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ID S-I1-09-SC
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center. Chief Scientist: Jon Warrick. Recovery of instrumented tripods and buoys data (acousticdoppler, current profilers, opticalbackscattersensor, transmissometer) of field activity S-I1-09-SC in San Diego to the U.S.-Mexico Border from 02/25/2009 to 02/26/2009
Organization United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center
Project/Theme Applied Sediment Transport
Chief Scientist Jon Warrick
Activity Type Recovery of instrumented tripods and buoys
Platform Robert Gordon Sproul
Area of Operation San Diego to the U.S.-Mexico Border, Southern California
Bounding Coordinates
32.54855
-117.15758    -117.13852
32.54018
Ports LEAVE Scripps Marine Facility, San Diego, CA
ARRIVE Scripps Marine Facility, San Diego, CA
Dates 02/25/2009 (JD 056) to 02/26/2009 (JD 057)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Joanne Thede Ferreira
Crew
Jon Warrick
Joanne Thede Ferreira
Dave Gonzales
Kurt Rosenberger
P. Dal Ferro
Equipment Used
acousticdoppler
current profilers
opticalbackscattersensor
transmissometer
Purpose
Deployment of tripods and buoy to gather time-series data on near-bottom and
water column sediment transport and tidal/wind-driven mixing.  Work is intended
to monitor sediment transport events following sediment placement on the beach
and outflow from the Tijuana River.
Information to be Derived
Time-series data on near-bottom and water column sediment transport and
tidal/wind-driven mixing, effects of flow and bottom stresses on transport rates
Summary
6 stations
Notes
Moorings were deployed during field activity 08044:
08044.
         Inner Shelf Sediment Transport near the Tijuana Estuary
Publications
Warrick, J.A., Rosenberger, K., Lam, A., Ferreira, J., Miller, I.M., Rippy, M.,
Svejkovsky, J., and Mustain, N., 2012, Observations of coastal sediment dynamics
of the Tijuana Estuary Fine Sediment Fate and Transport Demonstration Project,
Imperial Beach, California, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012-1083,
29 p and data files.
http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2012/1083/
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S-I1-09-SC location map of where navigation 

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S-I1-09-SC location map of where navigation 

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