SIO Argo Site: Delayed Mode
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|Display of the floats Delayed Mode Quality Control flags
as recently reported at the GDAC. |
Plot may lag the GDAC by up to 10 days
Colored circles represent the 1 (blue) to 4 (red) Argo QC scale. Dmode flags have value 0.5 greater than R mode flags, so it is easy to see which data has passed DMQC
The dots are overlain on a waterfall plot of the profile data
|Temperature/Salinity diagram of Quality Controlled Argo
The data is color coded by QC status (Delayed Mode or Real-Time) and goodness [Argo flag 1 (good) or other (bad)].
|These are the drift corrections found in the Delayed
Mode netcdf profile files at the GDAC. Error bars
are also shown. |
If no lines are shown, then the data has not yet passed through DMQC or the data is marked bad.
|If present, the below figures are produced by the OW
(Owens, Wong) salinity calibration software.|
This software is used throughout the Argo program to access the presence of salinity drift.