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ID S-1-04-MU
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California. Chief Scientist: Greg Piniak. Sampling data (fluorometer, lightsensor, navigation, oxygenprofiler, samples, sedimenttrap, temperature) of field activity S-1-04-MU in Maui, HI from 02/16/2004 to 02/26/2004
Organization United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Project/Theme Mendenhall Research
Chief Scientist Greg Piniak
Activity Type Sampling
Area of Operation Maui, HI
Bounding Coordinates
21.00000
-156.75000    -155.75000
20.25000
Ports LEAVE Maalaea, Maui
ARRIVE Maalaea, Maui
Dates 02/16/2004 (JD 047) to 02/26/2004 (JD 057)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Greg Piniak
Equipment Used
fluorometer
lightsensor
navigation
oxygenprofiler
samples
sedimenttrap
temperature
Purpose
measure coral growth rates under sediment stress
Information to be Derived
coral growth rates and characterization of physical environment; coral
photosynthetic rates; coral fluorometry

Feb 16: arrive Maui
Feb 17: field tour for Mike Field, Mike Carr, Dawn Lavoie
Feb 18: lab work at Maui Ocean Center
Feb 19: collect translplants and sediment traps from Maalaea Harbor, do coral buoyant weights
Feb 20: photosynthesis chamber experiment with corals from Triangle and boat dock.
Feb 21: collect new corals from Triangle, do buoyant weights
Feb 22: deploy new transplants and sediment traps. Abandon sites at Olowalu and East mole 1, establish new site at East mole 2.
Feb 23: snorkel tour of harbor with Ilsa Kuffner; do PAM trials in laboratory at Maui Ocean Center.
Feb 24: buoyant weights for surviving Sugar Beach corals; download oxygen and light data from photosynthesis trials.
Feb 25: Calibrate PAM light meter with a Licor LI-192SA. Field trial for PAM at the Pali with Maui Ocean Center staff.
Transplant site; location; depth (m)
Olowalu 20d 48.586'N, 156d 36.674'W 2 meters
Sugar Beach 20d 47.222'N, 156d 28.250'W 2 meters
Malaea dock 20d 47.460N, 156d 30.800'W 2 meters
Malaea Triangle 20d 47.467'N, 156d 30.688'W 2 meters
Malaea East mole 1 20d 47.433'N, 156d 30.607'W 2 meters
Malaea East mole 2 20d 47.488'N, 156d 30.599'W 2.5 meters
Photosynthesis site; location; depth (m)
Malaea harbor master; not available
Field trial for PAM location depth (m)
the Pali (location not available, it's a Maui Ocean Center site) 13
Got Help? For S-1-04-MU, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, crew, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, notes, owner, platform, project number, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, summary, tabulated info.
Type Webpage KMZ Arc         Metadata        
Metadata data     txt  data  FAQ  xml
Navigation data nav    
Samples data samp    
Times   050.times    

S-1-04-MU location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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