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ID 09WCC01
Also Known As A-W1-09-LA
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Florida Integrated Science Center, Saint Petersburg (Coastal and Marine Geology Program). Chief Scientist: Jim Flocks. Coring feasibility study data of field activity 09WCC01 (A-W1-09-LA) in Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge, Grand Chenier, LA from 04/29/2009 to 04/30/2009
Organization United States Geological Survey, Florida Integrated Science Center, Saint Petersburg (Coastal and Marine Geology Program)
Project/Theme Wetlands and Coastal Change
Chief Scientist Jim Flocks
Activity Type Coring feasibility study
Platform Air Boat
Area of Operation Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge, Grand Chenier, LA, Louisiana
Bounding Coordinates
33.25000
-94.75000     -88.25000
28.25000
Ports LEAVE Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge, LA
ARRIVE Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge, LA
Dates 04/29/2009 (JD 119) to 04/30/2009 (JD 120)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Chandra Dreher
Kathryn Smith
Leigh Anne Sharp,LDNR
Greg Steyer, USGS/NWRC
Purpose
Feasibility study to address wetland change affected by flooding through
subsidence, sea-level rise, and storm impact on the Chenier plain.
Information to be Derived
Environmental variables: depth to 60 cm, vegetation, grain-size, total carbon,
salinity, elevation, pH, diatoms, foraminifera.
Summary
Nine peat cores and nine push cores were collected during this field activity.
Notes
D. Wagner and J. Sanford created a chilled transport storage device. M. Marot
provided push-coring equipment. J. Bernier and K. Kelso provided peat-coring
equipment, M. McLaughlin and N. Buster provided expertise in X-raying cores for
analysis. L. Sharp (LDNR), G. Steyer (USGS/NWRC)  Airboat, extra push core
equipment, YSI, and GPS.  09WCC01_Core # (01-09) A/B
A= Push core, B= Peat core
Airboat (LDNR & LDWF)
Version 2.1
Assessment of wetland storm impact, recovery, coastal change, and subsi
dence on the Chenier plain / Wetlands and Coastal Change.
Got Help? For 09WCC01, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, crew, days at sea, dive count, equipment used, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, project number, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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09WCC01 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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