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Seafloor Bottom Photographs

Sample selection of bottom photographs taken along 1994 camera tracklines. The camera, towed on an underwater sled, has a 50-degree angle of view. Depending on the height of the camera above the seafloor, the photos range from 3 to 5 m across the frame.

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Go to a complete selection of 1994 seafloor bottom photographs.

Sample selection of bottom photographs taken at 1995 box core locations. In these photos, a laser beam light system marks two lines on the seafloor that are 7.5 cm apart, and are used for scale.

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(NOTE: Files are approximately 1.5 Mb in size).

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Go to a complete selection of 1995 seafloor bottom photographs

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Michael E. Torresan

U.S. Geological Survey
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Menlo Park, CA 94025



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