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ID M-2-95-MB
Also Known As 95030
AR-95-02
MCAR95030
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California. Chief Scientists: Mark Pickett, Terry D. Jackson. Biological and Geological and Geophysical data (sidescansonar, uniboom, planktonnet, Rawinsonde, boxcore, bathymetry, tempsalinometer) of field activity M-2-95-MB in Monterey Bay, CA. The area of operations will be the central Californiacoast, within the MBNMS, out to 50 miles. from 05/08/1995 to 05/21/1995
Organization United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Project/Theme Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
National Plan Resource, Environment
Chief Scientist Mark Pickett
Terry D. Jackson
Activity Type Biological and Geological and Geophysical
Platform McArthur
Area of Operation Monterey Bay, CA. The area of operations will be the central California, Monterey Bay, CA thin the MBNMS, out to 50 miles., Monterey Bay, CA
Bounding Coordinates
37.82553
-122.67830    -121.56290
36.00163
Dates 05/08/1995 (JD 128) to 05/21/1995 (JD 141)
Analog Materials list
Crew
Aaron King Cruise Leader, MBNMS
Allison Gong Technician, UCSC
Andy Stevenson Scientist, USGS Western Region
Bob Hall Scientist, EPA
Brenda Konar Diver, UCSC
Brian Edwards Scientist, USGS Western Region
Carol Stoker Scientist, NASA
Dave Hogg Technician, USGS Western Region
David Brooks Scientist, UCSC
Don Barch Technician, NASA
Don Canestro Divemaster, UCSC
Don Potts Scientist/diver, M/UK
Fran Hostettler Scientist, USGS Western Region
Gary Greene Scientist, MLML
Giacomo Bernardi Scientist, UCSC
Hank Chezar Technician, USGS Western Region
Homa Lee Scientist, USGS Western Region
Jim Tait Scientist, UCSC
Jim Gardner Scientist, USGS Western Region
Jodi Schwarz Technician, UCSC
John Gann Technician, USGS Western Region
John Pearse Scientist/diver, UCSC
Kaye Kinoshita Scientist, USGS Western Region
Ken Israel Technician, USGS Western Region
Kenneth Vicknair Diver, UCSC
Kevin O'Toole Technician, USGS Western Region
Kirsten Lindstron Diver, UCSC
Lani Watson Scientist, UCSC
Larry Kooker Technician, USGS Western Region
Ledabeth Pickthorn Scientist, USGS Western Region
Marinna Martini Technician, USGS Western Region
Mark Pickett Chief Scientist, MBNMS
Marlene Noble Scientist, USGS Western Region
Mary Hogan Technician, UCSC
Mary McGann Scientist, USGS Western Region
Michelle Paddack Technician, UCSC
Mike Boyle Technician, USGS Western Region
Mike Kenner Diver, UCSC
Mike Torresan Scientist, USGS Western Region
Miranda Sanders Diver, UCSC
Monty Hampton Scientist, USGS Western Region
Nichole Crane Diver, UCSC
Nick Ladizinsky Technician, UCSC
Nicole Kleinsinger Technician, UCSC
Patrick Cotter Scientist, MBNMS/CCC
Paul Oosterling Scientist, NPS
Pete Dartnell Scientist, USGS Western Region
Richard Lind Scientist, NPS
Rob Kayen Scientist, USGS Western Region
Roberto Anima Scientist, USGS Western Region
Ross Hein Diver/technician, UCSC
Steve Eittreim Scientist, USGS Western Region
Steve Lonhart Diver, UCSC
Steve Taylor Scientist, NPS
Stewart Lamerdin Technician, CDFG
Terry Astrid Diver, UCSC
Terry D. Jackson Chief Scientist, MBNMS
Thomas Schulz Technician, UCSC
Todd Newberry Scientist, UCSC
Walt Olson Technician, USGS Western Region
Wendell Nuss Scientist, NPS
Equipment Used
sidescansonar
uniboom
planktonnet
Rawinsonde
boxcore
bathymetry
tempsalinometer
Purpose
Scientific Objectives
    Objectives of the cruise are to conduct numerous studies
    to further the scientific knowledge of the MBNMS to enhance
    Sanctuary management and resource stewardship.
Summary
Overview Of Operations: Government and academic scientists affiliated
with the MBNMS, Office of Coastal Ocean Resources, NOS, will conduct several
studies aboard the NOAA ship McArthur in two separate legs, the first leg from
April 2 to April 15, 1995, and the second leg from May 9 to May 21, 1995.
Notes
Associated activities:

  M-1-93-MB
  J-1-94-MB
  J-2-95-MB   J-6-95-MB   M-2-95-MB   P-1-95-MB   P-3-95-MB   R-1-95-MB
  M-1-96-MB
  J-1-97-MB   J-3-97-MB
  A-4-98-MB   J-3-98-MB   J-4-98-MB
For raw and intermediate data sets, contact Rani Nandiwada
Equipment notes: sidescansonar with all associated equipment (1m x .3m x .3 m in size, 100 khz frequency, about 90 db output; winch occupies a 2 m square foot print on deck.) uniboom with all associated equipment (a surface-towed sled, 1.5 m square, hand-deployed over the fantail, 1khz frequency, about 100 db output) planktonnet: (they consist of metal rings 0,5 or 1.0 meters in diameter plus a 2-meter long mesh bag) and associated sampling equipment rawinsonde system driftbuoy boxcore: two box coring systems (big blue which gives a 40 cm by 40 cm sample and a standard nel box corer which gives a 20 cm by 30 cm sample) - both weigh about 1500 lbs sis1000: chirp seismic-reflection profiler with all associated equipment (eg-winch). The chirp system (datasonics cap-6000) fish weighs 300 lbs in air and is about 0.75 m long. The lab consoles are two 9" racks, each about 22" high. They weight about 100 lbs total. The fish transmits a swept band from 1 to 10 khz and has an output of about 200 db referenced to 1m. bathymetry: depthsounder planktonnet: planktontrawl bathymetry: bathymetric and navigation equipment tempsalinometer: seacats
Publications
Eittreim, Stephen L., and Noble, Marlene, editors, 2002, Seafloor
geology and natural environment of the Monterey Bay National Marine
Sanctuary: Marine Geology, v. 181
http://www.sciencedirect.com/

Journals > m > Marine Geology > Volumes 181 - 190 > Volume 181, Issues 1-3

Wong, F.L., and Eittreim, S.L., 2001, Continental Shelf GIS for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 01-179, 1 CDROM, http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/ open-file/of01-179/
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M-2-95-MB location map of where navigation 

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