Inactive

Coriolis
542 Days, 54 cycles achieved, 57 profiles available
Reliability: 105 %
Vertical distance profiled: 108 km



Fly to trajectory

Latest location : 15/12/2013 at LAT=41.3209 LON=-30.4398

20/06/2012 at LAT=36.8265 LON=-28.7800 (Atlantic Ocean)
by OMAN SAIL (Sailing Vessel)
Deployment method: MANUAL

ARVOR
Serial No: OIN-011-AR-19
Sensors: PRESS, TEMP, PSAL
Battery: Lithium 11V
Telecommunications: ARGOS (112536)

Cycle Time: 240 h
Park Pressure: 1000 dbar
Profile Pressure: 2000 dbar

GDAC distribution on GTS distribution on

57 profiles available
Origin: Coriolis

Latest T/S profile by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA)

Profiles - ASCII (NOAA/NODC)
Profiles - ASCII (IFREMER)
Profiles - MEDATLAS (IFREMER)
Profiles - netCDF (IFREMER)
Profiles - netCDF (FNMOC)
Trajectory - ASCII (IFREMER)
Trajectory - netCDF (IFREMER)
Trajectory - netCDF (FNMOC)
Technical - netCDF (FNMOC)
Metadata - netCDF (FNMOC)

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Temperature Section
Temperature Section
Temperature Overlayed Profiles
Temperature Overlayed Profiles
Salinity Section
Salinity Section
Salinity Overlayed Profiles
Salinity Overlayed Profiles
Dissolved Oxygen Section
Dissolved Oxygen Section
Dissolved Oxygen Overlayed Profiles
Dissolved Oxygen Overlayed Profiles
TEMP Waterfall profiles (emphasis)
TEMP Waterfall profiles (emphasis)
PSAL Waterfall profiles (emphasis)
PSAL Waterfall profiles (emphasis)
TEMP Overlayed profiles (emphasis)
TEMP Overlayed profiles (emphasis)
PSAL Overlayed profiles (emphasis)
PSAL Overlayed profiles (emphasis)




Temp Plot
Temp Plot
Sal Plot
Sal Plot
T/S Plot
T/S Plot


55 profile(s) eligible for Delayed Mode Quality Control
53 reviewed in Delayed Mode

Float QC status (Pacific Argo Regional Centre)
QC Status (South Atlantic Argo Regional Centre)
Altimetry QC by CLS/Coriolis
Altimetry QC by CLS/Coriolis
Surface Pressure Monitoring, by CSIRO (for APEX)
Surface Pressure Monitoring, by CSIRO (for APEX)
Surface Pressure 2011/08/06 CSIRO Audit (for APEX)
Surface Pressure 2011/08/06 CSIRO Audit (for APEX)

Coriolis
The CORIOLIS project implementation by the French agencies in charge of oceanography, will contribute to the ocean observing system, providing world coverage of the oceans in real time (T&S profiles and current speeds). CORIOLIS a multi-disciplinary pilot project is involved in new autonomous instruments development, in float deployment and in data processing and distribution. It aims to be sustained when the programs, to which it refer to, will have drawn their assessment for the coming years.

Agencies:
Institut Français de Recherche et d'Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER)
Meteo France (METEO-France)
Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM )
Collecte Localisation Satellites (CLS)
Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, Brest (IRD_BREST)
Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES)
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
Institut Français pour la Recherche et la Technologie Polaires (IFRTP)
LEGOS (LAB. ETUDE GEOPHYS. ET OCEANOGR.SPATIALE) (LEGOS (LAB. ETUDE GEOPHYS. ET OCEANOGR.SPATIALE))
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), Nouméa (IRD_NOUMEA)

Contacts:
Sylvie Pouliquen Program Manager
Eric Duporte Principal Investigator
Virginie Thierry Principal Investigator
Vincent Bernard Local Coordinator
Thierry Carval G/DAC Manager
Virginie Thierry Delayed-Mode Operator
Serge Le Reste Technical Expert
Nathanaele Le Breton Operations Manager


More info at the Argo information Centre
Active
Inactive
Retired (sent back to owner or manufacturer)
Beached (or trap in fisherman's net ...)
GDAC distribution on
GTS distribution on
Grey-listed - problem with sensor(s)

In Google Earth:
Active (pop up within the last 24h)
Active (one signal within the last month or one signal within the last year for floats operating under the ice)
Inactive (no signal within the last month)
Beached/Retired (pop up within the last 24h)
Beached/Retired
Deployment Plan Probable(real-time, via Deployment Managers)
Deployment Plan Confirmed (real-time, via Deployment Managers, with ship)
Deployment Plan Registered (real-time, via Deployment Managers, notified)
Argo Story available (monthly or ad hoc update)
Real-Time profile available at GDACs (daily update)
Delayed-Mode profile available at GDACs (daily update)
Very latest ARGOS location (real-time)
Latest 20 days of ARGOS locations (real-time)
Estimated error ellipse (real-time)

Note:
Every month new floats are officially added in the system, some are back on-line, other declared inactive or beached. Locations for those floats are however updated in real-time

Glossary

This Google Earth layer is provided in near real time by the Argo Information Centre (http://argo.jcommops.org ), in cooperation with international partners of the Argo programme.
Special thanks to JAMSTEC Argo team for the work on individual profiles.

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These data were collected and made freely available by the International Argo Program and the national initiatives that contribute to it. http://www.argo.ucsd.edu, http://argo.jcommops.org

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6901407 Argo Profiling Float (FRANCE)