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Please cite this data set as:

Omar, A., R. Skogseth. 2007. H. Mosby 58AA20010822 cruise data from the 2001 cruises, 
CARINA Data Set. 
Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 
US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. doi: 10.3334/CDIAC/otg.CARINA_58AA20010822 

# Data from I. Skjelvan 7/5/05 
# Ship: Haakon Mosby 
# Cruise: 58AA0119 
# Ddates: 08/22 - 08/29/2001 
# EXPOCODE: 58AA20010822 
# Region: South of Svalbard 
# Chief Scientists: Ragnheid Skogseth  
# 138 stations with 1-12 place Rosette 
# Flags assigned by Key, checked and modified by A.Omar 
# Hydro: Who - R. Skogseth; Status - uncorrected  
# 	Notes: CTD and some bottle salinities in file 
# 	Pressure used to estimate depth 
# 	Densities calculated with CTD salinity 
# 	Cast set to 1 for all samples 
# O2/Nuts: Who - A.Omar;Status - final 
# 	Notes: No nutrient data,  
# 	oxygen looks ok 
# 	O2 converted from ml/l to umol/kg 
# 	Manual Winkler titration. Precision estimate +/-1umol/kg 
# TCO2: Who - Abdirahman Omar; Status - final 
# 	Notes: Coulometric titration with SOMMA 
# 	Estimated precision 4umol/kg 
# 	CRM batch 54; CRM runs 2 to 16 umol/kg LOWER (mean/std 11.1+/-4.7) than certified value.  
# 	"Mean standard deviation of CRM replicates was 1.0umol/kg 
# 	Values adjusted to CRM assuming linear drift between CRM runs and correction applied multiplicatively 
# TA: Who - Abdirahman Omar; Status - final 
# 	Notes: Open cell titration 
# 	CRM used, batch 54; CRM analysis gave results that were between 25 and 40umol/kg HIGHER than certified value (32+/-6.6).  
# 	Standard deviation of CRM duplicates was 1.12umol/kg.  
# 	Samples adjusted to CRM by multiplication assuming liner drift between CRM runs. 
# 	Estimated precision 5umol/kg 
# References: 
# Omar, A., T. Johannessen, S. Kaltin andA. Olsen, Anthropogenic increase of oceanic pCO2 in the Barents Sea surface water, J. Geophys. Res., 
108(C12), doi:10.1029/2002JC001628, 3388, 2003. 

# Omar, A., T. Johannessen, R. Bellerby, A. Olsen, L. Anderson and C. Kivimàe, Sea ice and brine formation in Storfjorden: Implications for 
Arctic winter air-sea CO2 flux, in Helge Drange et al., eds., The Nordic Seas: An Integrated Perspective Oceanography, Climatology, and 
Modelling, AGU, Washington, D.C., 177-187, 2005.