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ID 00SCC01
Also Known As G-2-00-LA
Abstract University of New Orleans,United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida,Louisiana Department of Natural Resources,United States Army Corps of Engineers. Chief Scientist: Jack Kindinger. Vibracoring data (vibratingcore) of field activity 00SCC01 (G-2-00-LA) in Barataria Basin, Northern Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana from 05/03/2000 to 05/11/2000
Organization University of New Orleans
United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida
Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
United States Army Corps of Engineers
Project/Theme Subsidence and Coastal Change
Coastal Change Hazards
Chief Scientist Jack Kindinger
Activity Type Vibracoring
Platform Gilbert
Area of Operation Barataria Basin, Northern Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana, Louisiana
Bounding Coordinates
-90.07200     -89.81000
Ports leave Grand Isle, Louisiana -Sand Dollar Marina
arrive Grand Isle, Louisiana -Sand Dollar Marina
Dates 05/03/2000 (JD 124) to 05/11/2000 (JD 132)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Kate Ciembronowicz
Chandra Dreher
Jack Kindinger Chief Scientist, USGS - St. Petersburg
Jim Flocks Geologist, USGS - St. Petersburg
Dave Bennett Boat Captain (05/03/00- 05/09/00), USGS - St. Petersburg
Rick Young Boat Captain (05/09/00- 05/11/00), USGS - St. Petersburg
Mike Stallings Crew, USGS - St. Petersburg
Equipment Used
Characterization of the Geological Framework, Mapping sediment
distribution, and locating offshore sand resources.
Information to be Derived
Vibracores used to derive high-resolution sedimentation distribution
and thickness; to locate sand deposits to be used in Louisiana beach
renourishment projects.
A total of 227 vibracores were collected during this project. Cruise 00SCC01 
contains vibracore samples BSS00-01 through BSS00-64.
These FACS logs were generated by Chandra Dreher in June of 2003, using
the handwritten logbooks and personal accounts of the scientist and crewmembers.
These data can be accessed using the Louisiana Sedimentary and Environmental 
Database Internet Map Server (LASED IMS) located on line at:
Kindinger, J., Flocks, J., Kulp, M., Penland, S., and Britsch, L.D., 2002,
Sand resources, regional geology, and coastal processes for the restoration
of the Barataria barrier shoreline: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report
01-384, 68 p., 2 CD-ROMs
Got Help? For 00SCC01, we would appreciate any information on -- analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, owner, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
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Navigation data nav    
Samples data samp    
Times   010.times    

00SCC01 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

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