Bounce sampling: averaged
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|Preferred Label||Bounce sampling: averaged|
|Definition||Bounce sampling scheme for which the 'averaged' sampling method was used. The bounce sampling scheme is composed of profiles with N_PROF>1 collected on multiple rises and falls during a single cycle. The profiles are temporally offset from each other and/or the primary sampling profile. The 'averaged' sampling method refers to profiles where each data point was obtained from binned averages of multiple data measurements (pollings) from a sensor. Bounce sampling scheme profiles can be sampled with the Primary CTD or with auxiliary sensors.|
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|Authored On||2020-05-03 20:29:08|
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