McPhail, S.D. and et al, [Unknown]
RRS Discovery Cruise 360, 19 Jan-02 Feb 2011. Trials of the Autosub LR AUV, HyBIS, PELAGRA, Ellsworth Camera and MYRTLE-X Lander systems , Southampton, UK National Oceanography Centre Southampton 39pp.
(National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report, 3).
There were five main objectives for the trials cruise: The first tests of the Autosub Long Range AUV, testing of the HyBIS video guided grab system, testing of the MYRTLE-X Lander systems, testing of a deep camera system for the Lake Ellsworth probe and test deployments of the PELAGRA neutrally buoyant sediment capture drifters.
The working area was about 300 miles south west of the Canary Islands, in international waters, over benthic plains of 4000 m depth, with some tests of the video systems over a isolated sea mount rising to 1200 m depth. Most of the objectives of the cruise where met, with successful diving and control of the Autosub LR, tests of the HyBIS and Ellsworth camera systems, and 3 deployments and recoveries of two PELAGRA floats. Several wire tests of MYRTLE-X systems were carried out, predominantly successful, but concerns over the release system prevented a deployment of the lander.
||New series incorporating reports from NOC Liverpool and Southampton Sites
||Cruise D360, Autosub Long Range, HyBIS, AUV, MYRTLE-X, Lander, Acoustic Telemetry
||Ocean Technology and Engineering
||07 Jul 2011 13:33
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