6-8 depths) for size-fractionated phytoplankton production from titanium pre-dawn CTD casts.
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 19
Description: Surface and / or DCM of photosynthesis-irradiance curves and phytoplankton emission spectra.
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 5
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 42
Description: Productivity measurements of bacterial and eukaryotic populations using radiotracers
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Vertical profiles from predawn CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. 2 depths sampled per station (Surface, DCM) for bacterial respiration incubations. Prefiltered by 1 um, and incubated for 24h.
Primary productivityQuantity: number of stations = 27
Description: 1 depth sampled per station (Surface or DCM) for respiration measurements. Method use: continuous oxygen decrease up to 24 h measured with oxygen microelectrodes (Unisense S/A) incubations.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of samples = 61
Description: Water filtered from the non-toxic system for later analysis of alkenones.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of profiles = 89
Description: CTD casts with pressure, temperature, conductivity, oxygen, PAR (up- and down-welling), fluorometer, transmissometer instruments attached.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Ship's non-toxic underway system plumbed with fluorometer, TSG, transmissometer and meteorological package.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of stations = 56
Description: Fluorometric determination of chlorophyll a to calibrate against CTD fluorometers. Calibration samples taken for the two CTD systems used during the cruise. A range of depths and concentrations taken from the Niskin bottles (176 & 116 samples for the stainless steel and titanium framed instruments respectively).
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of measurements = 154
Description: Fluorometric determination of surface chlorophyll a to calibrate against TSG fluorometer.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of profiles = 36
Description: In-water optics rig: i) Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometer (phytoplankton physiology); ii) Satlantic UV sensor (downwelling spectral UV light at 305, 320, 340 and 380 nm); iii) Wetlabs ac-9 (attenuation and absorption at 9 wavelengths: 412, 440, 488, 510, 532, 555, 650, 676, 715 nm); iv) SeaBird SBE19+ CTD (temperature and salinity with depth for correction of the ac9); v) ancillary PAR measurements (determination of light levels in water column); vi) Hobilabs hydroscat 6 (bb6: backscatter at 6 wavelengths: 442, 488, 550, 620, 671, 852)
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of stations = 63
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for abundance of phytoplankton pigments by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). Average 6 depths sampled per station. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of stations = 63
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for phytoplankton absorption analysis (PABS). Average 6 depths sampled per station. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of stations = 34
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: number of stations = 5
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
Phytoplankton pigs (eg chlorophyll, fluorescence)Quantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Operated an along-track flow-through system from ship's non-toxic seawater supply to characterize bio-optical properties of the water (backscattering, fluorescense) (~24 h/day). Also operated Micro-SAS system on the ship's meteorological platform to measure upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day).
Particulate organic matter (inc POC, PON)Quantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Particulate organic matter (inc POC, PON)Quantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Particulate organic matter (inc POC, PON)Quantity: number of stations = 60
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD niskin bottles at 60 stations. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
Particulate organic matter (inc POC, PON)Quantity: number of stations = 134
Description: Surface samples taken from the ship's non-toxic seawater supply. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
Dissolved organic matter (inc DOC)Quantity: number of stations = 35
Description: Vertical profiles from solar noon CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Water samples taken at average six depths per station (300 m, 200 m, 100 m, DCM, bottom of the mixed layer, middle of the mixed layer and the water surface, were filtered through the 0.2 micrometres filters. Filtered water was used for estimation of the Dissolved Organic Carbon.
Dissolved organic matter (inc DOC)Quantity: number of stations = 34
Description: Vertical profile (4-6 depths) of absorption coefficient coloured dissolved organic material.
Biochemical measurements (eg lipids, amino acids)Quantity: number of stations = 19
Description: DCM water collected and filtered for POC/PON, POP, ChLa and Fatty acids/Proteins. Water also used for zooplankton feeding experiments.
Biochemical measurements (eg lipids, amino acids)Quantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Biochemical measurements (eg lipids, amino acids)Quantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Biochemical measurements (eg lipids, amino acids)Quantity: number of samples = 61
Description: Water filtered from the non-toxic system for later analysis of alkenones.
Biochemical measurements (eg lipids, amino acids)Quantity: number of stations = 66
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track before dawn and at solar noon (total CTD stations- 66). 5 depths sampled per station from depths corresponding to the nominal depths of 97%, 55%, 33%, 14% and 1%. 10L of seawater from these depths were filtered via a 0.2 um (47 mm) Millipore nitrocelulose membrane filters for DNA extraction and analysis of coccolithophores and associated viruses. Additional 20L were taken from 97% and 33% and filtered for total lipids analysis via a 1.2 um GF/C filter. All samples were snap- frozen and stored in -80C for further analysis. 1 ml of each sampled depth was also stored in 10 ul of glutaraldehyde for Flow Cytometry analysis. 50 ml from each depth were also syringe filtered via a 0.2 um filter for the isolation of free viruses into a 50 ml falcon tube and stored at 4C for further analysis.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 19
Description: DCM water collected and filtered for POC/PON, POP, ChLa and Fatty acids/Proteins. Water also used for zooplankton feeding experiments.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 65
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track. Discrete samples for abundance of phytoplankton smaller than 20 micrometres analysed by flow cytometry. Average 10 depths sampled per station.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 66
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track before dawn and at solar noon (total CTD stations- 66). 5 depths sampled per station from depths corresponding to the nominal depths of 97%, 55%, 33%, 14% and 1%. 10L of seawater from these depths were filtered via a 0.2 um (47 mm) Millipore nitrocelulose membrane filters for DNA extraction and analysis of coccolithophores and associated viruses. Additional 20L were taken from 97% and 33% and filtered for total lipids analysis via a 1.2 um GF/C filter. All samples were snap- frozen and stored in -80C for further analysis. 1 ml of each sampled depth was also stored in 10 ul of glutaraldehyde for Flow Cytometry analysis. 50 ml from each depth were also syringe filtered via a 0.2 um filter for the isolation of free viruses into a 50 ml falcon tube and stored at 4C for further analysis.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 34
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 5
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 60
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD niskin bottles at 60 stations. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 134
Description: Surface samples taken from the ship's non-toxic seawater supply. Discrete samples obtained for analysis of PIC, POC, Biogenic silica, and coccolith enumeration.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 26
Description: Enumeration and characterisation of microplankton in 20um, 40um, and 100um size fractions. Isolation of ceratium samples for molecular analysis of 18s/28s rRNA. Incubations of microplankton with CTD (noon) water from 20m.
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 28
Description: DNA filtered for analysis of picophytoplankton community structure from 2-4 depths collected from the midday CTD cast
PhytoplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 17
Description: RNA filtered for gene expression in picophytoplankton from 2 depths (surface & DCM) from the midday CTD cast
ZooplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 33
Description: 200m Vertical haul 200µm WP2 bongo net sampled at pre-dawn for zooplankton community structure. 1 net x 4% Formalin & 1 net x Claudia Castellani (SAHFOS, Plymouth) fixed in ethanol for molecular analysis. Some net used for live zooplankton specimens selection. The specimens were used in metabolic rates determination: Respiration, Egg Production and feeding rates.
ZooplanktonQuantity: number of hauls = 33
Description: Double (Bongo) WP2 Net casts 0-180m integrated. 1 net through OPC to waste; 1 net split: half in 4% buffered formalin for PML analysis; half in 4% buffered formalin to Dr Antje Voelker, Portugal. Southern hemisphere: no split - all of 2nd net to PML.
ZooplanktonQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Near-continuous (except for station stops) OPC size distributed biomass from surface zooplankton (non-toxic supply through OPC).
ZooplanktonQuantity: number of hauls = 33
Description: Double (Bongo) WP2 Net casts (200µm mesh size) 0-300 metre vertical haul. All plankton preserved in 95% ethanol. One half bongo to Erica Goetze, University of Hawaii. Second bongo split between PML and Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
ZooplanktonQuantity: number of stations = 34
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
NeustonQuantity: number of stations = 34
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
Eggs and larvaeQuantity: number of stations = 34
Description: 7 Pre dawn surface tows, and 27 at noon, collecting surface dwelling copepods and nauplii for HPLC analysis of mycosporine-like amino acids. Nauplii used for feeding incubations. Surface water filtered from CTD casts at dawn and noon for MAA analysis. Lugols samples taken from surface CTD at dawn, and three depths at noon (usually surface, 55% and 33%) for phytoplankton community analysis.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: DNA from predawn CTD, surface, 33% of incident light and DCM, for bacterial DNA analysis. Filtered through sterivex 0,2 um filters. Sample preserved in -20 ºC freezer for Dr. Jack Gilbert, Argonne National Laboratory (USA).
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 31
Description: Solar noon CTD (vertical profile, 3 depths) sampled for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All CTD samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: activity duration in days = 33
Description: Underway supply sampled (once daily) for the following parameters: RNA and DNA (filtered through 0.2um Supor membranes) for analysis of presence and expression of genes related to phytoplankton photosynthesis, pH, Total Alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon for isotope measurements (12 ml filtered through 0.2um filter into HgCl2 prepoisoned vial, 2 replicates), particulate organic carbon for isotope analysis (2-3L filtered onto precombusted 0.7um GF/F filter). All underway samples were pre-filtered through 200 micron nylon mesh. Samples will be analysed after the cruise.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 22
Description: 15N nitrogen fixation rate experiments and filter collection for nifH expression. All collected at pre-dawn CTD, incubations at 3 depths (equivalent to 100%, 33% and 1% surface irradiance). 24 hour incubations in on-deck incubators.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 28
Description: Seawater filtered through sterivex filters for genetic analysis of methylotrophic microbes.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 7
Description: Incubations performed following addition of 12C and 13C methanol for stable isotope probe analysis of methylotrophs.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 66
Description: Vertical profiles from CTD Niskin bottles at stations along the cruise track before dawn and at solar noon (total CTD stations- 66). 5 depths sampled per station from depths corresponding to the nominal depths of 97%, 55%, 33%, 14% and 1%. 10L of seawater from these depths were filtered via a 0.2 um (47 mm) Millipore nitrocelulose membrane filters for DNA extraction and analysis of coccolithophores and associated viruses. Additional 20L were taken from 97% and 33% and filtered for total lipids analysis via a 1.2 um GF/C filter. All samples were snap- frozen and stored in -80C for further analysis. 1 ml of each sampled depth was also stored in 10 ul of glutaraldehyde for Flow Cytometry analysis. 50 ml from each depth were also syringe filtered via a 0.2 um filter for the isolation of free viruses into a 50 ml falcon tube and stored at 4C for further analysis.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: activity duration in days = 17
Description: Enumeration of bacterial cells using FACSort flow cytometer (13/10/2010 09:30 to 22/10/2010 10:00 and 14/11/2010 05:15 to 21/11/2010 16:15).
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 26
Description: Enumeration and characterisation of microplankton in 20um, 40um, and 100um size fractions. Isolation of ceratium samples for molecular analysis of 18s/28s rRNA. Incubations of microplankton with CTD (noon) water from 20m.
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 28
Description: DNA filtered for analysis of picophytoplankton community structure from 2-4 depths collected from the midday CTD cast
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 17
Description: RNA filtered for gene expression in picophytoplankton from 2 depths (surface & DCM) from the midday CTD cast
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 42
Description: Productivity measurements of bacterial and eukaryotic populations using radiotracers
Pelagic bacteria/micro-organismsQuantity: number of stations = 65
Description: Enumeration of bacterial cells using FACSort flow cytometer
Meteorology 
Incident radiationQuantity: activity duration in days = 38
Description: Underway along ships track measurements of upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day)with use of TRIOS RAMSES radiometers system mounted on the ship's meteorological platform at the bow.
Incident radiationQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Ship's non-toxic underway system plumbed with fluorometer, TSG, transmissometer and meteorological package.
Incident radiationQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Deck mounted Trios UV sensor: i) Hyperspectral (2.5 nm resolution: 200-500 nm wavelength) UV at 5 minute intervals through daylight hours; ii) decomposed hyperspectral into broadband UV-A and UV-B
Incident radiationQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Deck mounted (over the CTD winch cab) Satlantic HyperSAS sensor: Hyperspectral (300-900 nm) water-leaving reflectance measurements at 6 minute intervals through daylight hours; measurements integrated over 30 s. These include water, sky and sun radiance measuring sensors (3).
Incident radiationQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Operated an along-track flow-through system from ship's non-toxic seawater supply to characterize bio-optical properties of the water (backscattering, fluorescense) (~24 h/day). Also operated Micro-SAS system on the ship's meteorological platform to measure upwelling radiance, downwelling radiance and total downwelling irradiance (~10h/day).
Atmospheric chemistryQuantity: number of measurements = 37
Description: Aerosol sampling for trace metals (for Alex Baker, UEA)
Atmospheric chemistryQuantity: number of measurements = 12
Description: Rainwater sampling for major ions and trace metals (for Alex Baker, UEA).
Other meteorological measurementsQuantity: activity duration in days = 41
Description: Microtops sunphotometer measurements: i) Aerosol optical thickness at 340, 440, 675 and 870 nm; ii) water vapour content (cm)
Moorings, landers, buoys 
Physical oceanography 
Current meters18° 31' 46" S  25° 6' 8" W — Deployment. 2 x Sediment traps (s/n: ML11804-03 & ML11804-04) plus RCM8 current meters (s/n: 10529 & 3308) at 2700m and 2750m respectively. Instruments deployed for 14 months from 12 November 2010 to 05 February 2012. Current meters set to 30-minute intervals.
Current meters18° 31' 48" S  25° 6' 0" W — Recovery. 2 x Sediment traps (s/n: ML12168-02 & ML12168-04) plus RCM8 current meters (s/n: 9904 & 9450) at 2700m and 2750m respectively. Instruments had been on deployment since 18 May 2009, last data collected 20 June 2010.
Neutrally buoyant floats16° 18' 55" S  22° 50' 27" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4866. Activate at 1318z, JD 315, 11 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 1404z.
Neutrally buoyant floats24° 49' 13" S  27° 21' 39" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4879. Activate at 1343z, JD 318, 14 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 1419z.
Neutrally buoyant floats27° 55' 1" S  29° 58' 48" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4880. Activate at 1423z, JD 319, 15 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 1503z.
Neutrally buoyant floats34° 6' 31" S  35° 55' 17" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4867. Activate at 1425z, JD 321, 17 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 1510z.
Neutrally buoyant floats31° 45' 43" S  33° 33' 29" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4868. Activate at 1945z, JD 320, 16 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 2028z.
Neutrally buoyant floats21° 42' 14" S  33° 33' 29" W — Teledyne Webb Research APEX profiling float (UK Met Office supplied.) Measures conductivity, temperature, depth to 2000 dbar using Sea-Bird pumped instrument system, transmits data via ARGOS at surface. Serial number 4877. Activate at 1318z, JD 317, 13 November 2010. Bladder inflated. Deployed at 1355z.
Biology and fisheries 
Sediment traps18° 31' 48" S  25° 6' 0" W — Recovery. 2 x Sediment traps (s/n: ML12168-02 & ML12168-04) plus RCM8 current meters (s/n: 9904 & 9450) at 2700m and 2750m respectively. Instruments had been on deployment since 18 May 2009, last data collected 20 June 2010.
Sediment traps18° 31' 46" S  25° 6' 8" W — Deployment. 2 x Sediment traps (s/n: ML11804-03 & ML11804-04) plus RCM8 current meters (s/n: 10529 & 3308) at 2700m and 2750m respectively. Instruments deployed for 14 months from 12 November 2010 to 05 February 2012. Current meters set to 30-minute intervals.
Data held at BODC 
Series/Profiles 
128  Bottle station
Quality control flags
Metadata parameters
Vertical spatial coordinates
Silicate concentration parameters in the water column
Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column
Reference numbers
Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column
Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column
Quality control flags
Metadata parameters
Vertical spatial coordinates
Silicate concentration parameters in the water column
Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column
Reference numbers
Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column
Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
16293852010-10-14 05:58 49° 24' 21" N  11° 9' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629385
16293972010-10-14 13:31 49° 16' 14" N  12° 53' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629397
16294042010-10-15 06:02 49° 3' 10" N  16° 25' 41" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629404
16294162010-10-15 13:32 48° 7' 4" N  17° 19' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629416
16294282010-10-16 06:09 46° 3' 23" N  19° 11' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629428
16294412010-10-16 13:28 45° 11' 50" N  19° 56' 1" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629441
16294532010-10-17 06:14 43° 32' 58" N  21° 21' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629453
16294652010-10-17 13:31 42° 46' 6" N  22° 2' 9" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629465
16294772010-10-18 05:57 40° 59' 39" N  23° 28' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629477
16294892010-10-18 13:33 40° 7' 38" N  24° 11' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629489
16294902010-10-19 06:24 38° 16' 53" N  25° 38' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629490
16295082010-10-21 05:50 34° 13' 3" N  29° 45' 32" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629508
16295212010-10-21 14:30 33° 50' 32" N  30° 12' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629521
16295332010-10-22 07:18 32° 25' 44" N  31° 48' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629533
16295452010-10-22 14:39 31° 43' 49" N  32° 33' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629545
16295572010-10-23 06:58 30° 17' 46" N  34° 11' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629557
16295692010-10-23 14:38 29° 36' 36" N  34° 54' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629569
16295702010-10-24 07:23 28° 6' 46" N  36° 30' 29" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629570
16295822010-10-24 14:28 27° 27' 5" N  37° 14' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629582
16295942010-10-25 07:01 25° 59' 2" N  38° 46' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629594
16296012010-10-25 14:33 25° 16' 13" N  39° 31' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629601
16296132010-10-26 07:10 23° 45' 54" N  41° 6' 26" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629613
16296252010-10-26 14:33 22° 57' 48" N  40° 31' 55" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629625
16296372010-10-27 07:00 21° 12' 46" N  39° 17' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629637
16296492010-10-27 14:34 20° 25' 51" N  38° 44' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629649
16296502010-10-28 07:23 18° 41' 27" N  37° 31' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629650
16296622010-10-28 14:33 17° 54' 45" N  36° 59' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629662
16296742010-10-29 07:03 16° 11' 17" N  35° 48' 17" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629674
16296862010-10-29 14:36 15° 25' 25" N  35° 17' 7" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629686
16296982010-10-30 07:20 13° 27' 56" N  33° 57' 14" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629698
16297052010-10-30 14:42 12° 32' 43" N  33° 19' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629705
16297172010-10-31 07:40 10° 34' 18" N  31° 59' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629717
16297292010-10-31 15:00 9° 45' 5" N  31° 27' 25" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629729
16297302010-11-01 07:03 7° 49' 1" N  30° 9' 35" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629730
16297422010-11-01 14:56 6° 47' 14" N  29° 29' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629742
16297542010-11-02 06:13 4° 47' 59" N  28° 9' 39" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629754
16297662010-11-02 14:09 3° 53' 8" N  27° 33' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629766
16297782010-11-05 06:26 3° 50' 49" S  25° 0' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629778
16297912010-11-05 13:35 4° 53' 26" S  25° 1' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629791
16298092010-11-06 06:11 6° 3' 15" S  23° 45' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629809
16298102010-11-06 13:30 6° 16' 2" S  22° 41' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629810
16298222010-11-10 04:54 12° 31' 45" S  19° 1' 19" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629822
16298342010-11-10 13:29 13° 28' 24" S  19° 57' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629834
16298462010-11-11 04:53 15° 19' 52" S  21° 50' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629846
16298582010-11-11 13:30 16° 18' 57" S  22° 50' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629858
16298712010-11-12 11:18 18° 32' 13" S  25° 7' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629871
16298832010-11-13 04:55 20° 22' 46" S  25° 5' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629883
16298952010-11-13 13:28 21° 42' 18" S  25° 5' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629895
16299022010-11-14 05:20 23° 50' 15" S  26° 33' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629902
16299142010-11-14 13:51 24° 49' 8" S  27° 21' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629914
16299262010-11-15 05:58 26° 51' 26" S  29° 3' 57" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629926
16299382010-11-15 14:34 27° 54' 55" S  29° 59' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629938
16299512010-11-16 05:52 29° 56' 32" S  31° 49' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629951
16299632010-11-16 14:41 30° 59' 51" S  32° 48' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629963
16299752010-11-17 05:54 33° 2' 39" S  34° 50' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629975
16299872010-11-17 14:38 34° 6' 25" S  35° 55' 31" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629987
16299992010-11-18 05:57 36° 5' 14" S  38° 5' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1629999
16300002010-11-18 14:36 37° 5' 36" S  39° 13' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630000
16300122010-11-19 06:01 38° 55' 20" S  41° 27' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630012
16300242010-11-19 14:35 39° 47' 28" S  42° 33' 6" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630024
16300362010-11-20 07:03 41° 39' 17" S  45° 5' 38" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630036
16300482010-11-20 15:32 42° 29' 52" S  46° 17' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630048
16300612010-11-21 06:51 44° 12' 0" S  48° 56' 24" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630061
16300732010-11-21 15:33 45° 0' 59" S  50° 17' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1630073
11156482010-10-14 05:58 49° 24' 21" N  11° 9' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115648
11160372010-10-14 13:31 49° 16' 14" N  12° 53' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116037
11159372010-10-15 06:02 49° 3' 10" N  16° 25' 41" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115937
11159492010-10-15 13:32 48° 7' 4" N  17° 19' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115949
11159502010-10-16 06:09 46° 3' 23" N  19° 11' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115950
11155682010-10-16 13:28 45° 11' 50" N  19° 56' 1" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115568
11154152010-10-17 06:14 43° 32' 58" N  21° 21' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115415
11157162010-10-17 13:31 42° 46' 6" N  22° 2' 9" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115716
11160492010-10-18 05:57 40° 59' 39" N  23° 28' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116049
11159622010-10-18 13:33 40° 7' 38" N  24° 11' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115962
11159742010-10-19 06:24 38° 16' 53" N  25° 38' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115974
11154882010-10-21 05:50 34° 13' 3" N  29° 45' 32" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115488
11155072010-10-21 14:30 33° 50' 32" N  30° 12' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115507
11157282010-10-22 07:18 32° 25' 44" N  31° 48' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115728
11155812010-10-22 14:39 31° 43' 49" N  32° 33' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115581
11155932010-10-23 06:58 30° 17' 46" N  34° 11' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115593
11159012010-10-23 14:38 29° 36' 36" N  34° 54' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115901
11159132010-10-24 07:23 28° 6' 46" N  36° 30' 29" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115913
11160502010-10-24 14:28 27° 27' 5" N  37° 14' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116050
11156002010-10-25 07:01 25° 59' 2" N  38° 46' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115600
11157652010-10-25 14:33 25° 16' 13" N  39° 31' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115765
11157772010-10-26 14:33 22° 57' 48" N  40° 31' 55" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115777
11154272010-10-27 07:00 21° 12' 46" N  39° 17' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115427
11159862010-10-27 14:34 20° 25' 51" N  38° 44' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115986
11155192010-10-28 07:23 18° 41' 27" N  37° 31' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115519
11156122010-10-28 14:33 17° 54' 45" N  36° 59' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115612
11157892010-10-29 07:03 16° 11' 17" N  35° 48' 17" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115789
11159982010-10-29 14:36 15° 25' 25" N  35° 17' 7" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115998
11155202010-10-30 07:20 13° 27' 56" N  33° 57' 14" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115520
11157902010-10-30 14:42 12° 32' 43" N  33° 19' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115790
11158082010-10-31 07:40 10° 34' 18" N  31° 59' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115808
11158212010-10-31 15:00 9° 45' 5" N  31° 27' 25" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115821
11157412010-11-01 07:03 7° 49' 1" N  30° 9' 35" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115741
11157532010-11-01 14:56 6° 47' 14" N  29° 29' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115753
11158452010-11-02 06:13 4° 47' 59" N  28° 9' 39" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115845
11154392010-11-02 14:09 3° 53' 8" N  27° 33' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115439
11159252010-11-05 06:26 3° 50' 49" S  25° 0' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115925
11155322010-11-05 13:35 4° 53' 26" S  25° 1' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115532
11160012010-11-06 06:11 6° 3' 15" S  23° 45' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116001
11155442010-11-06 13:30 6° 16' 2" S  22° 41' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115544
11160132010-11-10 04:54 12° 31' 45" S  19° 1' 19" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116013
11156612010-11-10 13:29 13° 28' 24" S  19° 57' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115661
11156732010-11-11 04:53 15° 19' 52" S  21° 50' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115673
11156242010-11-11 13:30 16° 18' 57" S  22° 50' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115624
11154402010-11-12 11:18 18° 32' 13" S  25° 7' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115440
11160742010-11-13 04:55 20° 22' 46" S  25° 5' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116074
11154522010-11-13 13:28 21° 42' 18" S  25° 5' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115452
11160862010-11-14 05:20 23° 50' 15" S  26° 33' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116086
11160252010-11-14 13:51 24° 49' 8" S  27° 21' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116025
11155562010-11-15 05:58 26° 51' 26" S  29° 3' 57" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115556
11154642010-11-15 14:34 27° 54' 55" S  29° 59' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115464
11158332010-11-16 05:52 29° 56' 32" S  31° 49' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115833
11160982010-11-16 14:41 30° 59' 51" S  32° 48' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116098
11158572010-11-17 05:54 33° 2' 39" S  34° 50' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115857
11156852010-11-17 14:38 34° 6' 25" S  35° 55' 31" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115685
11156972010-11-18 05:57 36° 5' 14" S  38° 5' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115697
11158692010-11-18 14:36 37° 5' 36" S  39° 13' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115869
11158702010-11-19 06:01 38° 55' 20" S  41° 27' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115870
11156362010-11-19 14:35 39° 47' 28" S  42° 33' 6" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115636
11154762010-11-20 07:03 41° 39' 17" S  45° 5' 38" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115476
11158822010-11-20 15:32 42° 29' 52" S  46° 17' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115882
11158942010-11-21 06:51 44° 12' 0" S  48° 56' 24" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115894
11157042010-11-21 15:33 45° 0' 59" S  50° 17' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1115704
11160622010-10-26 07:10 23° 45' 54" N  41° 6' 26" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1116062
89  CTD/STD cast
Transmittance and attenuance of the water column
Density of the water column
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Vertical spatial coordinates
Raw fluorometer output
Salinity of the water column
Temperature of the water column
Dissolved oxygen parameters in the water column
Transmittance and attenuance of the water column
Density of the water column
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Vertical spatial coordinates
Raw fluorometer output
Salinity of the water column
Temperature of the water column
Dissolved oxygen parameters in the water column

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
10894132010-10-13 14:59 49° 40' 18" N  7° 41' 3" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089413
10894252010-10-14 04:38 49° 24' 21" N  11° 9' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089425
10894372010-10-14 05:42 49° 24' 21" N  11° 9' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089437
10894492010-10-14 13:07 49° 16' 14" N  12° 53' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089449
10894502010-10-15 04:37 49° 2' 23" N  16° 25' 54" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089450
10894622010-10-15 05:46 49° 3' 10" N  16° 25' 41" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089462
10894742010-10-15 13:09 48° 7' 4" N  17° 19' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089474
10894862010-10-16 04:55 46° 3' 20" N  19° 11' 35" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089486
10894982010-10-16 05:53 46° 3' 23" N  19° 11' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089498
10895052010-10-16 13:06 45° 11' 50" N  19° 56' 1" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089505
10895172010-10-17 04:32 43° 32' 58" N  21° 21' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089517
10895292010-10-17 06:02 43° 32' 58" N  21° 21' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089529
10895302010-10-17 13:09 42° 46' 5" N  22° 2' 8" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089530
10895422010-10-18 04:33 40° 59' 39" N  23° 28' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089542
10895542010-10-18 05:40 40° 59' 39" N  23° 28' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089554
10895662010-10-18 13:07 40° 7' 38" N  24° 11' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089566
10895782010-10-19 04:33 38° 16' 53" N  25° 38' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089578
10895912010-10-19 06:12 38° 16' 53" N  25° 38' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089591
10896092010-10-20 16:19 34° 56' 23" N  28° 56' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089609
10896102010-10-21 05:34 34° 13' 3" N  29° 45' 32" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089610
10896222010-10-21 14:08 33° 50' 33" N  30° 12' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089622
10896342010-10-22 05:31 32° 25' 36" N  31° 48' 6" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089634
10896462010-10-22 06:58 32° 25' 44" N  31° 48' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089646
10896582010-10-22 14:11 31° 43' 49" N  32° 33' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089658
10896712010-10-23 05:30 30° 17' 13" N  34° 10' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089671
10896832010-10-23 06:41 30° 17' 46" N  34° 11' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089683
10896952010-10-23 14:12 29° 36' 36" N  34° 54' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089695
10897022010-10-24 05:32 28° 6' 44" N  36° 30' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089702
10897142010-11-01 06:46 7° 49' 1" N  30° 9' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089714
10897262010-11-01 14:13 6° 47' 14" N  29° 29' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089726
10897382010-10-24 07:04 28° 6' 46" N  36° 30' 29" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089738
10897512010-10-24 14:07 27° 27' 6" N  37° 13' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089751
10897632010-10-24 15:37 27° 27' 8" N  37° 13' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089763
10897752010-10-25 05:30 25° 59' 0" N  38° 46' 58" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089775
10897872010-10-25 06:45 25° 59' 2" N  38° 46' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089787
10897992010-10-25 14:10 25° 16' 13" N  39° 31' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089799
10898062010-10-26 05:27 23° 46' 5" N  41° 6' 27" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089806
10898182010-10-26 06:55 23° 45' 54" N  41° 6' 26" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089818
10898312010-10-26 14:09 22° 57' 48" N  40° 31' 55" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089831
10898432010-10-27 05:28 21° 12' 42" N  39° 17' 35" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089843
10898552010-10-27 06:44 21° 12' 46" N  39° 17' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089855
10898672010-10-27 14:10 20° 25' 51" N  38° 44' 20" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089867
10898792010-10-28 05:36 18° 41' 27" N  37° 31' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089879
10898802010-10-28 07:05 18° 41' 27" N  37° 31' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089880
10898922010-10-28 14:09 17° 54' 46" N  36° 59' 1" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089892
10899112010-10-29 05:29 16° 11' 21" N  35° 48' 19" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089911
10899232010-10-29 06:48 16° 11' 17" N  35° 48' 17" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089923
10899352010-10-29 14:10 15° 25' 25" N  35° 17' 7" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089935
10899472010-10-30 05:46 13° 27' 49" N  33° 57' 5" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089947
10899592010-10-30 07:02 13° 27' 56" N  33° 57' 13" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089959
10899602010-10-30 14:12 12° 32' 43" N  33° 19' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089960
10899722010-10-31 05:34 10° 34' 5" N  31° 59' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089972
10899842010-10-31 07:21 10° 34' 18" N  31° 59' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089984
10899962010-10-31 14:15 9° 45' 5" N  31° 27' 25" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1089996
10900082010-11-01 05:31 7° 48' 53" N  30° 9' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090008
10900212010-11-16 05:33 29° 56' 32" S  31° 49' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090021
10900332010-11-02 04:35 4° 48' 11" N  28° 9' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090033
10900452010-11-02 05:54 4° 47' 59" N  28° 9' 39" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090045
10900572010-11-02 14:05 3° 53' 8" N  27° 33' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090057
10900692010-11-04 04:37 1° 10' 14" S  24° 59' 58" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090069
10900702010-11-04 13:40 1° 28' 43" S  25° 0' 9" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090070
10900822010-11-05 04:59 3° 51' 1" S  25° 1' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090082
10900942010-11-05 06:08 3° 50' 49" S  25° 0' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090094
10901012010-11-05 13:12 4° 53' 26" S  25° 1' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090101
10901132010-11-06 04:35 6° 3' 24" S  23° 45' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090113
10901252010-11-06 05:49 6° 3' 15" S  23° 45' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090125
10901372010-11-06 13:11 6° 16' 2" S  22° 41' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090137
10901492010-11-10 04:38 12° 31' 45" S  19° 1' 19" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090149
10901502010-11-10 13:09 13° 28' 23" S  19° 57' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090150
10901622010-11-11 04:28 15° 19' 52" S  21° 50' 28" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090162
10901742010-11-11 13:09 16° 18' 57" S  22° 50' 30" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090174
10901862010-11-12 11:01 18° 32' 13" S  25° 7' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090186
10901982010-11-13 04:39 20° 22' 46" S  25° 5' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090198
10902052010-11-13 13:07 21° 42' 18" S  25° 5' 49" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090205
10902172010-11-14 05:01 23° 50' 16" S  26° 33' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090217
10902292010-11-14 13:31 24° 49' 8" S  27° 21' 34" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090229
10902302010-11-15 05:38 26° 51' 26" S  29° 3' 57" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090230
10902422010-11-15 14:12 27° 54' 55" S  29° 59' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090242
10902542010-11-16 14:24 30° 59' 51" S  32° 49' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090254
10902662010-11-17 05:35 33° 2' 40" S  34° 50' 43" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090266
10902782010-11-17 14:14 34° 6' 25" S  35° 55' 31" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090278
10902912010-11-18 05:38 36° 5' 14" S  38° 5' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090291
10903092010-11-18 14:12 37° 5' 37" S  39° 13' 44" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090309
10903102010-11-19 05:42 38° 55' 20" S  41° 27' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090310
10903222010-11-19 14:14 39° 47' 28" S  42° 33' 6" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090322
10903342010-11-20 06:44 41° 39' 17" S  45° 5' 38" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090334
10903462010-11-20 15:13 42° 29' 52" S  46° 17' 46" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090346
10903582010-11-21 06:34 44° 12' 0" S  48° 56' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090358
10903712010-11-21 15:14 45° 0' 59" S  50° 17' 4" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1090371
23  Fluorometers
Vertical spatial coordinates
Variable fluorescence parameters
Reference numbers
Vertical spatial coordinates
Variable fluorescence parameters
Reference numbers

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
11979002010-11-12 12:40 18° 31' 48" S  25° 7' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197900
11979122010-11-13 13:03 21° 41' 59" S  25° 5' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197912
11979242010-11-14 13:21 24° 48' 35" S  27° 21' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197924
11979362010-11-15 14:09 27° 54' 36" S  29° 58' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197936
11979482010-11-16 14:21 30° 59' 23" S  32° 48' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197948
11979612010-11-17 14:08 34° 6' 0" S  35° 55' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197961
11979732010-11-18 14:00 37° 5' 24" S  39° 13' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197973
11979852010-11-19 14:09 39° 47' 23" S  42° 32' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197985
11979972010-11-20 15:11 42° 29' 24" S  46° 17' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197997
11977402010-10-27 14:11 20° 25' 47" N  38° 43' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197740
11977522010-10-28 14:08 17° 54' 36" N  36° 58' 47" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197752
11977642010-10-29 14:08 15° 25' 11" N  35° 16' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197764
11977762010-10-30 14:10 12° 32' 23" N  33° 19' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197776
11977882010-10-31 14:15 9° 45' 0" N  31° 26' 59" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197788
11978072010-11-01 14:07 6° 46' 48" N  29° 28' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197807
11978192010-11-02 13:13 3° 52' 47" N  27° 33' 35" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197819
11978202010-11-03 12:14 1° 7' 47" N  25° 44' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197820
11978322010-11-04 13:08 1° 28' 11" S  25° 0' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197832
11978442010-11-05 13:05 4° 53' 23" S  25° 1' 11" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197844
11978562010-11-06 13:08 6° 15' 35" S  22° 41' 24" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197856
11978682010-11-09 13:05 10° 43' 48" S  17° 13' 11" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197868
11978812010-11-10 13:06 13° 28' 12" S  19° 57' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197881
11978932010-11-11 13:05 16° 18' 35" S  22° 50' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1197893
2  In-situ dissolved gas analyser
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Dissolved concentration parameters for other gases in the water column
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Dissolved concentration parameters for other gases in the water column

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
12215752010-10-26 05:45:09  — 2010-11-19 03:48:59 23° 46' 11" N  41° 6' 27" W — 38° 44' 7" S  41° 13' 17" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1221575
12074652010-10-14 10:17:32  — 2010-11-22 17:59:39 49° 20' 9" N  12° 10' 31" W — 47° 46' 40" S  55° 26' 31" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1207465
35  Meteorological data logger
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the atmosphere
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the atmosphere

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
13642382010-11-22 08:32:32  — 2010-11-22 17:02:32 46° 47' 47" S  53° 31' 11" W — 47° 40' 58" S  55° 15' 11" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364238
13638622010-10-14 05:58:05  — 2010-10-14 19:29:17 49° 24' 21" N  11° 9' 53" W — 49° 11' 7" N  14° 1' 26" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363862
13638742010-10-15 07:06:46  — 2010-10-15 18:21:46 48° 59' 22" N  16° 29' 37" W — 47° 38' 2" N  17° 45' 55" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363874
13638862010-10-16 07:24:25  — 2010-10-16 20:39:25 45° 56' 22" N  19° 18' 17" W — 44° 31' 8" N  20° 32' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363886
13638982010-10-17 07:27:34  — 2010-10-17 23:57:34 43° 27' 45" N  21° 26' 5" W — 41° 37' 2" N  22° 58' 5" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363898
13639052010-10-18 00:02:34  — 2010-10-18 19:57:34 41° 36' 20" N  22° 58' 38" W — 39° 27' 3" N  24° 43' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363905
13639172010-10-21 08:54:16  — 2010-10-21 20:24:16 34° 7' 45" N  29° 50' 40" W — 33° 23' 12" N  30° 42' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363917
13639292010-10-22 07:53  — 2010-10-22 19:58 32° 24' 31" N  31° 49' 38" W — 31° 18' 46" N  33° 2' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363929
13639302010-10-23 08:03:07  — 2010-10-23 20:08:07 30° 16' 37" N  34° 12' 15" W — 29° 9' 8" N  35° 24' 22" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363930
13639422010-10-24 08:06:52  — 2010-10-24 20:31:52 28° 5' 23" N  36° 31' 40" W — 26° 59' 20" N  37° 43' 32" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363942
13639542010-10-25 08:28:45  — 2010-10-25 20:53:45 25° 52' 57" N  38° 53' 45" W — 24° 41' 19" N  40° 8' 32" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363954
13639662010-10-26 08:01:44  — 2010-10-26 09:16:44 23° 43' 33" N  41° 4' 37" W — 23° 34' 0" N  40° 57' 37" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363966
13639782010-10-28 08:18:41  — 2010-10-28 19:58:41 18° 38' 0" N  37° 29' 16" W — 17° 23' 49" N  36° 38' 11" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363978
13639912010-10-29 08:06:41  — 2010-10-29 20:11:41 16° 9' 49" N  35° 47' 14" W — 14° 49' 30" N  34° 52' 53" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1363991
13640052010-10-30 07:55:27  — 2010-10-30 19:50:27 13° 26' 57" N  33° 56' 35" W — 11° 58' 59" N  32° 57' 17" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364005
13640172010-10-31 07:42:15  — 2010-10-31 20:02:15 10° 34' 19" N  31° 59' 54" W — 9° 10' 45" N  31° 4' 50" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364017
13640292010-11-01 07:22  — 2010-11-01 14:47 7° 49' 2" N  30° 9' 36" W — 6° 47' 14" N  29° 29' 2" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364029
13640302010-11-02 07:31:31  — 2010-11-02 19:46:31 4° 43' 42" N  28° 6' 29" W — 3° 14' 6" N  27° 7' 10" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364030
13640422010-11-03 07:08:42  — 2010-11-03 19:48:42 1° 49' 37" N  26° 12' 34" W — 0° 16' 15" N  25° 10' 36" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364042
13640542010-11-04 06:25:52  — 2010-11-04 11:35:52 1° 10' 9" S  24° 59' 42" W — 1° 19' 56" S  24° 59' 42" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364054
13640662010-11-05 07:02:12  — 2010-11-05 20:07:12 3° 50' 51" S  25° 0' 39" W — 5° 42' 45" S  25° 1' 48" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364066
13640782010-11-06 07:18:02  — 2010-11-06 20:03:02 6° 4' 31" S  23° 39' 52" W — 6° 27' 45" S  21° 42' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364078
13640912010-11-07 09:46:47  — 2010-11-07 19:26:47 6° 55' 17" S  19° 22' 57" W — 7° 15' 9" S  17° 43' 12" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364091
13641092010-11-09 08:56:09  — 2010-11-09 19:31:09 10° 11' 35" S  16° 42' 3" W — 11° 21' 12" S  17° 51' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364109
13641102010-11-10 06:20:21  — 2010-11-10 19:40:21 12° 35' 31" S  19° 5' 8" W — 14° 11' 37" S  20° 41' 51" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364110
13641222010-11-11 06:17:28  — 2010-11-11 20:12:28 15° 25' 6" S  21° 55' 49" W — 17° 8' 6" S  23° 40' 52" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364122
13641342010-11-12 08:14:56  — 2010-11-12 20:14:56 18° 31' 57" S  25° 6' 27" W — 18° 53' 58" S  25° 6' 0" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364134
13641462010-11-13 06:18:29  — 2010-11-13 20:13:29 20° 30' 45" S  25° 5' 25" W — 22° 39' 6" S  25° 36' 42" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364146
13641582010-11-15 06:57:10  — 2010-11-15 20:57:10 26° 53' 47" S  29° 6' 4" W — 28° 42' 3" S  30° 40' 33" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364158
13641712010-11-16 06:52:27  — 2010-11-16 23:32:27 29° 58' 46" S  31° 51' 30" W — 32° 11' 18" S  33° 58' 41" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364171
13641832010-11-17 06:56:49  — 2010-11-17 22:53 33° 5' 41" S  34° 53' 40" W — 35° 12' 47" S  37° 7' 8" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364183
13641952010-11-18 08:30:51  — 2010-11-18 22:00:51 36° 20' 16" S  38° 22' 14" W — 37° 56' 57" S  40° 15' 14" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364195
13642022010-11-19 10:22:12  — 2010-11-19 22:17:12 39° 20' 52" S  41° 59' 54" W — 40° 39' 39" S  43° 43' 21" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364202
13642142010-11-20 08:50:20  — 2010-11-20 23:25:20 41° 45' 38" S  45° 14' 49" W — 43° 22' 6" S  47° 37' 45" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364214
13642262010-11-21 08:31:10  — 2010-11-21 23:21:10 44° 17' 57" S  49° 5' 59" W — 45° 47' 44" S  51° 38' 13" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1364226
1  Multiple instrument types
Transmittance and attenuance of the water column
Light absorption in the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Salinity of the water column
Optical backscatter
Temperature of the water column
Reference numbers
Date and time
Transmittance and attenuance of the water column
Light absorption in the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Salinity of the water column
Optical backscatter
Temperature of the water column
Reference numbers
Date and time

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
11998022010-10-13 10:27:42  — 2010-11-22 18:03:25 49° 42' 55" N  6° 31' 57" W — 47° 47' 5" S  55° 27' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1199802
1  radiometers
Ocean colour and earth-leaving visible waveband spectral radiation
Platform or instrument orientation
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the atmosphere
Ocean colour and earth-leaving visible waveband spectral radiation
Platform or instrument orientation
Metadata parameters
Horizontal spatial co-ordinates
Reference numbers
Date and time
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the atmosphere

BODC idDate/TimeLocationDoc.
11997712010-10-13 10:27:42  — 2010-11-22 18:03:25 49° 42' 55" N  6° 31' 57" W — 47° 47' 5" S  55° 27' 23" W  View metadata report for BODC series reference number 1199771
Discrete samples 
89  CTD frame plus rosette samplerParticulate total and organic carbon concentrations in the water column
Oxygen production and respiration in the water column
Particulate total and organic nitrogen concentrations in the water column
Raw suspended particulate material concentration sensor output
Transmittance and attenuance of the water column
Density of the water column
Visible waveband radiance and irradiance measurements in the water column
Primary production in the water column
Concentration of silicon species in the water column
Electrical conductivity of the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Phytoplankton taxonomic abundance in water bodies
Silicate concentration parameters in the water column
Raw fluorometer output
Salinity of the water column
Particulate inorganic carbon concentrations in the water column
Raw oxygen sensor output
Carotenoid and flavenoid pigment concentrations in water bodies
Plankton abundance per unit volume of the water column
Raw light meter output
Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column
Temperature of the water column
Dissolved oxygen parameters in the water column
Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column
New production in water bodies
Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column
177  Sample taken from ship's non-toxic supplyParticulate total and organic carbon concentrations in the water column
Particulate total and organic nitrogen concentrations in the water column
Concentration of silicon species in the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Phytoplankton taxonomic abundance in water bodies
Salinity of the water column
Particulate inorganic carbon concentrations in the water column
New production in water bodies