Field Activity 11BHM01

Identifier 11BHM01
Purpose Establish baseline values for regional carbon flux between sea and air.
Location Offshore transect from Panama City to De Soto Canyon, FL and from Mobile Bay, AL to De Soto Canyon. Also transects from De Soto Canyon to St. Petersburg.
Info derived DIC, pCO2, pH, Alkalinity, d18O, d13C, dD, T, S, Chlorophyll.
Comments Additional Equipment Used: Laptop Platform: R/V Weatherbird II (University of South Florida)
Platform
Length: 115 feet; Beam: 28 feet.
Itinerary
Start St. Petersburg, FL 2011-05-03
End St. Petersburg, FL 2011-05-09
Bounds
West -88.076
East -84.50538988
North 30.68168659
South 29.44460533

Personnel

Organization
600 Fourth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL33701-4846
(727) 502-8000
Principal investigators Lisa L Robbins
Crew members
Paul O Knorr
Scientist, Staff
Information specialist(s)
Paul O Knorr
Specialist, Information

Data types and categories

Data category: Environmental Data, Location-Elevation, Sampling
Data type: CO2, CTD, pH, Navigation, Chemistry

Equipment used

Equipment Usage description Data types Datasets
Conductivity, Temperature and Depth (CTD) Logger/Probe CTD (no data reported)
GPS Navigation 1
Rosette Chemistry 2
Spectrophotometric Analytical System pH (no data reported)
Flow-Through Seawater Analyzer (pH) pH, Experiments (geochemical), Surveys (geochemical) 1
Flow-Through Seawater Analyzer (pCO2) CO2, Experiments (geochemical), Surveys (geochemical) 1
Sonde sensor CO2, Temperature, pH 1

Datasets

Datasets produced in this activity

Dataset name Equipment Description Dataset contact
11BHM01-NL-pd-1 GPS Survey navigation Lisa L Robbins
11BHM01-EN-pd-4 Rosette Surface discrete samples Lisa L Robbins
11BHM01-EN-pd-5 Rosette Station discrete samples Lisa L Robbins
11BHM01-EN-pd-2 Flow-Through Seawater Analyzer (pH) Aft system pH Lisa L Robbins
11BHM01-EN-pd-1 Flow-Through Seawater Analyzer (pCO2) Aft system CO2 Lisa L Robbins
11BHM01-EN-pd-6 Sonde sensor Sonde Measurements Lisa L Robbins

Publications

Samples collected during this field activity