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    This marine multibeam and geophysical survey took place from 13-04-15 to 27-04-15 in the area of Sullom Voe, Shetland on board the RV White Ribbon. The survey was carried out by the British Geological Survey (BGS) on behalf of the BGS Marine team. Bathymetric data on MV White Ribbon was acquired using a Kongsberg EM3002D multibeam echosounder system. Kongsberg Seafloor Information System (SIS) version 3.9.2 (build 187) was used for online data logging. A Trimble SPS461 with Fugro Marinestar licence and a Kongsberg Seatex Seapath 200 provided vessel position, heading and attitude. Offline data processing was performed using CARIS HIPS version 8.1.5.

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    This marine multibeam survey took place in March 2012 in the area of Shetland on board the Northern Lighthouse Board vessel NLV Pole Star. The survey was carried out by the British Geological Survey (BGS) on behalf of Marine Scotland. Sea floor bathymetry data were collected using a Kongsberg EM3002D multibeam system.

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    This survey area was part of a multibeam bathymetry carried out by the British Geological Survey on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage between 25/11/2015 and 17/04/2016. A bathymetric and side scan sonar survey was undertaken using the survey vessel White Ribbon. The aim was to establish baseline mapping of the seabed (examining habitat heterogeneity and fisheries marks) within the target areas prior to the implementation of new management measures.

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    This survey area was part of a multibeam bathymetry carried out by the British Geological Survey on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage between 25/11/2015 and 17/04/2016. A bathymetric and side scan sonar survey was undertaken using the survey vessel White Ribbon. The aim was to establish baseline mapping of the seabed (examining habitat heterogeneity and fisheries marks) within the target areas prior to the implementation of new management measures.

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    This survey area was part of a multibeam bathymetry carried out by the British Geological Survey on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage between 25/11/2015 and 17/04/2016. A bathymetric and side scan sonar survey was undertaken using the survey vessel White Ribbon. The aim was to establish baseline mapping of the seabed (examining habitat heterogeneity and fisheries marks) within the target areas prior to the implementation of new management measures.

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    This marine multibeam and geophysical survey took place from 09/02/2015 – 18/02/2015 in the northern area of Loch Long on board the RV White Ribbon. The survey was carried out by the British Geological Survey (BGS). Bathymetric data on MV White Ribbon was acquired using a Kongsberg EM3002D multibeam echosounder system. Kongsberg Seafloor Information System (SIS) version 3.9.2 (build 187) was used for online data logging. A Trimble SPS461 and a Kongsberg Seatex Seapath 200 provided vessel position, heading and attitude. Offline data processing was performed using CARIS HIPS version 8.1.5.

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    This survey area was part of a multibeam bathymetry carried out by the British Geological Survey on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage between 25/11/2015 and 17/04/2016. A bathymetric and side scan sonar survey was undertaken using the survey vessel White Ribbon. The aim was to establish baseline mapping of the seabed (examining habitat heterogeneity and fisheries marks) within the target areas prior to the implementation of new management measures.

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    This BGS marine geophysical survey took place in September 2010 in the area SW of Little Cumbrae Island, Scotland on board the BGS survey vessel White Ribbon. The purpose was to obtain data to add to the BGS data archive and to contribute to the geological interpretations for the Marine Environmental Mapping Programme (MAREMAP). The data will also be of value to the Clyde Basin Project. Multibeam data were collected digitally using a Kongsberg EM3002D. 4 lines were acquired with an overlap of approximately 50% to provide a full survey of the sea floor.

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    This marine multibeam survey took place in July 2011 in the area around the Isle of Canna on the west coast of Scotland on board the Northern Lighthouse Board vessel NLV Pole Star. The survey was carried out by the British Geological Survey (BGS) on behalf of Marine Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). Sea floor bathymetry data were collected using a Kongsberg EM3002D multibeam system.

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    This BGS marine geophysical survey took place in July 2005 in the Summer Isles region aboard the RV Calanus. The survey was a part of the BGS Offshore Mapping and Modelling Project, North Atlantic Correlation. Subsurface data were gathered using a Surface Tow Boomer and a very detailed swath coverage of the Summer Islands region together with Loch Broom and Little Loch Broom was achieved using a Geoacoustics GeoSwath system supplied and operated by Fathoms Ltd.