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Vessel Needed for Towing an Underwater Sled Equipped with Imaging Sonar to Collect Images of Trawl – Seafloor Interactions
Deadline for written questions: 07.23.2021
Deadline for submission: 08.06.2021
The contractor shall furnish the necessary crew, material, equipment, services and facilities to perform the Statement of Work/Specifications. For a description of the terms used within this Statement of Work
The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) intends to charter one vessel for 2 sample days to assist in collecting seafloor images across the swept area of a bottom trawl equipped with midwater trawl doors and elevated trawl sweeps (termed semi-pelagic trawl). Images of the seafloor will be collected by towing a sled equipped with DIDSON and video camera equipment. The desired timeline to completed this work is 01 September to 30 September 2021. This project will occur off Newport, Oregon. PSMFC will be responsible for designing the project and providing all scientific equipment needed for the project. The Contractor agrees to furnish a vessel, crew, and all additional gear necessary for towing the DIDSON and video camera sled. All data collection will occur during daylight hours.
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