DML Line M
Line M is a survey section heading north west across the Hebridean Shelf from the Isle of Lewis (Scotland). The line comprises nine 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 during the 1990s.
Nominal station details
DML Line M: North Lewis (Scotland) - Hebridean Shelf edge (Scotland)
|Station||Nominal latitude||Nominal longitude||Approx.
|1M||58° 28.5' N||06° 23.5' W||25||South west of Butt of Lewis|
|2M||58° 33.5' N||06° 34.0' W||80|
|3M||58° 38.5' N||06° 44.5' W||105|
|4M||58° 43.5' N||06° 55.0' W||115|
|5M||58° 48.5' N||07° 05.5' W||120|
|6M||58° 53.5' N||07° 16.0' W||110|
|7M||58° 58.5' N||07° 26.5' W||200|
|8M||59° 00.0' N||07° 32.0' W||500|
|9M||59° 02.5' N||07° 41.0' W||1000|