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Summary for Field Activity Number 1989-002-FA

Alternate Leg ID: F2-89-NC

Area of Operations: Gulf of the Farallones, California, United States, North America, North Pacific

Dates: January 12, 1989 to January 28, 1989

Objectives: The objectives of cruises 89001 and 89002 were to obtain a baseline data set of high-resolution sidescan sonar imagery, single-channel geophysical profiles (high- resolution) of the shallow sub-bottom, intermediate-penetration 40 cubic inch airgun profiles, and surface sediment samples. The baseline data set was designed to allow us to characterize and understand this shallow segment of the continental margin off San Francisco, and to serve as a preliminary database for subsequent, more detailed and site specific studies.

Type of Activity:

Information to be derived:

Summary: Tracklines: 182 (1768 km); Boomer data: 1903 km; 3.5 kHz bathymetry: 1908 km; Gravity: 2641 km; Huntec sidescan: 1905 km; sidescan sonar: 326 km; 2 channel airgun: 59 km; Soutar grab samples: 263.

USGS Project Number: EEZ

Contact: Bill Schwab (bschwab@usgs.gov)

InfoBank: uses the identifier F-2-89-NC. Visit this site for more information.

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Map for Area of Operations :

Map of field activity boundary.

Platform Info:
photo of FARNELLA
FARNELLA

The following materials for this field activity are available in the Information Archives:

class="label">Seismic data on VHS cassette tape:

Inventory #Box #FormatStart TimeEnd TimeLinesRemarks
0044VHS12:13 01/13/198914:13 01/13/1989
0045VHS14:15 01/13/198916:28 01/13/1989
0046VHS16:28 01/13/198918:33 01/13/1989
0047VHS18:37 01/13/198920:42 01/13/1989
0048VHS20:46 01/13/198922:54 01/13/1989
0049VHS22:58 01/13/198901:00 01/14/1989
0050VHS01:34 01/14/198903:55 01/14/1989
0051VHS07:45 01/15/198909:45 01/15/1989
0052VHS10:20 01/15/198912:23 01/15/1989
0053VHS12:29 01/15/198914:33 01/15/1989
0054VHS14:38 01/15/198916:40 01/15/1989
0055VHS16:48 01/15/198918:55 01/15/1989
0056VHS18:57 01/15/198921:01 01/15/1989
0057VHS21:06 01/15/198900:35 01/16/1989
0058VHS00:40 01/16/198902:45 01/16/1989
0059VHS02:51 01/16/1989: 01/16/1989
0060VHS07:26 01/16/198909:31 01/16/1989
0061VHS09:31 01/16/198911:36 01/16/1989
0062VHS11:37 01/16/198913:42 01/16/1989
0063VHS13:46 01/16/198915:51 01/16/1989
0064VHS15:55 01/16/198918:00 01/16/1989
0065VHS18:04 01/16/198920:08 01/16/1989
0066VHS20:12 01/16/198922:17 01/16/1989
0067VHS22:22 01/16/198900:26 01/17/1989
0068VHS00:30 01/17/198902:35 01/17/1989
0069VHS02:39 01/17/198904:51 01/17/1989
0070VHS04:52 01/17/198907:05 01/17/1989
0071VHS07:29 01/17/198909:46 01/17/1989
0072VHS09:49 01/17/198911:15 01/17/1989
0073VHS11:19 01/17/198913:30 01/17/1989
0074VHS13:31 01/17/198915:51 01/17/1989
0075VHS15:51 01/17/198917:58 01/17/1989
0076VHS18:00 01/17/198920:05 01/17/1989
0077VHS20:10 01/17/198922:34 01/17/1989
0078VHS22:38 01/17/198900:42 01/18/1989
0079VHS01:08 01/18/198903:12 01/18/1989
0080VHS03:22 01/18/198905:29 01/18/1989
0081VHS05:29 01/18/198907:45 01/18/1989
0082VHS07:45 01/18/198909:51 01/18/1989
0083VHS09:51 01/18/198911:57 01/18/1989
0084VHS12:01 01/18/198914:07 01/18/1989
0085VHS14:10 01/18/198916:14 01/18/1989
0086VHS16:19 01/18/198918:23 01/18/1989
0087VHS18:28 01/18/198920:32 01/18/1989
0088VHS20:35 01/18/198922:39 01/18/1989
0089VHS22:49 01/18/198900:53 01/19/1989
0090VHS00:57 01/19/198903:01 01/19/1989
0091VHS03:07 01/19/198905:56 01/19/1989
0092VHS05:56 01/19/198908:46 01/19/1989
0093VHS08:46 01/19/198911:01 01/19/1989
0094VHS11:01 01/19/198913:06 01/19/1989
0095VHS13:10 01/19/198915:16 01/19/1989
0096VHS15:20 01/19/198917:24 01/19/1989
0097VHS17:29 01/19/198919:34 01/19/1989
0098VHS19:39 01/19/198921:43 01/19/1989
0099VHS21:47 01/19/198923:52 01/19/1989
0100VHS23:56 01/19/198902:00 01/20/1989
0102VHS04:42 01/20/198907:08 01/20/1989
0103VHS07:08 01/20/198909:18 01/20/1989
0104VHS09:18 01/20/198911:23 01/20/1989
0105VHS12:04 01/20/198914:22 01/20/1989
0106VHS14:23 01/20/198916:41 01/20/1989
0107VHS16:41 01/20/198918:46 01/20/1989
0108VHS18:50 01/20/198920:54 01/20/1989
0109VHS20:58 01/20/198923:03 01/20/1989
0110VHS23:07 01/20/198901:12 01/21/1989
0111VHS01:16 01/21/198903:20 01/21/1989
0112VHS03:33 01/21/198907:00 01/21/1989
0113VHS07:00 01/21/198909:24 01/21/1989
0114VHS09:24 01/21/198911:31 01/21/1989
0115VHS11:33 01/21/198913:36 01/21/1989
0115VHS11:33 01/21/198913:36 01/21/1989
0116VHS13:36 01/21/198915:41 01/21/1989
0117VHS15:46 01/21/198917:50 01/21/1989
0118VHS17:54 01/21/198919:59 01/21/1989
0119VHS20:03 01/21/198922:08 01/21/19898A-MISSING
0120VHS22:12 01/21/198900:20 01/22/1989
0121VHS00:24 01/22/198902:29 01/22/1989
0122VHS02:33 01/22/198904:39 01/22/1989
0123VHS04:39 01/22/198906:41 01/22/1989
0124VHS06:41 01/22/198908:52 01/22/1989
0125VHS08:54 01/22/198910:58 01/22/1989
0126VHS10:58 01/22/198913:02 01/22/1989
0127VHS13:09 01/22/198914:47 01/22/1989
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