Jeannie Stella 0794H Part 8
Cruise summary report
|Ship name||Jeannie Stella|
|Cruise identifier||0794H Part 8|
|Cruise period||1994-11-09 — 1994-11-09|
|Port of departure||Clynder, United Kingdom|
|Port of return||Clynder, United Kingdom|
|Objectives||To further disturb the 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.
To measure spread of gear with SCANMAR units.
|Chief scientist||Ian D Tuck (Scottish Office Agriculture Environment and Fisheries Department Aberdeen Marine Laboratory)|
|Cruise report||(0.03 MB)|
|General||Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland|
|Specific||West shore of Loch Gareloch|
|Bottom deposits||Quantity: number of hauls = 10|
Description: 45-minute trawls, each tow using a 75 fm warp at an approximate vessel speed of 2 knots. All tow tracks were recorded to allow easy location of the work area in the future. The gear spread was successfully measured using SCANMAR units.