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Summary for Field Activity Number 1983-009-FA

Alternate Leg ID: 83-G-13

Area of Operations: western Florida shelf, Florida, Gulf of Mexico, United States, North America, North Atlantic

Dates: October 11, 1983 to October 15, 1983

Objectives: Make geophysical measurements (CDP seismic, 3.5 kHz, gravity, and magnetics) to be used in regional structural and stratigraphic framework studies. Loss of the ship's main engine caused a cessation of this cruise following completion of signature tests, but before any work could be done.

Type of Activity: Seismic profiling

Information to be derived: Morphology

Summary: Loss of the ship's main engine caused a cessation of this cruise following completion of signature tests, but before any work could be done. No data collected; only signature test completed.

USGS Project Number: 9840-01798

Contact: Deborah Hutchinson (dhutchinson@usgs.gov)

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Map of field activity boundary.

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