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ID 94025
Also Known As AHLX179
A-1-94-AA
94025
Abstract Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Chief Scientist: Steve Holbrook. Geophysical data (bottomseismometer, GPS) of field activity 94025 (A-1-94-AA) in Alaska Aleutian Islands from 07/05/1994 to 07/28/1994
Organization Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Project/Theme Wide-angle ocean-bottom seismic experiment
Chief Scientist Steve Holbrook
Activity Type Geophysical
Platform Alpha Helix
Area of Operation Alaska Aleutian Islands, Aleutian Arc
Bounding Coordinates
53.20010
-173.66967    -172.19450
51.24017
Ports leave Dutch Harbor, AK
arrive Seward, AK
Dates 07/05/1994 (JD 186) to 07/28/1994 (JD 209)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Greg Miller
Uri ten Brink
Crew
Steve Holbrook Chief Scientist, WHOI
Bill Rook Captain, SMI
Dwight Coleman Unspecified, USGS Woods Hole
Veeann Cross Unspecified, USGS Woods Hole
Dave Dubois Unspecified, WHOI
Ken Peal Unspecified, WHOI
Beecher Wooding Unspecified, WHOI
Jim Dolan Unspecified, WHOI
Dan Lizarrlde Unspecified, WHOI
Jun Korenaga Unspecified, WHOI-MIT
Chris Sheehan Unspecified, SMI
Equipment Used
bottomseismometer
GPS
Purpose
Study crustal structure and faults in the Aluetians.
Information to be Derived
Image the velocity structure of the entire crust and uppermost
mantle, including the subducting plate beneath the forearc, the forearc
basement, the backarc crust, and the arc edifice itself. Reflection and
refraction data from the whole crust and Moho on both arc-crossing
profiles.
Summary
12 ocean-bottom hydrophones and 7 ocean-bottom seismometers were
deployed along five transects across the Aleutian arc and backarc. Two
primary transects across the arc were acquired: one through Seguam Pass,
where the arc is intraoceanic, and one through Unimak Pass, where it is
continental.
Publications
Cruise Report exists at Woods Hole: http://128.128.40.88/cgi-bin/cruise/public_show.pl?SERIAL_NO=94025

http://pangea.stanford.edu/research/crustal/aleut/
Got Help? For 94025, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, notes, owner, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
Type Webpage KMZ Arc         Metadata         WHSC
Metadata data     txt  data  FAQ  xml data
Navigation data nav      
Times   061.times      

94025 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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