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In a unique deployment of resources, last week NOAA Ship Fairweather split its scientific team and vessels to tackle two distinct projects in Alaska.
Coast Survey physical scientist Katrina Wyllie and Lt. Bart Buesseler report on the multi-mission projects. The science team accomplishes this with acoustic data from multibeam, single beam, and side scan sonars.
Understanding the value of acoustic backscatter as a habitat-defining character will help scientists understand where fish live and the importance of different habitats. The acoustic data will also be used to correct for differences in the performance of research bottom trawls on different seafloor types, so that stock assessments and fishery management can be improved.
To make sure the scientists understand what the acoustic data are showing, each day the ship will stop and collect physical bottom samples of the seafloor to see, touch, and interpret their findings. The green lines will be surveyed at a later date. Before departing Dutch Harbor, Fairweather deployed a shore team with the four survey launches to stay in Dutch Harbor and address some critical navigation needs identified by the port.
Although its location is remote, the port of Dutch Harbor is a vibrant and bustling port serving full-size container ships.
With the increase in commerce flowing into and out of the harbor, local maritime pilots asked Coast Survey navigation manager Lt. Timothy Smith for updated nautical charts to improve the safety of maritime traffic. Additionally, Fairweather had previously surveyed small high priority areas in orange areas.
Fairweather then transits back to Kodiak, Alaska, for a scheduled inport and well deserved break before hydrographic survey operations resume in the vicinity of Sitkalidak Strait. Bart Buesseler review multibeam bathymetry data in the shore team base of operations room.
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