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Meteorological observations during TAKUYO cruise 49TK9402_1

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PANGAEA
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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.415603
Keywords
  • 49Tk9402_1
  • 49Tk9402_1-Track
  • Anemometer
  • Aneroid Barometer
  • Calculated From Dry And Wet Bulb Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Relative
  • Mechanical Rotator
  • Platinum Resistance Thermometer (Prt)
  • Pressure
  • Atmospheric
  • Quality Code
  • Takuyo
  • Temperature
  • Air
  • Temperature
  • Water
  • Total Cloud Amount
  • Underway Cruise Track Measurements
  • Visual Observation
  • Wind Direction
  • Wind Speed
  • Woce
  • World Ocean Circulation Experiment
Disciplines
  • Earth Science

Abstract

Takuyo Bridge Data Quality Control Report Jesse Enloe and Shawn R. Smith World Ocean Circulation Experiment Surface Meteorological Data Assembly Center Center for Ocean Atmospheric Prediction Studies Florida State University May 17, 1999 WOCEMET 99-04 Version 1.0 Introduction: This report summarizes the quality of surface meteorological data collected by the Takuyo (identifier: 7JWN) bridge crew during six WOCE cruises. Data were provided in electronic format by H. Yoritaka (Japanese Hydrographic Department). The data were then processed using an automated screening program, which adds quality control flags to the data, highlighting potential problems. Finally, the Data Quality Evaluator (DQE) reviews the data and current flags. Flags are then added, modified, and deleted according to the judgement of the DQE and other DAC personnel. An in depth description of the WOCE quality control procedures can be found in Smith et al. (1996). The data quality control report summarizes all flags on the Takuyo bridge data and explains reasons why these flags were assigned. Statistical Information: The Takuyo data are expected to include observations taken every four hours on cruises PR_03_/01, PR_03_/03, PR_03_/05, and PR_13_/10 and every six hours on cruises PR_03_/12 and PR_03_/13. Values for the following variables were collected: Time (TIME) Latitude (LAT) Longitude (LON) Earth Relative Wind Direction (DIR) Earth Relative Wind Speed (SPD) Sea Temperature (TS) Atmospheric Pressure (P) Air Temperature (T) Relative Humidity (RH) Total Cloud Amount

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