1. To tag Nephrops in the Clyde and Sound of Jura in order to study growth rates.
2. To measure abundance of Nephrops using mark-recapture methods.
3. To determine survival of tagged Nephrops in cages.
4. To recover cages of Nephrops left over from the previous cruise.
Colin J Chapman (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland Aberdeen Marine Laboratory)
Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland
N.W. Coast Scotland
Biology and fisheries
Description: Nephrop abundance measured using mark-recapture methods.
Quantity: number of stations = 2 Description: survival rates of nephrops in cages.
Quantity: number of specimens = 1897 Description: nephrops tagged with streamer tags.