Ship Request

  CLIMODE  -  2007  -  Knorr  
  Project Information  
Project Title: Collaborative Research: CLIMODE (Joyce and Toole) Cross-Frontal Structure, Fluxes, Mixing and Downstream Evolution Project Status: Submitted
Principal Investigator: John M. Toole, WHOI Project Institution: WHOI
Project ID: 100243 Version #: 2
Date Submitted: 4/7/2006 5:38:00 PM Created By: John M. Toole
Date Last Modified: 8/1/2007 2:14:00 PM URI Serial #: 20040129113730LO
Funding Agencies: NSF/OCE/PO - OCE-0424865 - Funded
Summary of Field Work:  
Summary of Facility Requirements: PLEASE NOTE: This is one of two ship request forms for WHOI Proposal No. PO11268.01 Two more cruises to be added on the additional request form.

UNOLS Ship Request Changes 7/11/05: Two science days have been added to the 2006 Oceanus cruise request and the dates requested have been changed to 11/1/06-11/18/06 (from 10/1/06-10/15/06 formerly requested).
Summary of other requirements and comments: Late winter weather window needed for Knorr. Knorr cruises in 2007 are back to back with one port day in Bermuda for each cruise.

Ashtech GPS or equivalent
LADCP for CTD rosette
Argos RDF
Mooring winches on Oceanus supplied by WHOI
SeaSoar winch on Knorr supplied by WHOI
Radiosonde system on Knorr
Ship Request Identification
Type of Request: Primary Ship Use Request Status: Submitted
Request ID: 1000211 Created By: John M. Toole
Date Last Modified: 4/7/2006 5:44:00 PM Date Submitted: 4/7/2006 5:44:00 PM
Requested Ship, Operating Days and Dates
Year: 2007 Ship/Facility: Knorr
Optimum Start Date: 2/7/2007 Dates to Avoid:  
 
 
Earliest Start Date: 1/21/2007 Multi-Ship Op: No
Latest Start Date:   Other Ship(s):

Operating Days Needed: Science Days Mob Days De-Mob Days Estimated Transit Days Total Days
21 0 0 0 21
Repeating Cruise?
(within same year)
Yes Interval: 1 month # of Cruises: 2

Description of Repeating cruise requirements: Second 21 day cruise starting 3/1/07, early start date 2/15/07.
Justification/Explanation for ship choice, dates,
conflicts, number of days & multi-ship operations:
Work Area for Cruise
Short Description of Op Area
for use in schedules:
 
Description of Op Area:
Op Area Size/Dia.:  
 
  Lat/Long Marsden Grid Navy Op Area
Beginning
35° N / 72° W map
116 map
NA06 map
Ending
40° N / 57° W map
150 map
NA06 map
  Show Degrees Minutes    
Foreign Clearance and Permitting Requirements
Foreign Clearance Required? Yes Coastal States:

Bermuda
 Important Info on Foreign Research Clearances  

Are you or any member in your science party bringing in any science equipment items which are regulated for export by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and/or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)?
No If yes, have you applied for the necessary permits through your export control office? No
 Questions about ITAR/EAR regulations?

Comments about foreign clearance requirements or
description of any other special permitting requirements
(e.g., MMPA, ESA, IHA, Marine Sanctuaries, etc.)
Port Calls
Requested Start Port Intermediate Port(s) Requested End Port
Woods Hole, MA, USA St. George's, Bermuda Woods Hole, MA, USA
Explanation/justification for requested
ports and dates of intermediate stops
or to list additional port stops
 

 Important Info on Working in Foreign Ports

 
Science Party
Chief Scientist: John M. Toole, WHOI
# in Science Party 20 # of different science teams 0 # Marine Technicians to be
provided by ship operator:
(include in science party total)
0
Explanation of Science Party Requirements and Technician Requirements
Instrumentation Requirements That Impact Scheduling Decisions
Unselected Dynamic PositioningUnselected ADCPUnselected MultibeamUnselected Seismic
Selected Dredging/Coring/Large Dia. Trawl WireUnselected Stern A-frameUnselected Fiber Optic (.681)Unselected 0.680 Coax Wire
Unselected SCUBA DivingUnselected Radioisotope use - briefly describeUnselected NO Radioisotope use/Natural level workUnselected Other Operator Provided Inst. - Describe
1 PI-Provided Vans - briefly describe Unselected MOCNESS  
Explain Instrumentation or Capability
requirements that could affect choice
of ship in scheduling.

Major Ancillary Facilities (that require coordination of schedules with ship schedule)
Aircraft
Unselected Helicopter Ops (USCG)Unselected Twin OtterUnselected Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) 
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
Unselected Other AUVUnselected Sentry  
Coring Facility
Unselected Jumbo Piston CoringUnselected Large Gravity Core Unselected MC800 multicorer w/ MISO camera/telemetryUnselected OSU Coring Facility (MARSSAM)
Unselected Other Large Coring FacilityUnselected WHOI Long Core  
Human Occupied Vehicle (HOV)
Unselected AlvinUnselected Clelia (HBOI)Unselected JSL I & II (HBOI)Unselected Other HOV
Other Facility
Unselected MISO Facility - deep-sea imagingUnselected Other FacilityUnselected Potential Fields Pool Equipment 
Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
Unselected JasonUnselected Other ROV  
Seismic Facility
Unselected Ocean Bottom Seismograph Instrument Center (OBSIC)Unselected Ocean Bottom Seismograph Instrument Pool (OBSIP)Unselected Ocean-Bottom Seismometer Program (UTIG)Unselected Other Seismic/OBS Facility
Unselected PASSCALUnselected Portable MCS groupUnselected Portable MCS/SCS groupUnselected U.S. Geological Survey Ocean Bottom Seismometer Facility (USGS at WHOI)
Towed Underwater Vehicle
Unselected ARGO IIUnselected Hawaii MR1 (HMRG)Unselected IMI12 (HMRG)Unselected IMI120 (HMRG - formerly DSL 120A)
Unselected IMI30 (HMRG)Unselected Other Towed Underwater VehicleUnselected Towfish 
UNOLS Van Pool
Unselected AUV Lab Van #1Unselected Clean Lab VanUnselected Cold Lab VanUnselected General Purpose Lab Van
Unselected Radioisotope Lab VanUnselected Wet Lab Van  
UNOLS Winch Pool
Unselected Mooring SpoolerUnselected Portable WinchUnselected Turn Table 
Explain Major Ancillary Facilities
Requirements and list description
and provider for "other" systems.

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