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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 02-002

Geological Framework Data from Long Island Sound, 1981-1990:

A Digital Data Release  



Skip Table of Contents group; go to photograph captionOFR02-002 Home: return to OFR02-002 homepageINTRODUCTION: go to introductionSEISMIC DATA: Go to seismic data discussionCORE DATA: Go to core data discussionPHOTO GALLERY: view photos of cruise activities and equipment
 Geophysical Operations
  Coring Operations
  DATA CATALOG: Go to data catalog and browse available dataREFERENCES: view suggested referencesRELATED WEBSITES: go to a list of Long Island Sound related websitesACKNOWLEDGMENTS: view acknowledgmentsCONTACTS: view contact informationDISCLAIMER: view disclaimer informationREADME: view readme information

Vibracorer in horizontal position prior to deployment. Once deployed the vibrating head rides down the aluminum I beam, and the core is taken through the hole in the base plate to the left. Pictures below show the core cutter protruding through the base plate. 


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