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ID B-4-07-PS
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center. Chief Scientist: Renee Takesue. Turbidity and Wave Sensor Deployment data (opticalbackscattersensor, handsamplegrab) of field activity B-4-07-PS in Poulsbo, WA from 04/18/2007 to 04/18/2007
Organization United States Geological Survey, Pacific Science Center
Project/Theme Multi-Disciplinary Coastal Habitats in Puget Sound
Chief Scientist Renee Takesue
Activity Type Turbidity and Wave Sensor Deployment
Platform Boat
Area of Operation Poulsbo, WA, Puget Sound, WA
Bounding Coordinates
-125.75000    -122.25000
Ports LEAVE Poulsbo, WA
ARRIVE Poulsbo, WA
Dates 04/18/2007 (JD 108) to 04/18/2007 (JD 108)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Renee Takesue
Renee Takesue
Jessie Lacy
Chris Curran
Equipment Used
Measure time series of waves & turbidity
Information to be Derived
1- mo. time series of waves & turbidity
In situ Self-Logging Optical
Backscatter sensors (SLOBS) were deployed on the west side of Point Bolin, WA
and at Sandy Hook, WA.  Surface grain size samples were collected at each site.
The Pt. Bolin SLOB was deployed in a Zostera marina bed (eelgrass) at
approximately -1.2 feet (MLLW) water with the sensor 7.5 inches above the
sediment surface.  The Sandy Hook SLOB was deployed in a Z. marina bed
(eelgrass) at approximately -2 feet (MLLW) with the sensor 13 inches above the
sediment surface.  Sensors cleaned weekly.
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