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ID L-3-76-WO
Also Known As LEE376WO
Abstract Chief Scientist: Parke Snavely. Geophysical data (3dot5khz, 10khz, 2channelairgun, uniboom, gravity, transitsatellite, integratednavigation, airgunarcer, 24channel, Digitrack, gradiometer) of field activity L-3-76-WO in Washington to Vancouver Island, British Columbia from 06/11/1976 to 06/20/1976
Chief Scientist Parke Snavely
Activity Type Geophysical
Platform Samuel Phillips Lee
Area of Operation Washington to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Washington-Oregon
Bounding Coordinates
-126.75775    -124.07390
Ports leave Redwood City, CA
arrive Eureka, CA
leave Eureka, CA
arrive Seattle, WA
Dates 06/11/1976 (JD 163) to 06/20/1976 (JD 172)
Analog Materials list
Art Grantz Geologist
Bob Brune Geophysicist
Byron Ruppel Geophysicist
Dave Aldridge Watchstander
Dave Scholl Geologist
Diane Minasian Geologist
Don Tompkins Geophysicist
Gary Boucher Geophysicist
Graig McHendrie Geophysicist
Jim Nicholson Electronics Technician
Jim Pearl Geologist
Jim Yount Geologist
Joe Edwards Mechanical Technician
Jon Erickson Mechanical Technician
Mike Fisher Geophysicist
Parke Snavely Chief Scientist
Pat McCrory Geologist
Paul Twichell Mechanical Technician
R. Slettene Geophysicist
Ray Wells Geologist
Roland Von Huene Geophysicist
S. Kenndy Electronics Technician
Terry Kelley Electronics Technician
Terry Ruff Ship Captain
Equipment Used
Seismic reflection and magnetic data across the continental margin
NGDC Overview
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MCG Data Collection ID ---         L376WO
Institution Data Collection ID --- L376WO
NGDC ID ---                        06050009
Funding ---                        (unspecified)
Project, Cruise & Leg ---          LEE376WO
Study region ---                   +49.00000,+43.00000,-127.00000,-124.00000
Chief Scientist(s) ---             Parke Snavely
Name of vessel ---                 Lee (surface ship)
Date field data collection started --- 06/12/76     LV REDWOOD CITY
Date field data collection ended ---   06/20/76     AR SEATTLE
Parameters surveyed ---
   Bathymetry:                     (unspecified)
   Magnetics:                      surveyed, contained in data file
   Gravity:                        (unspecified)
   High-resolution seismics:       (unspecified)
   Deep penetration seismics:      (unspecified)
Format --- 

Date of data input to NGDC ---     03/05/87
Contributing institution ---       USGS Branch of Pacific Marine Geology
Country ---                        United States

Navigation instrumentation ---     (unspecified)
Position determination method ---  (unspecified)

Bathymetry instrumentation ---            (unspecified)
Additional forms of bathymetric data ---  (unspecified)
General rate of bathymetry in file ---    (unspecified)
General collection rate of bathymetry --- (unspecified)
Assumed sound velocity ---                (unspecified)
Bathymetric datum code ---                No correction applied (sea level)
Bathmetry interpolation scheme ---        (unspecified)

Magnetics instrumentation ---            (unspecified)
Additional forms of magnetics data ---   (unspecified)
General rate of magnetics in file ---    1.1 minutes
General collection rate of magnetics --- (unspecified)
Magnetic sensor tow distance ---         (unspecified)
Magnetic sensor depth ---                (unspecified)
Two sensor horizontal separation ---     (unspecified)
Residual magnetics reference field ---   (unspecified)
Method of applying residual field ---    (unspecified)

Gravity instrumentation ---            (unspecified)
Additional forms of gravity data ---   (unspecified)
General rate of gravity in file ---    (unspecified)
General collection rate of gravity --- (unspecified)
Theoretical gravity formula ---        (unspecified)
Reference system ---                   (unspecified)
Corrections applied ---                (unspecified)
Starting land tie ---                  (unspecified)
Ending land tie   ---                  (unspecified)

Seismic instrumentation --- (unspecified)
Formats of seismic data --- (unspecified)
Snavely, P.D., Pearl, J.E., and Lander, D.L., 1977, Interim report on petroleum 
potential and geologic hazards in the outer continental shelf; Oregon and 
Washington Tertiary
province: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-0282, 68 p.

Snavely, P.D., Jr., 1980, Geophysical data collected on Oregon Shelf along Line 5, Cruise Lee 3-76: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 80-816, 2 p.

Snavely, P.D., Jr., 1981, Geophysical data collected across the Oregon continental shelf along line 2, USGS R/V S. P. Lee, cruise 3-76: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-0848, 1 sheet.

Snavely, P.D., Jr., 1981, Geophysical data collected on the continental margin midway between Washington State and Vancouver Island, B.C., along line 19, USGS R/V S. P. Lee, Cruise 3-76: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-0895, 1 sheet.

Snavely, P.D., Jr., and Wagner, H.C., 1982, Geophysical data collected on the southern Washington continental shelf along Line 12, USGS R/V S.P. Lee cruise 3-76: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 82-0424, 1 sheet.

Snavely, P.D., Jr., and McClellan, P.H., 1987, Preliminary geologic interpretation of USGS S.P. Lee seismic-reflection profile WO 76-7 on the continental shelf and upper slope, northwestern Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 87-0612, 12 p., 1 sheet.

McClellan, P.H., and Snavely, P.D., Jr., 1987, Multichannel seismic-reflection collected in 1976 off of the Washington-Oregon coast: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 87-0607, 3 p., 1 sheet.

McCrory, Patricia A., 1994, Quaternary crustal shortening along the central Cascadia subduction margin, Washington: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, no. 7, p. 523.

McCrory, P.A., 1994, Late Quaternary thrust faulting along the Cascadia margin, Washington; implications for partitioning of strain: American Geophysical Union Eos, Transactions, v. 75, no. 44, Supplement, p. 622.

McCrory, Patricia A., 1996, Tectonic model explaining divergent contraction directions along the Cascadia subduction margin, Washington: Boulder, CO, Geology, v. 24, no. 10, p. 929-932.
Got Help? For L-3-76-WO, we would appreciate any information on -- contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, information specialist, information to be derived, kms of navigation, national plan, notes, organization, owner, project, project number, scanned materials, seismic description, station count, station description, submersible, summary, tabulated info.
Type Webpage KMZ Arc         Metadata        
Bathymetry data bath    
Gravity data grav    
Imagery data      
Magnetics data mag    
Metadata data     txt  data  FAQ  xml
Navigation data nav    
Seismic data seis    
Times   050.times    

L-3-76-WO location map of where navigation 

equipment operated
L-3-76-WO location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

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