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A dataset of temperature, salinity and depth profile of sea water based on No.6 Buoy of the East China Observation Station during 2014–2015
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Abstract: Temperature, salinity and depth are important parameters of the ocean physical properties as well as the basic elements of the ocean hydrological observation. Muti-layered water observation data of temperature, salinity and depth are obtained by Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS), using the ocean comprehensive observation buoy system No.6 of East Sea station of an offshore marine observation and research net-work (OMORN), from October, 2014. Self-contained combined sensors are mounted on mooring, by means of self-contained combined sensors mounted on mooring chains, and 412 days of temperature, salinity and depth observational data in four layers are obtained. In order to make better use of these data, we process them with standard data processing methods and quality control system. Also, download service on the internet is provided for the user. These datas provide the support for marine scientific research and for the social development on this area.
Keywords: temperature-salinity-depth observation data; profile observation; East China Sea; buoy; dataset of marine observation
Dataset Profile
TitleA dataset of temperature, salinity and depth of sea water based on No.6 buoy of the East China Observation Station during 2014–2015
Data corresponding authorLiu Changhua (lch@qdio.ac.cn)
Data authorsJia Siyang, Liu Changhua, Wang Chunxiao, Wang Xu
Time rangeFrom October, 2014 to November, 2015
Geographical scopeThe observation area is near the Haijiao island of the Zhoushan Archipelago in the East China Sea. The buoy was shifted 2 miles by the typhoon of “CHAN-HOM” (Because the shifting time is short and the moving path is irregular, not detailed here). Initial station was 30°42.93′N, 123°8.11′E before 3am on July 11, 2015, Station after typhoon of “CHAN-HOM” was 30°44.02′N, 123°6.19′E since July 12, 2015.
Data volume56.6 MB
Data format*.xls
Data service system<http://www.sciencedb.cn/dataSet/handle/931>
Sources of fundingStrategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (XDA1906020303); National Development and Reform Commission Promotes Big Data’s Major Project for Development (2016-999999-65-01-000696-04); National Natural Science Foundation of China (41876102).
Dataset/Database compositionThe dataset is table data. The subsets are recorded as “A dataset of temperature, salinity and depth profile of sea water Based on No.6 Buoy of the East China Observation station in 2014–2015.zip”. The dataset is made up of 48 tables, including eight observation periods and four profiles, named by buoy No ,layer, year, date of effective observation and parameter code.
Article and author information
Jia Siyang
主要承担工作:试验方案制定、原始数据获取和质量控制等。
Liu Changhua
主要承担工作:主要承担工作:试验方案制定、本数据集技术流程设计等。
lch@qdio.ac.cn
Wangle Chunxiao
主要承担工作:原始数据获取、数据处理、曲线图绘制和数据集编制。
Wang Xu
主要承担工作:原始数据获取和整理。
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Released: Jan. 8, 2020 ( VersionsZH3
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