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Most recent data for this station is more than one week old, for more details:
|Variable (ID name)||N Recorded||N After QA||N Possible
|% Possible||% After QA|
The preceding table was generated by computing the number of possible samples per year across all instrument deployments at a given station and depth.
|QL1:||is within current parameters for evaluating data as good (sensor specific)|
|QL2:||is possibly within current parameters for evaluating data as good or is outside by a moderate degree|
|QL3:||data quality issues/concerns or data corrected; see QA/QC information to determine if data are suitable|
|QL4:||data have significant quality issues/concerns and should be used with caution|
|QL5:||bad data; outliers|
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