Hakai Marine Sampling Survey - BC Central Coast - 2014
Marine Sampling Survey - 2014 Archive - Central Coast
The 2014 marine sampling surveys layer is combination of multiple oceanography testing sites for the Hakai Institute. Sampling occurs all over the Central Coast of British Columbia with a focus around Kwakshua Channel / Calvert Island / Rivers Inlet / and the Outer Shores NW of Calvert Island. Data is displayed as points to reflect the repeated site visits to sampling sites. Brian Hunt is the principal investigator for the marine sampling program. Because it is difficult to maintain the position of the boat in a single point under all conditions the locations are as accurate as possible. Data is typically gathered using the vessels Hakai Explorer, Hakai Express, and Hakai Diver. A number of methods are used to collect data. Data gathering methods are summarized below: Conductivity Temperature Depth (CTD). CTD is collected using a probe dropped from a point to just above the bathymetric surface to gain a profile of the water column. Data is collected / processed to gather only the drop data / and stored by the marine sampling program. CTD is the most commonly used method for marine sampling. Particulate Organic Matter (POM). POM is collected and processed in the labs at the Hakai field station. Plankton Tows are collected at select sites using the Hakai Explorer vessel with a tow rig dropped and data is collected and processed in the field and at the Hakai facility. Other information collected: Chlorophyll + Secci-disk A number of individuals at Hakai work in marine sampling program which is headed by Brian Hunt. For further enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Surveys: Rivers_Inlet_Survey Queen_Charlotte_Sound_Survey Plankton_Tow Outer_Shores_Survey North_Herring Microbe_Sampling_Events Kwakshua Koeye DO13C Chlorophyll Burke_Channel_Survey South_Herring_Survey Attributes: Station - Common name of the station. 2-3 letter code representing the survey and a number representing the site location along the transect. Survey - Name of the survey - typically named after the general marine channel / zone of the survey. Longitude - x axis location information. Latitude - y axis location information. Approximat - depth (approximate) in meters - gathered in the field using a depth sounder. Status - status of the survey (active or not) CTD_Profil - yes / no - is a CTD profile collected at this site? Secchi_Dis - yes / no - is a Secchi Disk measurement collected at this site? P_O_M - yes / no - is a POM collected at this site? Nutrients - are nutrients sampled at this site? What depths are they collected in meters? Chlorophyl - yes / no - is Chlorophyll sampled at this site? Plankton_T - is plankton sampled at this site? What sampling technique is used? Size of mesh / sampling depth in meters / equipment used. DO13C - Is DO13C collected at this site and how is it collected (surface sample or other?). Frequency - Frequency of sampling effort for this location. Comments - additional information / details from the survey crew.
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