This record describes the End of Voyage (EOV) archive from the Marine National Facility (MNF) RV Investigator research voyage
IN2019_T02, titled "Deep seascapes of the Great Barrier Reef: Uncovering submarine canyons and landslides." The voyage
took place between October 4 and October 14, 2019 departing from Brisbane (QLD) and arriving in Darwin (NT).
For further information please refer to the voyage documentation links below.
Instruments used and data collected include:
Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP; 75, 150 KHz ), Lowered ADCP (LADCP), Disdrometer, Fisheries echosounder (EK60),
Multibeam Echosounder (EM710, EM122), Sub-bottom Profiler (SBP120), Gravimeter, GPS Positioning System, Doppler Velocity
Log, Atmospheric Temperature, Humidity, Pressure, Wind and Rain sensors, Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) sensor,
Precision Infrared Radiometer (PIR), Precision Spectral Pyranometer (PSP), Nephelometer, pCO2, Condensation Particle Counters
(CPC), Cloud Condensation Nuclei counter (CCN), Scanning Mobility Particle Sizers (SMPS), Multiangle Absorption Photometer
(MAAP), Radon, Ozone and Oxygen sensors, Weather Radar, Greenhouse Gas Analysers (Picarro), Infrared Sea Surface Temperature
Autonomous Radiometer (ISAR), Fluorometer, Oxygen optode, Thermosalinographs (TSG), CTD, Hydrochemistry.
Black Carbon Aethalometer, Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR), Ultra Short BaseLine Underwater Positioning System (USBL),
Video, Sonic Anemometer, AIRBOX Radon, Mercury Analyser (Tekran), Gas Chromatograph - Electron Capture Detector (uDirac),
Greenhouse Gas Analyser (Spectronus), Cloud Radar (BASTA), Cloud and Aerosol Backscatter Lidar (RMAN), Micro Rain Radar
(MRR), Multi-AXis Differential Optical Absorption Spectrometer (MAX-DOAS), Seastate Cameras, mini Micro-Pulse LIDAR (miniMPL),
Chemical Ionisation Mass Spectrometer (CIMS), Neutral Cluster Air Ion Spectrometer (NAIS), Volatility-Hygroscopicity Tandem
Differential Mobility Analyser (VH-TDMA), Wildlife observations (seabirds, cetaceans and seals).
The archive for the IN2019_T02 EOV raw data is curated by the CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere (O&A) Information and Data Centre
(IDC) in Hobart, with a permanent archive at the CSIRO Data Access Portal (DAP, https://data.csiro.au/dap/), providing access to participants and processors of the data collected in the voyage.
All voyage documentation is available electronically to MNF support via the local network. Access to voyage documentation
for non-CSIRO participants can be made via DataLibrariansOAMNF@csiro.au.
Original field data. The raw EOV data archive was transferred to the O&A IDC in Hobart.
A manifest file for the final archive was generated (in2019_t02_manifest_1.0_rawVoyage_cs.txt).
Available paper documents are scanned to 400 dpi PDF and stored at the IDC record storage system. ELOG files are generated
as csv-formatted files and archived.