Latest version published by Marine Biological Association on Mar 2, 2018 Marine Biological Association

Groundtruthing survey collecting Hamon grab samples (for infaunal analysis and PSA). The Markham’s Triangle rMCZ survey was carried out during 30th April - 5th May 2012 on the RV CEFAS Endeavour cruise CEND 08/12. The survey team for the duration of the fieldwork included Cefas marine ecologists and marine surveyors. One survey of Markhams Triangle rMCZ site have been completed to date (Apr 2015): Cruise: cend0812 Date: 30th Apr - 5th May 2012 Data collected: MB Bathymetry Coverage (Contractor): 80% MB Backscatter Coverage (Contractor): 80% SS Coverage: None acquired to date Video and Stills Samples to date: 21 video transects; 222 stills analysed PSA Samples to date: 50 Infauna Samples to date: 50

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Dan Lear
Head of Data
Marine Biological Association Plymouth GB

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Data Archive for Marine Species and Habitats (DASSH)
Data Archive for Marine Species and Habitats (DASSH) Plymouth GB

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Data Archive for Marine Species and Habitats (DASSH) Plymouth GB

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