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  • This marine geophysical survey took place in June 2002 in the Clyde estuary between Greenock and Glasgow aboard the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) vessel Endrick2. The British Geological Survey (BGS) carried out the survey on behalf of Glasgow City Council. The purpose was to gather data which could be used for Estuarine Contamination studies. Subsurface seismic data were gathered using a surface tow boomer. Most of the data were recorded digitally, but paper records were generated also. These data are archived by BGS. This survey forms part of a Clyde Estuarine Report, for details see BGS commissioned Report CR/04/057.

  • This marine sampling survey took place December 2002 in the River Clyde between Milton and the Gorbals on board Big Buster. The British Geological Survey (BGS) carried out the survey on behalf of Glasgow City Council. The aim was to investigate estuarine geochemistry. Seabed samples were collected using a Van Veen grab and Mackereth piston corer. Surface Water Samples were also collected. Technical details of the survey and sample analyses are contained in BGS Report CR/04/057R.

  • This marine sampling survey took place in February 2003 in the Firth of Clyde on board the Endrick 2. The survey formed part of an estuarine contamination study, looking at the geophysics, geochemistry and engineering properties of sediment and water samples of the Inner Clyde Estuary. The work was undertaken under a co-funding arrangement between the British Geological Survey (BGS) and Glasgow City Council. Ship time was provided by Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and small boat facilities by the Glasgow Humane Society. 14 grab and gravity core sediment samples were collected by BGS. Details of the study are contained in BGS Commercial Report CR/04/057R.

  • This marine sampling survey took place in October 2002 in the River Clyde between the Lower Harbour and Milton (outer estuary) on board the Endrick 2. The British Geological Survey (BGS) carried out the survey on behalf of Glasgow City Council. The aim was to investigate estuarine geochemistry. Seabed samples were collected using Gravity corer, Mackereth corer and Day grab. Technical details of the survey are contained in BGS Report CR/04/057R.