128 returned results for 'research survey'

  • Update from Scotia research survey 1815S: December in the Faroe-Shetland Channel

    Greetings from Scotia from the Faroe-Shetland Channel! A group of experienced scientists and engineers came on-board Scotia on Thursday December 10th to sail into the northern North Sea and on into the Faroe-Shetland Channel. More than a week into our 12-day trip, we can clearly say that we have had exceptional weather for December with…

    21st December 2015

  • Smolt Trawl Survey with the Sunbeam

    MFV Sunbeam FR487 Survey: 1419H Programme Duration: 10-19 May 2019 Scientific Gear: Smolt trawl, Thyboron type 15vf pelagic trawl doors (6m2), Dyneema sweep rig and Fenders (300mm diameter with 215kg buoyancy) attached four per side of the trawl. Video frame/box incorporating pit tag detector. Self-contained underwater camera systems. New Åkrehamn Trålbøteri fish-lift aquarium system incorporating…

    16th May 2019

  • Engaging the Fishing Industry in Marine Environmental Survey and Monitoring – Part 2

    Marine Scotland has been leading this EMFF-funded project which is aimed at involving fishing vessels in MPA monitoring. This is a joint project between Marine Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The project is managed by Seascope Fisheries Research Ltd, with Charlotte Johnston of Crangon Ltd providing monitoring survey expertise. This is the second in a…

    30th April 2019

  • Engaging the Fishing Industry in Marine Environmental Survey and Monitoring

    Marine Scotland has been involved with this EMFF-funded project which is aimed at involving fishing vessels in MPA monitoring. This is a joint project between Marine Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The project is managed by Seascope Fisheries Research Ltd, with Charlotte Johnston of Crangon Ltd providing monitoring survey expertise. This is the first in…

    24th January 2019

  • Researching Blue Carbon – meet Alasdair O’Dell

    A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government. The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

    23rd November 2018

  • Researching Blue Carbon – meet Hannah Lee

    A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government.  The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

    16th November 2018

  • Researching Blue Carbon – meet Allan Audsley

    A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government.  The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

    9th November 2018

  • Researching Blue Carbon – meet Corallie Hunt

    A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government.  The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

    2nd November 2018

  • Oil and Gas Pipeline Survey

    Survey: MRV Scotia 1518S Duration: 18 –  24 October 2018   Equipment: Day grabs; TV drop frame with lasers; armoured cable; SVP; swathe multibeam echosounder system; EK 60; CTD; VMADCP and time lapse cameras.   Objectives: To assess the hydrographic influences on the aggregation of fish around surface laid oil and gas pipelines. To assess the…

    23rd October 2018

  • Amazing Footage at Half-landing for Survey 1218S

    It’s Monday the 3rd of September and since the last blog post the team here have been squirreling away, successfully collecting video data from all of the planned stations at Rosemary Bank Seamount and are starting to collect still photos and video from Wyville Thomson Ridge. The weather has delayed us a little on this…

    7th September 2018