|Within Vocab||BODC parameter semantic model analytical method entity descriptions|
|Definition||A device used prior to the 1980s for obtaining a record of temperature against depth (strictly speaking, pressure) in the upper 300m of the ocean. The thermal element was a xylene-filled copper coil, which actuated a stylus through a Bourdon tube. The pressure element was a copper aneroid capsule that moved a smoked glass slide at right angles to the motion of the stylus. Data were usually distributed as enlarged photographs of the trace etched on the glass slide.|
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||analytical method entity||Mapping: 1472709|
||Temperature of the water body by mechanical bathythermograph||Mapping: 1366578|
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