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Processed Thermal Blanket heat flow data acquired at the Cascadia Subduction Zone during the 2013 R/V Atlantis expedition AT26-04 (investigators H. Paul Johnson, Evan Solomon, Robert Harris, Marie Salmi)
Platform Info
ROV:Jason II
WHOI:NDSF
Device Info
ThermalBlanket
Locale
Cascadia
FocusSite:GeoPRISMS
File Format
XLS
Quality
2
Details
The surface heat flow measurements were assigned quality flags of Good, OK or Bad in the data file. Good signifies a good measurement - straight thermal gradient, good thermal conductivity measurements, etc. OK signifies borderline measurements such as a slight curve in thermal gradient but nothing detrimental. Bad indicates bad data that should not be used.
Processed heat flow data acquired at the Cascadia Subduction Zone during the 2013 R/V Atlantis expedition AT26-04 (investigators H. Paul Johnson, Evan Solomon, Robert Harris, Marie Salmi)
Platform Info
Atlantis
WHOI
Device Info
Probe:Temperature:ThermistorArray
Locale
Cascadia
FocusSite:GeoPRISMS
File Format
ASCII
Quality
2
Details
The surface heat flow measurements were assigned quality flags of Good, OK or Bad in the data file. Good signifies a good measurement - straight thermal gradient, good thermal conductivity measurements, etc. OK signifies borderline measurements such as a slight curve in thermal gradient but nothing detrimental. Bad indicates bad data that should not be used.
Processed Alvin probe heat flow data acquired at the Cascadia Subduction Zone during the 2013 R/V Atlantis expedition AT26-04 (investigators H. Paul Johnson, Evan Solomon, Robert Harris, Marie Salmi)
Platform Info
Atlantis
WHOI
Device Info
Probe:Heatflow
Events
Locale
Cascadia
FocusSite:GeoPRISMS
File Format
ASCII
Quality
2
Details
The surface heat flow measurements were assigned quality flags of Good, OK or Bad in the data file. Good signifies a good measurement - straight thermal gradient, good thermal conductivity measurements, etc. OK signifies borderline measurements such as a slight curve in thermal gradient but nothing detrimental. Bad indicates bad data that should not be used.
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