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ID L-1-97-SF
Also Known As TIB97
Abstract Chief Scientist: Dave Cacchione. Geoprobe Deployment data (Geoprobe, MarshMcBirney, temperature, pressuresensor, opticalbackscattersensor, transmissometer, altimeter, ADP, sidescansonar, CTDmeter) of field activity L-1-97-SF in San Francisco Bay, CA from 12/06/1997 to 12/06/1997
Chief Scientist Dave Cacchione
Activity Type Geoprobe Deployment
Platform White Lightning
Area of Operation San Francisco Bay, CA
Bounding Coordinates
37.88667
-122.43717    -122.43717
37.88667
Dates 12/06/1997 (JD 340) to 12/06/1997 (JD 340)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Joanne Thede Ferreira
Crew
Dave Cacchione Chief Scientist, USGS Western Region
Dave Rubin Geologist, USGS Western Region
Joanne Thede Ferreira Geophysicist, USGS Western Region
George Tate Geologist, USGS Western Region
Rick Viall Electronics Technician, USGS Western Region
Equipment Used
Geoprobe
MarshMcBirney
temperature
pressuresensor
opticalbackscattersensor
transmissometer
altimeter
ADP
sidescansonar
CTDmeter
Summary
The tripod was deployed on the bay floor for 11 days, measuring water
currents and other oceanographic parameters and recording thousands of rotating
sidescan images to track the movement of underwater sand dunes. The project is
part of a larger study designed to reveal how sediment and pollutants move
through San Francisco Bay.
Notes
Expected date of recovery 12/17/97.
Instruments in geoprobe instrument package:
4 marsh-mcbirney electromagnetic current meters (1/2 hr. measurements),
2 temperature sensors (1/2 hr. measurements),
1 parascientific pressure sensor (1/2 hr. measurements),
5 optical backscattering sensors (1/2 hr. measurements),
3 led transmissometers(1/2 hr. measurements),
1 bottom-looking altimeter (1/2 hr. measurements),
1 upward-looking acoustic doppler profiler (continuous 10 minute averages),
1 rotating sidescan sonar (1/2 hr. measurements),
1 ocean sensors ctd (5 minute measurements)
Got Help? For L-1-97-SF, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, information to be derived, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, organization, owner, ports, project, project number, publications, purpose, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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