Details of CTD data, Black Sea 2016, the moored Aqualog profiler


Dataset identification

Title of datasetCTD data, Black Sea 2016, the moored Aqualog profiler
Narrative summary of datasetThe data is obtained by the autonomous moored profiler Aqualog ( in the Black Sea from 10-10-2016 to 12-11-2016 year. 393 profiles. CTD sensor was Seabird SBE 52MP.
Start date2016-10-10
End date2016-11-12
Frequency of observationshour to sub-day

Responsible organisations

CountryRussian Federation
Organisation nameP.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS
Role of organisationDataset Holding Organisation
CountryRussian Federation
Organisation nameP.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Southern branch
Role of organisationOriginator of Dataset

Dataset availability

Original dataset download link
Date of original dataset publication2019-03-28
Dataset formatDelimited
Public accessNo limitations
License for useODC-ODbL
Link to dataset after processing by data centre


Latitude north boundary44.489083
Longitude east boundary37.974067
Latitude south boundary44.489083
Longitude west boundary37.974067
Coordinate reference systemWorld Geodetic System 84
Sea areaBlack Sea
Vertical extent minimum20 Centimetres
Vertical extent maximum25 Centimetres

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typeWater column temperature and salinity
ParameterSalinity of the water column
Temperature of the water column
Instrument typeCTD
Instrument nameSea-Bird SBE 52-MP moored profiler CTD
Platform typefixed subsurface vertical profiler
Data quality processing informationprimary control in the laboratory

Process information

Submitting organisationP.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS
Submission identifier (UUID)32b99c64-ea06-48f9-bcd2-60defd896973
Date of dataset creation2019-03-11
Date of dataset revision2019-03-11
Date of metadata creation2019-03-26
Date of metadata latest revision2019-03-26
Date of publishing2019-03-28
Date of processed dataset publication2019-04-30
Processing data centreP.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS
Summary record-ID433