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ST 02/2007 - is a Marine National Facility voyage
Period: 2007-03-18 00:00 to 2007-03-23 00:00 UTC
Duration: 5.00 days
From: Port Lincoln To: Hobart
Region: Murray Canyons off Kangaroo Island, South Australia
Ship: Southern Surveyor [details]
To complete the vibracoring objectives of Southern Surveyor voyage SS02/2006.
Scientific Objectives of Southern Surveyor Transit 02/2007.
During voyage SS02/2006, using the sub-bottom profiler, several ancient courses of the River Murray were located along with the position of two extensive lacustrine deposits on the Lacepede Shelf. Many unsuccessful attempts were made at coring the sea floor using a gravity corer. There are two main objectives to this voyage:
- To obtain cores (vibocoring) from the ancient lake deposits on the Lacepede Shelf.
- To obtain additional information on the seafloor near the coast lines offshore Portland adjacent to the Glenelg River and offshore western Tasmania.
Leader: Professor P. De Deckker (ANU)
Project: National Facility External Users: P. De Deckker (ANU) [details]
Voyage extents: 43° 41.6' S to 34° 42.6' S 135° 52.2' E to 147° 45.5' E Get voyage track shapefile Get CSV
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|Andrew Hislop||Vibrocoring||Geoscience Australia|
|Bernadette Heaney||Computing Support||CMAR|
|Chris von der Borch||Principal Investigator, marine geologist, sedimentologist||Department of Earth and Marine Sciences, ANU|
|Craig Wintle||Vibrocoring||Geoscience Australia|
|Graham Nash||Undergraduate student||Australian National University|
|John Rogers||PhD student||Australian National University|
|Louise Soroka||Undergraduate student||Australian National University|
|Michele Spinoccia||Geophysicist, swath mapping support||Geoscience Australia|
|Nigel Craddy||Technical support||Australian National University|
|Patrick De Deckker||Chief Investigator||Australian National University|
|Peter Dunn||Voyage Manager, Electronics Support||CMAR|
|Peter Hill||Principal Investigator, geophysicist||Department of Earth and Marine Sciences, ANU|
|Sophie Bretherton||PhD student||Australian National University|
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ST200702 Voyage Plan
- includes objectives, investigator details, proposed data collection, voyage track and equipment to be used.
ST200702 Underway Data Processing Report
- details of data processing steps, calibration information, instruments used and any issues with the data.
ST200702 Scientific Highlight
- report of the key outputs
ST200702 Voyage Summary
- includes preliminary results, voyage narrative, types of data collected with C77/ROSCOP codes.
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|Deployment||Operation||Station||Cast||Gear||Project||Start and end times||Start Location||End Location||Depth||Description|
|Multibeam echosounder [details]||EM300 Multibeam Echosounder||2007-03-17 06:22||2007-03-22 19:49||-34.7170||135.8710||-42.8861||147.3388||3198|
|Underway System [details]||Air Temperature Sensor-HMP233,Barometer,Fluorometer WS3S-443P,Gyro-Generic SS-NF,Humidity Sensor-HMP233,Licor-UWQ 3708,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young 05106 wind monitor-75621,RM Young Rain Gauge,Seapath 200,Seapath 200,Simrad EA500 Echosounder,ThermoSalinoGraph (TSG)-SS-SN 1777,ThermoSalinoGraph (TSG)-SS-SN 1777||125||2007-03-17 06:03||2007-03-22 19:39||-34.7167||135.8701||-42.8948||147.3591|