Primary sampling: averaged
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|Preferred Label||Primary sampling: averaged|
|Definition||Primary sampling scheme for which the 'averaged' sampling method was used. The primary sampling profile has N_PROF=1, and is composed of primary CTD measurements. The 'averaged' sampling method refers to profiles where each data point was obtained from binned averages of multiple data measurements (pollings) from a sensor. This sampling scheme can also be applied to measurements from auxiliary sensors obtained by the 'averaged' sampling method and taken at the same pressure levels as the Primary CTD profile. For auxiliary sensor measurements it is not required that all pressure levels contain data.|
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|Authored On||2020-05-03 20:29:08|
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