Survey Data from Raahe Oil Spill
You can study the collected survey data from SCATMAN Web Service via the link below.
- On the web page select Surveys link from upper left corner under the SCATMAN logo.
- Press Search button to display surveys done on Raahe. A list of surveys will be shown.
- View specific survey by selecting blue info icon at the end of the line of the survey.
- For each survey you will see a map presenting the start and the end point of the survey. By zooming the map you can see more detailed presentation of the survey with zones and possible sample, wildlife, etc. observations graphics. You can study these further by selecting an appropriate icon from the map. Alternatively you can study the survey further by selecting Zones, Samples, Wildlife, etc. from the tabs below the Survey. Note that in Raahe case only Zones and Wildlife sections may contain additional material.
- By selecting further either a zone icon from the map or Zones link from menu bar, you will move to a Zones screen where you can select a zone for a further study. By selecting a zone name from a list you can study the detailed information of the zone. The possible photos linked to the zone are shown at the bottom of the page, and you can view a specific photo in a separate window by clicking it.
- If you select a Wildlife icon from the survey map or under the Wildlife link in a menu bar, you can see a list of wildlife observations done in a survey, and a statistical summary of the these. As with zones, by selecting a name of the wildlife observation you can see further information of it, and possible photo is available at the bottom of the page.
An example how to find a photo of a seagull:
- Select from Surveys the one done by Yury Sergeev and click info icon. You will move to Survey's general page.
- Zoom the map so that zones and icons are visible on the Vesimatala island.
- Select the Wildlife icon that is over the Zone line on the map and click it. You will move to Wildlife page with lintu2 selected.
- Scroll down the page and you will find a photo of the young seagull. Click the photo for a larger view.