The specialist aquaculture infrastructure at Shetland UHI are our two production resources – the marine farm ‘Lea of Trondra’ and our onshore tank facility ‘Marine Hatchery’. Over the last twenty years these have proven to
The SIET is a non-invasive, ultra-sensitive technique for measuring the free-ion concentration gradient of a specific ion (e.g., Ca2+, H+, K+, or Cl-) by means of a single ion-sensitive microelectrode
Inshore Survey Vessel A 13.7 m long MCA area Category 2 workboat with twin Caterpillar engines producing 560 Hp. Maneuverable and economic she is equipped with a hull mounted multibeam
Our multibeam system is a hull mounted WASSP (WMB-160F) system fitted to our survey vessel, MV Moder Dy. The system has variable beam angles with a maximum swath of 120°
Our survey vessel, MV Moder Dy, is fitted with an over the side mount GeoPulse pinger Sub-Bottom Profiler (SBP) which is the “survey industry’s industry standard Sub-Bottom Profiler system”.
Drop Down Video (DDV; HD video and stills) A Micro Seacam Hi-Res digital colour camera with two mini seabeam lights are fitted to a custom made A-frame. A 200 m
The Rivers and Lochs Institute BioMAG (Biodiversity Management Applied Genomics) facility is located in An Lòchran, adjacent to the College, and is equipped with state of the art technology for
12 m Fisheries research vessel. Capabilities: Fishing gear trials and surveys including trawling, jigging, scalloping and potting. PDF available
Shetland UHI, with its specialised campus facility in Scalloway, has the vessel capacity to operate in inshore waters throughout Scotland. Our survey facilities and equipment include several well equipped research
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