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The WOCE Hydrographic Program (WHP) encompassed a range of physical and chemical measurements collected as vertical profiles (CTD and water sample data).

The WHP One-Time Survey provided high-quality global coverage of basin-crossing ocean sections. Many sections include temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, nutrients, CO2 parameters, CFCs, helium, tritium, and 14C.

The WHP Repeat Hydrography and Time Series programs provided a temporal dimension to selected ocean sections and stations, respectively, usually with less broad coverage of water property measurements.

Many of the One-Time Survey data were examined by independent Data Quality Experts to help ensure the quality of the data.