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ID 2010-072-FA
Also Known As R-72-10-MA
2010-072-FA
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientist: Jane Denny. Seafloor mapping;Seafloor mapping; data of field activity 2010-072-FA (R-72-10-MA) in Muskeget Channel, Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts, United States, North America, North Atlantic from 10/04/2010 to 10/15/2010
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Chief Scientist Jane Denny
Activity Type Seafloor mapping;Seafloor mapping;
Platform Rafael
Area of Operation Muskeget Channel, Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts, United States, North America, North Atlantic, Massachusetts
Bounding Coordinates
41.36959
-70.43198     -70.32349
41.30567
Ports LEAVE 12. End Port:
ARRIVE 2010-10-04
Dates 10/04/2010 (JD 277) to 10/15/2010 (JD 288)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Bill Danforth
Jane Denny
Crew
Jane Denny Chief Scientist
Purpose
Collect bathymetric data within Muskeget Channel and surrounding area
Information to be Derived
Bathymetric maps;
Summary
Approximately 175 km of swath bathymetric data were collected within Muskeget 
Channel and adjacent areas to map the topography.
Notes
Sponsoring Office:
Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Number of days at sea:
4
 Major Center Equipment Required:
Bathymetry - SWATHplus-M 234 kHz,Backscatter - SWATHplus-M 234 kHz
Navigation Methods:
RTK-GPS
Data Types:
Bathymetric,
Degree of Certainty:
100%
Continuous Data (in km):
175
Number of Stations Occupied:
0
Number of Submersible Dives:
0
Science Strategy:
None;
Notes:
3 days of surveying are needed.  A two-week period is reserved in case of 
weather.  3 days will also be needed at the end of October.
Due to windy conditions, cruise dates were extended into the first 2 weeks of 
October
Submitted By:
Jane Denny
Report Date:
2010-12-03
Project Number
2921-DYN03
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2010-072-FA location map of where navigation 

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