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ID 09011
Also Known As P-11-09-MA
09011
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientists: Mike Bothner, Carl Lamborg, WHOI. Sampling data (Niskin bottles, Corer-gravity, YSI water columm profiler, Submersible, B&W camera, Navigation-GPS) of field activity 09011 (P-11-09-MA) in Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States, North America from 01/26/2009 to 01/27/2009
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Project/Theme Coastal Geologic Processes and Long-term Environmental Change in the Northeast U.S.
Chief Scientist Mike Bothner
Carl Lamborg
Activity Type Sampling
Area of Operation Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States, North America, Massachusetts
Bounding Coordinates
42.75000
-73.75000     -68.25000
41.25000
Dates 01/26/2009 (JD 026) to 01/27/2009 (JD 027)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Mike Casso
Crew
Mike Bothner Chief Scientist
Carl Lamborg WHOI, Chief Scientist
Mike Bothner (chief scientist)
Dann Blackwood (core recovery and P1109MA photographic specialist)
Wally Brooks (YSI profiling specialist)
Kathleen Munson
Paul Drevnick water, core collection, MeHg analysis
Equipment Used
Niskin bottles
Corer-gravity
YSI water columm profiler
Submersible
B&W camera
Navigation-GPS
Purpose
Obtain water samples and cores of bottom sediment for the study of
mercury concentrations, chemical forms and deposition history in coastal
environments.
Information to be Derived
Samples and Chemical Analysis
Summary
Three excellent cores were collected in a gradient from anoxic to oxic
conditions in the bottom water.  Water samples were collected at each of
the three locations.
Notes
2 days at sea.
Data types: Other geochemical: Radio-isotopes on sediment cores by gamma 
counting,
methyl mercury and total mercury analysis of sediments and water, profiles
of water column properties.
Navigation technique: gps
Occupied 3 stations.
Related Web Sites:
Ice thickness was greater than 5 inches.  Safety equipment included
buoyant surfboard, life jackets, ice claws, ice anchors, rope, and a
toboggan to distribute weight near an open hole.
Project Number
2921-BOF70
Funding
USGS
Got Help? For 09011, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, platform, ports, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
Type Webpage KMZ Arc         Metadata         WHSC
Geochemical       data
Metadata data     txt  data  FAQ  xml data
Navigation data nav      
Times   050.times      

09011 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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