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OFR 2005-1048 Home / Introduction / Geologic Setting / GIS Data Catalog / Bottom Photographs

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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2005-1048

Geological Interpretation of Bathymetric and Backscatter Imagery of the Sea Floor Off Eastern Cape Cod, Massachusetts


R/V RAFAEL 04011 Bottom Photos

STATION: CC183

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Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.
PICT0860
Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.
PICT0861
Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.
PICT0862
Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.
PICT0863
Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.
PICT0864

Mud, gray cohesive, dense, blocky, burrowed, (possible an outcrop of glaciolacustrine sediment), muddy lithology sticks up through sand, gravelly, rippled, gravel and shell debris concentrated in troughs moon snails, lobster, sea robin, skate, crabs, starfish.

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