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FINAL Cruise Instructions

FOCI

NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN, Cruise MF-02-11

September 25 – October 9, 2002

Chief Scientist Leg 1 – William J. Floering, R/PMEL

Chief Scientist Leg 2 – Nancy B. Kachel, R/PMEL

 

1.0       FINAL CRUISE INSTRUCTIONS

 

1.1       Cruise Title – Fisheries-Oceanography Coordinated Investigations (FOCI).

 

1.2       Cruise Number

 

1.2.1        Cruise Number­ MF-02-11

 

1.2.2        FOCI Number5MF02

 

1.3       Cruise Dates:

                                           

1.3.1        Departure Depart Kodiak, Alaska, at 0900 on Wednesday, September 25, 2002.

 

1.3.2        Touch-and-Go – Seward, Alaska, on or about October 1, 2002; however, in all likelihood, this date may actually be later.

 

1.3.3        Arrival – Arrive Kodiak, Alaska, at 0900 on Wednesday, October 9, 2002.

 

2.0       CRUISE OVERVIEW

 

2.1       Cruise ObjectivesThe primary objective of Cruise MF-02-11 is the recovery and deployment of moorings near Chiniak Bay, Barnabus Canyon, Gore Point, and the Global Ocean Ecosystems Dynamics (GLOBEC) Line running south of Seward, Alaska. 

 

Upon completion of the mooring operations and Multiple Opening/Closing Net and Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS) tows around Station 02GB-3, there will be a Touch-and-Go in Seward, Alaska, for the purpose of disembarking all mooring personnel and embarking two to three PMEL scientists to complete Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) profiler casts.  To save time this personnel change may be accomplished using small boat operations.

 

After the transfer of personnel, CTD profile stations will be occupied as we work our way back from Seward, Alaska, to Kodiak, Alaska.  The remainder of the cruise will then consist of CTD profiles with water bottles for nutrient sampling.  CTD operations will consist of an intensive grid of stations along Kenai Peninsula, the Gore Point Line, and lines of stations over Portlock Bank and Stevenson Trough, south of Portlock Bank.  If time allows, Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment and Prediction Program (MARMAP) Bongo tows will be completed at select mooring locations.

 

2.2       Applicability - These instructions, with FOCI Standard Operating Instructions for NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN, dated April 8, 2002, present complete information for this cruise.

 

2.3       Operating Area Gulf of Alaska, and Barnabus Canyon to south of Seward, Alaska.

 

2.4       Participating Organizations

 

NOAA – Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL)

7600 Sand Point Way N.E.

Seattle, Washington 98115-6439

 

NOAA – Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC)

7600 Sand Point Way N.E.

Seattle, Washington 98115-0070

 

2.5       Personnel

 

2.5.1        Chief Scientist

 

2.5.1.1  Leg 1

 

Name

Gender

Affiliation

E-mail Address

William Floering

Male

PMEL/AFSC

William.Floering@noaa.gov

(206) 526-6480

 

 

 

 

2.5.1.2  Leg 2

 

Name

Gender

Affiliation

E-mail Address

Nancy Kachel

Female

PMEL

Nancy.Kachel@noaa.gov

(206) 526-6780

 

 

 

 

2.5.2        Participating Scientists

 

2.5.2.1  Leg 1

 

Name

Gender

Affiliation

E-mail Address

William Floering

Male

PMEL/AFSC

William.Floering@noaa.gov

Carol DeWitt

Female

PMEL

Carol.Dewitt@noaa.gov

Earl Roskie

Male

PMEL

Earl.Roskie@noaa.gov

Dave Wisegarver

Male

PMEL

David.Wisegarver@noaa.gov

Steve Smith

Male

PMEL

Stephen.A.Smith@noaa.gov

Jeff Napp

Male

AFSC

Jeff.Napp@noaa.gov

TBN

 

AFSC

 

TBN

 

BAE Systems

 

Dave Kachel

Male

PMEL

Dave.Kachel@noaa.gov

TBN

 

 

 

 

2.5.2.2  Leg 2

 

Name

Gender

Affiliation

E-mail Address

Nancy Kachel

Female

PMEL

Nancy.Kachel@noaa.gov

Dave Wisegarver

Male

PMEL

David.Wisegarver@noaa.gov

Dave Kachel

Male

PMEL

Dave.Kachel@noaa.gov

Tony Jenkins

Male

PMEL

Antonio.Jenkins@noaa.gov

 

2.6       Administration

 

2.6.1        Ship Operations

 

Marine Operations Center, Pacific

1801 Fairview Avenue East, Seattle, Washington 98102-3767

Telephone: (206) 553-4548

Facsimile: (206) 553-1109

 

Lieutenant Commander Michele G. Bullock, NOAA

Chief, Operations Division (MOP1)

Telephone: (206) 553-8705

Cellular: (206) 390-7527

E-mail: Michele.Bullock@noaa.gov

 

Larry Mordock

Deputy Chief, Operations Division (MOP1x1)

Telephone - Work: (206) 553-4764

Home: (206) 365-3567

Cellular: (206) 465-9316

E-mail: Larry.Mordock@noaa.gov

 

2.6.2        Scientific Operations

 

Dr. Phyllis J. Stabeno, PMEL                       Dr. Jeffrey Napp, AFSC

Telephone: (206) 526-6453                           Telephone: (206) 526-4148

E-mail: Phyllis.Stabeno@noaa.gov                E-mail: Jeff.Napp@noaa.gov

 

3.0       OPERATIONS

 

3.1       Data To Be Collected

 

3.1.1        Scientific Computer System (SCS) - The ship's SCS shall operate throughout the cruise, acquiring and logging data from navigation, meteorological, oceanographic, and fisheries sensors.  See FOCI Standard Operating Instructions for NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN (SOI 5.2) for specific requirements.

 

3.2       Staging Plan – Equipment will be shipped to Kodiak, Alaska, and loaded aboard the ship Tuesday, September 24, 2002.  Equipment will include two (2) 5,000-pound and sixteen (16) 1,800-pound anchors and miscellaneous mooring hardware and accessories.  The MOCNESS and sample preservation equipment will remain on board from the previous cruise MF-02-10.   See Appendices, Section 9.1 Equipment Inventory.

 

3.3       De-staging Plan – Upon completion of this cruise, FOCI requests that equipment remain on board during the transit to Seattle, Washington, and offloaded after arrival.

 

3.4       Cruise Plan – Attached is an orderly listing of the mooring sites we intend to occupy.  A standard mooring site operation will include a CTD cast prior to a mooring recovery and a CTD cast following a mooring deployment.  During operations around Station 02GB-3, two daytime and two nighttime MOCNESS tows will be accomplished.  We will utilize the stern mooring deployment platform as well as the port deck crane for over the side mooring operations.

 

Upon completion of the mooring operations there will be a touch-and-go in Seward, Alaska, for the purpose of disembarking all mooring personnel and embarking two to three PMEL scientists to complete CTD profiler casts.  To save time this personnel change can probably be accomplished using small boat operations.

 

The locations of the CTD stations will be prioritized based upon the time remaining after the mooring operations are complete.  The remainder of the cruise will then consist of CTD profiles with water bottles for nutrient sampling.  CTD operations will consist of an intensive grid of stations along Kenai Peninsula, the Gore Point Line, and lines of stations over Portlock Bank and Stevenson Trough, south of Portlock Bank.  If time allows, Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment and Prediction Program (MARMAP) Bongo tows will be completed at select mooring locations.  The cruise will end in Kodiak, Alaska, on Wednesday, October 9, 2002.

      

3.5       Station Locations – See Appendices, Sections 9.2 Station Locations – Leg I and 9.3 Station Locations – Leg II.

 

3.6       Station Operations – The following are operations to be conducted on this cruise.  The procedures for these operations are listed in the FOCI Standard Operating Instructions for NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN (SOI).  Operations not addressed in the SOI and changes to standard procedures are addressed below.

 

·         CTD/Water Sample Operations (SOI 3.2.1),

·         MARMAP Bongo Tows (SOI.3.2.2),

·         MOCNESS Tows (SOI 3.2.5), and

·         Chlorophyll Sampling Operations (SOI 3.2.10)

 

3.7       Underway Operations – The following are underway operations to be conducted on this cruise.  The procedures for these operations are listed in the FOCI Standard Operating Instructions for NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN (SOI).  Operations not addressed in the SOI and changes to standard procedures are addressed below.

 

·         Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) Operations (SOI 3.2.13),

·         Radiometer Operations (SOI 3.2.14),

·         Scientific Computer System (SCS) data acquisition (SOI 5.2),

·         Fluorometer monitoring (SOI 5.3), and

·         Thermosalinograph monitoring (SOI 5.3).

 

3.8       Applicable Restrictions – None

 

3.9       Small Boat Operations – The rescue boat will be deployed to recover all surface moorings.

 

4.0       FACILITIES

 

4.1       Equipment and Capabilities Provided by Ship

 

·         Oceanographic winch with slip rings and 3-conductor cable terminated for CTD,

·         Manual wire-angle indicator,

·         Oceanographic winch with slip rings and 3-conductor cable terminated for the SBE SEACAT, for net tow operations,

·         Sea-Bird Electronics’ SBE 911plus CTD system with stand, each CTD system should include underwater CTD, weights, and pinger.  There should be one primary deck unit and a backup available.

·         10-liter Niskin sampling bottles for use with rosette (10 plus 4 spares),

·         AUTOSAL salinometer, for CTD field corrections,

·         Sea-Bird Electronics’ SBE-19 SEACAT system,

·         Wire speed indicators and readout for quarterdeck, Rowe, and Marco winches,

·         For meteorological observations: 2 anemometers (one R. M. Young system interfaced to the SCS), calibrated air thermometer (wet-and dry-bulb) and a calibrated barometer and/or barograph,

·         Freezer space for storage of biological and chemical samples (blast and storage freezers, indicate desired temperatures),

·         SIMRAD EQ-50 Echosounder,

·         JRC JFV-200R color sounder recorder,

·         RD Instruments’ ADCP written to Iomega Zip drive,

·         Bench space in DataPlot for PCs, monitor, and printer to fly MOCNESS,

·         Use of Pentium PC in DataPlot for data analysis,

·         Scientific Computer System (SCS),

·        Aft Rowe winch with single conductor cable and slip rings for MOCNESS,

·         Electrical connection between Rowe winch and DataPlot,

·         Removable stern platform, in place,

·         Laboratory space with exhaust hood, sink, lab tables and storage space,

·         Sea-water hoses and nozzles to wash nets (quarterdeck and aft deck),

·         Adequate deck lighting for night-time operations,

·         Navigational equipment including GPS and radar,

·         Safety harnesses for working on quarterdeck and fantail, and

·         Ship’s crane(s) used for loading and deploying.

 

4.2       Equipment and Capabilities Provided by Scientists

 

·         Sea-Bird Electronics’ SBE 911plus CTD system to be used with PMEL stand (primary system)

·         Sea-Bird Electronics’ SBE-19 SEACAT system (primary system),

·         PMEL PC with SEASOFT software for CTD data collection and processing,

·         Fluorometer and light meter to be mounted on CTD,

·         CTD stand modified for attachment of fluorometer,

·         Conductivity and temperature sensor package to provide dual sensors on the primary CTD,

·         CTD rosette sampler,

·         IAPSO standard water,

·        MOCNESS,

·        60-cm Bongo sampling array,

·        20-cm Bongo sampling array,

·        Spare wire angle indicator,

·         Scanmar,

·         Surface moorings (FOCI biophysical platforms),

·         Miscellaneous scientific sampling and processing equipment,

·         Scientific ultra-cold freezer, and

·         Cruise Operations Database (COD).

 

5.0       DISPOSITION OF DATA AND REPORTS

 

5.1       The following data products will be included in the cruise data package:

 

·         NOAA Form 77-13d - Deck Log - Weather Observation Sheets,

·         Electronic Marine Operations Abstracts,

·         SCS backup - recordable compact diskette (CD-RW),

·         Calibration Sheets for all ship's instruments used,

·         PMEL CTD Weather Observation Logs,

·         CTD Cast Information/Rosette Log,

·         Autosalinometer Logs,

·         ADCP Log Sheets,

·         ADCP Iomega Zip and/or recordable compact diskette (CD-RW),

·         Electronic Navigation suite’s export files on diskette,

·         Ultra-cold Freezer Temperature Daily Log (SOI 5.4).

 

5.2       Pre- and Post-cruise Meetings - Cruise meetings may be held in accordance with FOCI Standard Operating Instructions for NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN (SOI 5.5).

 

6.0       ADDITIONAL PROJECTS

 

6.1       Definition - Ancillary and piggyback projects are secondary to the objectives of the cruise and should be treated as additional investigations.  The difference between the two types of secondary projects is that an ancillary project does not have representation aboard and is accomplished by the ship's force.

 

6.2       Ancillary Projects - Any ancillary work done during this project will be accomplished with the concurrence of the Chief Scientist and on a not-to-interfere basis with the programs described in these instructions and in accordance with the NOAA Fleet Standing Ancillary Instructions.

 

6.3       Piggyback Projects - None

 

7.0       HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

 

7.1       Inventory – See Appendices, Section 9.4 HAZMAT Inventory.

 

7.2       Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) – Electronic MSDS forms submitted separately.

 

8.0       MISCELLANEOUS

 

8.1       Communications - Specific information on how to contact the NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN and all other fleet vessels can be found at:

 

http://www.moc.noaa.gov/phone.htm

 

8.2       Important Telephone and Facsimile Numbers and E-mail Addresses

 

8.2.1        Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL):

 

FOCI - Ocean Environmental Research Division (OERD2):

·         (206) 526-4700 (voice)

·         (206) 526-6485 (fax)

 

Administration:

·         (206) 526-6810 (voice)

·         (206) 526-6815 (fax)

 

E-Mail: FirstName.LastName@noaa.gov

 

 

8.2.2        Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC):

 

FOCI - Resource Assessment and Conservation Engineering (RACE):

·         (206) 526-4171 (voice)

·         (206) 526-6723 (fax)

 

E-Mail: FirstName.LastName@noaa.gov

 

8.2.3        NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN - Telephone methods listed in order of increasing expense:

 

Homeport - Seattle, Washington:

·         (206) 553-4589

·         (206) 553-4581

·         (206) 553-8344

 

United States Coast Guard - Kodiak, Alaska

·         (907) 487-9752

·         (907) 487-9753

·         (907) 487-4397

·         (907) 487-4398

 

Cellular:

·         (206) 660-7167

 

INMARSAT Mini-M

·         011-872-761-267-346 (voice/PBX)

·         011-872-761-267-347 (voice)

·         011-872-761-267-348 (fax)

 

INMARSAT B

·         011-872-330-394-113 (voice)

·         011-872-330-394-114 (fax)

 

E-Mail: NOAA.Ship.Miller.Freeman@noaa.gov (mention the person’s name in SUBJECT field)

 

8.2.4        Marine Operations Center, Pacific (MOP):

 

Operations Division (MOP1)

·         (206) 553-4548 (voice)

·         (206) 553-1109 (facsimile)

 

E-Mail: FirstName.LastName@noaa.gov

 

E-Mail to Radio Room: Radio.Room@noaa.gov

 

9.0       APPENDICES

 

9.1       Equipment Inventory

 

Equipment

QTY

Weight (lbs)

Subtotal

Anchors

2

5000

10000

Anchors

16

1800

28800

Floats, 30"

5

50

250

Buoy with tower and bridle

1

1500

1500

Reels, wire rope

2

200

400

Box, Hardware, 2'x3'x2'

1

200

200

Box, Hardware, 4'x4'x3'

1

800

800

Box, Hardware, 4'x4'x3'

1

2800

2800

Box, Hardware, 4'x4'x2.5'

2

150

300

Instruments

1

3000

3000

 

 

TOTAL

48050

 


9.2       Station Locations – Leg I

 

 

Activity

Station ID

 

Latitude

 

 

Longitude

 

Dist (NM)

Spd (kt)

Transit (Hrs)

Approx Depth (m)

Station Time (hrs)

Arrival Date (Local)

Arrival Time (Local)

Depart Date (Local)

Depart Time (Local)

Depart

Kodiak

57°

45.000'

N

152°

29.600'

W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25-Sep-02

8:00 AM

CTD

 

57°

43.334'

N

152°

17.665'

W

6.59

10

0.66

190

0.5

25-Sep-02

8:39 AM

25-Sep-02

9:12 AM

Recover

02CB-1B

57°

43.334'

N

152°

17.665'

W

0.00

10

0.00

190

1.0

25-Sep-02

9:12 AM

25-Sep-02

10:12 AM

Deploy

02CB-1C

57°

43.334'

N

152°

17.665'

W

0.00

10

0.00

190

2.0

25-Sep-02

10:12 AM

25-Sep-02

12:12 PM

CTD

 

57°

43.334'

N

152°

17.665'

W

0.00

10

0.00

190

0.5

25-Sep-02

12:12 PM

25-Sep-02

12:44 PM

CTD

 

56°

40.796'

N

152°

24.257'

W

62.64

10

6.26

71

0.4

25-Sep-02

7:00 PM

25-Sep-02

7:25 PM

Recover

02BCP-1A

56°

40.796'

N

152°

24.257'

W

0.00

10

0.00

71

1.0

25-Sep-02

7:25 PM

25-Sep-02

8:25 PM

CTD

 

56°

43.799'

N

152°

32.506'

W

5.43

10

0.54

68

0.4

25-Sep-02

8:58 PM

25-Sep-02

9:22 PM

Recover

02BC-2A

56°

43.799'

N

152°

32.506'

W

0.00

10

0.00

68

1.0

25-Sep-02

9:22 PM

25-Sep-02

10:22 PM

CTD

 

56°

56.511'

N

152°

39.484'

W

13.27

10

1.33

68

0.4

25-Sep-02

11:42 PM

26-Sep-02

12:06 AM

Recover

02BC-3A

56°

56.511'

N

152°

39.484'

W

0.00

10

0.00

68

1.0

26-Sep-02

12:06 AM

26-Sep-02

1:06 AM

CTD

 

56°

59.000'

N

152°

27.490'

W

7.00

10

0.70

69

0.4

26-Sep-02

1:48 AM

26-Sep-02

2:13 AM

Recover

02BCP-4A

56°

59.000'

N

152°

27.490'

W

0.00

10

0.00

69

1.0

26-Sep-02

2:13 AM

26-Sep-02

3:13 AM

CTD

 

57°

27.628'

N

151°

34.798'

W

40.41

10

4.04

71

0.4

26-Sep-02

7:15 AM

26-Sep-02

7:40 AM

Recover

02CB-2A

57°

27.628'

N

151°

34.798'

W

0.00

10

0.00

71

1.0

26-Sep-02

7:40 AM

26-Sep-02

8:40 AM

CTD

 

57°

30.886'

N

151°

26.641'

W

5.46

10

0.55

71

0.4

26-Sep-02

9:13 AM

26-Sep-02

9:38 AM

Recover

02CBP-3A

57°

30.886'

N

151°

26.641'

W

0.00

10

0.00

71

1.0

26-Sep-02

9:38 AM

26-Sep-02

10:38 AM

CTD

 

59°

06.293'

N

150°

59.522'

W

96.46

10

9.65

 

0.3

26-Sep-02

8:16 PM

26-Sep-02

8:36 PM

Recover

02GP-32A

59°

06.293'

N

150°

59.522'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

1.0

26-Sep-02

8:36 PM

26-Sep-02

9:36 PM

Deploy

02GP-32B

59°

06.293'

N

150°

59.522'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

2.0

26-Sep-02

9:36 PM

26-Sep-02

11:36 PM

CTD

 

59°

06.293'

N

150°

59.522'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

0.3

26-Sep-02

11:36 PM

26-Sep-02

11:56 PM

CTD

 

58°

57.778'

N

150°

55.998'

W

8.71

10

0.87

 

0.3

27-Sep-02

12:49 AM

27-Sep-02

1:09 AM

Recover

02GP-34A

58°

57.778'

N

150°

55.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

1.0

27-Sep-02

1:09 AM

27-Sep-02

2:09 AM

Deploy

02GP-34B

58°

57.778'

N

150°

55.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

2.0

27-Sep-02

2:09 AM

27-Sep-02

4:09 AM

CTD

 

58°

57.778'

N

150°

55.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

0.3

27-Sep-02

4:09 AM

27-Sep-02

4:29 AM

CTD

 

58°

45.011'

N

150°

51.998'

W

12.93

10

1.29

187

0.5

27-Sep-02

5:46 AM

27-Sep-02

6:19 AM

Recover

02GPP-36A

58°

45.011'

N

150°

51.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

187

1.0

27-Sep-02

6:19 AM

27-Sep-02

7:19 AM

Deploy

02GPP-36B

58°

45.011'

N

150°

51.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

187

2.0

27-Sep-02

7:19 AM

27-Sep-02

9:19 AM

CTD

 

58°

45.011'

N

150°

51.998'

W

0.00

10

0.00

187

0.5

27-Sep-02

9:19 AM

27-Sep-02

9:51 AM

CTD

 

58°

15.477'

N

147°

40.711'

W

104.20

10

10.42

68

0.4

27-Sep-02

8:16 PM

27-Sep-02

8:41 PM

Recover

02FTM-1A

58°

15.477'

N

147°

40.711'

W

0.00

10

0.00

68

1.0

27-Sep-02

8:41 PM

27-Sep-02

9:41 PM

Recover

02FTP-1A

58°

14.660'

N

147°

41.010'

W

0.83

10

0.08

72

1.0

27-Sep-02

9:46 PM

27-Sep-02

10:46 PM

Deploy

02FTM-1B

58°

15.477'

N

147°

40.711'

W

0.83

10

0.08

68

2.0

27-Sep-02

10:51 PM

28-Sep-02

12:51 AM

Deploy

02FTP-1B

58°

14.660'

N

147°

41.010'

W

0.83

10

0.08

72

2.0

28-Sep-02

12:56 AM

28-Sep-02

2:56 AM

CTD

 

58°

15.477'

N

147°

40.711'

W

0.83

10

0.08

68

0.4

28-Sep-02

3:01 AM

28-Sep-02

3:25 AM

CTD

 

58°

41.000'

N

148°

50.940'

W

44.72

10

4.47

 

0.3

28-Sep-02

7:54 AM

28-Sep-02

8:14 AM

Recover

02GBP-12A

58°

41.000'

N

148°

50.940'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

1.0

28-Sep-02

8:14 AM

28-Sep-02

9:14 AM

Deploy

02GBP-12B

58°

41.000'

N

148°

50.940'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

2.0

28-Sep-02

9:14 AM

28-Sep-02

11:14 AM

CTD

 

58°

41.000'

N

148°

50.940'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

0.3

28-Sep-02

11:14 AM

28-Sep-02

11:34 AM

CTD

 

59°

45.935'

N

148°

58.692'

W

65.06

10

6.51

91

0.4

28-Sep-02

6:04 PM

28-Sep-02

6:30 PM

Recover

02GB-7A

59°

45.935'

N

148°

58.692'

W

0.00

10

0.00

91

1.0

28-Sep-02

6:30 PM

28-Sep-02

7:30 PM

CTD

 

59°

02.575'

N

148°

41.662'

W

44.22

10

4.42

75

0.4

28-Sep-02

11:55 PM

29-Sep-02

12:20 AM

Recover

02GBP-5A

59°

02.575'

N

148°

41.662'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

1.0

29-Sep-02

12:20 AM

29-Sep-02

1:20 AM

Deploy

02GBP-5B

59°

02.575'

N

148°

41.662'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

2.0

29-Sep-02

1:20 AM

29-Sep-02

3:20 AM

CTD

 

59°

02.575'

N

148°

41.662'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

0.4

29-Sep-02

3:20 AM

29-Sep-02

3:45 AM

CTD

 

59°

07.697'

N

148°

47.174'

W

5.85

10

0.59

75

0.4

29-Sep-02

4:21 AM

29-Sep-02

4:46 AM

Recover

02GB-4A

59°

07.697'

N

148°

47.174'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

1.0

29-Sep-02

4:46 AM

29-Sep-02

5:46 AM

Deploy

02GB-4B

59°

07.697'

N

148°

47.174'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

2.0

29-Sep-02

5:46 AM

29-Sep-02

7:46 AM

CTD

 

59°

07.697'

N

148°

47.174'

W

0.00

10

0.00

75

0.4

29-Sep-02

7:46 AM

29-Sep-02

8:11 AM

CTD

 

58°

55.281'

N

148°

37.186'

W

13.44

10

1.34

 

0.3

29-Sep-02

9:31 AM

29-Sep-02

9:51 AM

Recover

02GBP-11A

58°

55.281'

N

148°

37.186'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

1.0

29-Sep-02

9:51 AM

29-Sep-02

10:51 AM

Deploy

02GBP-11B

58°

55.281'

N

148°

37.186'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

2.0

29-Sep-02

10:51 AM

29-Sep-02

12:51 PM

CTD

 

58°

55.281'

N

148°

37.186'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

0.3

29-Sep-02

12:51 PM

29-Sep-02

1:11 PM

CTD

 

59°

17.999'

N

148°

58.218'

W

25.15

10

2.52

72

0.4

29-Sep-02

3:42 PM

29-Sep-02

4:07 PM

Recover

02GBM-3A

59°

17.999'

N

148°

58.218'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

1.0

29-Sep-02

4:07 PM

29-Sep-02

5:07 PM

Recover

02GB-3A

59°

17.553'

N

148°

57.508'

W

0.57

10

0.06

91

1.0

29-Sep-02

5:10 PM

29-Sep-02

6:10 PM

Recover

02GBP-3A

59°

17.007'

N

148°

57.618'

W

0.55

10

0.05

72

1.0

29-Sep-02

6:14 PM

29-Sep-02

7:14 PM

Deploy

02GBM-3B

59°

17.999'

N

148°

58.218'

W

1.04

10

0.10

72

2.0

29-Sep-02

7:20 PM

29-Sep-02

9:20 PM

Deploy

02GB-3B

59°

17.553'

N

148°

57.508'

W

0.57

10

0.06

91

2.0

29-Sep-02

9:23 PM

29-Sep-02

11:23 PM

Deploy

02GBP-3B

59°

17.007'

N

148°

57.618'

W

0.55

10

0.05

72

2.0

29-Sep-02

11:27 PM

30-Sep-02

1:27 AM

CTD

 

59°

17.007'

N

148°

57.618'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

0.4

30-Sep-02

1:27 AM

30-Sep-02

1:51 AM

CTD

 

59°

09.594'

N

149°

07.778'

W

9.05

10

0.91

175

0.5

30-Sep-02

2:46 AM

30-Sep-02

3:17 AM

Recover

02GB-10A

59°

09.594'

N

149°

07.778'

W

0.00

10

0.00

175

1.0

30-Sep-02

3:17 AM

30-Sep-02

4:17 AM

CTD

 

59°

06.392'

N

150°

04.980'

W

29.52

10

2.95

 

0.3

30-Sep-02

7:15 AM

30-Sep-02

7:35 AM

Recover

02GBP-13A

59°

06.392'

N

150°

04.980'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

1.0

30-Sep-02

7:35 AM

30-Sep-02

8:35 AM

Deploy

02GBP-13B

59°

06.392'

N

150°

04.980'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

2.0

30-Sep-02

8:35 AM

30-Sep-02

10:35 AM

CTD

 

59°

06.392'

N

150°

04.980'

W

0.00

10

0.00

 

0.3

30-Sep-02

10:35 AM

30-Sep-02

10:55 AM

CTD

 

59°

21.964'

N

148°

14.622'

W

58.55

10

5.86

91

0.4

30-Sep-02

4:46 PM

30-Sep-02

5:12 PM

Recover

02GB-9A

59°

21.964'

N

148°

14.622'

W

0.00

10

0.00

91

1.0

30-Sep-02

5:12 PM

30-Sep-02

6:12 PM

CTD

 

59°

39.310'

N

148°

39.006'

W

21.31

10

2.13

91

0.4

30-Sep-02

8:20 PM

30-Sep-02

8:46 PM

Recover

02GB-8A

59°

39.310'

N

148°

39.006'

W

0.00

10

0.00

91

1.0

30-Sep-02

8:46 PM

30-Sep-02

9:46 PM

CTD

 

59°

41.668'

N

149°

21.484'

W

21.58

10

2.16

72

0.4

30-Sep-02

11:55 PM

01-Oct-02

12:20 AM

Recover

02GB-1A

59°

41.668'

N

149°

21.484'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

1.0

01-Oct-02

12:20 AM

01-Oct-02

1:20 AM

Deploy

02GB-1B

59°

41.668'

N

149°

21.484'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

2.0

01-Oct-02

1:20 AM

01-Oct-02

3:20 AM

CTD

 

59°

41.668'

N

149°

21.484'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

0.4

01-Oct-02

3:20 AM

01-Oct-02

3:45 AM

CTD

 

59°

34.193'

N

149°

12.297'

W

8.80

10

0.88

72

0.4

01-Oct-02

4:38 AM

01-Oct-02

5:03 AM

Recover

02GB-2A

59°

34.193'

N

149°

12.297'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

1.0

01-Oct-02

5:03 AM

01-Oct-02

6:03 AM

Deploy

02GB-2B

59°

34.193'

N

149°

12.297'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

2.0

01-Oct-02

6:03 AM

01-Oct-02

8:03 AM

CTD

 

59°

34.193'

N

149°

12.297'

W

0.00

10

0.00

72

0.4

01-Oct-02

8:03 AM

01-Oct-02

8:27 AM

Arrive

Seward, AK

60°

07.616'

N

149°

25.129'

W

34.04

10

3.40

69

 

01-Oct-02

11:52 AM

 

 

 

 

9.3       Station Locations – Leg II

 

 

Sta. No.

Station Identifier

Transect

 

Latitude

 

 

Longitude

 

Dist. (nm)

Spd. (kt)

Tran. (hrs)

z (fm)

Water Depth (m)

CTD Depth (m)

CTD (min)

Arrive Date (Local)

Arrive Time (local)

Depart Date (local)

Depart Time (local)

 

Seward, AK

Seward, AK

60°

06.000'

N

149°

26.000'

W

 

8

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-Oct-02

8:00

1

KS1=PR4

Kenai Shelf

58°

58.271'

N

150°

09.280'

W

71.19

9

7.91

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

15:54

5-Oct-02

16:29

2

KS2

Kenai Shelf

58°

56.923'

N

150°

20.468'

W

5.92

9

0.66

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

17:09

5-Oct-02

17:44

3

KS3

Kenai Shelf

58°

55.576'

N

150°

31.655'

W

5.93

9

0.66

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

18:24

5-Oct-02

18:59

4

KS4

Kenai Shelf

58°

54.228'

N

150°

42.843'

W

5.93

9

0.66

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

19:39

5-Oct-02

20:14

5

KS5=GP4

Kenai Shelf

58°

52.880'

N

150°

54.030'

W

5.94

9

0.66

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

20:53

5-Oct-02

21:29

6

KS6

Kenai Shelf

58°

50.460'

N

151°

04.398'

W

5.88

9

0.65

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

22:08

5-Oct-02

22:43

7

KS7

Kenai Shelf

58°

48.040'

N

151°

14.765'

W

5.89

9

0.65

80

146

136

35

5-Oct-02

23:22

5-Oct-02

23:58

8

KS8

Kenai Shelf

58°

45.620'

N

151°

25.133'

W

5.89

9

0.65

80

146

136

35

6-Oct-02

0:37

6-Oct-02

1:12

9

KS9

Kenai Shelf

58°

43.200'

N