Collection

Routine resurvey reports - 2015 Surveys

Routine resurveys are undertaken in areas where the seabed itself is highly mobile.

Systematic surveying of the UK’s coastal waters is administered by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) under a Civil Hydrography Programme. Under the programme, the MCA has issued a number of long-term commercial contracts to ensure accurate hydrographic information is gathered for updating the nation’s nautical charts and publications.

Routine re-surveys are undertaken in selected areas where the seabed is highly mobile. We analyse these surveys to identify changes that have occurred and assess whether the limits and survey frequency should be revised.

Pre 2012 analysis reports can be viewed via the UKHO archive website.

Documents

  1. Dover Strait - Tail of the Falls - Area DWR C1 2015

    • Research and analysis
  2. Dover Strait - Tail of the Falls - Area DWR C3 2015

    • Research and analysis
  3. East Anglia - Cockle Shoal - Area EA3 A and B 2015

    • Research and analysis
  4. Thames Estuary - Long Sand Head - Area TE5A 2015

    • Research and analysis
  5. Thames Estuary - Sunk - Area TE3A 2015

    • Research and analysis
  6. Goodwin Sands - Gull Stream & North Sand Head - Area GS2 2015

    • Research and analysis
  7. Goodwin Sands - South Sand Head - Area GS1 2015

    • Research and analysis
  8. Goodwin Sands - Northern Head of South Calliper - Area GS3 2015

    • Research and analysis
  9. East Anglia- Approaches to Lowestoft - Area EA10-A & EA10-B 2015

    • Research and analysis
  10. East Anglia - Lowestoft South Road & Lowestoft Bank - Area EA12A 2015

    • Research and analysis
  11. Goodwin Sands - South Calliper & Goodwin Knoll - Area GS4 2015

    • Research and analysis
  12. East Anglia - Holm Channel - Area EA9 2015

    • Research and analysis
Published 14 December 2016