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2011 Mareano Survey for MMT

  11/03/2011
The Norwegian Hydrographic Service has awarded Marin Mätteknik AB the 2011 Mareano survey contract, to commence in mid-April 2011 and last for two months. The survey will include bathymetric data acquisition and processing in area Nordland VI in the Norwegian Sea outside the Nordland region, west of Bodø, Norway.


Mareano survey 2009
The area to be surveyed varies between about 200 and 1,200 metres in depth. The assignment will be conducted by MMT Survey vessel Franklin, length 56 metres, equipped with a Kongsberg EM710 Multibeam echo sounder. The Franklin previously worked in the Mareano project in 2009, covering almost 5,000 square kilometres of the Barents Sea.

 




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Website: http://www.mareano.no
Supplier: MMT

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