Pacific Coastal & Marine Science Center
National Seafloor Mapping and Benthic Habitat Studies
Home - Introduction - Images - Products - Data - Applications - Publications - Contacts - Cooperators
Return to the Gull Island Home Page
Click on the arrows within the index map below or the thumbnail images to view the perspective views.
Larger View (176 kb)
Oblique view looking southwest toward Gull Island Reef. The front of the arcuate ridge (A) and radiating parallel ridges (B) of gravel and boulders are emphasized in this view. Also seen is the sand sheet draping the rough substrate (C). The vertical exaggeration is 4x and the distance across the bottom of the image is about 2.5 km.
Larger View (172 kb)
Oblique view of Gull Island Reef looking north. The arcuate pattern of the reef (A) is replicated in a step-like fashion into deep water (D). The ridge crest (A) is composed of boulders and cobbles as seen in video data (Guy Fleischer, NOAA, Seattle, Washington, personal commun., 2002). The vertical exaggeration is 4x and the distance across the bottom of the image is about 2.0 km.