2 edition of Cruise report, R/V CHAIN 107 found in the catalog.
Cruise report, R/V CHAIN 107
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Gifford.|
|Series||WHOI -- 73-4., WHOI (Series) -- 73-04.|
Cruise SO started on May 3rd, with the embarkation of the scientific crew and the unloading of our containers in the port of Manzanillo, which is situated on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The new research vessel SONNE set sail on Monday afternoon, May 4th; the departure being delayed by half a day due to the late pickup of frozen samples from the previous cruise. R/V Thompson EM SAT -- Cruise Report. Authors. Jonathan Beaudoin, University of New Hampshire, Durham Follow Val E. Schmidt, University of New Hampshire, Durham Follow. Department. Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping. Publication Date. Pages. Conference Date. Oct 15 - Publisher : Jonathan Beaudoin, Val E. Schmidt. Poseidon (Messina-Genoa) Cruise report 6 3. Cruise Narrative R/V Poseidon left the port of Messina (Sicily) in the morning of May, 9th, Scientific crew members mostly arrived already in the morning. As the loading of our containers has been kindly already completed by the crew the day before, we could immediately start with theFile Size: 7MB. Sea of Cortez Ocean Bottom Array Cruise Report: SCOOBA I -- Deployment R/V New Horizon, October 12 – Octo JIM GAHERTY, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University JOHN COLLINS, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution CECILIO REBOLLAR, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica y de Eduacion Superior de Ensenada (CICESE).
Cruise Report POS ! 2 Scope of the cruise Seamounts are commonly considered as biological "hotspots", because they often harbour enhanced biomass, biodiversity and a high number of endemic species. However, recently it has become evident that this statement should not be generalised. Several seamounts are located in the Cape Verde region.
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R/V Chain cruise no. 96, summary cruise report: 8 Sept. - 17 Dec. [Luyendyk, Bruce P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Bruce P Luyendyk. Cruise Report R/V MARCUS G. LANGSETH U.S. Law of the Sea Cruise to Map the Foot of the Slope of the Northeast U.S.
Atlantic Continental Margin: Leg 8 Cruise MGL July 30 – Aug New York, NY to Woods Hole, MA Brian R. Calder Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping and NOAA-UNH Joint Hydrographic Center University of New HampshireFile Size: 3MB.
EN Cruise Report 1 R/V Endeavor Cruise # ‘Georges Bank Krill’ Cruise Report. October 28 – November 6 Report prepared by Gareth Lawson, Peter Wiebe, Cynthia Sellers, Philip Alatalo, Wu-Jung Lee, Nicholas Woods, Kaylyn Becker, Reny Tyson, Kelly Kleister, Nancy Copley, and Timothy White.
AREX cruise of the R.V Oceania was performed in period of June 08 – July CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) profiles along 12 sections were done (Fig 1, Tab.1). Sections were situated perpendicular to the supposed direction of the Atlantic Water flow.
Some transects were repeated two or. Cruise Report - R/V Endeavor (Oct). Test of ARL-Penn State/APL-UW Towed CTD Chain Article PDF Available. Cruise No AL (06AK/09/01) Leibniz Institut für Ostseeforschung r/v 'ALKOR' Warnemünde During the first cruise carried out in Septemberan inert tracer (SF5CF3) was injected into an isosurface of potential density kg m-3 close to station b This density surface was found to be located in the depth range between m and m.
CRUISE REPORT FOR MMS CRUIS CAME 1-P 3 R/V Rober Gordot Sproun l 4 May - 1 June / INTRODUCTION Cruise CAM 1-P 3 was the thir and finad cruisl schedulee fod year r one of the MMS California Phas I MonitorineI Prograg (MM ContracmS No )t. REPORT FOR THE FINDING CORAL EXPEDITION CRUISE PAGE 1 Putting the Assumptions To the Test R/V Cape Flattery June 8th –23rd, Living Oceans Society PO Box Sointula, BC V0N 3E0 Canada February Cruise Report W Scientific Activities Undertaken Aboard R/V Westward St.
rhomas - Key West Novem - January 9, (R. lDng). Cruise No ALB (06AK) Leibniz Institut für Ostseeforschung r/v 'ALKOR' Warnemünde Scientific equipment: CTD water samplers plankton net General remarks and preliminary results The cruise AL was a joint cruise between the German contribution to the COMBINE program of HELCOM and the long term data series of IOW.
CRUISE OVERVIEW (R. Embley) General Overview This report details the results of the operations that occurred during the NeMO98 cruise on the NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown from August 25th to September 20th, The team of 33 chemists, biologists, geologists, and engineers used the scientific remotely.
Summary of Cruise: Leg 2 of EW (FOCI Cruise Number 1EW02) departed Kodiak Alaska on the morning of Sunday, May 26 aboard the Cruise report Maurice Ewing. The purpose of this leg of the cruise was to make a CTD/ Bongo/CalVET survey in the coastal Gulf of Alaska in support of Sea Lion Research and base programs.
Cruise No AL (06AK) Leibniz Institut für Ostseeforschung r/v 'ALKOR' Warnemünde Scientific equipment: CTD water samplers plankton net General remarks and preliminary results The cruise AL was a joint cruise between the German contribution to the COMBINE program of HELCOM and the long term data series of IOW.
R/V OCEANUS steamed under heavy conditions south of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard into Vineyard Sound arriving in Woods Hole at about EST on Friday, 17 January Both the main and 01 decks were covered with cm of slush and.
This report is the result of the laboratory portion of Introduction to Marine Science (NS at Boston University) which took place on cruise W of the R/V Westward (figure 1).
The noon and midnight posi tions that corresponded to compass point extremes of the cruise are given in Table 1 along with the ship's itinerary. Cruise report: R/V Oceanus cruise no. Woods Hole to Woods Hole April 26 – May 4, Station W: Continuing the measurement program Background R/V Oceanus cruise number contributed to a sustained research program funded by the U.S.
National Science Foundation that is investigating the characteristics and. R/V Clifford A. Barnes. Voyage CMOP cruise August NSF founded cruise.
Report written by Lydie Herfort (OHSU) This cruise report should be read together with an excel file made by the Jim Postel named ‘Jim Postel notes’ 1) Participants.
on the ship: Week 1: 16 Aug – 23 Aug. Ray McQuin (Captain) Dave Yurina (first mate). Cruise report from R/V Aranda w ( MB, pdf) Summary The temperature in the surface water was normal for the season and varied between 16 and 18 °C.
CRUISE REPORT Cruise Number: TN –Leg 1 FOCI Number: 1TT05 Ship: R/V Thomas G. Thompson Area of Operations: Gulf of Alaska Seattle, WA – AP Seward, AK – May 8, Participating Organizations and Principal Investigators: Dr. Phyllis Stabeno NOAA – Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) Sand Point Way N.E.
The objective of cruise PS on the R/V Point Sur was to recover ocean bottom seismometers deployed in May from the R/V Melville. The scientific background for the project has been given in the cruise report for the OBS deployment cruise on the R/V.
Cruise report from R/V Argos w (15 kB, pdf) Plots from R/V Argos w Summary Nutrient concentrations were normal for the season in most areas with the exception of high values of phosphate and silicate in the eastern Baltic. Start/Cruise reports from the marine monitoring/Cruise report from R/V Aranda weekPublished: Last updated: 1 is the current page of results Go to result page 2 Go to result page 3 Go to result page 4 Go to result page 5.
CRUISE REPORT R/V Marcus G. Langseth Crustal Accretion and Mantle Processes Along the Subduction-Influenced Eastern Lau Spreading Center Project: L-SCAN (Lau Spreading Center Active-source Investigation) Chief Scientist: Robert A.
Dunn. 2 Table of Contents. Page 1 MV Preliminary Cruise Report Cruise Report MV R/V Melville Collaborative, RUI: Plume-Ridge Interaction in the Northern Galapagos: Understanding mantle-lithosphere dynamics through geochemistry, geophysical mapping, and gravity modeling May 17 to J Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica: Start Port.
R/V Revelle, Captain David Murline d. Ports of Call Pusan, Korea e. Cruise dates 24 June - 17 July A Cruise summary a. Cruise track (Fig. A.1) List of events, from ship's officers, with all station (CTD, optical, net tow) and VPR towing times.
CTD station locations and times in WOCE Hydrographic Programme format. grid sampling period. Cruise activities were recorded in a sequential “Event” log (Table 1) from which summary tables discussed below were derived. The cruise was diverted to Neah Bay on two occasions (September 13 and 20) in order to exchange personnel and re-supply clean water.
A malfunctioning clean. This volume includes the preliminary report of the MRK04 leg.3 cruise carried out by R/V MIRAI in the Chilean marginal area and Magellan Strait in The leg.3 cruise is a part of the program BEAGLE (Blue Earth Global Ocean Experiment), which is a whole round cruise of the Southern hemisphere and developed by JAMESTEC / POGO-IOCCG.
CRUISE REPORT. Spring SEAMAP Plankton Survey. Cruise R/V Point Sur. Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Fisheries Research Laboratory.
Ludwig Annex. Grand Isle, LA Chief Scientist. Courtney Lynn Zambory. 1 CRUISE REPORT (C.M. Young, January 8, ) University of Oregon North Carolina State University Duke University Ship: R/V Pelican Cruise Dates: NovemberScientific Party: Dr. Craig Young, Chief Scientist, University of Oregon. Cruise Report California Current Ecosystem LTER Program CCE-P, Process Cruise #1 R/V KNORR, 8 May - 7 June Compiled and submitted by: Michael R.
Landry, Chief Scientist Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ. California, San Diego Cruise ID: CCE-P, aka KN Depart: 8 May at (PST) Return: 7 June at Cruise Report Costa Rica Dome, FLUx and Zinc Experiments (CRD FLUZiE) R/V MELVILLE, 22 June - 25 July Compiled and submitted by: Michael R.
Landry, Chief Scientist Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ. California, San Diego Cruise ID: MV Depart: 22 JunePuerto Caldera, Costa Rica.
The cruise was redesigned in to adopt a randomized sampling strategy in place of the 26 base stations sampled in previous years. The randomized design includes seven historical fixed sites and forty random sites. CRUISE REPORT Objectives All sampling was conducted from the R/V Lakota operated by Dixon Marine Services (DMS).
CRUISE REPORT. MARINE-GEOLOGICAL CRUISE TO WEST SPITSBERGEN FJORDS. R/V ”Jan Mayen” in front of Chomjakovbreen, Hornsund, Spitsbergen, August 7th ; Foto: M. Forwick on R/V Jan Mayen, July 2nd – July 8th by. Matthias Forwick. DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF TROMSØ, N TROMSØ, NORWAY.
Cruise report R/V VĖJŪNAS Cruise No. 4KM/ 5KM/ Date Environmental Protection Agency Marine Research Department Taikos ave LT, Klaipėda Phone: + 46 Fax: + 46 E-mail: [email protected] Environmental Protection Agency.
In the R/V Kaiyo KY cruise, we carry out the visual survey of the cable route by using deep-sea survey system Deep-Tow and the installing the benchmark that is a platform of the observatory. References Matsumoto, H. and Mikada, H.
(), “Fault Geometry of the Off the Kii Peninsula Earthquake. ECOHAB PNW 4 CRUISE REPORT R/V Atlantis AT July 7- J B.
Hickey, W. Cochlan, E. Lessard, V. Trainer, C. Trick, and A. MacFadyen Area of Operations Coastal Waters off Washington State and Vancouver Island Itinerary Depart Seattle, WA, July 7, Arrive Seattle, WA, J Participating OrganizationsFile Size: 2MB. R/V OCEANUS Cruise OC Cruise Report We gratefully acknowledge the professional and courteous assistance provided by Captain Lawrence Bearse and crew of the RV OCEANUS.
Special thanks to Dave Nelson for the successful operation and maintenance of the Scanfish and to Jay Ardai for overseeing the dye injection and detection systems, both of.
R/V NATSUSHIMA CRUISE REPORT NT SOUTHERN MARIANA ARC, JUNE 9 TO J Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science. CRUISE REPORT R/v ROBERT D. CONRAD Cruise Octo — Novem Dennis E.
Hayes, Chief Scientist RC26—12 was the first of a planned three—leg integrated geophysical survey of the northern continental margin and of the deep southwest sub— basin of the South China Sea. The proj ect was conducted in cooperation.
- GEOVIDE Cruise report - 5/ I. Cruise participants The international GEOVIDE cruise brought on board R/V Pourquoi Pas. 40 scientists with 9 different citizenships. 16 laboratories from 7 countries were involved in the cruise. Within the framework of the GEOVIDE project, 18 laboratories from 9 different countries are involved.
Nom Prénom. Cruise report R/V VĖJŪNAS Cruise No. 6KM/ 7KM/ 8KM/ Date Environmental Protection Agency Marine Research Department Taikos ave LT, Klaipėda Phone: + 46 Fax: + 46 E-mail: [email protected] Environmental Protection Agency.Cruise Report COPAS’08 R/V Revelle Cruise Number Knox22RR William M.
Balch (chief scientist) Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences POB W. Boothbay Harbor, ME Science Party (arranged alphabetically): Dr.
John Allen, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, U.K. Nicole Benoit, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., Woods Hole, MA.Short Cruise Report R/V METEOR M Recife - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 17th March - 16th April Chief Scientist: Dr.
Andreas Klügel Captain: Rainer Hammacher Bathymetric map with ship track (red lines) of R/V METEOR cruise M The first three working stations were.