Recommended operating guidelines for USNEL box corer 2019
A box corer is a benthic sampling device designed to take a vertically undisturbed ‘core’ sample from the top of the seafloor, typically to a maximum depth of 50cm.
The following guidance has been developed by JNCC, Benthic Solutions Ltd and Marine Scotland Science, to inform box coring operations undertaken with a United States Naval Electronic Laboratory Mk2 style box corer.
Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2019·11·05
Wilson, I., O’Connor, J. & Gibb, I. 2019. Recommended operating guidelines for USNEL box corer. JNCC Report No. 643, JNCC, Peterborough, ISSN 0963-8091.
JNCC, Benthic Solutions Ltd and Marine Scotland Science have developed the following guidance to inform box coring operations undertaken with a United States Naval Electronic Laboratory (USNEL) Mk2 style 0.25 m2 surface area box corer
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Metadata date 2019·11·05
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