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Sea-Floor Character and Sedimentary Processes in the Vicinity of Woods Hole, Massachusetts


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Figure 18. Interpretation of the digital terrain model and sidescan-sonar mosaic from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration survey H11077 of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Shown are the areas characterized by boulders, sand waves, pockmarks, and marsh deposits. Also shown are the locations of shipwrecks. White areas within the study area are primarily reworked Holocene sediment.

Figure 18. Interpretation of the digital terrain model and sidescan-sonar mosaic from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration survey H11077 of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Shown are the areas characterized by boulders, sand waves, pockmarks, and marsh deposits. Also shown are the locations of shipwrecks. White areas within the study area are primarily reworked Holocene sediment.

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