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Geologic Interpretation and Multibeam Bathymetry of the Sea Floor in Southeastern Long Island Sound

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Figure 13. Map from Knebel and Poppe (2000) showing the distribution of sedimentary environments in east-central Long Island Sound.

Figure 13. Map from Knebel and Poppe (2000) showing the distribution of sedimentary environments in east-central Long Island Sound. Map also shows the locations of NOAA surveys H11043 and H11255, the USGS CLIS Dumping Ground survey, and the areas within those surveys where sedimentary furrows have been observed to occur (hatched areas). Note that sedimentary furrows only occur within areas with environments characterized by long-term deposition.

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