Station FS1 (Falkland-Signy Transect - Position 1 at the North)           
file fs1.9292.acc:

Use (a) or (b).

However, note that a temperature sensor failed on this deployment, thus
data for 21st July 1992 onwards are not temperature-corrected and
therefore not useable (flagged).

Also note the warnings about timings etc. at start of file - phases here
look about 3 degrees later compared to deployments 1 and 2, and there are
residual tidal signals. No instrumental drift has been removed from this
file as it seemed very small.
Scotia Sea Stanley end. Position FS14

12th January 1992 to 15th November 1992
53 31.4 S 57 01.9W Depth 2800mIDE GUAGE RECORDER
(a)         DQ 41097
(b)         DQ 41083
(c)         DQ 41079

Drift very small so not removed from pressures.

Hourly values in this file.
Raw data was originally corrupted due to tape fault
Reprocessed many times by DUS to produce the following file
Temperature has a high pre-division factor hence low resolution
3 pressure channels show good agrement
The temperature sensor fails from 21st July 1992 onwards.  The records
after this date are therefore not temperature corrected.  The
variability in the low frequency is noticeable higher so
treat this part of the record with caution
Tidal analysis shows M2 phase 3 degrees later than previous deployments
There is no indication of timing errors but a tidal residual is
evident of approx +- 5 mbar in all channels.

Stations in the Scotia Sea and Drake Passage

POL deployments in this area were first made in a section between the
Falkland Islands and Signy in the South Orkney islands. These stations
have names like 'FS1'. Recording then moved west to two deeper (4000 m)
stations on the western side of the Drake Passage ('ND1' and 'SD1'), and,
most recently, have been on a section between the Falklands and Elephant
Island along the official 'Drake Passage' hydrographic section for the
World Ocean Circulation Experiment ('ND2' and 'SD2' with the stations
including MYRTLE in between).

The nomenclature 'ND1' etc. follows that of

M.Meredith, 1995. On the temporal variability of the transport through
the Drake Passage. University of East Anglia Ph.D thesis. In other
publications, for example:

Woodworth, P.L., Vassie, J.M., Hughes, C.W. and Meredith, M.P. 1996.
A test of the ability of TOPEX/POSEIDON to monitor flows through
the Drake Passage. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101(C5), 11935-11947.

ND1 is referred to as DN92, SD1 as DS92, ND2 as DN93 and SD2 as DS93.

Most instruments were Paroscientific Digiquartz (DQ) pressure transducers
with temperature also recorded. BPR's had typically 3 sensors. Instrumental
drift has attempted to be removed from all records.