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ID I-5-90-AT
Also Known As AMASSEDS_CRUISE_II
C19002
Abstract Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,University of Washington,United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California,Federal University of Para,Federal University of Fluminense,Brazilian Geological Survey. Chief Scientist: Gail Kineke. Recovery data (Geoprobe) of field activity I-5-90-AT in Amazon Shelf from 03/26/1990 to 03/30/1990
Organization Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
University of Washington
United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Federal University of Para
Federal University of Fluminense
Brazilian Geological Survey
Chief Scientist Gail Kineke
Activity Type Recovery
Platform Columbus Iselin
Area of Operation Amazon Shelf, Atlantic Ocean
Bounding Coordinates
19.75000
-59.75000     -29.75000
-9.75000
Ports leave Belem, Brazil
arrive Belem, Brazil
Dates 03/26/1990 (JD 085) to 03/30/1990 (JD 089)
Analog Materials list
Crew
Gail Kineke Chief Scientist, University of Washington
Enrico Pedroso Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Fluminense
Virginia Wanderley Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Fluminense
Claudio Reis Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Fluminense
Regina Celi De A. Guarany Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Fluminense
Paulo Lima Geologist, Brasilian Geological Survey
Henrique Lopes Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Para
Felipe Reis Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Para
Katia Cavalcante Undergraduate Student, Federal University of Fluminense
George Tate Unspecified Investigator, USGS
Joanne Thede Ferreira Unspecified Investigator, USGS
Richard Limeburner Unspecified Investigator, WHOI
Equipment Used
Geoprobe
Purpose
To recover the GEOPROBE.
Summary
The recovery of the GEOPROBE was attempted without success from the
vicinity of the M-2 mooring. The GEOPROBE is designed to be recovered by reeling
in a cable attached to a float which is designed to rise to the surface when an
acoustic release mechanism (100 kHz) attached to the GEOPROBE tripod is
activated by a signal from the recovery ship. As during Leg 4, signal commands
were sent to the acoustic release system without success but a responding signal
from the GEOPROBE indicated the tripod was inplace and probably still operable.
Recovery was then attempted by dragging the seabottom with grappling hooks.
Recovery operations were suspended until Leg 1 of Cruise 3 (1 May - 8 May 1990).
Publications
Rine, James M. and Nittrouer, Charles A. 1990. Report on field measurements and 
sampling during AmasSeds Cruise II - CI9002. Marine Sciences Research Center, 
State University of New York, NY. November 1990. 94 p.
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