CCGS Hudson HUD08037 Leg3
Cruise summary report
|Ship name (ship code)||CCGS Hudson (18HU)|
|Cruise identifier||HUD08037 Leg3|
|Cruise period||2008-10-14 — 2008-10-21|
|Port of departure||Halifax, Canada|
|Port of return||Halifax, Canada|
1. to obtain synoptic fall observations of the hydrography and the distributions of nutrients, phytoplankton, zooplankton and bacteria along three sections on the Scotian Shelf and one in Cabot Strait, i.e. to carry out the fall Atlantic Zone Monitoring Programme (AZMP).
2. to retrieve moorings along a section (SS-B) across the slope waters of the central Scotian Shelf, to deploy moorings along the extension of the Halifax Section and to take hydrographic profiles and collect water samples at mooring stations. This part of the programme is in collaboration with members of the UK RAPID-WAVE (West Atlantic Variability Experiment) programme.
The third leg of the mission was to the eastern Scotian Shelf, the Gully and Cabot Strait. The deployment of drifters north of the Cabot Strait line was carried out in support of a project lead by Peter Smith and 'whale-listening' moorings in Shortland and Haldiman canyons were recovered in support of a project of a graduate student from Dalhouise University. In addition to the AZMP sampling along the Cabot Strait and Louisbourg Lines, 4 stations were sampled in the central Gully and Gully mouth.
|Chief scientist||Erica J Head (Bedford Institute of Oceanography)|
|Coordinating body||Bedford Institute of Oceanography; NERC|
|Cruise report||(0.56 MB)|
|General||North West Atlantic Ocean (limit 40W)|
|Specific||Eastern Scotian Shelf, the Gully and Cabot Strait|
|Track charts||(0.09 MB)|
|Data held at BODC||Get data|
|1 CTD frame plus rosette sampler|