DML Line Z
Line Z is a survey section in the North Channel between Northern Ireland and Stranraer (Scotland). The line comprises six fixed CTD stations, which were established as part of routine monitoring work on the Scottish continental shelf by Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory (DML). The line was occupied in the 1980s and 1990s.
Nominal station details:
DML Line Z: Copeland Islands (Northern Ireland) - Portpatrick (Stranraer, Scotland)
|Station||Nominal latitude||Nominal longitude||Approx.
|1Z||54 40.0' N||05 30.0' W||32||Copeland Islands|
|2Z||54 41.6' N||05 25.0' W||100|
|3Z||54 43.2' N||05 20.0' W||160|
|4Z||54 44.8' N||05 15.0' W||270|
|5Z||54 46.4' N||05 10.0' W||130|
|6Z||54 48.0' N||05 05.0' W||22||Money Head (near Portpatrick)|