Ocean platforms prince

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Published on November 5, 2007

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Ocean Platforms:  Ocean Platforms Academic Research Vessel Fleet Mike Prince:  Mike Prince Executive Secretary for UNOLS UNOLS office located at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. UNOLS:  UNOLS University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System 61 Academic Institutions that use and/or operate oceanographic research vessels 21 Institutions operate 28 vessels in the UNOLS fleet (Academic Research Fleet) The National Deep Submergence Facility at WHOI Other facilities:  Other facilities Other submergence facilities at HBOI, Scripps and Hawaii Coast Guard Icebreakers supporting Arctic Research Antarctic Research Vessels ODP Drill Ship Research Vessel and submersibles of other countries and private industry UNOLS organization:  UNOLS organization Elected Council 6 Standing Committees Governed by UNOLS Charter Funded by Federal Agencies supporting Ocean Science NSF, NAVY, NOAA, USGS, MMS, DOE & USCG Committee structure:  Committee structure Ship Scheduling Committee (SSC) Research Vessel Operator’s Committee (RVOC) Research Vessel Technical Enhancement Committee (RVTEC) Deep Submergence Science Committee (DESSC) Arctic Icebreaker Coordinating Committee (AICC) Fleet Improvement Committee (FIC) Goals:  Goals Coordinate and optimize utilization and scheduling of facilities (ships and submersibles) Improve current capabilities and operations Plan for the future upgrade and replacement of Oceanographic Facilities Classes of Research Vessels:  Classes of Research Vessels Class I & II (Large or Global) - 7 ships, 1 under construction Class III (Intermediate or Ocean) - 7 ships Class IV (Regional) - 9 ships Class V (Local) - 6 ships Coast Guard Icebreakers - 3 ships Antarctic Icebreakers - 2 ships + USCG http://www.unols.org/vessels.htm Large (Global) vessels:  Large (Global) vessels THOMPSON Class:  THOMPSON Class NAVY Owned AGORs 23 -26 THOMPSON - University of Washington REVELLE - Scripps ATLANTIS - WHOI (support ship for ALVIN) BROWN - NOAA Specifications:  Specifications Year Built: 1991-97 Owner: U. S. Navy Length: 273' 8" Beam: 52 '6" Draft, Full: 17 ' Displacement, Full: 3,350 long tons Cruising Speed: 12 knots Range (Nautical Miles): 16,000 at 10 knots Crew: 22 Scientific Party: 37 Your lab comes with you:  Your lab comes with you The microbiologists work together to catalog samples from the hydrothermal sulfides collected during the January 14th dive. They will use these samples to culture the microbes. Sampling Equipment Technician Services Flexible Payload KNORR & MELVILLE:  KNORR & MELVILLE Length: 278 '10" Beam: 46 ' Draft,Full: 16 '6" Displacement, Full (Tons): 2,958 Cruising Speed: 11.5 knots Range (NM): 12,000 @ 10 knots Crew: 23 Scientific Party: 38 Year Built:1969 Mid-Life Refit: 1992 Owner: U. S. Navy Equipment & Capabilities :  Equipment & Capabilities Portable Van Space: At least six 20 ft. vans Winches: Trawl - 30,000' 9/16" wire Hydro (2) - 33,000' 3-conductor EM and 1/4" wire Heavy Equipment: Cranes - two 60,000 lbs. capacity HIAB crane, mid-ships hydro boom Lab Space: 3,175 sq. feet Other Features: Two instrument hangars, fully equipped machine shop, fume hoods, underwater bow observation chamber, un-interruptable power supply, air conditioning, library/lounge, copy machine, laundry, one rigid-hull inflatable rescue/work boat MAURICE EWING Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory:  MAURICE EWING Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Originally constructed as a seismic vessel the Maurice Ewing was acquired in 1989, modified, and outfitted to perform the tasks required of a general purpose research vessel. This includes hull mounted 3.5 and 12 khz transducers and an Atlas deep ocean multibeam swath bottom mapping system. Over the side sampling capabilities include 15 MT SWL starboard and stern a-frames serving four winches carrying 10,000m of 9/16" 3x19, 0.680" coaxial cable, 0.322' CTD wire, or 1/4' 3x19 wire. The Maurice Ewing has extensive geophysical capabilities which include a Syntrak 480-24 seismic recording system with a 6km hydrophone streamer cable and a 2000 psi, 20 air gun 8300 cubic inch tuned sound source array as well as a portable high resolution system with 2 GI guns and an ITI streamer cable. Length: 70.20m (232') Beam: 14.10m (46' 3\") Maximum Draft: 5.30m (17' 3\") Gross Tonnage: 1978 Scientific Personnel: 28 Crew Size: 22 Cruising Speed: 10-11 knots Full Speed: 13.5 knots Endurance:50 days Range: 15,000 NM Intermediate (Ocean)Vessels:  Intermediate (Ocean)Vessels OCEANUS Class:  OCEANUS Class WECOMA - OSU OCEANUS - WHOI ENDEAVOR - URI 177 - 185 ft LOA 12 - 20 science berths HBOI vessels and submersibles:  HBOI vessels and submersibles Seward Johnson II Johnson Sea-Link I & II 3000 ft submersible Seward Johnson NEW HORIZON:  NEW HORIZON Type: Oceanographic Research Year Built: 1978 Mid-Life Refit: 1995-96 Owner: University Of California Length: 170 ' Beam: 36 ' Draft, Full: 12 ' 2 1/4 " Displacement, Full: 1,007 long tons Cruising Speed: 10 knots Range (Nautical Miles): 9,600 at 10 knots Crew: 12 Scientific Party: 19 (17+2)* KILO MOANA:  KILO MOANA Length Overall = 185'7" Accommodations = 48 Mission Support = 100LT Science Party = 30+ Lab Space =2762 sqft Maximum Breadth = 88' Range = 10,000miles Working Deck = 4460 sqft Full Load Draft = 25' Survey Speed= 12kts/S.S.6 Displacement =2542LT:  Length Overall = 185'7" Accommodations = 48 Mission Support = 100LT Science Party = 30+ Lab Space =2762 sqft Maximum Breadth = 88' Range = 10,000miles Working Deck = 4460 sqft Full Load Draft = 25' Survey Speed= 12kts/S.S.6 Displacement =2542LT Regional and Local Vessels:  Regional and Local Vessels Coast Guard Icebreakers:  Coast Guard Icebreakers USCGC HEALY is designed as an icebreaking research vessel:  USCGC HEALY is designed as an icebreaking research vessel PALMER and GOULD:  PALMER and GOULD http://www.polar.org/science/marine/ Submersibles and the NDSF:  Submersibles and the NDSF National Deep Submergence Facility Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dr. Dan Fornari How do you get access to these vessels and facilities?:  How do you get access to these vessels and facilities? Collaboration with Ocean Science Colleagues that have shiptime Your own research project with funding for shiptime Fill out a UNOLS Ship Time Request Make contact with other investigators Make contact with ship operators Slide31:  UNOLS Ship Time Request System You should fill out a UNOLS Ship Time Request if you:  You should fill out a UNOLS Ship Time Request if you Plan to work at sea and... Funded research project Submitting a proposal for an at sea research project Need to be the primary user of a research vessel Wish to participate in a research cruise as an ancillary project Scheduling process:  Scheduling process UNOLS ship schedulers use ship time requests as starting point Ships are scheduled on a Calendar Year basis Preliminary schedules are created in the spring and posted to Web in August Scheduling meetings in July and Sep. refine schedules to “final” form Scheduling Realities:  Scheduling Realities Funded work is given a priority NSF funds 60% of shiptime NSF funding proposals must meet Feb deadline with decisions by July Agencies with later funding decisions affect your ability to schedule work when needed Make contact early and follow through Schedule Format:  Schedule Format POC: Rose Dufour/Elizabeth Brenner LAST UPDATED: 19 June 2001 SIO Ship Schedulers Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California, San Diego 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0210 Tel: (858) 534-2841 Fax: NEW (858) 822-5811 Email: [email protected] R/V Roger_Revelle 2001 DAYS/AGENCY/ CRUISE MAP INDEX/AREA/ P.I./INSTITUTION/ STATUS/ DATES PURPOSE PROPOSAL NO. PORTS CLEARANCE ======================================================================= 30 JAN NP13/Southern Pacific/ deMoustier, C./ San Diego 4/STATE/F 02 FEB Multibeam testing SIO/General Funds San Diego 17 FEB NP12// transit/na/ San Diego 3/NSF/F 25 FEB na Hilo NP12/to Hawaii/ Taylor/NAVO/ 5/NAVY/F transit na http://www.gso.uri.edu/cgi-bin/schlist.cgi?2001S http://oceanic.cms.udel.edu/ships/ Typical Cruise Track for a Large Research Vessel:  Typical Cruise Track for a Large Research Vessel Funding mechanisms:  Funding mechanisms Ship Time funds in grant or contract Arrange a contract between your institution and the ship operator institution Funding agency pass funds directly to ship operator through grant or contract Funding agency pass money through NSF or ONR ship operations grant to ship operator Cost of Shiptime including Technical Support:  Cost of Shiptime including Technical Support Large ships $15 - 20,000 Per Day Intermediates $10 - 15,000 Per Day Regional $7 - $10,000 Per Day Local $3- 6,000 Per Day CG Icebreakers $20,000 Per Day Any part of a day at sea or in a port other than home port charged Provisional unless set by Contract Collaborations:  Collaborations Search Ship Time and Schedule Data bases and contact researchers working in your area of interest Talk with ship schedulers and operators Talk with program managers from other agencies such as NSF and ONR Talk with DESSC and AICC committee members and large program offices Work already taking place in the field:  Work already taking place in the field Life in Extreme Environments (LEXEN) NSF http://www.nsf.gov/home/crssprgm/lexen/start.htm Ridge and Vents programs http://ridge.oce.orst.edu/ http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/ Other Web sites showing research from UNOLS vessels http://www.unols.org/outreach.html For more information:  For more information WWW.UNOLS.ORG 831-632-4410 Flyer and Brochures about the Academic Research Fleet

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