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ID 08037
Also Known As T-37-08-LI
08037
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientists: John Bratton,, Henry Bokuniewicz, Stony Brook Univ. Sampling, Continuous resistivity profiling data (Navigation-GPS, Sensors-temperature, Sensors-salinity, Sensors-pressure, SuperSting and cables, piezometer pumps, YSIs and InSitu sonde, Seepage meters) of field activity 08037 (T-37-08-LI) in Great South Bay, Long Island, New York, United States from 09/22/2008 to 10/03/2008
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Project/Theme Coastal Groundwater Systems
Chief Scientist John Bratton
Henry Bokuniewicz
Activity Type Sampling
Continuous resistivity profiling
Platform Terrapin
Owner Usgs-woods Hole
Area of Operation Great South Bay, Long Island, New York, United States, Long Island Sound
Bounding Coordinates
41.25000
-74.00000     -71.75000
40.75000
Ports LEAVE Patchogue, NY
ARRIVE Patchogue, NY
Dates 09/22/2008 (JD 266) to 10/03/2008 (JD 277)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Veeann Cross
T370BLI Adrian Green
T370BLI Sandy Baldwin
Crew
John Bratton Chief Scientist
Henry Bokuniewicz Stony Brook Univ, Chief Scientist
Chuck Worley CRP surveying, captain
John Crusius piezometer transect and radioisotope sampling
Kevin Kroeger distributed piezometer sampling
Adrian Green piezometer transect sampling
Wally Brooks piezometer transect sampling
Sandy Baldwin distributed piezometer sampling
Mike Casso piezometer sampling
Ruth Coffey Stony Brook Univ., seepage meter studies
Equipment Used
Navigation-GPS
Sensors-temperature
Sensors-salinity
Sensors-pressure
SuperSting and cables
piezometer pumps
YSIs and InSitu sonde
Seepage meters
Purpose
Continuous resistivity profiling, groundwater sampling,
sediment sampling, surface-water sampling, radon time series
Information to be Derived
Time series data
Samples and Chemical Analysis
Summary
Work performed consisted of CRP surveys with the new 15-m
streamer in shore-perpendicular transects in the areas of Patchogue
Bay, the south shore of Great South Bay (near wilderness area/Smith
Point, and Watch Hill to Talisman), and west of Heckscher State
Park.  Distributed piezometer sampling was performed along the shore
of Patchogue Bay, and an intensive piezometer transect was sampled
adjacent to Shorefront Park in Patchogue bewteen the outfall of
Little Creek to the east, and the Ocean Ave. pier to the west.
Piezometer transect locations extended from the beach out to 30 m
offshore, and down to a maximum depth of 9 m.  The piezometer
samples revealed a zone of low-salinity groundwater that extended
offshore as far out as was sampled, confined by what was interpreted
as buried salt marsh peat in the shallow subsurface.  Seepage meters
were also deployed at this site by a team from Stony Brook
University, and revealed substantial discharge in the subsurface.  A
radon time series was also collected from a raft anchored offshore
in this area.  Additional work planned for FY2009 includes nutrient
analysis of samples collected in the last field effort, and
additional work farther offshore and along the north side of Fire
Island in the spring-summer of 2009.
Notes
12 days at sea.
Data types: Notes/logs
Photos
Samples/cores
Oceanographic Measurement (time series)
Resistivity
Other geochemical
Photos
Samples/cores
Oceanographic Measurement (time series)
Resistivity
Other geochemical
Navigation technique: gps
216 km of continuous data.
Related Web Sites:
Continuous data km above for CRP includes this field effort,
as well as the Great South Bay portion of the previous field effort
in May 2008 (FA#08007), which made use of a 50-m CRP streamer.
Project Number
08-2921-OI467
Funding
USGS-CMGP and USGS-NPS-WQPP
Got Help? For 08037, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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Navigation data nav      
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08037 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

 
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