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ID 05022
Also Known As 05022
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientist: Mike Bothner. Data (oxygenprofiler, benthicchambers) of field activity 05022 (H-1-05-BH) in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, United States, North America, from 05/18/2005 to 05/19/2005
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Project/Theme Coastal Geologic Processes and Long-term Environmental Change in the Northeast U.S.
Coastal Change Hazards
Chief Scientist Mike Bothner
Platform Marcus Hanna
Area of Operation Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, United States, North America,, Boston Harbor
Bounding Coordinates
-71.16600     -70.66600
Ports MAY 18, 2005 - Coast Guard Base, Boston
MAY 19, 2005 - Coast Guard Base, Boston
Dates 05/18/2005 (JD 138) to 05/19/2005 (JD 139)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Mike Bothner
Mike Bothner Chief Scientist
Sandy Baldwin
Dann Blackwood
Jonathan Borden
Mike Casso
Marinna Martini
Rick Rendigs
Steve Ruane
Dirk Koopmans
Joanne Goudreau
Bill Martin WHOI
Paul Dupuis Captain
Equipment Used
Exchange moorings, collect sediment cores, and conduct
geochemical experiments at long-term sites in Mass Bay.  Collect
additional cores at long-term monitoring stations in Boston Harbor.
Information to be Derived
Times series data;Samples and Chemical Analysis;Grain size analysis
A large tripod with azide honjo bottles, and two anderson
traps, a small tripod, and a small subsurface mooring with formalin honjo
bottles were deployed on 5/18/05.  Anderson trap 514 had the timer and the
sodium azide poison.  All traps were lost shortly after deployment due to
strong NE storms.  A large subsurface mooring was redeployed on 6/7/05.
Two cores were taken at station 2, and four cores were taken at station 10 on
5/18/05.  Two cores were taken at station BH3 and seven cores were taken at
station 3 on 5/19/05. The oxygen sensor and the benthic chamber were deployed
twice on 5/19/05.  The ship had engine trouble requiring the coring of station
4 to occur at a later time.
Got Help? For 05022, we would appreciate any information on -- activity type, analog materials, contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, national plan, NGDC Info, notes, owner, project number, publications, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, tabulated info.
Type Webpage KMZ Arc         Metadata         WHSC
Geochemical       data
Metadata data     txt  data  FAQ  xml data
Navigation data nav      
Times   050.times      

05022 location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

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