Western Channel Observatory

NERC National Capability of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory and Marine Biological Association

PML

E1 in-situ data station

These data are collected using sensors attached to our sampling rosette, by the R/V Plymouth Quest, at station E1 which is located 25 nautical miles south-west of Plymouth. The sensors include a SeaBird SBE 19+, a transmissometer, a Chelsea PAR sensor, a fluorometer and an oxygen optode. These data form part of a long time series collected at this station and are included in the ICES Report on Ocean Climate. The entire time-series can be downloaded here. To use these data please contact James Fishwick. Additional date, time and instrument number information is also available. These data can also be referenced using the PANGAEA database.

Data plots for 19/04/2017

Temperature (°C)Salinity (PSU)
Temperature Salinity
Density (kgm-3)Fluorescence (no unit)
Density Fluorescence
TransmissionPAR (uEm-2s-1)
Transmission PAR
Oxygen (uM)
Oxygen

Click here to view the bottle firing depth data.

Click here to view the raw data.

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About Us

The WCO is a partnership between the Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the Marine Biological Association.

How are we funded?

The core work of the WCO is funded as part of the UK Natural Environmental Research Council's National Capability.

Contact Information

For more details about the WCO please contact:

Dr Tim Smyth
Western Channel Observatory
Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Prospect Place
Plymouth
Devon
PL1 3DH
email: tjsm@pml.ac.uk