Near-surface sampling: averaged, unpumped
|Within Vocab||Argo vertical sampling schemes|
|Preferred Label||Near-surface sampling: averaged, unpumped|
|Definition||Near-surface sampling scheme for which the 'averaged' sampling method was used, and measurements obtained from an unpumped CTD stream. The near-surface sampling profile has N_PROF>1. It is composed of measurements focusing on the top 5 dbar of the water column, which may extend deeper so as to overlap with the primary sampling profile for the purpose of cross-calibration. These measurements are taken at pressure levels different from the primary sampling profile, or obtained by a sampling method different from that of 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. Primary sampling profiles measuring above 5 dbar should not be labelled with this sampling scheme.|
|Has Current Version||http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/R16/current/NSAVGUP/1/|
|Authored On||2020-05-03 20:29:08|
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