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ID 2010-079-FA
Also Known As K-79-10-DL
2010-079-FA
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientist: John Bratton. Continuous resistivity profiling data (SuperSting box and streamers) of field activity 2010-079-FA (K-79-10-DL) in Indian River Bay, Delaware, United States, North America, North Atlantic from 10/04/2010 to 10/08/2010
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Chief Scientist John Bratton
Activity Type Continuous resistivity profiling
Platform Knob
Area of Operation Indian River Bay, Delaware, United States, North America, North Atlantic, Delaware
Bounding Coordinates
38.62197
-75.21652     -75.05516
38.57179
Ports LEAVE Indian River Marina, Rehoboth Beach, DE
ARRIVE Indian River Marina, Rehoboth Beach, DE
Dates 10/04/2010 (JD 277) to 10/08/2010 (JD 281)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Veeann Cross
Crew
John Bratton Chief Scientist
Joel Banaszak Univ. of Toledo (graduate student)
Equipment Used
SuperSting box and stream (ers)
Purpose
Repeat CRP survey of the lines covered in 2010-006-FA using similar equipment 
and personnel.
Information to be Derived
Bathymetric maps;Continuous resistivity profiling data and related surface water 
parameters (salinity/conductivity, temperature)
Summary
4 Oct 2010 (Monday): Bratton and Bergeron drove from Woods Hole to Delaware, 
launched boat, and set up gear--too windy to survey.  5 Oct 2010: began 
surveying but CRP equipment problems prevented collection of any good data, 
returned to marina to troubleshoot and ended early with no progress.  6 Oct 
2010: Joel Banaszak arrived with backup CRP gear from Univ. of Toledo; completed 
approximately 9 hrs of surveying (10 lines E-W and N-S).  7 Oct 2010: completed 
approx. 7 hrs of surveying of bay perimeter and tight grid at Holts Landing; bad 
weather and eqpt trouble ended surveying early; most CRP data collected was 
corrupt upon downloading; demobilized gear and pulled boat out of the water on 
trailer. 8 Oct 2010: drove back to Woods Hole.  After processing, most CRP data 
collected appeared to be of low quality or unusable; navigation, bathymetry, and 
water quality data were all good.  Planned repeat of survey is for September or 
October of 2011.
Notes
Platform Owner:
USGS-Woods Hole
Platform Captain:
John Bratton
Sponsoring Office:
Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Affiliate Principal and Organization (if any):
Holly Michael, Univ. of Delaware (not in the field); David Krantz, Univ. of 
Toledo (not in the field)
Number of days at sea:
5
 Major Center Equipment Required:
Bathymetry, Navigation - GPS, Navigation - HYPACK, Sensors - temperature and 
salinity, Electrical resistivity equipment (SuperSting box, 50-m streamer, 
fathometer, laptops, batteries, etc.)
 Equipment Required from Other Sources:
Backup SuperSting box and streamers
Navigation Methods:
gps;Hypack
Data Types:
Bathymetric, Other geochemical, Location/Navigation, Notes/Logs, Resistivity,
Degree of Certainty:
100%
Continuous Data (in km):
0
Number of Stations Occupied:
0
Number of Submersible Dives:
0
Related Web Sites:
http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/infobank/k/k610dl/html/k-6-10-dl.meta.html ; 
http://info.ngwa.org/GWOL/pdf/042979921.pdf ; 
http://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/22686.php
Science Strategy:
Ecosystems;Water Census;
Notes:
Additional related groundwater sampling was performed at Holts Landing by Kevin 
Kroeger from USGS-Woods Hole and Univ. of Delaware students.
Submitted By:
John Bratton
Report Date:
2010-11-30
Project Number
2921-0I456
Funding
USGS-CMGP and NSF
Got Help? For 2010-079-FA, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, project, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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2010-079-FA location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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