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PREFERRED TERM
SDN:B07::NDT002Single net reverse vertical tow  
DEFINITION
  • A particular kind of single net vertical tow deployment where the net goes down open, starting at the surface, samples on the way down, and closes at depth either via a choke rope or messenger system. Examples of gears that can be deployed that way include pop-down nets like the free-fall net, and the Heron net (Wiebe and Benfield 2003, Plate 10).
ENTRY TERMS
  • Reverse vertical tow
NOTE
  • accepted
IDENTIFIER
  • SDN:B07::NDT002
DATE
  • 2014-10-14 12:14:45.0
IDENTIFIER
  • SDN:B07::NDT002
VERSION
  • 1
IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Reverse vertical tow
URI
http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/B07/current/NDT002/
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