Ship underway data collected during James Clark Ross cruise JR158, Southern Ocean, 2007
Ship underway data collected aboard the James Clark Ross during cruise no JR158 in 2007. Includes data from navigation and vessel-mounted ADCP (Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers). On the ship the position and observed data were interpolated to five-second records to merge the navigation with the underway data. These one-minute averages are averages over 12 of the interpolated points.
ADCP, Oceanlogger, air temperature, barometric pressure, bathymetry, salinity, sea temperature, underway data
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|Name||Prof Karen Heywood|
|Organisation||University of East Anglia|
|Name||Dr Andrew Thompson|
|Name||Dr Sally Thorpe|
Stewart Hall, 2008. Zooplankton biomass on ADELIE cruise. MSc thesis, UEA 1 1-999.
Thompson A. F., K. J. Heywood, 2008. Frontal structure and transport in the northwestern Weddell Sea. Deep-Sea Research I 55 1229-1251.
Thompson, A.F., K.J. Heywood, S.E. Thorpe, A.H.H. Renner and A. Trasvina, 2009. Surface circulation at the Tip of the Antarctic Peninsula from Drifters. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 39, 3-26.
Angelika Renner, 2010. PhD thesis. Advection and dispersion of modelled drifters in the Weddell and Scotia Seas. UEA.
Renner Angelika H. H.; Heywood Karen J.; Thorpe Sally E., 2009. Validation of three global ocean models in the Weddell Sea. Ocean Modelling, Volume: 30 Issue: 1 Pages: 1-15 DOI: 10.1016/j.ocemod.2009.05.007.
Trasvina A.; Heywood Karen J.; Renner A. H. H.; et al., NOV 17 2011. The impact of high-frequency current variability on dispersion off the eastern Antarctic Peninsula. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS Volume: 116 Article Number: C11024 DOI: 10.1029/2011JC007003.
Angelika H.H. Renner, Sally E. Thorpe, Karen J. Heywood, Eugene J. Murphy, Jon L. Watkins, Michael P. Meredith, May 2012. Advective pathways near the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula: Trends, variability and ecosystem implications Original Research Article Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume 63, Pages 91-101.
AFI 6/25 Field report, 2006-7 (unpublished). Available from BAS Archives Service.
AFI 06/25 - ADELIE - Antarctic drifter experiment - links to isobaths and ecosystems
|Lineage:||The LADCP was deployed in a down-looking orientation to allow bottom tracking. The science party was responsible for all configuration and data management. A down-looking 300 kHz RDI WorkHorse (WH) ADCP s/n1855 was mounted on the CTD frame.
Communication for deployment and downloading data was done using BBTALK software on a dedicated PC. Navigation data were retrieved from the ship's Seatex 3D GPS system.
The LADCP data was processed using both the University of Hawaii (UH) and Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) software. The software was run on a PC (AMD K7) under Ubuntu GNU/Linux 6.10 (kernel 2.6.17). Matlab version 220.127.116.116 (R2007a) was used. For details on data processing see the Cruise Report.
|URL Content Type||ASSOCIATED DATA SET(S)|
|URL Content Type||RELATED DATA SET DESCRIPTION|
|Detailed Location||Falkland Islands, Antarctic Peninsula|
|Data Storage:||BODC and UEA are managing the data.
Requests for data should be sent to the Polar Data Centre (PDC) at BAS.
|Access Constraints:||These data are governed by the NERC data policy|