Photosynthetically Available Radiation

Reference Designator
GS05MOAS-PG565-06-PARADM000
Review Status
Review Complete
Note
Depth
0 to 200m
Class
PARAD (Photosynthetically Available Radiation)
Make / Model
Biospherical Instruments / QSP-2155

Dataset Reviews Last processed: 1/28/20, 7:21 PM

QC Check Info
Dep. Preferred Method Stream DD FD SG EG Gaps GD TS Rate (s) Pressure Comp. Time Order Valid Data Missing Data Data Comp. Missing Coords. Review
1 recovered_host 338 315 0 15 4 7 1,674,497 1 200 / 211 Complete
Data Ranges Review Images

Test Notes

All good!

Data Coverage

Deployment: 1
93%

Deployment Map

System Annotations

Metadata Start Date End Date Comment
GS05MOAS-PG565
12/20/15, 12:56 PM 11/5/16, 9:02 PM

Deployment 1: Deployed on 12/20/2015, recovered on 12/25/2015 20:40 UTC for ballast correction and was re-deployed. Starting around 5/1/2016, glider became increasingly difficult to steer. Glider stopped profiling on 11/6/2016 to conserve remaining battery power. At recovery, barnacles were present mostly on the underside of the glider, and were not in an area to hinder flight performance.

Id: 577 By: lgarzio

Review Notes

Metadata Start Date End Date Comment
GS05MOAS

Glider optodes typically exhibit a sensor lag of 20-25 seconds. Example attached of several segments with consecutive down and up casts for CP05MOAS-GL335-04-DOSTAM000 on 10/26/2015 showing a typical measurement time lag. Profiles should be analyzed for individual time lags and data should be adjusted. OOI doesn't necessarily need to make the adjustment but users should be aware of the issue.

By Lori Garzio, on 5/31/19

GS05MOAS-PG565-06-PARADM000

99% of the sci_bsipar_par values for this deployment are outside of global ranges. sci_bsipar_par is the unscaled L0 PAR data product. The global ranges for this parameter are the same as for the scaled L1 PAR data product [0.0, 2500.0]. The global range for sci_bsipar_par should be reviewed.

By Lori Garzio, on 1/30/20

GS05MOAS-PG565-06-PARADM000

52% of parad_m_par values are outside of global ranges. Zooming in shows the majority of those values are slightly negative.

By Lori Garzio, on 1/30/20

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