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** The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as tubes by NSF-ICF:  
 
** The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as tubes by NSF-ICF:  
 
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|+Example that illustrates how  sibling IGSN numbers will be derived from parent IGSN number for '''ice core sample''' data fields
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|+Example that illustrates how  sibling IGSN numbers will be derived from parent IGSN number for '''ice core tube''' data fields. NOTE data set is real and used for demonstration purposes only.
 
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|Certificate name
 
|Certificate name
 
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|Ice core tube-1.0
 
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|IGSN parent ID
 
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|WDC06A-97
 
|WDC06A-97
 
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|Section ID
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|Tube ID
 
|Yes
 
|Yes
|1
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|97
 
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|Top depth
 
|Top depth
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|meters
 
|meters
 
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|Sample length
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|tube length
 
|Yes
 
|Yes
 
|0.970
 
|0.970
 
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|Sample length unit
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|Tube length unit
 
|Yes
 
|Yes
 
|meters
 
|meters
 
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|Section quality
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|Tube quality
 
|Yes
 
|Yes
 
|Excellent
 
|Excellent
 
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|Section Notes
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|Tube Notes
 
|No
 
|No
 
|No notes
 
|No notes
 
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** The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as archive sections by NSF-ICF:  
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** The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as sections by NSF-ICF:  
  
 
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|+Example that illustrates how  sibling (grandchild) IGSN numbers will be derived from parents IGSN number for '''ice core archive sections''' data fields
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|+Example that illustrates how  sibling (grandchild) IGSN numbers will be derived from parents IGSN number for '''ice core samples''' data fields
 
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Revision as of 14:36, 24 June 2020

  • A parent IGSN number registered for the Ice core point or location is required
  • For all ice core samples curated by NSF-ICF unique sibling IGSN will be derived.
  • Projects with samples not curated by NSF-ICF are encouraged to follow the same naming scheme.
    • The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as tubes by NSF-ICF:
Example that illustrates how sibling IGSN numbers will be derived from parent IGSN number for ice core tube data fields. NOTE data set is real and used for demonstration purposes only.
Field Required Example
Certificate name No Ice core tube-1.0
IGSN parent ID Yes WDC06A
IGSN child ID Yes WDC06A-97
Tube ID Yes 97
Top depth Yes 96.030
Top depth unit Yes meters
Bottom depth Yes 97.000
Bottom depth unit Yes meters
tube length Yes 0.970
Tube length unit Yes meters
Tube quality Yes Excellent
Tube Notes No No notes
    • The table below illustrates what will be generated for data that currently classified as sections by NSF-ICF:
Example that illustrates how sibling (grandchild) IGSN numbers will be derived from parents IGSN number for ice core samples data fields
Field Required Example
Certificate name No Ice core sample-1.0
IGSN parent ID Yes WDC06A
IGSN child ID Yes WDC06A-1
IGSN grandchild ID Yes WDC06A-1-MIS.1
Tube ID Yes 1
Top depth Yes 4.215
Top depth unit Yes meters
Bottom depth Yes 5.205
Bottom depth unit Yes meters
Sample length Yes 0.990
Sample length unit Yes meters
Core quality Yes 3