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ID 07019
Also Known As L-1-07-LI
07019
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientists: Larry Poppe,, George Sennefelder, NMFS, NOAA. Data (SEABOSS) of field activity 07019 (L-1-07-LI) in Long Island Sound, New York, Connecticut, United States,North America, North Atlantic from 08/06/2007 to 08/10/2007
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Chief Scientist Larry Poppe
George Sennefelder
Platform Victor Loosanoff
Area of Operation Long Island Sound, New York, Connecticut, United States,, Long Island Sound rica, North Atlantic, Long Island Sound
Bounding Coordinates
41.18833
-72.91667     -72.63333
40.95000
Ports LEAVE Milford, CT
ARRIVE Milford, CT
Dates 08/06/2007 (JD 218) to 08/10/2007 (JD 222)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Larry Poppe
Crew
Larry Poppe Chief Scientist
George Sennefelder NMFS, NOAA, Chief Scientist
Dann Blackwood photographer and SEABOSS tech
George Sennefelder NMFS-NOAA, biologist
Ivar Babb NURC-NOAA, biologist
Robert Alix NMFS-NOAA
Equipment Used
SEABOSS
Purpose
Map distributions of shell-bed habitat adjacent to
point-associated shoals
Information to be Derived
Grain size analysis;Habitat maps;Sea Floor Map;Morphology;
Summary
Cruise was conducted in concert with the Teacher Research
Experience Program; five middle-high school teachers and two
students participated. Bottom photography/sampling stations were
occupied in support of three projects: 1) Roanoke and Herod Points -
23 stations - study of shellbed composition and distribution
adjacent to shore-attached, cape-associated shoals; 2) Charles
Island Shoal - 18 stations - habitat variability appraisal for Ron
Goldberg (NMFS-Milford); and 3) East Shoal - 6 stations -
investigation of sessile forms on an isolated rocky bathymetric high
east of Stratford Shoal for Peter Auster (NURC-NOAA).
Notes
Navigation technique: Differential GPS.
This cruise is affiliated with and partly supported by the NURC Teacher-Research Experience (TRE) Program. Program sponsers include the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Connecticut Sea Grant, and the University of Connecticut. 3 days at sea. 47 stations occupied.
Funding
OFA
Got Help? For 07019, we would appreciate any information on -- activity type, analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, project, project number, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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07019 location map of where navigation 

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