Juan de Fuca Strait Conductivity Temperature Depth Deployed 2016-05-10

The Sea-Bird Microcat SBE37SMP-ODO 9534 was deployed on 2016-05-10 at Juan de Fuca Strait. Juan de Fuca Strait is a large body of water that connects the Salish Sea to the Pacific Ocean. This device is a Conductivity Temperature Depth. Conductivity Temperature Depth (CTD) is an instrument package that contains sensors for measuring the conductivity, temperature, and pressure of seawater. Salinity, sound velocity, depth and density are variables that can be derived from sensor measurements. CTDs can carry additional instruments and sensors such as oxygen sensors, turbidity sensors and fluorometers. It was deployed on a fixed platform. Data from this deployment were archived and made available through Ocean Networks Canada's Oceans 2.0 digital infrastructure, with quality assurance and derived data products following established practices.

Access and Use

Licence: Not Specified

Data and Resources

Keywords

Dataset extent

Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors

Metadata Reference Date(s) July 22, 2020, 23:00 (UTC) (Creation)
November 16, 2021, 00:24 (UTC) (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) November 16, 2021 (Creation)
Frequency of Update As Needed

Responsible Party 1
Name
Ocean Networks Canada Society
Email
datastewardship@oceannetworks.ca
Role
Custodian

Field Value
Ocean Variables Surface Currents
Scope Dataset
Status Completed
Spatial Extent { "coordinates": [ -124.2157838, 48.3559745 ], "type": "Point" }
North Bounding Latitude 48.3559745
South Bounding Latitude 48.3559745
East Bounding Longitude -124.2157838
West Bounding Longitude -124.2157838
Temporal Extent
Begin
2016-05-10
End
2017-06-07
Vertical Extent
Min
182.0
Max
182.0
Default Locale English