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ID M-1-98-MB
Also Known As M-1-98-NC
Abstract Chief Scientists: Brian Edwards, Steve Eittreim, Roberto Anima. Geological data (digitalcamera, dartcore, VanVeengrab, underwatertelevision, YoNav, underwatercamera, GPS, integratednavigation, clamshellgrab) of field activity M-1-98-MB in Monterey, CA to the Golden Gate from 04/06/1998 to 04/10/1998
Project/Theme Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
National Plan Marine Reserves and Biologic Habitats
Chief Scientist Brian Edwards
Steve Eittreim
Roberto Anima
Activity Type Geological
Platform McArthur
Area of Operation Monterey, CA to the Golden Gate, Monterey Bay, CA
Bounding Coordinates
-122.68421    -121.90545
Ports leave Redwood City, CA
arrive Redwood City, CA
Dates 04/06/1998 (JD 096) to 04/10/1998 (JD 100)
Analog Materials list
Information Specialist
Jamie Stocking
Brian Edwards Chief Scientist
Steve Eittreim Chief Scientist
Roberto Anima Chief Scientist
Stephanie Ross Lead Navigator
Brian Lebreck Navigator
Jamie Stocking Navigator
Mike Boyle Electronics Technician
Hank Chezar Photographer
Jingping Xu Oceanographer
Brad Carkin Watchstander
Luke Nachbar Observer, MBNMS
William Sites Ship Captain, NOAA
Duane Timmons Executive Officer, NOAA
Dana Wilkes Operations Officer, NOAA
Equipment Used
Camera surveys and bottom sampling of areas between Golden Gate and Monterey.  
Characterize bedrock formations and features and roughness of biohatitats.
Information to be Derived
Characterize benthic biohabitats (e.g., bed roughness) and establish bedrock 
Conducted 13 camera surveys and collected 42 samples (grab samples and dart 
cores) at 44 stations.
600 lb 'XXD' sample bags ids for dart cores. Clam-shell 'XXC' sample log ids for 
van veen grab samples.
Eittreim, Stephen L., and Noble, Marlene, editors, 2002, Seafloor geology and
natural environment of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: Marine 
Geology, v
. 181

Journals > m > Marine Geology > Volumes 181 - 190 > Volume 181, Issues 1-3

Wong, F.L., and Eittreim, S.L., 2001, Continental Shelf GIS for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 01-179, 1 CDROM, open-file/of01-179/
Got Help? For M-1-98-MB, we would appreciate any information on -- contract, days at sea, dive count, funding, kms of navigation, NGDC Info, organization, 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   060.times    

M-1-98-MB location map of where navigation 

equipment operated
M-1-98-MB location map of where navigation 

equipment operated

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