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BODC Cruise Metadata Report for Unknown self-propelled boat cruise Earn2007


This report collates information from the BODC cruise inventory and oceanographic databases. It presents

Cruise Inventory Information

Long name Unknown self-propelled boat cruise Earn2007
Short name Earn2007
Objectives and Narrative To deploy a current meter for providing input for modelling the circulation nearby fish farms in Loch Earn.
Ship Unknown self-propelled boat
Departure Port Unknown, United Kingdom
Departure Date 2007-04-04
Arrival Port Unknown, United Kingdom
Arrival Date 2007-04-04
Principal Scientist(s) Stuart Wallace (Fisheries Research Services Aberdeen Marine Laboratory)
Responsible Organisation Fisheries and Oceans Canada Institute of Ocean Sciences
Associated Project(s)
IHB Sea Areas Visited Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland
Marsden Squares Visited 181
Work Area Description Loch Earn
Work Area Bounding Polygon 50N,10W; 60N,10W; 60N,0E; 50N,0E; 50N,10W
Southern Limit 50N
Northern Limit 60N
Western Limit 10W
Eastern Limit 0E

Cruise Inventory Datasets

No information on datasets is currently available for this cruise

Cruise Inventory Mooring/Buoy Operations

Latitude Longitude Data type Description
56° 23' N 4° 14' W Current meters 1 Sontek Argonaut (1m) measuring current and temperature. Deployed 2007-04-04, recovered 2007-06-29

Summary of BODC Data Holdings for the Cruise

National Oceanographic Database


# Series Instrument Description Parameters
1 Acoustic current meter Date and time
Horizontal velocity of the water column (currents)
Temperature of the water column

Note: Parameter terms are taken from the BODC Parameter Discovery Vocabulary XML (SKOS)

Full List

BODC Reference Instrument Description Date/Time Location  
897147 Acoustic current meter 2007-04-04 10:32Z to 2007-06-29 08:44Z 56° 23' N, 4° 14' W Click for more

Project Database

No data currently held for this cruise in the BODC Project Database


Track Charts

No track charts currently available


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