Cruise inventory

Jeannie Stella 0794H Part 1

Cruise summary report

Cruise Info. 
Ship nameJeannie Stella
Cruise identifier0794H Part 1
Cruise period1994-04-06 — 1994-04-06
StatusCompleted
Port of departureBlairmore, United Kingdom
Port of returnGourock, United Kingdom
PurposeResearch
Objectives1. To further disturb sediment and associated fauna in a precisely defined area along the west shore of Loch Gareloch using a rock-hopper ground gear with no trawl net attached.
2. To record tow positions using a GPS navigation system.
Chief scientistMichael R Robertson (Scottish Office Agriculture Environment and Fisheries Department Aberdeen Marine Laboratory)
ProjectBGFZ
Cruise reportJeannie Stella 0794H Part 1 cruise report jeannie_stella_0794hpart1.pdf — access key 'C' (0.30 MB) 
Ocean/sea areas 
GeneralInner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland
SpecificWest shore of Loch Gareloch
Measurements 
Contamination 
Bottom depositsQuantity: number of hauls = 10
Description: 45-minute trawls, each tow using a 75 m warp with an approximate vessel speed of 2 knots
Moorings, landers, buoys 
Meteorology 
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 20" N  4° 48' 17" W — Haul 1, start position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 25" N  4° 48' 23" W — Haul 10, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 18" N  4° 49' 25" W — Haul 1, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 21" N  4° 49' 28" W — Haul 2, start position.Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 20" N  4° 48' 16" W — Haul 2, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 19" N  4° 49' 27" W — Haul 10, start position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 19" N  4° 49' 23" W — Haul 5, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 21" N  4° 49' 27" W — Haul 6, start position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 19" N  4° 48' 18" W — Haul 6, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 19" N  4° 48' 20" W — Haul 9, start position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 2' 21" N  4° 49' 27" W — Haul 9, end position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system
Routine standard measurements56° 1' 14" N  4° 49' 28" W — Haul 5, start position. Tows were recorded using the vessel's GPS navigation system