Identifier: knb-lter-sbc.77.2 (in the knb Catalog System)

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Name: Time-series of lobster trap buoy counts
Description: Time-series of counted trap marker buoys in spatially-discrete subsections inshore of the 15-m isobath
Number of Records: 5798
Number of Columns: 10
Table Structure:
Object Name: Lobster_Trap_Counts_All_Years_20171219.csv
Size: 361460 byte
Authentication: 398ac00c219ed1bd30aa49a4c779ec41 Caculated By MD5
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Number of Header Lines: 1
Record Delimiter: \r\n
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Table Column Descriptions
  Year Month Date Fishing Season Site Swath start Swath end Number of traps Observer code Notes
Column Name YEAR  
MONTH  
DATE  
FISHING_SEASON  
SITE  
SWATH_START  
SWATH_END  
TRAPS  
OBSERVER  
NOTES  
Definition Calendar year Calendar month Date of survey. MM/DD/YYYY Year-range for the period when spiny lobster are legally fished in California, 6-months (October to March) Code for site sampled Longitude (ddd mm.fff) of the starting edge of survey swath (usually west) Longitude (ddd mm.fff) of the ending edge of survey swath (usually east) Number of lobster trap surface floats present in the 76 meter swath extending from shore to the 15 m isobath (approx. 1km) Numeric code indicating the SBCLTER data collector Field observations associated with data collection
Storage Type integer  
integer  
date  
string  
string  
string  
string  
integer  
string  
string  
Measurement Type dateTime dateTime dateTime nominal nominal nominal nominal ratio nominal nominal
Measurement Values Domain
Format YYYY
Precision
Format MM
Precision
Format MM/DD/YYYY
Precision
Definition any text
Allowed values and definitions
Definition any text
Definition any text
Unit number
Precision 1
Type integer
Definition any text
Definition any text
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