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  • Current meter S4_212a is one of four current meters deployed off the coast of Casey Station, Australian Antarctic Territory. S4_211a was located in Shannon Bay at 66 degrees 16.727 minutes South, 110 degrees 31.434 minutes West. Further deployment details can be found in the 'Mooring Details' section of the data, as well as a 'Location Map'. The data includes: current speed components, current speed and current direction, a progressive vector diagram of displacement, and water temperature. The data were recorded by the Australian Antarctic Division, and processed by Oceanographic Field Services Pty Ltd. Data was recorded between 3:30am 18 November 1997 (GMT) and 7:30am 29 December 1998 (GMT). The fields in this dataset include: Date Time Speed (centimetres per second) Direction (degrees) Temperature (degrees)

  • Current meter S4_211a is one of four current meters deployed off the coast of Casey Station, Australian Antarctic Territory. S4_211a was located in Shannon Bay at 66 degrees 16.727 minutes South, 110 degrees 31.434 minutes West. Further deployment details can be found in the 'Mooring Details' section of the data, as well as a 'Location Map'. The data includes: current speed components, current speed and current direction, a progressive vector diagram of displacement, and water temperature. The data were recorded by the Australian Antarctic Division, and processed by Oceanographic Field Services Pty Ltd. Data was recorded between 3:30am 18 November 1997 (GMT) and 7:30am 29 December 1998 (GMT). The fields in this dataset include: Date Time Speed (centimetres per second) Direction (degrees) Temperature (degrees)

  • Current meter data from the SAZ project - Sub-Antarctic zone mooring study of interannual variability in particulate carbon export. These data have been collected on cruises from 1997 to 2009. Each folder in the download file contains the data as well as a readme providing further information about data capture and quality for that year. See the parent record for further information.

  • Current meter S4_211b is one of four current meters deployed off the coast of Casey Station, Australian Antarctic Territory. S4_211a was located in Shannon Bay at 66 degrees 16.727 minutes South, 110 degrees 31.434 minutes West. Further deployment details can be found in the 'Mooring Details' section of the data, as well as a 'Location Map'. The data includes: current speed components, current speed and current direction, a progressive vector diagram of displacement, and water temperature. The data were recorded by the Australian Antarctic Division, and processed by Oceanographic Field Services Pty Ltd. Data was recorded between 3:30am 18 November 1997 (GMT) and 7:30am 29 December 1998 (GMT). The fields in this dataset include: Date Time Speed (centimetres per second) Direction (degrees) Temperature (degrees)

  • Current meter S4_212b is one of four current meters deployed off the coast of Casey Station, Australian Antarctic Territory. S4_211a was located in Shannon Bay at 66 degrees 16.727 minutes South, 110 degrees 31.434 minutes West. Further deployment details can be found in the 'Mooring Details' section of the data, as well as a 'Location Map'. The data includes: current speed components, current speed and current direction, a progressive vector diagram of displacement, and water temperature. The data were recorded by the Australian Antarctic Division, and processed by Oceanographic Field Services Pty Ltd. Data was recorded between 3:30am 18 November 1997 (GMT) and 7:30am 29 December 1998 (GMT). The fields in this dataset include: Date Time Speed (centimetres per second) Direction (degrees) Temperature (degrees)

  • AM04 borehole drilled January 2006. A single current meter data dip was collected during routine CTD operations over a period of 4 days upon completion of borehole. Consult Readme file for detail of data files and formats.

  • AM03 borehole drilled December 2005. Current meter data dips collected during routine CTD operations over a period of 4 days upon completion of borehole. Consult Readme file for detail of data files and formats.

  • Two components. The first component is an even log for all station and instrument deployements. The second component is a log where start and end bottom times need to be recorded for instruments for example the benthic trawl. There is one file for each of the logs. Both logs need to be ideally merged into one to have one data source of event information. The start and end bottom times need to ideally go into the event logging system on the ship. 1) Event log for stations and all instrument deployments Stations and instrument deployments were recorded (including failures) over the progress of the voyage to provide a summary of all work carried out over voyage and and assigned an Event ID number for referencing data associated with these events. Data_Format Data was initially recorded in the ship board PostgreSQL database. Data was exported as a comma delimited file 'events.csv' at the end of the voyage. Column 1 - Setcode (voyage identifier of the form 200708030 meaning year 2007-08, voyage 3) Column 2 - Voyage Code (text voyage identifier) Column 3 - Transect ID (transect identifier, no transects were identified this voyage) Column 4 - Station ID (Station identifier, blank for events not associated with a station, CEAMARC project stations are pre-pended with 'CEAMARC', CASo stations are pre-pended with 'CASO', sampling near icebergs for trace metals pre-pended with 'ICEBERG', woCE SR3 transect sampling pre-pended with 'SR3'). Column 5 - Event ID (unique ID across voyage for individual events) Column 6 - Event Type (usually the instrument deployed, self explanatory. One event type 'Plankton Water Sample' refers to mass water sampling undertaken for genomics work). Column 7 - User Reference (id used by individual scientists to reference their data for this event. If left blank they are using the auto assigned event id from this table). Column 8 - Start Timestamp (start timestamp of the event in UTC). Column 9 - Start Latitude (start latitude of the event from the ship gps) Column 10 - Start Longitude (start longitude of the event from the ship gps) Column 11 - Start Bottom Depth (bottom depth at the start time of the event in metres from EK60 sounder bathymetry export) Column 12 - End Timestamp (end timestamp of the event in UTC) Column 13 - End Latitude (end latitude of the event from the ship gps) Column 14 - End Longitude (end longitude of the event from the ship gps) Column 15 - Duration (duration of the event in hours) Column 16 - End Bottom Depth (bottom depth at the end time of the event in metres from EK60 sounder bathymetry export) Column 17 - Min bottom Depth (minimum bottom depth encountered over event period from EK60 sounder bathymetry export) Column 17 - Avg Bottom Depth (average bottom depth encountered over event period from EK60 sounder bathymetry export) Column 18 - Max Bottom Depth (maximum bottom depth encountered over event period from EK60 sounder bathymetry export) Column 19 - Author (person who entered event details into logging system) Column 20 - Notes (notes peculiar to the event, may be blank) 2) Log of instrument bottom times. Excel spreadsheet 'Trawl_log_18_Jan_08_final.xls' Column A - Station number, these are all CEAMARC station numbers, matching stations in the event log pre-pended by 'CEAMARC'. Column B - Event ID (matching event log, sometimes blank as this log an contain entries on intended events that did not get carried out for some reason or another) Column C - Trawl Name (labelled trawl name, actually event type as the log started off with just trawl start/end bottom times, but was expanded to encompass other event types like grabs etc.) Column D - Date of the event. Column E - Ship Speed (in knots from displays of gps speed). Column F - Time instrument hit the water in utc Column G - Time instrument reached the bottom in utc. Column H - Time instrument left the bottom (i.e. hauling started) in utc. Column I - Time instrument on the deck (ie out of the water) Column J - Depth in meters read of EK60 sounder display (could be any time during event). Column K - Comments pertaining to the event.

  • AM05 borehole drilled December 2009. See the pdf file as part of the download for more information on the work carried out as part of this borehole.

  • AM06 borehole drilled January 2010. See the pdf file as part of the download for more information on the work carried out as part of this borehole.