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RV Clione CLI5/77
Cruise summary report
|Ship name (ship code)||RV Clione (74CN)|
|Cruise period||1977-04-14 — 1977-04-27|
|Port of departure||Lowestoft, United Kingdom|
|Port of return||Lowestoft, United Kingdom|
|Objectives||1a. To collect sediment samples from the Barrow Deep dumping ground for benthic, physical, chemical and microbiological analysis.
1b. To collect benthos and fish from the Earrow Deep for chemical analysis.
2a. To collect sediment samples by Shipek grabbing off the Humber/Mablethorpe area for benthic, physical and chemical analysis.
2b. To collect benthos and fish from the Humber and Mablethorpe areas for
2c. To conduct a 26hr hydrographic station in the vicinity of the Humber Dumping Ground.
3a. To delimit the areas of fly-ash and colliery waste disposal by sector scanning.
3b. To collect benthos and fish from off the Northeast coast for chemical analysis.
4. To conduct a sedimentological/topographical survey in the Tees Bay area using the sector scanner.
5. To conduct a short E.coli/coliform survey off the Tyne.
|Chief scientist||Peter A Ayers (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Burnham Laboratory)|
|Cruise report||(0.22 MB)|
Irish Sea and St. George's Channel
|Current meters||Quantity: number of deployments = 1|
|Suspended matter||Quantity: number of samples = 175|
|Trace metals||Quantity: number of samples = 187|
|Bottom deposits||Quantity: number of samples = 175|
|Contaminants in organisms||Quantity: number of samples = 12|
|Other contaminant measurements||Quantity: number of samples = 131|
Description: waste water:microbiology
|Biology and fisheries|
|Pelagic bacteria/micro-organisms||Quantity: number of samples = 131|
Description: survey:monitoring,population,pathology studies
|Geology and geophysics|
|Grab||Quantity: number of samples = 189|
Description: physical/chemical analysis of sediments