[OBSIPtec] OBSIPtec Digest, Vol 17, Issue 3

Paul Johnson johnson at ocean.washington.edu
Sat Sep 26 12:09:23 PDT 2015


Your e-mail was timely - we are working with the Cascadia Initiative data,
as we speak.  So the correct location
for M08C is very useful.

1. Can you tell me the units used for pressure on the Lamont instruments?
I am assuming pascals, but I don't
see them written down anywhere.

2. I am seeing potential 'artifacts' in some of the pressure data - i.e.,
an instantaneous offset that happens in between data points in 1 minute
sampled data.  Not 'geophysically feasible'.   Have these artifacts been
noted previously?

3. Some of the data downloads from the Lamont instruments (the only ones we
are interested in) are incomplete, that
is the download only goes so far (i.e., 3 months) and then stops.  Multiple
attempts at downloading always stop at
the same time.

I can send you examples of these, but I am not sure if you are the right
person.  But your e-mail says to ask.


Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson
School of Oceanography
Box 357940
University of Washington
Seattle, 98195-7940
office phone: 206-543-8474

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> OBSIP user community,
> An error in the longitude of station M08C in the Cascadia Year 3 data
> [network code 7D] has been corrected and the metadata was reloaded at
> the IRIS DMC on 9/16/2015.  Please let me know if you have any questions.
> This is also a good time for a reminder that if you have any questions
> or concerns about OBSIP data, I encourage you to contact me. If we
> cannot get to them immediately, we will still track and revisit any
> issues brought forward.
> Cheers,
> Kasey
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