Cruise Information: S-RO1_BOT

From Apr 7, 2008 to Apr 13, 2008

Related to group of cruises: SESAME BLACK SEA ROMANIA Apr 2008

 
 

Start: Apr 7, 2008   Apr 7, 2008 9:01:00, Station: S-RO1-001    End: Apr 13, 2008

Cruise Metadata
Instrument type: Water bottle stations Project: SESAME
Country: Romania Ship: Mare Nigrum
Data provider: National Institute of Marine Geology and Geoecology Contact: Dan Secrieru
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Cruise Measured Parameters
Code P02ParameterCasts
AHGTVertical spatial coordinates23
ALKYAlkalinity, acidity and pH of the water column22
ATTNTransmittance and attenuance of the water column23
DOXYDissolved oxygen parameters in the water column23
FVLTRaw fluorometer output23
PPABLight absorption in the water column23
PSALSalinity of the water column23
SIGTDensity of the water column23
SPWCConcentration of inorganic sulphur species in the water column6
TEMPTemperature of the water column23

Selected Cast Information   Apr 7, 2008 9:01:00, Station: S-RO1-001
Latitude: Longetude: Depth:
44.77423 29.5884 14.39

Code P01ParameterUnit
ABS650ACLight absorbance (650nm wavelength) by the water body by transmissometer and calibration to read zero in clear waterper metre
DOXYZZ01Concentration of oxygen {O2 CAS 7782-44-7} per unit volume of the water body [dissolved plus reactive particulate phase] by in-situ sensorMilligrams per litre
FLUOZZZZFluorescence of the water bodyMicrograms per litre
PHXXZZXXpH per unit volume of the water bodypH units
POPTDR01Transmittance (red light wavelength) per 25cm of the water body by 25cm path length red light transmissometerPercent
PRESPR01Pressure (spatial co-ordinate) exerted by the water body by profiling pressure sensor and corrected to read zero at sea levelDecibars
PSALZZXXPractical salinity of the water body by computation using UNESCO 1983 algorithmParts per thousand
SIGTEQ01Sigma-theta of the water body by computation from salinity and potential temperature using UNESCO algorithmKilograms per cubic metre
TEMPPR01Temperature of the water bodyDegrees Celsius