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Interpolation of Reconnaissance Multibeam Bathymetry from North-Central Long Island Sound
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Figure 1. Map showing locations of NOAA surveys H11043, H11044, and H11045.

Figure 1.   Map showing locations of NOAA surveys H11043, H11044, and H11045 (green polygons). Sidescan sonar imagery from these surveys was interpreted by Poppe and others (2004a), McMullen and others (2005), and Beaulieu and others (2005) respectively. Also shown are the sites of other interpreted multibeam bathymetric surveys (purple polygons) and sidescan sonar surveys (open polygons) in Long Island Sound. Multibeam surveys: H11250 -- (Poppe and others, 2004b); H11255 -- (Poppe and others, 2005). Sidescan surveys: Norwalk -- Twichell and others (1997); Milford -- Twichell and others (1998); New Haven Harbor and New Haven Dumping Grounds -- Poppe and others (2001); Roanoke Point -- Poppe and others (1999a); Falkner Island -- Poppe and others (1999b); Hammonasset -- Poppe and others (1997); Niantic Bay -- Poppe and others (1998a); New London -- Zajac and others (2000, 2003); Fishers Island Sound -- Poppe and others (1998b).

Figure 2. Example of a portion of the 1-m contoured bathymetry from DiGiacomo-Cohen and others (1998).

Figure 2.   Example of a portion of the 1-m contoured bathymetry from DiGiacomo-Cohen and others (1998). Example shows the bathymetry within the boundary of NOAA survey H11043.

Figure 3. Image shows a port-side view of the NOAA Ship RUDE which performed surveys H11043, H11044, and H11045 in Long Island Sound.

Figure 3.   Image shows a port-side view of the NOAA Ship RUDE which performed surveys H11043, H11044, and H11045 in Long Island Sound.

Figure 4. mage shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11043 in north-central Long Island Sound off Branford, Connecticut.

Figure 4.   Image shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11043 in north-central Long Island Sound off Branford, Connecticut.

Figure 5. mage shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11044 in north-central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut.

Figure 5.     Image shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11044 in north-central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut.

Figure 6. Image shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11045 in north-central Long Island Sound off Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Figure 6.   Image shows the original uninterpolated reconnaissance multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11045 in north-central Long Island Sound off Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Figure 7. Image shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from  NOAA  survey H11043 in north-central Long Island Sound off Branford, Connecticut.

Figure 7.   Image shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11043 in north-central Long Island Sound off Branford, Connecticut. Sun illumination (i.e. hill shading) is from the west.

Figure 8. mage shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from NOAA  survey H11044 in north-central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut.

Figure 8.   Image shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11044 in north-central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut. Sun illumination (i.e. hill shading) is from the west.

Figure 9. Image shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11045 in north-central Long Island Sound off Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Figure 9.   Image shows the interpolated and regridded multibeam bathymetry from NOAA survey H11045 in north-central Long Island Sound off Bridgeport, Connecticut. Sun illumination (i.e. hill shading) is from the west.

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