Multidisciplinary seafloor mapping and
ground-truth research cruise from
Nuuk, Greenland to Dublin aboard the IOC-UNESCO Floating University,
RV Professor Logachev in September 2003.
Sidescan sonar surveys of Lough Furnace
and Lough Feeagh were conducted in May 2004 for the Marine Institute
inshore fisheries research center in Newport.
Sidescan survey conducted for the
University College Cork (UCC) research center located on the marine reserve
of Lough Ine in Skibbereen, Co. Cork in September
In February 2005, UL and NUIG researchers in collaboration with the
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) of New Zealand
conducted a deep ocean fisheries survey using the Aglantha ROV deployed from the RV
Celtic Explorer. The primary aim was to evaluate the potential of
using acoustic surveys as a method of assessing stock components to provide
scientific advise towards developing a management plan.
(deployment of the Aglantha ROV)
Video footage (Lazy fish)
habitat mapping survey using an observation class ROV, Argus Abyss Bathysaurus, in June 2005
aboard the RV Celtic
Lough Derg, September 2005. Inshore survey that encompassed a
factory acceptance test of new equipment, mapping of the lake floor at
Parker Point; Tineranna
Bay; Killaloe Bay.
Field trials of the Tethra ROV/AUV were also carried out.
Video footage (pontoon)
Video footage (Tethra)
Lough Derg, June 2006. Inshore survey that encompassed a
factory acceptance test of new equipment, mapping of the lake floor.
Multibeam sonar survey conducted at Kowloon Bridge.