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


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Figure 30. Segment of chirp high-resolution seismic-reflection profile and interpretation from cruise RAFA07034 line 10 across the shoal in the channel west of Great Ledge. Note that till forms acoustic basement and that the shoal is largely composed of Holocene sediment. Location of profile is shown in figure 11.

Figure 30. Segment of chirp high-resolution seismic-reflection profile and interpretation from cruise RAFA07034 line 10 across the shoal in the channel west of Great Ledge. Note that till forms acoustic basement and that the shoal is largely composed of Holocene sediment. Location of profile is shown in figure 11.

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