Cruise Summary Reports (CSR)

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Cruise Summary Reports (CSR) are the usual means for reporting on cruises or field experiments at sea. Traditionally, it is the Chief Scientist's obligation to submit a CSR to his/her National Oceanographic Data Centre (NODC) not later than two weeks after the cruise. This provides a first level inventory of measurements and samples collected at sea.
Currently, the Cruise Summary Reports directory covers cruises from 1873 till today from more than 2.000 research vessels: a total of nearly 53.000 cruises, in all European waters and global oceans.
This also includes historic CSRs from European countries, that have been loaded from the ICES database from 1960 onwards.

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