Data

IMOS SOOP Sea Surface Temperature data collected on the Research Vessel L'Astrolabe

Australian Ocean Data Network
Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS)
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Enhancement of Measurements on Ships of Opportunity (SOOP)-Sea Surface Temperature (SST) aims to supply near real-time SST data (within 24 hours) from SOOPs and research vessels in the Australian region.

The data files contain SST underway observations from an SBE 38 sensor installed in a seawater intake collected on trips of a French research and Antarctic resupply vessel participating in the Australian Volunteer Observing Fleet (RV L'Astrolabe - FHZI) between Hobart (Tasmania) and Dumont D'Urville (Antarctica). The voyages take place during the Austral summer. The data are instantaneous hourly measurements. The data have been quality controlled by the Bureau of Meteorology.

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The data have been quality controlled by the Bureau of Meteorology. Readings ("raw" data files) are collected hourly, have been archived and are available on request from BOM. The data files attached here have been QC'd. QC processing has entailed performing the following checks: 1)physical bounds test 2)time sequential/duplicate test 3)land-sea test 4)platform speed test 5)SST climatology test.

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Credit
Australia’s Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is enabled by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). It is operated by a consortium of institutions as an unincorporated joint venture, with the University of Tasmania as Lead Agent.
Credit
Bureau of Meteorology (BOM)

Created: 05 03 2009

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165,-33 165,-70 130,-70 130,-33 165,-33

147.5,-51.5

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