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ID I-6-90-AT
Also Known As AMASSEDS
Abstract Universidade Federal Fluminense,United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California,State University of New York. Chief Scientists: Mead Allison, Gilberto Dias. Geophysical data (Geoprobe, seismic) of field activity I-6-90-AT in Amazon Shelf, Atlantic Ocean from 05/01/1990 to 05/07/1990
Organization Universidade Federal Fluminense
United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
State University of New York
Chief Scientist Mead Allison
Gilberto Dias
Activity Type Geophysical
Platform Columbus Iselin
Area of Operation Amazon Shelf, Atlantic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean
Bounding Coordinates
19.75000
-59.75000     -29.75000
-9.75000
Ports leave Belem, Brazil
arrive Belem, Brazil
Dates 05/01/1990 (JD 121) to 05/07/1990 (JD 127)
Analog Materials list
Crew
Mead Allison Chief Scientist, MSRC, SUNY
Geoffrey Pierson Student, MSRC, SUNY
George Tate Technician, USGS
Joanne Thede Ferreira Technician, USGS
Jim Nicholson Technician, USGS
Chris Sherwood Technician, USGS
Brien Perrodin Technician, MSRC, SUNY
Gilberto Dias Co-chief Scientist, UFF
Odete Silveira Graduate Student, UFPA
Newton Costa Student, UFPA
Nelson Carnerro Naval Observer, DHN
Equipment Used
Geoprobe
seismic
Purpose
To study the movement of sediment particles in the water column, the
accumulation of sediment particles on the seabed, and the effects that sediment
particles have on geochemical processes in the water column and seabed.
Information to be Derived
High resolution seismic profiles
Summary
Geophysical equipment was successfully tested and approximately 280 km
of high resolution seismic profiles were obtained. The recovery of an
instrumented-tripod (GEOPROBE) off the sea bottom was attempted but without
success.
Publications
Rine, James M. and Nittrouer, Charles A. 1990. Report on field measurements and
sampling during AmasSeds Cruise III - CI9004. Marine Sciences Research Center,
State University of New York, NY. November 1990. 135 p.
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