Opening-closing Bongo net - McGowan and Brown (1966)
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Bongo opening-closing net|
|Definition||A pair of circular hoops (70 cm diameter joined by a central axial which was clamped to a cable. A dacron cloth door covered each mouth opening which when released by a messenger, folded into the net mouth. The nets were 71 cm in diameter, had a non-filtering collar section 84 cm long and a conical net 420 cm long with 0.505 mm mesh. A flowmeter was present and after a set number of revolutions, caused the nets to be released from the hoops; choke ropes closed them [Wiebe and Benfield 2003 Plate 9 D].|
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