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Summary for Field Activity Number 2001-056-FA

Alternate Leg ID: IB G-1-01-GM

Area of Operations: Yellowtail Reef, Pinnacles, Madison-Swanson Reserve, Steamboat Lumps Reserve, Florida, northeast Gulf of Mexico, United States, North America, North Atlantic

Dates: June 12, 2001 to June 25, 2001

Objectives: Sustainable Seas Expedition - multidisciplinary cruise with FSU, NOAA and National Geographic. USGS objective is sediment sampling to ground truth previously collected sidescan data and make observations of benthic habitats using Deep Worker one-person submarines with video cameras.

Type of Activity: Sampling
Photography

Information to be derived: Habitat maps

Summary: Sediment samples; Videos: (with National Geographic)

USGS Project Number: 7241-32270

Contact: Kathy Scanlon (kscanlon@usgs.gov)

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