MIRAI MR04-05 Underway Thermosalinograph

Last Modified: 2017-06-29
: MR04-05
: Processed (DMO)-QCed
: JAMSTEC
: Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved oxygen
:
OCEANS > OCEAN CHEMISTRY > OXYGEN
OCEANS > SALINITY/DENSITY > SALINITY
OCEANS > OCEAN TEMPERATURE > SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE

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Instrument:
Continuous sea surface water monitoring system ( - MR10-03 Leg2)
Thermosalinograph measures the following surface parameters continuously.
- temperature
- salinity
- dissolved oxygen
Sea surface water is continuously pumped up at 4.5 meters depth to the sea surface monitoring laboratory and then flowed into each analysis equipment through a steel pipe and a vinyl-chloride pipe.
The flow rate of this system is controlled by some valves. Data are recorded in the personal computer.

• Temperature sensor
Model : SBE 3S, Sea-Bird Electronics,Inc.
Serial number : 2607
Measurement range : -5 to 35 deg-C (ITS-90)
Sensor location : Bow thruster room
• Salinity sensor
SEACAT THERMOSALINOGRAPH
Model : SBE-21, Sea-Bird Electronics,Inc.
Serial number : 3126
Measurement range : [temperature] -5 to +35 deg-C (ITS-90), [conductivity] 0 to 6.5 S/m
Sensor location : Sea surface monitoring laboratory
• DO sensor
Model : 2127A, Hach Ultra Analytics Japan Inc.
Serial number : 47477
Measurement range : 0 to 14 ppm
Sensor location : Sea surface monitoring laboratory

Date/Time (UTC) Start/Stop Remarks
2004/09/02, 02:53start55-30.27N, 167-55.31W
2004/09/03, 15:54stop64-50.06N, 168-27.78W
2004/09/03, 17:06start65-08.50N, 168-22.06W
2004/09/03, 18:07stop65-24.16N, 168-16.89W
2004/09/04, 02:47start65-53.24N, 168-16.89W
2004/10/08, 00:26stop69-05.05N, 166-21.41W
2004/10/08, 02:41start68-54.90N, 166-47.54W
2004/10/09, 16:27stop65-59.97N, 168-49.98W
2004/10/09, 23:11start65-34.89N, 168-36.23W
2004/10/09, 23:58stop65-23.84N, 168-38.53W

Calibration Information is as follows.
(1) Quality control
QCed data were added flag according to the NODC (National Oceanographic Data Center) quality control procedure.
1) The gradient check of adjacent depth data
Please see the site of NODC of the following link for quality control procedure in detail.
In addition, an abnormal value is identified by a visual check, and the data after visual QC is released.
(1)In this cruise, there is extra data (fluorescence intensity, particle size of plankton) in additional to temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen that has been opened to the public. Please contact us from "Contact Us" above if necessary.
: MR04-05
: Processed (DMO)-QCed
: JAMSTEC
: Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved oxygen
:
OCEANS > OCEAN CHEMISTRY > OXYGEN
OCEANS > SALINITY/DENSITY > SALINITY
OCEANS > OCEAN TEMPERATURE > SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE

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Data List

File names
20040902.dat
20040903.dat
20040904.dat
20040905.dat
20040906.dat
20040907.dat
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20040927.dat
20040928.dat
20040929.dat
20040930.dat
20041001.dat
20041002.dat
20041003.dat
20041004.dat
20041005.dat
20041006.dat
20041007.dat
20041008.dat
20041009.dat
ex_read.f (Sample Program)
: MR04-05
: Processed (DMO)-QCed
: JAMSTEC

TSG DMO (MR98-K01 - MR10-03)

Format Description for the Corrected Data
Please see the site of each cruise.
Format Description for the QCed Data (MR98-K01 - MR10-03)
  1. Each data file contains one line header (meta data) followed by data lines for one day.
  2. The number of data lines are recorded in the header.
  1. Header part
No. Column Content Format Remarks
1 1 Header ID a1 fixed as '#'
2 3 - 6 Data ID a4 TSG
3 8 - 22 Cruise ID a15 MRYY-(K)XX(_legx)
4 68 - 71 Number of data lines i4
5 72 - 73 Terminator - CR+LF
  1. Data part
No. Column Content Unit Format Remarks
1 1 -  8 Date - i8 YYYYMMDD (UTC)
2 10 - 13 Time - i4 hhmm (UTC)
3 15 - 23 Latitude - i2,a1,f5.2,a1 dd-mm.mmN(S)
4 25 - 34 Longitude - i3,a1,f5.2,a1 ddd-mm.mmE(W)
5 35 - 45 Temperature deg-C f11.4 ITS-90
6 46 - 56 Salinity PSU f11.4 PSS-78
7 57 - 67 Dissolved oxygen mg/l f11.4
8 68 - 78 Flag - i11 1- 6 : space
7 : flag of date/time
8 : flag of latitude/longitude
9 : flag of temperature
10 : flag of salinity
11 : flag of dissolved oxygen
* reference : 'Definition of Quality Control Flags'
9 79 - 80 Terminator - - CR+LF

Definition of Quality Control Flags
  1. Depth Flags
  2. 0 - accepted value
    1 - error in recorded depth ( same or less than previous depth )
    2 - density inversion

  3. Observed Level Flags
  4. N - missing value
    0 - accepted value
    1 - range outlier ( outside of broad range check )
    2 - failed inversion check
    3 - failed gradient check
    4 - zero anomaly
    5 - failed combined gradient and inversion checks
    6 - failed range and inversion checks
    7 - failed range and gradient checks
    8 - failed range and zero anomaly checks
    9 - failed range and combined gradient and inversion checks
    A - failed visual check

    * The check only about range check for Thermosalinograph data.

  5. Date and time flag (Thermosalinograph only)
  6. 0 - accepted data and time
    1 - failed duplicate/missing/incorrect date and time

  7. Position flag (Thermosalinograph only)
  8. 0 - accepted position
    1 - failed estimated ship speed check including missing/incorrect position

    QCed data were added flag according to the NODC (National Oceanographic Data Center) quality control procedure, additionally visually checked. Please see the site of NODC of the following link for quality control procedure.

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Update History

2017-06-29
An observation data was registerd.
2014-07-24
An observation data was registerd.
2014-03-08
An observation data was registerd.
2012-11-25
An observation data was registerd.