Other, please specify
Please indicate the total number of planned small boat use hours
|SPECIAL POWER REQUIREMENTS
Location, i.e. back deck, 01 deck, etc.
Location of outlet, back deck, wetlab, etc.
Portable 8' x 12' van with; 110 volt AC, running water, benches, fume hood, and
Beckman Culter LS6500, Multi-purpose Scintillation Counter; LCD Monitor
Lab VAN 8'X20' 100volt, Air Condition, running water, hepa-filter air, small refridgerator, small freezer and hood vent*
Oki Microline 320 Turbo 9-pin printer
Ludlum Model 14C Handheld Geiger Counter
Small Freezer and Refrigerator
I will be using radioisotopes on this cruise and I agree to follow the procedures for use and handling of isotopes as described in the UNOLS Research Vessel Safety Standards and The R/V Pelican Cruise Manual
***USERS OF THE RADIOISOTOPE VAN MUST PERFORM A MANDATORY POST CRUISE SWAB TEST BEFORE DEPARTING THE VESSEL
(Please refer to page 20 "Radioisotpes" of the Cruise Planning Manual located under the
Cruise Prep section of the Pelican Website for further details.)***
Dive Compressor (Bauer Model K14BP-E3 High Pressure Breathing Air Compressor and Cascade System)
One technician standing a 12 hour watch when the vessel is at sea
Additional Technician (The Chief Scientist is responsible
for costs associated with providing an extra Technician)*
***LUMCON Supplied scientific instrumentation are calibrated by the
manufacturer on a yearly basis. Field calibrations
are the responsibility of the scientific party. ***
The scientific party is responsible for providing personnel
for all overboard deployment and retrieval of all science gear.
At least 2 able bodied individuals are needed for each watch to
deploy and retrieve CTD's, corers, etc. The ship will provide 1
person for each watch to run the necessary deck equipment for all
over the side operations.
|MIDAS SEAWATER FLOW-THROUGH SYSTEM
Sea-bird Electronics SBE 21 Thermosalinograph
Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 38 Remote Digital Immersion Thermometer
Turner Designs Model AU-10 Series Fluorometer
WETLabs 25-centimeter path length transmissometer
Knudsen 320B Series Deepwater Echosounder
R.M. Young 05103 Wind Monitor
R.M.Young model 61201Barometric Pressure sensor
R.M.Young TS05327 Temperature and Relative Humidity sensor
LI-COR LI-190SZ Quantum Sensor (PAR)
Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 911 plus Underwater Units (3,400 meter depth)
Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 32, 12 position carousel with 12 5-liter Niskens
Dual pumped Temperature & Conductivity Sensors
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
Second Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
WETLabs 25-centimeter path length transmissometer(600 meters)
Fluorometer (Turner Designs,SCUFA Flourometer, 600 meter depth)
ADDITIONAL INSTRUMENTS THAT MAY BE ADDED OR SUBSTITUTED
Transmissometer (WETlabs, 25 centimeter path length, 6,000 meter depth)
Transmissometer (WETlabs, 10 centimeter path length, 6000 meter depth)
Transmissometer (WETlabs, 25 centimeter path length, 600 meter depth)
Optical Backscatterance Sensor (D&A Model OBS-1, 2,000 meter depth)
Optical Backscatterance Sensor (D&A Model OBS-3, 2,000 meter depth)
Fluorometer (Wetlabs Wetstar Mini Flourometer, 500 meter depth)
Biospherical Instruments QSP-200L PAR and QSR Surface PAR sensors
(12) 20-liter Nisken Bottles
ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT PROFILER (ADCP) SYSTEM
ADDITIONAL INSTRUMENTATION & EQUIPMENT
5-liter Nisken Bottles with messengers rigged for hydro wire (indicate number desired)
20-liter Nisken Bottles with messengers rigged for hydro wire (indicate number desired)
WETLabs AC-9, 9 wavelengths spectral transmittance and spectral absorption sensor
Salinometer (Guildline 8400B AutoSal Laboratory Salinometer)*
Expendable Bathythermograh System (Sippican MK12 with hand-held launcher)
Endeco One Meter ParaVane Wing for towed instrument suites
0.1 m2 Gomex type Stainless Steel Box Corers
Bauma 0.25 m2 Stainless Steel spade footbox corer with 3 boxes
Benthos Gravity Corer (3 meter core capability with launch and recovery stand).*
Ponar 9" scoop dredge
Ocean Instruments MC-900 Multi-corer Deep Ocean Setiment Sampler
Wet lab freezer/refrigerator space
Ropure DI Water System and 60 L Resevoir
NANOpure DIamond Ultrapure water system
- Will you be providing a person to operate the CTD and underway data acquisition
programs during the 12 hour watch that the PELICANs technician is off?
- If you are using the CTD; what is your deepest anticipated cast depth?
- If you are coring or using grabs, what is your deepest anticipated cast depth?
- If you are using the hydro winch, what is your deepest anticipated cast depth?
- Do you require large crane service for heavy equipment loading/unloading?
- Do you require a RS-232 serial feed from the GPS ?
- Will you be bringing hazardous materials and/or chemicals on board?
***When bring hazardous materials and/or chemicals onboard please refer to page 20
"Hazadardous Chemicals" of the Cruise Planning Manual located under the Cruise Prep
section of the Pelican website for pre cruise instructions.***
Please use this area to type in your questions or comments and to elaborate on your cruise plan (1000 character maximum, including spaces).