From January 5 to January 13, 2002 and from February 18 to 26, 2002, the ocean exploration team of the 18th polar scientific research team of China carried out a large-scale marine investigation on the key survey areas of Prydz Bay and its North Sea area in two stages. In addition to the survey points which are unable to reach due to ice shelf movement, dense ice floes and shallow snow dragon boats, the planned I-VII section has carried out a scientific survey of most of the stations except Section VIII, which has completed 67 CTD survey stations (among which, station VI failed to obtain full depth data due to CTD instrument failure), and 47 CTD water extraction stations. This data set is CTD station data. This data set is the mark-iii CTD data of Prydz Bay in 2001-2002 during the 18th Antarctic expedition of China.
|collect time||2001/12/01 - 2002/03/01|
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In the planned I-VII section, 67 CTD stations have been completed except for the observation points which can not be reached by Xuelong due to ice shelf movement, dense ice floes and shallow water depth. The scientific investigation of most stations has also been carried out for the unplanned VIII section, including 47 CTD water extraction stations.
The field data are reliable.
|2||2001-2002中国第18次南极考察普里兹湾mark-iii ctd数据.doc||45.0 KiB|
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