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USGS CMG "Crew" Definition

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This explains the occurence of crew information in InfoBank Rowing a boat

  • Crew information occurs in the CMG InfoBank as:
    • metadata -- information about names and affiliations of scientific staff and ship's crew, such as:
      biologist, chief scientist, computer analyst, data curator, electrical engineer, electronics technician, geochemist, geologist, geophysicist, mechanical technician, navigator, oceanographer, photographer, unspecified investigator, watchstander, chief engineer, chief mate, or ship captain.

  • InfoBank crew file names:
  • A "time" key is associated with each record for correlation with other information datasets.

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