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ID S-6-08-SC
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center. Chief Scientist: Sam Johnson. Geophysical data of field activity S-6-08-SC in Morro Bay, CA from 06/09/2008 to 06/27/2008
Organization United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center
Chief Scientist Sam Johnson
Activity Type Geophysical
Platform Parke Snavely
Area of Operation Morro Bay, CA, Southern California
Bounding Coordinates
35.44563
-121.05149    -120.64456
35.01894
Dates 06/09/2008 (JD 161) to 06/27/2008 (JD 179)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Peter Triezenberg
Purpose
Marine seismic reflection data are used to image and map sedimentary and 
structural features of the seafloor and subsurface. These data were acquired in 
in the offshore areas between Cayucos and Pismo Beach from the nearshore (~6 m 
depth) to just west of the Hosgri Fault Zone, in support of the California State 
Waters Mapping Program and the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement 
(CRADA) between Pacific Gas & Electric Company and the U.S. Geological Survey. 
The specific objective of this seismic survey is to provide seismic reflection 
images and magnetic anomaly maps of the depositional geometry of the upper 50 m 
of subbottom stratigraphy in order to better understand the mechanisms of 
sediment transport and deposition. Another objective of the survey is to 
identify offsets in sedimentary strata and basement rocks to characterize 
important fault properties. These seismic profiles provide high-quality images 
with approximately 1 m of vertical resolution and up to 120 m of subbottom 
penetration.
Notes
planned activity; 9 days
Publications
Sliter, Ray W., Triezenberg, Peter J., Hart, Patrick E., Watt, Janet T., 
Johnson, Samuel Y., and Scheirer, Daniel S.,
2009, revised 2010,
High-resolution seismic reflection and marine magnetic data along the Hosgri 
Fault Zone, central California:
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009-1100, version 1.1 URL:
http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2009/1100/

Publication Map link:
http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2009/1100/survey_map.html
Got Help? For S-6-08-SC, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, crew, days at sea, dive count, equipment used, funding, information to be derived, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, ports, project, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, summary, tabulated info.
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Navigation data nav    
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S-6-08-SC location map of where navigation 

equipment operated
S-6-08-SC location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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