DML Line K
Line K is a survey section in The Minch, Scotland, crossing between Loch Seaforth (Isle of Lewis) and Loch Gairloch (Scottish mainland) via Trodday on the northern tip of the Isle of Skye. 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). Line K was occupied between the late 1970s and the early 1990s.
Nominal station details
DML Line K: The Minch, Scotland (south of Isle of Lewis - Isle of Skye - west coast mainland)
|Station||Nominal latitude||Nominal longitude||Approx.
|1K||57° 53.0' N||06° 35.5' W||125||Loch Seaforth (Isle of Lewis)|
|2K||57° 51.0' N||06° 30.0' W||105|
|3K||57° 49.0' N||06° 24.5' W||75|
|4K||57° 47.0' N||06° 19.0' W||55|
|5K||57° 45.0' N||06° 13.5' W||52||Off Trodday (Isle of Skye)|
|6K||57° 43.0' N||06° 08.0' W||120|
|7K||57° 43.0' N||06° 01.3' W||100|
|8K||57° 43.0' N||05° 54.6' W||120|
|9K||57° 43.0' N||05° 47.9' W||55||Loch Gairloch (mainland Scotland)|