Details of CTD data from FRV Scotia 1119S cruise


Dataset identification

Title of datasetCTD data from FRV Scotia 1119S cruise
Narrative summary of dataset86 CTD casts collected by Marine Scotland Science on cruise FRV Scotia 1119S in the North Sea.
Summary of processing methodologyData Processing: The CTD data were processed by Marine Scotland using the Sea-Bird SeaSoft routines as recommended in the SeaSoft manual for model type Sea-Bird SBE19plus. Pressure data were binned to 1 dbar using SeaSoft and the primary temperature and conductivity channels were adjusted to produce 'edit' channels. Marine Scotland regards the 'edit' channels as the definitive version of the data. The adjustments consisted of a de-spiking process using Marine Scotland in-house visualisation software and, as necessary, application of a low pass filter as described in Sy (1985). Field Calibrations: For a number of the cruises Marine Scotland used water samples collected during the CTD casts to generate calibration equations for the conductivity and fluorescence channels. However, these calibrations were not applied to the data by the originator. Sy A., 1985. An alternative editing technique for oceanographic data. Deep Sea Research, 32 (12), 1591-1599.
Start date2019-08-03
End date2019-08-23

Responsible organisations

CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation nameMarine Scotland Science
Role of organisationOriginator of Dataset

Dataset availability


Latitude north boundary62
Longitude east boundary6
Latitude south boundary54
Longitude west boundary-5
Sea areaNorth Sea

Data types, collection and processing

Observation typePigments
Water column temperature and salinity
Suspended particulate material
ParameterElectrical conductivity of the water column
Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies
Temperature of the water column
Concentration of suspended particulate material in the water column
Instrument typefluorometers
Instrument nameWET Labs {Sea-Bird WETLabs} ECO FLNTU combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor
Instrument typeoptical backscatter sensors
Instrument nameWET Labs {Sea-Bird WETLabs} ECO FLNTU combined fluorometer and turbidity sensor
Instrument typeCTD
Instrument nameSea-Bird SBE 19plus SEACAT CTD
Platform typeresearch vessel
Platform nameScotia

Process information

Submitting organisationBritish Oceanographic Data Centre
Submission identifier (UUID)7a2012fa-dd92-4a1e-93d7-14f4c2ad3f20
Date of dataset creation2021-03-29
Date of metadata creation2021-03-29
Date of metadata latest revision2021-03-29
Date of publishing2021-03-30
Date of processed dataset publication2021-10-10
Processing data centreBritish Oceanographic Data Centre
Summary record-ID769