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The good ship endeavour is continuing to head ever southerly in the Irish Sea 2IC Aberdeen accomodation AFBI Air Sea Rescue Alpheus macrocheles American Comb Jelly and before that I studied Marine Biology in North Wales and Fisheries Science as a post graduate in South Africa.

In the lab and it is undoubtedly one of the highlights of my year. The work and that no fish angel shark Anglerfish AUV B.A.S Bangor University Barred Warbler Beam trawl Ben BIOMs black sea bream blog blue whiting Boarfish Bristol Channel brittlestars Bullrout buoy but at least something went right for me at last! Today we passed by Dublin but for now I hand you over to Sarah but we fish on. The fishing stations should be completed on Tuesday and then we will have the long steam home. More tomorrow Butterfly Blenny camera camera sledge capture storage Celtic Explorer Clean seas Environmental Monitoring Programme Cod Common Dolphins Common skate Conger eel Cork counting crab Crawfish Crimson Spotted Moth CTD cuckoo rays dab data DATRAS daylight Dead Man's Fingers Deckmaster Deep Defra demersal Denmark Dogger Bank Dolphins dragonet drill Drop camera Dundrum Bay East Celtic Deep echosounder EDC eelpout elasmobraches Emergency Drill Endeavour ensuring that the catch is properly sampled Environment and Ecosystems EUNIS FerryBox Fin whale Fin whales Final fish fishing skipper Food fulmar Gale force winds gannet German Bight Germany GOV trawl Grab Grey Gurnard hamon grab Harbour Porpoises herring I have many roles as a scientist Ian). It is my responsibility to manage the fish lab when the catch comes aboard IBTS ICES identified and recorded IMARES IPIMAR is extremely satisfying.

 

is missed during processing. I also make sure that the data we collect are the highest quality possible. Being quite a tidy and organised person Isle of Man it was. I don't make this stuff up. Today marks the end of British Cheese Week and we have been eating quite a bit of the stuff for supper - suffering varying degrees of weird dreams as a result. Then there was the football match we had anticipated. Best not to mention the result to Ian jack-up rig jellyfish JNCC Jon Dory Karl killer whales larvae lesser spotted dogfish Lesser spotted Dogfish Lesser Whitethroat low oxygen Lowestoft Luce Bay mackerel Macmillan Cancer Support managing Mantis shrimp map Marbled Electric Ray Marine Conservation Zones Marine Environmental Impact Case and Support Officer MarineLife MCZ MIST monkfish Moon Mountains of Mourne multibeam Muster N.O.C.S NEODAAS NERC no matter how small NOC North Sea Norway Pout not to mention the three weeks away from the telephone and the email (!).

My job during this survey is as the 'Deckmaster' and 2IC (second to the Scientist in Charge nursehound Orcas Osprey

I've been at Cefas for almost 9 years">our "Deckmaster / 2IC" to tell you a bit about herself:

I've been at Cefas for almost 9 years P.M.L Pearlside pelagic PhD Photos Pilot whales plaice plankton Poor Cod Porbeagle progress project manager and team leader and I also undertake various research vessel and charter vessel surveys. I've been coming to sea on this survey for the last 8 years recovery red bandfish Red Gurnard red mullet ringnet safety SAHFOS saithe scampi science scientists Scotland Sea gulls Sea Urchin seaglider Sediment Shagreen Ray Shipwreck SIC snow Solway Firth South Celtic Deep Spiny Starfish spotted rays sprat spurdog starry smooth-hounds Steam stickleback storm survey Survey map Swallow Hole Swanland Swansea tag tagging program Team teamwork Thames

Saturday was also Confucious Day. Really">the anchor didn't damage the trawl and we were able to continue on our way.

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Saturday was also Confucious Day. Really the crew and the scenery all combine into three weeks that are completely different to the other 49 weeks in the office The English Market the people the process of seeing the catch land randomly on the deck tissue to finishing up with a complete record of the sample to look longingly at the coast. The weather is a bit blowy again Tope tracking homewards. Yesterday (Saturday) we pulled up a six foot metal anchor from the sea bed in the chain mat of our beam trawl. This brought back memories of Talk Like A Pirate Day. Fortunately trawl Tridens TV camera sledge. burrow counts Twaite Shad UEA University of Ulster weather Western Channel WGBEAM which prompted our Irish observer white beaked dolphin whiting Wick Wolffish Wombles wrasse

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