During the 14th Antarctic Expedition in China (1997-1998), CTD observations were successfully conducted at 15 oceanographic stations in the Prydz Bay and its northern waters in Antarctica. This dataset is the CTD data of the Prydz Bay survey area from 1997 to 1998 during the 14th Antarctic Expedition in China. CTD (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth) refers to a detection instrument used to detect information such as seawater temperature, salinity, and depth. The measurement method is to use a winch to lower the CTD profile instrument cut from the ship at a certain winch speed until it reaches the specified depth of seawater, and then retract it back onto the deck. Complete an ocean cross-section survey by deploying a CTD profiler. CTD is an important tool for profile measurement of marine environmental elements.
|1997/01/01 - 1998/02/01
CTD data of the Prize Bay survey area
Sample collection and data processing are carried out in accordance with ocean survey standards
|CTD data of the 13th China Antarctic expedition in the Prydz Bay from 1996 to 1997
|CTD Data of the Prydz Bay Survey Area in the 15th Chinese Antarctic Expedition in 1998-1999
|MARK-III CTD Data of the Prydz Bay in the 18th Chinese Antarctic Expedition in 2001-2002
|Measurements of markiii-ctd and sbe-25 CTD in the Prydz Bay and the Emory ice shelf during the 19th Chinese Antarctic expedition in 2002-2003
|Zooplankton data from the 19th Antarctic Survey in Prydz Bay, China, 2002-2003
|Data Set for Chlorophyll Content Measurement in Prydz Bay during the Ninth Chinese Antarctic Expedition 1992-1993
|Observation data of gravity solid tide at Zhongshan Station during the 14th Antarctic expedition of China from 1997 to 1998
|Data of Bacterial Productivity in the sea water of Prydz Bay during the 18th Antarctic expedition in 2001-2002
|Growth Status and Abundance Data of Giant Krill in the Circumpolar and Prydz Bay area during the 19th Chinese Antarctic Survey from 2002 to 2003
|Chlorophyll-a sample data of Prydz Bay during the 24th Chinese Antarctic Expedition in 2007-2008
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