During the 14th Antarctic expedition in China (1997-1998), CTD observations were successfully carried out at 15 oceanographic stations in Prydz Bay and its northern waters. This data set is the CTD data of Prydz Bay survey area from 1997 to 1998 in the 14th Antarctic Survey of China. CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) is a kind of instrument used to detect the temperature, salinity, depth and other information of sea water. The method of measurement is to lower the CTD profiler of the ship by winch at a certain winch speed until it is in the sea water at a specified depth, and then take it back to the armor plate. The CTD profiler is used to complete an ocean section survey. CTD is an important tool for marine environmental profile survey.
|collect time||1997/01/01 - 1998/02/01|
|collect place||Prydz Bay|
|data size||171.0 kB|
|Data time resolution||day|
CTD data of Prydz Bay survey area
Sample collection and data processing are carried out in accordance with the specifications of marine survey
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