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High-Resolution Geologic Mapping of the Inner Continental Shelf: Nahant to Gloucester, Massachusetts

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Title Page

Table of Contents
List of Figures
Introduction
Maps
Data Collection
and Processing
Geologic Interpretation
References
Acknowledgments

Appendices

Geographic Information
System
Sediment Texture
Bottom Photographs
Seismic Profiles

Appendix 2 - Sediment Texture

Sediment texture analyses for all samples obtained in this study are presented in a summary table below and in a downloadable Excel spreadsheet (table A2.1 Excel format). The location of these samples and the texture data are also available in the Geographic Information System (see Appendix 1) where they can be viewed with other geologic data. See Map Sheet 5 (PDF format) for sediment texture superimposed on backscatter intensity. Photographs of the sea floor obtained at these stations are available in Appendix 3.

See Poppe and others (2000) for a description of the procedures for sediment texture analysis. Hastings and others (2000) provide a data dictionary describing the column headings in the Excel spreadsheet.

Table A2.1. Textural properties of bottom samples from the inner continental shelf between Nahant to Gloucester, Massachusetts. Click here to download (table A2.1, Excel format).

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