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CodeDescription CreatedModified
6aSPAWN Spawning Herring Acoustic Survey in Division 27.6.a AC_Survey False 2018-11-08 2022-11-11
BASS Baltic Acoustic Spring Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-08-30
BFAS Boarfish Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2021-03-18
BIAS Baltic International Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-08-30
CLYDAS The Clyde Pelagic Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2018-02-16 2022-08-30
CSHAS Celtic Sea Herring Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-11-11
GRAHS Gulf of Riga Acoustic Herring Survey AC_Survey False 2020-03-18 2024-02-05
HERAS International Coordinated Acoustic Survey in Skagerrak and Kattegat, the North Sea, West of Scotland, and the Malin Shelf. AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-11-11
IBWSS International Blue Whiting Spawning Stock Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-11-11
IESNS International Ecosystem Survey in the Nordic Seas AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-08-30
IESSNS Coordinated Nordic Seas Ecosystem Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2022-12-14
ISAS The Irish Sea Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2024-03-07
IS-IDPS Irminger Sea International Deep Pelagic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2024-04-15
JUVENA Juvenile Anchovy Survey AC_Survey False 2022-03-15 2022-08-30
MEESO Mesopelagic Acoustic Sampling - for the MEESO project AC_Survey False 2021-04-07 2023-10-26
NORHERSS Norwegian Herring Spawning Survey AC_Survey False 2020-04-01 2022-08-30
NS-IDPS Norwegian Sea International Deep Pelagic Survey AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2021-03-18
PELGAS French Acoustic Pelagic Survey in Bay of Biscay AC_Survey False 2016-10-20 2022-01-21
PELTIC Pelagic Ecosystem Survey in the Western Channel and Eastern Celtic Sea AC_Survey False 2016-06-09 2021-03-18
WESPAS Western European Shelf Pelagic Acoustic Survey AC_Survey False 2017-08-01 2023-10-17
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