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Delayed Mode TSG data of the SURVOSTRAL project

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Delayed Mode TSG data of the SURVOSTRAL project


Written by Elodie Kestenare in May 2010
  • Project: SURVOSTRAL international program
  • Description: In-situ sea surface temperature and salinity from the TSG installed on the Astrolabe vessel (IPEV)
  • Period: 1993-2010
  • Area: Southern Ocean between Hobart (Tasmania) and Dumont d'Urville -the French Antarctic base-
  • Source: LEGOS, France

 

The delayed mode datasets are available for two different periods: 1993-2002 and 2002-2010

 

I. Delayed-mode data, 2002-2010

The data are freely downloadable here (see README.txt file for details)
Netcdf files are at the GOSUD format

 

Position of the Astrolabe Cruise Tracks during the round trips (solid lines)
The SR3 WOCE line is also shown (dotted line)

 

 

II. Delayed-mode data, 1993-2002

NetCDF files are available on request.
Please contact: Rosemary Morrow or Elodie Kestenare at LEGOS.

 

III. Other products

Data are also available on request.

  • Delayed-mode data, January 2003 to January 2010 along the Adelie coast

  • Cruise tracks along the Adelie coast

  • Mean seasonal cycle (Climatology) for the 1992-2009 and 2002-2009 period during the round trips between Tasmania and Dumont d'Urville

  • data surface salinity 3
    Mean seasonnal cycle for the 1992-2009 period

 

 

References:
Chaigneau A. and Morrow R. A., 2002. Surface temperature and salinity variations between Tasmania and Antarctica, 1993-1999. J. Geophysical Research, 107 (C12), 8020, doi:10.1029/2001JC00808
Morrow R., G. Valladeau, and J.B. Sallée, 2008. Observed subsurface signature of Southern Ocean decadal sea level rise. Progr. Oceanogr., 77/4, 351-366

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