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Summary Information for Field Activity 1999-001-FA

Area of Operations: Lake Titicaca, Peru, Bolivia, South America

Dates: January 10, 1999 to February 01, 1999

Chief scientist: Steve Colman
Rob Thieler

   Geoff Seltzer - Syracuse Univ; Paul Baker - Duke Univ.

Objectives: Geophysical surveys in preparation for scientific drilling.

Type of Activity:

Information to be derived:

Summary: Long turnarounds for equipment.

Contact: Rob Thieler (rthieler@usgs.gov)

InfoBank: uses the identifier N-1-99-SM. Visit this site for more information.

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Platform Info:
photo of NEECHO
NEECHO

Publications resulting from these data

Thieler, E. R., Parolski, K. F., and Brooks, R. W.,1999, Archive of ISIS sidescan-sonar data and GPS navigation field data collected on USGS Cruise NECH-99001, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia/Peru, 7 January-2 February, 1999: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-377, 6 CD-ROMs

Data Types and Locations:

BathymetryNavigationLogsPhotos

Deck photos of field activity operations

SeismicsSonar

 

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