Dataset: Moorings - Temp Sal O2 pH
Deployment: SeapHOx_Kelp_A

Temperature, Salinity, dissolved O2 and pH from SeapHOx Moorings
Principal Investigator: 
Dr Lisa A Levin (University of California-San Diego, UCSD-SIO)
Co-Principal Investigator: 
Dr Todd R. Martz (University of California-San Diego, UCSD-SIO)
Contact: 
Christina Frieder (University of California-San Diego, UCSD-SIO)
BCO-DMO Data Manager: 
Mr Stephen R. Gegg (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, WHOI BCO-DMO)
Current State: 
Final no updates expected
Version: 
10 October 2013
Deployment Synonyms:
 SeapHOx_Mooring_M1
Version Date: 
2013-10-10
Description

These data are from SeapHOx deployments from in and around the La Jolla Kelp Forest and include pH, dissolved oxygen, temperature, and salinity. The data were collected using two "SeapHOx" instrument packages. The SeapHOx consists of a Honeywell Durafet III pH sensor (Martz et al. 2010), an Aanderaa 3835 oxygen optode, and an SBE-37 MicroCAT CTD. The sensors were attached to a mooring line at a given water depth below the surface (e.g. 7 m).  There are four moorings utilized in this study and there is one data file which accompanies each mooring.

Related publication: Frieder, C. A., Nam, S. H., Martz, T. R., and Levin, L. A.: High temporal and spatial variability of dissolved oxygen and pH in a nearshore California kelp forest, Biogeosciences., 9, 4099-4132, doi:10.5194/bgd-9-4099-2012, 2012.
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