Cruise inventory

RRS Challenger CH94

Cruise summary report

Cruise Info. 
Ship name (ship code)RRS Challenger (74CH)
Cruise identifierCH94
Cruise period1992-07-29 — 1992-08-20
StatusCompleted
Port of departureGreenock, United Kingdom
Port of returnBarry, United Kingdom
PurposeResearch
ObjectivesStudy of demersal fish
Chief scientistImants G Priede (University of Aberdeen, Oceanlab)
Ocean/sea areas 
GeneralNorth East Atlantic Ocean (limit 40W)
SpecificNE Atlantic,Porcupine Sea Bight
Track chartsRRS Challenger CH94 cruise track — trk3747.html
Measurements 
Biology and fisheries 
ZoobenthosQuantity: number of stations = 12
Description: BN 1.5/C photo sledge, photo transects
Demersal fishQuantity: number of hauls = 20
Description: hauls - OTSB, towed on the bottom
Moorings, landers, buoys 
Biology and fisheries 
Demersal fish50° 32' 59" N  14° 22' 59" W — AVDOS 1650m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 34' 0" N  11° 54' 0" W — Fish trap 1005m, and 755m (at 49 30N, 11 35W), deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 46' 59" N  13° 35' 59" W — AVDOS 2897m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 34' 59" N  13° 41' 59" W — AVDOS 3500m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 28' 59" N  13° 40' 59" W — AVDOS 3988m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 51' 0" N  13° 1' 59" W — AVDOS 2501m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 34' 59" N  11° 35' 59" W — AVDOS 755m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish50° 12' 0" N  14° 40' 59" W — Fish trap 3976m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 42' 0" N  13° 20' 59" W — Fish trap 2000m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 45' 0" N  13° 40' 0" W — Fish trap 3046m, and 2438m (at 49 45N, 13 40W), deployed and recovered
Demersal fish50° 34' 59" N  14° 22' 0" W — AVDOS 1517m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish50° 10' 59" N  14° 46' 59" W — AVDOS 4050m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 40' 0" N  11° 46' 59" W — AVDOS 1000m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish50° 32' 59" N  14° 24' 0" W — Fish trap 1690m, deployed and recovered
Demersal fish49° 40' 0" N  13° 22' 0" W — AVDOS 2020m, deployed and recovered